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Tennis writers' awards

07.12.2006 | Tennis

Roger and Amélie Mauresmo received the International Tennis Writers Association's Player of the Year and Ambassador for Tennis awards this Tuesday. It is already the third consecutive year that Roger has won both honors.

 

Our number one won a tour-high 12 titles in 2006, including three Grand Slams: Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and Australian Open. Mauresmo won her first major titles this season, at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

 

ITWA also praised the players for their efforts to bring new fans to tennis and to promote the sport.

 

 

 

 
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12/10/2006 | 04:32 PM
Roger, congrats on this ITWA's Player of the Year Award! You truly deserve it. And you know what else you really really deserve? The SI award... But lets not talk about that 'coz it makes me think nasty things that i don't wanna post here..
12/10/2006 | 03:13 PM
Heyy roger you simply rock.. we all are proud of you.. keep going and never fall.
12/10/2006 | 03:08 PM
well donne
12/10/2006 | 01:28 PM
Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
12/10/2006 | 01:24 PM
Congrats Roger!!!!

U r simply the best and the champion of champions:) Keep it up!!!
12/10/2006 | 04:49 AM
Congratulations Roger.
U will be better next year~~~~~~~~`
12/10/2006 | 03:21 AM
Hi Roger and Amelie,

Congratulations to my two fave sportsmen. I always said the best lookin' man in tennis is a woman. Sorry Rog. Ok, you'r the second best.

You two wild and crazy guys have inspired the Fraze to play again. There is a senior's tour
12/10/2006 | 02:48 AM
Roger:

Yet another well deserved award. The same can be said for Amelie. Both of you epitomize what's best and great about tennis. Hopefully, there are many such awards ahead of you. Your fans look forward to seeing your continued success in 2007.
12/09/2006 | 06:56 PM
Congrats, Roger...

Nice picture!
12/09/2006 | 05:51 PM
Congratulations, Roger!

You are the reason I enjoy tennis. There is more magic coming from your racquet than from Harry Potter's wand!
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