Roddick has two huge weapons: a)His serve that blows out the court most of the players out there. b) The confidence that he has on big points, he seems to raise his concentration level and get the edge when he needs it. That being said, compare his win today against Schalken and the Federer-Hewitt match. Roddick's game once he gets into the point is of a top 50, not near ANY of the top 10 players; he relies in his huge weapons and lacks strategy/variety/imagination. And on the other hand we have the amazing shotmaking ability of Federer and incredible agility of Hewitt; those guys amaze the spectators and make it a game of skills; with Roddick is just a macho thing of who his the stronger ball; that's not tennis any longer is something else that I don't like.