Good ol’ Andy became a Grand Slam singles champion when he won the title back at the 2003 US Open, defeating Juan Carlos Ferrero in the final. Roddick is the most recent North American male player to win a Grand Slam singles event, the most recent to reach the top ranking, and the most recent to claim the year-end world No. 1 (2003).
He ranked in the top 10 for nine consecutive years between 2002 and 2010 and won five Masters Series in that period. He remains one of the only players in the Grand Slam era to have remained so highly ranked and to have reached more than three grand slam finals and only won one major.
Russell Wilson - NFL
NFL Rookie of the Year, and has starred in two Super Bowls in his short career, winning Super Bowl XLVIII. Despite only being around with the Seattle Seahawks since 2012, he has already recorded the most wins by an NFL quarterback through sevens seasons. He has a legendary passer rating of over 100.
The striking NFL star has made his way onto the pop culture scene and has appeared on many talk show hosts as well as the 2015 film, "Entourage." Wilson is married to singer Ciara; the two began dating and 2015, and by 2016 the couple announced they were engaged announced. If his last few years have been any indication, it looks like Wilson is going to become one of the most accomplished NFL quarterbacks of all time.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Soccer
Cristiano Ronaldo may be one of the biggest names on this list. Not only is he one of the world's most celebrated soccer players - but he is also considered one of the most beautiful athletes in the world.
He won his fourth Ballon d'Or, led Real Madrid to their second Champions League title in three years, and scored the winning penalty kick in the final. In total, Ronaldo has won three Champions League trophies and countless domestic titles.
Stephen Curry - NBA
Perhaps one of the most gorgeous and talked-about athletes on this list, Curry is steadily climbing the ranks of all-time great basketball players. Already dubbed the most excellent shooter in NBA history, Curry’s long-range act galvanizes an audience as few others can. With a thin frame and rather average athleticism, he isn't supposed to be this good. Curry already has two MVP trophies and two NBA Titles under his proverbial belt.
Never has the game seen such a lethal perimeter shooter - whether it's spotting up or shooting off the dribble. Curry's uncanny ability to get separation from defenders is awe-inspiring. Though he's still got plenty of time left in his career, Curry's already established himself as the most excellent shooter the game has ever seen.
Alex Rodriguez - MLB
There's no one quite like A-Rod; his numbers are outstanding, and his talent has rarely been matched in the history of the game. Rodriguez finished with a career .295 average while producing 3,115 hits, 2,086 RBI, and 696 home runs.
For a while, he's been more well-known for his relationship with American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez. The two ultimately didn't last and Jen ended up rekindling an old flame and marrying Ben Affleck.