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Andy Roddick Out At The US Open . . . . . . . . . . Is He The Most Over Rated Athlete?

Andy Roddick lived up to expectations in the 2nd Round of the 2010 US Open bowing out early to a lower seeded Janko Tipsarevic in 4 sets. Roddick the 9th ranked tennis player in the world has been on the losing end of things since winning the 2003 US Open over Juan Carlos Ferrero. Since winning his only Grand Slam Championship Roddick has been to only 4 Grand Slam Finals, eventually losing all of them to the current 2nd ranked tennis player in the world Roger Federer. If you do the math that means Roddick has been to only one-ninth (1/9) of the possible 28 Grand Slam Finals since winning in 03′, which in my opinon is pretty pitiful. As I watched the highlights of yesterdays match I began to think . . . . . . . . Is Andy Roddick The Most Over Rated Athlete That We Currently Have In Sports? I played around with the question in my head for a few but was unable to come up with a definative answer, so I decided to compile a list of other athletes that might compare and see where they ranked with our listeners.


September 2, 2010 - Posted by | Boxing, Golf, Golfers, Just For Kicks, LeBron James, MLB, NBA, NFL, Players, Tennis, Uncategorized

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