Saturday 19 August 2017 / 10:51 PM

Dimitrov’s double Hot Shot in Stockholm

Jack Sock couldn’t get a break against Grigor Dimitrov in their quarter-final showdown at the Stockholm Open.

In the fifth game of the second set, Dimitrov was serving with the set locked at 2-2.

The game was at 30-0 to Dimitrov when he produced an outrageous behind-the-back shot after Sock had rocketed back his serve.

Taking the game to 40-0, Dimitrov then did the unthinkable and outstripped his first effort.

An almost identical point was played: Dimitrov served, Sock belted back a forehand…except this time Dimitrov decided to win the point with a between-the-legs shot.

Dimitrov went on to win the match two sets to one.

[YouTube: ATPWorldTour]

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