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01.07.2007 | Tennis

Roger’s next opponent, Germany’s Tommy Haas, has had to withdraw from the tournament with a strained stomach muscle.

 

Tommy Haas received the injury during his Friday match against Dmitry Tursunov, and is expected to be sidelined for at least a month. The 29-year-old German has been plagued by injuries in the last few years, and the 2007 Wimbledon was first tournament since he left during the opener of the Masters Series event in May with a shoulder injury.

 

Roger is disappointed about the situation as he was looking forward to the eleventh match against his friend – eight of which he won so far. In the last eight, taking place on Wednesday at the earliest, he will face either Juan Carlos Ferrero (ATP 18) or Janko Tipsarevic (ATP 64).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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07/06/2007 | 04:25 PM
Roger just won and it is good to see that Roger is carrying his form.


Good luck,

Mira
07/06/2007 | 04:17 PM
Game, Set and Match, Roger Federer.
07/06/2007 | 03:52 PM
He has already broke Juan's service on 4th set. I knew he just needed to shake the dust out of his body.

C'MON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
07/06/2007 | 03:47 PM
Think positive!... You save alot of batteries!
/gurra
07/06/2007 | 03:46 PM
I don't worry about Roger. I have quiet hopes for him, but he's secured his place in history - the rest - and I hope it is long-lived is icing on the cake. Whatever, however, I'll be here...
Deb
07/06/2007 | 03:40 PM
Go Go Go Roger
Tryyyyyyyyy Please
i love you
xxxxx
07/06/2007 | 03:40 PM
I told you, since the beginning, 3rd set was his :)

6-1

C'MON ROGER!!!!!!!!
07/06/2007 | 03:38 PM
btw
if you stop and think

all you can do is laugh. Our champion is playing badly according to everyone and is defeating a really tough opponent. Imagine what he can do when he plays well!
07/06/2007 | 03:31 PM
People, don't worry, that's tennis, we are used to not see Roger losing sets anymore, but thats the natural part of the sport!

Do you remember when Roger beat Moya in Hamburg, everyone was saying "if he continue to play like that, don't expect him to t
07/06/2007 | 03:26 PM
Set a piece. Been watching since coverage began on Wimby Live. 3am where I am.
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