Andy Roddick's model wife: I was very naive when I married him
"I don't know if we necessarily had that base partnership that is required when you get married. We were just infatuated with each other, and fortunately we've built upon that infatuation," Brooklyn added
American tennis star Andy Roddick's model wife Brooklyn has said that she was naive when she married her beau at just 22. "I was 22, he was 27. We were both earnest and I think naive, optimistic and us against the world. We were like, 'We want to get married and want children and who cares,' and we just did it," Decker, who married Roddick in 2009, said on a recent podcast.
"I don't know if we necessarily had that base partnership that is required when you get married. We were just infatuated with each other, and fortunately we've built upon that infatuation," she added.
Andy Roddick is a former world No. 1 professional tennis player. Andy Roddick became a Grand Slam singles champion and world No. 1 shortly after he won the title at the 2003 US Open, defeating French Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero in the final and overtaking him as the top ranked player in the process. Despite several more years as one of the world's best players, the 2003 US Open title would remain his only Grand Slam triumph. He is the most recent North American male player to win a Grand Slam singles event, reach the top ranking, and claim the year-end world No. 1 ranking in 2003.
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