Fri 3 July 2009, The Independent

'Best bad player' may yet show just how good he is

By Paul Newman
Andy Roddick, Andy Murray's semi-final opponent here this afternoon, sometimes calls himself "the best bad tennis player of all time". The American is just 26, but he won his only Grand Slam title six years ago and has grown used to people suggesting that he has been overtaken by a new generation.
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