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Fred Liechti
01/31/2016 | 07:22 AM
Dear Roger, there will come another day and you will beat Novak again! Look at the positive: you played an amazing tournament and he was the only one of all who managed to stop you! Never stop believing in yourself, Roger! You're already a Legend of the sport, while you're still active and well and truly among the very best in the world. You will always be our Swiss hero! All the very best from Singapore to you and of course also to your lovely family.
Padma Wickramasinghe
01/31/2016 | 03:29 AM
Dear Roger,Believe in yourself and keep practising to beat them all and win the tournaments you want to win this year.Think positive always.No one can ever match your game and style.We believe you can win many more tournaments.Our Prayers,Blessings and Positive Energy are always with you,dear son.Wish you,Mirka and kids Good Health,Protection and Happiness always.
Rahul Sharma
01/30/2016 | 11:45 PM
Use SIBR - Shot inside Baseline by Roger when you invent this, Try to move Novak inside baseline and Make the game slow. This irritates the Novak as analyzed by me from multiple videos were he loses or start making mistakes. In Aus Open , 3rd send you start playing the short slice shots the moved Novak inside baseline multiple times and allow you to will points. On baseline Novak is very good and will be difficult to beat but moving him inside the court hassles him to move to baseline. Try this.
Abe
01/30/2016 | 10:49 PM
Roger, your first serve did not improve, you used to serve aces more than joker.
You have to have good first serve in order to beat Joker. Also hire someone knows Joker's game as coach.
javy saavedra
01/30/2016 | 05:57 PM
lack of strategy in the first service...
javy saavedra
01/30/2016 | 05:55 PM
has nothing to do with the mental or old age, it's just a lack of strategy in the first service, that is all, simple as that.
javy saavedra
01/30/2016 | 05:53 PM
When you play without a clear and perfect first service strategy, it happen, nobody in this world plays to lose, call me Roger, i promise you, i know how to solve this problem.