Ferrer clearly has a brain on indoor fast courts & clay courts.
Ferrer can go a few hours without vomiting junk food. He plays tennis because he's good at it.
He's not one of those evil unathletic nuisances that has a shameless spoiled mother who treated him as a hero for kids (play the victim & overbearing lecturer to the less-wealthy & less-respected tourney directors, players & umpires). Nothing more pitiful than a pseudo-super role model, money-whoring clown.
Ferrer respects his opponents & didn't try to help Federfraud win. Any flaw he has doesn't compare to tennis-killing sycophantic Fed fan playes' antics and the subsequent unconditional love given back to them by the Fed troll media.
Roddick was too embarrassing to watch with his inability to play on fast indoor courts & any clay court. A fluke Slam against an injured Nalbandian won't change this fact.
Rusedski humiliated him at Wimbledon. Mahut & Mutis beat him at the French Open. No surface assisted his overrated serve.
Sampras emasculated Roddick at a Slam. Surely, 2002 US Open wasn't too slow, as Roddick depended on easy draws & out of form players to win matches. He was just doing predictable serves & returns. He couldn't chase down any of Sampras' shots. If US Open was faster, Roddick wouldn't have been able to read any Sampras serve.
He beat Sampras on clay where Sampras beat Agassi. That didn't change the fact that he didn't belong on any tennis tour.
He even mouthed off about needing to avoid getting interviewed on espn by someone like John McEnroe. How ironic.
The so-called humble, ungreedy Roddick family was upset because no coach could help him & when Darren Cahill mentioned how terrible Roddick's head to head records were, they complained to espn & bragged that he beat Fed in Miami.
Roddick could've quit tennis and he admitted to the girlfriend that he hated tennis enough to quit. However, he used his money to buy his "trophy wife" so that they could share their financial security, no matter how stupid, bitter & fake they were.
He knew little kids thought he was being "clever" when he tried to disguise his insecurity & meltdowns with his fake "macho tantrums" (cheating & distracting opponents). Everyone knew what 'special treatment' he would receive as the American Idol, so he enjoyed annual fake injury excuses during clay seasons. It's "a pity" that Fed fanatics declare Roddick as a tennis hero.