Alexandr Dolgopolov Eats a Hot Dog [Video]
by Tom Gainey | January 25th, 2011, 7:23 pm
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One of the breakout stars of the men’s event is Alexandr Dolgopov. The 22-year-old from the Ukraine plays Andy Murray later tonight at the Australian Open.

Yesterday, however, Dolgopolov, whose father played pro tennis, took part in an Australian BBQ at the Australian Open.

In the video, Dolgopolov’s Australian coach, Jack Reader, teaches his young star how to cook a hot dog, Aussie-style. He also talks about his hair which has been a topic of discussion.

For more read this interview with Dolgopolov.


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3 Comments for Alexandr Dolgopolov Eats a Hot Dog [Video]

contador Says:

kicked back watching federer and wawa.

what did he say? europe is a “spitfires” away from here?


andrea Says:

arrgh. wish you could replay that smash in the first set….shoulda been a tie break.


Cherry Says:

I want to eat that hotdog prepared by Alexandr. It sure looks yummy!
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