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Old 09-23-2004, 11:36 PM   #16
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So Mardy will play 2nd. I think this will be good for him, especially if Andy goes out there and plays well and wins and allows Mardy to relax a bit
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Breaking speed barriers

U.S. Davis Cup hopes ride on fast-serving Roddick and his frat brothers

By PATRICK OBLEY
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Sep. 24, 2004


CHARLESTON — The racket had committed its last atrocity, its final crime against humanity ... or in this case, Andy Roddick.

Roddick slammed the racket to the court, bending its head at a 90-degree angle. Two more whacks snapped its neck, ending this particularly nefarious episode of Davis Cup practice ... though most onlookers would have trouble discerning what made the practice so troublesome for the world’s No. 2 player.

“That’s the first racket I’ve smashed in my life,” Roddick said defensively when asked about the incident earlier this week.

Of course, it wasn’t the first racket Roddick had annihilated. Far from it.

Roddick’s untruth quickly unraveled in a fit of laughter when Davis Cup teammate Mardy Fish whispered something facetious in his ear.

“That’s the first racket you’ve busted today, you mean,” Fish said, outing Roddick to the gathered media.

Roddick pulled his cap tight over his eyes and grumbled.

“I’m so sick of Mardy,” he said.

With that, this exceedingly young U.S. Davis Cup squad devolved into a puddle of silliness. Roddick and Fish began slapping at each other. Doubles partners Bob and Mike Bryan began whispering conspiratorially.

And team captain Patrick McEnroe shook his head and pinched the bridge of his nose.

“My goal is to get us back in the running to win the Davis Cup every year,” McEnroe said. “I think we are in that position now. We have a group of guys who are real passionate about winning this ...”

Another wave of laughter washes over the group. Fish and Roddick are at it again.

Hey, if you’re Roddick, it’s hard to maintain your composure when some smarty-pants like Fish keeps whispering “you’re a success” or “you’re so sexy” in your ear while goosing you in the side during a supposedly serious meeting with the media. But carefree and loose is the way Roddick tries to play tennis and live his life. In fact, that’s how everyone in this band of rising stars likes to roll.

Roddick will open the best-of-five semifinal match against upstart Belarus today with a singles match against Vladimir Voltchkov. Fish will follow with his match against Belarus’s top player, Max Mirnyi. Depending on today’s results, the Bryan brothers could face Mirnyi and Voltchkov in Saturday’s doubles match.

On the surface, this showdown for the chance to meet France or Spain in the Davis Cup final is a mismatch. Of course, that’s what many golf experts said when the U.S. Ryder Cup team took on the Europeans last week.

As that Ryder Cup team proved when it crashed and burned, team chemistry can be everything. Fortunately for this Davis Cup crew, everyone gets along splendidly. Imagine a bunch of frat brothers who play tennis on the side.

“Our biggest thing is that our whole team is on the same page,” Roddick said. “We all have the common goal of trying to win this together some day. I think it helps that we do get along and that we are friendly off the court. It makes these weeks a lot easier, and it makes our decisions to compete as a team a lot easier as well.”

Before arriving in Charleston for this week’s showdown, Roddick invited the entire team to his house in Austin, Tex., following the U.S. Open. There, the group just hung out and, occasionally, picked up rackets and practiced.

“Actually, they just showed up,” Roddick said, slipping back into his standup routine. “I fed them occasionally... . No, I thought it would be a good idea to get together and have some fun.”

Although he is the youngest of the group, Roddick is the unquestioned leader. On his shoulders rests the United States’ best hope for a Davis Cup title in 10 years.

"I think it says a lot about his maturity. I think it says a lot about what Davis Cup means to him, what it means to be the leader of a team," McEnroe said.

Roddick and his fellow teammates have struggled through what can only be called an off year by their lofty individual standards.

Roddick lost the world’s No. 1 ranking to a surging Roger Federer, lost a match in Cincinnati to an aging Andre Agassi and bowed out of his U.S. Open title defense in an early round. Fish, despite winning a silver medal at the Olympics, has been maddingly inconsistent. The Bryan brothers have seen their doubles ranking dive from No. 1 to No. 7 thanks to a spate of injuries.

The season could still be salvaged for all with a Davis Cup title. With a win, all of the past year’s woes would be wiped away.

“There are a lot of things I wanted, but they are just not in the cards for me this year,” Roddick said. “But one thing still alive this year is this title. This is where I’m at. This is definitely the most important thing left for me... .”

Laughter.

