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Gerry Weber Open, Halle

09.06.2009 | Tennis

Dear fans

 

I am sorry to announce that I have decided to withdraw from this week's Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany.

 

I sincerely apologize to the tournament organizers, my competitors, and my fans in Germany. I only hope they will understand that I still feel emotionally overwhelmed and exhausted by the incredible events of the past few days. It is hard for me to admit, but I simply cannot imagine giving my best effort in another tournament right away and I don't want to risk injury if I am not 100% prepared. I need to rest and recuperate.

 

I look forward to returning to Halle in 2010 to go for my sixth title. It is one of my favorite events on the ATP World Tour.

 

I also want to thank all of you for your unbelievable support these past two weeks. You are the best, and you helped me make a dream come true.

 

Roger

 
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06/13/2009 | 12:22 PM
It doesn't matter,to take good care of yourself~
06/13/2009 | 12:00 PM
yes you have to take rest for wembeldon please win it this year
06/13/2009 | 11:52 AM
SO, DO WE NOW CALL HIM

ROGER THE DODGER!



OUCH!!

ONLY JOKING FOLKS

CALM DOWM!
CALM DOWN!


KEEP SMILING

JJ
06/13/2009 | 11:20 AM
good Rog!!!
06/13/2009 | 11:20 AM
I'm a chinese girl.It's my dream to watch you play tennis on my own one day,not in TV.But it's hard for me to make it come true.So i try hard on my study so that i can go abroad someday.Keep moving!I'm looking forward to seeing you win in Britain.Of cour
06/13/2009 | 10:59 AM
wimbledon roger
06/13/2009 | 10:30 AM
good decision...go for the wimbly title...God bless...
06/13/2009 | 09:54 AM
We are very happy for you Roger, it's ok, keep it slow, take your time with your family and friends. GO GO for WIMBY!! Whoohoo!
06/13/2009 | 09:51 AM
that's okay roger!!! don't worry we're with you champ!!!!!!!!
06/13/2009 | 08:28 AM
This is a bit worrying. Even if Nadal is not in Queen's, others -- especially Djokovic and Murray -- will be better prepared for grass. Was this really a wise decision ?