The anti-Baghdatis has issues, no doubt, but his mysterious, misdirected rage makes him a personality, too. Taking a point from Sebastien Grosjean deep in the fifth set of their quarterfinal, after tossing his racquet and potentially distracting him, went against all the unwritten, and maybe even some of the written, laws of sportsmanship. I wouldn’t have thrown my racquet in that situation—I probably wouldn’t have had the energy—but knowing the irrationality that competition can inspire, I’m not prepared to say I would have given away a point at that stage, either.
At least somebody admits he's also unsure whether he had given the point away at that moment or not if he was in Kiwi's situation
to this writer