最近大事...
★Australian Open - January 18 - 31 , 2010 - Melbourne (AUS) * TW+3.




6-2, 7-5, 6-2
第13個大滿貫+美網開放年代以來五連霸第1人






第一盤 小費先發
一開始小費感覺不錯 發球不錯 反拍也是
Murray怎麼這麼會救球 感覺好像納豆上身
第四局 MURRAY來個drop shot 小費上網 兩人在網前過招 最後小費勝利
murray打出界後1破發點 小費掛網deuce 不過沒有破發
第六局 對手出界 雙誤 打掛網 2破發點 murray出界 小費破發4-2
第八局 小費連連進攻 2破發點 掛網 最後一個破發點 對手出界破發
小費拿到第一盤6-2




第二盤 小費先發
murray還是蠻會救球的
但小費穩穩保發
第二局本來有機會破發
但我還是不放棄 心想 Roger跟他拼deuce啦
2次deuce後
小費先慢慢用反拍防守耐心等待機會
最後再來個大正拍winner破發2-0
隨後 小費失誤 對手有3個破發點 小費上網失誤被破發了2-1
第五局 小費兩次出界 一次上網截擊掛網 對手又有3破發點了
小費輸三贏四 上網截擊掛網 對手掛網 小費正拍保發
第七局 小費連兩次掛網 真的是讓人擔心死了 還好Murray開始失誤 小費保發4-3
第12局 小費這局非常有侵略性 非常積極 非常精采 連贏四球破發後大叫歡呼 拿下這盤
7-5





第三盤小費先發
第二局 超棒的上網截擊 馬上過往急墜小費得第一分
Murray失誤 小費輕鬆穿越 3破發點 Murray掛網破發
2-0
第三局Murray實在是太會救球了 拼到deuce
最後還是保發 3-0
第四局 Murray失誤+雙誤 小費又有3個破發點了
反拍穿越 小費破發4-0
5:love game
5-0
第七局 小費不知道在想什麼啦 結果出現1被破發點 被破發了5-2
可能是太久沒拿到冠軍發球局 so 太緊張了
第八局 小費拼到deuce Murray雙誤 1冠軍點 Murray化解了
小費反拍 又出現1冠軍點 殺球幾次 Murray狂救
最後還是讓小費殺球拿下比賽了6-2











終於又讓我看到你倒地得冠的樣子了XD
我的媽呀 超開心的
不過我以為自己再度看到小費拿冠會感動到哭
可是沒有 ㄎㄎ
一直到主持人介紹Roger 才紅了眼眶

先打到這 我要趕去桃園了

待續~ 兩星期的心得~





看到官網有小費迷說
他給Roger簽名的時候
Roger說:Say hi to everyone and thanks for all the support.


My God! Roger你揪甘心ㄝ~

Murray(GBR) / Federer(SUI)
Elapsed Time by Set: 27 52 32

1st Serve %: 45 of 81 = 56 % / 48 of 81 = 59 %
Aces: 3 / 3
Double Faults: 3 / 0
Unforced Errors: 28 / 33
Winning % on 1st Serve: 23 of 45 = 51 % / 38 of 48 = 79 %
Winning % on 2nd Serve: 17 of 36 = 47 % / 15 of 33 = 45 %
Winners (Including Service): 16 / 36
Receiving Points Won: 28 of 81 = 35 % / 41 of 81 = 51 %
Break Point Conversions: 2 of 5 = 40 % / 7 of 10 = 70 %
Net Approaches: 7 of 11 = 64 % / 31 of 44 = 70 %
Total Points Won: 68 / 94
Fastest Serve: 133 MPH / 126 MPH
Average 1st Serve Speed: 108 MPH / 114 MPH
Average 2nd Serve Speed: 82 MPH / 92 MPH





 ***
Roger,
now you can seat down,
and tell us EVERYTHING. XD






Q. When you came in to this tournament, for whatever reason you were brimming with confidence. Is that really true?

ROGER FEDERER: No, I mean, I was coming here happy being an Olympic champion. I think that's what really made the big difference. If I wouldn't have played doubles at the Olympics, say, you know, I would have come here with three sort of maybe tough losses, you know.

