Baker's big chance to break into top 200 slips away
At some stage today, Jamie Baker will board a flight home from Melbourne, heading back to the "grind" of the National Tennis Centre at Roehampton.
At some stage today, Jamie Baker will board a flight home from Melbourne, heading back to the \"grind\" of the National Tennis Centre at Roehampton.
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His 7-6, 7-5, 6-2 defeat by Lukas Rosol, the conqueror of Rafa Nadal at Wimbledon last summer, left a sour taste, a missed opportunity to earn vital prize money, ranking points and more security for the months ahead.
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