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Roger advances into semis

14.03.2014 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger advanced into the semis in Indian Wells without any trouble, defeating Kevin Anderson (ATP 18) 7-5, 6-1.

 

Roger was fully in control once more, only having to defend a break-point once early in the match. Anderson's strong serve did not trouble our champ and he finally managed to break the South African in the last game of the opening set. With two more breaks in the second set, he wrapped up the match after 69 minutes.

"It was big to win the set and then to go on to break early in the second. Then double break was like a bonus. From then on I was home, basically. It was a really good match for me," Roger said.

Roger will now meet Alexandr Dolgopolov (ATP 31).

 
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03/15/2014 | 09:21 PM
So cocky this Isner, the way he bounces the ball between his legs before serve is nothing short of provocative. To me he's nothin' but a cutie pie, he really should do some romantic comedies.
03/15/2014 | 09:21 PM
Wow Roger, glad I did not blink! Congratulations for reaching the final and without dropping a set! I am so happy! Have a good rest and be ready to lift that trophy tomorrow!
03/15/2014 | 09:21 PM
SHATIR

Me too, but Isner can be tricky as well. If he has a good day.
03/15/2014 | 09:20 PM
peRFection!!
The Swiss Express was fantastic!
Bravo Maestro!
What a match!
Thank yoy Roger what a joy!
03/15/2014 | 09:19 PM
WOW! Congratulations Roger...can you play tennis! Amazing!!

@Fancyfree...re Dogo's looks...gorgeous...seriously gorgeous
03/15/2014 | 09:19 PM
Who is going to watch the next match?
03/15/2014 | 09:19 PM
Who is going to watch the next match?
03/15/2014 | 09:19 PM
ATP site says "Djokovic hungry for more in the desert". Looks like he's on a diet of snakes, scorpions and cactus now.
03/15/2014 | 09:18 PM
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03/15/2014 | 09:17 PM
Into the final!
I'm rather hoping for Isner to beat Djokovic.
It'll be nice for Roger to have an "easier" path to the title here before moving on to Miami!
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