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Andy Roddick to Retire After US Open

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Andy Roddick turned 30-years-old on Thursday (Photo: US Open) Andy Roddick turned 30-years-old on Thursday (Photo: US Open)

When the U.S. Open is over, so will be Andy Roddick. The famed tennis player said in a news conference Thursday this year's tournament would be his last.

Roddick, the 2003 U.S. Open champion, said he will retire after this year's Open. He will be 30-years-old.

A 20th seed at this year's tournament, Roddick is scheduled to play Bernard Tomic in the second round Friday night at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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