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Donna
07/11/2014 | 07:17 PM
I have been a fan of yours for many years and you have never disappointed me. Win or lose your are still #1 in my heart. Good luck in future matches and congratulations to the births of your twin boys!
Saroj
07/11/2014 | 06:56 PM
Dear Roger,
Volumes have been written on the reasons for your loss in the Wimbledon final: Your relatively weak second serve and lack of consistency in getting 1st serve in at critical times.After your magnificent come-back in 4th set momentum should have been with you. Novak took a break, cooled his nerve just to hang on and succeeded. You should have also rested and taken a little time before serving 10th game when your 1st serve was failing. Please think over it
nice not win
07/11/2014 | 06:04 PM
totally agree with M@M. Roger, you are nice, a true gentleman. That's good to win you millions of fans. You can get lots of trophies for sportsmanship, fan love, tennis ambassador. But, you will not win slam. Winning slams is a dog fight. You need the personality of Jimmy Connor, just nasty, uncompromised, unfriendly, goal oriented, result oriented. In AO, Nadal pulled the tricks by taking long bathroom break. Stan got nasty and he won. Do you want to win slam? If yes, then just do it
Fan
07/11/2014 | 05:19 PM
Really, anyone out there posting negative things about Rogers game, Hello !! Coming back from 2-5 in the 4th ?? Talk about a gut check !! A Fan
Lauren
07/11/2014 | 04:44 PM
Vivement l'US open pour vous revoir jouer, c'est un très bon moment à chaque fois . un exemple pour tous les joueurs de tennis et tous les sportifs plus généralement
Lauren
07/11/2014 | 04:44 PM
Vivement l'US open pour vous revoir jouer, c'est un très bon moment à chaque fois . un exemple pour tous les joueurs de tennis et tous les sportifs plus généralement
Patrick
07/11/2014 | 01:11 PM
Roger,
Vous êtes vraiment le plus grand joueur de tous les temps, il faut continuer à nous émerveiller avec votre jeu, tout simplement magique .