Andy Roddick is stepping his game up for this Olympic summer.

A month after earning his 600th career win, the now 32-time ATP Tour title winner beat Gilles Muller of Luxembourg Sunday night at the Atlanta Open. After dropping the first set, Roddick came roaring back to take the next two sets to earn the win. Playing under extreme weather conditions all weekend (rain during his Saturday match against John Isner, and a 98-degree heat index on Sunday) made winning that much tougher for Roddick. Fortunately for him, his flashy kicks held against the elements.

Since their release earlier this spring, A-Rod has been sporting the limited edition Babolat Propulse 3 Stars & Stripes kicks, his signature shoe with a patriotic twist. The glossy tennis sneakers are the epitome of top-notch comfort and performance. From a shock-absorbing midsole to an Ortholite comfort foam insole, the Propulse 3s are packed with the latest footwear technology in order to deliver the best in comfort and performance. Designed to outlast even the toughest of conditions, the kicks have a Michelin OCS-infused outsole that will have you ready to run down any ball.

Check back with us as we track Andy Roddick and the rest of Team USA on their journey to the London Olympics.

Watch the limited edition Propulse 3s in action above. Available now at Tennis Warehouse.