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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...

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