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Roger through to last eight

19.10.2007 | Tennis

Roger marched into the quarter-finals of the Madrid Masters with a comprehensive victory over Guillermo Cañas.

 

As defending champion and top seed in the Spanish capital, Roger only needed 53 minutes to see off his Argentinian opponent 6-0 6-3. He was simply in a different class to Caas, especially in the first set which the world number one stormed through in double-quick time.

 

Cañas, the 13th seed, put up a better fight in the second set but was still no match for Roger, who will now meet either Feliciano Lopez or Stefan Koubek for a place in the semi-finals.

 
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10/19/2007 | 03:50 PM
I only wish I could have seen that match. But it´s ok, the important thing is that you won.

Regards and support,

Diego
10/19/2007 | 03:44 PM
wow what a match...perfect!!! roger you're brilliant....and the next victim will be lopez
10/19/2007 | 03:31 PM
I knew You would recover easy from this 2losses against canas~
super roger good luck against lopez
10/19/2007 | 02:49 PM
Hey Roger!!

Woah! Unbelievable! What a game! Simply brilliant. There are not enough words to describe it. Keep it going and good luck for the Quarter Finals! Go Roger Go!

Warm Regards
Ravi (Your Always No 1 Fan)
10/19/2007 | 02:41 PM
How SSSSWEEEEET! We got to watch you at your imperious, awesome best, simply cruching and dismissing Canas like a cucaracha! You know, Roger, when you are ON, you are unstoppable. So keep up this pace because although you'll almost certainly be in the fi
10/19/2007 | 02:29 PM
Go FedExpress!!

Unfortunately the tickets to Madrid are a bit to high for me but I will Follow your triumphs through the tv...

/Chris
10/19/2007 | 02:27 PM
Well done, such a good win, as I said yesterday. Good luck with Lopez.
Camille
10/19/2007 | 02:27 PM
Well done Roger!! Next up! Lopez who?

Bennis
10/19/2007 | 02:27 PM
Well done, such a good win, as I said yesterday. Good luck with Lopez.
Camille
10/19/2007 | 02:20 PM
Congratulations Roger!!!
=D