Mikhail Youzhny writes 'sorry' with foot in Paris clay

Mikhail Youzhny
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After losing the first set 6-0 in his third-round match against David Ferrer, Mikhail Youzhny traces the word 'sorry' in the clay with his foot in Paris.

Mikhail Youzhny has carved out the word 'sorry' with his foot in the Roland Garros clay after slumping to a 6-0 loss in the opening set of his third round match this morning.

The Russian is taking on sixth seed David Ferrer at the French Open and is now also a break down in the second.

Youzhny, 29, has a history of strange on-court displays; he once made himself bleed from the head after hitting himself with his own racquet.

You can follow coverage of today's match and all the other action at the French Open with us on Sports Mole here.

Click "play" below to watch the 2008 incident.

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