It must be frustrating to play someone like Roger Federer. At 31 the man can still move like a teenager and hits multiple shots per match that have to make the opponent just roll his eyes in dismay.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga understands what I'm saying. During his quarterfinal loss to Federer on Wednesday at the Australian Open, Federer hit a drop shot that clipped the net and left Tsonga gassed and on Federer's side of the court.
In jest, Tsonga appeared to make a fake racket-hitting motion at the 17-time Grand Slam champion to which Federer responded with a smile.
It might be pressure-packed tennis, but have a little fun every now and again, right?
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