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can you close out a match??? ffs

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Roger wins match in 3 sets 7-5 6-7 6-1
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Vamos big hairy yeti

Better pick it up tomorrow or you can say hasta la vista to La Caja de whatever

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I'm glad that Roger gave himself a chance to play one of his rivals again
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not 6-0 but I'll take 6-1. Sends him packing with his tail between his legs. A win is still a win so I'll take it

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ROGER & JANKO & LE MAGICIEN & Stan & A-Rod & Novak & Rafa
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now you better win Andy M !!
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oh god I hope Murray loses

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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

I'm the only one who seems to think Roger played well this match, ofcourse not including the TB and that 3rd BP in the second set.

43 winners and 15 aces is now crap.

"If only I had an enemy bigger than my apathy, I could have won."
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I'm the only one who seems to think Roger played well this match, ofcourse not including the TB and that 3rd BP in the second set.

43 winners and 15 aces is now crap.
I think he did too! some of his shots were just

the TB was bad but aside from that I thought it was a good match against someone who generally played really well

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I think he did too! some of his shots were just

the TB was bad but aside from that I thought it was a good match against someone who generally played really well
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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

he played ok, considering the opponent

but he seems to do that when he's safe... sometimes he doesnt seem to play as good at the crucial times IMO, which has summed up his year so far - and he nearly did it again this time, who knows what could have happened if Rod broke back for 3-2 in the third set
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he played ok, considering the opponent

but he seems to do that when he's safe... sometimes he doesnt seem to play as good at the crucial times IMO, which has summed up his year so far - and he nearly did it again this time, who knows what could have happened if Rod broke back for 3-2 in the third set
True, who knows? But doesn't saving that BP show fighting spirit as well and not willing to concede?

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