Q. He wasn't very happy about the fact that yesterday you packed your bags and you left the Centre Court. What happened? Did you tell him some bad words, because he said he couldn't understand too well, but he understood a bad word, F.
ANDY RODDICK: I have a question for you. Would you try reading in the dark? Would you read a book in the dark?
Q. Well, the thing was that he said it was 10 to 9.
ANDY RODDICK: Would you read a book in the dark?
Q. If I can read, yes.
ANDY RODDICK: You would read a book in the dark?
Q. When I can see it, yes.
ANDY RODDICK: How can you see a book in the dark?
Q. Come on. I'm telling you what he said.
ANDY RODDICK: I'm asking you a question. I'm going to get to my answer here in a second, if you give me an answer that is honest.
Q. You're saying it was dark. He's saying it wasn't dark. Don't ask me if I read a book in the dark. I don't care. I don't read a book not even in the light sometimes.
ANDY RODDICK: You should try it sometimes. It's good. You can't see the title of the book, that's the point.