In an interview to PaperCity Andy Roddick opened up on how his life has been since he retired from the professional tour in the 2012 US Open. The American former player said: “We’ve been splitting time between Austin and North Carolina.
My hometown is Austin, where I’ve lived for over 25 years, and my wife’s from North Carolina. My day to day is dictated by a 4-year-old and 2-year-old. We have the Andy Roddick Foundation in Austin where we’re doing summer programs.
I’m also involved in the commercial real estate business." Roddick also commented on the state of the American tennis: “This is a nice moment in my tennis life. I get a lot more interaction with fans and it’s less stressful.
It’s an important piece for American tennis. Especially at the men’s side." On Cori Gauff, Roddick concluded: "I’ve never met Coco. There’s such hype and it’s warranted. I love the way she carries herself.
The way she’s able to navigate and answer questions. It makes me think of the stupid things I said when I was 15."