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An almost perfect match

26.10.2006 | Tennis

Roger easily made his way into the quarter-finals of the Swiss Indoors. He won his 21st match in a row, beating Spain's Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-2, 6-0 in just 52 minutes.    

 

Roger was flawless as expected at the event where he has lost two finals. "I can't believe how well I'm playing," he said after reaching an 84-5 record this season.  "The match went so quickly, I just did everything well."  He even spoke of having displayed an almost perfect performance.

 

Roger’s opponent in the quarter finals tomorrow should not be too tough to beat. Roger leads the head-to-head 4-0 against the 24 year old David Ferrer. In a total of 8 sets played Roger has only had to drop eleven of 75 games. Ferrer has not won a single set against Roger so far.

 
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10/27/2006 | 11:38 AM
congratulations Roger!!!

GOOD LUCK!!!
10/27/2006 | 11:24 AM
Way to go, Roger! What a results! Amazing! Keep going!!
10/27/2006 | 11:18 AM
Dear Roger. I can imagine how special is this tournament for you. Is your home !!!!!!
All the best , you can win .
glorita
10/27/2006 | 10:46 AM
Congratulations Roger
Well done
Good Luck
10/27/2006 | 10:26 AM
I agree, it was almost perfect but there are more to come so please don't get too complacent. Remember, they will all be out to 'get you' now, especially Nalbandian if you meet him this time round.
Very best of luck for the quarters, hope your tennis i
10/27/2006 | 09:49 AM
Roger,

Really well done! congrats....as usual.
Enjoy playing.....your play and smile make me happy.
Good luck for QP!

MIwa
10/27/2006 | 09:42 AM
Congratulations!
Welcome to Shanghai,China.
10/27/2006 | 09:22 AM
oh.....superman.........too bad no tv coverage for this tournament in our place, couldn't watch you winning the championship this Sunday.......
10/27/2006 | 09:03 AM
Congratulations!!!!!
10/27/2006 | 09:00 AM
Congratulations! I am so happy for you.

Please take care. Stay healthy and injury-free.

When you lift the trophy again, please be careful NOT to let anyone attack your eyes with champagne again!
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