Okay people, now leave goats, ducks and the rest of the zoo and read this. (Only I think the original poster once typed Spanish instead of Guatemalan, but it's funny anyway.)
After a week off to perfect his tennis-playing skills, Robert Dee (GBR) has turned up in qualifying here. If he loses tomorrow, he will equal Diego Beltranena's legendary 54-match losing streak (it's definitely 54 - we've counted!) and, so far, Dee has done it in style by always losing in straight sets whereas the Guatemalan once won a set.
However, the Spanish have made getting that 54th loss nice and challenging - he's been drawn against unranked 17-year-old Carlos Guerrero-Pancorbo (ESP), who has only played in seven events before and has been fed 5 bagels in 8 matches, winning a match only when one opponent retired in the 3rd set.
Robert got the closest he has ever got to winning a set in his last match, when he went down 7-4 in a tiebreak. With an opponent this weak, is there a chance of him losing his unblemished losing record?