Found February 21, 2012 on Onthegotennis:
PLAYERS: Andy Roddick
Did Brooklyn Decker let the tennis ball out of the can and reveal her hubby, Andy Roddick's, retirement plan?  While a guest on The Dan Patrick Show, Brooklyn said this about her husband's impending "career change" (via the New York Times): “Him and his friend Bobby Bones, his co-host — I think you actually met Bobby — they recently signed a deal,” Decker said. “They have a weekly show they started in January, so it’s about a month old. But they hope to eventually make it a daily show, but of course that will probably be two years down the line once Andy is, um, completely finished.” “So two years from now he’s retiring?” Patrick inquired. “Well, we don’t know,” Decker said, seeming to backpedal. “But you never know, you never know what could happen in the world of tennis, with injuries and all that kind of stuff. But his time line is, hopefully, full-time radio in about two years or so.” I actually got a chance to listen to Andy's show a fe

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Malisse ousts Roddick in Memphis

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Roddick sent home after first round in Memphis

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Roddick out in first round in Memphis

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Roddick, Isner Motivated For Memphis

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Azarenka Continues to Make Noise; Roddick Drops to Lowest Ranking in 10 Years — The Friday Five

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Roddick upset in opening round match at Memphis championship

Defending champion Andy Roddick was upset by Xavier Malisse, 7-6 (8), 7-5, in an opening-round match Wednesday night in the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships.
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