"I’m baffled, I’m baffled. Why are we out here?"
Andy Roddick is none-too-pleased with having to take the court on a wet day in Queens, New York.
Roddick, in his interview later, clarified:
I was surprised the second time we got called out. We walked back there and it was wet, so I couldn’t quite figure out why we were called out. I even said it’s coming from under. It’s not something you can dab a towel on and make it go away. I watched the monitors, and they were dabbing towels on it the entire time. Then they called us back out, and we walked right over it and it was wet. I could not believe what I was looking at. I mean, puts us in a little bit of an uncomfortable position, too, because obviously, you know, we want to play and stuff. But it’s still there, dude.
What he really meant:
“We should be chiming ‘Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head’ instead.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“I love wet balls.”