Since retiring, Andy Roddick has been one of the most sought after experts for his expert opinions. Former world number 1 and 2003 US Open champion, Roddick continues to be the latest men’s Grand Slam champion from North America. Standing in the top 10 of the year-end rankings for nine years in a row, Roddick has been called the great of modern American tennis.
With the WTA season over, the ATP Tour is in its final stages when ATP Finals 2021 will end this week will end this year’s season. Former ATP Finals Champion, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, No. 2 in the world Daniil Medvedev and number 3 in the world Alexander Zverev qualified for the semi-finals.
Djokovic started the season with 17 Grand Slam titles and was very close to finishing the season with 21 titles otherwise Medvedev would have beaten Djokovic in consecutive sets in the final of the World Cup. US Open 2021. With the Masters title in Paris, he is also the one with the most Masters titles and is comparable Roger FedererThere are 6 ATP Finals titles if he wins in Turin this year.
With the ongoing GOAT debate once again drawing attention to Djokovic’s heroes this season, Roddick said, “I will make it very clear that if Novak Djokovic ends his career with the most Grand Slam titles of all time, it is impossible to refute him as the greatest based on numbers. ”
Andy Roddick leads Novak Djokovic 5-4 in H2H
Roddick and Djokovic have met a total of 9 times in a span of 6 years with 6 of those being quarterfinals of various events. Djokovic took a 2-1 lead in head-to-head record after his first three meetings but Roddick then won four in a row to take a 5-2 lead in their battle.
However, Novak won their next two meetings including the last meeting between the two players which took place in the 2nd round of the tournament. 2012 London Olympics where Novak won straight sets in Roddick’s final season in Singles while he retired from Doubles in 2015.
https://firstsportz.com/tennis-it-is-a-statistical-impossibility-to-argue-against-novak-djokovic-being-the-greatest-based-on-numbers-says-andy-roddick/ Andy Roddick » FirstSportz says: “No argument about Novak Djokovic being the greatest based on the numbers