Betway, a leading sports betting and online casino brand, has added Andy Roddick, a retired professional tennis player and winner of the US Open, to its star-studded list of global ambassadors. Andy Roddick, who dominated tennis courts in the 2000s, will be the public face of Betway's tennis betting besides providing his expert opinion and analysis of recent matches.
Following the agreement, Roddick will compose an article piece for every one of the most prominent tennis competitions. This includes the US Open, the last Grand Slams this year. The insightful articles will be available on the Betway Insider editorial page.
Commenting on his new assignment, Andy Roddick said:
“I'm delighted to be joining one of the world's biggest betting brands and look forward to helping the tennis community with valuable insights as we approach some of the biggest global tournaments, particularly with the US Open on the horizon.”
Born in Texas, United States in August 1982, Andy Roddick enjoyed a highly successful tennis career, winning several tennis competitions, including the US Open, French Open, Australian Open, and Wimbledon. He, however, retired in 2012 before being admitted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2017.
Following his retirement in 2012, Roddick has regularly featured as a commentator for sports networks like:
Roddick is now the latest brand ambassador in Betway's long list of notable stars. The regulated sports betting site currently has a deal with Robbie Keane, a former Premier League and LA Galaxy striker. Betway also has an agreement with ex-England cricketer Kevin Pietersen. These agreements aim to promote the sports betting brand's global appeal.
Anthony Werkman, the CEO of Betway, expressed his excitement about having Andy Roddick join the team of international ambassadors. According to Werkman, Roddick is a well-known figure in the world of tennis, and his insights and opinions will greatly benefit the readers of his column.
"Andy joins at an important time as we are also launching our new platform, 'Advantage, Served.' As we know, our customers are driven by data and statistics and our new platform will offer cutting edge insights that will enhance the match experience to loyal tennis fans."