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Roger sits out Davis Cup

07.11.2006 | Tennis

Roger has opted not to represent Switzerland in the opening round of the Davis Cup (February 09 to 11, 2007). He wants to focus on retaining his position as number one in the world rankings, and is thus concentrating on other events.

 

"Winning the Davis Cup is too big and too important a goal just to try it when it is not the top priority," Roger said. The Swiss federation obviously understands Roger’s decision, but nevertheless regrets it.

 

Futhermore, it is now official that the encounter will take place in Geneva in the Palexpo hall, just like the last three rounds.

 

 

 
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04/06/2007 | 03:08 PM
this is a good decision.

roger is not so expressive in his views.

so if he fails after this a lot of dissapointment will be there!!!!!!!!!1
04/06/2007 | 09:29 AM
Hi Roger,

In any sports person represents his country rather than himself . I think ur country should placed before urself. You can achieve ur number one position anytime u wish but winning for country u given respect and love is a diffe
03/27/2007 | 11:53 PM
hey roger, you are going on the right track, dont worry what people say. i mean there is a davis cup every year. but if you lose your continuous stand at no. 1, it will take another huge amount of time to make it back. so do what you wanna do and do not l
03/19/2007 | 08:21 AM
Smooth move! all smiles here!

Orissa from Oshawa, Canada

03/05/2007 | 08:15 AM
roger should take part in davis cup
03/03/2007 | 09:16 AM
Ok,Jst Do It^_^
03/02/2007 | 06:32 AM
It's tough being the best athlete (and the BEST in the world for that matter) in your country that so much has to be relied on you. It's always a given that your country wins everytime you play in the Davis Cup but I think your countrymen doesn't mind you
02/18/2007 | 10:53 PM
"Winning the Davis Cup is too big and too important a goal just to try it when it is not the top priority" - Davis Cup is a team game played under the country's name. Its not you who is going to win it. So please consider it like the goal of your country
02/16/2007 | 05:58 PM
Just for saying to docplm :
Welcome to this fascinating imaginary world, doctor !
Sorry for being late, but you know, human is an emotional being and emotions make forget, sometimes, somethings
02/15/2007 | 01:55 AM
Supporting Tennis is to participate to all rounds of DC, as an assiduous student in some national class or a solder in some national army ? Is assiduity in DC, the most determinant aspect of Tennis ? More generally, representing officially his country i
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