Maradona met Tennis stars at Dubai ! Argenitne soccor legend Diego Maradona met Roger, Delpo and Nole on Wednesday at Dubai Duty Free Championship .
"It's pleasure to share moments with Diego" said Del Potro."all the argentine people love him,and he's our No.1 sports representative in the world.To hit some balls with him here in this stadium ,It is amazing for me."
Novak beats Andreas Seppi 6-0 6-3 to reach Dubai semi finals .Semi final draws : Juan Martin Del Potro V Novak Dojovic Tomas Berdych V Winner odFederer - Davydenko match It looks like a Federer - Djokovic final is coming, But of course, Juan and Tomas are really dangerous, But actually, I want a Federer - Del Potro final Good luck for both :)Allez Roger ;)
Unfortunately Roger couldn't reach to final, Frida! Roger lost in semifinal against Berdych, 6-3 6-7 4-6
That was really close match specially in the second set, but finally Berdych beat Roger! Final match will between Novak and Berdych!
Yeah , It was very close , Roger took first set 6-3 and in the second set and especially tie break he fought amazing to prevent third set .Honestly , I'm not sorry ! Cause I see he fights amazing for success and with every match he gets more closer to success . As I said , score was very close and winner could be Roger instead of Tomas .Although he lost , It doesn't mean Roger is done for me :P I will continue supporting :) Cause season continues and there is a lot of tournaments to defeat and also win ;) Especially Cincy is waiting Roger , For a bagel again :D :PGood luck Fed ! Allez ! :)
We should wait and see what will happen! Novak is on fire, Nadal is back and Roger wants to beat all the oppenents and win this tournament after Dubai!
I'm sure we will see a great tournament and great matches between ATP players!
Woow, what a match it will be! Nadal vs Roger!
I think that Nadal will play more aggressively than Roger, Nadal wants to recoup!
I wish it becomes a really good match and fans enjoy watching!
Good luck for both of them! ;-)
Roger lost against Nadal, 4-6 2-6!Indian Wells official website news:Two-time BNP Paribas Open champion Rafael Nadal put together a comprehensive performance to defeat long-time rival and defending titlist Roger Federer 6-4, 6-2 in their quarterfinal showdown on Thursday evening.Nadal avenged his semifinal loss to the Swiss a year ago at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden and upped his FedEx Head2Head series with Federer to a 19-10 record. This marked the first time the two squared off this early in a tournament draw since 2004, when Nadal won their first meeting in the third round of the Sony Open Tennis in Miami.The 26-year-old Nadal is through to his eighth consecutive semifinal and fifth in Indian Wells. He lifted trophies in 2007 (d. Djokovic) and 2009 (d. Murray). He and Federer are tied for the most ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns with 21. Nadal will face off against Tomas Berdych for a place in the final on Saturday.With the loss, Federer could be overtaken by Andy Murray for No. 2 in the Emirates ATP Rankings should Murray reach the final. Federer has been dealing with a back issue during the tournament, but did not use it as a reason for his defeat, having come through a three-setter a day earlier against compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka. “[It was the] same as against Stan. I mean, I could play,” said Federer. “I'm happy to be out there and able to compete. But it's obviously a small issue.”Fifth seed Nadal pressed Federer's serve frequently in the first set by being the more aggressive player. After missing out on a break point chance at 2-3, the Spaniard broke the World No. 2 in the seventh game with a cross-court backhand pass. Trailing 3-5, Federer wiped away two set points on his serve before Nadal locked up the set on his fourth opportunity.The Mallorcan opened a 3-0 double break lead in the second set, making the most of his trademark forehand when Federer approached the net. The crowd came alive when Federer reached break point for the first time in the fourth game and erupted when he broke to get on the scoreboard. But Nadal wasn’t fazed and he took advantage of uncharacteristic errors from Federer to convert his fourth break for a 5-2 lead. He closed out the victory in 84 minutes.
Sportmanship is this ...
When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have a Roger Federer to smile.
That was wonderful! :D :D