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Old 03-20-2006, 02:17 PM   #5
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Default Re: A question to the Americans here

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Originally Posted by RonE
My question is this: now that Roger has won 2 U.S. Opens, 2 Masters Cups (in Houston), and 5 Master Series events on U.S. soil- does he finally get the recognition he deserves? Does your average guy/gal who goes to watch the U.S. Open on Labour Day know who he is?
No. He's still Mr Nobody here. Maybe after five more US Open slam wins some of them will finally start to recognize his name.
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