Roddick feels thankful for the big four era


Mon, 24 Jul 2017 - 09:13 GMT

Roddick won U.S. Open in 2003 – Reuters

Roddick won U.S. Open in 2003 – Reuters

CAIRO - 24 July 2017: Andy Roddick, former American Tennis player, talked on Sunday about his career, he also talked about the Big Four era.

“I can't believe the level of tennis that I got to see in my career, the shots hit, the records that were broken, and the records that continue to be broken, Thanks to Murray, Novak, Roger and Rafa for playing the game at a higher level than it's ever been played,” Roddick told reporters according to

Big Four is an expression represents the biggest four players in tennis this era, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

Roddick, former no.1, added “it sucked being in your vacuum a lot of times. I still consider myself lucky. I got to guard Jordan, I went the distance with Ali, I pitched to Babe Ruth. I feel like I know what it must have been like to watch Picasso. I saw it all."

Roddick won only a Grand Slam title in U.S. Open 2003.



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