But with the Olympic gold in doubles, it really sort of made me forget about it, and just sort of come in here and enjoy this tournament.

I mean, I'm always going to be confident, you know. I'm a four‑time defending champion. So I was always going to believe in my chances, and especially at the Slams, I knew I was so close at Wimbledon that my chances were always going to be good here.

So that's why I came into this tournament quite confident.


Q. If you compare when you won in 2007, what things have changed in your confidence and your tennis and the way you feel now?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, in the finals, I mean, I thought last year's was obviously more difficult, you know. I mean, we had a really tough match, even though it was straight sets, but today I think I really chose the right tactics against Andy who himself is a great tactician, I think. It's always important to play him the right way, otherwise you lose.

And I think I did a good job today, and I really felt towards the end of the tournament, like last year, actually, that I was playing my best as the opponents were getting more difficult. So for this reason, I'm very happy, actually, the way I'm playing right now.

The Andreev match was key, you know, to the whole US Open, and I'm very happy with where my level is right now. I believe I could still play a little bit better, but it was enough to win the US Open, so that's what counts.


Q. I know your priority is Wimbledon, but how sweet is winning the US Open? This is No. 5. Could you compare both?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, kind of. I mean, it's nice to compare five Wimbledons to five US Opens, you know, no doubt. Not many guys ‑‑ nobody can do that, you know. (laughter.)

So it's quite nice, you know. I'm quite proud obviously of my achievement. It takes a lot out of a player, you know, always trying to go from one tournament to the next and trying to do your best, you know, but I mean, it's been a tough summer.

I think the French Open loss was brutal, but I got over that one pretty easily, played great on the grass, and had a really tough loss at Wimbledon which ‑‑ you know, I was proud to be part of such a great match, but at the same time, you know, it just sort of made me sad, you know, not having won that great epic match. Maybe I was always dreaming about it and not winning it, you know.

I was always positive, you know. I knew that if things go my way, and this year hasn't always been the case. You know, I lost quite a few matches I should have never lost, and they hurt. Now, getting the fifth US Open, it really means a lot to me. I really thank the fans, as well, the crowds. They were great.

I mean, from the beginning, that's really what I was hoping for.

And losing my No. 1 ranking, that's also what meant a lot to me this season. So to bounce back straightaway after losing the No. 1 ranking, this is the best scenario ever.


這段感覺還是很心酸~ 
but 在大家的大力支持下 奪得US OPEN
真的像美夢成真一樣~


Q. You were showing more emotion in this tournament than I personally have ever seen, even in the earlier rounds ‑ fist pumps throughout the whole tournament, almost like Jimmy Connors right there. What was it about this tournament that you really had an asterisk next to it? You wanted to win it almost more than I've ever seen.

ROGER FEDERER: Well, like I said, I came in with good spirits from the Olympic Games, where we had some crazy celebrations there ourselves. I guess, I stayed in that cloud and just kept it going here. I actually beat some really good players in tough conditions, and the relief was enormous as I was progressing in the tournament.

And I think those were the reasons that, you know, emotionally I was much more alive than ever.

I think towards the end, especially today, I felt in control all the way. So I didn't have to go, sort of crazy, emotionally, which was good. I could save energy and stay very concentrated for the entire match today.

I played great, you know. I felt like I was invincible for a while again, and that's exactly how you sort of want to finish a tournament, I guess.


Q. Now that you have your first major win and your third major final of the year, how would you describe your year?

ROGER FEDERER: Good. Pretty happy, you know.

It's been maybe a year with little less titles than usual, you know. Especially struggling Masters Series I think this year, you know, but I still have a couple left. Other than that, the Slams went okay, you know. Considering the year I've had, I'm very happy right now.

