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Joanna
10.09.2014 | 19:03
I am far for blaming or accusing anybody, but in my opinion the tennis players should request the mandatory drug testing at least at every Grand Slam tournament . It should be like in other sports out and open. It is not fair to all the players who are real advocates of the sport and train hard for their achievements. I am really surprised that the mandatory testing is not done in such a competitive and physically challenging sport like today's tennis. In all GS it should be a MUST .
Jerry DeCaire
10.09.2014 | 06:35
Roger, I've seen a lot of posts here giving a lot of advice and it's hard to tell the good from the bad. One can only know that by personally knowing you and your commitment to the game. Only you know if you have some hidden reserve in yourself. Only you can know if you could have practiced harder or gone to a mountain top in some sort of zen to dig a little deeper. But with a wife and two kids, how much deeper can you dig? Find again what makes you the best because that's what you are!
JET
10.09.2014 | 05:08
PLEASE DON"T TELL ME THAT CELIC IS A CHEATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
mental thing
10.09.2014 | 03:54
Roger, please use this time to find a great mental coach. You seemed totally overwhelmed, surprised, subdued, out of sorts, uncharacteristic in the semi. Novak at least got one set. You were down two sets in just about 1 hour. How could it have gone so fast and so easily for your opponent? Like I said before, you seemed like a nice school boy who is pushed around and succumb to pressure. If a player pressures you, you back out. Monfil stopped pushing you. Cilic didn't. So, you backed down.
Monique du Québec
10.09.2014 | 02:18
Merci Roger pour les merveilleux moments de l'année 2014 au tennis et notamment a Cincinnati ainsi qu'au US Open. Je suis ta carrière depuis 2002 a Wimbledon et tu ne cesses de m'inspirer par la beauté de ton jeu et ta grande classe en tant qu'athlète et être humain. Continue a nous inspirer par ta classe et ta persévérance . Te regarder jouer au tennis est et demeure toujours le plus beau des cadeaux . Mes bons souhaits a toi et a toute ta famille. Avec admiration. Monique
A Friend in Costa Rica
09.09.2014 | 23:03
AND ONLY THEN YOU WILL HAVE THE REQUIRED FUEL TO GET YOU TO FURTHER VICTORIES. YOU SHOWED YOU HAVE GUTS WHEN PLAYING AGAINST MONFILLS AND I AM PROUD OF THAT, YOU STILL HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN BIG ROGER BUT YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR MENTALITY AND GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE AS A LEGEND OF TENNIS WITH ALL THE FAME, THE MONEY, THE INTERVIEWS, THE GUEST APPEARANCES, ALL THOSE FLASHY THINGS ARE NICE BUT THEY ARE DISTRACTING FOR YOU, GROW BACK A BURNING HUNGER AND GET DOWN TO BUSINESS, YOU CAN DO IT
A Friend in Costa Rica
09.09.2014 | 22:51
...YOU DID NOT PLAY VERY WELL AGAINST CILIC, IT WAS AN IMPORTANT AND SENSIBLE OPPORTUNITY WASTED, I'M SURE THAT, JUST LIKE ALL OF US, YOU MUST HAVE FELT VERY FRUSTRADED BY THE OUTCOME OF THAT MATCH...BUT YOU CAN USE THAT FRUSTRATION AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR FURTHER PROGRESS. FIRST, YOU NEED TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG AND THEN YOU MOVE ON FROM THERE, YOU HAVE ACOMPLISHED A LOT IN TENNIS BUT DON'T BE COMFORTABLE ONLY WITH YOUR PAST VICTORIES, BECOME AS HUNGRY AS A NEWCOMER, THEN...