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Simon Graf
has quickly recovered from his difficult night at the , according to his coach Severin Lรผthi. He stayed in the US after the tournament, getting ready for the in Chicago.
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Doris Sep 11
It makes sense to look forward instead of looking back. What happened is over but there are still some highlights to come for Roger this season ๐Ÿ™‚ Swiss Indoors, WTF ๐Ÿ‘ And we should never forget that he won a GS this year and became #1 again ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Timi Tennis Sep 12
Yes, but I feel like we have been hearing that after every loss. Dunno.
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Doris Sep 12
What should he say? That he regrets that he didn't win the tournament? Of course he will be disappointed but he had to accept that he couldn't cope with the conditions during the match. Health is always the main priority and it was dangerous out there. Severin often stated that
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Doris Sep 12
Roger is a master in leaving disappointing losses behind and looking forward to the next challenges instead.
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Timi Tennis Sep 12
Well, I am just saying it seems we have been hearing that a lot all year. More than normal. So maybe this is the new normal. Not saying health doesn't matter.
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