Tons of credit to Roddick - for the most part he did what I thought he needed to do - he served very well, made it much tougher for Murray to get into his service games. He played solid tennis and kept his cool when it was getting tight in service games. The one stage of the match where he wobbled and was broken by pressing too hard, Murray obligingly played by far his worst service game of the match serving at 5-3 for the second set, and invited Roddick right back on in. Equally, when Murray raced to a 4-1 double break lead in the tiebreak, he then completely blew it and allowed Roddick to recover.
Not a great performance from Murray - he started slow, he ended slow, he got a fair bit better in the second set but at the business end he let himself down. He misfired too much off the ground, especially on Roddick second serve points where he won much less than he has in the past.
Roddick played smarter, less approaches to the net behind nothing, and generally gave Murray much less of a target to deal with. He played well enough and got the result.
Interesting little rivalry these two have building