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In straight sets!

06.09.2007 | Tennis

Roger won his quarter final against Andy Roddick in straight sets. His 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4), 6-2 victory sends him against Russia's Nikolay Davydenko on Saturday and places him just two victories from becoming the first man to win four consecutive U.S. Opens since Bill Tilden won six straight from 1920 to 1925.


"There was so much good serving that it's hard to say it was great, great tennis," Roger said. "But I thought it was a high level. You couldn't allow yourself to make any easy mistakes because they would be costly."



The first two sets featured sizzling skill from the service line as neither player lost a game on his own delivery and both sets went to tiebreaks. Roger won the first 7-5 and the second 7-4 against the American he defeted in last year's final. Our top seed then claimed the first service break of the high intensity match in the sixth game of the third set when Roddick sailed a backhand long to fall behind 4-2. Roger broke Roddick again for good measure in the last game when the American netted a backhand on match point to end the contest after just over two hours.


Not since 1988 had no U.S. man failed to reach the final of any of the season's four Slams. Andre Agassi, Michael Chang, Jim Courier, Pete Sampras, Todd Martin, Mal Washington and Roddick himself had reached finished runner-up or won majors during the 18 years preceding 2007.


Roger holds a 9-0 lifetime edge on Davydenko.

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09/07/2007 | 02:04 PM
Dear Roger!
First, Congratulation roger, you played a fantastic tennis against Rodick. I am really happy to know you win. You know I am really proud of you to be my best tennis player. You are a god of tennis. I like you, Roger.

Your next match oppone
09/07/2007 | 01:25 PM
it was fantastic!!!
continue winning!!!!
best of luck1!!!!
09/07/2007 | 01:13 PM
grande roger bellissima partita; è stata dura alzarsi alle 3 ora italiana ma ne è valsa pena;
09/07/2007 | 12:44 PM
great job roger it was fine to see a high quality tennis u were so cool and keep the spirits high to acheive great slams wish u all the sucess for the fourth us open title u r the king
09/07/2007 | 12:19 PM
thats really great . you won im so happy for u be happy and always smile ( with all my love christina )
09/07/2007 | 12:03 PM
hey Roger great match against roddick yet again , now Roger you have to beat davydenko too very easily in the next match too to enter in the finals to win the trophy and Roger Iknow you will win your 4th consectively US open title in this 2007 USopen only
09/07/2007 | 11:37 AM
Guys you gotta admit Roddick played a good match too. But Federer was just tooooooooo good. And ... And ... And ... How sexy did he look in the all black;) Sooooooooo much sex appeal!!
Love it Feddy!!
09/07/2007 | 11:31 AM
hey you were looking awsome in black!!!!!!!!!!
n congrats for beating andy in straight sets!!!!!!
he played well but you played better!!!(as always)!!!!!!!
now you should play your best tennisd in the semis n the final!!!!!!
good luck n take care!!!!!
09/07/2007 | 11:28 AM
Arcimedes you must remember MEDIOCRITY
ALWAYS ATTACK EXCELLENCE. Maybe that is my the author of that article wrote what she wrote because she IS MEDIOCRE and Roger is EXCELLENT! Don't even worry about crap like that! Roger please be at youir best in the
09/07/2007 | 10:04 AM
BTW, here is the introduction of the article:

"Acing machine Roger Federer is a tennis player who is so good at the game it's scary. Yet he doesn't have the charisma of Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe. His hair isn't flowy, like old-school Andre Agassi