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Another unexpected break

19.08.2010 | Tennis

Roger can profit from another unexpected break, moving on to the quarter finals in Cincinnati. He advanced by walkover as his third-round opponent Philipp Kohlschreiber retired due to a right shoulder injury.


Roger has yet to play a complete match this week and will play either Russian sixth seed Nikolay Davydenko or number 10 David Ferrer of Spain on Friday.

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08/21/2010 | 01:16 PM
Congrates for the advances Roger!
08/21/2010 | 07:02 AM
go go go don't look behind >> keep going and we all with u . go gor it man .
08/21/2010 | 06:44 AM
Go Roger Go!
08/21/2010 | 06:13 AM
08/21/2010 | 05:26 AM
This match will soon become the next standard. Terrible.
08/21/2010 | 05:24 AM
Once he picked up the speed, his biggest forehand in the past backed. Non-sense. It was the older Federer, who fired the biggest winner.
08/21/2010 | 05:20 AM
Thanks very much for the joke. The funniest joke in the world. You really have got some sense of humour. Thanks again. LOL.
08/21/2010 | 05:20 AM
theluckyfed, YEAH. Perhaps you're right. This Federer was too strong for anyone. Roger's no longer mentally blocked. That was the best Roger. Everyone saw that.
08/21/2010 | 05:15 AM
aww Philipp, but good luck roger (:
08/21/2010 | 05:14 AM
Hi! Everyone! Feeling surprised? It's Nadal who choked this time and not his opponent. That brilliant passing shot from Baghdatis in Nadal's last serving game must have haunted him and choked the game away with a double-fault. LOL.
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