Just got word that Andy Roddick has withdrawn from the Indianapolis Tennis Championships, which begin tomorrow. According Roddick's coach Larry Stefanki, the Wimbledon runner-up and two-time Indianapolis Tennis Championship is suffering from a right hip flexor injury that also kept him out of the US Davis Cup match againstCroatia. "We are obviously very disappointed that Andy will not be able to return to Indianapolis, but we support his decision 100 percent to put his health first. We know that some fans have planned their vacations and a night out with friends around Andy's Tuesday night play and potential to earn his third title on finals weekend, so we can only imagine how disappointed they are also," said Indianapolis Tennis Championships Tournament Director Kevin Martin. "On a positive note, however, fans will still be able to see great tennis at the tournament this year and enjoy numerous fan friendly events throughout the week. In addition we are working to secure one additional player into the main draw. Robby Ginepri's acceptance into our main draw freed up his wildcard. The # 17 player in the world and the second highest ranked American James Blake is our leading candidate. "This is one of those instances where our tournament must support the decision by Andy and his medical team to do what's best for Andy and American tennis versus what's best for Indianapolis. We will look forward to seeing Andy back on the hardcourts very soon and performing at the high level we saw him during Wimbeldon. We wish him a speedy recovery for this hip injury, and of course we hope to see him headlining for us at next year's Indianapolis Tennis Championships."