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Friday, January 20, 2012

Marcos Baghdatis racket

Marcos Baghdatis racket

Marcos Baghdatis racketTennis pro smashes four rackets in tantrum , It’s unclear what Cypriot tennis pro MarcosBaghdatis’ rackets did to earn his ire. But there’s no doubt that the athlete got his revenge on them. At Baghdatis’ match against Stanislas Wawrinka at the Australian Open this week, the fiery tennis star was videotaped breaking not one but four tennis rackets in a tantrum

It was an entertaining kickoff between, Marcos Baghdatis and Stanislas Wawrinka, as the Cypriot was angry breaking four Racquets and the Swiss No.2 has lost his balance and holds the chest of the line Judge on Wednesday at Melbourne.
In the thrilling second round encounter, Stanislas Wawrinka has thrashed out Marcos Baghdatis in four set encounter with a score line of 7-6 6-4 5-7, 6-1 to show a thrilling kickoff at Melbourne.
Baghdatis went mad on the court, during the changeover court. Cypriot was trailing with 7-6, 6-4 on Wednesday night, as he broke four Racquets. The 2008 finalist lost the first two sets to Wawrinka and had just been broken early in the third set when he sat down for a break and calmly smashed the racquet he was using. He then took three more out of his bag, one at a time, and broke those too.
Cyprus World No. 44, Baghdatis has bounced back into the game with his fifth racquets 7-5. But the rally crumbled like his rackets losing his final set with 6-1 to say good bye to Australia Open.
Meanwhile, Wawrinka tries to walk a ball that hits him is still imprecise and loses his balance and was connected to hold the chest of young woman and later find the balance and is safely back on both feet.
The Swiss immediately apologize to the line judge and asks if everything is in order. With a sweet smile she gives to understand Stan: Are you okay.

FIERY Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis set a bizarre new record in tennis when he smashed four rackets in under 30 seconds while he sat fuming on his seat after losing a key game in his Australian Open second-round defeat to Stanislas Wawrinka.

Baghdatis, who made it to the final of the Australian Open in 2006, has always been a crowd favourite in Melbourne, and fans in the Margaret Court Arena responded with loud encouragement after his tantrum, which came after he had been broken in the third set after losing the first two sets.

The 26-year-old sat in his chair briefly before smashing his racket in a fit of pique, then took another from his bag and did the same. With anger still to burn, Baghdatis then repeated the exercise with another two rackets, which were still in their “protective” wrapping.
With fans willing him on to turn the match around amid a rowdy atmosphere, his explosion of temper briefly seemed to work, as he broke back twice to take the third set 7-5.

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