WATCH: Zverev shows off superb athleticism

by: Brad Kallet | January 19, 2016

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How did he do that?

On Day 2 of the Australian Open, unseeded German Alexander Zverev faced a difficult task in the form of world No. 2 Andy Murray.

No one expected the 18-year-old to upset the two-time Grand Slam champion, but fans around the globe did get to see how talented the youngster is:

Prior to the match, Murray was accidentally hit in the face with a ball while practicing.

But Murray got the last laugh, dismantling Zverev, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, with relative ease.

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