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Jan G
01/29/2015 | 09:16 PM
Go and view a great match where you won Roger. Someone needs to be there to say this is you, look what you have done. We all know it's mental. Having said that, we don't know the details. What I do know is that this is the greatest, most classical player we have ever seen. So look now, and appreciate him, because his departure from the tennis scene will be enormous, huge, and very sad. Great Britain flag.
Jan G
01/29/2015 | 09:11 PM
I am a 75 year old tennis fan who has watched tennis since the 50s and have the signatures of the greats like Drobny, Lewis and Jennifer Hoad, Ken Rosewall, Tony Trabert etc., so I know my tennis. I have watched Roger since before his first slam at Wimbledon, and have never missed any slam he has been in since. However when I heard he felt not right even while practising that day he lost to Seppi I thought he needed to do something to get his mind right. Forget the practice, go and view a
feel disgusted
01/29/2015 | 07:31 PM
@heartofthematter. Actually, different people use different ways to motivate. for example, When Sherapova ws down, she got a phone call from her dad saying it was unacceptable. She got motivated and you know the rest of the story - she is in final at AO. In fact, she says that she prefers straight talk, not sugercoded. We all have the same good will intension - to see that Roger do well and be happy. We don't have to use the same way to motivate him. He is pro and not a child.
HeartoftheMatter
01/29/2015 | 06:09 PM
**To: FEEL DISGUSTED, if you were truly trying to say to Roger 'gidde up, then it's a different story, somewhat. **A FREND IN COSTA RICA suggested that this was the case. It is always best, though, not to put down someone, especially one as great as Federer. Teaching one's own son, too, praise for what was good is better than putting down. If you meant otherwise than I understood, then I withdraw my remarks about your statement. Let's just want him to be well and wish him best!
feel disgusted
01/29/2015 | 06:08 PM
@HEART of the Matter. You got me wrong. I didn't say I am disgusted with Roger, never have and never will. I basically said, if Roger felt disgusted by his play, it would set up fire in his belly to come out strong. So, I hope you had read it carefully. Also, it's uncalled for to use bad language to curse me. It just degrades you, not me. This is a civilized forum. We are all supposed to be Roger's fans. Lt's not attack each other verbally.
Suisse
01/29/2015 | 01:04 PM
Hello Roger. I'd just like to say thank you for all the hours of pleasure you have given us watching you play tennis. I wish you all the best for the future, whether you win or whether you lose. Jennifer
A Friend in Costa Rica
01/29/2015 | 08:56 AM
.....it would be great to find a sort of tennis mentor out there....I know it's almost impossible.....but one can always still hope for a miracle, right ? Blessings for everybody out there........
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