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A Friend in Costa Rica
07/22/2015 | 08:23 AM
This is a message for BELIEF,.....I think your posts with advice for Mr. Federer are very good and positive, I agree with your line of thinking. I personally foud very hard to assimilate what happened at this last Wimbledon Final, I wanted Mr. Federer to win Wimbledon with all my heart and when he lost it was like if I had lost the match against Djokovic too, this loss of his in particular was very unsettling for me...but life goes on, right ? No sense in dwelling on a particular loss, he tried.
belief
07/22/2015 | 06:42 AM
Hi Roger, maybe for a change, you just don't think about slams or titles anymore. Maybe just focus on the process - enjoy all the amazing shots you produce, the style, the support you get. That may take the pressure off you, making you more free to maximize your mighty power and skills. We fans just want enjoy watching you play. If you win, it's an extra bonus.
Nicole
07/22/2015 | 03:56 AM
Hi Roger,
It is an honour writing to you, ever since I was 2 you were my idol and you are the one that perceived we to begin playing tennis. The pictures that you took and posted on Facebook, made me cry of happiness, you are such a great role-model for every age-range there is. I love you Roger and I hope you can visit Canada someday...
Abhishek Chanda
07/21/2015 | 10:31 PM
There are few people in the history of mankind, that too, in the history of professional tennis who inspire people in every nook and corner of the world. You are among one the tiny few in history whom no one can dislike, even though they are not your fans. In Hindi language there is a word - 'Ajatshatru' - person who has no enemies, no haters; you are one 'Ajatshatru'. Love you Roger. Keep inspiring!
lifeisgood
07/21/2015 | 09:33 PM
Roger,Malawi video left me sobing,hat off to you,what a great feeling for you must be to take some time off to visit this kids in Malawi,on the court and off experiences makes you the person you are. Tennis maybe over soon,hopefully not that soon,haha ha but the person lives on,great to get to see both.
Svetik
07/21/2015 | 05:53 PM
Dear Roger,

Your schedule indicates no more tournaments after Wimbledon, except London. Please update the schedule page. We hope you will be playing at the US Open.

Love always, your New York fans
A Friend in Costa Rica
07/21/2015 | 08:01 AM
....does but Maybe your best chance to win your 18th was at this past Wimbledon 2015, I hope I am wrong about that, I guess we'll see, the competition out there is just too tough now, I was truly very saddened that you didn't win this last Wimbledon. To me it would have been a truly amazing thing if you would have won. Wish you the best, God bless........