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Win! A HEAD Monster Combi Racket Bag


Originally published on: 28/06/12 00:00

When defending champion Novak Djokovic strutted onto Centre Court for the opening game of this year’s Championships you would be forgiven for thinking he had left his Monaco home with Rory McIlroy’s golf bag. The world No.1 drew giggles from the crowd when he stood his bag upright and withdrew a golf club before looking at it confusingly and returning it to his bag. The Serb was demonstrating the fold-out stand, a new feature in the recently launched HEAD Monster Combi racket bag.

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Who won the men’s singles at Wimbledon in 2011?
A. Andy Murray
B. Novak Djokovic
C. Rafael Nadal

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