1999 US OPEN Semifinals Hingis hits a ONE-HANDEN scoop backhand around the netpost which lands on the corner to bring up match point against Venus Williams.
2001 Australian Open quarters Hingis hits a desperate lob which just catches the line and Serena rockets the ball towards a ball boy (not on purpose). It was a break point and the beginning of Hingis's comeback in the match. All this happened after Serena hit a bomb up the middle but Hingis leapt to the ball and made a perfect stab return which landed very deep in the court. Hingis remained on the defensive for the next two or three shots until she won the point with that great lob.
Mary Pierce's shot between the legs.
Hingis, pulled out way wide during the 2001 French Open in the fourth round hits a stunning forehand down the line around the netpost which lands right in the corner and Testud is stunned. That was a break point.
Serena Williams made an AMAZING drop volley during her qf match against Hingis at 2001 OZ to save MATCH POINT #1. On match point #2 she ran down several great shots of Hingis's at the net until finally Hingis put the match away with an angled overhead.
Venus Williams made a great get off of Hingis's weak smash after a long rally at the 2000 US OPEN semis. Hingis was then broken and lost the match.
Monica Seles DRILLED a ball at the net CROSSCOURT with her two-handed backhanded. She hit the ball about as hard as she could and yet much to her dismay MARTINA HINGIS had anticipated her play and hit a topspin loopy forehand off of her shot to pass Monica. The court was wide open and Monica had to watch this slowball become a CLEAN WINNER.
Monica Seles hit three incredible two-fisted forehands in a row near the end of her victory over Venus in Oz this year. The third forehand was right on the corner!!!!!
Kim Clijsters hit an amazing backhand dropshot against Venus Williams earlier this year saving a breakpoint. The dropshot went crosscourt and landed on the line. It was a CLEAN WINNER. She also hit some amazing passing shots off of Venus's smashes.
Justine Henin hit an amazing down-the-line backhand on the dead run on grass to pass JENNIFER CAPRIATI at the net. She followed that point up with a fabulous crosscourt backhand with an extreme angle. She defeated Capriati.
Jennifer Capriati nailed an acutely angled crosscourt forehand on the line to save match point earlier this year against Martina Hingis in the finals of the Australian Open.