9 Most Exciting Tiebreaks in Tennis History
EDITOR'S NOTE: Hi, your slideshow is missing slides. Headers have been included with no content, which is the case for every slide #6 onwards. Please ensure you submit completed content. A tiebreak can be an intense affair for a tennis player, with quick service rotations and mini breaks deciding the fate of the set, which has reached a deadlock at 6-6. Recently, Roger Federer snatched the second set from Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon finals with a great comeback in the tie-break winning it 12-10. Let us have a look at some of the best and most exciting tiebreaks that have been played in the tennis history.
#9 Jo Wilfried Tsonga vs Andy Roddick, Australian Open 2007
It was Australian open a year before Jo wilfried Tsonga burst onto the Tennis scene. He faced Andy Roddick in the first round of the Australian Open 2007, where he dragged the American big server into a first set tie break. Tsonga remained aggressive on his serve while roddick remained solid from the baseline. Tsonga finally won the tiebreak 20-18 but lost the match.