That's a rhetorical question, since I know I'm not the only one. Why the topic suddenly? Cause a friend just send me an MMS (those SMS text message with photo) of Roddick with the news that he just won his match on Friday night at the SAP open in San Jose. So he's on to the Semi. I could care less.
I still remember the incident at the SAP Open several years ago when he played Nishikori. He was being a complete bully to Nishikori, even making some borderline racist comments ("go back to Japan"). Not impressed by him as ambassador of tennis in US.
Incidentally, I felt like an idiot myself because I was there watching his match and a few minutes before the incident, I was discussing with a friend sitting next to me about Roddick. My friend was not a big fan of Roddick. Blah, blah, blah, she explained. And there I was defending Roddick by kept saying "really? He said that" or "really, he was like that". I added how I thought Roddick was pretty nice everytime I saw him during the interview. Then, less than 10 minutes after the conversation I saw his unsportsmanship behavior in front of my eyes. Boy, was I wrong. 'nuf said.