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Roger struggles to second round in Bangkok

28.09.2005 | Tennis

Roger was made to battle for the upper hand against Brazilian Marcos Daniel as he began the defense of his Thailand Open title, hurling his racket to the ground in frustration before winning 7-6 6-4 in 90 minutes.

 

His frustration was understandable as 133rd-ranked Daniel refused to be intimidated by the stature of his opponent and rallied well from the baseline. Roger will next meet the German qualifyer Denis Gremelmayr (ATP 239).

 
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09/29/2005 | 02:01 PM
Its them jet legs, you'll get over them soon enough, just keep away fm those spices, unless you love them like I do!
09/29/2005 | 01:53 PM
congrats rogi!!!
so glad to see you winning again!!
I know you can win more!!
GOOOOOOOO!!!!!

irene
09/29/2005 | 01:44 PM
Roger.
Visit Brasil, please
I need Know you.
Congratulations.
09/29/2005 | 01:18 PM
Congratulations Roger on your first round win. I just wish you could defend your Thailand Open title. Best of luck and God bless.
09/29/2005 | 01:11 PM
Well done Rogi:)))
You are the best:)))
Forever:)
Good luck in the future too!!!
Kisses
09/29/2005 | 01:10 PM
Well done Rogi:)))
You are the best:)))
Forever:)
Good luck in the future too!!!
Kisses
09/29/2005 | 12:26 PM
Well done Rog.......keep that racket under control though!!!.......i know u will.....!!!
09/29/2005 | 11:50 AM
congratulations roger



I enjoy to see your play you are the best



roger all of us we love you and we support you always





Bluesky
09/29/2005 | 11:44 AM
congratulations roger



I enjoy to see your play you are the best

roger all of us we love you and we support you always





bluesky
09/29/2005 | 11:10 AM
I cannot sww your match in Tailand Open due to there's no Sports Channel I can recerived have rights to show.
What a pity.

But I'll come to Shanghai next week to see you.
Hope you can defeat your Title in Bangkok, then come to Shanghai as a Champion
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