Can Roddick continue his roll?
Either way, it's a big story. If Roger Federer wins Sunday's men's final at Wimbledon, he will become the all-time Grand Slam title holder, with 15, surpassing Pete Sampras. Arguably, he will become the greatest player of all time.
If Andy Roddick wins, it will be massive upset and official notification that the American still has some gas left in the tank. And, in combination with Serena Williams' win in Saturday's women's final, it makes a solid case for an American tennis renaissance.
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Women's singles: Serena Williams, United States
Roger Federer, Switzerland
Men's doubles: Daniel Nestor, Canada, and Nenad Zimonjic, Serbia
Women's doubles: Venus and Serena Williams, United States
Mixed doubles: Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Germany and Mark Knowles, Bahamas
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