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08/26/2015 | 12:03 PM
Hi Roger
All the best for the US Open
I noted with disappointment Kyrgios gets to continue with his wicked ways. Yeh I know he is young and learning. How ridiculous.
I also noticed at the Nike launch Genie was on your right then left for the photo shoot. Everyone else mixed around but not you two!
08/26/2015 | 09:01 AM
Dear Roger, my mother is your absolute biggest fan and schedules everything she does around your matches. She just turned 80 years old and you are one of the only things she has left to enjoy in this world. Thank you for being who you are
Zeeshan Khalid
08/26/2015 | 08:45 AM
Dear Roger Federer Hello,
Waiting for you in US open last Slam of year was very happy for you in Cincinatti in final and also in semi-final.
Zeeshan Khalid
08/26/2015 | 08:44 AM
Dear Roger Federer Hello,
08/26/2015 | 08:27 AM
L'arte non annoia ed affascina sempre,
il tuo tennis è proprio così.....
08/26/2015 | 02:28 AM
I just attended my first professional tennis match EVER in Cincinnati (10 years in the making)! I watched your semi-final match vs. Andy Murray. It was honestly one of the best days of my life. I enjoyed being surrounded by fellow tennis fans like myself. A bucket list dream come true to see you play in person! Thank you for all that you do on and off the court. I.LOVE.TENNIS!
08/26/2015 | 02:22 AM
Roger, for you to win in US Open, I figure these elements need to fall into place: #1 you stay fresh (no 5 sets, no Murray or Stan or Cilic or Nadal on your path), #2 you remain aggressive and in attacking mode; #3 your serve; #4 the most important of all, you don't beat yourself. The only way you can be beaten is yourself - be too conservative, worried about your opponent, doubt about yourself. Otherwise, the #18 should be yours, no question about it.