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With all the hoopla surrounding Agassi vs. Sampras and the battle of the Williams sisters, defending U.S. Open champ Marat Safin went almost unnoticed last week at Flushing Meadows. That was until we caught him in a strange pose for Page 2's Mystery Photo.
This one time, at tennis camp ...
Scientists admit their attempt to clone a U.S. Open champion is considered a failure.
El Cajon Calif.
"No, really! I saw Bobby Riggs play like this once and win $100 from someone!"
Martina Hingis accused Safin of getting more endorsements because "he has a tennis racket growing out of his butt."
After breaking a string ... Safin pulls out a new racket ...
Chestnut Hill, Mass.
"I have got to get rid of this jock itch. Boy I hope no one is looking."
"Doing the bull dance, feelin' the flow."
Safin's new "Back-door" backhand.
... and he's still thanking God for the man who invented the cup.
"I always get a wedgie on the tough shots!"
No. Actually, the guy with the rubber glove was surprisingly more gentle.
Safin's tennis elbow takes a turn for the worse.
Yo! A little help here!
Adam M. Zdanavage
This guy literally eats and sleeps tennis.
Marat Safin learns the hard way to look before you sit down.
Oh yeah?! Well ... here's what you can do with all your Grand Slam trophies, Pete!
Taking after, "Mr. Garrison," of South Park fame, Marat Safin introduces us to, "Mr. Racket."
This Gold Bond stuff works pretty good!
Here's the real caption from The Associated Press: Marat Safin of Russia returns a shot through his legs Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001, against Mariano Zabaleta of Argentina at the US Open tennis tournament in New York. Safin defeated Zabaleta 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. (AP photo/Elise Amendola)
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