The hounds of tennis competitions are often called upon to perform the most remote tasks. They get toys for players, dry the courts and, of course, deliver balls to serve.
But from time to time they make pronounced stripes.
In the past it is included to hit balls that are moving at a fast pace, fainting on the ground, or even having a hit with tennis stars.
And sometimes they remove insects from the court – because this was to be done for German veteran Sabine Lisicki in the Thailand Open match against Spanish Garbin Muguruza.
As it turns out, however, this child had different plans for what Foxes meant.
The player goes, seemingly to help Lisicki to remove the affected insect from the playing surface before striking a WWE Royal Rumble winner, Seth Rollins, could be proud.
And in that process they were afraid of the shocked appearance of Lysitzki who turned away, horrified, before laughing.
Lisichki, a former Wimbledon finalist who is on the way back, will lose the match 6-3 6-4. However, it's better than how the insect takes place given that it has lost its life.
The next music Muguruza follows another German, Mona Bartel.
DAVIS CUP GIVES CULTURAL BLEEPRINT
Davis Cup is a vehicle that runs an Australian tennis culture on the road to success, says Leighton Hewitt.
Hewitt will be the captain who does not play when Australia will host Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Adelaide championship on Friday.
And he believes Australia's tie is a chance to set up a cultural plan.
"The Davis Cup is a vehicle that can really boost the culture we want to make and to set standards not only for ourselves, but also for what our team expects," Hewitt said.
"And it's not just weeks from the Davis Cup. We expect these boys to come out and represent Australia every week of the week extremely well and encourage each other to get better.
"To go there and I want to compete and I want to set it on line Sunday after week, it's not an easy thing to do."
Hewitt will captain an Australian team minus the controversial duo Nick Krgios and Bernard Tomic.
And he said the Alex de Minar team, John Millman, Jordan Thompson, John Perers and Alexei Popirin had the chance to push each other to higher heights, not just the Davis Cup, but also an individual tour.
"Tennis is a very individual sport and Australia is one of the toughest countries that come from professional tennis because you are not happy to return home (during the season), you are out on the road for many weeks," Hewitt said.
"So, for these guys to gel together and help each other to become better, I think it's something that (Tony Roche) Rocky and I really want to see ahead.
"It was a breakthrough summer for the diary of these guys and it's because they are pushing each other, they want each other to get better day-in, the day out."