Andy and his girlfriend, Brooklyn Decker, were engaged on March 25, 2008. The pair had been dating since 2007.
Andy released a cologne with Parlux Fragrances, Inc. in early 2006.
Andy resides in Austin, Texas.
Andy is right-handed.
In 2003, at the age of 21, Andy became the youngest American tennis player to be ranked the #1 tennis player in the world.
When Andy was 17, he considered quitting competitive tennis because he had a string of losing streaks in juniors.
In 2005, Andy appeared in print ads for Reebok shoes and athletic wear.
Andy attended Boca Raton Preparatory School in Boca Raton, Florida and graduated in 2000.
Andy has 2 brothers, one named John, who is a tennis coach and the other named Lawrence, who is a chiropractor.
Andy is the son of Jerry and Blanche Roddick.
Andy hit 102 aces at the 2006 U.S. Open, the most in the men's draw.
At the 2006 Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati, Ohio, Andy won his first title of the season.
At the 2006 Countrywide Classic, Andy was the first seed, but withdrew in the Quarter-Finals due to lower back strain.
At the 2006 RCA Championships, Andy was seeded second, but ultimately lost to James Blake in the tournament final.
At the 2006 Championships at Wimbledon, Andy was the third seed.
At the Stella Artois Championships in London, Andy was the 3rd seed and ultimately lost to James Blake in the Semifinals.
In his first round match against Alberto Martin at the 2006 French Open, Andy retired during the third set, due to aggravating an ankle injury.
At the 2006 French Open, Andy was seeded 5th.
At the Italia Masters (May 8 through 14), Andy was seeded fifth, where he ultimately lost in the Quarterfinals to Gael Monfils.
Andy was eliminated in the Quarter-Finals of the U.S. Clay Court Championships by German player Tommy Haas.
At the April 10-16 2006 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships in Houston, Andy was the first seed.
At the 2006 Nasdaq-100 Open, Andy and doubles partner Robby Ginepri were eliminated in the second round.
At the 2006 Nasdaq-100 Open, Andy was seeded 4th, before being eliminated in the quarterfinals by David Ferrer.
At the 2006 Pacific Life Open, Andy was eliminated in the fourth round by Russian player Igor Andreev 6-4, 6-7, 6-1.
To date, Andy has 21 career singles titles and 3 career doubles titles.
While in high school, Andy played basketball with fellow pro tennis player Mardy Fish.
At the Pacific Life Open (March 10-19, 2006), Andy was the third seed.
At the SAP Open tournament, Andy lost to Andrew Murray in the Semi-Finals.
Andy played on the American team at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
At the beginning of the 2006 season, Andy fired his coach Dean Goldfine and began working with his older brother John Roddick. However, on June 24, 2006, Andy announced Jimmy Conners began helping him with his game.
Andy's favorite tour stops are Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.
At the 2000 U.S Open, Andy won the Junior Boy's title.
By the end of the 2005 ATP Tennis season, Andy's won/loss record was 37-11.
At the 2006 Australian Open, Andy was eliminated in the fourth round.
Andy's sponsors are Lexus, Lacoste, and Babolat.
The Andy Roddick Foundation was founded in 2001 and is a non-profit organization. It is the goal of Andy Roddick Foundation 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.
2006 Grand Slams:
Seed - #2
Lost in 4th Round to Marcos Baghdatis 6-4 1-6 6-3 6-4
Seed - #5
Retired in the 1st Round against Alberto Martin 4-6, 5-7, 0-1 ret
Seed - #3
Lost in the 3rd Round to Andy Murray 6-7 (4-7), 4-6, 4-6
Seed - #9
Lost in the finals to Roger Federer 2-6, 6-4, 5-7, 1-6
At the 2005 Australian Open, Andy made it to the semi-finals, where he lost to Lleyton Hewitt.
In 2004, Andy won an ESPY for Best Male Tennis Player, an award he was nominated for again in 2005.
Andy became a professional tennis player in 2000.
