Andre Agassi and Boris Becker are two of history's greatest tennis players. After losing their first three matches, Andre Agassi noticed a detail in Becker's body language which thereafter gave him a profound advantage.
The astute Agassi observed that, as Becker began his rocking motion - his tongue betrayed the direction in which he intended to serve. This gave Andre such an advantage, that he beat Boris nine of their next eleven professional matches.
The video above gives a short account of Andre Agassi's incredible nonverbal coup.
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