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Paris: the draw

07.11.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Straight from Basel to Paris: Roger will play this year's last Masters 1000 tournament in Paris this week.

With a bye in the first round, he will compete against the winner of the match between France's Adrian Mannarino (ATP 83) and Russia's Dmitry Tursunov (ATP 39). He could meet another Frenchman in the second round: Richard Gasquet (ATP 18). Later, a meeting with Mardy Fish in the quarter-final would be possible. In the semifinals Roger could then play Andy Murray, the current world number three.

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11/09/2011 | 12:14 AM
I'm expecting you to beat Richard in straight sets.
11/08/2011 | 11:50 PM
Hello Roger!!!
See you play is always an amazing show of technical, greatness, talent and determination, noting that a lion is always a great warrior. Great week!!! :)
11/08/2011 | 10:04 PM
Roger, I'm not too concerned that after you get a feel for the court you can definitely "bring it" particularly now.

Since you weren't playing I really had no reason to comment.
11/08/2011 | 09:48 PM
Roger after watching your brilliance on Sunday I have every confidence you will do well in Paris. "Good Luck Feds" will be with you all the way Come On!
11/08/2011 | 08:17 PM
The best to you and your fans.
11/08/2011 | 07:26 PM
All the best for tomorrow's match against Mannarino, champ.
It's a long way ahead, but you've proved to feel confident and focused on court, so maybe this will be your time to take the trophy in Paris for the first time.

I wish you a wonderful week and I hope to see you getting a new title in your career.
Keep doing, Roger. Always with you.
Come on!
11/08/2011 | 07:16 PM
All the best for tomorrow against Adrian and hope that the FedExpress continues rolling down the track (so to speak!) to the final. Great victory in Basel and everyone seemed to enjoy your win very much, thought Kei was a sweety as well. GO ROGER!!
11/08/2011 | 06:06 PM
Good luck.
11/08/2011 | 06:05 PM
11/08/2011 | 05:06 PM
Good Luck, Roger!
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