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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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08/18/2009 | 02:48 AM
that's ok champ... dont exert too much pressure on urself. u've had a fantastic year. keep smiling and just look forward to cincy! all the best!
08/18/2009 | 02:30 AM
Hi roger, you are a human being, you can make mistake. It seems that day you are upset and I can see your emotion. Hope you paly well in US open.

08/17/2009 | 11:54 PM
Roger, I didn't think you looked too happy from the beginning of your match in Montreal with Tsonga...I think you miss Mirka that has always been at your side. Hope you can win the US open..remember I have a ticket to see you in the finals. Good luck.
08/17/2009 | 11:47 PM
Hi Roger,
don´t worry, be happy.
Cordial greeting for you and your family.
Slavek
08/17/2009 | 11:20 PM
ny idea wen roger is playin at cincy? =]
08/17/2009 | 10:00 PM
Roger the best,
Keep work and prepare hard as you do always and win the US OPEN 2009 for all of us..!
Yes you can do it and you only can do it from anywhere of the match.

It would be great if you beat Nadal in the semis or in the final..!

Convey o
08/17/2009 | 09:57 PM
Don't worry! Work hard for for the future!
08/17/2009 | 09:45 PM
Rog,Dear...U can take everything easy)NOW))
08/17/2009 | 09:41 PM
The formidable challenge remaining for Roger is to decisively beat Nadal and Murray, to silence those who still insist.

For simple competitive spite (or joy, if you're a positive thinker), Roger needs to not only be in top physical shape after a layoff
08/17/2009 | 09:09 PM
It’s OK. You’re still the best of the best ever and nobody will overtake you. Take care of yourself for USO