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Roger loses doubles

30.04.2010 | Tennis

Roger and Yves Allegro were defeated in their quarter finals in the doubles today. They lost 4-6, 4-6 against America’s John Isner and Sam Querrey, bringing an end to Roger’s appearance in Rome. He doesn’t have much time to prepare, though, as the next tournament is right on the doorstep: the Estoril Open in Portugal starts coming Monday.

 
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05/01/2010 | 09:40 PM
I think you and your partner did pretty well. Your opponent could be the eventual champions. All the best at Estoril. The draw looks good to me.
05/01/2010 | 09:19 PM
Good luck in Estoril - you will be back to your usual spectacular form. Love, Liz x
05/01/2010 | 08:46 PM
Shame Gulbis didn't win. He deserved to, and could have.
Look how quickly things change in tennis.
When Roger won Australia the calendar grand slam beckoned. Everyone raving to the skies about his genius. Now that's all forgotten and
lately everyon
05/01/2010 | 08:44 PM
Good luck in Estoril. Looking forward to you regaining your great form.
05/01/2010 | 07:58 PM
bad luck....newaz all the best 4 estoril ... please win da title !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
05/01/2010 | 07:28 PM
Wishing you the very best in Estoril, Roger.

Keep playing, you'll find that edge. All your recent losses were close, and it wasn't like your opponents out-played you, you just couldn't click when it mattered.

More match play, Roger, and you'll be in
05/01/2010 | 07:18 PM
Roger,
Good luck in Estoril.
05/01/2010 | 07:14 PM
Roger's right, Gulbis's gifted, young, raw but one with great potential. A completely different person after 2 sets. His talent might equal Murray's, if not above. His name well branded in mine. Gulbis. How long will you take to be the top 3?
05/01/2010 | 06:25 PM
Nice pictures. Are you in Estoril or still in Rome?
05/01/2010 | 06:15 PM
guys, see how difficult Nadal is in his own service game, not much different from the last year.