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Old 06-25-2011, 06:31 PM   #93
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I listened to the ESPN crew talk about Andy after his loss and all I could do was nod in agreement at everything everybody was saying. We've all been saying the same things over and over the past few years and it's just a broken record now. All you can do is sigh and and wonder when Andy will listen to what anybody's been saying. Andre Agassi is right on the money: "Andy's a more complete player now, but he's also a lesser player."

Although I loved loved loved the Andy we saw at Wimby 2009, I often miss the old Andy Roddick, the one-dimensional aggressive baseline grip-and-rip game that was more dynamic to watch, was more fearful for others to face, and lo and behold, he won USO playing that way.
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