Courtside at the BB&T Atlanta Open Championship! « The Blog of Matthew Loop

Courtside at the BB&T Atlanta Open Championship!

Yesterday, my wife, son, and I attended the BB&T Atlanta Open here in the city. This exclusive final match featured US tennis sensation, Andy Roddick vs. Gilles Muller of Luxembourg. The temperature on the court must have been over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, so it wasn’t the easiest of playing conditions.

To put it bluntly, Roddick got his ass handed to him in the first set and only took one game. Muller played very well and was helped  by quite a few unforced errors from Andy.

The second set was a whole different story, though.

The two players battled all the way to 6 games a piece. Roddick then turned on his A-game and never looked back, winning the tie-break 7-2.

The third and final set saw a major shift in momentum toward the highly confident, Roddick. He powered his way to a 6-2 victory, taking the championship… like a BOSS!

Here are some courtside photos of the event. To see all 13 pictures, visit my Facebook fan page here.





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One Response to “Courtside at the BB&T Atlanta Open Championship!”

  1. Sasha says:

    I had never heard of Muller before this event but his domination of the first set was clearly no accident.

    Way to take full advantage or your courtside seats and snap these ESPN quality photos Matthew. And, although I think Rick Reilly’s job is safe, your sports writing ain’t bad either.

    Is Wimbledon next?

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