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Iguana at Miami Open

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A visiting Iguana during a break in the action at the Miami Open on March 22, 2017, at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, FL (Photo by Aaron Gilbert/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

An iguana, later named Iggy, wanted to join the fun at the Miami Open Wednesday, but instead brought a match to a halt. 

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Iggy perched itself on the scoreboard during a match between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesley, according to Sports Illustrated

Maybe the iguana just wanted a better view of the game? 

Or maybe Iggy wanted a selfie with Haas? 

Special selfie @miamiopen , thanks for coming out to watch some Tennis 🎾🦎

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Either way, Iggy wasn’t happy when officials tried to remove it from the court. 

The Iguana thought his new selfie friend, Haas, would let it stay and watch. But, instead, Haas quickly jumped out of the way. 

Eventually officials got the iguana off the court, but Iggy might have won this match. 

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