Andy Roddick rode smoothly into the quarter-finals of AEGON Championships - American third seed Andy Roddick pulled smoothly into the quarter-finals of AEGON Championships, Queens, England. In yesterday's game, ranking 10th in the world with a brilliant beat South African Kevin Anderson with a convincing score of 6-4 and 6-4.
Andy Roddick started the fight with a highly convincing. 28-year tennis player started the game very aggressively. He did not give Anderson a chance to grow a bit. Service Andy Roddick run smoothly and can not be dammed opponent. In the second set, similar conditions occur. On the whole the former world number one had won the match in one hour and 18 minutes.
Andy Roddick seems to be very motivated in this tournament warm up ahead of Wimbledon. He was determined to be a champion for the fifth time this year. If that's true, then the winning grand slam U.S. Open in 2003 will become history. He will pass through six tennis player who grabbed four titles AEGON Championships. Legends including John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Lleyton Hewitt. Moreover, Roddick played on grass which became his favorite so far.
"I am delighted to be here, I love this tournament, I love being a few months in England. So I tried as hard as possible. I am now in top condition and solid," Roddick said as quoted by the BBC.
"I have my game plan and implement it in the field. Not many breaks as opposed to Anderson. This is the lawn," he added. In the quarter-finals Roddick will challenge the seventh seed Fernando Verdasco. This was after the Spanish tennis player David Nalbandian from Argentina beat by a score of 7-5 and 6-1 yesterday.