In Australian Open tennis action, Latvia's Ernests Gulbis smashed his racket after missing a volley that gave opponent Juan Monaco a break point during the second set of Monday's first round match.
After losing the first set 6-1, Gulbis was up 5-4 when he lost his temper and slammed his racket to the ground, then calmly walked to the sideline to grab a new one.
Gulbis seemed to like the new racket better, as he won the first round match in four sets to advance to the second round.
Video via SnappyTV. H/T Busted Racquet.