Andy Roddick has struggled in 2012 and his woes continued as he was eliminated by the fifth ranked player in the world, David Ferrer of Spain on Wimbledon's Centre Court on Saturday.
Roddick lost to Ferrer 2-6, 7-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Andy Roddick has been a runner-up at Wimbledon three times and his last Grand Slam title came in 2003's U.S. Open. Injuries have slowed the 29-year-old recently as he's been bothered by an injury to his right hamstring which forced him out of the Australian Open.
He also fell in the first round of the French Open, recently.
Roddick will now travel back to the states and play an Atlanta tournament as warmup to the 2012 Summer Olympics which will place him right back at the All England Club.
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