Andy Roddick is retiring from pro tennis. He leaves the game as one of six Americans to be ranked No. 1 in the world by the ATP Tour since the rankings began in 1973. While he has only one Grand Slam title to his credit, Roddick also has 33 Davis Cup wins -- second only to John McEnroe's 41 -- and led the U.S. to the 2007 Davis Cup title. And the fact that Roddick played in the same era as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the only two active players with more titles, figures into discussion of his legacy. Where do you place Roddick among America's all-time men's tennis greats?

Top 10 U.S. men's tennis players

Andre Agassi

Andre Agassi

Won eight Grand Slams. Highest Ranking: No. 1

Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe

Won three Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

Michael Chang

Michael Chang

Won one Grand Slam and seven masters. Highest ranking: No. 2

Jimmy Connors

Jimmy Connors

Won eight Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

Jim Courier

Jim Courier

Won four Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

John McEnroe

John McEnroe

Won seven Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

Andy Roddick

Andy Roddick

Won one Grand Slam. Highest ranking: No. 1

Pete Sampras

Pete Sampras

Won 14 Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

Stan Smith

Stan Smith

Won two Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

Bill Tilden

Bill Tilden

Won 10 Grand Slams. Highest ranking: No. 1

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