Verdasco followed up his straight-sets win over Kenny De Schepper today with a celebratory jig that mimicked the moves of his compatriot El Fary - a famous Spanish actor and singer who died six years ago.
Verdasco's coach Richie Sanchez has been playing some of the crooner's tracks including 'El Dinero' (The Money) and 'El Torito guapo' (The Cute Bull) during Wimbledon.
Verdasco treated the Court Three crowd to a rendition of El Fary's signature dance - a kind of moonwalk that also involves some wiggling of the backside - following his 6-4 6-4 6-4 win over De Schepper.
And he has not ruled out doing the same again if he overcomes Murray on Wednesday.
"My coach is a big fan of El Fary. He was listening to his music all day yesterday so I told him if I win, I will do the dance for him," Verdasco said.
"If I win maybe I will do it again, let's see."
Verdasco has won one of his nine matches against Murray and he is expecting a tough clash against the Scot, who has yet to drop a set at Wimbledon.
"It's going to be tough," Verdasco said.
"It's going to be a special match because is going to be against Murray here in Wimbledon in the quarter-finals."