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Roger flies into final

15.01.2009 | Tennis

Roger got in a good workout as he won the semifinal of the AAMI Classic today, holding off Spain's Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (5) at the Australian Open tune-up event.


"I'll play enough tennis this week, it's better to be on the match court," said our champ. "The second set wasn't the best of levels, he was struggling with the sun and I couldn't capitalise." After advancing on opening day in 57 minutes against Carlos Moya, Roger said that going three sets was fine.


He will await the winner of Friday's Promotion round match at the eight-man Australian Open tune-up, which will see his Davis Cup teammate Stan Wawrinka face Chile's Fernando Gonzalez.

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16.01.2009 | 13:30
Well done! Good luck in the final today!
I can't wait to see you play next week, instead of checking the scores on the computer!!!
Go Roger go!!!
16.01.2009 | 12:14
oh one more thing
please make it the perfect ending
16.01.2009 | 12:12
i don't know if i am right but it seems to be , and that makes you -if true - the most confident person in the world ,that there were unforced errors you couldn't have possibly committed yet you have a
16.01.2009 | 11:35
i haven't seen any of the games here, where is it televised? i hope to watch the finals.
but anyways, we believe in you Roger, you will win this match.
16.01.2009 | 10:36
my yesterday's wish:
a SWISS final!!!

Enjoy, practice and win!
16.01.2009 | 08:24
NIce win, your draw for AO includes JM dePotro in QF or D. Nalandian and potentially N.Djokovic in SF like last year !!

Good LUck !!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are the best !!!

NAdal will have to beat in form Murray !!
16.01.2009 | 08:17

*Pretty cool...


16.01.2009 | 08:06
16.01.2009 | 08:05
Great stuff, Roger. Keep it up and win!
Your fan always
love Jeanna xx
16.01.2009 | 08:04
I hope that you can work out why you are making so many unforced errors!! You can still be number one and win many more grand slams, if you return to your former instinctive game. You are a joy to watch, but not when you make so many unnecessary er