Revenge is Sweet for Federer Against Raonic in London

Hey folks. How are you? It sucks when there is no tennis to follow, doesn’t it? I was missing the tennis last week but the big boys are all back this week for the World Tour Finals in London. It is a nice line up but I would have preferred for Ferrer being there instead of Berdych. Not that I find Ferrer interesting, but I find Berdych utterly unwatchable. And it’s not just his one dimensional game, but also his pathetic loser attitude(aside from when he plays Roger of course, then he is all of a sudden Superman). But fortunately Berdych is not in Roger’s group so I won’t have to suffer the torture of watching him play. The first singles match yesterday was between Murray and Nishikori. This was still early enough for me to watch and as I thought it would be it was an interesting encounter. It was a tough one to call which made the routine 6-4, 6-4 win for Nishikori surprising.

But really he has been very impressive this year and it is not that big a surprise that he won, even though it was his first ever match at the World Tour Finals and he needed some time to settle. It wasn’t that Murray was bad. Nishikori was just great. And yet he could have won more comfortably had he made a forehand winner at 3-0 in the second set for the insurance break. After missing that forehand by a small margin Murray got the break back at 4-2 and leveled at 4-4. But Nishikori just stepped it up and broke again at 5-4 to get his London campaign off to a flying start. Another area where Nishikori can still improve a lot is his net game. If he was better in that area he would have beaten Murray more comfortably too. You know this guy is a the real deal when he routines a resurgent Murray and still have room for improvement. Keep in mind he will be Roger’s next opponent.

This after Roger predictably got his 6-1, 7-6(0) revenge over Raonic. I couldn’t watch because they were playing at 3 am my time, but as long as Roger won I was happy. The first thing I looked for yesterday in the Murray/Nishikori match was the court speed. This was always gonna be a key factor for Roger’s quest to win the title and beat Djokovic. At first I thought it was very slow, but after watching the Federer/Raonic highlights I realized that was partly because of the way Murray and Nishikori plays. So I thought it was medium paced. But just minutes ago as I am writing this Peter Fleming said on Sky that he talked to the groundsman in London and they swore that the court surface is identical to Paris. As we know Paris was slow which means this is not good news for Roger’s chances. This is one reason I said that I was satisfied with Roger’s season after he won Basel.

I knew it would be difficult for him to win in London if the courts were slow again, and I thought that it probably would be. So it is basically tailor made for Djokovic who likes slower courts and just won the title on an identical surface in Paris with ease. Now the question arises what was the surface speed in Shanghai. If it was also the same as in Paris and London then of course you like Roger’s chances to win the title. But I think it was for sure faster. You are welcome to correct me on that of course if you know better. But like I said the courts look slower to me than in Shanghai and it is probably the same like it was in 2012 when Djokovic straight setted Roger in the final. But there are two important things to remember which is that Roger was burned out towards the end of the season in 2012, and it was actually a great effort from him just to make the final.

The entrance

The other thing is that last year Roger was poor by his own high standards and he still won a set against Djokovic in the round robin stage. Clearly I won’t write off Roger’s chances if he faces Djokovic but you do feel that the court speed slightly favors Djokovic. Then again I thought the same in Shanghai so I wouldn’t make too much of that slight advantage. We are far from a possible Djokerer encounter anyway. I just thought that can play a part if they do meet in the semis or final. I haven’t said much about the Raonic match because I didn’t watch, but the breadstick in the first set was nice and of course the bagel in the tie break. It seems Roger was back to his best in the first set and in the second he probably just got a little bored against the serve bot. From what I hear Roger let Raonic back into a few games from 40-0 and ended up facing four break points in the second set.

From the highlights I also see he had a set point against him. So it is nice to see the clutch Roger is back and that he seems rested after a lot of tennis recently. The Paris loss was a blessing in disguise because I saw on Twitter that Roger said he took two days off after Paris and still felt tired, so he took Thursday off too last week. It is not surprising at all that he was very tired after Shanghai, Basel, and Paris. It was a demanding few weeks and he was clearly tired against Raonic in Paris. But the fact that he reversed that result here shows that he is rested and ready to win this title. But first he must try to finish on top of his group which won’t be easy. He now plays Nishikori who will already be a very tough test. And I hear they will play the evening match which delights me because it means I will be able to watch this unmissable encounter. The head-to-head stands at 2-2 and I expect this to be a very tough match for Roger.

