Andy Roddick revisits his roots

Updated: September 8, 2011, 7:44 PM ET
By Jane McManus | ESPN New York

NEW YORK -- It wasn't just the rain, or the water bubbling up by virtue of some meteorological phenomenon on Louis Armstrong court. No, the fourth-round men's singles match between Andy Roddick and No. 5 David Ferrer was surreal from the fit pitched by Roddick, to the mysterious screaming in the second set, and included some guy who tried to climb the back fence of Court 13 as Ferrer was set to serve.

The challenges of two straight days of rain continued for No. 21 Roddick and John Isner, ...

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