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07/11/2016 | 05:03 PM
I really want to commend you for such an outstanding performance at Wimbledon in spite of your recent injuries and illnesses. We are all so proud of you and in awe of your commitment, dedication, tenacity and talent. I don't know much about tennis, but an ace is only an ace if the opponent cannot return the serve. Try to follow the others' strategy (Murray/Djokovi) for returning Raonic's/Cilic's return of serve. All your other tools are sublime. Your hard work will pay off. Never give up!!
07/11/2016 | 04:37 PM
Thank you Roger for lighting up my Wimbledon this year! I wish you good health and fast recuperation. I switched off watching the final halfway and realised why tennis needs you so desperately. All the very best, and I can feel number 18 coming very soon!
07/11/2016 | 02:40 PM
Sorry you lost . I was upset for 2 days so I can imagine how heart breaking it must've been for you. Just hang in there. There are other grand slams to be won ;)You will always be loved irrespective of how you play! Take care.
07/11/2016 | 02:14 PM
Hej Roger
Jag följer ditt spel och varje gång du spelar är en rolig. spännande och inspirerande stund. Jag håller stenhårt på dig och hoppas att du kan ta OS-singeltiteln och några slam-titlar till, 20 slam låter väl riktigt bra :-)
Tips: Testa en Blade-racket, lägg till en flack forehand (mer fart och lättare att slå i trängt kantläge) och en mer aggressiv serverretur (inte bara block och slice) i arsenalen.
Mvh Peter
07/11/2016 | 01:28 PM
Dear Roger, congratulation to great results in Wimbledon. You have reached semifinals despite knee and back injuries and lack of matches played this year. You played great against Raonic and you needed a little bit of luck. I enjoyed watching you very much. Hope your injury is not too serious and we will see you playing again soon. Wishing you speedy recovery and many months of great tennis ahead for you. Enjoy time off with your lovely family. Love you always.
07/11/2016 | 01:05 PM
It is a pity but so is life - you are my Inspiration in times when, when you fall, the next thing to do, is to get up, take a deep breath and walk again.
Tennis ballet fan
07/11/2016 | 01:02 PM
Hi Roger, do you reply to these posts? I am 65 and my time is running out. On my bucket list is, "To watch Roger playing tennis". I can probably afford to travel to Europe where you may be playing, but can't afford to get there and find that you are not playing. Is it possible to be sure that I see you? I don't mind if it's not a Wimbledon final. round one will be good enough. is there a way to be sure? My first choice of venue would be Wimbledon. Many thanks.