Coach Edberg giving the Sportsmanship award to his player! #Fedberg

But I do believe in him and I hope he can win because that means he will most likely top his group. It’s not necessarily the topping of the group that is so important but the assurance of qualifying for the semis and being unbeaten. It’s about confidence and if Roger is to beat Djokovic here he will need to be at his peak. What I also like is that there are rest days in between which I think is important for Roger. Roger wants to be unbeaten champion just in case Djokovic falters and for that he must put everything into every match which will cost energy. As I am writing this post I am happy to report that the Stanimal is destroying Birdshit as well which is great news for Stan, the Swiss, and of course Roger. So everything working out just great so far in London and later today we will find out if Djokovic continues his destructive form when he faces Cilic in his first match.

Good luck champ!

 

Ps. Stan destroyed the Birdshit 6-1, 6-1. Birdshit didn’t hit a single ground stroke winner. What a waste of a spot in London. How about Stan though? He seems to be back! Can he defeat Djokovic again?!

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54 Comments

  1. Good post, Ru-an, like what you said…yes, Birdpoo got defeated…applause, applause. Am happy for Stan’s win.
    Did not see much of Roger/Raonic match, but was sooooo happy he won…applause, applause.
    Fingers crossed for the next match tomorrow with Nishi…do like him but do not want him to defeat the Champ. Good luck, Roger.
    Kindly,
    Dolores
    PS. I’m sure there will be some good comments following me.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Thanks Dolores! Nishikori is a classy guy, isn’t he? I like him a lot but of course we want Fed to prevail. I’m sure there will be good comments following too but yours are always a bit special!

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    Veronica Reply:

    LIKE your comment, grandma!! Applause, applause, haha! I like Kei too, so humble, understated and is such an intelligent player except that I don’t like him when he plays the GOAT!! Haha! Somehow he matches up well with Roger. Seems he can push Roger from side to side so well, Roger often have to scramble and he also seems quicker than Roger. I’m worried for this match. Roger’s first serve percentage is key. If he has a low percentage, it’s gonna be a struggle as Kei eats up second serves. Hopefully Kei will have another woeful serving day. If his serve clicks, it would be hard to play him.

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    Dolores Reply:

    Hi Veronica, appreciate your reply…well, Roger did defeat Nishi, onto to the next match. Did not see the Roger/Nishi match, looking for Ru-an’s blog on it. Lots of comments about various players. Birdpoo is not my cup of tea. sorry Katyani,…agree with Katyani and others, the Award for Sportsmanship should stay in Edberg’s name in mho. he was and is a true gentleman tennis player, am delighted that he has agreed to be Roger’s coach.
    We shall keep faith, Veronica, in upcoming Roger matches. Don’t you just love his curly hair look?
    Grandma says, so-long ’til next match results.
    Best,
    Dolores

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  2. Hi all! Glad to see you’re back to posting, Ru-an.

    Cilic has a shot of upsetting Djokovic–if he plays at the level he showed at USO, Djokovic has no chance. Otherwise, Djokovic will win. Berdych has very a poor record against the world #1, Stan the Man might have a chance of pulling off the upset if he keeps up this level of play, but it would be tough for him on such a slow court.

    Good to see that Federer won the second set despite not playing at his absolute best. He can’t go all-out on every point because he has to save energy, but he was nonetheless clutch on the important points, saving BPs (including a set point) and then destroying Raonic in the tiebreaker. It augurs well for his next two matches, which will be very difficult. Nishikori is playing very well and Murray will be desperate to get a win after losing his first match. He’ll have to play very well to dispatch both of them.

    Even if it’s slow, it’s still an indoor court, and he’s playing much better than last year, so I think he has an excellent chance of coming away with this title. It’s still a long way off, but he couldn’t have gotten off to a better start.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Hi Steve. Not sure what to say. Clearly Cilic was the one that had no chance here.

