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By Chris Oddo | Sunday, February 16, 2014

 

This week at the Bergamo Challenger in Italy, Dustin Brown played some out-of-this-world tweeners. All we can say is... WOW.

Dustin Brown had a nice week in the Bergamo Challenger in Italy, reaching the semifinals, before bowing out to Simone Bolelli in three sets. 

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But while Brown couldn't win the title in Bergamo, he left fans with something to remember in the quarterfinals, as the German hit two of the sweetest tweeners that we've seen in years (see video, nicely set to thumping music, below).




The first tweener, a neatly placed lob that sailed over the shoulder of Laurynas Grigelis of Lithuania, was already more than worthy of tweener top dog status for 2014, but the next one, a running tweener drive that goes for a clean winner could seriously be the best tweener that has ever been hit.

What do you think? Has there ever been a better tweener? Brown would lose the tiebreaker but go on to win the match in three, 6-4, 6-7(5), 7-6(4).

Wow, is all we're saying right now. Just wow.

Video Courtesy of Carsten Neuhaus

 

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