Don't look now but Kenin's bizarre serve is here to stay
Sofia Kenin says she's very comfortable with her bizarre, non-looking service action that has led her into a first-ever Roland Garros final.
The 21-year-old American has gotten into the habit of throwing the ball in the air while staring at her feet.
Only when the ball has reached its climax and her racket is in motion does she turn her head back up.
"I've had this all my career. I know it's a little different. I've had great success with it. I think it would be completely wrong to change things now," said Kenin.
On Saturday, she will meet Iga Swiatek from Poland, where she will try to add the Roland Garros title to the Australian Open, which she won earlier this year.
"I've improved my serve. I feel like I'm serving well. I think it might not matter how you serve as long as you get it. Yeah, that worked for me," she added.
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