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Halle: the draw

10.06.2013 | Tennis, Starseite 1

To open the grass season, Roger will compete in the Gerry Weber Open in Halle this week.

Seeded as No. 1, Roger either starts against Germany's Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (ATP 161) or a qualifier. On his way to his sixth title in Halle, our champ could then play Jerzy Janowicz (ATP 22), Tommy Haas (ATP 11), Milos Raonic (ATP 15) and finally Richard Gasquet (ATP 9).
 
To his fans' delight Roger will also compete in the doubles draw together with last year's winner Tommy Haas. They will meet Jürgen Melzer/Philipp Petzschner in the first round.

 
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06/10/2013 | 07:06 PM
GOODMANIA

Sorry but this is ridiculous, he should never want to play like Nadal!
Roger has won 17 slams with his own game and could/can beat everyone with it.
The reason he loses more is a lack of training and the disire to work for it. He has to set goals and achievements. Remember
06/10/2013 | 07:03 PM
winner skill is a natural talent so you cannot learn it but moonball skill is about secret and method so you can learn it from nadal. Nadal has some secret in his successful moonballing skill..analize it and implement it into your game!
06/10/2013 | 07:01 PM
Nadal's relentless confidence is from his moonball skill like your confidence is from your amazing talent of making winners. to acquire skill, you gotta watch and spend a lot of time practicing it. if you combine his moonball skill secret with your attacking skill.. Roger you will be invinceable!
06/10/2013 | 06:57 PM
I think nadal's moonball skill is a lot better than others. it gives nadal many many points. Roger I want you to watch several nadal's match and see how he send moonball. implement that into your game. it will neutralize nadal's moonball game so you will win. one of the reason you have had time against nadal is because his fantastic moonball skill. He neutralize every winners with deep moonball without making forced errors...it gives nadal amazing advantage.
06/10/2013 | 06:52 PM
Roger plz attack nadal's backhand and learn moonball skill from nadal and use it to defend opponent's winners to neutralize!
06/10/2013 | 06:50 PM
weird weird weird weird...how can he not break easily when he have so many chances?
06/10/2013 | 06:38 PM
BOTING Wasn't that a close match
06/10/2013 | 06:34 PM
That's a good 70 min practice... Now on to singles, get a few more matches before Wimbledon, Roger...
06/10/2013 | 06:33 PM
BOTING I don't think so Let's see
06/10/2013 | 06:33 PM
BOTING

Haha that where my thoughts, you can't have bad luck all year. He has to step up and look in the mirror, this is going nowhere.

I know its (just) a doubles match and you can't blame Roger alone for this but still its another (small) blow.
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