Andy Roddick is the former no 1 tennis player in the world with a net worth of $30 Million, he is now on the retired list of celebrity players but he does not come close to being out of shape like most other players. He has achieved several awards and spikes in his career like attaining the title of Grand Slam singles champion in the 2003 US Open.
How Rich is Andy Roddick ?
Total Net Worth :- $30 million (in 2016 as per Forbes)
Date Of Birth : August 30, 1982
Andy Roddick Height :6.2 feet or 1.88 m
Weight : 89 Kg or 195 lb
Spouse : Brooklyn Decker
Andy has travelled to many places in his life and states it as the cause for his competitive nature. His parents were supporting and coming from a business background pushed a young Andy into the sport which he loves today.
Andy was on the verge of quitting the sport because of a losing streak he faced at the end of his time in college, his coach persuaded him to continue his pursuit with some undivided attention to the sport and within a few months he was back. This was one of the biggest hurdles that Andy faced and it only solidified his career making hit some major milestones like the pointers given below.
Andy Roddick’s Salary and achievements
Roddick has an incredible title reign at the no 1 spot and won nearly 36 titles through his career. Winning over 75 percent of his matches is how he attained the title of best player in the world, through this he even pulled in endorsements of big brands like Lacoste and more.
Andy Roddick’s Home: Roddick has a couple of homes around the USA but he recently sold his home in Texas worth $3.1 million. The home is rather lavish built with a continental design and a walk in closet, it also has four bedrooms with four bathrooms attached and a pool outside to beat the heat of Austin Texas.
5 things you probably didn’t know about Andy Roddick
- His retirement from professional tennis was so that he could concentrate on his foundation which was just about having bad days.
- Roddick is married to his the girl he was dating for nearly five years, he says his marriage to Brooklyn decker was the best thing to have happened to him.
- Andy’s final game as a professional was in 2012 against Juan Martin Del Potro, a game he lost to his disbelief and he left the stadium in tears and so did his wife.
- Andy was an all rounded athlete starting to play varsity football back in college with fellow tennis star Mardy Fish.
- Andy says his biggest loss was against Roger Federer, he has lost to the legend nearly 5 times in major events and did not score a single win before his retirement.