Biographical information from ATP. Unless noted otherwise all data as of year-end 2013.
- Full name is Andrew Stephen Roddick
- Nicknamed "A-Rod"
- Hosted the comedy program Saturday Night Live on November 8, 2003, becoming second tennis player (Chris Evert) and only 12th athlete (at the time) in three decades to do so
Father, Jerry, is an investor, and mother, Blanche, is director of the Andy Roddick Foundation, which has raised over $9 million for nearly 10 charities since 2001
- His foundation is supported by Elton John, Lionel Richie, Cindy Crawford and Donna Summer among other celebrities
- The new Andy Roddick Youth tennis program in San Antonio, Texas assists 150 disadvantaged children participating plus providing four elementary scholarships to private schools in addition to three university scholarships
- Won 2004 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award
Brother John was All-American tennis player at University of Georgia (1996-98), and now operates a tennis academy in San Antonio
- Oldest brother Lawrence, a chiropractor in San Antonio, was an accomplished spring board diver and a member of U.S. Senior National Team
- A University of Nebraska football fan
- Moved to Austin, Texas at age 4 1/2, then moved to Boca Raton at age 10
- Returned to Austin in November 2003
- Played varsity basketball in high school alongside Davis Cup teammate Mardy Fish, who trained and lived with Roddick in 1999
- Hobbies include listening to music (favorites include Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer) and watching movies (favorite is Shawshank Redemption)
Selected in People Magazine's 2006 "Sexiest Man Alive" issue
- In May 2006, named on President George W. Bush’s President’s Council of Sports and Fitness
- Featured on cover of "Men's Fitness" in summer of 2007
- Married swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker (Apr. 17, 2009) in Austin, TX
- Travels with former ATP trainer Doug Spreen
- Coached by Larry Stefanki (since December 2008).
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