Sure, Roger Federer won his 20th Masters 1000 title with his 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 victory over Tomas Berdych at the Madrid Open. And, yes, it was his 45th win in his last 48 matches, gave him seven titles in his last 10 events, made him the first player to ever win at least 10 championships on each major surface and earned him that bizarre Ion Tiriac trophy.
This doesn't even mention that he moved past Rafael Nadal to regain the No. 2 spot in the ATP rankings, made a huge dent in Novak Djokovic's lead for the No. 1 ranking and came out on top in a week that was defined by childish whining and threats from the former top two.
But all of that pales in comparison to receiving a framed "Men in Black" suit from Will Smith.
Smith is in Europe doing press for his new film, "Men in Black 3," and watched Sunday's final with his wife, Jada. After the match, Smith spoke to the crowd in surprisingly-good Spanish, then brought out a framed costume from the movie as a gift to Federer.
Serena Williams dominated the women's final earlier Sunday, defeating world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka, 6-1, 6-3. The American hasn't lost on clay all year, but that will bring little consolation since Will Smith didn't bring her anything from "Bad Boys 2."