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Roger rallies to win

05.09.2009 | Tennis

Roger battled past Lleyton Hewitt with a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 victory today.

 

“We played here in the finals in 2004,” Roger said in a court-side interview. “The third round, it just doesn’t seem right.”

 

Roger had a good start, taking a 4-2 and 40-love lead in the first set, but then suffered a bout of wayward groundstokes which eventually lead to the loss of the first set. But Roger found his rhythm rapidly and eventually raced through the second set. Hewitt did have four break points in the third set, but couldn't convert any. And our champ then went on to make everything clear in the fourth.

 

Roger's next match will be against the winner of the match between American James Blake and Tommy Robredo of Spain, who play later today.

 
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09/07/2009 | 10:50 PM
too strongly beautiful play with uncountable many amazing and unreal shots. i've no words, hold on Roger the break chances'll come, one more set and the match is yours!!!
09/07/2009 | 10:50 PM
Yeah 2-sets to love, maybe I should go to sleep now knowing that our champion will sail through this match easily and get some rest for the qtrs. o Roger go
09/07/2009 | 10:48 PM
also second set for roger
09/07/2009 | 10:41 PM
5-1 now go roger
09/07/2009 | 10:36 PM
Is Federer really listening to me, I am pertubed to see him doing everything right today. He consolidates the break and leads 4-1. Woh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! good job Roger, is anyone wathcing? Really!!!!!!!
09/07/2009 | 10:36 PM
ohohohohohohohohohohohohoh roger
09/07/2009 | 10:36 PM
great so far Roger - keep it up and you could win this quickly!
09/07/2009 | 10:35 PM
Excellent. 4-1
09/07/2009 | 10:35 PM
today movement and footwork perfect
09/07/2009 | 10:29 PM
Roger draws another blood to lead in the 2nd set, seems like he heard me loud and clear, no mesisng around here, on a quick roll, go Roger go, all he needs now is to continue to hold serve and perhaps consolidate with yet another break. Go Roger! pls make
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