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Davydenko and Haas gave him a pretty hard time and, eventhough both of them are excellent players, I feel like either Baghdatis or Nalbandian would be harder for him, right now
pound cat said:I don't know about mentally, but here's an interesting comment/theory on the BBC Have your Say board,
There are 2 factors that explain Rogers poor performance in the last 2 matches.
1 - He is STILL injured but doesn't want anyone to know about it. Wilander on Eurosport was very close to say it but it looks like they are bound to keeping the secret as long as possible. The commentators are only allowed to critisize his footwork. no comment on his strap or ligaments.
like the fifth set in the haas game. dominance.federerer said:I think people's expectation of total dominance in every match is a little high. Nobody can play at their top level all the time. The great ones, however, can summon their best game when the really need it.