I always knew that if I were to get one Slam under my belt, especially the last one, things weren't looking that bad like everybody was talking about. Anyway, I was always positive, like I mentioned before, and for this reason, I think this is really ‑‑ I mean, a great effort from my side, you know, to people saying I was under pressure. I didn't feel I was under pressure to prove myself in trying to win here, but this definitely feels very sweet, and I think it's key for this season, obviously.


Q. How do you expect it to carry over for next year? What do you expect of yourself next year?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, first, I'd like to get through the season healthy and playing well. I mean, there's still a couple of highlights for me. I got Davis Cup at home, I got Basel, my hometown tournament, where I used to be a ballboy. I got the Masters Cup, Shanghai, I'd like to defend that title, as well. So I still have many, many highlights for me. I'm looking forward to those challenges. Then we'll see how next year looks like, but I'm obviously very confident.


Q. You had that huge reception on opening night, and throughout the fans have been by your side. Today was incredible. Even afterwards, the throngs didn't want to let you go. Talk about the connection between this town, odd, brash New Yorkers, and a pretty sophisticated European Swiss guy. How is that chemistry working and what's happening that's so wonderful?

ROGER FEDERER: I think also opening night on Monday, getting the reception I got, I think really touched me a lot, actually. You know, after making the trip here to play at, you know, Madison Square Garden against Pete, seems like it was very worthwhile. I think I've gotten even more fans in New York here for making this trip and making that night very special.

So to come here at the US Open and getting continuous support throughout from New Yorkers, means a lot to me, because I'm not the type who wants to win over the fans. If it comes naturally, I think that's the biggest compliment a player can get. That's I think what I've been able to achieve not only here in New York but here but also worldwide.


我想今年小費的最大豐收
就是又征服更多人的心吧
Maybe 又讓更多人成為小費迷了 XD


Q. So you feel like a little bit like a New Yorker now?

ROGER FEDERER: I guess so, yeah.


Q. Can you sort of tell us what you've been doing the last couple of hours to celebrate?

ROGER FEDERER: You really want to know? It's not that bad.

No, I mean, I've gotten in the habit of, you know, if I win a Slam, I want to enjoy it first with all my friends and family who came here and supported me throughout. I used to make the error of going into doping control and press right away, and I wouldn't be back for two‑and‑a‑half hours, and then people had to leave and I wouldn't see them.

I give myself a chance to soak up the great moment and enjoy it with them ‑ glass of champagne, be myself for an hour, for a little bit in the locker room.

Everybody's so happy, you talk about the match again, about the tournament, how great it is to be sitting here now with the trophy, take all sorts of pictures with the trophy, all your friends who are there and family and everybody's happy and proud.

It's a nice moment. I'd like to take my time with that.


Q. An argument could be made that you had the mono early on and it's taken you all this time really to fully recover. Do you think that's possible?

ROGER FEDERER: Possibly. I mean, I didn't feel like I was moving all that great still, you know, for the last couple of months. I thought it was okay, you know. I think I was okay on clay and on grass. Then when I came back to hardcourts, I think just my coordination was missing a little bit, because first of all, I haven't played on hardcourt for a while, and usually that comes back quite automatically, without me having to force the issue. But I didn't feel like it was all that great moving, especially in Cincy and Toronto.

I think there were some good moments at times, occasionally, as well as the Olympic Games. And I think here as the tournament went on, I started to feel like I was moving better and better. I think that was a good sign for me, and that also gave me a lot of confidence being able to know I could play defense and offense, because sometimes I just had the feeling I had to play offense because my defense was just not acceptable in my standpoint.


Q. You mentioned you lost a few tournaments. Did that bother you that there seemed to be this growing conventional wisdom that Roger Federer has had a great career but he may have peaked at this point and he's on the downside. Did that ever get to you?

