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Dayok
09/09/2014 | 08:00 AM
Roger, you played well against Cilic but your game plan was predictable. You have to come up with a different game plan in your matches to avoid these losses. With players outside the former top t4 (Djokovic, Nadal, Federer & Nadal) now winning GSs is going to fire up other players. The seasons are going to get tougher and tougher. I said this before when Stan won AO
You have to be exceptional in all departments at the big stage to win. This what Serena did against Wozniaki at the final towinl
Aurangzeb Zain
09/09/2014 | 07:20 AM
The only difference b/w Rogers game and Cilic game was Cilic was very strong on serve and deep return on forehand was landing deep making it difficult to stay in the rally.Whereas Rogers forehand was again landing in the middle of court making it easily to make Roger run left and right.Roger must work on his ground strokes and returns if he has to the Semis and Finals against these players.
RF FAN
09/09/2014 | 06:58 AM
Sorry for mistake, Cilic flunked drug test in May 2013. He "innocently" ingested nikethemide from a glucose tablet. He served a 4 month ban and withdrew from tournaments. ATP announced his suspension late. According to Forbes Mag, tennis covers up for doping players unlike baseball & cycling. So who is this TOP tennis player known for doping who has been withdrawing from tournaments because of "injuries here & there"? Is he a doper under "quiet" suspension? Your guess is as good as mine!
javiersaavedra
09/09/2014 | 06:24 AM
It is urgent that we now have to fight openly against doping and it hurts when you cried as we did some time in a final of which we do not even remember, it was because we were about to beat the dirty game and dopage, but we could not because we play clean, it's for that reason that we will accompany you to the end of the world and you know it
javiersaavedra
09/09/2014 | 06:18 AM
Roger for seven years I have also requested the opportunity to accept our collaboration to seek improvement in the first service, we have several strategies for having a powerful and impeccable service, we offer a first automatic and powerful service for key moments of the game and producing more aces than normal, obviously we can not say publicly, we ask you to call us and we can explain.
M.V.
09/09/2014 | 06:17 AM
At least Roger succombed to the 2014 Champion. Flat semi against Cilic, perhaps the result of too much tennis between Toronto, Cinci and then the US Open... Something to plan better for next year perhaps?
RF FAN
09/09/2014 | 06:04 AM
Roger, i feel sadder after knowing Cilic won. It would have been you winning your GS#18 today and it should have been you holding that trophy. It's ironic a player with an April 2014 doping record won a GS title. If he had served his penalty, he would not have been playing this tournament. It is just very bad luck you lost at the semis. You would have easily defeated Nishikori. This is a loss that is so regrettable. Nice & clean players lost to a player with a very recent doping record. Sad day!