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Out in quarters

20.08.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger dropped out of the quarter finals in Cincinnati as he lost 6-2, 7-6(3) to Tomas Berdych.


Roger had a hard time with Berdych's aggressive play in the first set. On his own second serve, he managed to win a mere 10% of the points played. Roger went on to improve his serve in the second set, taking it into a tie-break after just missing a chance for a break-ball. But he simply committed too many errors during the last phase of the match, losing against Berdych for the third time in their last four encounters.

The US Open - the last Grand Slam of the season - starts in New York in 10 days time.

 
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08/22/2011 | 11:19 AM
U know.. u king of the slam... believe that 20gs atleast before u retire!!
08/22/2011 | 11:19 AM
U know.. u king of the slam... believe that 20gs atleast before u retire!!
08/22/2011 | 10:14 AM
Good Luck in US Open.
08/22/2011 | 09:51 AM
Hello there,

So many comments, maybe someone asked before sorry, but I saw the handshake at the end of Fed-Berdych, and it was a cold one (Roger didn't even look Berdych in the eyes). Unusual for Roger. Anybody knows why Roger was so upset?

Good Luck for Flushing Roger, 17th sounds good to me!
08/22/2011 | 09:32 AM
CJM is so right. Look at Berdych he pounded Roger and had to retire from his game against Djokovic. Previous to that Tsonga who pounded Roger at the Rogers cup had to retire against Djokovic. Now the Joker is suffering from shoulder injury. Go Roger go we love you and support you.
08/22/2011 | 09:26 AM
Hey what a SHAME,
funny Murray!!!!!!!!!!!!11
your last chance USOPEN.
Please more practise Please
Good luck
08/22/2011 | 09:00 AM
Good to see Murray win something, but with the Djoker retiring due to yet another injury, somewhat of a hollow victory. Just read that, now 2 people have beaten Nole, Murray and Roger. As far as I am concerned only Roger has had a genuine victory. Roger may still have his day, he has a stronger and healthier body than the others despite being 30. All the others are so busy playing their power game their bodies are falling apart. Rogi has always listened to and looked after his body.
08/22/2011 | 08:19 AM
Roger, ... your difference with other's... you're not making excuses when you loose, unlike others... retiring, injured, (lame excuses)... they could not admit loosing...

Have you ever seen our Champ retiring from a match what ever was the result and score ... "The character of the man is even superior to his works"
Go Rog ... we still need you... don't retire yet...
08/22/2011 | 05:50 AM
IT'S NICE TO HAVE SOMEONE LIKE ''FED&NOLE'' PLANTED INTO THE SITE. HE MAKES IT MORE EXCITING. HE DRIVES MORE VIVID CONVERSATIONS. IT'S LIKE ADDING SOME SALT & PEPPER TO A HOT MEAL. HE SAYS 'FEDERER' IS OVER. I THINK FEDERER'S BEST ARGUMENT IS TO WIN THE US FINAL, AND INEVITABLY, SHUT HIS MOUTH UP.
08/22/2011 | 05:37 AM
I think the Murray/Djoko final match is an interesting insight into the men's game today. Are there cracks in Djoko's armour? There are bound to be soon.

The U.S. Open is wide open and you have to include Roger in the mix. The way that he will win another Slam or two is by raising his game and essentially inserting the old dominance on other players unsuspectingly.

It could happen and I certainly hope it does. I think this is what keeps Roger going too.
Go Roger in the U.S. Open!