Seven years on, that shot from Agnieszka Radwanska in Miami is still the most watched WTA video!

Seven years ago this month Agnieszka Radwanska produced one of the most incredible shots in tennis history.

Seven years on it is still the most watched Women’s Tennis video on YouTube with 3.9 million views and the second highest tennis video on YouTube only second to a compilation of brilliant tennis between Monfils and Kyrgios.

No matter where Agnieszka went she brought entertainment and in this case it was late night entertainment at the former home of the Miami Open down at Crandon Park where Radwanska pulled out some magic!

48 minutes into the match the Pole found herself down a set at 4-6 to Kirsten Flipkens with a semi-final against Serena Williams on the cards.

Minutes into the second set Aga orchestrated herself a break of serve and led 2-0 very early on. On route to consolidating her break after half past eight at night in Miami is when she came up with this…

The reaction from Aga was simply incredible. It is Aga Radwanska in a nutshell. Her ability to produce these moments of pure brilliance are missed in tennis.

The way she quickly adapts, rotates her body and hits a no look volley winner behind her back is simply outstanding.

Magician or Ninja, call her what you like but she created tennis of dreams.

In the clip the reaction of Kirsten Flipkens says it all. She looked on stunned and fuming with it. The Belgian dropped her racket, put her hands on her hips and was left speechless.

Radwanska went onto win 4-6 6-4 6-2 against Kirsten before falling to Serena 0-6 3-6 who then defeated Maria Sharapova to win the title in Miami!

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