When all else fails, spin around and drop a backhand for a game-winner.
USA Today reports on the latest from Sony Open play Tuesday night and a shot that you might be interested to see.
You know, if things that are absolutely spectacular interest you.
The play comes in the second set of a match between Kirsten Flipkens and Agnieszka Radwanska, and it's one that ends with mouths fully agape from shock.
As noted, Flipkens hits the ball down the line and assumes it's a game-winner—as does pretty much anyone watching.
Fortunately, for entertainment purposes, the ball hits the net and goes into the air slightly away from where Radwanska's momentum is taking her.
That's when we get the rarely seen deadly pirouette—at least that is what I choose to call this maneuver.
The crowd roars and Flipkens is left to stand there with her racket on the ground and her hands on her hips. A brief assumed jaunt into her thoughts might deliver something like, Seriously, you have got to be [expletive] kidding me. [Expletive]. [Expletive].
Then again, that is only a guess.
Radwanska would go on to win in three sets and will now face Serena Williams. Armed with such a move, I have to like her chances.
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