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Fred
11/21/2014 | 08:27 PM
Diese Niederlage gegen Monfils hat auch was Gutes. Viele Leute werden Dir verzeihen, dass Du am ATP Finale gegen Djokovic nicht angetreten bist. Möglicherweise waren diese live in der Halle in London und haben viel Geld für ein Ticket ausgegeben und sich monatelang auf diesen Event gefreut. Nach dieser Niederlage in Lille haben alle sehen können, dass Du tatsächlich ein Rückenproblem haben musst.
omalea45
11/21/2014 | 08:21 PM
Dear Roger not the result we had hoped for but there is still another match to come.
Take good care of yourself and here's hoping the next match will be a winner.
Good luck to you and the team. Kind regards.
Swati Mahajan
11/21/2014 | 08:07 PM
Dear Roger,
It is so painful & disappointing, after playing great throughout the season, Roger looked a shadow of his former self. Injury came at a very wrong time. Too many matches have taken a toll. In lieu of No .1 ranking, Roger overstretched his schedule. Shd have avoided Paris. A sad end. Neither #1 came, a sad end to WTF. This is the only chance to win DC for Switzerland. Tomorrow's doubles is very crucial. Stan should play doubles alongside Marco & win it. Hope Swiss team can win DC.
Claire
11/21/2014 | 08:02 PM
Bravo Roger poura ta combativité. Tu n'abandonnes jamais même si tu souffres avec ton dos. Tu es un héros des temps modernes. Je suis française mais c'est toi que je supporte, tu es mon sportif préféré, je t'aime!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ed
11/21/2014 | 07:58 PM
Apparently,Chuidinelli wouldve been a better matchup against Monfils
MV
11/21/2014 | 07:14 PM
Tennis is an individual sport and Roger was simply playing heaven against Murray and in his Group. However, the conflict between the upcoming team event and the ATP single crown was evident when he drew Stan in the semis.
The worst scenario prevailed in a Pyrrhic victory that left 1) Federer injured 2) ATP fans orphans of a final and 3) seriously compromised the Davis Cup final. Clearly that was one instance during which ego proved counterproductive in a major way.
So now letting the Monfils “practice” match go was perhaps the best decision: one day rest for both top players and banking it all on Sunday.
Win or lose, this mismanagement of and busy season ending schedule should have never been an issue in the Swiss camp.
Deborah Walker
11/21/2014 | 07:02 PM
Roger, You have nothing to prove. Your career, stats, wins, are a path for future players to follow. You have set the bar so high. Relax, play at your level. There will be wins/losses. But remember your career and longevity and the way you have played the game is the beacon to tennis and for what counts. It will be a long time before someone comes along and represents tennis the way you have on and off the court. Remember what you have accomplished. My hat goes off to Mirka. You are remarkable!