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Roger reaches 3rd round

23.06.2010 | Tennis

Roger advanced to the third round by beating qualifier Ilija Bozoljac 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 7-6 (5). The six-time champion had a slightly easier time than in his opening match, when he overcame a two-set deficit. But he had trouble putting Bozoljac away, converting only three of 13 break-point chances. Roger, playing on unfamiliar territory on Court One, managed to avoid being broken throughout the match and eventually prevailed in two hours and 46 minutes.


“I wish they were straight sets, obviously," Roger said. "But as long as you're moving on, especially at Wimbledon, I'm a happy man." "He was playing really well," the Swiss admitted. 


Roger now takes on either Frenchman Arnaud Clement or Australian Peter Luczak.

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06/25/2010 | 10:56 AM
2nd Step ... Done !!!

Go Go Go Roger !!!
06/25/2010 | 10:55 AM
Roger KRALJU !
06/25/2010 | 10:33 AM
Great win against Bozo he was serving so big, but you got the break points and won, have a great game against Clement, looking forward to watching the match, glad that you met the Queen yesterday only fitting that the King of Wimbledon should meet the Que
06/25/2010 | 10:28 AM
hi roger you are legend ilove you but i don,t know wath are you doing in this gs wi want 7th wibledon come on ok>?>
06/25/2010 | 10:24 AM
Come on, Roger!!
06/25/2010 | 10:02 AM

Go Rog!!!!
You play fantastic!
Keep on Champ!
Just Do It Roger!!!
06/25/2010 | 09:23 AM
Congratulations,Roger!!!Best of luck in next round!!! Ludmila from Poland
06/25/2010 | 08:55 AM
Dear Fans
May I suggest that you go to www.goroger.net and look at this stunning interview from Roger.Go to the video interviews and find June 24 EPSN.
This is Roger at his best where he speaks about his luncheon with the Queen, his tennis so far this t
06/25/2010 | 08:36 AM
congrats Roger
beat Clement, you can do it
show your game and beat all your next opponents
you can do it
love to the greatest
06/25/2010 | 08:32 AM
less slice, more backhand winners.