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Baghdatis' Aussie Meltdown A Mixed Blessing For Former Racket Supplier
Published January 20, 2012
FOR A GOOD CAUSE: In Melbourne, Jon Ralph reports Australian Open officials have been "inundated with calls from organisations keen to sell off Marcos Baghdatis' smashed racquets for charity." No one with the event was "quite sure where the four racquets went after Baghdatis snapped four of them late on Wednesday night," but they are "hot property despite their mangled state" (Melbourne HERALD SUN, 1/20).