Virat Kohli made a quick transition from cricket to tennis to meet with Roger Federer and watch Novak Djokovic in action at the Australian Open.
Kohli was at Melbourne Park on Saturday, a day after leading India to another series victory against Australia at the nearby Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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Kohli's No. 1-ranked lineup beat Australia 2-1 in the four-match test series and followed it up with a comeback 2-1 victory in the limited-overs series.
He posed for photographs with Roger Federer and watched in the VIP section on Rod Laver Arena when top-ranked Djokovic beat Canada's Denis Shapovalov in the third round.
"What a day at the Australian open. An amazing way to finish the Australian summer. Forever grateful #ausopen," Kohii tweeted.
The official twitter handle of the Australian Open also tweeted a picture of the trio, who were all smiles captioning it as "three legends, one photo."
Federer, who is the defending champion at the Australian Open, has already sealed a place in the last 16 of the competition with a win against American Taylor Fritz on Friday.