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Roger Federer talks to FOX Sports analyst Andy Roddick about his passion for tennis and the highs and lows of his career. [x]

oswi-n:

“For the first time in my career, I’m not sure what to say… Oh gosh, where do I start? Since I was a kid, I’ve been coming to this tournament and I felt lucky just to sit where all of you are sitting today. To watch the game and to see the champions that have come and gone, and I’ve loved every minute of it. It’s been a road of lot of ups, lot of downs, lot of great moments, and I’ve appreciated your support along the way. I know I certainly haven’t made it easy for you at times, but I really do appreciate it, and I love you guys with all my heart. Hopefully I’ll come back to this place someday and see all of you again.” - Andy Roddick after his last professional tennis match

oswi-n:

“For the first time in my career, I’m not sure what to say… Oh gosh, where do I start? Since I was a kid, I’ve been coming to this tournament and I felt lucky just to sit where all of you are sitting today. To watch the game and to see the champions that have come and gone, and I’ve loved every minute of it. It’s been a road of lot of ups, lot of downs, lot of great moments, and I’ve appreciated your support along the way. I know I certainly haven’t made it easy for you at times, but I really do appreciate it, and I love you guys with all my heart. Hopefully I’ll come back to this place someday and see all of you again.” - Andy Roddick after his last professional tennis match

Source: previously-lyonsheart

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Source: friedfederer

I’m not ignorant to the fact that I won’t miss it. Of course I will. I know that there will be hard days.

- Andy Roddick

It wasn’t boring.

- Andy Roddick, nailing his career in three words.

Today a tennis legend named Andy Roddick ends his career in the very same stadium, Arthur Ashe where he won his 1st and only tennis grand slam title 9yrs ago.

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Source: weltmeister-2014

oswi-n:

Andy Roddick, the 2003 US Open Champion and former World no. 1 has officially retired from professional tennis today.

oswi-n:

Andy Roddick, the 2003 US Open Champion and former World no. 1 has officially retired from professional tennis today.

One thing I’m not scared of about retirement are the people that I go home to.

- Andy Roddick

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