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Baghdatis Living The Dream At Olympics; "Nothing To Lose" Against Murray

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Marcos Baghdatis competed at the 2004 Athens Olympics reaching the second round.

Adrenaline courses through Marcos Baghdatis’ veins each morning at the prospect of becoming Cyprus’ first Olympic medallist.

On Tuesday, he moved one step closer to realising his dream at the London 2012 Olympics Tennis Event after he beat No. 16 seed Richard Gasquet of France 6-4, 6-4 in 74 minutes for a place in the third round.

"Adrenaline is still high,” admitted Baghdatis. “Even in the morning, I wake up and my eyes are very big. I want to keep going. It's very important and I'm feeling great. I'll give it a shot.”

Baghdatis did not face a break point and struck 14 aces in a performance full of confidence. He broke Gasquet’s serve at 4-all in both sets to set up a meeting with third-seeded Briton Andy Murray.

"I was serving pretty well,” said Baghdatis. “I think I played aggressively, I didn't let Richard play his game and it paid off. It was very emotional [at the end].

“I want to thank whoever is up there for giving me the chance to be part of this life. I'm very happy I won today. It was very tough. I'm in the Round of 16 at an Olympic event and that's an incredible thing for me. I hope I keep going."

Play was suspended at 1:23 p.m. local time due to a rain shower. Olympic officials then took the decision to close the retractable Centre Court roof to allow Murray to play Jarkko Nieminen of Finland.

Murray broke serve in the first game of each set to record a 6-2, 6-4 victory in 61 minutes. The Scot won all 16 of his second serve points in an aggressive performance, which included six aces and 26 winners.

“I played well today,” said Murray, who will partner Laura Robson in the mixed doubles event. “He didn’t start the match that well. Then he definitely played better in the second set. I had the momentum for most of the match. Once I got a break up in the second [set], it was important to stay focused, because I was getting a lot of free points from my serve.”

Said Baghdatis, on meeting Murray, "I've played Andy two times on Wimbledon's Centre Court. For sure he's a great player. He will have the upperhand against me, but I'll just go out there and give it a try. You never know. I have nothing to lose.”


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Umknęło nam to. 14 lipca Marcos i była utalentowana tenisista chorwacka, Karolina Sprem, pobrali się. Najlepszego młodej parze! ;)

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2016 (1) Sankt Petersburg
2015 (1) Rotterdam
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2012 (1) Toronto M1000
2011 (4) Waszyngton, Belgrad, Miami M1000, San Jose
2010 (2) Wiedeń, Rotterdam
2009 (2) Szanghaj M1000, Eastbourne
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2018 (2) Stuttgart, Marsylia
2017 (2) Sztokholm, Indian Wells M1000
2016 (2) Newport, Rotterdam
2015 (1) Halle
2014 (1) Tokio
2013 (2) Basel, Kuala Lumpur
2011 (3) WTF, Cincinnati M1000, Rzym M1000
2010 (2) Basel, Marsylia
2009 (4) WTF, Stuttgart, Wimbledon, Madryt M1000
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Marcos Baghdatis - The Open Drive: Australian Open 2011


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Marcos BAGHDATIS - Road to Roland-Garros 2011


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Karolina Sprem w przyszłym tygodniu ma urodzić dziecko. Marcos, przyszły ojciec, pośpieszył do domu, by być przy żonie w tej szczególnej chwili. To jest główna przyczyna wycofania się Cypryjczyka z turnieju w Bazylei. :)

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2016 (1) Sankt Petersburg
2015 (1) Rotterdam
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2012 (1) Toronto M1000
2011 (4) Waszyngton, Belgrad, Miami M1000, San Jose
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2009 (2) Szanghaj M1000, Eastbourne
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2017 (2) Sztokholm, Indian Wells M1000
2016 (2) Newport, Rotterdam
2015 (1) Halle
2014 (1) Tokio
2013 (2) Basel, Kuala Lumpur
2011 (3) WTF, Cincinnati M1000, Rzym M1000
2010 (2) Basel, Marsylia
2009 (4) WTF, Stuttgart, Wimbledon, Madryt M1000
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Stockholm 2012 Friday Interview Baghdatis

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Baghdatis z córeczką :)

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2015: WTF (W), Bazylea (W), Winston-Salem (W), Hamburg (W), Wimbledon (F), Stuttgart (W), Monte Carlo (F), Indian Wells (F);
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BAGHDATIS BECOMES A FATHER TO BABY ZAHARA
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Marcos Baghdatis and his wife, Karolina Sprem, welcomed baby daughter Zahara on Saturday.

It was an intense weekend for former World No. 8 Marcos Baghdatis. After losing his semi-final contest with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the If Stockholm Open on Saturday afternoon, the 27 year old received a phone call, while he was still in the locker room, to say that his wife, WTA player Karolina Sprem, was about to give birth to the couple’s first child.

