From defensive comebacks to between-the-leg miracles, insane shots are made every week that make the fans gasp and cheer. Every week, we will take a look at what we feel is the hottest shot of the week. Plays so sizzling you can practically see the smoke off the racquet.

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It doesn't matter where he plays, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is always a joy to watch. Recently, the Frenchman showed that he still has some magic left in him.

Competing in his home country at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier, Tsonga faced off against Filip Krajinovic. The 36-year-old was a regular fixture at the backend of this tournament, reaching the semifinals from 2016 to 2018 before lifting the trophy in 2019.

Locked in an early first set battle, and holding a 30-0 lead, Tsonga threw in a serve and volley. The Serbian launched a difficult lob, one that may have been out of reach for most opponents. Tsonga however, showed he still had great spring in his step by getting up to deliver a resounding overhead. He followed it up with a potent backhand to close out the game.

The fifth-seeded Krajinovic ultimately advanced in the end, 6-4, 7-6 (2), but it was encouraging to see Tsonga produce some of the sizzling shot-making that has led him to capture 18 ATP titles throughout his career.