Andy Roddick beat Gilles Muller of Luxembourg 1-6, 7-6 (2), 6-2 to win the Atlanta Open and earn his 32nd ATP World Tour title on Sunday.
Roddick, 29, ranks third among active players in career titles behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
''I've won 32 times and in every one of them I've never assumed I was going to win again,'' he said. ''I just kind of go about the process of playing, work hard and hope I can put myself in position enough times where you kind of create some success for yourself.''
After taking the Eastbourne title before Wimbledon, Roddick has won two of his past three events and 11 of 12 matches. He will play for the U.S. team when the Olympics begin next week at Wimbledon.
A sore right shoulder caused Roddick to struggle with Muller's serve in the first set. Before the changeover, he called a medical timeout to see a trainer. He said the shoulder felt pinched, and there was a dull pain.
Roddick was concerned. A right shoulder injury last year had forced hi...