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Roger moves on

29.10.2008 | Tennis

Roger advanced to the third round of the Paris Masters with a 6-4, 7-6(7) victory over Robin Söderling today.

 

He completed the evening match in just under one hour and 15 minutes with ten aces and no double faults. Söderling was rather helpless on Roger's first serve, but was more consistent in the second set, forcing our champ to a tiebreak which Roger took 9-7 after saving two set points. Roger has now won all his eight matches against the Swede.

 

Roger next meets Croatian Marin Cilic (ATP 59) who beat Spanish qualifier Marcel Granollers 6-4 7-6.

 

 
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10/30/2008 | 06:04 PM
***tilou***
depressing what do you think
about worrieing is this good english or not
10/30/2008 | 06:02 PM
***Tilou - I'm sure he'd like Cadburys. hahaha!

I'm watching Monfils v Nada later, just in the hope that Monfils would pull off the big "W".
10/30/2008 | 06:02 PM
there were many fhs bhs and winners too as well as aces. i think those shots are also winners when the opponent touches it but can't hit it back. i know those ones not winners in srict meaning of the word but i don't know what are you talking about that t
10/30/2008 | 06:01 PM
Well, happy that Roger made it, but... didn't enjoy his game today (maybe because Cilic, at least today, didn´t look to able to push Roger hard, I don´t know). Anyway, tomorrow will be another day, and I believe things will be better:)
BTW, is it me, or
10/30/2008 | 06:01 PM
*** boting

I am searching my memory trying to find someone more depressing than you... I have found none yet...
10/30/2008 | 06:00 PM
Congratulations Roger!!!
Keep going..
You are the best forever....
Best of luck in the next matches...
10/30/2008 | 05:59 PM
so an other day at the office
you won but probably a match to forget
very quick and go pump up because
blake is waiting for you and try to take
revange for the loss in the 1/4 final in Beijing
take a good rest
10/30/2008 | 05:59 PM
Well, Roger. Like Robbie Koenig said, you did enough to get the job done, and sometimes you have to do just that. It can't be easy to motivate yourself match after match for SO many years.

Next up is James Blake. He's one of the nice guys, but don't le
10/30/2008 | 05:58 PM
Roger Winner 6-6-3-4.
10/30/2008 | 05:58 PM
boting if Roger doesn't hit uncountable winner shots in one match then that play, that match isn't nice for you?
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