British squash player James Willstrop bamboozled Ramy Ashour with a double fake shot at the recent North American Open in Virginia.
Ashour is known to be the more creative of the two players, but he was left in no-man's land when Willstrop twice faked hitting the ball before flicking it away for a winner.
The commentary is almost as enjoyable as the shot though as the SquashTV announcer took great delight in the "double whammy" move that he had never before seen.
Willstrop produced the winner while defending match point in the third set and it sparked a comeback run that saw him claim that set.
However, Ashour won the next to complete a 3-1 victory but such was the standard of the game that both players got a standing ovation at the end of the contest.
Squash is competing against martial arts karate and wushu, rollersports, wakeboarding, squash, sports climbing, wrestling and a joint bid by baseball and softball for the one open spot for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Last month they received a boost when tennis legend Roger Federer came out in support of squash's bid.
"I really like the sport and I even used to play it in my younger days but that was with a wooden racket," Federer said.
"There are some great characters active in the sport and I believe that they deserve to be present at the Olympics."