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American tennis player

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 Obviously it's a big title for me. I felt a little bit of pressure to win this one, because I had a pretty good opportunity in Indian Wells and didn't come through there, 
— Andy Roddick on winning the 2010 Sony Ericsson Open title after losing in the final at Indian Wells recently / April 04, 2010
 I think just the last month has been real good for me 
— Andy Roddick having reached the final at Indian Wells and winning the title in Miami / April 04, 2010
 I started kind of almost going sidearm for a little bit, or at least what it felt like. That was working for a while, I think until he realized I was having trouble. 
— Andy Roddick on playing injured against Marin Cilic / January 26, 2010
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 A strike is the last thing that any of us wants to do, but you get pushed against a wall. Even more so than feeling a responsibility to the powers that be in tennis, we feel a responsibility to the fans and we don't want to alienate them. That's why we've put up with this as long as we have. 
— Andy Roddick on the short six-week off-season in professional tennis / November 2009
 I felt OK, Obviously you play for four hours and 15 minutes, you don't feel like you do the first hour, but everything felt OK. 
— Andy Roddick after his epic final against Federer in Wimbledon 2009 / July 05, 2009

 There was a pretty significant wind behind him at that side, it was gusting pretty good at that time, When he first hit it, I thought I wasn't going to play it. Last minute, it looked like it started dropping in and I couldn't get my racquet around on it. I don't know if it would have dropped in or not. 
— Andy Roddick on losing the second set tie-break after leading 6-2 in the final of Wimbledon 2009 against Roger Federer / July 05, 2009
 There's no way it doesn't cross your mind, we're humans we're not cyborgs, but at that point there's two options - you lay down or you keep going. The second option sounded better to me. 
— Andy Roddick on whether it played in his mind in the third set, after leading 6-2 in the second set tie-break / July 05, 2009
 He was having trouble picking my serve today, for the first time ever, he just stayed the course and you didn't even get a sense that he was even really frustrated by it 
— Andy Roddick after losing to Roger Federer in the final of Wimbledon 2009 / July 05, 2009
 He just stayed the course and toughed it out. He gets a lot of credit for a lot of things but not a lot of the time it's how many matches he really digs deep and toughs it out. He doesn't get a lot of credit for that because it looks easy to him a lot of the time, but he definitely stuck in there today. 
— Andy Roddick on Roger Federer after in the final of Wimbledon 2009 / July 05, 2009
 He served great. I felt like when we were in rallies I was holding my own, if not more, but he just served great and did what he had to. 
— Andy Roddick on Roger Federer after in the final of Wimbledon 2009 / July 05, 2009

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