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16.03.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger has entered the round of the last sixteen in Indian Wells after clearly defeating Juan Ignacio Chela 6-0, 6-2.

Roger raced to the victory in just 58 minutes, the quickest so far in the 2011 ATP World Tour season! He dominated in all aspects of the game as Chela had trouble with his serve - committing 6 double faults - and winning a mere third of the rallies. Roger now leads with a 6-0 over the Argentinean.

Next up is America's Ryan Harrison (ATP 152) who entered the tournament with a Wild Card. The two have never met so far.

Roger is also on a winning streak in the doubles together with Stan Wawrinka. The two Swiss defeated the French pair Julien Benneteau/Richard Gasquet 6-4, 3-6 and finally 12-10 in the super tie-breaker. They are going to play Mark Knowles/Michal Mertinak in the quarter finals.

 
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16.03.2011 | 13:51
Fantastic!!!!
Well done Roger.. your doubles matches must be a joy to see.. however we are not treated to them here on TV. Good luck to you and Stan in your next match..

And CONGRATULATIONS for that marvellous display of RogerTennis we saw last night v J Ignacio... he looked totally bamboozled and you were supreme!

Onwards and upwards, Roger.. things are looking good RFland!! xxx
16.03.2011 | 13:20
Roger:
Well done, champ!!!!!!!!
Come on, now for the quarters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Barbara
16.03.2011 | 13:18
Bravo Maestro!
Go On Champ!
GOOD LUCK!
Just Do It Rog!
16.03.2011 | 13:11
Poor Chela!!!!!!! You were so 'superior' en every aspect that the Argentinian
never understood the game!!!!!!
Good luck tonight!!!!!
Love,
Adriana
16.03.2011 | 13:04
Emerina,
This confused me too so I looked at the ATP website. It says all players who finish in the top 30 at the end of 2009, had to play at least 1 ATP 500 event after the US Open in 2010 AND at least 4 throughout the year. If they do not, they will receive a zero-pointer for each one they do not. This means Roger will have to play 4 overall this year and 1 after the US Open before the points from Dubai count.

Hope this makes sense!
16.03.2011 | 13:02
Dear Roger,

So far so good! Look forward to watching you tonight! Good luck and I'll be cheering for you as always! :)

Your biggest fan,

Adeline
16.03.2011 | 12:50
Can somebody please explain something to me: In the previous tournament that Roger played, he got further than he got the previous time ... he was supposed to get around 200 points, but he got nothing. This also happened once late last year. Am I missing something?
16.03.2011 | 12:41
Congratulations Roger! Well Done!
16.03.2011 | 12:32
do u feel well ? i was afraid when u held your neck yesterday. Iam very please for your win
16.03.2011 | 12:22
Keep up the good work Roger, we will always pray for you.

God bless you always.