Fan favorite Marcos Baghdatis let his anger get the best of him at the Australian Open when he smashed four tennis rackets in a row in less than a minute.
Baghdatis, who finished second in the 2006 Australian Open, went on the racket smashing tantrum after losing the second set to Stanislas Wawrinka on Wednesday.
After losing the set Baghdatis does serious damage to the racket he was using on the court, but doesn't stop just there. He decides to smash up close to every racket he has in his bag - some were still in plastic wrap -- during the impressive display of force and anger.
The Lebanese tennis player ended up winning the third set after his temper tantrum, but ultimately lost the match in four sets. The world's 44th ranked men's tennis player ultimately lost 7-6 (3), 6-4, 5-7, 6-1.
Words don't do justice to Baghdatis' impressive outburst, though. Make sure to watch the video of the tennis player losing his cool in amazing fashion.