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Key Biscayne: the draw

23.03.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger left California and traveled to the East Coast of the USA in order to play the Sony Ericsson Open on Key Biscayne in Florida.

Like the other top seeds, Roger is exempt from the first round. He will either face Fabio Fognini (ATP 53) or Radek Stepanek (ATP 68) in round two. He could later take on Argentinia's Juan Monaco (ATP 35), before a meeting with either Marcos Baghdatis (ATP 24) or Mikhail Youzhny (ATP 14) is possible. Then, Andy Roddick, the defending champion, could be up in the quarter finals.

Roger, winner in 2005 and 2006, is in the same half of the draw as top-seeded Rafael Nadal. The two champions could meet in the semifinals.

 
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03/24/2011 | 04:15 PM
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Roger needs to modify his game plank, to build muscle strength, work on his core and sharpen his concentration. BEAUTY AND POWER build winners today !!!
Roger is the master of beautiful tennis , nothing and no one will take that away from him ! but to be competitive today and stay on top of the game you have to add POWER to the mix and Roger can ! I trust that he and his team are working
on a master plan for Miami !
03/24/2011 | 04:10 PM
Roger,
Although you are in a tough draw, I believe you will do your best!
Be confident and focused.
All of us, your fans, always support you.
Take care of yourself and good luck in Miami!!!!!!!!!!
To me, you're always the best!
Best wishes for you,
03/24/2011 | 03:55 PM
MAXFIT*
Your advice sounds good to me !!! I am not an expert, just a player and lover of tennis, but i appreciate that fitness of mind and body is essential for success in any sport especially single sport like tennis. Roger has all the tools...the best quality !
at this time in his career,if he wants to stay on top, and I believe he does ...
I agree that he needs a good "tune up",to improve his game.
03/24/2011 | 02:42 PM
***MONALEN, you don't know is what you said in your two posts, and that's exactly right! Only the player knows. We don't even know about other factors. If you followed tennis for years you should know that. We are not privy to things, and can't make judgments, and are not entitled to it anyway! One can make a judgment on one's own game, life, etc, no one else. Roger, you know how to ignore the comments that come from a lack of understanding tourneys, and all factors that play into it. Go at it!
03/24/2011 | 02:40 PM
I've high expectations from this tournament,Roger.
Best of luck! :)

love,
Pratha
03/24/2011 | 02:17 PM
Best of luck in Miami tough draw but you can do go for it Roger xxx
03/24/2011 | 12:58 PM
Good luck in Miami! Wish you beat all those young and dangerous. )
03/24/2011 | 12:27 PM
FOCUS. BE CONFIDENT. You can beat them. Good Luck Roger! Love lots! :))
03/24/2011 | 12:21 PM
Stay focused, stay aggressive, no lead is safe, put it away at the net, don't just toss it back!

Good luck, you're the best!


Ps. And if that forehand starts thinking for itself, limit the length of rallies, you'll need quick points. That's all the advice I can give for free ;)
03/24/2011 | 12:21 PM
Hello.
Please take care of yourself.
I believe you which Roger plays a amazing game, in Miami.
Good luck!! I'm always supporting you.