New Radio Host Andy Roddick Interviews Chris Paul [Audio]
by Tom Gainey | December 28th, 2011, 10:55 am

Andy Roddick was on the radio yesterday this time playing role of host. Roddick joined his friend and radio DJ Bobby Bones to fill in on the popular Petros and Money Show.

Roddick scored big securing a one-on-one interview with the NBA’s hot man of the moment, LA Clippers guard Chris Paul. The All-Star revealed he was watching last night’s big Heat win over the Celtics at a bar.

Roddick and Bones are back on the airwaves again tonight from 7pm-10pm ET with Aaron Rodgers and possibly Kobe Bryant calling in. You can find their show on iheartradio searching for KLAC or on XM 169, according to Bones.

If this tennis thing doesn’t work out for Roddick, it really sounds like he’s got a new career lined up and waiting for him! Like it or not, there’s no denying that Roddick has that “gift of gab”.

Here’s the audio.

Roddick is set to resume his other job of male tennis player in two weeks at the Kooyong exo.

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4 Comments for New Radio Host Andy Roddick Interviews Chris Paul [Audio]

Fred Says:

Roddick might be better at interviewing other people than he is at hitting a backhand down the line;or approaching the net well and hitting volleys or hitting a proper drop shot or playing well on ALL surface

I sure as hell won’t miss that rude punk!

Dandy Andy Says:

How awesome is Andy Roddick. Gotta love him. Hope he has an ivanisevic like run at wimbledon. If he doesn’t you know it is not for lack of trying.

Love you dandy andy.

Andre wright Says:

Andy Roddick is a great player and cool dude. Love him. He don’t take no crap and that’s how you suppose to do it.

brenda silberman Says:

I am pleased to see that andy is going to broadcast tennis in the future and hope that he will have time to still play the game.

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