Andy Roddick has announced he is retiring from tennis after the U.S. Open ... leaving him plenty of free time to bang his hot model wife Brooklyn Decker. Roddick -- who's only 30-years-old -- has… READ MORE >
Andrew Stephen "Andy" Roddick (born August 30, 1982) is an American professional tennis player and a former World No. 1. He is the top-ranked American player, and the only American inside the ATP Top 10. As of January 23, 2011 he is ranked World No. 8 by the ATP rankings. He became a Grand Slam singles champion when he won the title at the 2003 US Open, defeating Juan Carlos Ferrero in the finals. Roddick has reached four other Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon three times and the US Open once), losing to Roger Federer each time. Roddick is known for his extremely powerful serves and holds the fastest serve recorded in professional tennis, measured at 155 mph (249.5 km/h). Roddick is the last American male player to win a grand slam singles event (the 2003 US Open). He is married to Brooklyn Decker, a Sports Illustrated swim wear model and actress. Roddick was born in Omaha, Nebraska to Jerry and Blanche Roddick. Roddick's father was a businessman and his mother was a school teacher. She now directs the Andy Roddick Foundation. Roddick has two older brothers, Lawrence and John (All-American tennis player at University of Georgia (1996–98) and head tennis coach at the University of Oklahoma.