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“Honey, Let’s Talk Camera Angles” – Andy Roddick’s Wife Trolls Him About His Camera Skills

Former American tennis star Andy Roddick was one of the most decorated players on the Tour in his day. He was a really stylish player on the pitch, but the same may not be true of his selfie skills. During his years as an elite athlete, Roddick bonded with model and actress Brooklyn Decker, who may want to teach him a few things.

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Decker does a hilarious dig at Andy Roddick

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Recently, Andy posted a clip on social media in which he gave an overview of the Caswell Tennis Center. The former world No. 1 fell in the past, this is the first place he bought a tennis racket.

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Ironically, the way he shot the clip was not appreciated by his wife. The skills displayed by the former tennis star could have been better according to Brooklyn.

The former US Open champion posted the clip with a caption that read, “Back to the first place I ever hit a tennis ball……Caswell Tennis Center.” To what, replied his wife, “Honey, let’s discuss camera angles when you get home.”

It ended with Roddick’s answer, “Fair. I make it a rule not to be offended by truths. Seems applicable. Comments fully accepted.”

Almost 10 years since his retirement

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Coming to tennis, Roddick retired from the sport in 2012, right after the US Open. Although he won only one Grand Slam title, he reached the final of a Major on several occasions.

WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND – JULY 05: Roger Federer of Switzerland and Andy Roddick of the United States pose for photographers after the men’s singles final match against day thirteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 5 2009 in London, England. Federer won 5-7, 7-6, 7-6, 3-6, 16-14. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

He also won 32 singles titles on the ATP Tour. Although he retired from the games some time ago, the former American star is closely associated with the sport. He shares his point of view on sports news. Nevertheless, we wish him all the best in life in all his future endeavours.

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