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  3. Hi Ruan, long time follower of your blog here, first time poster! I was impressed by the way Fed came out firing in the first set against Milos, and the scoreline was 100% reflective of how the match played out. Perhaps took his foot off the pedal in set 2, but still enough to get the job done comfortably. I was surprised by the ease with which he clinched the tiebreaker – imo I’d put that down to a combo of Roger holding firm mentally and Raonic with just awful shot selection.

    I don’t like Berdych’s defeatist attitude against Novak/Stan, et al. so I was naturally delighted to see Wawrinka administer another epic beatdown today.
    Djokovic has also followed suit against one-time fluke champion Cilic. A lot of breadsticks already being handed out at this year’s WTFs. I sense the crowd want some more exciting matches, and perhaps Federer-Nishikori and Murray-Raonic may give them just that tomorrow.
    Hoping for some good quality 3-setters, and all the best to Fed!

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Always great to see new posters Krish! I appreciate the following. I agree that Fedkori and Raoray will probably both go to three sets and will be good matches. Certainly today promises to be an interesting day!

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    Krish Reply:

    Thanks Ruan :-)
    Oh well, not a 3 set classic today, but obviously I’m very happy Fed got the win today! Kei seemed to make more errors than usual and Roger was very solid throughout
    Federer-Murray to round off the RR stages then, not that it matters much now since our guy is basically through to the semis! Let’s see what Andy’s form is like later on this evening

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  4. http://espn.go.com/tennis/story/_/id/11853811/rafael-nadal-receive-stem-cell-treatment-back-pain

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Yeah I know about this Joe. Just another shady treatment for Nadal.

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    Alex Reply:

    You watch. He will be back better than ever for clay season and beyond in 2015. The guy has a plan

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Of course he has a plan. He is obsessed with becoming the GOAT and he would go to any length to achieve that end.

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    Veronica Reply:

    Hmmm…..be prepared, guys, for another heroic comeback with an “upgraded” broom that sweeps across the clay season and even picks up slams along the way!!!!

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    elizabeth Reply:

    Veronica with an *upgraded* broom and his batteries fully *charged* the mind boggles! Terrible tennis from Cilic, I know that Novak returns well but surely Cilic made Novak look better…if that’s possible. Have to admit for the first time ever I feel a bit sorry for Berdych, he must feel awful at the prospect of facing Djokovic. Can’t remember WTF tennis being so one sided (maybe when fed bageled Nadal). Finger crossed for today for Roger X

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  5. “You know this guy is a the real deal when he routines a resurgent Murray and still HAVE room for improvement.”

    Can you please do something with your pathetic grammar and learn how to use subjects and verbs once and for all please. It should be “you know this guy is the real deal when he routines a resurgent Murray and still HAS room for improvement.” You knob.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Haha like I give a shit about a meaningless grammar mistake, not being a native English speaker and all. As for ‘routines’ that was on purpose of course. No one asked you to read my blog(or comment for that matter). I know it is hard not to since it is the best tennis blog around, but now you will be reduced to only reading again :-(
    Oh and get a life.

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    Katyani Reply:

    Hey Ru-an, don’t read too much into this comment of this person. Not all of us are professors in English, but as long as others know what we are talking about, who cares about spelling and grammer… There are more important things to worry about sweet McHale :-)

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    Jiten Reply:

    Hi Knob, I don’t know what size is your brain (probably slightly smaller than a pea), but Dude, I am sure Ru-an has written more sentences in English than you have in your entire life. That too, for an international forum. Those are just typos which one could simply ignore. In my opinion, Ru-an’s English is far better than many native English speakers. So simply get lost from this wonderful blog. You are simply defiling it.

    PS: Ru-an, if you feel my comments offensive, you may remove them. But I could not help replying to this Moron’s outburst!

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Not at all it is the opposite of offensive Jiten so thanks. ‘Hi Knob’ was funny, but we shouldn’t make too much fun of this person. They can’t live a very happy life if they spend their time looking for meaningless errors and biting people’s heads off for it. You just have to feel sorry for them.

