Watch This Incredible Front Tweener From Roger Federer Today At Wimbledon [Video]
by Tom Gainey | July 2nd, 2015, 4:16 pm

While Rafael Nadal continues his struggles, Roger Federer had no trouble whatsoever crushing American Sam Querrey 64, 62, 62 in the Wimbledon second round.

During the win. Federer had time for this incredible front tweener lob, which eventually won him the point.

“He’s got that aura around him. You know, today he hit that shot between the legs,” Querrey said. “He hit some amazing shots. You want to go over and give him a high-five sometimes.”

Said Federer, “It all happens very quickly. I can’t put it on super slow and go, All right, what’s best? ‘Cause I guess so many things shoot through your mind.

“If I did that I probably would have adjusted, changed my grip and tried to hit a normal forehand or gone around and hit a normal backhand.

“The easiest way for me was somehow through the legs rather than coming to a complete standstill and then hitting a lob, which he would have seen where it was going to go.

“Through the legs, you’re not sure if it’s going to come short or high. I got lucky. I hit it perfect.

“I felt like there was a legitimate chance to win the point. And it was fun. It just happened to be the right thing.”

Federer moved into the third round without the loss of a set or serve, he’ll face Australian big server Sam Groth on Saturday.

The last point in the video between Gael Monfils and Adrian Mannarino isn’t bad either!

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4 Comments for Watch This Incredible Front Tweener From Roger Federer Today At Wimbledon [Video]

DC Says:

the touch of the master. No wonder he is considered the greatest of all times by many, including the top players of today.

Leo Says:

Bravo Roger! Nice to see him having fun.. one match at a time!

Tennis Vagabond Says:

Love the quote from Sam. The last point from Gael though is magnificent.

Thomas Says:

Those shots are all ensorcelling.

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