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Lu Yen-Hsun, representing Chinese Taipei, has ousted returning runner-up Andy Roddick in the fourth round of the Wimbledon Championships. The unexpected upset result capped an intense five-set thriller.
Roddick took the opening set of Monday's match against the World Number 82 in just 39 minutes. But the upstart from Taiwan maintained his focus to win a pair of 7-3, 7-4 tiebreakers.
The American then pushed the contest to a decider, but Lu prevailed when he fired a sharp forehand winner after four hours and 36 minutes of play.
Lu Yen-Hsun, Wimbledon contender said, "In that moment, I just sat down and told myself I've done it. I did it for my father, I did it for myself, and I did it for all the people who have supported me."
|Lu Yen-Hsun, representing Chinese Taipei, has ousted returning|
runner-up Andy Roddick in the fourth round of the Wimbledon
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