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Andy Roddick's tweet during the Wimbledon final is going viral



In case you have not been watching, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are currently engaged in a Wimbledon Final for years. The two tennis legends are at level 11-11 through five sets and the world of sports is captivated.

Taking Twitter during the game, Andy Roddick jokingly asked his 1.5 million followers: "Something good on TV?"

Roddick, of course, is intimately familiar with the rigors of an extremely long Wimbledon final, which he lost to Federer ten years ago in the longest final of Wimbledon.

That game in 2009 was a total of 30 games, which lasted more than 4 hours before Federer claimed the victory.

The current match between Federer and Djokovic has already taken the title of the second longest final in history.

They are more than 6 in the afternoon. In England and the shadows are becoming a factor.

Federer is looking for his 21st Grand Slam title and his ninth in Wimbledon.

Djokovic, meanwhile, is trying to reduce the advantage between his tennis rival, looking for his 16th grand slam singles title. He is looking for his fifth Wimbledon title, and is defending the title he won from Kevin Anderson last year.

The Wimbledon final is currently being played on ESPN.


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