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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

Routine. Pretty good from Federer. Small ups and downs here and there, but Casualerer is really not being challenged at all at these stages. Never really played with both of his eyes opened, Sleepwalking most of the time.

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Damnit, another Fed match I couldn't watch...
Oh well... I see he didn't got broken again, and he had 2 early breaks and a lot of chances of makint it better

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he's still out there signing for fans


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he's still out there signing for fans

Too good this Roger.

Was a good match with a couple of great points.

Roger at 60% more than enough.

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Routine. Pretty good from Federer. Small ups and downs here and there, but Casualerer is really not being challenged at all at these stages. Never really played with both of his eyes opened, Sleepwalking most of the time.

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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

De Bakker is such a mug, it's unbelievable, should be fined for lack of effort.
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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

Fed was treating this match as an exho.
Clowning around with the ball kids, making some obvious challenges (two in a row on a serve of his actually, both at similar situations, both of course wrong ), all in all, the outcome of this match was N.I.D. and I wasn't the only one around to witness it to believe that he actually granted De Bakker a few extra games for pure entertainment purposes.

And entertainment it indeed was.

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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

Delpo has faced tougher opponents Will Roger be ready for him?

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So is there any hope for debacle this year? He's fallen pretty hard.
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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

Not a great match from Fed, not a good match at all from de Bakker, just not that great a match. As Sunset of Age said, Fed treated this like an exhibition match. 50% Fed is stil twice the tennisplayer de Bakker is. As I've said tons of times before, he's just not good enough.

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Re: Rotterdam R2: Roger takes care of Thiemo De Bakker 6-3 6-4

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