Wimbledon: No. 5 Andy Roddick And Lu Yen-Hsun Knotted At One-Set-Apiece

Three-time Wimbledon finalist No. 5 Andy Roddick is in more of a slog than he bargained for against unseeded Lu Yen-Hsun in a fourth round match now guaranteed to go at least four sets.

Roddick got the first (and so far only) break of the match in the tenth game to take the first set 6-4.

But there were no breaks in the second set, and some loose play from Roddick on his service points in the tiebreak gave the Taiwanese player two minibreaks and a comfortable 7-3 margin of victory to level the match at one-set-apiece.

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