Dustin Brown is a name he won’t forget. Playing for the first time on Centre Court, the relative unknown Jamaican-German defeated Rafael Nadal in four sets on Thursday. Despite the upset it was actually the two-time champion’s fourth consecutive loss at Wimbledon to a player falling outside the world’s top 100 rankings. In fact, he’s only ever lost 11 times to players ranked below 100 and it’s his first time losing to a qualifier at a Grand Slam. Previously best known for his four-foot-long dreadlocks, Brown heads into the next round with a world of attention at his back.