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Stockholm ten years later

18.10.2010 | Tennis

Welcome back to Stockholm, Roger! Our champ is playing the Stockholm Open this week - his last participation in the tournament in Sweden's capital dates back to 2000 (where he lost to Andreas Vinciguerra in round two).


Roger, the number one seed, will play either America's Taylor Dent (ATP 101) or Poland's Michal Przysiezny (ATP 91) after a first round bye. He could then meet Stanislas Wawrinka (ATP 21) in the quarter finals and Ivan Ljubicic (ATP 17) in the semis.


The two other top seeds Robin Söderling (ATP 5) and Tomas Berdych (ATP 6) are on the other half of the drawn and thus potential opponents for the final.


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10/19/2010 | 02:43 PM
I just want to say:

You play spectacular tennis ! I admire your personality and duration in tennis courts ! I wish you can achieve your goals and you make me want to play so good as possible for me !
I never though I could have idols , furthermore at
10/19/2010 | 02:17 PM
Carry your momentum Roger.ALL THE BEST.
10/19/2010 | 02:16 PM
All the best for you , Roger.You are the biggest star, so you will win.VAMOS!!!
10/19/2010 | 02:13 PM
Dearest Roger,
enjoy the tournament and your time with your beautiful wife & daughters!
Best of luck!
Love & hugs,
10/19/2010 | 02:06 PM
Good Luck Roger. Train a lot as you can. Be number #1 again like many years ago. :)
10/19/2010 | 01:57 PM
GO ON ROGER !!!!!!!!! Best lucks and health.
10/19/2010 | 01:49 PM
we all here waiting for you man . good luck man .be the best as always hero we dont want to say its a bad seson for you we stel waiting the end of this seson
10/19/2010 | 01:42 PM
Go Roger susu
i love you very much
10/19/2010 | 12:57 PM
Hope you adjust to the time difference! Whew!
Enjoy the tourney and win that trophy.
All the best,
10/19/2010 | 12:41 PM
I lost the dead-line to the RE, Roger. Sorry. Here my wishes of a good tournament for you. Be happy, play with joy, it is all that matters. God bless you, Roger!