Andy Roddick

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  • Professional Tennis Champion
  • Winner of the U.S. Open and #1 Player in the World
  • Co-Host, 'Fox Sports Live'
  • Philanthropist and Founder, Andy Roddick Foundation



Tennis champion, television co-host and personality, and philanthropist Andy Roddick is a fan-favorite sports contributor for the Tennis Channel and formerly Fox Sports. Following a famed tennis career in which he reached #1 in the world and ranked as a top ten player in the world for a decade, won the ESPY Award for “Best Male Tennis Player,” and countless trophies, Roddick was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2017. Early in his career, Roddick established the Andy Roddick Foundation, which seeks to improve the life and enhance the educational and economic opportunities for all children based on the principles of respect for family, education, and morality, and has raised over $10M since its founding. For his charitable efforts, Roddick received the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award, and the Arthur Ashe Prestigious Leadership Award for Urban Health, as well as the Heineken Star Award for achieving success both athletically and philanthropically.

Since his retirement, Roddick has been featured as a contributor for Tennis Channel, a co-host for a nationally syndicated sports and pop culture radio show for Fox Sports Radio, a co-host for Fox Sports Live, and a commentator and pundit for the BBC’s coverage of Wimbledon. Roddick is the Founder and CEO of his own real estate company as well as other companies, and is an avid investor across various industries. With his iconic candor and wit, Roddick engages audiences with anecdotes from his illustrious athletic career and insights about finding success on and off the court.

 

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A Conversation with Andy Roddick

In this memorable moderated conversation, famed tennis champion, philanthropist, investor, and television co-host and personality Andy Roddick candidly shares anecdotes from his illustrious athletic career. With his iconic candor and wit, Roddick engages audiences as he inspires them with his insigh ...

In this memorable moderated conversation, famed tennis champion, philanthropist, investor, and television co-host and personality Andy Roddick candidly shares anecdotes from his illustrious athletic career. With his iconic candor and wit, Roddick engages audiences as he inspires them with his insights on finding success on and off the court.

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Andy’s tennis career began to blossom when he won the Junior US Open and Australian Open singles titles in 2000. His Junior career highlights included six world singles titles and seven world doubles titles. Andy finished as the #1 ranked Junior in the U.S. in 1999-2000, and #1 Junior in the world in 2000. Andy turned pro in 2000.

Early in his career, Andy established the Andrew S. Roddick Foundation. The goal of the Foundation is to improve the quality of life and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all children based on the principles of respect for family, education and morality. Since its inception, the Foundation has raised over $10 million. Andy received The Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award in 2005 for his charitable efforts and contributions, and the Arthur Ashe Prestigious Leadership Award for Urban Health in 2007. In 2009, Andy also received the Heineken Star Award for achieving success both athletically and philanthropically.

In 2003, he captured the US Open title and the #1 ranking in the world. In 2003, Andy was honored as the ATP Player of the Year. He finished the year ranked #1, making him the youngest American to ever reach that feat. In 2004, Andy won the ESPY for “Best Male Tennis Player.” From 2000 through 2010, Andy continually ranked as a top 10 player in the world. He has reached the finals of Wimbledon three times. He has played in 42 Davis Cup matches and led the team to victory in 2007. Andy still holds the record for the fastest serve ever – 155 MPHs.

In 2009, Andy married model and actress Brooklyn Decker.

Andy has been featured in non-sports publications ranging from Rolling Stone to Vogue. Some of the most interesting profiles have included an item written by Sir Elton John for Interview Magazine, and being selected as the Sexiest Athlete in 2003 by People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” issue. Proving his versatility, Andy has hosted Saturday Night Live and made a cameo in Adam Sandler’s movie, Just Go With It.

Roddick has headlined national advertising campaigns for Lacoste, Babolat, Rolex, American Express and Lexus, as well as participating in promotional spots for ESPN Sportscenter.