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A good draw for Basel

31.10.2009 | Tennis

Roger can be pleased with today's draw for the Swiss Indoors in Basel - his hometown.


Our champ will meet a qualifyer in the first round before later meeting Andreas Seppi (ITA) or Stéphane Bohli (SUI). James Blake (USA/7) and Fernando Gonzalez (CHI/3) are the highest seeds on Roger's side of the draw.


Roger has been staying in Basel for a few days already in order to prepare for his first tournament after not having competed for several weeks. The town is bustling with activity as the annual fun-fair is being held at the same time as the Swiss Indoors.

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11/02/2009 | 08:31 PM
***returnoftheking **

go to the forum and click on the atp thread
and you wil see the light.
11/02/2009 | 08:23 PM
I have a question :

If Federer wins Basel , how many ranking points does he gain ?

11/02/2009 | 08:04 PM
feels beautiful to see you again. beauty play with uncountable many amazing and unreal shots, congratulate Roger, awesome play.
11/02/2009 | 08:02 PM
Looks like Roger didn't lose any of his beauty or grace or skill while he was enjoying his time with his family. He used his magnificent timing in this match with Rochus and his home town crowd was estatic to see him play. Good going Roger-we all just wan
11/02/2009 | 08:01 PM
Congratulations, my love.
It was a pure pleasure!!!!!!!!!

See you soon and good luck in the next match.
11/02/2009 | 07:28 PM
How has Roger been playing - he got the first set anyway but he has been hitting a lot out since I started watching in the second set. He has to win this match! Is Rochas the qualifier?
11/02/2009 | 07:20 PM
You can see this match beautifully on espn360. com It is absolutely perfect. Roger is looking so good and he is enjoying himself. Go Roger!!!!
11/02/2009 | 06:48 PM
Any sites other than atdhe.net and channelsurfing.net ?
11/02/2009 | 06:48 PM
Any sites other than atdhe.net and channelsurfing.net ?
11/02/2009 | 06:44 PM
Any sites other than atdhe.net and channelsurfing.net ?
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