Andrew Castle is a British broadcaster and former tennis player. He became a professional tennis player in 1986 and was regularly ranked number one in Great Britain. He won three tour doubles titles and was a mixed doubles finalist at the 1987 Australian Open. His 1987 run at the US Open was his best career singles performance at a Grand Slam event, when he reached the third round. He represented Britain at the Seoul Olympic Games of 1988, and the Barcelona Olympic Games of 1992.
After retiring from professional tennis in 1992, Andrew served as a commentator and presenter for BSkyB. As well as tennis, he presented basketball, motor racing and golf. He is a member of the BAFTA-nominated BBC tennis team, covering Wimbledon, the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club, the French Open, Australian Open and the Davis Cup.
For ten years he was a presenter on GMTV. He also presented the quiz show Perseverance and the daytime game show Divided. He has taken part in Strictly Come Dancing, Beat the Star and 71 Degrees North. He has presented regularly on radio including the breakfast show on Smooth Radio and The Great American Songbook on Sunday evenings, as well as a weekend morning show on LBC.
Andrew represents Surrey at squash at over-45s level and continues to play representative tennis around the world.