Roddick confident about AustraliaPosted on 06/12 by
Weekly Expert Betting Tips - Join our free mailing listThe American, who is currently ranked no.6 in the world, suffered a knee injury while taking part in the Shanghai Masters tournament.
He said, on his Twitter page: “Very bummed about not playing at masters. “I am at about 75 per cent with the knee but haven’t been able to hit yet. “Hopefully I can start hitting a little bit this week.
“I expect to make a full recovery and will be ready for Australia.”
Melbourne Park, where the Australian Open will be played, has been the location for Roddick’s most memorable career moments to date.
Back in 20003, the year he really broke through at senior level, he pulled off a massive five hour plus game against Younes El Aynaoui in the quarter-final at the Australian Grand Slam tournament.
Roddick, who is making a habit of playing five set matches against top players, like he did at Wimbledon this year against Roger Federer, will be making his ninth main draw appearance at the Australian Open in 2010.
Online tennis betting site Betfair offers Roddick to win the Australian Open at 42.
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