Roddick has something to prove
WIMBLEDON, England Andy Roddick had something to prove. To his fans, to the media and perhaps most importantly, to himself.
He struggled mightily through the clay season and at The Championships, a tournament in which he's expected to excel. In the quarterfinals, he slipped into a decisive fifth set against Sebastian Grosjean.
Two years ago, Roddick might have lost the same match. But not anymore. The second-seeded American dug a little deeper, broke, or as Roddick said, "slimed" ...
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