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Bagdathis prepares his great comeback
What gives Marcos the Power to Perform?
More than 10 years after his outstanding breakout performance, Marcos Baghdatis is ready for the 2018 Australian Open. Melbourne means something special to Marcos. At this tournament, he wrote some of the most important pages of his career. In Australia, Baghdatis is a real fan favorite. Support and expectations will definitely be high.

In order to prepare for the big event, Marcos decided to come back to where it all started: Cyprus. The support of his family, true friends and his coach to prepare physically and mentally for the big games. Baghdatis grew up in the courts of Limassol. “It brings a lot of emotions and happiness to be back here”. The perfect place where to gain new energy and motivation.

After several injuries and setbacks, it is time for the Cypriot player to make the audience scream his name again.
“Melbourne feels like home.” says Marcos. As the tournament gets closer, the training gets more intense: running on the beach, spinning on the bike, power-lifting in the gym. But the most important exercises are on court, preparing the perfect shot that makes the difference on the Grand Slam stage. Supported by Mizuno’s Wave Exceed Tour 3, Marcos prepared for a more aggressive game on the court.

Sacrifice. Hard Work. Talent. On the Australian court, Marcos Baghdatis is ready to show what really means to have the “POWER TO PERFORM”.
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