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Roger captures third Cinci title!

23.08.2009 | Tennis

Roger won his final against Novak Djokovic 6-1, 7-5 today to become just the fourth player in the Open Era history of the tournament in Cincinnati to win the title three times. Our champ has now captured the title in 2009, 2007 and 2005.


Roger showed a brilliant performance today and was never troubled by Djokovic. He had to fight in the second set as his opponent took a 3-0 lead, breaking in the second game. But Roger came back strong in his typical way, breaking back twice. Serving for the match, Roger did not drop a single point to complete the perfect warm-up for the US Open which begins in a week on August 31.


Roger dedicated the title two his twin girls during the prize giving ceremony. It is the first title he has captured as a dad.

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08/31/2009 | 03:13 AM
Just watched Cincinnati tournament highlight on the Tennis Channel today. Beautiful Rogi, just beautiful tennis.

Hope you stay in the same zone for the USO. I always LOVE it when you do well in the USA. Really would be wonderful for you to match Bi
08/30/2009 | 09:26 PM
all of this is expected of agreat player as you
08/30/2009 | 08:21 PM
congrats rog!
all d best!
08/30/2009 | 04:58 AM
congratulations. i believe you can win us open and i mostly wish you to
08/30/2009 | 04:40 AM
Congrats and Thank God ROGER!

It was a great win! God bless you always ROGER! we'll be praying for you!:)
08/30/2009 | 02:21 AM
I always knew you would, it was just a matter of when. Congrats and go get number 6!
08/29/2009 | 10:44 PM
Sorry I missed the tournament as I was in Ohio but I knew you would win --- congratulations and good luck in the US Open
08/29/2009 | 12:00 PM
congratulation on achivements this year.Now waiting for US open win and defeat for nadal on french open.
08/29/2009 | 08:46 AM
My dear Roger the Great,

Many many congratulations to you. What a beautiful match you played! Absolutely majestic. Also, it is great that you beat all three of them one by one, first Nadal in Madrid Open, then Murray and Djokovic in Cincinnati maste
08/29/2009 | 02:33 AM
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