Friday, August 05, 2011

Andy Roddick drag out of Montreal Masters

Posted by Admin On 10:12 AM

Andy Roddick has drag out of next week's Montreal Masters, casting further hesitation over his fitness ahead of September's US Open. This is the second consecutive week Roddick has reserved from a contest, after he pulled out of Washington and it leftovers to be seen if the American will have enough time to recover match fitness for the US Open.

The 28-year-old has been overwhelmed with injuries over the past two years, and also pulled out of Roland Garros just two months ago. Roddick did get well in time to play in Wimbledon, where he fell in the third surrounding to Spaniard Feliciano Lopez, but the big-serving American has yet to play a match since he lost to David Ferrer in the Davis Cup quarter-finals.

According to the Montreal Gazette, Robin Soderling, Jurgen Melzer, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and Xavier Malisse have all reserved from next week's tournament from a huge number of reasons.


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