The U.S. Open has come and gone, leaving us with only ESPN replays and Benjamin Norman's awesome photographs. Benjamin Norman chose to focus his lens on a less glamorous part of tennis, and the results are amazing.
Benjamin Norman photographed the serve, specifically the time between when a player throws the ball up and when they hit it. I've seen tons of tennis photos before, but none quite like this. All the players are focused and at their best, making these photos a must-see for fans.
Benjamin Norman Captures Tennis Players Moments Before the Serve
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