Don't call Roddick one dimensional
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- For a set and seven games, Andy Roddick played his tennis in safety-first, default mode. Big serves and an efficient approach usually are enough to beat the Igor Andreevs and Sergiy Stakhovskys of the world, but Rafael Nadal is a different kind of cat.
And so, trailing Rafa by a set in their Sony Ericsson Open semifinal Friday, Roddick drastically altered his game plan.
"He forced me into something that probably isn't the most comfortable ...
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