There were no hip issues for Andy Murray this week, as he traded his traditional racket for a DualShock 4 controller and conquered the clay. The legendary Scot overcame fellow pro David Goffin to win the virtual Madrid Open in flawed PlayStation 4 title Tennis World Tour, stealing the victory in a tense tie-break.

Murray had made the final courtesy of a walkover after Diego Schwartzmann suffered a “connection issue”, eliminating him from the contest entirely. He trailed the final tie-break at one point 5-4 but took three points in a row to earn a cool $45,000. The two-time Wimbledon winner has since said that he’ll be donating half of the money to the NHS, and the other half to the tennis player relief fund.