Andy Murray took center stage under the roof of Wimbledon's top show court Friday for his third-round match with Croatian Ivan Ljubicic.
Leading two sets to one and up 4-2 in the fourth set, the British No. 1 showed some flair to save a game point with Ljubicic serving at 40-15.
After making Murray stretch for a backhand in the ad court, Ljubicic slices a nothing ball—a pretty average drop shot that clips the top of the net and drops into the middle of the service box.
Murray, already positioned at the center of the baseline, takes a few giant strides forward, adjusts his footing and plays a clean through-the-legs winner on the half-volley. As the crowd rises to its collective feet in appreciation, Murray responds with his customary fist pump.
Murray went on to win the match, taking the fourth-set tiebreak to book his place in the second week against Richard Gasquet.