9/1/12 4:18 AM | Cheryl Murray
Andy Roddick will play at least one more match in front of the home crowd, as the American destroyed Aussie teen Bernard Tomic to advance to the U.S. Open third round.
Andy Roddick announced his retirement from tennis following this year's US Open, but the American is still alive in the New York tournament after a 6-3, 6-4, 6-0 trouncing of Australia's Bernard Tomic on Friday night.
Roddick served up 13 aces for the match, but more impressively, the American faced no break points for the match. Tomic never really had a chance in the match, as Roddick showed some of his best tennis in years to delight the New York crowds. The American showed variety and played clean inventive tennis, ending the match with 33 winners and 21 unforced errors.
Roddick moves into the third round, where he will take on Italy's Fabio Fognini for a spot in the round of 16.
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