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First title in Paris-Bercy

13.11.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 3

Roger captured the 69th title of his career thanks to a 6-1, 7-6(3) victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the ATP-1000 tournament in Paris today!

 

"I've been waiting for this for a long time," Roger said. "I'm really happy to have finally made it."

Roger played Tsonga for the sixth time this year and clearly took control this time, winning the first five games before closing out the first set in just 30 minutes. The second set went without a break. The tie-break was all Roger, who won the first four points and opened a 6-1 lead before finally ending it on his third match point.

Roger is only the seventh male player in the Open Era (since 1968) to win 800 matches. Furthermore, next to the 802 wins he has a total of 18 career Masters titles.

Roger will carry a 12-match winning streak into the ATP World Tour Finals, which open next Sunday in London.

 
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11/14/2011 | 09:28 PM
Félicitations au plus grand tennisman de tous les temps ! C'est un immense plaisir de te voir jouer. J'en redemande...
Bonne chance pour Londres.
11/14/2011 | 08:43 PM
The "Maestro" is back!!!!...There is nothing better as a tennis fan than to watch you play at your best...Best of luck in London!!!...
11/14/2011 | 08:13 PM
Pls. make 3 for 3 straight wins, i.e. BASEL/BERCY/BARCLAYS, hey, whaddya know, they ALL begin w/ a B for the best in our lion king of tennis champ or what????

U can go for your 6th win there @ Barclays, champ....LET'S DO IT~!!!
11/14/2011 | 08:09 PM
great article, LOULOUCHE~!

congrats 2 this 1st-time Bercy/Paris win, champ~! U'RE IN THE 4-MAN ELITE GROUP WHO DIDN'T DROP A SET HERE...

anyhoo, pls. DEFEND your WTF title @ Barclays 'cuz THE 02 ARENA'S ALSO YOUR HOME COURT~!

also, that 1st game of 1st set could've gone as an UPSET 'cuz that last IN shot from Tsonga wuz called out incorrectly, BUT U PREVAIL BY NEVER LET YOUR WINNING SIGHT GONE ASTRAY~!

NOW, LET'S TAKE BARCLAYS...
11/14/2011 | 07:53 PM
Congratulations ! Again ! You played an excellent tournament. Sublime serving, great returns, graceful volleys and powerful forehand and backhand shots with minimal unforced errors. Well done.

Now... on to London. Hope to see you at the semis & final @ the O2 Arena. Good luck at the Masters'. By the way, have purchased your Leonardo Da Vinci tickets @ the National Gallery yet ? With you...always.
11/14/2011 | 07:41 PM
Roger I'm really happy for the fact that you have won this Paris Bercy title and your first 1000 masters title and Paris makes you wait so much though but at the end gives you what you want so great you played well worked hard and took the control of the match from the beginning great strategy and your daughter waking you up in the early morning was surely a good sign for you so great Roger all the best for London just play the way you played here love you kisses to u and to your daughters
11/14/2011 | 07:21 PM
Great analysis from Peter Bodo about the "Roger on fire" !

http://blogs.tennis.com/tennisworld/2011/11/freddy-federer.html
11/14/2011 | 07:02 PM
Roger I am a tennis player I love many
11/14/2011 | 06:57 PM
Congrats Roger!! Without dropping a set!!! You come out on top each time you play aggressive, focused, and serving well. And that's exactly what happened this time. Furthermore, your unforced errors were amazingly minimal. I don't know whether lesser unforced errors could win matches, but, I know for sure, unforced errors could ruin matches & break hearts aplenty. Good luck for London as well... With love, Gladson... your all-time fan & friend... take care...
11/14/2011 | 06:22 PM
Fantastic, brilliant victory, and nice to see you looking so happy too! Hope you can carry the momentum on to London - best of luck!
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