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When it comes to adorable throwback photos, this one is definitely a grand slam.
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Originally posted 09/22/2012 02:05PM
She's made a career for herself in modeling and movies, and now, Brooklyn Decker is ready to tackle a new challenge: the stage.
Just don't ask her to sing or dance.
"I am no triple threat," Decker, 25, told PEOPLE at the 7th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Charity Gala at the W Hotel in Austin on Friday night. "Not even a little bit. Not even a tiny smidge. At all."
Decker joined newly retired husband Andy Roddick, 30, as well as John Legend, who performed at the event – and smiling newlyweds Matthew McConaughey and Camila, who is expecting the couple's third child – at the event to raise money for the Andy Roddick Foundation.
Originally posted 08/31/2012 03:00PM
Andy Roddick surprised tennis fans when he announced that this year's U.S. Open would be his last and that he plans to retire from the sport professionally.
Though the news saddened some, it left others happy: namely, his bulldog Billie Jean.
"I know one person who's really excited about Andy Roddick's announcement," Roddick's wife, Brooklyn Decker, Tweeted on Friday, posting a smiling photo of their family pet.
Originally posted 08/30/2012 07:15PM
Andy Roddick is ready to put down his racket – for good.
On Thursday, the athlete announced his plans to retire from professional tennis after the current U.S. Open in New York.
"I have decided that this is going to be my last tournament," Roddick, who is married to model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker, told reporters during a press conference USA Today reports. "I don't know if I'm healthy enough or committed enough to continue another year."
Roddick, who turned 30 on Thursday, will play 19-year-old Australian Bernard Tomic at the U.S. Open at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, which could be his last match ever, depending on how he does.
Originally posted 08/30/2012 09:00AM
Off the red carpet and into the wild!
Brooklyn Decker recently embarked on a week-long journey to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska on a Sierra Club Outing.
While the actress visited the Arctic Refuge – which is America's largest and wildest refuge, roughly the size of South Carolina – she experienced wilderness at its core.
Originally posted 04/27/2012 01:30PM
Brooklyn Decker and her husband, tennis pro Andy Roddick, have plans to start a family down the road – and it will include their own biological kids as well as adopted children, according to the model.
"I want to adopt a child or a baby with an intellectual disability one day," Decker, 25, tells Canadian magazine Flare. "I mean, that's in the distant future, but that’s always been a goal of mine."
Despite saying their plans are in the "distant future," Decker's made no secret of her desire to have children with Roddick, whom she wed in 2009. In 2010, she said she couldn't wait to be "barefoot and pregnant".
Originally posted 04/12/2012 12:40PM
Brooklyn Decker may be happily married to Andy Roddick but, according to the model, it's probably best for the two to keep their professional lives separate.
"He tried to give me a lesson once, and I ended up hitting all the tennis balls over the fence and smashing my racket because I was so frustrated," Decker, 24, tells Women's Health in its May issue.
"I told him, 'You don't teach me how to play tennis and I won't teach you how to model in a bathing suit.' "
"And," she continues, "so far it's worked."
Originally posted 02/06/2012 05:45AM
Sports worlds collided at the GQ and Lacoste Super Bowl party at the Stutz in Indianapolis on Saturday as football great Troy Aikman chewed the fat with sportscaster and Dancing With the Stars alum Erin Andrews, as well as Andy Roddick, who joined the pair for a few moments. Meanwhile, as the Roots' Questlove spun Motown classics, stars like Roddick's wife Brooklyn Decker, Adam Levine, Stephen Baldwin and a solo David Arquette mingled. – Kevin O'Donnell
Originally posted 08/30/2011 04:05PM
Serena and Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova, Andy Roddick, and Novak Djokovic all have something in common, and it isn't just tennis – they all love their dogs! The first-round matches at this year's U.S. Open are underway, and these pro athletes have the support of their beloved pups, some of whom are getting to be just as famous as their owners.
The youngest Williams sister has two dogs, a Jack Russell terrier named Jackie and a Maltese named Lorelei. Serena has had Jackie since she was in high school and named her after Mariah Carey's Jack Russell Jack.
"I take my Jack Russell everywhere," Williams told PEOPLE. "I am so busy with tennis and my business interests, but I wanted to be at the game to support the team, and Jackie likes to be part of everything I do."
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