ATP Tour broken rackets photo gallery
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When it comes to performance art, some people enjoy ballet. The theatre. Live music, when not performed by Carl Lewis.
Me? I like watching tennis racket abuse. The more wantonly destructive, the better.
A few years ago, I lamented the slow, slouching decline of racket smashing in professional tennis, a once-flourishing practice gone the way of neon compression shorts. Turns out I was wrong. Stick-destroying is still in vogue; it's just that much of ...
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