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Roger out in Montreal

15.08.2009 | Tennis

Roger lost his match against Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarterfinals of the ATP Montreal Masters.

 

The seventh-seeded Tsonga beat our champ in the tiebreaker for a 7-6 (5), 1-6, 7-6 (3) victory.

 

Roger had trouble to keep up with Tsonga in the first set and lost the tiebreak. Our champ won the second set clearly.

 

Roger led the third set 5-1 until Tsonga broke his serve twice. Tsonga took the lead using two aces.

 

Roger double-faulted on matchpoint and lost his first match after a 22-match winning streak.

 

 

 
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08/19/2009 | 01:38 PM
@nochweiterroger..
Tsonga is not a bad player but definitely he was weak that day. Very weak. Roger should have taken advantage. I m telling this again again, its the attitude that bothers me not his defeat. Cmon, he was broken twice when he was serving
08/19/2009 | 12:12 PM
Dear Roger,

Hoping that you and your team will work hard to win over this Cincy’s Champ this year.... and so on the USO.

I know it must be hard for you to adjust yourself to be the best tennis player and good parents at the same time. But I do beli
08/19/2009 | 12:06 PM
Dear Roger,

Hoping that you and your team will work hard to win over this Cincy’s Champ this year.... and so on the USO.

I know it must be hard for you to adjust yourself to be the best tennis player and good parents at the same time. But I do beli
08/19/2009 | 11:18 AM
No Tsonga is not a terrific player. He's barely even top 10, and 6-7 is a big gap. He never has been. He's never won much of anything, never will. He's had 1 career fluke Slam final and lost. No semis. No he does not deserve credit. Roger deserves all the
08/19/2009 | 11:01 AM
one match lost...oh?
you are still no. 1 and especially you are my champ.CHAMP NO.1
08/19/2009 | 10:28 AM
I thought you looked tired all through the match against Tsonga, Roger. Maybe a bit under the weather? Better it happens now than week after next.
But I feel posts on this site are underestimating Tsonga. On his day he can beat anyone, has a brilli
08/19/2009 | 09:46 AM
Comeon!
08/19/2009 | 09:26 AM
I'm off for now and tonight.
Roger should win easily today, should.
I'll be back again tomorrow night after the match with career journeyman Acasuso. Don't be too surprised if Roger loses. I won't be. If it was a Slam, it would be an easy win for Roger,
08/19/2009 | 09:16 AM
Federer plays Acasuso today (4-0 Roger leads head to head), another guy who has little game, no weapons to hurt Roger and limited talent, and has never done or won anything in his whole career, never or rarely ever been ranked top 32, loses to many bad pl
08/19/2009 | 08:57 AM
He lost 2 tiebreaks in 1 match on Friday.
When is the last time, if ever, he's done that in any Slam match against anyone on any surface?
I rest my case.
Also, he blew a 5-1 lead in the deciding set just before he won the match with only one more game
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