Nishy, here are some of the comments I've read. If I come across any more, I'll post them here so that we can all bask in the Andylove, if you'd like.
"It is good to see Roddick coming up with some classy backhands. I never thought I'd say it, but it was his backhand and volleying that won the matches against Henman and Safin. I'm hoping for another Federer Roddick final, and if it does happen, I'm going to stick my neck on the line and go for a Roddick win, as he seems to want this one badly in front of his home crowd."
"I feel sad that Roddick lost the match against Hewitt. I was expecting him to win. However, hats off to Roddick, he plays with true sportsmanship like the great Stefan Edberg. Also I think he is the only one who has a great chance of derailing the Federer express. Hats off to you Andy and best wishes for a great and superb 2005."
"Good to see Roddick playing some backhand winners for a change! It would be good to see a Roddick Federer final with Roddick winning for a change. Either that or Henman to go all the way and show the British media what he's really made of."
"Andy Roddick has been absolutely brilliant at Houston! His close matches with Tim Henman and Marat Safin were by far the most entertaining matches of the tournament. I hope he can take it all the way and win the Masters Cup."
"Just had to drop a line and say how much I enjoyed the high quality tennis played between Henman and Roddick in Houston. What a tight close contest that was!"
"I have been impressed with how Roddick is learning to carry himself on the court and also with the way he is evolving his game. I really like it when he applauds his opponent's incredible shot and also his sense of humor. I have a feeling as he gets older he is going to age well, like a bottle of good cabernet.
On the game front, I notice and like his improved net game. He use to flail at his volleys and hack them short if even over the net. Now I am seeing some deep penetration on them. If he keeps making progress in this area, he will have a shot at taking Federer.
At one time I always rooted against Roddick and now I find myself an agnostic. Maybe I'll be a big fan some day. Who knows?"
"Roddick's behavior and post-match comments have been winning me over as well. Even after losing the biggest final of his life at Wimbledon (it is still the premier Grand Slam), he was gracious. When asked about his "rivalry" with Federer, he said "I have to win a couple of these in order for it to be called a rivalry". I am also warming to his sense of humor. Calling a chair umpire "Captain Obvious" was great."