After his comprehensive third-round defeat to Feliciano Lopez at Wimbledon, it seems Andy Roddick's hopes of winning that elusive second Grand Slam are over.
Roddick, ranked No. 10, was crushed in straights sets by Lopez, the experienced Spaniard who is ranked 34 places below him on the ATP Tour.
And it was painfully clear on Centre Court that the Roddick of old, the 2003 U.S Open champion, will probably never return.
Here are four reasons why.