“I’d win not a single game,” Faced with Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, Andy Roddick confesses not standing a chance as John McEnroe could assume the commentator’s spot

Andy Roddick hilariously tweets on not being able to beat Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner.


“I’d win not a single game,” Faced with Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, Andy Roddick confesses not standing a chance as John McEnroe could assume the commentator’s spot

Andy Roddick, Carlos Alcaraz, and Jannik Sinner (via Imago)

The comparison between the previous generation players in tennis with the current one is rather unfair and not accountable. Despite this, Andy Roddick, the former World No.1 in tennis, revealed to not even win a single match against Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner

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Having heard Roddick’s new podcast ‘Served’, Bobby Simpson, an X user humorously tweeted to pay a good amount to watch Roddick get beat down by the youngsters while being commentated by tennis legends like John McEnroe, Brad Gilbert, and Jon Wertheim. 

With an exciting scenario presented, the stakes would be high for Roddick, but he gave up even before it started. Directly waving a white flag, the American wrote about being ugly and not standing a chance to win a game. Roddick wrote on X:

It’d be so ugly. I’d win not a single game.
Andy Roddick on X

His podcast has been a huge hit, and almost all the tennis fans and insiders seem to enjoy it. Till now only two episodes have been released so far, and people have been talking non-stop about them. 

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Andy Roddick’s recent podcast episode blows up as Saudi threat looms over the tennis future

Saudi Arabia has been making deeper inroads with tennis. After making their presence felt in other sports, the Gulf nation is targeting tennis to improve their viewership and ultimately, their economy. 

Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal (Via English Jagran)

Recently, Andy Roddick revealed his opinion on Saudi’s threat in tennis and how he would not participate in gross things. Talking about Rafael Nadal’s brand deal with Saudi, the tennis legend questioned their support, keeping in mind the history of Saudi. Despite this, Roddick openly said that he and other critics would have to withdraw their words if Nadal and other ambassadors did something good for both tennis and the Arab countries. 

Furthermore, using golf as an example, Roddick stated that he would not join the Saudi-backed rebel tour if he were a golfer. He has his own thoughts about Saudi Arabia and its efforts to make inroads with tennis. Moreover, the American admitted to being a capitalist. Following the lengthy discussion about Saudi, he also supported Andy Murray and his position in the top 50 despite bad form in recent tournaments. 

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