Roddick non-commital on Wimbledon return
Andy Roddick refuses to discuss whether this will be his last Wimbledon after a four-set defeat to David Ferrer in the third round. As the three-time Wimbledon finalist walked off the court, he blew a kiss to the crowd.
"No," he said when asked to give a definite answer. "That's just another way of going about it. I understand that journalistic ploy and that's what you're supposed to do and stuff. I don't have an answer for you. I'm not going to be able to give you much else."
Roddick has said repeatedly this year that if he gets healthy, he's planning on playing for at least a couple more years. Back at full strength, he won the week before Wimbledon in Eastbourne. Roddick will compete in the London Olympics, which will be played on grass at the All England Club in the beginning of August.
"Right now I feel better coming out of this tournament than I have in a little while," he said. "Not this tournament, but meaning tournaments this year. I'm excited. Two-out-of-three sets on grass is a crapshoot. Anything goes there. If I can kind of maintain the form that I've had it's going to be uncomfortable. I don't think I'm going to be seeded. I don't know that that's going to be a comfortable round for anybody on this surface at this venue."