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Roger to shape in Gstaad

Federer finally participating at Gstaad-Switzerland, his home crowd after 2004 title win. There is a custom to these people in Gstaad to give gift like cows to Roger Federer especially. in 2003 when he won wimbledon, they presented with a cow named Juliette. Now it would be Juliette-2 

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="768"] Roger gifted with cow in 2003[/caption]

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="720"] Roger gifted with cow 2013[/caption]

Meanwhile Delbonis, the left handed Argentine who defeated Federer last week, playing with consistency. He defeated the defending champion Tomas Belucci in straight sets.

Roger will play his first match against Daniel Brands, which would be a re-match of last week one. Roger looking forward to make things finalized for racquet thing after this tournament, whether he is going to continue with the new 98 square inch one or the old 90 square inch racquet.
“It’s nice, it’s home, it’s the cows, it’s the Alps, it’s everything you know about Switzerland and more, especially here in Gstaad. It’s a very unique event and I’m happy to be part of it again this year.” - Roger Federer



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