ROGER FEDERER: No, I don't think it got to me, but I was aware of it. I mean, I'm a bit disappointed. Sometimes to a point a bit annoyed, because all sorts of crazy people started writing me and trying to reach me, telling me I need some help either mentally or physically. (Laughter) You're laughing but it's the way it goes. People come out of closet and think they can start helping me now. It's just a pain.

For me, this sort of puts them to rest a little bit, and calms down the phones at my parents' a little bit, which I'm happy about.


Q. The tactics that you used against Murray, could you describe that a little more, the second serve attacking, attacking the net?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, I'm not going to say things here because I need to keep beating the guy for many years to come. But I think he's improved a lot the last year or so. I think he had a tough draw at the Australian Open, actually which would have put himself in an even better position for this year, but he drew Tsonga I think first round, and that sort of kept him under the radar for a little bit.

But I think winning Cincinnati and doing so well here again and, you know, doing also I think well at Wimbledon I think he's really picked his game up.

He's got many different opportunities to play any player, I think. That's what makes him dangerous. He's got the good slice, he can come to net, he can stay back, he can stay very far back.

So he's got three different options, and not many players have that out there. For this reason you need to adapt a little bit on how he plays you. I think that's where I'm the best at in the game, is try to figure out how to beat the guy.

I had a game plan going in, but then also had to adjust it throughout the match.


Q. How much of a factor do you think experience was today? You have all the Grand Slam finals and he had none.

ROGER FEDERER: No, I mean, I was obviously aware of that. You know, I mean, I know what it takes to win here. I know that usually I do play my best on the big occasions, especially here in New York. I've had some incredible matches for my standard, and I knew that it was always going to be difficult for Andy, but this was the reason why I really wanted to get off a good start in the match, you know, and be able to control him, you know, especially winning the first set I think was key.

And then after that, you know, you can try out a few more things, and I realized coming in against him, chip and charging in the third set was going to be a good solution, you know. Then just playing patient as well for a while was important.

But I think important was to serve well, as well, and I served well throughout the entire tournament. So I'm very aware that was key today, as well, was the ‑‑ what do you call it?


Q. Experience.

ROGER FEDERER: Experience, thank you. It helps.

XD Roger 是不是講到最後有點忘記了 ㄎㄎ


Q. Can you say specifically what Andy has to do to take that extra step actually to win a Slam?

ROGER FEDERER: I don't think a whole lot. I think he's got himself in better physical shape. So from that standpoint he's better than ever.

I think with finals like this, you know, he knows now what it sort of takes to get very far into a Grand Slam. I think it's something that's unusual. You know, once you get to the semis or finals, you're celebrating your first quarters, celebrating first semis and first final. It takes a toll on you emotionally, as well, because all of a sudden there's all the attention you ever wanted, but what you really want to do is focus on getting the title.

I think by putting yourself in those types of positions, giving yourself opportunities, you know, he'll only get bigger. I always thought he was a big match player. You know, give him the biggest court in the world, he will have no problem handling it. I think that's what he's shown anyway throughout his career.


Q. On that note, you always seem to speak with tremendous sportsmanship, especially about some of the younger players coming up through the ranking. Is that something maybe as a statesman now you feel a responsibility to do?

ROGER FEDERER: No, I mean, it's up to me to be honest, you know. I'm a very honest guy. If I think a guy is good, I'll let you know. If I think the guy is average, I'll let you know that, too. I think the guys coming up right now they've sort of broken through, and I was maybe expecting them to break through maybe half a year or year earlier. You know, but it was only really Rafa and Novak who broke through from the group earlier, you know.

I mean, Rafa I always knew he was going to be a great player from the first moment I played him on. And I think Novak's done a incredible job of improving because I wasn't that impressed from Novak in the first place when I played him in Monaco. But Rafa, from the first moment, I knew he was going to be unbelievable.

