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31.07.2015 | 17:58
So very relieved to see your schedule for the rest of the year ... I thought you may be considering retirement and that would mean we would no longer have the treat of watching you play. Thank you and look forward to seeing you (albeit on TV)!
31.07.2015 | 15:22
C'est très bien de laisser tomber Montréal, tu pourras t'entrainer, te soigné et passer du temps avec ta belle famille, j'espère de te voir très vite et gagné les US Open
31.07.2015 | 13:37
"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better."
30.07.2015 | 22:37
Que sera sera, whatever will be will be.This is life for us all,including Roger.
He is obviously going to give the US Open a serious try,missing Montreal means
fresh legs and more energy..
30.07.2015 | 22:29
Enjoyed your mastery at the recent Wimbledon slam. Its a shame that your first serve failed you in the crucial finals. Nevertheless, it was a joy to watch you in a Wimbledon Final. Nobody has your flair, grace and your footwork and racquet strokes is just fantastic! You make tennis so much more interesting to watch. Your matches has so much more variety and on your good days, you are incomparable. I hope you will continue to play for many more years to come. All the best for US open.
30.07.2015 | 21:27
I, as well am terribly disappointed. I am 70 and seeing you has been on my bucket list for 10 years. I finally am getting to attend Rogers Cup just to see you and for no other reason.
30.07.2015 | 21:20
Wise decision to skip Roger's Cup Montreal. No sense engaging in a 5-week continuous competition. Health and fitness come first. As your fan, I enjoy seeing you play at your best. Go for it. Enjoy celebrating your birthday with your lovely family. We will be sharing your enjoyment of the tennis matches to come.