Roger Federer, a Swiss professional tennis player, is currently ranked #2 in the worldwide men's ATP tennis rankings.

At one point he held the #1 spot for a men's record-setting 310 weeks (237 of which were consecutive). Only Steffi Graf at 377 weeks, Martina Navratilova at 332 weeks and Serena Williams at 319 weeks have more weeks at #1.


Now 37, there are some who may wonder whether he still has the magic that earned him the sport's respect.

None of those people will continue to doubt Federer's dominance, however, after seeing the incredible shot he made against Nick Kyrgios at the U.S. Open on September 1.

After seeing the clip, Twitter was absolutely in awe of Federer.

Kyrgios himself couldn't believe what had just happened.


Many are already calling it "the shot of the tournament."


Who knew you could go AROUND the net?


Federer is playing it pretty cool, however.


Just another day, another game of tennis, another miracle shot for Roger Federer.


As is almost always the case, Federer never let on to the difficulty of what he was doing.

Will Federer go all the way?

Only time will tell, but people won't be forgetting his show against Nick Kyrgios any time soon.

H/T - Twitter, Business Insider

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