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Roger withdraws

16.05.2006 | Tennis

Roger - three-time champion (2002, 2004, 2005) - as well as Rafael Nadal have pulled out of the Hamburg Masters.

 

Due to the long and exhausting tournaments just behind him, Roger feels the need to take a break in order to fully regenerate. Roger and Mirka travelled to Hamburg this morning in order to meet with Walter Knapper, the tournament director.

 

In a tumultuous day at the clay-court tuneup for the French Open, Australian Open runner-up Marcos Baghdatis retired because of dizziness and stomach pains, and former No. 1 Carlos Moya and 2003 Hamburg champ Guillermo Coria slumped again with first-round exits. Other stars such as David Nalbandian, Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt or Andre Agassi will not be starting in Hamburg.

 
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17.05.2006 | 13:05
Well you oviesly need some rest from all that tournament rush. I wrily hope that for change you will beat Rafael on Roland Garros. I can only emagine how you felt when he beated you few days ago with so close result. Anyway good luck for upcoming tourname
17.05.2006 | 13:03
The Rome finals was really gruelling and so,u definitely need a break although the hamburg Masters was something U RULED ON!!.. But, RG is more important and we hope n pry u become the 2005 CHAMPION!!.. best of luck roger... We all care and support for u.
17.05.2006 | 13:02
Dear Roger,

I am sure this is the right decision. Because of where I live, which is another part of the world, I had to stay up at night to watch you play at Rome. I got very tired all week... I can imagine how exhausted you must have felt.

I wish t
17.05.2006 | 12:21
Rogi, so many occasion thrown out of the window against rafa..
but u learned a lesson both from montecarlo and rome's finals..u can't beat him playing him open on the forehand..he has a first class forehand so is wise from u to attack him on the backhand
17.05.2006 | 12:03
Good for you to take a rest, as to restore enough energy for the coming grand slam. Sure you're gonna win this time!
Have a good break!
17.05.2006 | 10:17
Good decision Roger, your health is what matters most! Absolutely can't wait to see you play and win it Roland Garros! We have all faith in you! Enjoy this break, Rogi! Love you forever!!!
17.05.2006 | 07:29
Roger, I fully support you in your decision to withdraw from Hamburg. I think you should take a break and have a rest.

I also do think that it's quite unrealistic for the top players to play back-to-back Masters Series and that the ATP should give som
17.05.2006 | 07:05
Roger why you lose? why you lose the chance to win? you was best from him
your play was very very good and so best from Nadal on clay ground . I see this in your last match with him , you can win in a three sets but you was tardy some thing ,you must ta
17.05.2006 | 07:04
Roger why you lose? why you lose the chance to win? you was best from him
your play was very very good and so best from Nadal on clay ground . I see this in your last match with him , you can win in a three sets but you was tardy some thing ,you must ta
17.05.2006 | 07:03
Roger why you lose? why you lose the chance to win? you was best from him
your play was very very good and so best from Nadal on clay ground . I see this in your last match with him , you can win in a three sets but you was tardy some thing ,you must ta