The No.9-seeded Andy Roddick is now out of the running at the 2010 US Open in New York. He has played some great tennis all year long, despite several losses. However, the powerful Janko Tipsarevic of Serbia managed to best him on Wednesday. Basketball Lines.
Roddick played aggressively, but was nevertheless overpowered by the high-risk style that Tipsarevic countered him with during their match. He was run down and beaten quite frequently, ending up giving in after a while. All told, Roddick could have played better. For whatever reason, he just crumbled to the Serbian powerhouse. Bowing out in the second round, he took a 3-6, 7-5, 6-3, 7-6 (4) loss. NFL Betting Lines.
There was an issue during the game when he was called on a foot fault. The line judge erroneously called his right foot out, as he was over with the toes on his left foot. Roddick blew up on the judge, but attempted to remain composed to the best of his ability. He claimed that the incident didn’t affect his playing. Inevitably he lost. Tipsarevic never before had never before reached the third round at the U.S. Open. The first timer will play No. 17 Gael Monfils next. NFL Lines.
The tournament of tennis will continue with a whole fresh round of contestants and hopefuls. With the 2003 champion out of the running, the only person left in that has won it before is Roddick’s nemesis, Roger Federer. If anyone has a shot at making a huge comeback, it is probably Federer. He has been steadfast in all of his games, rapidly disposing of his competition. The rest of the tournament is lining up to be quite enticing, as the best players in the world are present. It will be an encounter to remember. Be sure and keep yourself up to date on all the latest and greatest sports betting information at www.scoresandodds.com.