Fish goosed Roddick for the last time. Roddick quickly sought out the nearest exit. With luck, someone thought ahead and hid his rackets.
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The highlight of Mardy Fish's promising but somewhat uneven career came in a situation not unlike the one he faces this weekend on Daniel Island. Playing as much for national pride as personal satisfaction, he beat Max Mirnyi in four sets in what eventually became a silver medal performance last month at the Athens Olympics.

The site has changed, but the opponent and the international implications remain the same as they were during that breakthrough run in Greece. Once again, it's Fish vs. Mirnyi with the world watching. The prize isn't a medal, but an edge in the Davis Cup semifinal between the United States and Belarus, and a step toward December's championship against Spain or France.

Much of the attention in this Davis Cup semifinal has revolved around Andy Roddick, the U.S. No. 1 and world No. 2, who opens play against Vladimir Voltchkov of Belarus at 1:30 p.m. today at the Family Circle Tennis Center. But the wildcard for the Americans is Fish, who doesn't need to win a match -- Roddick and doubles partners Mike and Bob Bryan can do most of the heavy lifting in the best-of-five format -- yet could take plenty of pressure off U.S. captain Patrick McEnroe with a victory today over the hard-serving Mirnyi.

"It really doesn't get any bigger for me than the Davis Cup and the Olympics," said Fish, ranked No. 28, who plays Mirnyi today after the Roddick-Voltchkov match. "I feel like I've played him not in a small tournament, but in a situation where you know that he really, really wanted to win, and so did I. It obviously helps. I feel like I have the type of game that can play with him. My return is one of the best parts of my game, and Mirnyi has a great service. That's obviously the key for me."

Fish beat Mirnyi 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 at the Olympics, before losing a five-set gold medal final to Nicolas Massu of Chile. It is the only previous meeting between the two players, and one Mirnyi remembers well.

"I've known Mardy for a long time, so there's not much to be surprised about as far as the style is concerned," he said. "Davis Cup is just as important for me and my country as participation in the Olympics. So these events following one another is a good opportunity to get revenge not only at a personal level, but also for the country."

Fish's Olympic performance stands out, both because of the silver medal it produced and the mediocre results surrounding it. He's been out by the second round in five of his last seven events. Cliff Drysdale, who competed in 45 Davis Cup matches for his native South Africa and will call the action this weekend for ESPN, believes Fish has the talent to be a top-level player. But he wonders if the 23-year-old has the work ethic to match.

"He has got to make up his mind that he really wants it, and he's got to work as hard as he's ever worked," Drysdale said. "He's a very nice man, maybe too nice. I'm not sure that he really wants to bear down. He enjoys life. He's a great guy. He's a joker. He's a madman in a certain way that I really love. But he's not in good enough shape. He'll go to Saddlebrook and work out with the best in the business for a while, and then he'll bag it. He just needs to get into the best shape of his life, and needs to compare himself to some of the great physical specimens on the tour, which he is not yet."

McEnroe has been on Fish since the Olympics to stay aggressive and keep coming to the net. He believes Fish is at his best when he's constantly on the move.

"Sometimes when he gets a little frustrated, the feet get a little lackadaisical," McEnroe said. "That's something I'm trying to remind him every day, keep moving, keep getting in position. When he's in a good position and he lines up his shots, good things happen."

The only mystery regarding the order of play this week is who Belarus will pair with Mirnyi in the doubles match against the Bryans on Saturday. In Thursday's official draw, captain Sergei Teterin had his No. 1 player teamed with 18-year-old Alexander Skrypko, fueling speculation over whether Voltchkov -- who has battled a sore wrist -- could hold up to three matches in as many days.

"I'm ready to play," Voltchkov said. "Alexander is ready to play. It's up to the captain to decide who's going to go on the court."

Belarus has until one hour before Saturday's match to alter its doubles lineup, and Mirnyi said the team will meet after today's two singles matches to finalize its pairing. The Americans will believe Skrypko will play when they see him enter stadium court Saturday afternoon.

"As the Bryans just said, they don't think they've ever played a team that's actually been on the board," McEnroe said. "So we're not really concerned with who's on the board. We're just concerned with who shows up on the court on Saturday."
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Please win Mardy!! The US needs this point!!! It's 5-5 in the 1st, Max to serve.
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Alright fishy fans, mardy won the 1st set 7-5, and just broke in the second. Mardy's up 1-0, on serve, 15-0
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3-0 Mardy in the second. He is blowing Max away right now!!! GO FISHY!!!
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Fishyboy won the 2nd 6-2, but is down 0-3 in the third. 30-0 Mardy serving.
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Mardy wins 7-5, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3!!! GO TEAM USA!!! UP 2-0!!!
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congratulations Mardy!!!
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