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Humorous Andy Quotes
By Lucy Flory
Andy often has a lot of friendly and funny banter with the press in his post-match press conferences. Andy makes jokes (and bloopers), when he wins or loses. AR.com has looked back over the years and selected the following collection of some of the funniest interview exchanges!
Q. What's the best thing about tennis to you?
ANDY RODDICK: The best thing about tennis to me?
Q. Yeah. What keeps you playing it?
ANDY RODDICK: The cheerleaders. Wait, there are none (Wimbledon 2002)
ANDY RODDICK: The wind was blowing, the dogs were barking, something got in my eye. (Andy, after his loss to Rusedski at Wimbledon, 2002)
Q. Diving into the crowd. I take it that was just kind of a spontaneous thing.
ANDY RODDICK: No, I planned to hit a between-the-leg shot, run down a ball, run into the crowd. That was all in the works from the beginning (smiling). (US Open 2002)
Q. Harassment in the locker room yesterday? Were people talking about it to you?
ANDY RODDICK: You guys think you're clever with your livestock questions. I've heard it six times already (laughter). Anything you guys are coming up with, yeah. (Wimbledon 2004, after Andy’s appearance on “The Weakest Link” when he infamously replied "baaa" to Ann Robinson after being asked the name of a female sheep.)
ANDY RODDICK: When it started raining and people said, "It's the survival of the fittest," I said, "oh, God. That's not good, is it?" (US Open, 2003)
Q. You looking to perhaps convince Reebok to make a sleeveless shirt for you?
ANDY RODDICK: No, if I wore a sleeveless shirt, people would try to feed me after the match. If you got the guns, go for it. I got two breadsticks sticking out of my sleeve. I'll stick with sleeves. (Australian Open, 2003)
Q. You put your ID on before you left the court. Have you been stopped somewhere around the courts?
ANDY RODDICK: I get stopped everywhere (laughter). You'll see 18 guys walking before me. I'll be the one pointed out. I guess they think I'm trying to sneak into the locker rooms. (Wimbledon 2001)
Q. Did you ever try diving?
ANDY RODDICK: I used to belly flop (laughter). (Wimbledon 2001)
Q. In that first set, that man had the sign. Looks like you saw it, reacted to it.
ANDY RODDICK: He rants and raves, yet he's been out here both nights watching. You know, maybe he needs a hobby or something. Get him a set of cards, you know. (US Open 2001)
Q. You knew Jack back from junior days. Did you imagine this might be one of the guys you might be playing at the US Open?
ANDY RODDICK: No. Of course, you never think about those things when you're ten. I was worrying how I was going to get money to buy a Frosty at a vending machine. I wasn't worried about the US Open then. (US Open 2001)
Q. Who is the best ping pong player?
ANDY RODDICK: Me. Stupid question. (Laughs) (Davis Cup v Slovakia 2002)
Q. Can you remember what you were like at 15? Did you have that kind of composure?
ANDY RODDICK: I was trying to learn how to tie my shoes at 15. (Monte Carlo 2002 talking about Gasquet)
Q. You dropped your serve first game in the second. Was that as a result of the anger?
ANDY RODDICK: I think that was more a result of me flogging forehands seven feet wide all day than anything (laughing). (Monte Carlo 2002)
Q. Are you going to be wearing a cap or a visor this week?
ANDY RODDICK: Down to the really nitty-gritty questions. (Laughs.) I don't know. (US Open 2002)
Q. Competing with James for the hair?
ANDY RODDICK: I can't compare with James. He's got that Sideshow Bob look from "The Simpsons." I don't know.
Q. Getting closer?
ANDY RODDICK: Just laziness. (US Open 2002)
Q. Do you remember when you were first asked for an autograph, the first autograph you signed?
ANDY RODDICK: Yeah, I think I was at Roland Garros when I was 15, walking around. I was playing quallies, I think someone asked me. They said, "Hewitt, Hewitt (laughter)." (US Open 2002)