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US Open draw

27.08.2009 | Tennis

Roger will play his first match at the US Open 2009 against Devin Britton. The 18 year-old American is 1m93 tall and currently holds position 1364 in the world ranking. After that Roger could meet Germany's Simon Greul (ATP 64) or a qualifier. Later on, assuming that the seeded players proceed, he would play Lleyton Hewitt (31), Tommy Robredo (14) or James Blake (21), then Robin Söderling (12) or Nikolay Davydenko (8). Novak Djokovic (4) or Andy Roddick (5) would follow on the path to the semi-finals.


A sixth consecutive title would make Roger the first player, after Bill Tilden in the 1920s, to have achieved such a record!


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08/31/2009 | 08:18 PM
second time federer has been broken
on his own services he must be carefull
is playing too casual to be short
automatic pilot...........
08/31/2009 | 07:58 PM
uncountable many beautiful shots with beauty play, stay calm Roger and take care, the match'll be yours!!!!
08/31/2009 | 07:57 PM
winning time
08/31/2009 | 07:45 PM
I am very nervous Roger!!!!
Please get focused!!!
This match must be yours!!!
Go, Go, Go Roger Go!!!!
08/31/2009 | 07:23 PM
Ahhhh!!! I actually do get to go to the US Open!!! Yesss!!!
Well, good luck Roger and I can't wait to go this Saturday!!! :)
08/31/2009 | 07:04 PM
Hello CHAMP!! All the best for NY, you are fantastic as a player and as a person, but they say that behind a successful man there is a hard working woman, so also credit to Mirka, I think she is also a great supporting wife, mother and an example to other
08/31/2009 | 06:49 PM

Dear Roger,

can't wait to see you on court again.

GOOD LUCK for today against Britton and GOOD LUCK for all USO!!!

I believe and I'm sure - YOU CAN DO IT again! GO and DO IT!!!

I know you will do only your best. Enjoy your game and play your
08/31/2009 | 06:45 PM
Go get it Rog. Wishing u all the success in the world:)
08/31/2009 | 06:38 PM
let's go Roger!!! good luck!!!
08/31/2009 | 06:32 PM