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    Andy Roddick Andrew Stephen Roddick (born 30 August 1982) is an American former world No. 1 tennis player. He is a major champion, having won the 2003 US Open. Roddick reached four other major finals ( Wimbledon in 2004, 2005, and 2009, and the US Open in 2006 ), losing to rival Roger Federer each time.

  2. Aug 23, 2019 · Roddick, now 36, retired after the 2012 US Open. He has put the sport behind him for the most part. In 2017, his wife, model and actress Brooklyn Decker, revealed Roddick had gotten rid of most...

  3. Feb 22, 2008 · Andy Roddick Foundation @theARFoundation · Jan 27 Our afterschool program is extra prepared thanks to the help of 20 ARF Summer Learning Program alums who worked hard during a day of volunteering to get exciting projects ready for the current ARF after-school program participants. #andyroddickfoundation #austinnonprofit #ATX andyroddick Retweeted

  4. Andy Roddick won five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles in his career, including the 2003 and 2006 Western & Southern Open titles in Cincinnati. Ben Solomon Andy Roddick is inducted into the International Hall of Fame in Newport on Saturday.

  5. Sep 8, 2022 · Andy Roddick is an American former Tennis player who is famous for being one of the best Tennis players of his generation, along with Rodger Federer and Raphael Nadal. With his popularity, Andy has gathered around 1.54m followers on his Twitter account. In 2003, he became World No.1 after winning the US Title Open by defeating Juan Carlos Ferrero.

  6. Feb 2, 2023 · Roddick won 32 tour-level titles in his career, including a major at the 2003 US Open. But he said of Nick Kyrgios on the Netflix series that, “I wish I would have had his talent.” When a fan who watched the show tweeted that Roddick “had way more talent”, the former World No. 1 expanded his thoughts.

  7. Jan 5, 2021 · Andy Roddick was must-see TV during his prime Andy Roddick had a huge serve during his prime. In fact, the American once blasted a 155 MPH serve during a match at the Davis Cup in 2004. During his career, Roddick won 32 ATP singles titles. He had an overall record of 612-213 and is recognized as one of the top American tennis players of all time.

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