So with Murray I always had the feeling he was an incredible talent, as well. And it was going to take him just a touch longer than the other guys because he had to figure out some things, you know, in his life and I think now it's all looking good for him.

Then new guys like Del Potro or Baghdatis. There's a bunch of guys around. So I think the men's tour is looking great. They also have good sportsmanship, which I think is important I look forward to playing them more often.


Q. When you started knocking down the Slams very quickly, Sampras with 14 was out there. Now you're right there at 13. Does that do anything to your head now, and will it do anything to your head in the next year?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I would have been disappointed, you know, losing today and having three finals and one semis of Slams. You feel like you missed an entire year, you know, being so close but yet so far, because semis and finals don't help me a whole lot anymore in my career. It's all about the wins, and that's why this is huge. This is massive, really, and I'm very, very happy about this Grand Slam obviously. It's a different type of flavor, this one, to me, no doubt.

And I can definitely go into the rest of the season more relaxed now, and then also looking forward with great spirits for next year.


Q. How much of a priority is now regaining No. 1? And how easy or difficult do you think you've got it?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, we'll see. Rafa has had an incredible season, as well. He's gotten everything last few months, you know ‑ Olympics, Wimbledon, French Open, Toronto. I mean, he's been playing so well. On clay, he dominated again. I know it's going to be difficult to get it back, but this was definitely a major step forward for me, trying to defend this title.

I don't know what it takes to become again No. 1, but my focus is just try to finish the year in style, and then next year I'll attack it again. I'll have many more opportunities, especially at the Masters Series and also at the Slams. The ones I wasn't able to win this year, I'll have again a chance next year.


Q. Two questions: Are you still playing Stockholm first? And second, can you talk a little bit more about your parents and Mirka helping this year, especially with all these doomsday scenarios sort of came out, what impact they've been on you?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, the schedule is to play Davis Cup, couple weeks off, then Stockholm, Madrid, Basel, Paris and Shanghai, a couple of exos in Asia. So that's what the plan is this year. It's been a crazy schedule this year.

So stayed fresh all the way sort of to the end. Here at the Open, very happy that it sort of all worked out.

No, I mean, my parents and Mirka, they're obviously very important to me, you know. They've been helpful, you know. I don't think anybody had to really talk to me and sit me down and say, Roger, it's not looking that bad, because I was never down and, how do you say, sad or disappointed or frustrated in any way. I'm always basically the first guy telling the guys not to be disappointed or sad, you know. It's really me pushing the group and them pushing me. So that's always very important, as well, I think.


Q. I'm not sure if you heard this, you finished the match, and the group started playing You're Still the One.

ROGER FEDERER: Third time this week.


Q. Sorry?

ROGER FEDERER: That's the third time already.


Q. I know, but this time it meant something to you. What did it mean to you?

ROGER FEDERER: It's great. The guy putting on the music being my fan, right? (laughter.)

It's nice. I really do appreciate it. People are happy when they see me. It's incredible the amount of people here in New York that just come up to me and recognize me now and sort of wish me luck; cab drivers screaming out, I'm still the guy, and you can do it. It's great, you know.

I mean, I really feel like this city has really warmed up to me, and so have I to them. So this is huge victory for me, and, you know, enjoying it with other 23,000 people in the stadium was an unbelievable feeling today.

這段還蠻有趣的 XD
大家都對Roger好 給他溫暖 給他祝福
這很棒~
YES! You're Still the One.

Q. On a similar theme, Roger, you have this crazy situation where you only got two finals and the semi and a gold. And you set a standard that was so incredibly high, so all the questions were there, hey, what's up. If you had to boil down the two weeks you had here at the US Open and your experience, do you think the best word is "redemption" or is there a better phrase or word that comes to you?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, I don't understand "redemption" quite that well, but I don't think that's what it is. I don't feel like I needed this win particularly to prove myself, you know. I don't think I'm at that point anymore. Of course, if I lose four straight times in majors in the first round, then obviously I have the point to prove.

