With a tweener lob over Novak Djokovic, Matteo Berrettini makes Wimbledon fans go insane.

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With a tweener lob over Novak Djokovic, Matteo Berrettini makes Wimbledon fans go insane.

In the Wimbledon final versus Novak Djokovic, Matteo Berrettini had the Centre Court crowd on the edge of their seats.

That was a rally.

Matteo Berrettini’s final shot is incredible.

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Even though he was down in the second set, Matteo Berrettini was still entertaining the crowd and displaying his great skills in the Wimbledon final against Novak Djokovic. Djokovic appeared to be in complete command of the match early on, when he broke for a 5-2 lead.

Berrettini, on the other hand, quickly settled into the match, fending off a set point from Djokovic and breaking back to force a tiebreak.

With momentum on his side, the 2021 Queen’s champion upset the script by winning the opening set.

Berrettini, who was playing in his maiden Grand Slam final, showed no signs of anxiety despite a rough start.

However, Djokovic stayed controlled and calm coming into the second set, quickly regaining full control as the Italian’s serve eluded him.

The world No. 1 took the double break to put himself in a strong position to return to the contest.

Berrettini was serving to remain in the set at 5-1 down and showed some grit by going 40-0 up.

But it was the way he forced Djokovic to try to serve out the set that wowed the Centre Court crowd and millions across the world.

Berrettini had raced back to the baseline after Djokovic had lobbed him.

Berrettini attempted the extraordinary with a tweener lob after quickly realizing he wouldn’t be able to turn around in time to play a forehand or backhand return.

Fortunately, the ball fell in the opposite corner, and Djokovic was unable to return the shot over the net.

Djokovic couldn’t help but smile at Berrettini’s bravado in not only attempting a tweener lob, but also pulling it off on the greatest platform.

And Berrettini was definitely enjoying himself as he waved to the standing-room-only audience cheering for the No. 7 seed.

Berrettini attempted the extraordinary with a tweener lob after quickly realizing he wouldn’t be able to turn around in time to play a forehand or backhand return.

Fortunately, the shot fell in the opposite corner, and Djokovic was unable to return the stroke. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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