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    Veronica Reply:

    Hey Ru-an, you got me curious about the word “knob”. I didn’t know the meaning but since you mentioned it, I looked it up and…….omg……..!!!! Hahaha!!! Also, “……looking for meaningless errors and biting people’s heads off for it…..” Lol! Lol! So funny the way you put it! But you are right, Ru-an, no use reacting, it’s better to be generous. Hey Mchale! Are you a Roger fan? If Ru-an allows it, Welcome! And hopefully we can all get off to a better start!

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Lol! Did you look for an image too? Come on now don’t lie I know you did! Haha. I was not the first one who used it! It was Knob who used it and then Jiten christened the person ‘Knob’ lol. Too good.

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    Joe Reply:

    Is KnobDull a rude nickname?

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Probably but I’ll allow it lmao.

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    veronica Reply:

    FYI, Ru-an, there was NO image when I looked up the word. But now that you mentioned…… Hahahaha!! But thank you, I’d rather not! Btw, you and Jiten are just too funny; you said you were not the first one to use the word and then Jiten christened the person! And then Joe joined your naughty gang and came up with Knobdull! Lol! Lol!

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    Veronica Reply:

    Ru-an, hahaha! These losers have nothing better to do than read GOAT blogs all day long coz they can’t help themselves……….

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    elizabeth Reply:

    Why is it that some people have issues with the written word, but no such quams with the spoken word…this site is like a conversation with people who enjoy the banter! So Ru-an long may your *bad grammer* continue x

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Haha thanks Elizabeth. It’s like Jiten said some English natives are far worse at English than I am. But enough of nitpicking we will leave that to the hypocrites.

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  6. Hey Ru-an and others, what’s up?? Roger is looking very good and playing very good too. And you are right Ru-an, maybe he got a bit bored and let Raonic back into the game, but thank God closed the door on him. And what about Raonic? Played the match of his life against Roger (as did Cilic ofcourse) and then…. I was yesterday SO MAD at Cilic. It really bothers me to hell… players play in the zone, play the match of their life against Roger so his chance of winning something important goes out of the window and then…. against the other big guys they just lose so badly….. What is up with that?? Some critic/journo really should write an article about why they only do that to Roger. I mean come on, Novak played great, had some amazing shots, but he was not unbeatable…

    Anyways, how about the ovation Roger got when he entered?? :-)

    And who knew Nishi would be THIS dangerous? He is making the lifes of all the top players miserable. Is his playing style somewhat like Novak?? I know Roger will beat him, but I think it will be in 3. And I like Nishikori. He really seems nice and doesn’t overact. Humble and means it too.
    And thank God Stan the Man remembered that he is a great tennisplayer. All he has to do is show it against Novak, because Berdy will ofcourse lose to Novak…

    BUT GUYS….. a question to all of you… what is your problem with Berdych?? Why don’t you like him?? Don’t hold this against me, but I am his fan :-) I like him so much. After Roger, I like Delpo and Berdych the most. Berdych may act tough and get a lot of boo’s, but he is a nice guy. I love his smile and I love the fact that he is not perfect. For me the most important thing about him is that he is real. What you see is what you get. He doesn’t act humble, he doesn’t act like an actor, he doesn’t want to be popular and suddenly acts like a saint. He really is himself. Good and bad. And I love that about him. But of course…. when he beats Roger… all this love goes out of the window and I am his “frenemie” for a while :-) After that, all’s cool :-)

    Also, I think people should stop asking Edberg IN FRONT OF ROGER if it is oke to name the Sportmanship Award after Roger?? I mean, I love Roger, but that is just rude. Ask Edberg that in private and name the award after them BOTH and seriously name the Fan Favourite Award after Roger :-)

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Sorry if you are Berdych’s fan Katyani. Just not my cup of tea. Agree with you about Edberg but I would add that Edberg was a better sport than Roger and that the award should stay in his name.