I was that close to winning so many of the big tournaments this season, that like I said, I was never really anxious trying to win a particular one. I was disappointed not winning the Olympics. I was disappointed losing the epic at Wimbledon, but this was as big of a goal maybe this season, you know. I mean, going for five US Opens is probably the last time ever in my career I'll have that opportunity, so to keep it alive and actually just keeping the streak like I did at Wimbledon is something I'm very, very happy about.

It's just being happy to be on top, you know. I mean, that's what it's about for me. All the hard work paid off. I was never down, you know. I was just trying to figure out the best way of ‑‑ in this tough season, really was tough schedule for all us players. Trying to find a way to win during these last three weeks, where we all came here incredibly tired from Beijing. So to get the victory at last was an unbelievable feeling.

So things are not looking that bad like everybody's talking about. That's just what I'm happy about.

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  • 思蓓
  • 實在太開心了~~~~
    我要趕回校啦"
  • 大家有既定行程
    還為小費加油
    真是太感動了
    小費成為我們生活的一部份了

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 20:57 回覆

  • Emma
  • 破好快好快!!
    我也要快點回復哈哈哈
    yayayayaya
    我有哭耶!!
    小費倒下那一刻XD
    超可愛的啦

    五連霸五連霸啦!!!!!!




  • XD 不好意思啊~
    一時沒辦法回覆
    得等我從學校回來

    我哭不太出來
    後來想想可能是因為
    整場比賽緊張感沒這麼大
    所以沒有釋放壓力的感覺
    不過介紹Roger出來的時候
    的確很感人

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:05 回覆

  • PRINCESS
  • 超可愛的
    他坐在那等頒獎一直笑
    好可愛啦!!!
  • 還有一幕也很可愛
    就是他對鏡頭雙手和身體不知道在扭什麼的慶祝XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:05 回覆

  • 泡泡
  • 唉唷 我也是感動到快要哭了耶
    今天一整個就是超級開心的
    而且小費拿到美網冠軍真是大塊人心阿
    好棒好棒 相信小費一定可以繼續這氣勢的啦~~!!!^^
  • 我去桃園的一路上
    都是笑嘻嘻的ㄝ
    不知道有沒有人覺得
    這人怎麼怪怪的
    沒關係啊 問我 我可以說給他聽XD
    小費休息再出發^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:07 回覆

  • 點點
  • 羡慕看直播的費迷的勇氣
    只能下班後好好欣賞MOD免費的重播啦
    謝謝版主
    至少今年下半年都可以開開心心的了----
  • 今年的Roger真的給我很多
    連勇氣整個都傳授給我了啦 ^^
    自從奧運雙打開心看網球之後
    心態也跟以前不太一樣了
    小費說他接下來的年還有些目標
    我們就祝福他吧

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:08 回覆

  • voltsfed
  • 爽啦~
    不過最後還被迫發也真是的~

    白請了半天假...

    我恨錢公......
  • 嘿啊~ 最後被破發
    小費一定是在想 啊 我要奪冠了XD

    半天假 不能再去消假嗎?!

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:10 回覆

  • 江流
  • 比賽打完才7點5分
    要乖乖去上課才對阿XD

    現在只有三個字能形容此刻心情
    爽。斃。了。
    哈哈
  • 7點5分 還不能乖乖上課啦
    還有頒獎典禮要看

    我整個看完才出門的

    今晚可以睡個好覺了 ^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:10 回覆

  • bonnie
  • 小破太貼心了,就算沒空弄照片還是po了文....
    終於結束 2 星期的爆肝之旅!害好我鼻血沒噴出來~
    5 連霸!
    小費中彈倒地起來後,我看他是有掩面快哭的feel ㄟ,
    今年唯一保留無住的冠軍杯一定開心不得了,
    還沒頒獎前,我看他幾次都在偷笑 ^ ^
  • It's my duty. XD

