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29.06.2015 | 02:01
Roger, as you start Wimbledon, I hope you do these throughout the tournament and win it all -- quick (taking away your opponent's time) on grass, aggressive (attack within the first three hits and not wait), and most importantly, believe in yourself no matter what (losing a point, a game or a set). Keep attacking and charging and hitting and net play. be determined and confident, believing the victory is yours and nobody else. May everything go your way and best luck and 18-8
29.06.2015 | 01:54
Those cheating Spanish!!! Can you believe that Ferrer waited til one hour after the draw was announced to pull out of Wimbledon? And now Nadal gets to play someone around 137 in the FOURTH ROUND instead of Ferrerl!!! I sure don't like Ferrer anymore, he seems to be as bad as the rest of the Spanish Mafia.... go Maestro and Stan, get them!
29.06.2015 | 01:11
Avec toi de tout mon coeur pour WIm you win 2015 = 8888888.....18 !
Good luck !
Don Matthews
28.06.2015 | 21:22
Roger, so many (including me) want you to keep winning, especially Grand Slams and most of all, Wimbledon. We want you to win not just for you, but for us too. We want to believe records can be broken and that "old dogs" can teach "young pups" a lesson. You definitely have what it takes. I just hope circumstance, luck and fate shine on you and that you pull it off. Good luck! Don PS more than just your stunning tennis, I admire your grace & compassion. The two combined are priceless.
28.06.2015 | 20:55
Somebody is praying for you Roger and wishes you all the best. Love.
28.06.2015 | 19:46
Roger, about recent and unfortunate comments re oncourt coaching. It's made to sound as if "everybody does it' and it is just what Arnstrong said when he started biking and enhancing his play. Everybody does it? There's a difference between an encouraging nod, or a clap, or between some other indications. It is lucicrous. I know some players do it, have done it, but then don't let them "suggest" that all players do it. Just a little advice, at the most important point--can make a difference.
28.06.2015 | 18:43
Roger that, all what you expressed about your anticipation and great outlook and joy to be at Wimbledon, in contention for an exciting and historical title! Take nothing for granted, brook no shunting you around, no MTOs. no tricks from any umpire or time wasting. Not a one can stand to be compared to you! **FAN COMMIE, what you said is how I feel about last year. (cheated, no question.)