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    Veronica Reply:

    Hey sis! Yeah, mad about Cilic’s performance and how everyone plays the match of their lives against Roger. But in a way I’m happy to see it because it is the greatest compliment to Roger that he is THE standard for all things tennis. To get a chance to play THE standard and to get a win over him is a dream come true by itself for every current tennis player! Roger created this “problem” himself with such high standards and an extremely successful career. He is an icon and a household name. Everyone wants a piece of his scalp. That’s the price he has to pay and a thorn that we fans would have to bear as long as Roger is still playing. I can accept that. It makes me even prouder to be his fan. Re Berdshit, he’s actually quite nice and likeable, not the cold cocky player he seemed before. And yeah, totally agree with you about changing name of sportsmanship award. This is where I get embarrassed with Fed “Worshippers” – don’t have a clue about boundaries and don’t know when to keep their mouths shut! I don’t know about Edberg’s era but from what I heard and read about him, I think Roger is miles behind him as far as sportsmanship is concerned. Case closed.

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    Katyani Reply:

    Hey Ru-an and Veronica, I agree about the award. I was watching the presentation and to be honest, I really felt bad for Edberg. I don’t want them to change the name of the Sportmanship after Roger, but maybe both their names? Or have another one named after Roger. Like you Veronica, I don’t know about Edberg’s era, but if Stefan is such a gentleman now, can you imagine how he was in his time? He didn’t get the award named after him for nothing. And even I read also that he was more sportman than Roger. But that is not a dig at Roger, because I love Roger because he is NOT perfect. Like I have said many times before, if Roger would be perfect, he would be boring and I would not be his fan like I am now.

    I don’t mind the Sportmanship to have Edberg’s name, BUT OH MY GOD…. the Fan Favourite HAS TO BE NAMED after Roger !!! I mean come on…. the guy won it 12 times !!!

    And yes my sweet dear Aussie sis, I can see and understand why so many people dislike Berdych :-) Sometimes I think I am his ONLY fan on the whole planet and universe :-) But I really mean this: I rather be his fan any time than to be a fan of someone like Novak. I totally love Novak’s game, I love some of his actions, I love that he is gracious in defeat, but I don’t like his fakeness, him trying way too hard to be liked, him not always beeing humble and YESSSS, I have a BIG PROBLEM with his gamesmanship MTO’s which can cost someone a title. But…. I am not going there :-)
    And also very true…. I was yesterday SO MAD at Cilic…..

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    Katyani Reply:

    Ps sweet sis, your sentences from “and how everyone plays….even prouder to be his fan”.

    Wow, just wow, I totally agree and it is sooooo true. Thank you SO MUCH for writing those things. And please keep those comments coming. Ru-an and you (and the others ofcourse) are the biggest reason why I love this blog.
    The way you two (and Steve also) write the things about Roger…. wow….just wow….

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    veronica Reply:

    Thank you Kat! You are too kind! I’m nothing compared to all these expert knowledgeable commentators here. I still feel inferior to them!!

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    Jiten Reply:

    No Katyani, we don’t hate Birdshit. Of course he is handsome. And no one can match his choice of attires in the tennis court. He has to be simply the best. You may fool others, but not me Sis. After his handshake with the umpire yesterday, the wink he made towards the camera couldn’t escape my attention. I know that was specifically meant for Katyani, and only Katyani. :-)

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    Katyani Reply:

    Haha Desi bro, when I read your reply I had to laugh and I had the biggest smile on my face from one side to the other :-) Yeah, Berdy’s eyes and oh my God his smile…… But don’t get me wrong… I am not cheating on the love of my life :-) For me there is just one man. A thousand of Berdy’s cannot make me leave my hero… who by the way… hope you know what I mean… after 7 lives with Mirka…. after the 7th “janam”…… Desi Bro….. ROGER IS MINE AND MINE ALONE !!! :-)
    Do you hear me Roger and Mirka and Aussie-Mirka-Wannebe :-)

    But you are right about one thing Jiten, Berdych loves to be hated. I mean come on… you are asking for it right with those outfits??? Because of his outfits I am his only fan on the whole planet and if I had my way I would put his clothing designers from H&M in the middle of a garden and throw tomatoes at them until they beg for mercy :-)
    My sweet Berdych, if you are reading this: PLEASE FIRE THEM :-)

    And yes bro… although he has a way too good looking girlfriend…. that wink was especially for me :-)

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    Jiten Reply:

    I earnestly hope Sis that after going through the ordeal of having to live without Fed as your partner in your seven lives, you are reborn as Mirka in the eighth :-) :-) . Lots of love from India.