Happily, a baby girl, Zahara Baghdatis was delivered by caesarean section shortly after at 3:30pm, weighing 2,960 grams (6.5lbs) and measuring 55 centimetres (21.7in) in length.

"As I got to the lockers I picked up my phone to call Karolina, as she was going in the morning for a check up at the doctor," explained Baghdatis. "The phone was ringing and it was her sister. She told me, 'You are going to be a father today.' I was a little confused as Karolina wasn’t due to go in until Thursday, but she told me, 'She is in now.' So I told her I will arrange my tickets to get to Croatia.

"[Then] as I was walking up the stairs to say goodbye to the tournament staff and leave, I got a call and Karolina’s sister told me, 'You are a father.'"

Baghdatis was forced to wait to meet baby Zahara. Having rushed to catch a flight from Stockholm airport on the Saturday night, he missed the connecting flight in Munich and had to spend the night in Germany before resuming his journey to Zagreb on the Sunday morning. "The worst was when my in-laws picked me up at the airport," recalled Baghdatis. "It was so funny as I was sweating so much from excitement, anxiety and all these emotions."

Remembering the first time he saw his wife and baby, Baghdatis said, "I saw Karolina first and gave her a big hug. All the emotions were going through my body all the time, all the adrenalin. Everything is good, 'Zahy' is slowly getting into a routine and Karolina is doing very well.

"Karolina chose her name," continued the Cypriot. "She liked it very much. The name is derived from the Greek word ‘zahari’, meaning ‘sugar’. I liked it too, and we even have a nickname for her, ‘Zahy’. Everybody says she look like me."

Baghdatis and Sprem wed on 14th of July in Trakoscan, Croatia, with Baghdatis having proposed just over a year earlier in Nice, France.

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Talking to WTATennis.com, Sprem said, "I met Marcos in Sydney at the start of 2010. It's funny, because when I knew him before we weren't really friends on the tour, only saying ‘hi’ or something whenever we'd see each other. But somehow, everything started in Sydney.

"The wedding took place over many days with lunches, dinners and parties, and it was close to my hometown, about 40 minutes away. Parts of the wedding were at the castle, then the church, then next to the lake. At the beginning it wasn't really planned like that, but that's how it ended up and it was beautiful. We had about 100 people there, just from our family and all of our closest friends."

"Honestly, this is the best year of my life," said Baghdatis. "Having these two special people in my life, I truly feel like I am a lucky guy. That’s all I can say!"

After seeing the doctor on Tuesday, Baghdatis received the all clear on the small tear in his left groin that had caused him to retire in the match with Tsonga. He will resume training by Friday and play his final tournament of the season at next week’s BNP Paribas Masters in Paris.

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Czas chyba pomyśleć o założeniu rodziny, skoro mój równieśnik już się potomka doczekał. :P

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Baghdatis press conference


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Baghdatis hopes for further prize increases

Marcos Baghdatis says that while he’s pleased the Australian Open has increased prize money significantly and is giving a greater percentage to players in the lower rounds, he would still like to see further increases.

“I think it’s a great thing,” the Cypriot said. “As a player, I think we will try to get more. I think we will get some more in the years to come. I think a player who is 80 in the world, it’s very tough for him if you see today the prize money. And also don’t forget, we pay all our expenses when we come from a smaller country. It’s not that easy, so I think it’s great for the sport. We’ll see more competition coming if the prize money comes up.”


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2016: Tokio, Shanghai, Bazylea
2015: Wiedeń, WTF Londyn
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Baghdatis outlasts Ramos

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It didn’t come easily for former Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis, but his struggles to the finish line paid off with a 6-7 (0) 7-6 (4) 6-4 3-6 6-3 first round win over Albert Ramos of Spain on Monday.

From the moment the first set started, the 35th-ranked Baghdatis appeared to be fighting an uphill battle. He had to hold off a tenacious Ramos, and his own lacklustre play, to find a path to the second round.

What really hurt the 28th-seeded Baghdatis in the opening set was his serve. He was only able to get 14 of 41 first serves in the opening set into play. While he won the point on 12 of 14 of those first serves, that offered little comfort.

Baghdatis started to settle into the match in the second set, racing to a 4-1 lead. However, the 51st-ranked Ramos was unwilling to go away easily, pulling even to 4-4, and eventually forcing Baghdatis into another tiebreaker. This time, the tiebreaker worked to Baghdatis‘ favor.

At 3-3 in the third set, Baghdatis scored the service break with an exquisite and untouchable backhand winner down the line. Baghdatis celebrated the winning shot – and the service break that would enable the Cypriot to nail down the third set - by raising his arms in triumph to the crowd.

After exchanging early breaks in the fourth set, Baghdatis dropped his serve in the eighth game by flinging a forehand long. Ramos held serve to even the score to two sets apiece.

