And he said, ‘This is it.’ That’s exactly what he said. This is it.’” Roddick’s wife, the former supermodel Brooklyn Decker, explains further about the day he decided to leave the game of tennis. BROOKLYN DECKER: “Andy will tell you that he quote-unquote stalked me.
I just thought it was incredibly creepy that I got a random call saying, ‘Hey, this guy wants your number.’ I mean, it’s — it’s a little weird. Like, if we can meet, he can come up to me and ask for my number.
Roddick revealed, "It's something that's been done a million times before... My days are not a priority any more," he explained.
Simply, thank you for being you.” In response, Brooklyn's company Finery posted an image of its creative director and co-founder showing off her baby bump.
The festive post read, "From @brooklyndecker to our team here this morn: 'HEY GUYS....
Retirement has changed not only Roddick’s life, but also the face of American tennis.
Meanwhile, the outspoken Roddick has found a niche in broadcasting, recently signing on to co-host “Fox Sports Live” on the newly established Fox Sports 1 network.