For people that do not know the definition of a “tweener shot” in the sport of tennis, according to Tennis Warehouse, it simply is a trick shot where a player would hit the ball between his or her legs from rear to front while retrieving an offensive lob from the opponent. If done correctly, it is a magnificent shot to look at from a fan perspective.
Quite often, we have seen Roger Federer perform tweener shots against his opponents. The stylistic shot has gotten so popular in the sport of tennis that players all around the world have exceedingly tried to master the move.
Recently, one of these players in Andy Murray was able to accomplish the tweener shot during the 2011 Queen’s Club Championship against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Surprisingly, Murray was able to entertain the crowd by performing two tweeners in the match.
It was highly competitive in the early stages, but Andy Murray was able to pull out the victory in the end. The Scotsman had lost the first set, but finished very strong winning the second and third set, ultimately granting Murray the victory 3-6, 7-6, and 6-4.
Wimbledon starts in June 20, 2011. Once again, the most prestigious tournament in the world is near.
Let us wait and see if Andy Murray has any more tricks up his sleeve come the tournament.
Watch Andy Murray Execute His Amazing Tweener Shots
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