One of the most uncomfortable moves in all of sports is the "I'm sorry I won that point" wave that tennis players give other tennis players when a lucky break goes their way.
Ana Ivanovic couldn't even muster a straight face when she gave Maria Sharapova that apology wave during their third-round match at the Italian Open.
Ivanovic, who beat Sharapova 6-1, 6-4 on Thursday, was well out of position during this rally in the opening set, basically flipping her racquet at the ball in hopes of making contact.
She not only caught it cleanly, but the break she got off the WTA sign that was attached to the net was enough to leave Sharapova standing at the baseline in disbelief.
Just watch and enjoy a bounce you most likely won't see again the rest of the season.
- Sports & Recreation