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Roger Federer
27.06.2016 | 04:40
Remember your the greatest player in the world
Mary-ann
27.06.2016 | 04:09
Today is my birthday ! My present ? Getting to watch you tomorrow !!! Good luck !
Swati Mahajan
26.06.2016 | 21:25
Dear Roger,
All best wishes for your Ist round match tomorrow and for the rest of the tournament. Hope you have recovered and are ready to go. Hope the lawns at Wimbledon motivates you to find your game and rhythm and you are able to play aggressively and confidently in a full flow.

God bless you!
Love
Swati
Anne
26.06.2016 | 21:10
Roger,
Please try to up your break point corverge rate. It seems you have poor rate.
Most important is to play big point (match point, break point game point) better.
Riz
26.06.2016 | 18:00
Dear Roger....one more thing. Please ask your coach to make videos of your running forehand and your forehand return. For the running forehand those shots that you have to run from the middle of the court to your forehand side are not very consistent. Is it because you are not set up with your feet or trying to hit an outright winner from that position, I cannot tell. Also, you are more creative/consistent with your backhand return. Players go wide to your forehand when it really matters.
Riz
26.06.2016 | 17:45
I am sure of one thing...you can win Wimbledon again if you focus on 1. First serves in when the score is close. Force yourself to get it in. 2. Don't take unnecessary risks by coming in on a second serve...outright winners etc.You do take more risks when it is break point. If I could send you a video of close matches that you lost, you will notice that you wanted to finish the point faster thus, making more enforced errors. Nervousness? You don't need to be. You are still the best player ever.
Liz
26.06.2016 | 16:47
Alles Gute, Gesundheit und viel Erfolg für Wimbledon. Sie sind und bleiben für mich die Nr. 1. Ihrem Spiel zuzusehen ist ein solches Vergnügen, dass mir schon jetzt Angst und Bange wird, wenn Sie eines Tages nicht mehr spielen.
Liebe Grüsse Liz