From interview in defeat against Andreev at IW:
Q. People coming in said nobody wants to ask the first question. Talk about what you're feeling, what you're thinking.
ANDY RODDICK: I don't know. A lot of thoughts. Not feeling too good. Feel a little bit empty right now. I don't know what the hell happened. I don't know. Probably everything you're thinking.
Q. You tough out the tiebreaker, seem to be in good position. Can you take yourself to the beginning of the third, sort of take us from there.
ANDY RODDICK: Yeah, that would be easy. It would only last another 15 minutes.
Q. Have you ever played before where a microphone goes off in the middle of a match and the umpire didn't hear it?
ANDY RODDICK: He admittedly heard it, but he said it's no different than a fan yelling. I said, "Yes, it is, it's a microphone." It's probably not the same thing, right, unless I'm missing something.
Whatever, that's a footnote in this match.
Q. So where does all the frustration come from at the end of the match?
ANDY RODDICK: Where does it come from?
Q. What is it coming from? It's all pouring out.
ANDY RODDICK: It's coming from playing like shit. I don't know what else you want?