This time American Coco Gauff isn't the only teenager turning heads at Wimbledon.
Briton Emma Raducanu is suddenly stealing some of the spotlight.
The 18-year-old Raducanu and Gauff, 17, both advanced to the fourth round within minutes of each other on Saturday.
For No.20 seed Gauff, it's the second time she's reached the second week at Wimbledon after becoming a Centre Court regular.
She matched her dream Wimbledon debut of 2019 when she defeated Venus Williams on the way to the fourth round at just 15 after claiming a 6-3 6-3 win over Kaja Juvan on Saturday.
For Raducanu, it's an unexpected run in her first grand slam that has made her an instant new favourite for the British crowds.
Raducanu became the youngest British woman in the Open era to reach the fourth round at the All England Club by beating Romanian veteran Sorana Cirstea 6-3 7-5.
She will next play Australia's Ajla Tomljanovic.
Raducanu was given a wildcard entry but looked right at home playing on No.1 Court, winning eight straight games to take a 3-0 lead in the second set but struggled to put away Cirstea.
"This is by far the biggest court I have played on, so I think I coped quite well," Raducanu said.
Two months ago Raducanu was sitting school exams and until four weeks ago she had not even contested a match on the main WTA Tour. In a whirlwind few days, Raducanu has dumped out Vitalia Diatchenko, 2019 French Open runner-up Marketa Vondrousova and 45th-ranked Romanian Cirstea.
Not bad for a world No.338.
"Who'd have thought? When I was packing to come into the bubble my parents were like: 'Aren't you packing too many pairs of match kit?'," Raducanu said.
"I think I will have to do some laundry in the hotel tonight."
Meanwhile, Gauff stormed through the opening games with a barrage of power serves on Centre Court but was asked some awkward questions by world No.102 Juvan of Slovenia.
But world No.23 Gauff had all the answers as she reached the second week and a last-16 clash with former Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber.
"It's a good feeling to be on this court and I'm super honoured that the tournament allows me to play on it - it's not often a 17-year-old gets to play here!" said Gauff.
No.25 seed Kerber was earlier kept honest by unseeded Aliaksandra Sasnovich of Belarus on Saturday trailing 5-1 in the first set but the German prevailed 2-6 6-0 6-1 after a 90 minute rain delay.
The German is the only former women's champion left in the draw.
Meanwhile, Czech Barbora Krejcikova continued her extraordinary transformation from doubles specialist to world-class singles player as she reached the last 16.
The No.14 seed - who came from nowhere to win the French Open last month - outlasted Latvian Anastasija Sevastova 7-6 (7-1) 3-6 7-5.
No.19 seed Karolina Muchova of Czech Republic defeated Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova - the 16th seed - 7-5 6-3.