Dan Evans, the 190th-ranked tennis player in the world, hit an incredible shot in an Australian Open qualifier.Evans over-played a shot and his opponent hit the ball behind him.Evans spun around, hitting a twirling, back-handed return that cleared the net for the point.Dan Evans, the 190th-ranked tennis player in the world, hit one of the wildest shots of the year on Thursday in a qualifier to make the Australian Open.In the first set, leading No. 208 Jurij Rodionov 4-2, Rodionov ran to the net to hit a return. Evans, playing deep on the court, ran to his right, trying to guess the direction. Rodionov instead hit it closer down the middle.Evans, having over-played it, spun backwards, taking his right hand all the way behind him as he hit a twirling backhand for a winner. Rodionov didn't even move.Check out the shot below:Ten days into 2019, Dan Evans has already hit Shot of the Year in #AusOpen qualifying '' pic.twitter.com/g6W9lNsomJ' #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 10, 2019Evans won the match in three sets. He needs one more win to make the Australian Open, which starts next Monday.Join the conversation about this storyNOW WATCH: 7 science-backed ways to a happier and healthier 2019 that you can do the first week of the new year Click here to read full news..