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Other than Roger Federer, there is no more an immovable object in men’s tennis than America’s Andy Roddick. Since bursting onto the ATP scene in late 2000, Roddick has accumulated 15 singles titles, with many a grand slam run into the offing. His last two Wimbledon campaigns alone show his ... Read review

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Beware The A-Rod.... Review with images

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"...in men’s tennis than America’s Andy Roddick. Since bursting onto the ATP scene in late 2000, Roddick has accumulated 15 singles titles, with many a grand slam run into the offing. His last two Wimbledon campaigns alone show his potential, with 2004’s run to the final improving on his previous effort of an enthralling semi final defeat to Switzerland’s Federer. His impact on the scene has left critics astounded as to how one man can have such potential, ..." Read review
28.01.2005

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Roddick serves up record at Queens Review with images

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"I myself play tennis, and for anyone else I know who play tennis, they know that it is hard to get a fast serve in. But in Queens 2004, the warm up tournament to Wimbledon, Roddick served an ace at 153 mph. Roddick won Queens aqainst Sebastian Grosjean( this game seems to be the final of Wimbledon 2004 as well). Andy Roddick like me plays a two handed back hand but unlike me he is right-handed. At the moment Roddick is in the semi-finals of Wimbledon ..." Read review
01.07.2004

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Not a Champion (*)
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Pay women less (*)
key to success and winning matches
depends if you like tennis (*)
Has the potential to be a Grand Slam winner
Tim's age is older than the average age of a pro tennis player (*)
Determined, Powerful, Nice
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Speed, Agility, Cunning, Staying power
Height, (*)
determined, huge serve, very powerful forehand and backhand
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none!!
outplayed (*)
Power = more aces, better returns. Touch = finesse, excitement
Power = maybe boring. Touch = a bit namby pamby (*)
Very good technique. Excellent backhand. Agile
Her serve is not the most powerful (*)
Young, talented
Father (*)
The best tennis player in the world when he is playing his best. Got a record
Not playing to his best since last year. (*)
Teamwork
Mark Woodforde retiring (*)
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Moody and doesn't present his personality well (*)
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