I find it very humorous that many of you on this message board hate Andy Roddick with a passion rarely seen outside of debates on abortion or Iraq. In the eyes of many posters- Roddick is "unintelligent," possesses a "game that is so just so ugly that I hate him" and is a "poor sport." But most importantly-he's a "bad tennis player" and "destroying the game with his lack of skill and power-game" Most of the posters bashing Roddick come off as totally moronic, while a few raise rational and reasonable justifications for disliking Roddick. Reasonable objections to Roddick are points concerning Roddick's sometimes juvenile behavior on the court, P-Mac’s non-stop Roddick hype , or perhaps simply not enjoying Roddick’s style of play. Idiotic objections to Roddick simply consist of absurd statements about Roddick's "lack of skill" and his "destroying the game" or better yet “I hate Andy Roddick-he sucks.” Yet I’m sure many of the hardcore “Roddick Bashers” enjoy Andre Agassi-who’s behavior has been less than classy at times in his early years. Or even in his later years-hitting serves at linesmen-etc... Yet Agassi-like Johny-Mac (There’s a well behaved player for you), is justly one of the most adored players in the history of tennis. Perhaps those who object to Roddick so much should remember that Roddick is still young and has improved his behavior. There are many other players who’s behavior aren't the greatest on the court. Take Safin for instance-Safin isn’t exactly a great role model for young players-yet there aren’t legions of “I hate Safin” posts popping up. And it is important to remember that Andy isn’t all that bad-he justly gives his opponent credit after losses. Take his losses to Federer for example-Roddick‘s comments praise Federer and offer little excuse for his own performance on the court. I’m sure it isn’t easy to lose to the #1 player over and over again. Yes Roddick is not perfect-no one is. And for those of you that claim that Roddick is a “bad tennis player”-he still is undisputedly the 2nd best player in all of men’s tennis-to say otherwise is foolish.