While tennis as a sport has been rocked by allegations of players involved in rampant match fixing, there are some players who are lifting the spirits by showing kindness towards those who silently play their part for major tournaments.

During the third set of his second round Australia Open match against Omar Jasika, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga noticed a ballgirl crying, after she was hit by a ball. Being a gentleman, the French player stopped the game and tried to comfort the girl.

As she was later escorted off the court, the audience showed its appreciation with loud applause, as the tennis star later said that it's just "normal" to help someone in distress.