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Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker a recognized title for happy duos. The duo who began dating in 2007 are now happily married and are even parents of two beautiful children and one of them is just a newborn.
The newborn baby
Yes, the smiling duo greeted their daughter sometime in November 2017. In July, it was declared that the duo was pregnant but the time of the child’s birth was nevermore recognized. Not until her Instagram post on January 3 where she uploaded a selfie with her children, which held her newborn baby and her lovely dogs whom she alleges to be a mother of. Their first child, Hank is presently two years old.
Baby Stevie has colicky and her brother Hank is holding flu
The fresh tweet from Brooklyn Decker assumes that both their kids are not healthy. Hank is fighting from flu while Stevie has colicky. From Brooklyn’s tweet, it is clear that both her children were crying and having a troubled time when Andy, her good-looking husband walked in with a bottle of tequila and a cup of ice. Brooklyn, for sure, is lucky to have such a supportive husband.
Sold the home for $2.35 Million
As successful are the duos, their home is also a fabulous one. The house which Andy and Brooklyn collectively created as their desire house placed in lakefront North Carolina in 2013. The wonderful home with four elegant bedrooms, a comfy living room, a ‘wow’ kitchen and ensuite bathrooms, was also the place where they hugged their son.
“I grew up in North Carolina and we absolutely love this area. We wanted to design a home to house bodies.”
Located in a wonderful area with a magnificent view and greenery all around, this property was put up in the market with the price of $2.99 million but the couple had to decrease their price by $75,000 to eventually sell it. So, this house which was made by Andy and Brooklyn is no more in their name.
Andy in the top 50 greatest players
Andy Roddick might not be the best among the tennis players but he isn’t that bad either. The former tennis player was ranked no. 25 in the top 50 greatest players of the Open Era. Roddick has earned 32 titles, 600-plus match wins, 13 weeks at No. 1 and nine straight seasons in the Top 10.