John McEnroe Net Worth, Age, Height and More
John McEnroe is a former professional tennis player from the United States. He was born on February 16, 1959, in Wiesbaden, West Germany, to American parents. His father was an amateur tennis player and his mother was a teacher. When he was three years old, his family moved back to the United States and settled in Douglaston, Queens, New York. He has two older brothers, Mark and Patrick.
As a child, John McEnroe showed great promise as a tennis player. He began taking tennis lessons at the age of eight and soon started winning local tournaments. By the age of nine, he had joined the Eastern Lawn Tennis Association and was competing in the 12 and under age group. He won the National Junior Indoor Championships in 1977 and turned professional that same year.
John McEnroe had a successful professional career, winning seven Grand Slam singles titles and nine Grand Slam doubles titles. He is one of only eight men to win all four Grand Slam singles titles (Wimbledon, the US Open, the French Open, and the Australian Open). He reached the Wimbledon singles final nine times, winning on three occasions. He also reached the US Open singles final seven times, winning four times. His rivalry with Swedish tennis player Bjorn Borg was one of the most iconic rivalries in tennis history.
John McEnroe retired from professional tennis in 1992. He has since worked as a television commentator and analyst for various networks, including NBC, CBS, and ABC. He has also written several books, including an autobiography entitled Serious.
John McEnroe has an estimated net worth of $100 million. He has earned his fortune through his successful professional tennis career and various endorsement deals. He is currently ranked as the fourth highest-paid retired athlete in the world.
John McEnroe is married to former tennis player Patty Smyth. They have two daughters, Anna and Ava.