Andy Roddick: American Andy Roddick Advances To Fourth Round With Win
Andy Roddick, the best-ranked American man in tennis, moved on to the fourth round after a hard-fought win over Robin Haase of the Netherlands. Roddick got off to a slow start in this one, but used 32 aces to come on strong late, en route to a 2-6, 7-6, 6-2, 6-2 win.
Roddick used 32 aces to overpower Haase, who is ranked 62nd in the world coming into this match. The American, currently ranked eighth, is trying to recover the strong form he showed prior to being diagnosed with mononucleosis midway through the 2010 season.
Roddick is seeking his second Grand Slam title, having won the U.S. Open in 2003, and given the way he's playing right now, he's got a real chance of pulling it off.
Roddick's next opponent will be 19th-ranked Stanislas Warwrinka of Switzerland.
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