5 Astonishing Tennis Shots in the past decade
#4. Novak Djokovic, US Open 2014
Novak Djokovic has always been known as a master in covering the court. He gets his legs into kind of a half-split and slides across the turf to reach balls. This coupled with his great stamina makes sure that the shot doesn't lose its sting or accuracy. That is exactly what helped him hit a ripper of a shot against Diego Schwartzman in the 2014 US Open.
2014 seems to be a year that tennis gods decided to frolic with his players. First, it was Raonic's brilliance and then Djokovic.
Nick Kyrgios's middle of the legs shot which is not included in our list, also came in that year. Coming to the title shot, Schwartzman put Novak under pressure and finally pulled off a crosscourt with an amazing angle on the ball.
The Serbian rushed after it and let a forehand rip from outside the court. He found the gap between the umpire's chair and the net perfectly, thus proving the point on his reach and stamina.