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Roger Federer's Shot Was So Good It's Already Being Copied At Wimbledon

Roger Federer's Shot Was So Good It's Already Being Copied At Wimbledon
By Conor O'Leary

Yesterday we saw one of the more magical shots of Wimbledon so far during Roger Federer's dominant win over Sam Querrey in straight sets.

That shot was the highlight of a great day of tennis that also saw former Wimbledon champion Rafa Nadal get beaten in a thrilling four-set match with Dustin Brown.

Today has already seen more great action, with young Australian Nick Kyrgios attempting to copy Federer's majestic shot:

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It didn't work out so well for Kyrgios though, as he ended up losing that point. The 20-year-old Aussie did manage to beat seventh seed Milos Raonic.

It's not the first time the precocious Kyrgios has managed to pull off something like that on the big stage. In his first Wimbledon last year, he beat Nadal in the second round thanks to wonderful shots like this: (Click to play)

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