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Roger cruises on

27.02.2014 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger booked a spot in the semis in Dubai after a clear 6-2, 6-2 victory - with a shaky start - over Lukas Rosol.

Rosol found Roger's weakness in his second serve, going ahead 2-0 in the opening phase of the match. But Roger reacted in style, securing all further games of the first set. He continued with the same precision, leaving Rosol no chance and wrapping up the win in under an hour.

In the battle for a spot in the final, Roger will meet Novak Djokovic. In the other semi, Tomas Berdych and Philipp Kohlschreiber will meet.

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02/28/2014 | 06:11 PM
Magnific Roger.You played perfect.Congratulations and good luck in the final.Come on MAESTRO!GOD BE WITH YOU!
02/28/2014 | 06:10 PM
Well done everyone, Our energy helped him on his way, I am sure! What a moment, so happy, I confess I have been in tears since the double break!
Berdych is playing well and will be tough, hopefully Roger will have the energy left. I am sure Roger will give it his best shot, playing like that he can beat anybody!
02/28/2014 | 06:09 PM
You are and will always be my Hero.. and my idol
02/28/2014 | 06:09 PM
I've waited so long for this moment. And I'm so happy Rogi got his act together and played so aggressive.
02/28/2014 | 06:08 PM

Only missed the start of the 2nd set since I was driving from work.
That, and the laggy streaming of the match apart, couldn't miss a moment of it! I HAVE to re-watch a video of the enter match, this was one high quality affair.
02/28/2014 | 06:08 PM
well play Mr Rogi
Congrats for entering in to the final
02/28/2014 | 06:08 PM
I am looking forward to your next match.
Good luck.
02/28/2014 | 06:07 PM
Wow! Wonderfully done Roger :):)
02/28/2014 | 06:07 PM
edit - did
02/28/2014 | 06:06 PM
3-6, 6-3, 6-2 -- absolutely brilliant play by our champ. He looked so sharp, so confident, great play at the net -- everything we hope for him. Well done Roger, now go get Berdych!