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Out in the doubles

10.06.2013 | Tennis, Starseite 2

Roger and Tommy Haas - last year's finalists in Halle - played their first doubles match today. Unfortunately it was also be their last for the moment as they were defeated 6-7(3), 4-6 by Philipp Petzschner and Jürgen Melzer.

Roger and Tommy Haas started well and took a 2:0 lead but their opponents gradually took control from there. "It was great fun. It's a pity we didn't make it but I did make a few mistakes too many so I'm not quite happy today", Roger commented.

Roger will play his opening match in the singles draw against Cedric Marcel Stebe or Jimmy Wang, a qualifier.

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06/15/2013 | 04:42 PM
Well played Rog, just now, saw match report, vid highlights of your win over Haas ---


Good luck for the finals :). Allez
06/13/2013 | 04:22 PM
Hahahaha,Roger I know you play doubles match just for fun,and we are also happy too.
06/13/2013 | 12:55 AM
Hola Roger!!!
No pude ver el partido. Que pena que perdieron, pero seguro se divirtieron.
Diviértete ahora en singles y brindanos una super clase de tenis. Suerte para Hass tambien.
Te queremos
06/12/2013 | 08:08 PM

Well stated, Bravo!
06/12/2013 | 07:43 PM
Never minds. I didn't see this match but I believe that singles will be great!!! GOO ROGER!!! GOO!!!
06/12/2013 | 07:31 PM
Well done through first match in singles, Roger! Lovely to see you on the beautiful green grass. Fast and fun. Nice keen opponent. Happy audience.

Best of luck in the next round and much love as always dear Roger to you and your beautiful family.
06/12/2013 | 07:24 PM
Dear Roger
Congratulations! You played a good match! Continue like that and you'll be prepared for Wimbledon!
Wish you all the best and good luck dearest Roger!
Go, Roger, goooooooooooooo!
Love, Mimi
06/12/2013 | 06:07 PM

Why should rafa be caught?>>
06/12/2013 | 03:53 PM
Good luck in singles against Stebe today..
06/12/2013 | 02:15 PM
Boting, we had this discussion before. A real fan sticks by their player (or team).
They don't show up only for wins and disappear or trash for losses.
If you have the guts to stay with someone during their good times, you should also have the guts to stick by during their bad times.
And no, you don't need to be a blind worshipper or a follower. You can confront/question your guy when he is not playing well. But there is a difference between giving advice and bashing someone onto the ground.
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