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*******FRENCH OPEN -R GARROS 2005(Good luck champion)********

Ok Cos you asked, this is the good luck thread of R Garros. RogiFan started the thread a long ago but some of you asked and here we go. So do not leave Rogi Fan thread, ok? I just started this to see if we give Roger pur energy, I cannot promise this will work cos its not the same. BUT Im giving Roger all the energy here. He is in good shape and he is our CHAMPION , right.
I added the starts as Rone wanted ( they have a meaning... now have 6 at the beginning.. and 7 at the end.. guess why???? For the 7ths victory of the year and the fisrt slam of 2005!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO ROGER GO
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Re: *******FRENCH OPEN -R GARROS 2005(Good luck champion)********

Silvy, thanks for the thread. Let's hope your thread will bring him luck again

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Re: *******FRENCH OPEN -R GARROS 2005(Good luck champion)********

Thanks Silvy

Good luck Roger, win your 1st RG Title , but first i pray for you to get an easy draw, adn to keep Nadal, Coria and Ferrero in other side of the draw





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it's those asterisks that are his talisman!

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Eva , i thought we (his fans) were his talisman???




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Good luck, Roger in Paris!!! You are just great!! We are all behind you!!!!

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GOOD LUCK ROGER, YOU'RE A CHAMP!!

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YES YES, we are Rogi´s energy, talisman, etc. The asterisks ( stars) are just a wish...
Hope theyllbring him good luck. Lets go for the 7th trophy and first SLAM of the year.
VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ROJA

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Thanks silvy Roger needs your thread for his RG run Yes, hope we can bring all the luck to him. He needs it in RG.

I'm not looking too ahead, just pls give him an easy draw on Friday first
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silvy, I can delete my thread -- we don't need two

Hopp Rogi! Go Gonzo! Allez Gasquet!

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May Be Roger can Win G and Wimby in a year~!!!
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Also good luck to all the Swiss in qualfiers!!
Stanislas Wawrinka, Ivo Heuberger, Geroge Bastl, Marco Chiudinelli!!

Mmmm, Bastle and Chiudi are in the same section...

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Allez, Rogi!
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Re: *******FRENCH OPEN -R GARROS 2005(Good luck champion)********

Federer smooths way to Paris
By Barry Wood in Hamburg
(Filed: 16/05/2005)

Roger Federer warmed up for the French Open by stretching his record in ATP finals to 19 successive victories when he beat Richard Gasquet to win the Hamburg Masters.

Federer's surprise defeat by Gasquet in April led to him taking three weeks off. But he returned in style here, beating Gasquet 6-3, 7-5, 7-6 yesterday.

Gasquet, 18, who had to qualify for the tournament, was clearly tired after seven matches in nine days and he failed to show the form that took him to victory over Federer in the Monte Carlo quarter-finals.

Federer caught Gasquet cold and broke him in the second game with an overhead shot that clipped the net cord but fell in his favour.

Federer then struggled to maintain his advantage, fighting off three break points at 4-2 and then two more early in the second set.

Gasquet played just one poor service game, but crucially it came at 5-5 in the second set when he was broken to love, and Federer claimed the set by winning 12 of the last 13 points.

After no break points in the third set, Federer took the tie-break 7-4.

"To come through the week without losing a set is very nice, and it gives me great belief that I can also do better at the French Open," said Federer, who has gone no further in that tournament than the third round in the last three years.

"I have a good feeling, but feelings don't matter much once it starts. It's the real deal over five sets for two weeks. I cannot think about aiming for the title. The last few years have been too disappointing for me, and I really have to focus on the early rounds."

Despite his defeat, Gasquet will approach the French Open, which starts next Monday, in good spirits. "I have a lot of confidence now for Roland Garros, because I played some great matches here and today was a good experience for me," he said. "I was nervous at the beginning of the match but then it was OK. But I didn't return good in all the match. That was the key, I think."

Amelie Mauresmo retained her Italian Open title yesterday, beating Patty Schnyder 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, and, she hopes, putting herself in prime position for a decent run at the French Open.

Mauresmo arrived in Rome unsure of her form and fitness. A strained abdominal muscle had limited her clay-court season and a lack of direction had scuppered her results.

But back at her favourite city and her favourite event, she gradually began to find her rhythm.

From a miserably poor start against Schnyder, she began to apply the pressure in the second set. A furious argument with Romano Grillotti, the umpire, over a missed line call seemed to clear her head and from that moment on, Mauresmo was able to take control.

"I just took it as a relaxed tournament," she said. "And then finally, I'm here with the trophy on the last day. Maybe I should do that at every tournament I go to, especially the grand slams and the French Open."

The French Open, though, is where Mauresmo struggles most. Overwhelmed by the pressure of performing well in front of her home crowd, she has never got beyond the quarter-finals.

Winning two Italian titles from five finals over the last six years proves she can beat anyone on clay - now she just has to learn how not to beat herself when she gets to Roland Garros.

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Federer determined to make amends
World number one Roger Federer has set his sights on winning the season's three remaining Grand Slam events.
The Swiss player, who has won six titles already this year, lost in the semi-finals of the season's first major, the Australian Open, in January.

But Federer said he intended to make amends for that defeat to Marat Safin.

"Wimbledon and Roland Garros are important goals but it would be great to win the final three Slams of the season," said the 23-year-old.

The first of those challenges will come at the French Open, which begins next Monday.

Federer has struggled at Roland Garros in previous years but will be top seed and has just won the Hamburg Masters.

I'm just very sentimental about Wimbledon more than any of the other tournaments
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"If I win in Paris it means I have won every Slam, which is something only a few players can claim," he said.

After the French Open comes Wimbledon, and Federer admitted the London event was his favourite.

"I guess Wimbledon will always remain number one in my heart," said the Swiss star, who picked up his second title at SW19 last summer.

"It was where I won my first Grand Slam, and all my heroes have played there.

"I've cried there more than any other tournament. I'm just very sentimental about that tournament more than any of the others."

Federer, who has won 41 of his last 43 matches, is to be honoured at the World Laureus Sports Awards, which take place in Portugal on Monday.

Story from BBC SPORT:
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Published: 2005/05/16 17:24:10 GMT
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I'm surprised Roger would publicly say something as gauche as wanting to make amends by winning the next 3. It also puts a target on his back, I think. Roger darling, go take care of your feet, rest up, talk to Tony & enjoy Mirka - but just shhhhhh...thank you!
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