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Roger makes ATP World Tour Finals

01.09.2010 | Tennis

By winning the first round of the US Open, Roger has earned his spot in the year ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, to be held in London coming November. The ATP World Tour Finals highlights the worlds top eight singles tennis contenders along with a total of eight doubles teams playing to be officially crowned at the 2010 ATP World Tour winners.


Roger has won the ATP World Tour 2003-04 in Houston and 2006-07 in Shanghai. He is the second singles player this year after Rafael Nadal to have confirmed his spot in this seasons Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. It will be Roger's ninth appearance in series in the season ending tournament as he stands at 29-7 in the championship.


"I am extremely glad as it is the ninth season in a row that I have managed to qualify for the season ending competition, Roger said. "I have contested in a variety of different places throughout my professional tennis career and I can surely say that it is one of the fantastic places to play the game of tennis. Therefore, I am definitely looking forward to once again return there in the month of November and finish the year strongly.


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09/03/2010 | 12:04 PM
Great news - got tickets, but wouldn't have gone if you weren't there!!! Love, Liz x
09/03/2010 | 10:11 AM
The One Roger Federer!
09/03/2010 | 02:16 AM
"it is the ninth season in a row"

Roger, you are the best
Wish you fulfill your goal and win every tournament
Believe in you
09/03/2010 | 01:14 AM
Hi Roger,

Good Luck and all the best to every tournament for year 2010,

09/03/2010 | 01:14 AM
Hi Roger,

Good Luck and all the best to every tournament for year 2010,

09/03/2010 | 12:12 AM
Dear Roger: Is my greatest wish that you make this your fifth! Lots of Love. Ranjolie.
09/02/2010 | 10:31 PM
Roger defeated Andreas Beck, 6-3, 64, 6-3
Under the most grueling conditions..
A real scorcher out there on the court and he his his leg with his racket...but I understand its nothing serious ,just a nasty scratch...
the bleeding is what scared everybo
09/02/2010 | 10:26 PM
Dear Roger
Congratulations! You played well, both of you had the wind to beat as well, but you were far better. Honestly, I didn't expect anyrhing else than you winning this match. Hope you didnd't injure your leg.
Thank you for making me happy, dear Ro
09/02/2010 | 08:31 PM
we meant A-L-L-E-Z!!!!!!

we meant C'MONNNNN!!!!!

we meant LET'S GO!!!!!!!

09/02/2010 | 08:28 PM
we were right about Tipsarevic being classy:

http://msn.foxsports.com/tennis/story/andy-roddick-sinks-ryan-harrison-soars-at-US-Open-090110 --> The professorial look is justified. Tipsarevic reads Nietzsche and Dostoevsky, speaks near flawless Engli