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Roger Federer is back, and boy is he looking great on the court. He is playing better than ever, and has given a great example of how he will play during the remainder of the tournament. He played a 6-1, 6-4, 6-2 victory over 96th-ranked Brian Dabul of Argentina in the first round. He is in top shape, and as aggressive as ever behind his racquet. Baseball scores.

He came under scrutiny after giving up some very important games. His streak of 23 consecutive Grand Slam semi-finals ended with a quarter-final loss to Robin Soderling at the French Open. After that, Federer lost once more at Wimbledon.

Though Federer has come under fire a few times this year, his performance on Monday left all the critics silenced. He played a great game, even having a spectacular between the legs return. The whole tournament is in full swing now, and will most definitely be entertaining for all you tennis fans out there. NFL scores.

Andy Roddick is looking hopeful again, as he has won this tournament once before, back in 2003. It was a special day for him as well. He celebrated his 28th birthday by beating Stephane Robert of France 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. He is optimistic as to how he will do this time around. After all, it has been seven years after he last took the title. He will have to face off against some tough competition. If anyone can overcome the hurdles, Roddick can do it. Basketball scores.

The rest of the year looks great for tennis players. There are many tournaments left, and the level of play is terrific. All the big names, and some of the not so big names, have gathered to play for fame and standing. Be sure and follow all the best tennis action at

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