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Padma Wickramasinghe
07/08/2014 | 05:05 PM
Dear Roger,It is hard to accept your loss in the fifth set specially because you were cruising away to victory.You really deserved to win.I wonder whether the medical time out was the reason.May you never experience this type of loss ever again in your carrier.We watch every match you play.No one can ever match your game and style.Continue the good work and come back to beat them all at the US Open.Our Prayers, Blessings and Positive Energy are with you,son.Wish you,Mirka and Good Health.
07/08/2014 | 04:20 PM
You are a great joy to watch. Hope to see you in 2015 Indian Wells and Wimbledon again. Best wishes to you and your family!
07/08/2014 | 03:50 PM
The topic of who's the best ever's made irrelevant by the magic of shots you produce on and off. As said already,this is the reason lots of people watch tennis.And if I think of tennis, the first thing will be some of your legendary shots.Like the one against Raonic when both of you were at the net and you returned his forehand so nonchalantly.One day,when the collection of best shots is made per player,yours will be miles ahead of all the players so far.Pl keep playing as long as you have fun!
07/08/2014 | 02:59 PM
Dear Roger, how are you? I know the feeling, to have worked and fought so hard and not to gain the price in the end. I have seen the old Roger. You have gained the silence of all the critics.To me your are the champion, whether you win or loose. I saw pictures of you with tears in your eyes. I was heartbroken. You deserved to win Wimbledon again. However, I saw pictures of Mirka and your girls, and your two precious boys at home, that's the most important thing of all. Keep going! Warm greetings
07/08/2014 | 02:38 PM
Congrats to Roger on a great performance at Wimbledon. A couple of shots in the last set either way could have made a difference. Looking forward to the rest of the season and Roger's return to Wimbledon next year. Roger's all court game/style of play is the primary reason a lot of us watch tennis. Good luck to Roger and his family!
07/08/2014 | 02:37 PM
Roger, time to retire gracefully. You've done well, and if it wasn't for the 2 Aussies this year at Wimbledon, you may not have made it so far! Young Nick knocked Raffa out of your path, and Lleyton for those hit-up sessions. Thanks for the memories.
07/08/2014 | 02:23 PM
Roger i was heartbroken when you lost to Novak.I believed that you would win wimbledon but alas.