VIDEO: Alexander Zverev defies physics to win Miami Open point
Alexander Zverev’s on-court speed is hardly a secret, but even so he can sometimes make your jaw drop in awe.
Such a moment came in his Miami Open semi-final win over Pablo Carreno Busta, when he twice looked beaten but somehow found a stunning winner.
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You have to feel for Carreno Busta, as he probably couldn’t do anything more than he did to win a point. In fact, he was probably more shocked than anyway, but fair play Mr Zverev!
Zverev went on to win the match and set up a final date with John Isner on Sunday.
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