At the 2005 U.S. Open, Andy was eliminated in the first round.
At the 2005 Championships at Wimbledon, Andy was the runner-up to Roger Federer.
Andy was on the cover of the November/December 2005 issue of Tennis Magazine.
Andy does commercials and magazine ads for American Express.
Andy played varsity basketball in high school.
Andy sometimes indulges in Caramel Macchiatos from Starbucks.
Andy hosted Saturday Night Live on November 8, 2003. He was the second tennis star to host the show; Chris Evert hosted it prior to Andy.
Andy lists his favorite movie as The Shawshank Redemption.
Andy enjoys the music of the Dave Matthews Band as well as John Mayer.
Andy is a fan of the University of Nebraska football team.
Andy received The Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award in 2005 for his charitable contributions.
Andy's first official sponsor was Yamaha.
Andy is a bit of a dare-devil, and enjoys sky-diving.
Andy spends a lot of his off time at Lake Austin where he enjoys water skiing.
Andy has been linked to tennis star Maria Sharapova, but he swears they are just friends.
At the end of 2005, Andy was seeded as the number three tennis player in the world behind Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal. He is currently ranked tenth.
Andy used to date pop star/actress Mandy Moore, but he reportedly broke it off with her because she was getting more media attention than he was!
Andy won the 2003 U.S. Open.
Andy was named People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive: "Sexiest Athlete" in 2001 and 2003.
Andy has a serve clocked at 155 mph.
Andy picked up his first racket at age four, and he became pro at age 18.
Andy is 6' 2" tall.
Andy's nicknames are "Little Roddick" and "A-Rod."
Andy: It is a statistic I don't like. Especially considering I have been on the team for my seventh year now. (Regarding how long it has been since the U.S. won the Davis Cup Championship)
Andy: My new address isn't listed, so my parents get a lot of my mail. My mom will open some of it and read it and say: 'Not with my son, you won't'.
Andy: I've found a Lacoste polo and jeans can fit almost any situation.
Andy: When I'm not on the computer, I'm reading, and when I'm not reading I'm on the computer.
Andy: I love taking pictures but I hate lugging a camera around.
Andy: I put the same amount of effort into any tournament I play and just try to focus on winning one match at a time, a win is a win.
Andy: You don't get to No. 1 in the world by accident.
Andy: I'm kind of like in this alternate state on court. I get so pumped up. I'm yelling at myself and cussing at myself, or I'm euphoric and jumping into the stands. If I see a replay of me, I'm like, 'What was I doing?'
Andy: I don't think that I am God's gift to the world just because I can hit a little yellow fuzzy thing across a net a couple of times. I don't buy into that whole thing. That's not me.
Andy: (When talking about his favorite food) Call me All-American, but I love Ham and Cheese sandwiches. And not just any old ham and cheese sandwich... My mother's are the best. I've tried many times to make these sandwiches on my own, but it's never the same.
Andy: When you come off something really disappointing, you want to come back and kind of regroup and get involved in something positive right away.
Andy: I don't really remember a loss where I've felt this bad afterwards... I love playing here. I probably had the best practice week I've ever had in lead-up. It just didn't translate tonight. I'm in a little bit of shock right now, to be honest. I'd give anything to go back four hours right now.
Andy: (Regarding his new coach Jimmy Connors) He was definitely a big influence on me, a breath of fresh air. The first six months of the year probably wasn't that much fun for me.
Andy: I look at it as an opportunity every time. You know, the more opportunities I get, the more I learn and the better chance I have. (About having to play Roger Federer in the Season ending Championships)
Andy: (About the first set in his semi-final victory over Mikhail Youzhny in the 2006 U.S. Open) I tried to step into my shots a little. I took a page out of a guy named Andre Agassi's book and stepped inside the baseline.
Andy: (About his fourth round loss at the Pacific Life Open - March 15, 2006) I'm not going to sit here and put on my fun face. I'm not happy. I'm mad with the way I played. It's just frustration. We've all been there, except I have people watching when I break something.