Andy Roddick: 5 Keys for the American to Start Winning Again

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Andy Roddick: 5 Keys for the American to Start Winning Again
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"Slump" is the word to describe Andy Roddick's current form.

Once upon a time, the American was a prodigy; a youngster showing tremendous talent; a teenager with slams guaranteed his way. After he won the 2003 US Open, people were thinking that he would definitely win more.

He then made the finals of the 2004 Wimbledon, the 2005 Wimbledon, the 2006 US Open, and the 2009 Wimbledon, but lost all of them to Roger Federer.

In the '09 final in London, however, Roddick played extremely well, and many people thought that it was a sign of things to come. That tournament, he had played some of the best tennis of his life, and it was at such a high level that if he could continue like that, he would win a few more majors.

That, however didn't happen.

Now Roddick is in one of the worst stages of his life, as he hasn't won anything in a while, and he has been throwing tantrums in matches and during press conferences.

How can he escape from this?

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