    這次美網只有第一天是夜場ㄝ
    還有最後一天是可以接受範圍
    其他都是爆肝場
    不過現在想想 也挺值得的
    XD中彈倒地啊~ 很有趣的形容ㄝ
    他倒地的照片
    我第一個想到的是
    Roger 你要曝光了啦 XD
    偷笑超可愛的

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:13 回覆

  • Nicky
  • FEDERER贏了......在前三大賽的挫折. 排名第一被奪走. 世人說他走下坡....在這麼多紛紛擾擾後, 他再次用實力證明 : I AM ROGER FEDERER, THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD!!!
    真的為他感到無比的高興
    我永遠支持你, 你是我心中永遠的NO.1
  • 沒錯! 他是我們心中永遠的No .1
    對我們來說 他是最好的
    可以當小費迷的感覺也很驕傲
    他是最棒的人 ^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:16 回覆

  • voltsfed
  • 再來說一下~
    吼~今天凌晨4點50起床超不爽的說
    可是一想到是Fed的比賽就心甘情願的跑去開電腦
    呵呵~本人發現Fed除了第一輪有穿灰色那件
    之後都穿橘紅色這件耶
    他已經拋棄那件灰色的了是吧?連他自己也不喜歡!?
    而且自從溫網後短褲上都會出現一條皮帶
    唉...真不明白那條皮帶的作用何在
    要不是他衣服在跑動過程中撩起來了
    誰知道他有繫皮帶呀?

    Fed這次倒地的動作好像特別好笑?
    唉~悶了一年啊~終於拿到最後一個大滿貫的冠軍了~
    我覺得看這場決賽不錯
    因為不會緊張
    看溫網時緊張到都快吐血了真的感覺很不蘇湖
    這樣穩穩的雖然不很刺激但Fed打出了很多好球真的超讚~
    尤其是第一盤凌空的那一記
    挖塞~我哥還在想說怎麼有人那樣接?
    結果那球貼線~一整個就是精采到爆~
    Fed今天超敢抽的說~
  • 因為第一場是夜場穿灰
    白天場小費會穿橘紅
    可是照片拍到皮帶的時候
    我都會覺得很驚訝ㄝ
    雖然是顏色不同而已
    但自從溫布頓多條皮帶之後
    就覺得皮帶的角色也挺重要的
    一條皮帶可以為一個人增添不一樣的感覺

    我覺得去年的比較好笑ㄝ
    因為去年他是"跌"坐在地板上大叫的XD

    最近小費打球有時候會被驚到
    救球也變強了 不可思議
    這場我印象比較深的是有一球小費的網前反應

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:20 回覆

  • lioudodo
  • No.1 不重要
    快樂享受打球才是最重要的如果能奪冠那更棒!
    5:00起床看比賽,希望幫他加油 最後美夢成真!!!!!!!!
    5連霸更顯珍貴,現在看Roger比賽是享受,
    現在目標是多拿幾個大滿貫.
    永遠的fan
  • 之前就覺得沒有第一真的沒關係
    因為那無法阻止Roger想要奪冠的心
    這樣就好了 就夠了
    Roger最近的狀態變好
    姿勢也跟以前一樣漂亮
    還多了些情緒
    越來越喜歡小費了XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:22 回覆

  • charlen1105
  • 第二盤的一發進球率低了些讓我驚了一下@@
    只看完第二盤就得出門我好傷心:o(
    但Roger果然還是無敵阿~~

    Roger又再一次證明給那些不看好他的人看,
    這還是他的時代!!!!
    他仍是所有想奪冠的人最好的典範與最大的威脅,
    恭喜Roger,恭喜他又創下一個傳奇,
    也恭喜他找回先前遺失的穩定:DDDD

    Roger is always the best~~!!!
  • Charlen出門的心情 應該是忐忑不安吧
    還好回來給你看到好結果
    希望Roger記住這次奪冠的感覺
    也許能為他在之後的比賽帶來一點幫助 ^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:25 回覆

  • Juno
  • 耶! 普天同慶! 灑花瓣!

