Sport WATCH: Top five Rome winners

22:50  22 may  2017
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WATCH: Mannarino's insane drop shot

  WATCH: Mannarino's insane drop shot Pablo Cuevas produced a contender for shot of the year in Madrid last week but was on the receiving end in Rome as Adrian Mannarino staked his claim. During his run to the semi-final of the Madrid Open, Cuevas conjured up a brilliant no-look shot with a casual flick of his wrist in his match against Alexander Zverev but this week he could only look on in admiration as Mannarino entered the race!The Frenchman pulled out a drop shot with so much spin on it that it bounced back over the net, rendering a flailing Cuevas helpless to even mount a challenge for the point.

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We take a look at the top five points from the Rome Masters, and the list includes champion Alexander Zverev as well as Rafael Nadal and Fabio Fognini.

Zverev rewrote the history books on Sunday when he took Novak Djokovic apart to claim his first Masters 1000 title - and he did it in some style.

The 20-year-old German makes it on our list, along with an inspired Fognini as he dispatched the world No 1 in ruthless style on home dirt.

Dominic Thiem is fast becoming quite a player and people took notice when the young Austrian knocking out favourite Nadal in some style to reach the last four.

Injury added to insult as Sharapova retires in Rome

  Injury added to insult as Sharapova retires in Rome Maria Sharapova was denied a Roland Garros wildcard on Tuesday and can no longer qualify directly for Wimbledon through her ranking.On the day she was denied a place in the French Open, Maria Sharapova's hopes of featuring at Wimbledon were dented as she was forced to retire in her second-round match against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni at the Internazionali d'Italia.

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He also makes our list with his trademark one-handed backhand looking immaculate as ever, while our top five wouldn't be complete without Spanish great Nadal.

Then there's Adrian Mannarino's incredible drop shot that bounced back over the net, but does it come out on top in our list. Click on the video above to find out...

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WATCH: French Open Young Guns .
We take a look at the young contenders who could cause an upset at this year's French Open at Roland Garros. For the first time, the top five players in the rankings are over 30, but there are several youngsters who could win their first Grand Slam in Paris.The 20-year-old Alexander Zverev beat Novak Djokovic to win the prestigious Rome Masters and has rocketed into the top 10.Zverev has now won three titles this year, adding Rome to Montpellier and Munich and is the first player born in the 1990s to win a Masters 1000 trophy.


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