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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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11/15/2009 | 07:01 AM
Better luck next year Roger...good luck in the champions year end final next week...they will really be coming after you I'm sure...but you are fresh and so all you have to be is ruthless...don't give 'em nuthin! Hope that forehand is tuned up by next we
11/15/2009 | 06:37 AM
Yes London...do you ready Roger...we all fans always ready and steady with u
11/15/2009 | 05:51 AM
NO worries just more time to get ready for the london final. So now you can practice 3x as hard
11/15/2009 | 05:49 AM
come on roger, we all know that you are the best in the world at what you do. so just take it easy and prepare yourself for the big showdown at london. note: djokovic is red hot, so beware
11/15/2009 | 05:41 AM
You should not to attend the doubles because of affecting your hand to control the ball in the single. Hopely see your good performence in ATP final in London. Please, train your fitness and make the different winners points
11/15/2009 | 04:34 AM
**1000 aces** P 29

Mono is an abbreviation for mononucleosis[previously known as glandular fever]
It is an acute viral infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus, resulting in an unusual increase of lymphocytes in the blood stream. Main clinical symp
11/15/2009 | 02:59 AM

thank u >>>>>>>>>>

peace >>>>>>>>>>>

kind regards >>>>>>>>>>>>
11/15/2009 | 02:57 AM

Mononucleosis, also called "mono," is a common viral illness that can leave you feeling tired and weak for weeks or months. Mono goes away on its own, but lots of rest and good self-care can help you feel better.

I hope this be useful.
11/15/2009 | 02:51 AM











mono ????

what is the thing u call mono ????
11/15/2009 | 02:38 AM
hey fans .....

djoko is dangerous now .. ok

but remember when he defeated rafa in cinnci
with the same performance ....

what happened in the final against roger??????