WATCH: Ryan Harrison drops racket, continues playing with foot at Australian Open

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 | 0

How do you continue playing even though you’ve dropped your racket and don’t have time to pick it up before the ball returns on your side of the net? No way? Eh, Ryan Harrison has one!

During his second-round match against Uruguay’s Pablo Cuevas at the Australian Open on Wednesday, the American tennis found out  a rather amusing way to keep the rally going after losing the strings.

It happened after Harrison dropped his racket after unleashing a serve. That’s when he brought his foot into the picture. However, his uncanny attempt went in vain as the ball crashed straight into the net.

Harrison went on to pull off a clinical 6-4 7-6 6-4 win over Cuevas to set up a third-round date with Croatia’s Marin Cilic.








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