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DANY 71
07/08/2014 | 09:52 AM
I AGREE WITH JOANNIEB FROM THE USA.

ROGER IS A WONDERFUL PLAYER NOVAK TOO BUT HE HAS TO LEARN A LOT FROM ROGER........IN LIFE I MEAN
DANY 71
07/08/2014 | 09:45 AM
BRAVO : qui parle de retraite !......
Ce fut merveilleux ! mais franchement le "cinéma de Novak" pour " ses crampes ou chevilles ne sont pas dignes d'un N° 1 afin de "déconcentrer " son adversaire dans le dernier set. C'est dommageable pour son image....
Senthil
07/08/2014 | 09:21 AM
Roger,
I am extremely sorry that you lost. When I saw you cry, I felt I had lost the Wimbledon final. I know you don't want to hear the word retirement. You are a great champion and my favorite athlete of all-time! This year's ATP World Tour Finals would be a great occasion to retire with dignity and respect.

Senthil
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Ravikant
07/08/2014 | 08:33 AM
Roger.. Your fabulous play throughout this Wimbledon was exceptional.. Happy to see your exquisite shots in the final.. Best luck Federer.. Forever your fan and admirer.. Cheers
Ice
07/08/2014 | 08:01 AM
Dear Roger
Thank you for another classic final. :-)
cmulflur
07/08/2014 | 06:51 AM
You are an amazing player, and even more importantly an amazing individual that's a great role model for our two sons who play tennis (college and high school and of course USTA). Your are class to the core. Huge blessings to you, Mirka and your family. I am confident that you will be back in a grand slam final.
joannieb
07/08/2014 | 06:31 AM
Dear Roger,
Djokovic antics on court are far from honorable. Cramping and medical time are tactics to mess up his opponents. Andy Roddick caught on to this and Djokovic keeps on playing his games. Do not allow him in any way to get under your skin. Play your game w/ integrity. Stay YOU and remember- yesterday is history-tomorrow a mystery- today is a gift that is why we call it a present. Enjoy our family and just give it your all on the court. Stay well! You are amazing!!