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Federer's Woes Continue


After playing in the final (and losing to Nadal each time) at Monte Carlo the last few years, Roger Federer was ushered out of the tournament in the third round by his compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka. Newlywed Roger took a wild card to compete just last week and it doesn't look like he'll be the force on clay he's been in recent seasons. It's amazing that this five-time Wimbledon champ has also been the second-best player in the world on clay, too, and surely would have won a couple of Roland Garros crowns if Rafa Nadal had not been around. I wonder if he'll get his mojo back in Rome or Hamburg in the weeks ahead.


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