I can see duck doing radio. He'll probably be really good at it. The program airs on Saturday so I guess he doesn't expect to make it to the business end of tournaments anymore.
Or he's getting closets retirement.
Andy and Bobby Bones Join FOX Sports Radio
FOX Sports Radio is pleased to announce the addition of Bobby Bones and Andy Roddick to its formidable weekend lineup. Bones, host of the syndicated morning radio program The Bobby Bones Show, and Roddick, Grand-Slam tennis champion, will host a new Saturday afternoon program that will feature a mix of sports, pop culture and entertainment, in addition to interviews with top athletes and other celebrity guests. Originating from Austin, Texas, the program will begin on January 7, 2012 and will air from 1 – 4 p.m. ET/10 a.m. – 1 p.m. PT across the network in top markets including Los Angeles, Houston, Miami and Phoenix.
Bones, whose morning show is rated number one in Austin, Texas and is nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, and Roddick, who has won 30 career singles titles including the 2003 U.S. Open, are no strangers to working together. The long-time friends served as guest hosts on FOX Sports Radio this past summer, and Roddick has made numerous appearances on Bones’ morning show.
“I can’t wait to get paid to talk about sports, especially since Andy and I have been doing it for free for years,” Bones stated. “We’re pretty excited to get to use real microphones, and be heard by a real audience, on FOX Sports Radio!”
Roddick echoes his friend’s sentiment, “I couldn’t be more excited to join the FOX Sports Radio lineup. Hosting a radio program is something I’ve always wanted to do, and to have this opportunity with my close friend Bobby is truly amazing. We can’t wait to get started!”
“We are proud to bring the amazing talents of Bobby Bones and Andy Roddick into the FOX Sports Radio family,” stated Don Martin, Vice President/General Manager, FOX Sports Radio Network. “This unique duo will blow the minds of the sports talk radio audience.”