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Andy Roddick - His biggest wins
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Andy Roddick - His biggest wins
Unfortunaly for poor Andy it seems that youtubers are much more interested in uploading his defeats than his wins Undecided....

2003 US Open SF vs David Nalbandian (highlights)







2003 US Open Final vs Juan Carlos Ferrero




2006 US Open SF vs Mikhail Youzhny




2009 Wimbledon SF vs Andy Murray (highlights)




2012 Miami R3 vs Roger Federer


06-May-2013 06:00 AM
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RE: Andy Roddick - His biggest wins
Easy to forget how potent that Roddick forehand was back then in 2003. Good find jhar.
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RE: Andy Roddick - His biggest wins
(06-May-2013 09:46 AM)britbox Wrote:  Easy to forget how potent that Roddick forehand was back then in 2003. Good find jhar.
Yes, pity that he never really sorted out that backhand though. Very good player, exciting to see. People sometimes say that he would have won more if Federer hadn't been around. Well, yes, but if he had been born five years later he would have had to deal with four of those guys. If he had been born five years earlier there would have been Sampras and Agassi. The fact is that he was an 'almost great' who made the best of what he had, which was a lot, but not enough to put him up there with the all time greats.
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