The day Jerzy Janowicz lost it

Updated: January 16, 2013, 8:39 AM ET
By Bonnie D. Ford | ESPN.com

MELBOURNE, Australia -- It wasn't quite on the level of Marcos Baghdatis' racket-wrecking demolition derby at last year's Australian Open, but lanky Polish phenom Jerzy Janowicz became the early leader on the tantrum board in his second-round match Wednesday.

With glaring sun turning Court 8 into a convection oven, the 24th-seeded Janowicz and India's Somdev Devvarman grappled through a first set that extended into a tiebreaker and lasted 79 minutes. On set point at 9-8, Janowicz watched ...

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