Kids do the funniest things, and we saw proof of that at the Australian Open.
In a match between Kei Nishikori from Japan and Kamil Majchrzak from Poland, it was the young man tossing the coin who just may have given the best performance. Seeming to even take the players by surprise, the kid gave a kick and a twirl before tossing the coin into the air.
We aren't sure So You Think You Can Dance? will be calling anytime soon, but he sure captured the attention of folks on social media.
...did not expect that 😂 #AusOpen https://t.co/lse1gXZEDe— #AusOpen (@#AusOpen) 1547511970.0
@AustralianOpen @WLudbey Kid: Should I do a twirl? Friends: Definitely don't do the twirl. Kid: https://t.co/mgOA3Z4GLS— Scott Glencross (@Scott Glencross) 1547515432.0
@AustralianOpen That’s one way to start a match... 😂🕺🏼— US Open Tennis (@US Open Tennis) 1547512353.0
@usopen @AustralianOpen That kid knows it’s his 15 seconds to shine & make an impression.— Jerry Da Ponte (@Jerry Da Ponte) 1547512629.0
@AustralianOpen https://t.co/vCySdTNMJ0— Shannon Claussen (@Shannon Claussen) 1547512392.0
@AustralianOpen That kid is going places— Adriana Rodríguez Felice (@Adriana Rodríguez Felice) 1547545992.0
@AustralianOpen There are 2 ways to flip the coin: this one and the others.— Jeremov Company ® (@Jeremov Company ®) 1547526707.0
Not everyone was so enthusiastic.
@AustralianOpen If I had anything to do with running the tournament, this kid wouldn't be making it onto social med… https://t.co/SHBDpcuSan— Peetah Pan 🐝 (@Peetah Pan 🐝) 1547514073.0
@i_am_peterpan_ @AustralianOpen Bet you're fun at parties.— Mr The Sheep 🏴🇪🇺 (@Mr The Sheep 🏴🇪🇺) 1547514671.0
@AustralianOpen Duck that was cringe— hag (@hag) 1547539676.0
Turns out his name is Skyler...
... and he has other talents...
...along with a philanthropic side.
Someone call the NFL, we think we found your next coin tosser for the Super Bowl!