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Roger out early in Paris

11.11.2009 | Tennis

Roger had to accept an early defeat in Paris against Julien Benneteau at the BNP Paribas Masters today: 6-3, 6-7(4), 4-6.

 

Roger had not dropped a set against Benneteau in their two previous meetings. He raced to the first set today, showing tennis on a high level. But the second set turned out to be less one-sided and Roger even fell back rather clearly in the tie-break. Our champ seemed a little irritated and had to save three break points early in the decider but Benetteau took advantage at the fourth attempt to edge a lead he then did not lose, finishing the match in just about two hours.

 

In Roger's seven visits of the tournament, his best performances remain three quarter-final rounds.

 

 
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11/16/2009 | 02:39 AM
Roger Despite this result you're still the Greatest Now you have to look straight the London Victory There you'll be back to the top of your form ;)

Now get some rest and recharge all your energy :D
I know you'll get many victorys

Roger best luck a
11/15/2009 | 11:04 PM
"To fans of Roger,

Roger has a current lead of 945 points and not 700 points over Rafa.

There are 1500 points to be won in London.

Each Round Robin win is 200 points
SF win is 400 points
Final win is 500 points.

As of today, Roger curr
11/15/2009 | 09:51 PM
No matter what Roger you are and always will be my favourite!Good luck in London!Show them what you got!
Love you!
11/15/2009 | 09:33 PM
**believe 1**
I'm sorry, believe 1, but you're wrong. Roger HAS 'snuffed out' Nadal in a major - he did it twice at Wimbledon! Nadal never has got to a US final, so it couldn't happen there.
11/15/2009 | 09:21 PM
Are there two *returnoftheking* 's on this website? Because your last posts sound so different from each other - and kind of contradict each other? No matter. I agree with the first one, that we must take one match at a time with Roger and nothing will
11/15/2009 | 08:27 PM
DJOKOVIC BETTER GET READY FOR AN ASS WHIPPING HUMILIATINNG DEFEAT BY FEDERER IN LONDON , ALTHOUGH FEDERER DIDN'T SHOW HE WAS SAD AFTER THE BASEL FINAL , HE IS HURT INSIDE , AND WILL TAKE HIS REVENGE WITH HIS RACKET IN LONDON.

JUST WAIT AND SEE....
11/15/2009 | 08:24 PM
Good luck for London!
We are almost at the end of what has been a good year for Roger!
But soon everything will start again... just 1 month of rest (a little unfair comparing with the WTA, don't you think?)
I took a look at the match Djokovic/Monfils..
11/15/2009 | 08:22 PM
I really hope Roger does well in London , although we must all take it one match at a time , and we must not expect Roger to sweep all his opponents , because at this stage of his career any win won't come as easily and effortlessly as it used to in his d
11/15/2009 | 08:20 PM
The two special moments looking back at this tournament where the retirement of Fabrice Santoro and Marat Safin.

Good thing some of the players where on court to pay tribute to Marat , in the video message by the ATP which was shown on the massive c
11/15/2009 | 08:18 PM
------- FEDRAWY---------- p 30

how long it takes from u ?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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