Rap Artist. Restauranteer. Acting and modeling agent. No former ATP pro has a leg up on diversity more than Vince Spadea, the Boca Raton native who won more than $5 million in prize money over an 18-year career. Spadea reached the Top 20 for the first time in 1999, playing his only Grand Slam quarterfinal at the Australian Open. After freefalling to No. 237 in 2000, Spadea fought back to reach the Top 20 again in 2004. That year he won an ATP title in Scottsdale, reached the Delray Beach final and the Miami semifinal, played in the Olympic Games and gained a spot on the US Davis Cup team. Since retirement from tennis in 2011, Spadea has founded 6 Star Venture, a holding company specializing in the entertainment, real estate and restaurant sectors. He also owns Vince Models, a talent management agency, and co-owns the Los Angeles restaurant Providence.