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Andy Roddick

Andy Roddick
Andy Roddick (August 30, 1982 - ) is a professional tennis player and a former No. 1. Roddick has won one Grand Slam title.
Andy Roddick (August 30, 1982 - ) is a professional tennis player and a former No. 1. Roddick has won one Grand Slam title. « Show less

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  • Serena Williams gives the U.S. a reason to remain excited about tennis

    Serena Williams gives the U.S. a reason to remain excited about tennis
    The United States Tennis Assn. should be thanking its lucky stars for Serena Williams. It should be eternally grateful that Richard Williams dragged his two little girls out to the tennis courts of Compton some 25 years ago, that he got them...
  • Roger Federer takes Gerry Weber Open title

    Roger Federer takes Gerry Weber Open title
    Roger Federer defeated Italy's Andreas Seppi 7-6 (1), 6-4 on Sunday to claim a record eighth Gerry Weber Open title in Halle, Germany, in his 10th final at the event. Despite not replicating the free-flowing tennis of previous rounds, Federer dug deep...
  • James Blake Thrilled To Be Affiliated With Connecticut Open

    James Blake Thrilled To Be Affiliated With Connecticut Open
    NEW HAVEN — For a few months after the 2013 U.S. Open, James Blake purposely avoided tennis. He didn't pick up a racket, he didn't step on a court or hang around the game. Instead, he spent the early weeks of his retirement with his wife and...
  • Andy Roddick, Mardy Fish to play doubles together in Atlanta

    After dealing with anxiety issues, former top-10 player Mardy Fish is going to give professional tennis another try. And this time, he's bringing pal Andy Roddick along with him. Roddick, who retired in 2012, and Fish will play doubles together next...
  • Makarova, Stephens Join Connecticut Open Field

    Makarova, Stephens Join Connecticut Open Field
    In February, the Connecticut Open secured one of the rising stars in tennis when Madison Keys committed to New Haven. Keys is a marquee name and considered among the faces of the next wave of U.S. tennis. The other fresh face of U.S. tennis is Sloane...
  • McEnroe, Blake To Compete In Connecticut Open Legends Match

    McEnroe, Blake To Compete In Connecticut Open Legends Match
    NEW HAVEN — For a tournament selling tennis and star power, the Thursday announcement was significant. The Connecticut Open, a WTA event at New Haven's Connecticut Tennis Center, will hold a men's legends event for the second year in a row. This...
  • Connecticut Open Taking A Charitable Page From Travelers Golf

    Connecticut Open Taking A Charitable Page From Travelers Golf
    NEW HAVEN —Over the past 62 years, Connecticut's professional golf tournament has generated in excess of $32 million for charities. Last year, the Travelers Championship raised $1.6 million for 140 charities. The tournament has been cited by the...
  • Central Florida hosts state junior tennis championships

    Central Florida hosts state junior tennis championships
    The United States Tennis Association Florida Bobby Curtis Junior State Championships for the 12-and-under through 18U age groups starts on Saturday at four Central Florida sites. It continues through Wednesday, June 10, at the Florida Tennis Center in...
  • U.Va. captures second men's team tennis NCAA title

    Virginia captured its second national tennis team title — and, just as in 2013, Mitchell Frank clinched it. The senior beat Andrew Harris, the nation’s seventh-ranked player, 7-5, 7-5 Tuesday on line 2 to give the third-seeded Cavaliers (29-...
  • Defending Champ Kvitova Will Defend Connecticut Open Title

    Defending Champ Kvitova Will Defend Connecticut Open Title
    The reigning Connecticut Open champion is returning to New Haven this summer. Tournament director Anne Worcester announced Wednesday that Petra Kvitova, ranked No. 4 in the world, will be part of the 2015 Connecticut Open field. The tournament will be...
  • Thursday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Tides hold off Gwinnett, improve to 9-6

    MINOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: International League: The Norfolk Tides built a four-run lead and held on to beat Gwinnett 4-3 Thursday in a matinee at Harbor Park. Nolan Reimold and Rey Navarro belted two-run homers off Matt Wisler for the Tides (9-6),...