i <3 wimbledon



A fan at the Kunitsyn/Roddick second-round match. Roddick took it 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. He next faces 26th seed Jurgen Melzer, who beat Beni Becker in three sets (two tiebreaks).

Now that JM Del Potro has been ousted by perennial grass threat Lleyton Hewitt (yay! more fun pics of Bec Cartwright!), this is looking like the Wimbledon quarterfinal clash o’ the year.


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  2. translator Says:

    Hewitt is a great example of what real commitment and gutsy determination can do. He clearly is not the most naturally gifted in terms of pure talent, but he works, works and works on and off the court. He hates losing and loves winning and is willing to focus on achieving these goals. Well done.

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