As one of the most consistent players in the last decade, Andy Roddick has left a legacy in the sport of tennis few will soon forget. From his power serving to his press conference antics, Roddick always put on a show for his fans. And now with his latest venture into the world of sports radio, fans can continue to laugh with the tennis great.
Earlier this year during Tennis Night in America, Roddick spoke with Harry Cicma prior to his exhibition match against the world No. 1 Roger Federer.
Catch a candid Roddick as he speak on his friendship and “rivalry” with Roger Federer, looks back at his 2012 results, and discusses the level of men’s tennis with the Big Four of Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
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Cicma is the former sports anchor and producer at NBC in Providence, R.I., CBS in Springfield, Mass., and ABC in Sioux City, Iowa. He is the co-founder and host of “World Tennis with Harry Cicma” and also served as a commentator for other networks including Fox Sports Net and Tennis Channel and has commentated for World Team Tennis and the U.S. Open tennis championship’s world feed. A former ATP world-ranked doubles player, he was also a standout Big East tennis player at Rutgers University.