If you're a tennis nut, you'll have been loving the inaugural ATP Cup over the past week.
And the even better news for Canberra is the new event is set to directly benefit the territory.
The format of the ATP Cup means plenty of high-ranked men's players can't qualify - and they'll increasingly turn to Canberra in the build-up to the Australian Open.
German talent Philipp Kohlschreiber, a former world No.16, won the men's singles yesterday in Bendigo, after the tournament was relocated to Victoria due to the smoke haze lingering across the ACT.
The women's singles final went to Poland's Magdalena Frech (pictured above) after her opponent Maria Tig withdrew before the match with injury.
Which big-name stars will we get in the capital next year?
Well, let's just hope the smoke is finally cleared by then.