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M du Pisani
05/12/2016 | 02:26 PM
Don' be discouraged! We'll stand behind you until YOU decide to retire; never mind what other so-called supporters say.
05/12/2016 | 02:03 PM
One more victory on the circuit Roger and you'll equal Ivan Lendl's record. Today was tough luck. I'm sure there will be other victories once you have recovered from your back problem. XX
Deidre Hall
05/12/2016 | 01:47 PM
And now tired of losing!!
Deidre Hall
05/12/2016 | 01:45 PM
Unfortunately "doing well" is not winning!!
Deidre Hall
05/12/2016 | 01:42 PM
Hi Roger. I am actually confused! Why play if you are not 100%? I agree with "P", you cant go into a match and not give it your all, then rather don't play. If the fighting spirit is gone, then maybe retirement is a good idea, because for all your fans it is torture to watch matches like these. Sorry, but the facts must be faced. Every time Nadal or Nole goes onto court, they fight for every point, if they lose, they know that they have given it their all! I am 100% RF fan still.
05/12/2016 | 01:38 PM
Hi Roger I could not disagree more with P's comment. You were clearly battling with your back problem, and considering that, I thought you did well. A score line pf 5-7, 4-6 would suggest you did NOT give up. It was always going to be difficult against the up and coming Thiem. Sorry not to see more of you for a while, but get the back sorted, and we look forward to more of the magic soon.
05/12/2016 | 01:34 PM
jetzt leibt heute nur noch Yom Haasmanout zu feiern..haen wir also die feste nichtgemischt..bravo!..aber so wie ichdas sehr leiben Arbeitstage ..ibs zum Fin.