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In round three with ease

27.06.2012 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger cruised into round three at Wimbledon with a very clear 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 victory over Italy's Fabio Fognini today.

Roger had the honour of playing in front of Prince Charles and Camilla today, saying it was a great feeling to do so. And he was sure to impress the Royal box, firing 13 aces and wrapping up the win in just an hour and a quarter. Roger also kept up his incredible streak of never having lost in round two at a Grand Slam in his career.

Aiming at matching the record of seven Wimbledon men’s titles set by William Renshaw in the 1880s and tied by Pete Sampras in 2000, Roger will next meet either 29th-seeded Frenchman Julien Benneteau or American Michael Russell.

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06/29/2012 | 09:40 PM
06/29/2012 | 09:39 PM
No not yet
06/29/2012 | 09:38 PM
Did he lose already?
06/29/2012 | 09:34 PM
06/29/2012 | 09:32 PM
moment of truth either or my god it is so hard but I still believe you can
06/29/2012 | 09:30 PM
stop silly UF it will take from you
06/29/2012 | 09:29 PM
Do not give him the chance to be back on track
06/29/2012 | 09:29 PM
06/29/2012 | 09:27 PM
You can break him now he is afraid and will loose
06/29/2012 | 09:27 PM
Nadal won 2 masters 1 GS and 1 500 so FED need this GS otherwise no chance this year then 3RD exit is shame