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Roddick, Clijsters headline HOF class

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NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) Looking around the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Andy Roddick thought about all the things he is not.

Not as good as the historic greats, especially Americans who preceded him into the Newport shrine like John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi. Not as good as the modern Big Four - Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray - who stood in the way of him winning more than one Grand Slam.

"I'm not the best of all time. I'm not going to win Wimbledon. I'm not the best of my generation. I'm not the most well-behaved. I'm not the most polished," Roddick said in a speech that was sometimes funny and sometimes poignant.

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2017 ATP Rankings
Rank Player Points
1 A. Murray 7,750
2 R. Nadal 7,465
3 R. Federer 6,545
4 N. Djokovic 6,325
5 S. Wawrinka 6,140
6 M. Cilic 5,075
7 D. Thiem 4,030
8 K. Nishikori 3,740
9 M. Raonic 3,310
10 G. Dimitrov 3,160
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2017 WTA Rankings
Rank Player Points
1 K. Pliskova 6,855
2 S. Halep 6,670
3 A. Kerber 5,975
4 J. Konta 5,110
5 G. Muguruza 4,990
6 E. Svitolina 4,935
7 C. Wozniacki 4,780
8 S. Kuznetsova 4,500
9 V. Williams 4,461
10 A. Radwanska 3,985
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