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    Federer Defeats Roddick for Wimbledon Title!

    Congratulation to Roger for winning a second consecutivve title!

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    I don't follow tennis at all, but i thought Roddick was going to win that lol, oh well.

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    I don't follow tennis, but from what I've heard Federer is great at defending serves and if you can stop Roddick's beast of a serve consistently you got a nice chance.

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    I will say even though both had to endure the delays...The 2nd one seemed to help Roger, as Roddick looked very strong with a set & a break in hand.
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    I've been sucked into the tennis world because I hang out with the Pitt tennis chicks all the time. Funny thing is, they're bigger alky's than us dudes. Anyways, I was more shocked with Serena losing than Roddick. Roddick is good, but other than his great serve, his game isn't completely dominating (at least not yet). He'll be around for a long time and win quite a few Grand Slam events but he still has some work to become dominating.

    On a little sidenote, a girl I went to high school with (she was a year younger) won the National Championship in womens doubles this year for UCLA. Her and her doubles partner made the finals last year and lost but won it this year. Cool thing is, the National Champions get automatic entry into the US Open. We'll probably make a roadtrip to go see the match since she hangs out with all the Pitt tennis players too when she's not away at school.

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