Adrian Mannarino transformed into a magician during a point at the U.S. Open on Wednesday.
Mannarino of France was serving, up 2-1 ad-in in the fourth set of his second-round matchup against Fabian Marozsan of Hungary.
Marozsan hit a strong return that Mannarino saved with a lunging backhand.
From there, Marozsan ran in and approached the net with a cross-court shot, sending Mannarino scrambling to the other side of the court.
On his return, Mannarino hit a miraculous shot, seeming to skip and hit the ball through his legs, all in one motion.
It went so fast that it’s hard, even upon watching the replay, to figure out exactly what he did and how he did it.
Marozsan volleyed back a drop shot, which Mannarino got to in time to hit a cross-court winner and take a 3-1 lead in the set.
Mannarino ultimately won the fourth set, 6-1, to advance to the third round, where he will play the winner of the Sebastian Ofner-Frances Tiafoe match on Friday.
The No. 22 seed at this year’s U.S. Open and one of the top players from France, Mannarino has won three singles titles but has yet to take home a Grand Slam.