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Giolor
29.07.2015 | 07:12
Hi Roger,
When you go out to the court with a conviction to win, you move with ease and flow that have been evident in all your winning matches. Conviction is stronger than belief. Belief can, at times, entertain a little doubt while conviction never does. With conviction there is no hesitation. You have proven that you have the talent, the skills and you have the discipline of practice......add conviction to this great recipe and you can win again....and again. Happy Birthday next Saturday
fendo22
28.07.2015 | 22:59
Hoi Roger kommst du nach meran besuchen wenn hast du zeit,kann ich etwas gut kochen 😄 du bist besste !!!!!!
Tibor
28.07.2015 | 21:46
Happy Birthday Roger!
I know that it will be on Saturday next week. I just wanted to be the first.
Best wishes,
Tibor
Also curious
28.07.2015 | 21:01
As so many other fans of you, I am also anxious to know how your schedule will look for the second half of the year except from the confirmed Davis Cup. Please let us know 🎾❤️
arbiter
28.07.2015 | 20:04
I shall say this, as has been my conviction. That so called 10 to 15 percent increase in djoke's game, for the better, was not due to natural causes, to work alone. Something else is at work in his system, no doubt. Started with his fake illness. It has to be said, and he can go and deny it. I would like to see blood passports used by the ATP and the Grand Slams.
Hoad
28.07.2015 | 18:04
Great Roger!
Go Flushing Meadows for a new great performance!
HeartoftheMatter
28.07.2015 | 09:51
Roger, staying away from a new surface only works for certain people!!! As for yourself, it would be good if you didn't have to do DC, and rather play Cincy and USO. The other possibility, Montreal, is not comparable to Cincy. But you know how and best to do things. I still can't get over a player going from clay to grass, after a loss, and having no grass tournament! something is out of kilter, methinks.
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