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Roddick Shows His Best in Upset of Federer

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It’s the kind of thing that happens to every tennis player a number of times in his career, and if he or she is lucky, it happens against a great player on a big stage. It’s not quite the same as being in that proverbial “zone,” which is an equally treasured gift. It’s really that day when you play like that absolutely best version of yourself.

It happened to Andy Roddick tonight, during his brilliantly-played match against Roger Federer, the No. 3 seed here at the Read Full Article »

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