Being a feisty competitor wasn’t enough for Ramos, who was visibly cramping during the fifth set. The Spaniard surrendered his serve in the fourth game when at 30-40 he hit a backhand into the net. Baghdatis, who went up 3-1, held on to his lead to serve out the four hour, 15 minute match on his second match point with a backhand crosscourt volley into an empty court.

As an exhausted Baghdatis gestured to his boisterous supporters in the stands, Ramos was left to rue his exit from the tournament after a match where he’d won more points than his opponent (186-185).

Baghdatis arrived at this year’s Australian Open a very different man than he’d been in previous visits to Melbourne. Last year, he went from bachelor to family man. He married former Croatian player, Karolina Sprem. In October, the newlyweds welcomed daughter, Zahara, to their family.

The Cypriot has enjoyed his best Grand Slam results at the Australian Open. He reached the 2006 final, losing to Roger Federer, but his run to the decider came with three top 10 scalps - Andy Roddick, Ivan Ljubicic and David Nalbandian - who all fell prey to Baghdatis’ wily ways.

Baghdatis owns a winner’s trophy from the Australian Open. He scored the junior boys’ title in 2003.

This Australian Open marks the first time that Baghdatis is seeded at a Grand Slam since Wimbledon in 2011.

The 51st-ranked Ramos, one of 19 Spaniards in the men’s draw, has only reached the second round at a Grand Slam once in seven appearances at the majors.

http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/new ... 07374.html

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Baghdatis right at home

Melbourne Park has always been a happy hunting ground for Marcos Baghdatis.

An Australian Open junior champion in 2003, he reached the fourth round of the men’s event in 2005, his then-best result at a major tournament. In 2006 he out-did that in a big way, enjoying a fairytale run to the final and captivating the crowds along the way with his audacious shotmaking and sunny demeanour.

That result was the highlight of a career-best season for the Cypriot, who rose to world No.8 shortly after reaching the Wimbledon semifinals.

Since then, it’s been a bumpier ride. There have been injuries – including a fractured wrist, ailing back and dodgy shoulder – which impeded his progress, and a loss of conditioning. But after a bit of pin-balling about the chart, his ranking appears to be going in the right direction once again.

It should continue doing so after Wednesday’s win over Japan’s Tatsuma Ito on Hisense Arena, in which he recovered from a slow start to win 3-6 6-3 6-2 6-2. It sends him into the third round of Australian Open 2013, where he will face No.4 seed David Ferrer.

“I think about that amazing run (at Australian Open 2006). It’s always in the back of my head. And I’m very proud of that. But I think my game today, I think tennis since changed a lot, it’s developed a lot in different ways, and it’s a bit harder,” Baghdatis said.

“But I think I am playing even better than what I used to play.”

That certainly looked to be true when Baghdatis opened the match with an immediate break and then held break points for a 3-0 lead. Yet as Ito settled, he began to match it with, and beat, the Cypriot from the baseline. Baghdatis’ vaunted shotmaking was curiously absent as the smaller Japanese player – an inch shorter and eight kilograms lighter – dictated the play, breaking serve in the eighth game and then serving out the first set.

Baghdatis had managed just two winners in the opening stanza to Ito’s nine, more content to rally far behind the baseline than step in and rip his groundstrokes.

It may have had something to do with the pressure he felt of playing front of his large and omnipresent band of Greek Cypriot supporters, a group he said he always wants to play well for.

“I use it positively. But the pressure is there when you have a big following in Melbourne,” he admitted.

“It’s a nice thing and a nice feeling. Don’t take me wrong, it’s a nice feeling and just a small pressure that I want to make them happy.”

His fans certainly would have been, as the Cypriot soon began to wrest control of proceedings. The winners started to flow more frequently, and began approaching Ito’s tally. Although games went on serve for much of the second set, Baghdatis finally converted one of his many break point opportunities in the eighth game and promptly held serve to level the match.

Soon it was conditioning that was to become the decisive factor. In a match between two players who had battled for five sets in the first round to reach this stage, played in blazing sun and heat that had both players reaching for the ice-towels, the Cypriot came up trumps. He can put that down to his rigorous training regime in the off-season between 2010 and 2011, during which he shed four kilograms and almost five body-fat percentage points.

His superior conditioning – which he has maintained – was evident as the match progressed.

In both the third and fourth sets Baghdatis went for the jugular, breaking serve at his first opportunity on both occasions. And as Ito’s game collapsed in a sea of lethargic errors – he finished with 53 – the 28th seed began to flaunt the repertoire that first lit up the courts all those years ago in Melbourne.

After serving out the match to love, he’ll be hoping those reflex passing shots, deft lobs and forcing groundstrokes help him through to the fourth round, a mark he has not reached at a Grand Slam event in four years.

“For sure (I believe I can come back to my former level), that’s why I’m still playing tennis. That’s my main goal … the last six months of last year were pretty good and I’m happy with the way I’m playing at the beginning of this year, and I think it’s a matter of time,” he said.

“I cannot say this year I’ll be top 10, but if it’s this year or next year, I’ll try my best.”

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