1. Marcos Baghdatis has the longest winning streak in Davis Cup matches of all-time with 36 consecutive singles victories, surpassing the previously held record of 33 by Bjorn Borg.
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5. Marcos Baghdatis was forced to pull out of the Olympic Games in Rio due an elbow injury.
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6. Marcos Baghdatis extended his grass court season in Newport, and made the semi-finals before bowing out to eventual champion Ivo Karlovic.
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7. Marcos Baghdatis made the QF's in both Halle and Nottingham on grass, with his run in Halle en route to a straight sets victory over world number 8 Tomas Berdych.
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11. Marcos Baghdatis defeated for the second time in 2015 Gilles Muller in the quarter-finals 7 46 63.
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14. In Round 2, Marcos Baghdatis, struggling with his calf injury and form, was trailing two sets and a break down against Australian qualifier John Millman.
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16. Marcos Baghdatis made the final, before bowing out to American Ryan Harrison in straight sets.
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21. Marcos Baghdatis played Andy Murray in the third round of Wimbledon playing under the closed roof until 11.03pm, eventually losing in four sets.
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23. Marcos Baghdatis made it to the third round of the 2011 Australian Open, before retiring midway through the fourth set against Jurgen Melzer due to a finger injury.
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24. Marcos Baghdatis started the 2011 season by competing in the Brisbane International, losing in the quarterfinal to defending champion and second-seeded American Andy Roddick in two sets.
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25. Marcos Baghdatis was ousted in the opening round at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, losing to Jeremy Chardy in three sets.
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28. Marcos Baghdatis made a second-round appearance at the Open 13 tournament in Marseille, losing to eventual champion Michael Llodra.
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29. At the Australian Open, Marcos Baghdatis beat Italian Paolo Lorenzi in the opening round and 17th seed David Ferrer in the five-sets second round.
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30. Marcos Baghdatis started off the year at the Brisbane International, one of the first ATP 250 tournaments of the season.
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32. Marcos Baghdatis won his second ATP Challenger Tour title of the season, after defeating Xavier Malisse again, in the final of the Trophee des Alpilles in St Remy.
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33. Marcos Baghdatis failed to qualify for the Cincinnati Masters, losing to Robert Kendrick in the opening qualifying round.
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34. Marcos Baghdatis was defeated by Jeremy Chardy in the quarterfinals in two tiebreaks.
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37. Marcos Baghdatis was the eleventh seed at the Australian Open but could not match his success from the previous year, losing a second-round match to Gael Monfils in four sets.
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38. At Wimbledon, Marcos Baghdatis defeated Andy Murray in the fourth round in straight sets.
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39. At the French Open, Marcos Baghdatis lost in the second round in five sets to Julien Benneteau.
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43. Marcos Baghdatis held two match points in his first-round match against a resurging Juan Carlos Ferrero, but failed to convert them into a win.
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44. Marcos Baghdatis was one of only two players who won a set from eventual champion Roger Federer.
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46. On 14 July 2012, Marcos Baghdatis married the Croatian former tennis player Karolina Sprem.
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48. Marcos Baghdatis trained at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Paris on an Olympic Solidarity Youth Development Programme Scholarship since the age of 14 and learned to speak French.
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