Bryan brothers could clinch tie
Originally Published: September 24, 2004By Malivai Washington | ESPN.com
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- It couldn't have been scripted better. As Davis Cup captain you want your No. 1 player to start off the day, and a guy like Andy Roddick allows you to set the tone for the whole weekend. The luck of the draw -- literally out of a hat -- worked in the United States' favor. Roddick did exactly what he needed to do Friday. He was heavily favored against Vladimir Voltchkov. Yet, Roddick never showed any sign of nerves and never allowed Voltchkov to think he could work his way back into the match.
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