Andy Roddick, a Hall of Famer by "Sustained Excellence" - NY Times

1/20/2017

Ahead of this week's announcement of the ITHF Class of 2017, tennis journalist Chris Clarey of The New York Times caught up with Andy Roddick on the news. 

On the link that follows, read more about Andy in Mr. Clarey's column looking at Andy's career, legacy, peers, memories of his fellow inductee Kim Clisjsters, and thoughts on life after tennis.  Read more...

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