Recent Examples of unreturnable from the Web
This presents record stores with a predicament: buy everything and risk getting stuck with boxes of unsold, unreturnable vinyl, or buy more selectively and risk not having the specific record someone waited in line for.
So far, in defeating Zarina Diyas on Thursday and outslugging Bertens on Saturday, Serena has shown flashes of her old powerful groundstrokes and an ability to find the corners of the court with unreturnable shots.
Williams looked relaxed, won a round and hit a few aces that would have been just as good, and just as unreturnable, in a Grand Slam match.
With an unreturnable serve on his first match point, Isner topped del Potro for only the third time in nine matches.
Williams, down by 15-30, unleashed three unreturnable serves to win the game.
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