Roger Federer has made a name for his incredible tweeners, but probably it was the American sensation, Andre Agassi, to hit the most sensational tweener in tennis history (or at least at slam level).

WHEN WAS IT?

Andre was playing Chris Woodruff in the 3rd round at the 1999 French Open when he managed to perform an incredible reverse tweener after his compatriot did strike a perfect lob. Eventually, Agassi won the point and match (6-4 6-4 6-3) before winning the all thing.

Absolutely great.

 

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MIssing agassi and missing the all American tennis. No champs anymore?

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BTW Pierce tweener agasint Seles was also huge at the FO