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Andrew Stephen Roddick (born August 30, 1982) is an American former professional tennis player from Austin, Texas.
Despite a lackluster French Open, Roddick enjoyed success in the United Kingdom by winning Queen's Club, beating World No. Towards the end of 2004, Roddick fired his coach of 18 months, Brad Gilbert, and hired assistant Davis Cup coach Dean Goldfine. Roddick's first ATP event of the year was the Australian Open.2 Andre Agassi, 6–1, 6–7, 7–6, along the way, and reaching the Wimbledon semifinals, where he lost to eventual champion Roger Federer in straight sets. In June, Roddick advanced to his first Wimbledon final, and after taking the first set from defending champion Federer, lost in four sets. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Roddick lost to Chilean Fernando González, the eventual bronze medal winner, in the third round. There, he reached the fourth round, before being upset by unseeded and eventual finalist, Marcos Baghdatis.He avenged that loss in August, beating then World No. It is one of three times that Roddick defeated Federer in an official ATP tournament. Roddick was knocked out during the 2004 US Open in a five-set quarterfinal against another big server, Joachim Johansson. At the French Open, Roddick retired in the first round, after sustaining a foot injury during the match.Roddick reached four other Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon in 2004, 20, and the US Open in 2006), losing to Roger Federer every time.Roddick was ranked in the top 10 for nine consecutive years between 20 at year's end, and won five Masters Series titles in that period.Brooklyn and husband Andy Roddick are already parents to 21-month-old son Hank "For me, since I grew up with a mum who worked gruelling hours, literally saving lives as an ICU nurse, she instilled in me at a very young age that I needed to work," she told ], I didn't have a choice, I went back to work in three weeks.
"For me, I think after you have a baby, you're in this sort of weird utopia.
Roddick's hard-court record in 2003 included his first Masters Series titles—coming at Canada and Cincinnati—and his only Grand Slam title. At the Tennis Masters Cup in Houston, he defeated world No. 4 Guillermo Coria of Argentina, before losing to Roger Federer in the semifinals. He also became the youngest American to hold this rank since computer rankings were started in 1973. 1 ended the following February, when Roger Federer ascended to the top position, after winning his first Australian Open; the 2004 Australian Open would be the only time in Roddick's career that he was the No. Two weeks later at Wimbledon, Roddick was upset in the third round by British hopeful Andy Murray.
At the US Open, Roddick rallied from two sets down and a match point in the semifinals to beat David Nalbandian of Argentina, 6–7, 3–6, 7–6, 6–1, 6–3. By the end of the year, at age 21, he was ranked No. This loss caused Roddick to fall below the top 10 for the first time since 2002.
on Monday night (October 30) at the Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.
The 30-year-old actress dressed her baby bump in a emerald velvet gown while the 35-year-old tennis pro looked handsome in a charcoal-colored suit for the event.
Despite several more years as one of the world's best players, the 2003 US Open title would remain his only Grand Slam triumph.