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Roger stays the King of Queens!

09.09.2008 | Tennis

Roger won his fifth U.S. Open in a row by beating Andy Murray in the final today! The 6-2 7-5 6-2 victory put him one grand slam crown away from matching the record total collected by American Pete Sampras.


"This is a very special moment in my career," said Roger after his victory. "I had a couple of tough Slams this year, including that epic at Wimbledon. To take this one home is incredible. It means the world to me."


He powered up his huge game for the first Monday final in New York in 21 years, delayed a day after torrential rain scuttled the weekend schedule. He avenged two defeats against Murray, who would have become the first Briton to win the US tournament since Fred Perry in 1936.


"Andy's gone great the past couple of weeks," Roger said. 'We'll see more of him in the future.' Roger took the first two sets and then kicked in his afterburners with two breaks of the Scot to love in the third set, 4-0. He was broken while serving for victory leading 5-1 but put things right a game later on his second match point, as he wrong- footed Murray before falling to his knees in celebration of the reassuring victory.


Roger is the first man to win five successive titles at two different Grand Slams, just ended his streak this year at Wimbledon. He improved his Grand Slam finals record to 13-4. The match was his 34th straight win at Flushing Meadows, where he is now 45-4 lifetime.

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09/15/2008 | 07:52 AM
Dear Roger
I am so happy that you won the U.S. Open. It was wonderful to see you playing so well in your semi final against Djokovic; like your old self!! fom your 67 year old Canadian fan.
Anne Henderson
09/15/2008 | 04:50 AM
-fans, and Rogerholics,

Can anyone tell me how I can purchase the video of Federer & Wawrinka's fianl at b
Beijing? Please help me. I missed the match totally and L love to see it again and again.

09/15/2008 | 04:18 AM

You are simply the best. I have always have faith in you. I am truly elated that you are back in form from your illness. I will never write you off. You make the game seem effortless with your grace and style.

You have escalated tennis to a
09/15/2008 | 02:11 AM
I just read Clarabella's post from England in the forum section. Just wonderful! I never thought of comparing Federer's physique to a thoroughbred, but it's quite accurate. Also, her description of the match was very interesting. P.233 under Federer
09/15/2008 | 02:09 AM
You included art in the world of tennis. Watching you play leaves me awestruck almost all of the time (especially when you win). The way you play is so graceful and exciting to watch. I always look forward to your speech after you win a tournament coz it
09/15/2008 | 02:01 AM
Hey Guys,
A number of you have been asking about sheleo's reportage after last Monday's epic victory. Last I heard, her internet connection was down and as a result had been a little behind on her other obligations. Well, just thought I'd let you guys k
09/14/2008 | 10:36 PM
When the press starts putting you down, you have to ignore it and just be yourself, and just play your game. You are the best tennis player ever, and in time the press will jump back on the Fedexpress. Anyway, I just want you to know that i am t
09/14/2008 | 06:51 PM
Love you love you love you love you,
You are the best in everything.

Lana -oxxo-
09/14/2008 | 06:51 PM
Love you love you love you love you,
You are the best in everything.

Lana -oxxo-
09/14/2008 | 06:28 PM