Surprise, surprise. Agnieszka Radwanska hit yet another hot shot.
During a 6-2, 6-4 win over Ana Ivanovic in the fourth round of the French Open on Sunday, the world No. 4 raced back to execute a perfect “tweener” and won the point when her opponent hit the reply wide. The best thing about this ‘tweener is that it wasn’t a superfluous instance of showboating. That was the only shot she could have hit to get the ball back and she pulled it off on a dead sprint.
Rarely is Radwanska impressed by her own shot-making. This time, though, she threw a finger in the air in celebration and waved her arms to enliven the sparse crowd.
Not a large crowd on lenglen for ivanovic radwanska.. Where is everyone?—
Andy Murray (@andy_murray) June 02, 2013
Good question, Andy. Those who left early — the ladies were the last match on court — missed one heck of a shot from Radwanska.
The last time she celebrated that demonstrably — and, yes, that was a demonstrative celebration for A-Rad — was after she hit this gem against Kirsten Flipkens in Miami in March: