Chris McKendry is a renowned American veteran sportscaster serving for ESPN as the tennis host. Chris is the hostess of the Australian Open, US Open, and Wimbledon, ESPN’s tennis coverage. Prior to joining the station in 1996, she was serving as a sports reporter for WJLA-TV in Washington D.C. While serving there, she was the first woman to work as a sports news anchor in the market.
Chris Mckendry Age
Chris Mckendry was born on February 18, 1968, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States. She commemorates her birthday every Feb 18. She is 54 years old.
Chris Mckendry Height
Chris stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches ( approximately 1.7 meters ).
Chris Mckendry Family
Chris was born and grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. She is the daughter of Claire Moylan, her mum. Nevertheless, she has kept her private life off the limelight, and thus Chris has not revealed the identity of her father or whether she has any siblings
Chris Mckendry Husband
She got married to her charming husband, Eduardo Andrade, on Sep 27, 1998. Eduardo serves as the president of Westport Library. Similarly, her husband is also the coach of Westport Little league. The duo met in 1995 after they were introduced by Nancy Hogshead in Arlington at a bowling alley.
The duo exchanged their wedding vows at Most Holy Trinity Church in Pomfret, Connecticut. Further, the wedding was officiated by Rev. Paul L. Hebert. The two are proud parents of two sons who are also learning skills in playing Tennis.
Chris Mckendry Education
She schooled at Archbishop Ryan High School in Pennsylvania. She got a tennis full scholarship for studying at Drexel University. In 1990 Chris graduated from the University with a bachelor’s degree in Humanities. Further, she is also a member of the Drexel University Board of Trustees.
Chris Mckendry Salary
She receives an annual salary of $135,000 and this is according to ESPN anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Chris Mckendry Net Worth
Chris has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million US dollars.
Chris Mckendry Career
Chris is presently serving as the hostess of the Australian Open, Us Open, and Wimbledon, ESPN’s tennis coverage. She started serving for the station as a SportsCenter anchor prior to shifting to ESPNEWS for the 24-hour sports news network launched in 1997.
After a year, she returned to SportsCenter for co-hosting the weekday 6 p.m. and morning editions. Further, during her career as a sportscaster, has hosted the Little League World Series, National Spelling Bee, and Winter X Games for ESPN. She has also worked as the sideline reporter of the 1999 Fifa Women’s World Cup for ESPN2 and ABC Sports.
Prior to joining the station in 1996, she was serving for WJLA-TV in Washington D.C. as a sports reporter. While there, she was the first woman to work as a sports news anchor in the market. Further, she was the co-host of Redskin Magazine on WJLA-0TV. During her career, she has been granted a regional Sports Emmy for NFL 101.