Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by Mark Vessels, Apr 26, 2008.
Maybe he will have a happier life with his soon to be wife and start a happy family
I am not a fan of good old Andrew Roddick, but I don't think he should retire. He has to play Federer and Nadal again, after those beat downs I will re-evaluate my decision. :twisted:
Plus the Davis Cup tie in Spain in the fall, I think he is really motivated by his recent success on court, and with his personal life to even entertain the thought.
Meanwhile, you can get started and retire until he retires.:shock:
You should retire... From posting on this forum..
Yes he should and you as well from TW for starting such a stupid thread.
woops beat me to it
He usually retires during the clay season anyway.
Just like over half the clay courters (but not Nadal) retire during the fast hard court season.
Funny. two three
mark vessels shut up andys won two tourneys this year and how amny has federer won 1 and nadal 1 so shut up
When Andy said that???
Andy can only hope Fed is tired after the Clay Season. Otherwise it is looking like he won't win another slam. Also Davis Cup on clay is not looking good. I assume Spain picks a court similar to Monte Carlo.
retire? would be retarted
I wouldn't mind if he did. I'm tired of his Hollywood schtick. However, it is probably par for the course in other countries, too.
I don't think Roddick should retire, I know you were being sarcastic but I still think he has a chance for 1-3 more grand slams. So far this year he has been playing some phenomenal tennis and it's only a matter of time when he will get his chances in the majors. He already beat Federer in Miami and this should give him a boost of confidence if they meet again. Roddick is the best US player we have so losing him would be a huge loss.
are you on crack sir?
dude...at least learn how to spell ******** before calling anyone else ******** lol.
and to restate your point.
wow..the op is ********.
Andy's wife will be much happier if he keeps bringing home money from tournaments.
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