Andy Roddick finally found some form in Eastbourne this week, winning his first title in nearly a year. The American beat the in-form Andreas Seppi 6-3, 6-2 in the final, just a week after crashing out of the Queen's Club championships in the first round.
“I wanted to keep alive winning one tournament a year for 12 years. I know three or four people have done that,’ Roddick commented afterwards. “I need to remind myself of those numbers just to [remember] this is a what-did-you-do-last-week-type sport? So looking back on that, maybe I need to look at those a little bit more and realise that I've done this for a long time pretty well.” Roddick has already said that this Wimbledon might be his last. Wimbledon starts next week.