AR: I don't know. I don't think he would tell me. He would probably worry about being offensive if he told me he felt sorry for me. Roger and I have a good personal relationship. There's a lot of respect there. I don't want to be presumptuous, but if he weren't in the tournament, I'd like to think he'd probably pull for me—especially in that event.
How did it change your life when your wife appeared on the cover of SI?
AR: It's been a little bit of a whirlwind since then, but it's been really fun to watch. Obviously I take a lot of pride in her success. It's just a matter of juggling schedules. She's been going nonstop since then, so I'm excited to have a little bit of downtime. I'm excited to spend a little bit of time with her.
Any guys on tour give you grief about it?
AR: Surprisingly, no. There's a lot more of, "There's no way you're good enough to have her," or, "What's it feel like to be, by far, the ugliest person in your relationship?"
Now who says that?
AR: Who doesn't? [Laughs.]
You play tennis, but you love talking about other sports.
AR: Yes, because I talk tennis all the time.
Now you get your chance to talk sports on a national platform. You're a Nebraska fan. Should the Rams take your guy, Ndamukong Suh, with the first pick, or should they take an Oklahoma guy, Sam Bradford?