Andy Roddick Beat Me with a Frying Pan has ratings and 19 reviews. Holly said: stars. Fun read. Todd Gallagher suffers from the all too common wr. Directed by Todd J. Gallagher. With Andy Roddick, Todd J. Gallagher. ‘Andy Roddick Beat me With a Frying Pan’. Courtesy Three Rivers Press. As strange as it may sound to anyone with a sense of decency, there.

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Jan 03, Alpha rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aug 10, Lexi rated it really liked it Shelves: But some debates can never be settled no matter how much you run up your bar tab arguing with your friends. Steve rated it liked it Jan 28, Andy Roddick is a year-old professional tennis player with 23 ATP titles to his credit, including the U.

If not for his footwork, speed and anticipation, he would have been shanking backhands into the stands all day.

Could You Beat Roddick — If He Used A Frying Pan?

Paperbackpages. He also has his friend race an Olympic sprinter with the aid of one of those walkways in the airport. Open Preview See a Problem? The main one was his inability to put spin on the ball.

One Super Bowl win and say goodbye Washington Redskins. Mar 26, Megan rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Lists with This Book. He was able to center the ball on the pan immediately and consistently put his shots deep in the court. This is a pretty fun read book that examines some fun sports “What if” questions that you would normally be heard at a bar. I was closing in on finishing Andy off when the unthinkable happened.

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It was smart, funny and interesting–especially if you are a sports fan. Todd Gallagher suffers from the all too common writer’s problem where he thinks he’s way funnier than he actually is.

While Roddick was the world’s No. On the appointed day I arrived in Boca Raton, Fla.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. On match point, Roddick slapped a forehand wide and the guy with the racket won. But ultimately, while Roddick consistently put the ball in the court, he wasn’t able to hit shots with enough speed or accuracy to control points, which in this matchup would be a particular problem.

Aug 10, Joseph Pinchback rated it it was ok. Although Ichiro might disagree, top tennis players, more than other athletes, have this kind of hand-eye coordination. If you are an author and it occurs to you that no one likes you, keep yourself the hell out of your writing.

Laugh out loud read – people stare at roddjck on the train!!

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Apr 24, Melissa marked it as to-read. I kept running around it but you can’t do that forever. I guess what keeps this from being the better book it could have been is the inconsistency. Andy Roddick beat me with a frying pan.

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After too many hours of thought, finally I gave up and said, “F it, make him play with a frying pan. The deep flaw in this book is that the author lets too much of his personality shine through into his writing.

Would a team of midgets be unstoppable in the MLB? Andy has hit the fastest serve ever recorded, at mph. He became the youngest director of player personnel in pro basketball history when he was appointed to that position in the USBL at the age of twenty-one.

The best tennis player in America did an impressive job keeping rallies going, but I didn’t bail him fgying by making errors.

I pray to God the first one goes in, because if it doesn’t, I could easily double fault. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

It was only one point, but I roddlck what my dad would say when he started giving me a hard time: You can’t put a spin on the ball — and because you can only use one side of the pan, no backhands. Gallagher isn’t half as funny as he thinks he is, but the overall plan of the book is nothing short of brilliant.