MTL’s Favorite Shots of the 2014 ATP Season

The 2014 ATP Season has given us some amazing moments. There have been monumental upsets and fairy tale runs but we wanted to bring you our favorite shots of the season. Sit back and enjoy the talent.

  1. Nick Kyrgios announces to the world he’s the next big thing with a nonchalant tweener during his upset of Nadal at, of all places, Wimbledon.
  2. Gael Monfils’ is hands down the most athletic player on tour and he proves it with this jaw dropping leaping tweener during a Davis Cup match (I know, not ATP) while playing with France.
  3. Novak Djokovic may have had the shot of the US Open with this lunging backhand around the net.
  4. Andy Murray may have lost the point but a shot that goes between your legs at the net and you still get it over is something you don’t see everyday.
  5. An impressive tweener lob from Dustin Brown against a poor challenger.
  6. When the announcer says “genius”, “almost impossible” and “how on earth do you do this?” in a 20 second span you know it’s must see. Check out Federer cheeky drop shot against Berdych in the final of Dubai.
  7. Fogini is an enigma to say the least and his unnecessary, but no less brilliant, tweener reinforces that point.
  8. An inside out forehand winner from Rafa Nadal has become common place but the level of difficulty is still off the charts.
  9. There’s nothing quite like Novak Djokovic, the best returner of serve on the planet, smashing a cross court winner to seal match point.
  10. Take your pick from a number of shots from this clash between Grigor Dimitrov and Andy Murray in Mexico. Either way, it’s probably the point of 2014.
  11. Class exemplified. Even when he’s hitting a tweener lob against Benjamin Becker in Dubai he makes the game look completely effortless.


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