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Quarter finals in Miami

02.04.2008 | Tennis

Roger went on to reach the quarter finals with a victory over unseeded José Acasuso 7-6(5), 6-2 in the Masters Series tournament in Miami.


"It was key for me to serve well, especially in the beginning, and it was a good serving day today," Roger said. "I was very happy with it." Having lost only 10 points on serve, he will meet Andy Roddick next.


Our 2005 and 2006 Miami-champ made it through to his sixth Miami quarter-final on the back of his impressive service game against the Argentine world number 45. He reached the fourth round there last year, but was upset by Guillermo Cañas.


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04/04/2008 | 04:06 AM
hey roger, you're still #1, and it is good to see you playing well again, 47 winners to 20-something errors, but you need the wins.........a coach can help out, no matter how good you are, a second pair of eyes always helps.
the good side, you're still
04/04/2008 | 04:06 AM
Que pasó? No tenías ganas de jugar hoy????
Lo siento muchísimo!!
04/04/2008 | 04:05 AM
Roger dear,

Inasmuch as we enjoyed watching you tonight, I can forgive you because the man never had a real girlfriend before, true to the fact that one of your fans mentioned that Roddick's testoterone is in its highest - he is showing off. You playe
04/04/2008 | 04:04 AM
You were looking better against Andy tonight, but you still seem a bit under the weather. I hope you get to feeling like yourself again soon. I always enjoy watching you play no matter what.
04/04/2008 | 03:59 AM
Have good rest and good practice.
Please enjoy your matches always.
04/04/2008 | 03:57 AM
Hey again Fed fans,

Following "TonyN"'s posting, I read the article by Neil Harman. Sure there seems to be a definite bias, but I don't think that the article was outrageously unfair.

Having said that, the blogs that were posted in response to th
04/04/2008 | 03:54 AM
I know it's hard to read it here... follow the link below for MATCH STATISTICS

04/04/2008 | 03:53 AM
At the moment the breaks are not going your way Rodge but a few tight wins will see your confidence soar again. I have watched you for years now and it seems your footwork isnt quite as sharp as it used to be. I also feel you start matches slower than you
04/04/2008 | 03:53 AM
Always by your side....so unlucky that the match came down to one break point. How could that happen? You will prevail in the clay season and hoist those Masters Series trophies and especially Roland Garros and it will be worth the wait...

Best of lu
04/04/2008 | 03:52 AM
Let's not forget Roger is still recovering for his illness... it will take him some time to regain full health, fitness and form. But he will back STRONG!

Here is the MATCH STATISTICS… it was really the ‘ACE BOMBS’ that won Andy the match…

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