Andrew Stephen Roddick retired from international tennis in 2012. Now that he doesn’t play tennis at the grandest stage at all, it doesn’t mean that his value has gone down. Despite not playing the game, his value and net worth has continuously increased.
Andy is placed at the third rank among the all-time greatest American players. It doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the net worth of this great athlete in 2017 is estimated to be a staggering $30 million.
It was in the month of May 2017 that the net worth of Andy was estimated by Forbes at $30 million.
Andy Roddick’s Income
Although Andy earned a handsome amount of $20.8 million as prize money from various tournaments throughout his career, the major source of his income is the endorsements. He has always been a popular figure in the gaming circle and the country as a whole and because of this reason a lot of endorsements come his way.
He has contracts of confirmed publicity to advertise for sports and formal merchandises of brands like Lacoste. Also, he endorses the sports merchandises associated with the game of tennis for a company called Babolat.
Apart from all these endorsements, Andy has been up to many other things as well. On January 7, 2012, Andy started his career as a radio show host with a good friend of his, Bobby Bones. In fact, it was on this show that Andy expressed his intentions to retire.
At the 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Andy made his debut as a professional Golfer. In this tournament, he had teamed up with professional golfer, John Mallinger.
Then in 2013, Fox Sports 1 hired Andy as a co-host for the network’s flagship program Fox Sports Live. In 2015, Andy joined BBC as a commentator for the 2015 Wimbledon Championships.
So, there have been different sources of incomes for Andy Roddick at different times. If all of this is included, Andy is expected to earn around $8 million dollars every year.
Moreover, it is no secret that the former World No.1 and Grand Slam winner has a talent for acting as well. He has appeared in a couple of serials on television and also made a cameo appearance with Brooklyn Decker, his wife in the Adam Sandler comedy movie ‘Just Go with It’.
Source of Income
Professional tennis( in the past), endorsements, commentator, radio host etc.