Todd Woodbridge was one of the best doubles specialists of the nineties and is known for the partnerships he formed first with compatriot Mark Woodforde and later with Swede Jonas Bjorkman.
Partnering Woodforde, he won 61 doubles tournaments on the ATP Tour, including sixteen Grand Slams, all four of which Woodbridge won at least once, and two Olympic medals for Australia, gold in Atlanta in 1996 and silver in Sydney in 2000. At the Atlanta Olympics he also competed as a singles player, then exiting in the third round.
He was also a long-time member of Australia's Davis Cup team, still holding the record for appearances. Overall in his career he won 85 tournaments, including 2 in singles and 83 in doubles.
Married since 1995, he has two children: a daughter, Zara, and a son, Beau.