This past summer, Andy Roddick and wife Brooklyn Decker took an abbreviated IQ test while on a morning radio show in Austin. The Sports Illustrated cover girl scored an impressive 136, three points more than her tennis-playing husband. (Both scores are pretty impressive.)
Good looks and smarts? That, ladies and gentlemen, is the complete package.
We bring this up now because Roddick was asked about the infamous IQ test while in Switzerland this week for the Basel Open.
From the ATP website:
"I was just behind my wife, unfortunately," said Roddick when asked about the result following his first round match Wednesday at the Swiss Indoors Basel.
The World No. 9 was quick to point out a factor he believed affected the outcome, asserting, "She had a , but she was using paper for the first half of it!"
Roddick taking issue with a call? I don't believe it.
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