    真的 真的 很高興! (可憐的小費和可憐的費迷悶太久了..吁 長嘆..)
    要贏得大滿貫真是需要超人的技巧+堅強的毅力 !
    這次奪冠一定能給小費很大的信心!
    請小費再接再厲 讓我們能一直欣賞到高水準的比賽
    請繼續 寫下新紀錄 "小費傳奇" --持續進行中.....
  • 嘿啊 我們真的悶太久了
    悶快要ㄧ整年了ㄝ
    大滿貫之路超漫長的
    下一場你都不知道會怎樣
    還好Roger算是穩穩一輪一輪過了
    到時候如果再出一本傳記
    我也要買...

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:26 回覆

  • 風箏
  • 小費真的是太棒了!!
    可惜我只看到第二盤打到一半,就因為要上課只能依依不捨的關電腦...(痛心阿)
    在學校整個忐忑不安,還趕緊傳簡訊叫我朋友幫我看戰果
    知道小費得到冠軍,開心的和同學擁抱 XD~


  • 我也想和人相擁
    but 身邊沒有人是小費迷啊(泣)
    ㄎㄎ 小費真是對我們太重要了
    無時無刻都想關心他

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:28 回覆

  • onlyfederer
  • 很high很high
    真的超開心的啦
    起早的人兒有驚喜
    小費實在太可愛了啦
    看到那個對著攝影師
    裝作要跑步的姿勢
    真的太可愛了啦~~^ ^
  • 對啦 就是這個啦
    超可愛的
    剛剛回覆還提了一下說XD
    像個小孩一樣 哈

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/09 21:29 回覆

  • 布雷
  • 今年等這一刻真的等了好久~!!
    大大的開心拉~!!
    史上第一5連霸~!!
    帥啦~!!
  • 我想小費迷們現在可以好好享受這個歡樂時刻
    小費也可以先休息一陣子
    then 再度出發

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/10 16:46 回覆

  • bonnie
  • 對ㄚ,今年真是夠悶的了!
    他中彈倒地那一刻我立刻把我同學叫醒....鬼叫了一下!
    小費就是這麼迷人...
    比賽的時候專心、勝利的時候有童真、受訪的時候也可以幽默,
    就算輸掉比賽,還能安慰自己下一場再來過!!
    這果然是球王的風範呀 ^ ^
  • 小費真是特別的人啊~~~
    世上找不到第二位了
    球場上 球場下都一樣迷人

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/10 16:50 回覆

  • 小駒
  • 天ㄚ...我太感動了..發現了這裡
    一直以來 我的身邊都沒有人喜歡Federer
    所以我一直覺得很孤單
    加上我電腦白癡的要死
    所以 錯過很多比賽
    如果電視沒有轉播~根本不知道要上哪看球賽
    不過這次美網的決賽居然讓我誤打誤撞看到了直播
    哈哈哈~
    發現台灣還有好多人和我一樣支持Federer
    真是讓我太感動了....
  • ㄎㄎ 一開始很多人也跟你一樣
    就連我也是
    後來小費迷們靠著部落格聚集起來了

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/10 16:52 回覆

  • IVY821105
  • 要不是因為要段考+"偉大的基測"
    我真的很想要5點起床看轉播
    雖然從Nole跟Nadal輸掉以後
    就篤定Fed會贏
    但還是很緊張
    直到我看到了報紙(很佩服自己可以撐這麼久)
    整個開心到不行~~

    (如果不知道我是誰可以去我的無名)
  • 恩~ 千萬不要為Roger誤了自己的未來啊~~~
    因為這樣Roger會很傷心的!!
    你的定力真是厲害 ^^
    相信未來一定會有好成果的

    breakbowl 於 2008/09/15 12:10 回覆

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