Mojo this: Muller upset ranks right up there
NEW YORK -- For the last four years, Andy Roddick has been money in the early rounds of the U.S. Open. After losing his first-ever match here in 2000, Roddick went 16-0 on his way into the quarterfinals and broke through with the title -- his only Grand Slam -- in 2003.
On Tuesday night, Roddick ran into an unconscious 22-year-old from Luxembourg who didn't care if he has the fastest serve ever recorded. He wasn't concerned that Roddick is the latest, greatest hope of a nation in search ...
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