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Final in Halle

16.06.2012 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger cruised past Russia's Mikhail Youzhni 6-1, 6-4 today to book a spot in the final in Halle.

Roger was never really in danger, dominating play in the first set. He continued in just the same manner in the second, fighting off three break points, though, to make everything clear after exactly 60 minutes on his fourth match ball.

Roger will play his 105th final tomorrow. He will either meet Philipp Kohlschreiber, who defeated Rafael Nadal in the quarters, or Tommy Haas, who won against Tomas Berdych.

 
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06/17/2012 | 04:05 PM
@Boting

Yes, I know about Sampras and about what Roger wants ;). I'm just speculating here, nothing else :) (But of course I would be over the moon if he won Wimbledon)
06/17/2012 | 04:05 PM
RogFedFan1991...you pay your tax? So? Everybody does. I don't care if he is done, everybody will be, but what he did in tennis will not be erased, no matter what he will do in the future. I just want to see him playing, if he wants, I want to see magic, he is the only player who can do that. Yes, maybe he can't do often, but I will watch every match, I wanted to see Nadal or Djokovic, #1 and #2 in rankings, but I couldn't...to boring.
06/17/2012 | 04:01 PM
***RF109***

forgetting that Nadal is 26 and four more years to go Federer is almost 31
and has nigling injuries who are difficult to cure quick on that age.....
06/17/2012 | 03:59 PM
You can't rank business's either maybe by the amount of net worth but thats about it but then it depends on industry. Not the point I was responsed to your comment that I'm nothing well I'm clearly providing more to the world unless of course you are working on something of worth if your smart you should be no?
06/17/2012 | 03:58 PM
cont
It is only a tennis tournament not the end of the world.
No-one is a more ardent fan of Roger than myself--however, I am realistic and know that one cannot or will win everything.There is alwys an opponent.
Naturally I would have liked Roger to win-My only hope that he did not injure himself with the fall.
Roger played some wonderful tennis this week, great preparation for Wimbledon and the Olympics.
David Nalbandian was playing Queens final--another player back from injury
Margaret
06/17/2012 | 03:57 PM
None of your business (Excuse the pun) If your a genuis then you should know Roger is done? And so what? I pay more tax and provide more to the world than you by owning a business bloody uneducated twit. The break after Miami was needed he looked sluggish there.
06/17/2012 | 03:57 PM
***ULTRASTARK**

DIFFIRENCE BETWEEN FEDERER AND SAMPRAS
SAMPRAS WAS ALMOST 32 NR. 17 ON THE ATP LIST AND ON THE VERGE OF ENDING HIS CAREER. !!!
FEDERER WANTS TO REGAIN THE NR.1 SPOT AND WIN WIMBLEDON AND THE
OLYMPICS
06/17/2012 | 03:57 PM
No one questioned nadal when he lost three straight grand slam finals against djokovic, as in he have lost his confidence, shots and speed. That nadal should retire cause no one have ever lost 3 straight gs finals in open era. Then why being a fan people question about rogers ability, what he can and can't.
I have the feeling that roger's gonna win Wimbledon 2012. Inshallah. May Allah bless him with all the victories. Ameen.
06/17/2012 | 03:57 PM
No one questioned nadal when he lost three straight grand slam finals against djokovic, as in he have lost his confidence, shots and speed. That nadal should retire cause no one have ever lost 3 straight gs finals in open era. Then why being a fan people question about rogers ability, what he can and can't.
I have the feeling that roger's gonna win Wimbledon 2012. Inshallah. May Allah bless him with all the victories. Ameen.
06/17/2012 | 03:54 PM
RogFedFan1991...I am a genius....you own your company, so what? What company? It is number 3 in the world?
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