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Andy Roddick serves a ball on clay and it gets stuck. Fake or not? You be the judge!
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Andy Roddick is shown to serve a ball so fast that it gets stuck on clay of the tennis court. That’s not the fact! Andy Roddick is indeed known for his swift tennis serves, but this one is not real. As you can watch the original and complete footage here, Andy Roddick can be seen playing ‘casually’ in the beginning.
Roddick loses on clay, or at least on clay today, because after the serve he doesn’t hit big enough. He strokes aren't constructed or timed for this stuff. After Gabashvili won the first set.
Answer (1 of 2): why is the false answer top? please note those who say its a commercial are right, mr roddick himself confirmed this. easy clue, look at the video again, no other advertisements on the walls. never seen such an “emtpy” court.
Andy Roddick's serve gets stuck on clay Andy Roddick of USA was one of the most powerful servers in the sport. Having served at a fiery pace of 249.4 km/h, he was known for crushing his opponents...
Talk Tennis Guru. Feb 26, 2011. #6. I've got to admit that I thought it was real -- for all of 45 seconds! When I watched the video clip a 2nd time, it became evident -- Andy did not perform his normal serving ritual. Seriously doubt that he would ever do that in a real match, no matter how much he was annoyed by a bad call on a first serve.
level 2. OverlySarcasticDude. · 4y. Yes, a few people have. The world record is held by Australian Sam Groth at 163mph (263 km/h) however was in a "Challenger" event (level below ATP Tour events) which are not counted in ATP's own records. The official ATP record is by John Isner at 157 mph (253km/h). Roddick's fastest was a "mere" 155 mph ...