Even the best tennis players have weaknesses.
The key is to exploit those weaknesses.
Every underdog that enters a match against a top-5 player has studied footage and statistics to determine the best strategy for knocking off a star.
However, to topple a top-tier player, wishing and hoping is not an ideal strategy.
Murray moved Djokovic around. He ran him into exhaustion. He then used his serve to apply pressure. Aided by a rowdy British crowd, Murray kept the pressure on Djokovic.
That's tennis at its best: going in with a plan and executing it.
Here, we break down the ideal strategy to use against top players on the ATP and WTA tours.