Australian Open & Andy Roddick

The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Andrew Stephen Andy Roddick (born August 30, 1982) is an American professional tennis player and a former World No. 5.0/5

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CTL's Pune team named "Pune Marathas" Pat Cash This right-handed tennis champion is a serve-and-volley expert. Pat beat the then World No. 1, Ivan Lendl, to win the Wimbledon Championship in 1987. He even coached a young Mark Philippoussis! Agnieszka Radwanska From being named the WTA’s Most Impressive Newcomer in 2006, to holding the title of WTA’s most popular player for 3 consecutive years, Agnieszka Radwanska is a true champion indeed. Known for her intelligent use of the court, she is also the first Polish player to have reached the singles finals in a Grand Slam tournament. Saketh Myneni Born in Andhra Pradesh, he is known as the Golden Boy of Indian Tennis. Saketh, who calls himself ‘a low profile guy’, made a pretty high profile win by bagging Gold at the Mixed Doubles at the 2014 Asian Games. Marcos Baghdatis Baghdatis shot to fame in 2006 when, as an unseeded entrant to the Australian Open, he produced a powerful 4-set victory over World No. 3 Andy Roddick. Since then, there’s been no ...
Coverage of Wimbledon featuring the Novak Djokovic/Roger Federer men’s singles final earned a 1.9 overnight rating on ESPN Sunday morning, down a tick from Andy Murray/Djokovic last year (2.0) and down 39% from Federer/Murray in 2012 (3.1). The 1.9 is tied as the lowest for coverage featuring the men’s final since at least 1996, matching the 2011 Rafael Nadal/Tomáš Berdych final on NBC. The 1.9 is also easily the lowest ever for a Wimbledon final involving Federer. The previous low was a 2.5 for coverage of his win against Andy Roddick in 2005. On Saturday, coverage featuring the Petra Kvitová/Eugenie Bouchard women’s final drew a mere 0.7 overnight — likely the lowest ever for a Grand Slam final excluding the Australian Open. The 0.7 is easily the lowest for a Wimbledon women’s final since at least 1994. Compared to previous years, the 0.7 marks a 36% decline from last year’s Marion Bartoli/Sabine Lisicki final (1.1) and a 65% drop from Serena Williams/Agnieszka Radwanska in 2012 (2.0). (W ...
January 22, 2003 – Andy Roddick and Younes El Aynaoui compete in one of the greatest matches ever at the Australian Open, locking horns for 4 hours, 59 minutes before Roddick emerges victorious in the quarterfinal confrontation 4-6, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4, 21-19. The fifth-set is the longest fifth set in a major tournament in the Open era in games (40) and in time (2 hours, 23 minutes)., while the 83-game match is the longest match at the Australian Open since the introduction of the tie-break. The win advances Roddick into a major semifinal for the first time in his career, where, worn out, he falls meekly to Rainer Schuettler of Germany. Against El Aynaoui, Roddick saves a Match Point in the 10th game of the fifth set and serves for the match at 11-10, but is broken to extend the match. "My respect level for him just grew and grew throughout the match," says Roddick following the epic victory. “I'm sure it's vice-versa. I don't even remember ever talking to Younes before this match. But down the line, I ...
Prior to competing on the 2014 PowerShares Series “legends” tennis circuit, Andy Roddick held court with the media to discuss a wide array of topics including his competitiveness, the Australian Open, Bernard Tomic, the National Football League, a potential future role with the U.S. Davis Cup team,…
Saturday's AAMI Classic final will see world No.7 Tomas Berdych take on world No.17 Kei Nishikori, both vying for the coveted Lew Hoad trophy and a place on an honour roll that boasts the likes of Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Michael Chang and Pat Cash. Berdych has progressed through the tournament unbeaten while Nishikori has lost only one of the three matches he's played. The popular Japanese player said he was keen to emulate the achievements of his coach Chang. "Michael won this event three times in the 1990s and I would love to get my name on the AAMI Classic honour roll as well," he said. Nishikori and Berdych are looking to use this final match as a final tune-up ahead of next week's Australian Open. The AAMI Classic action will open at 1pm with Australian rising stars Ben Mitchell and Luke Saville playing a showcase match on Centre Court.
Andy Roddick retires Vs. Lleyton Hewitt at the 2012 Australian Open with a hamstring injury
Tennis quote of the day from Andy Roddick after losing to Roger Federer at the Australian Open, "It was frustrating, it was miserable, it sucked, it was terrible! Besides that, it was fine!" Guess we have all felt that way at one time or another! ( ;
Andy Roddick's hilarious post match interview after being destroyed by Roger Federer in what is said by many to be one of the best ever performances. I did n...
Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open semis, John Isner Round 1 at Davis Cup, and Andy Roddick at Miami Masters 3rd round
Nadal at Australian Open, Andy Roddick at Miami and I will go with Djokovich for the third loss..
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