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Roger rolls into 3rd round

02.09.2006 | Tennis

Roger continued his progress through the draw at Flushing Meadows with a 6-3 6-4 7-5 victory over Tim Henman (ATP 62) on Friday.


He has now won their last five meetings - having lost six of their first seven encounters.


Roger won the opening set in just 39 minutes. He broke twice in the second set before Henman finally came to life, breaking the defending champion for the first and only time before Roger closed out. The third set was much closer as the Briton began to advance in to the net and put some confidence in his trademark volleys. But Tim Henman was having no joy on the Roger serve, and the world number one managed to crank up the pressure to break at 5-5 before closing out the match.


"I thought it was a solid match because I didn't give him any chances on my own service games and that's what I wanted to do from the start," said Roger.


He will face either American Vince Spadea or Jonas Bjorkman of Sweden in the third round.

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09/03/2006 | 03:12 AM
you are the best player.To be the winner,all of us will support you forever.
09/03/2006 | 12:22 AM
Congratulation,very good match. Go roger!
09/03/2006 | 12:19 AM

No one can stop your Empire!!

You're the One!!
09/03/2006 | 12:14 AM
Roger, this is the 3rd US Open of your career!
09/02/2006 | 11:28 PM
Well done so far Rog!
Good luck for the rest of the tournament!
09/02/2006 | 11:14 PM
Well donne Roggi, I hope you keep in this way
All my love and support
09/02/2006 | 10:18 PM
hope you get the trophy
i know that winning hinman wasn't so easy but i know that you will win!!!
your best best best best best fan on EARTH!!
09/02/2006 | 09:10 PM
Hi Roger!

Good work, I saw thematch and you very impressed me especially with that point when you hit the ball between your legs!!! That shows that you are the one and truelly world number one!!! ;)

All best wishes in forward I have fingers crossed
09/02/2006 | 09:03 PM
congratulations roger.. u are simply the best..i watched ur match as always and u did a good job..it was great..
if u continue to be concentrate and reduse the unforced errors u will defeat ur throne much easier!!!
i wish u good luck for the rest of th
09/02/2006 | 08:44 PM
Hi, Roger. It seems more London than New York lately during 2006 US Open. It should be frustrating and exostings...

I am very happy for your win over Tim Henman. You did a good job including the trick between your knees. It looked very amusing and
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