A RETURN TO FORM
Three-time former finalist Andy Roddick goes into what promises to be his last Wimbledon, with a good chance of making it through to the second week.
The former world No.1 has finally found some form. After losing in the first round of both Roland Garros and Queen’s Club, Roddick entered Wimbledon fresh from winning the grass court event at Eastbourne..
Seeded No.30, Roddick beat British wild card entrant and world No.186 Jamie Baker in the first round, and Germany’s No.88 ranked Bjorn Phau in the second, without dropping a set.