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Andy Roddick headed into Wimbledon tagged as a contender outside of the top four for the Wimbledon title.
Roddick was seen, by many, as the best of the rest, but all that was blown away by an underrated Spaniard who went onto reach the quarterfinals.
Feliciano Lopez outplayed Roddick throughout the match. The World No.10 could not cope with Lopez's lefty serve out-wide to the backhand and, as has been the case for many a year, was not ruthless enough with his groundstrokes.
For those who watched Roddick's tight win against Lopez at Queens, you would have expected a close match and it was exactly that. Lopez stunned Roddick and ended what could have been the American's last chance at winning a second grand slam.