It involves elaborate shot-makers Gael Monfils and Dustin Brown – and sees not one but TWO miracle shots.
Brown – who shot to fame after beating Rafa Nadal at Wimbledon in 2015 – is no stranger to outlandish shots.
The German is renowned as one of the tour’s entertainers and often earns a place on tennis showreels.
Having lost the first set in the first-round French Open tussle, the second was with serve going into the eighth game.
Brown served his way into a 30-0 lead and tried to drop-shot Monfils – only for the Frenchman, appearing in front of his home fans, to easily read it.
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Monfils responded with a good return that forced Brown, who was in at the net, back into the corner of the court.
The point looked won – but Brown had other ideas.
He scrambled backwards and somehow managed to pull off a stunning get.
And not only did he keep the ball in play, he managed to lob Monfils to win the point… or so the crowd thought.
Monfils, though, had other ideas. He casually chased down the lob and pulled off a miracle return of his own with a through-the-legs tweener shot.
Brown, whose volleying is his strength, looked to have closed things out as he advanced to the net.
But the dreadlocked star, who moments earlier pulled off a wonder-stroke, somehow hit his tame backhand volley into the net.
Fans wanting to watch more epic shots from Brown in France will be left disappointed after he went on to lose 6-4 7-5 6-0.