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Quarters in Paris

03.06.2012 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger came from a set down to beat "Lucky Loser" David Goffin (ATP 109) 5-7, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 in the round of the last 16 at the French Open today.

"David has played an extraordinary tournament," Roger said in an interview after the match. "I congratulate him from the bottom of my heart."

Roger had a rough start into the match as the youngster played fresh and confident to take the first set. Roger only managed his first break towards the end of the second set, levelling in sets and giving our champ some room. Roger then found his rhythm and was not in any further trouble from there on.
Roger will now either meet Juan Martin del Potro (ATP 9) or Tomas Berdych (ATP 7) in the quarter-finals.

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06/05/2012 | 05:54 PM

Injured player ?? All commedy !!!
06/05/2012 | 05:51 PM
I don't think you are able to compete in any slams any more you have no trust in yourself it is just a shame you will be defeated from injured player and he will quit in SF
06/05/2012 | 05:49 PM
that is killing the way you play is out of competition
06/05/2012 | 05:38 PM
if you loose second then say good bye to the grand salms
06/05/2012 | 05:37 PM
06/05/2012 | 05:32 PM
come on concentrate you can
06/05/2012 | 05:31 PM
break him please don't put yourself under pressure to loose the set next game
06/05/2012 | 05:30 PM
you are playing very bad game in front of injured player what happen you seems don't want to meet djoke
06/05/2012 | 05:26 PM
that is very weak game with very low 1st serve percentage and low return very high unforced errors if you loose second set it is done
06/05/2012 | 05:23 PM
you have to be more aggressive