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Patrick John McEnroe was born on the 1st July 1966, in Manhasset, New York State USA, and is a retired professional tennis player, perhaps most famous for being the 38th Captain of the USA’s Davis Cup team, as well as the 1989 French Open Men’s Doubles champion – Patrick’s most notable title among the 16 he won during his career in total. He currently serves as ESPN’s and CBS’ Sports tennis commentator.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth John McEnroe’s younger brother has accumulated so far? How rich Patrick McEnroe is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Patrick McEnroe’s net worth, as of early 2017, slightly exceeds $3 million, primarily acquired through his professional tennis career which was active for 10 years, between 1988 and 1998, and later broadcasting work.
Patrick McEnroe Net Worth $3 million
Patrick McEnroe’s interest in tennis dates back to hisearly age. Following his big brother’s steps, Patrick started playing tennis, attending the Port Washington Tennis Academy. Some first tennis achievements came in 1983 when he reached the semi-finals of two Grand Slam tournaments – Wimbledon and US Open Junior singles. His first title came just a year later in 1984, when teamed up with Luke Jensen, and they won the French Open Junior Doubles Tournament.
In the same year, Patrick won another two titles, Clay Court and USTA Boys’ 18 National championship titles. It is certain that all these achievements helped Patrick McEnroe to establish himself in the world of tennis, and later make a successful tennis career. These also provided the basis for his net worth.
Prior to turning pro after graduating from Stanford University with a bachelors degree in political science in 1988, Patrick McEnroe won several more junior titles, including the Richmond WCT doubles title in 1984 as well as the 1987 gold medal at the Pan American Games. In 1989, Patrick dominated men’s doubles competitions by winning major titles at the French Open and Masters Grand Prix Doubles title in London. These accomplishments certainly helped Patrick McEnroe to add a significant sum to his overall net worth.
Although he continued playing at the top level, Patrick McEnroe was eliminated in the semi-finals of the Australian Open in 1991, after he lost to Boris Becker. However, Patrick won his only singles title in 1995 at the Sydney Outdoor Championships. Apart from this, in the same year, he reached the quarter- finals of the US Open but lost to Becker again, after an epic, over four hours-long duel. It was the most successful year in McEnroe’s professional tennis career, with over $600,000 in revenues and on the ATP list’s highest ranking at #35.
Patrick McEnroe also played for the USA Davis Cup national team three years in a row, in 1993-95. He retired from professional tennis in 1998, and in 2000 he was named the 38th captain of the team, after his brother John McEnroe resigned from the position. As the captain, in 2007 Patrick lead the USA to its 32nd and so far last Davis Cup title. In 2010, Patrick ended his captaincy, the longest in the history of USA’s Davis Cup team. All these ventures significantly increased Patrick McEnroe’s overall net worth.
Between 2008 and 2014, Patrick McEnroe served as the general manager of the US Tennis Association’s Player Development. He currently serves as a TV commentator and tennis analyst for CBS Sports and ESPN.
When it comes to his personal life, Patrick McEnroe has been married since 1998 to the actress and singer Melissa Errico with whom he has three daughters including twins.