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A concentrated performance

31.08.2006 | Tennis

Roger improved to 56-1 in his last 57 North American hardcourt matches by trouncing Chinese Taipei's Yeu-Tzuoo Wang 6-4, 6-1, 6-0 in 100-minute fashion at Ashe Stadium. He swatted seven aces and broke Wang's serve eight times in a routine outing.


Brimming with confidence, Roger overpowered Wang with his superior shot making, and never allowed the Taiwanese to settle into the match at the Arthur Ashe main stadium. "I tried to play my game by being consistent and making him work hard," said Roger. "It really went well so this is a good start for me."


He next plays the winner of an all-British veterans battle between Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman. Roger, who waited until the third day of the tournament to hit the court, seemed to strengthen as the match progressed. He won 90 percent of his first serve points and hit twice as many winners (44-22) as Wang.


Roger has now won his last 15 matches in Flushing Meadows, seeking his ninth career Grand Slam title.

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09/01/2006 | 10:56 PM
Dear Roger,

Congratulations on your win against Henman.
Good luck for the next round!
09/01/2006 | 10:54 PM
Congratulations on winning your match against Henman. Can't wait to see you play again!
09/01/2006 | 09:25 PM
Congratulations. I saw you play against Tim and you looked good....keep rolling on to play your very best on Sept 10.
09/01/2006 | 07:45 PM
dear rog,

congrats on beating henman,again!not a tough match and you just played good enough to beat him.
i love your smile,rog!hope to see it again the day after tomorrow!
love and kisses!

09/01/2006 | 05:02 PM
good job Roger
i love you XXX
09/01/2006 | 05:01 PM
Nice Start!
Go for next match! Good luck!
09/01/2006 | 04:32 PM
You are the best, Roger! Today every young men love tennis because you are the tennis!
Congratulation King Roger!
09/01/2006 | 02:38 PM
Keep your winning, Roger!

Your serve is incredible strong, especially the 1st serve. And your 44 winners and 18 unforced errors shows that you have been at your top!

I should say congratulations to you although your opponent is a Chinese.

You se
09/01/2006 | 02:31 PM
Congratulations Roger! Keep it up abd good luck!
09/01/2006 | 02:31 PM
Congratulations Roger! Keep it up and good luck!
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