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Roger loses in three sets

02.05.2009 | Tennis

Roger was defeated 6-4, 3-6, 3-6 by defending champion Novak Djokovic in the Intenazionali BNL D'Italia semi-final today.


Our champ displayed a strong first set and clearly dominated the match all the way into the third game of the second. The match was then interrupted by heavy rain with Roger leading 6-4 and 2-1. When the players came back onto court Djokovic seemed a completely different player, taking the second set 6-3. The final set was a tough fight but Roger simply committed too many errors and finally lost the set 3-6 after having taken an initial 3-1 lead.



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05/08/2009 | 03:39 AM
For those requesting Roger to retire, have you forgotten that he is still playing "catch up" on lost ground from his illness & back problems? A finely tuned athlete, such as Roger, cannot return to top form overnight when they have had to deal with the a
05/08/2009 | 02:42 AM
in my opinion [ roger bring his game back again ] he will win very soon
05/08/2009 | 01:18 AM
Hello Roger Fans,
if anyone would like to see some pics and a short comment in german on what Roger is doing. Here is a link:
05/08/2009 | 12:56 AM
you don´t want a coach...(tu no quieres un coach...).They help you to be the number 1.(Ellos te ayudaron a ser el numero 1). Perhaps, you don´t want the number 1 again..(Quizas, tu no quieres el numero 1 de nuevo...)I'm married and I'm mom and my life cha
05/08/2009 | 12:19 AM
We still love u!!!!!!!!!!!
05/07/2009 | 11:59 PM
thanks roger
05/07/2009 | 11:16 PM
just dont play again. retire...... & save us from seeing federers worst game. you are not the same roger now a days got it? losing badly and enjoying wedding party? i am sorrry fr such a bad comment bt wake up roger....... cant see you losing like this...
05/07/2009 | 10:35 PM
Dear Roger,

I really do miss you when don't play in the final. Its just not the same without you playing. It was indeed noticeable that you were moving better and playing better this time around. Roger, you are gettimg there! Can't wait to see you in M
05/07/2009 | 10:05 PM
Here is what the trio's point totals look like in the South African Airways 2009 ATP Rankings on Monday, 4 May:

Ranking Points
2) Roger Federer 10,420
3) Novak Djokovic 9,670
4) Andy Murray 8,810

Rome was held one week later last year
05/07/2009 | 10:03 PM
The No. 2 position in the South African Airways ATP Rankings has been occupied by Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal for every week since 25 July, 2005.

But that may soon be changing with No. 3 Novak Djokovic and No. 4 Andy Murray in pursuit. In fact, Djok
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