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Roger eases through

10.06.2010 | Tennis

Roger cruised into the quarter-finals of the Gerry Weber Open in Halle by defeating Alejandro Falla of Colombia 6-1, 6-2 today.

 

Roger needed just 52 minutes against Falla, dominating the match in all situations and scoring breaks at regular intervals. He has certainly proved that he has adjusted to the surface very well. He conceded just two break points in today's match on centre court but saved both of them.

 

Roger will now play Philipp Kohlschreiber in the last eight after the German's 6-4, 7-5 victory over Roger's countryman Marco Chiudinelli. Roger has won all four matches against the German - three of which were played on grass (one of them being the final in Halle in 2008).

 
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06/11/2010 | 02:30 PM
Fantastic, Roger!!!!!
Congratulations and good luck for the match against Kohlschreiber!!!!
We know that you will win in Halle, but the most important thing for us (and for you,naturally) is.... your win in Wimbledon!!!!
Go, King!!!!
We know that you
06/11/2010 | 01:41 PM
BOL ROGER!!!!!
06/11/2010 | 01:41 PM
Well done. Good luck against Kohlschreiber.
All the best,
ML
06/11/2010 | 01:38 PM
Congratulation my friend!! Come on come on come you can do it!! You are the best!
06/11/2010 | 01:29 PM
Well done Roger!
This one was easy! And you did play perfect!
Good luck in your next match and keep going like this !
:)<3
06/11/2010 | 01:17 PM
what a game !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
06/11/2010 | 12:59 PM
Well done again Roger Keep it up best of luck today Roger rules ok love Helen
06/11/2010 | 12:46 PM
Stunning display! Best of luck against Kohlschreiber!
06/11/2010 | 12:20 PM
love to greatest and best player who have ever took the racket in hands and started making magic on the court.
best luck in grass court season hope for seventh Wimbledon.
you can do it.
we know you can
love
06/11/2010 | 11:56 AM
Go Roger!
Serbia is with you.