(January 15, 2013) -- It's like clockwork: Every year at the Australian Open, Marcos Baghdatis gives the fans something to go crazy about. The 28th-seed has done his share of entertaining already in 2013, and the best may be yet to come. In case you missed it, Baghdatis played one of the most entertaining matches of the tournament on day one when he defeated the Spaniard Albert Ramos in a four-hour, fifteen-minute rock opera that featured some old-school heavy metal stylings from Baghdatis (See video above).
Whether he's smashing a bag full of racquets, keeping Lleyton Hewitt up all night, or pretending he's at a Slayer concert during a changeover, there's always something to see when Baghdatis takes the court in Melbourne.
He'll face Tatsuma Ito of Japan on Hisense Arena on day 3, and while it might not sound like must-see tennis at first glance, fans who tune in will likely get their money's worth and more.