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’, starring Mandy, was recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews from The Hollywood and Variety Magazine, and is set to release nation wide on April 23rd. February 15, 2004 – People magazine reports Mandy has split with her record label at Sony Music.

“She made a great record [‘Coverage’] and not enough people heard it,” a source said.

That's why I came to this decision.”For Roddick, that decision was exactly the right way to go about such an exit.

Long a man of entertainment, of pomp and personality and flare and fire on the court, he left the melodramatic to the wayside with such a move, instead choosing to be the elder statesman that he has become in American tennis, letting new names like Jack Sock, Ryan Harrison, and John Isner take the stars-and-stripes torch from here. He was, for eight straight years, a consistent top 10 player, winning some 32 titles and making another 20 finals.

For years a familiar face in the latter stages of tournaments, he lost in the second round of the Australian Open, the first round of the French Open, the third round of Wimbledon and the second round of the Olympics. 1 lost in straight sets in the third round of a small tournament in North Carolina—to a player named Steve Darcis, ranked No. As such, Roddick’s ranking has taken a hit this year, dropping as low as 30 and settling on No. Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Michael Chang, and Jim Courier had picked up slam after slam, seemingly having their choice of majors from all four of the big tournaments for years. Open win, but then saw the rise of a new greatest generation in Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. But in this instance, it wasn’t necessarily a good thing for Andy.Thanks for all of your understanding and I’ll try to keep you updated.:)”February 20, 2004 – Contributed by atomickitten: The independent religious black comedy ‘Saved!One of the most accomplished players over the last decade instead chose to tell his farewell tale at a single tournament and leave it at that.“I think I wanted a chance to say goodbye,” Roddick told reporters Thursday of his decision.

“If I do run into some emotions tomorrow or in four days or however long, I don't want people to think I'm a little unstable, or more unstable.

The atmosphere is meant to be electric, as the battle could be Roddick’s final here—the final of his career.