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    veronica Reply:

    hahaha Kat/Jiten! First, not all of Berdy’s H&M’s shirts are bad. I think they are different and unique. Second, gosh, his girlfriend is a looker!! And thirdly, my dear Kat, by the time the 7 lives are finished, Roger maybe an old man already!! Haha!! And fourthly, “Berdy loves to be hated”, you are so right. Did you read what he said after he beat Cilic? “By the way he played, he is not winning USO”!!! He is DESPISABLE!!! How can he say that about Cilic? Cilic won a slam, he DID NOT. Poor Cilic, everybody saying he is a fluke; especially after such poor performances in WTF (but he is injured; couldn’t practise properly). Cilic is a really nice and humble guy and doesn’t deserve all these horrible comments.

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  7. A nice clean victory today. 6:3 6:2! Roger looks angry and I like it. The Year-End Number 1 May be decided as soon as tomorrow if Djokovic beats Wawrinka but in any case I want punishment and I want Roger to grab this Masters Cup.

    No messing around. 6 titles would be sweet with the Davis Cup up.

    Let’s hope for the best! :-)

    P.S. Can someone explain to me what is exactly Roger saying nowadays once he gets the break. I know that he said something after breaking Raonic the other day and also after breaking Nishikori today. For sure it wasn’t “come-on”.. ;-)

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    Alex Reply:

    Yea I’d like to know as well what he is saying

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    Alex Reply:

    btw I dodn’t see the match but I still can’t believe the score. I mean to beat Nishi with a score like that, fed must be playing really well.

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    Florian Reply:

    “Chum jetze” is Swiss-German and means “come on now”

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rVuRFORTFTU

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    Vily Reply:

    Lol! Ok! As long as it’s not some expletive. ;-)

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    veronica Reply:

    Anyone knows how it is pronounced? Dolores? I always thought it was “charm jetz” but it sounded more like “koom je ta” from Roger.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Yeah I think it may be komm jetze Veronica which is probably German. Doesn’t sound like the Swiss-German chum jetze.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVuRFORTFTU

    I like.

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    Dolores Reply:

    Correct, Ru-an, you got the answer right.
    Dolores

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    Ru-an Reply:

    :-)

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    Dolores Reply:

    Hi Veronica, Am not familiar with Swiss German at all. I would think that Roger’s meaning in encouraging his play…”come on”….in German the phrase would be “Komm’ jetzt”.
    Dolores

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    veronica Reply:

    Thanks Dolores! When Roger says it, it sounded like 3 syllables, something like “koom jetz ta” instead of 2 syllables, “komm jetzt”. So is it 2 or 3 syllables?

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    Ru-an Reply:

    I’d like to hear Dolores’ opinion to but I think it’s a mix of German and Swiss-German as in Komm jetze, and not Komm jetzt. It is definitely three syllables and not two which Komm jetzt would be. It actually sounds like Komm jetza. Anyway we will hear what Dolores says. I’m not German.

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  8. Well pretty pleased with the win today – bit worrying at the start when Nishikori was winning most of the baseline rallies. But then somehow it turned around. Also, Federer was much tidier on serve than he was against Raonic.

    I am hoping Federer can get in directly tonight, but Raonic doesn’t seem to be playing too well. He seems to be serving less than 40% . I really don’t know how this guy on the court is the same guy who fired 21 aces in Paris against Federer, and was hitting clean winners. It seems he is about to be straight setted by Murray. This will put a lot of pressure on the Federer- Murray match.

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  9. Ru-an,
    Now that the #1 is gone, what do you expect of the great final Roger x Djkovic?

    (the semis will be just protocol)

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Well if there is one thing I have learned about tennis it’s that it is unpredictable. Never say never, but it does look like we will have a Djokerer final. It seems destined. What do I expect? A good match.

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