Tag Archives: Andy Roddick

Grumpy Old Git

He’s my second favourite player next to Roger and a player who I wish had won more in his career. With one slam at the age of 20 , he has gone on to win 30 ATP titles but has failed on 3 … Continue reading

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French Open Day 6

Rain rain go to Spain! Unusual for this time of year in Paris but the rain has wrecked the Roland Garros order of play and scheduling. Most of us spent yesterday glued to those green ‘ Wimbledon’ tarpaulins covering the courts, … Continue reading

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Rocket Roddick romps to victory!

Everybodys favourite runner up, the player of 2010 thus far, finally got his just desserts in Miami on Sunday. Andy A-ROD Roddick finally held aloft the winners trophy again. Having been so close to winning in Indian Wells, Roddick’s serve … Continue reading

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Miami Mens Semi-Finals Preview

[5] R Soderling (SWE) vs [16] T Berdych (CZE) Both these men are in arguably the form of their lives. Both had a good tournament in Indian Wells last week and both have dispatched some big names; most notably, Berdych’s … Continue reading

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Miami Wednesday Preview

It’s quarter final time in Miami and once again we find only 1 of the top 4 seeds left in the draw. Has the tennis world gone upside down? Roger Federer lost for the first time against a spirited Berdych … Continue reading

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Indian Wells fallout

Every now and then the ATP tour throws up a completely unpredictable tournament.  These usually happen in the clay court season, but this time it was not to be the case. This time it was to be the hard courts … Continue reading

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Indian Wells Semi-Finals Preview

I said yesterday that Soderling needed to be at the top of his game to beat Andy, and indeed he was. He was showing that kind brutal corner to corner tennis that beat Nadal in the semi-finals of the French … Continue reading

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Friday preview.

It was great to see Ivan Ljubicic fight back from a set down against Juan Monaco with some massive serving to book himself a slot in the semi-finals to play Nadal. Even though he is not expected to get past … Continue reading

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Quick ATP Week 6 Preview

Well this week wasn’t exactly as straight forward as I thought. Thomaz Bellucci surprised us all by beating 4 time reigning champion, Fernando Gonzalez on his home turf and on clay.  It’s his second career title, can this be a … Continue reading

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Tuesdays Men’s Predictions

I mentioned on twitter that the QF’s look tasty and indeed they are. Ok so I picked all the winners last night, but tonight it is almost impossible to choose from. It really is anybody’s from here. Andy Roddick v … Continue reading

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