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Indian Wells: the draw

05.03.2014 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger will meet a qualifier in the first round of the BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells. He would then play the winner of the match between Kei Nishikori (ATP 21) and Tommy Haas (ATP 12) in the round of the last sixteen. A likely opponent after that is Stanislas Wawrinka who is in the same half of the draw as Roger - the two could meet in the quarters.

 
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03/07/2014 | 09:35 AM
I can't wait to see you and stan play together..My 2008 olympics memories are refereshed..I saw you guys play then and I was just really young..I loved that you were trying to extinguish the fire off stan's body cause he was on fire and so were you..It is flashing in my mind again and again..Well good luck to you and him on this venture and I hope you do your best both in singles and doubles.. Go Go Go Go Rogerrrrr!!!!!! all the best for today's doubles...
03/07/2014 | 09:19 AM
Hi Kemna,
I have just gone looking for it and at this point it doesn't seem to be on the list. Looks like they only have the women's tournament being scheduled. Sigh.
03/07/2014 | 08:47 AM
Hey guys, Roger will play doubles today. Anyone know if this can be watched on Streamhunter??
03/07/2014 | 08:43 AM
*Macbeth* Great post! Couldn't agree more, I've often thought that Feds should get a medal for his patience!

Good luck in the doubles Roger and Stan - have fun! xxxxxx
03/07/2014 | 07:44 AM
Hello Roger ... wishing you all the very very best for Indian Wells, you're playing sooo well ... and also good luck in the doubles with Stan ... another trophey????!!!!

Lots of love x x x 0 x x x
03/07/2014 | 07:27 AM
Good luck for both single and double matches @ Indian Wells .
03/07/2014 | 05:29 AM
1-Hello Roger, how are you? All the best for Indian Wells, have a great tournament.

You know Roger this talk about the fact that you're "back" I find unsubstantial. So where were you then? The way I see it, you've never left. You were right there fighting! Why is it so difficult to understand is all part of a process it's all a subsequence of events. You were injured, isn't it obvious?! And sports are all about fluctuations, it happens, it's the way things go sometimes.
03/07/2014 | 05:28 AM
2-And even more unsubstantial that other talk about how much you've won and everyone's wondering 'Why does he want more?' Let me put it like this. There's this super successful attorney he's won so many cases. Wouldn't you find absurd to question: 'Why would he want to win any more cases?' Or: 'Oh that guy is so old he's lived so long and they go and ask: 'Why would he want to keep on living?' I mean. Come on!
03/07/2014 | 05:28 AM
3-Besides I don't think it's about 'more' it's about 'doing'. Doing what you like. Taking the opportunities life's given you. Why wouldn't you do what you want?! If you can. As simple that. This is your profession. You love it, we all love it. So why not just enjoy the present as it is! When someone doesn’t have a real winner mentality they just won't ever get it.
03/07/2014 | 05:28 AM
4-Seriously so boring, that's what I call, having nothing substantial and constructive to talk about. Such a waste of time, they could ask you so many interesting things, but no. It's just going around circles wondering why the Planet's round. What are we going to do? Kudos on your patience, though.

Anyway. All the best on the singles and doubles. You have all my support.

Go for it and have fun Roger! :)
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