Ryan Harrison may not have won the Atlanta title, but perhaps he came away with something even more elusive: a spot on SportsCenter's "Top 10 plays" list.

The ESPN highlights show featured Harrison's incredible defensive tweener as the second-best play of the day.

The 26-year-old American showed off his crafty racquet skills to innovate and win the point, and later the match, in his quarterfinal against Hyeon Chung.


Harrison didn’t stop there, though. He pulled out the flashy shot-making skills once again to steal another point in his semifinal encounter with Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie.


Harrison would go on to lose in the final to now five-time Atlanta champion John Isner, and also fall in the doubles final. But at least he can say something very few tennis players can: I was on the SportsCenter Top 10.

Harrison makes
SportsCenter Top 10 
with crafty tweener

Harrison makes SportsCenter Top 10 with crafty tweener

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