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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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08/26/2009 | 09:26 PM

Wish you to win the US Open for the twin girls!

08/26/2009 | 08:02 PM
Hello everyone I just saw Roger a couple of hours ago at a Nike event in Manhattan, he posted it on his Facebook page. He answered questions from John McEnrore about the upcoming US Open and said that he was looking at Del Potro as a possible threat. He w
08/26/2009 | 04:01 PM
well done federer
and you will win US open
08/26/2009 | 02:36 PM
Well done Roger! I'm so glad to be part of your generation! Watching you playing tennis is a privilegde!
Thank you Roger for all the joy!! You are the Best ever!!!! I wish you the best of luck for the US open I hope you will win and dedicate to your love
08/26/2009 | 11:38 AM
Congrats Champ! u played gr888888888
all the best for the rest!
08/26/2009 | 11:34 AM
You are so so so cute.. LOVE YOU SO MUCH n take care.
08/26/2009 | 11:31 AM
08/26/2009 | 11:29 AM
I'm so so so happy.... Absoluteoly wonderful... Many congratulations... Have a great US Open.......... LOVE YOU n take care of your 3 beautiful ladies.
08/26/2009 | 09:32 AM
dude.. keep rockin!
08/26/2009 | 07:42 AM
***Dadyno1, ***Hughsie (both on p. 45),

Regarding his opponents playing badly against Roger I would like people to remind of Robin Söderling’s speech after the final at Roland Garros.

Robin said that in the past, until the final in Paris, when losi