American Andy Roddick may not win his first Roland Garros title, but he
Serving smart, volleying like a demon and playing consistent from the
Under his new coach, Larry Stefanki, Roddick has gotten himself in
While the 26-year-old won’t put himself in the list of top favorites,
He’ll face the winner of the match between Gael Monfils and Juergen
“I think I have improved physically from the past times I've been here, and I think that lends itself to having some more options out there,” he said. If you're asking me if I've come here thinking I can win this tournament, the honest answer would be no. Do I feel like I can make a run and then see where that takes me? Yes. I think it would be extremely presumptuous of me with my record here to come in and say I think I'm going to win this tournament. Right now I'm going to go match by match, and I think I have a shot to win my next match. We'll go from there. But the reason that Roger and Rafa have been talked about as the favorites is because they've proven themselves time after time. Not only at this event, but at other ones. So I'm going to have to earn it."