NOVAK DJOKOVIC stopped a live TV interview to console his opponent Grigor Dimitrov after winning the Paris Masters.
The world number one beat the Bulgarian 6-4 6-3 in the final.
And after the match Dimitrov could not hide his disappointment as he broke down in tears before burying his head in a towel.
He looked devastated as Djokovic shared his thoughts on the match and his win with the interviewer.
But in a shock move the 24-time Grand Slam champion paused the interview and walked over to Dimitrov to offer his condolences.
He consoled the world number 17 before returning to respond to a question, and the crowd responded by applauding the Serbian.
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One fan reacted by hailing Djokovic's "pure greatness" with another describing him as a "special guy".
Dimitrov appeared to appreciate the gesture after losing to Djokovic for the 12th time in his career.
Djokovic, 36, now has seven Paris Masters titles under his belt having won three of the last five tournaments.
He has now won an incredible 40 ATP Masters tournaments, four more than the next best Rafael Nadal.
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The serial winner has been busy since arriving in Paris, taking in the Rugby World Cup final alongside Rita Ora last week.
He also presented the Ballon d'Or Feminin for the best female footballer of the year – Spain's Aitana Bonmati.
The Paris Masters is the ninth and final Masters event of the season so Djokovic now has time to rest before the Australian Open in January.
He shows no sign of slowing down and will be aiming to add to his record Grand Slam tally by claiming his 11th Aussie Open title.
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