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50th tournament title!

20.08.2007 | Tennis

Roger now has a special number of his own — 50. He reached another measure of tennis greatness on Sunday, winning his 50th tournament title by beating American James Blake 6-1, 6-4 in the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Mason, Ohio.


At 26 Roger became the fifth-youngest player in history to reach 50, and only the ninth overall in the Open Era — since 1968 — to win so many tournaments.


“It’s not a goal I set for myself in my career, but it’s definitely a nice number to get to, especially in terms of titles,” Roger said. “It’s really a lot, you know, so it’s great.”


There could be a lot more to come. Given the way he played on Sunday, nobody would be surprised if next week’s U.S. Open winds up being 51. The higher the stakes, the better he plays. Go, Roger!

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08/23/2007 | 10:32 PM
Congratulations Roger!
08/23/2007 | 09:05 PM
Roger, also congratulations for winning the title US-OPEN SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!
08/23/2007 | 03:13 PM
well done, Roger.
you are the real No.1 in the world
Bring you talent into full play.
please shining in the US open.
we are with you forever
08/23/2007 | 02:29 PM

Fantastic! Congratulations Roger!

08/23/2007 | 01:22 PM
Dear Roger

I am happy when Roger has played in the final match,that mean I would watch your performance every match in this tournament. Your hitting ball style that Blake got many unforced errors. Your serve was the best way to get the points and you c
08/23/2007 | 01:19 PM
Congrats Roger!!
08/23/2007 | 12:09 PM
Congrats Roger. What a dominating match you played.
Hope you will do it again in the US Open
08/23/2007 | 09:18 AM
Hi Roger.
gr8 win.u r really the best.gud luck 4 the U.S.Open. hope u win that too
08/22/2007 | 08:35 PM
Hi Roger,
You played a very good match i am so proud of you 50 career titles this sounds incredible keep up the good work and good luck at US Open
08/22/2007 | 06:44 PM
Dear Roger,
So happy for you! All the best for the US Open. Wishing you the best of health- and be happy always.
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