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VIDEO: Keep that racquet down

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We've all got angry with inanimate objects before. In fact, if printers ever gain rights then we're all heading to prison for a long time.

So, we can therefore empathise with American tennis player Alex Bogomolov Jr who decided to vent his fury on his racquet at Wimbledon this week.

After returning a serve into the net (something we can also depressingly empathise with), he threw his poor sidekick down to the ground. Let's just say, it didn't stay down...

Now upcoming on Digg, Taiwan animators take on Ryan Dunn/Roger Ebert, worst sheepdog in the world and Mario meets his agent.

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