Why This Could Be Andy Roddick's Last Grand Slam Final

Nick TraderCorrespondent IJuly 4, 2009

It will be a sad day in the hearts of Americans when their country number 1 retires.

Andy Roddick has been in the game for many years now and sadly enough these next ones may be his last.

Roddick, who is 25 years old and married, is coming out of the "peak" years of his tennis career.

Same goes for Federer, but who gives a damn.  Nobody likes him.

Anyway, Roddick referred to himself as "an old married dude."  This being the case, one might wonder if he has one more title in him.

I personally hope so.  I hope that he crushes Federer to claim the Wimbledon title that has eluded him in years past.

*Sigh* for one to dream.

Well I hope all of you who read this agree with me and join in cheering on Andy this Sunday as he takes Roger Federer who is seeking to make history.

For those of you who don't agree with, I would say screw you.  But since I'm not an a**hole, I'll just say please comment!

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