Christine McKendry, widely known as Chris McKendry, is a seasoned journalist who has been a stalwart at ESPN since 1996. Born on February 18, 1968 (Age: 56 years old), she has left an indelible mark on the network as the co-anchor of the 11-1pm ET weekday block of live ESPN SportsCenter shows, sharing the spotlight with Jay Crawford.

Notably, since April 1, 2016, Chris has taken on the role of a full-time on-site host for ESPN’s extensive tennis coverage, notably presiding over the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. With her engaging presence and expertise, Chris McKendry continues to be a prominent figure in sports journalism, contributing to ESPN’s comprehensive coverage of major tennis events.

For further details about his life, including her Net Worth, Age, Height, Husband you can explore Chris McKendry’s Wiki.

Chris McKendry Wiki & Early Life

Chris McKendry Wiki
Full NameChris McKendry
Nick NameChris
ProfessionAnchor, Journalist, and Sportscaster
Age56 years old
Date of Birth18 February 1968
Zodiac/Sun SignAquarius
BirthplacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Current AddressPhiladelphia

Chris McKendry’s Husband, Boyfriend and Relationship

Relationship StatusMarried

Chris McKendry Family

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Parent’s NameFather: Yet To Update
Mother: Yet To Update
SiblingsYet To Update
Husband/BoyfriendHusband: Eduardo Andrade
Children 2 Sons


SchoolArchbishop Ryan High School
Alma MaterDrexel University
Highest QualificationGraduated


Before making her mark at ESPN, Sara McKendry began her career at WJLA-TV, the ABC affiliate in Washington D.C., where she worked as a sports reporter. Her journey at ESPN commenced on July 27, 1996, when she first anchored SportsCenter, later transitioning to ESPNEWS during the launch of the 24-hour sports news network.

McKendry’s versatility led her back to SportsCenter, where she co-hosted the weekend morning and weekday 6 p.m. editions of the flagship news program. Her extensive work at ESPN included covering events such as Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, hosting the Winter X Games, contributing to College Football Live, and serving as a sideline reporter for the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Notably, McKendry holds the distinction of being the first woman to work as a television sports news anchor in the Washington D.C. market. After co-anchoring her final SportsCenter broadcast on March 31, 2016, she transitioned to full-time tennis coverage for ESPN, featuring events like the Australian Open and U.S. Open.

Chris McKendry Net Worth, Salary

Net Worth in Dollars (Approx.)$2.3 Million
Salary Annually (Approx.)Yet To Update

Chris McKendry Height

HeightIn centimeters: 160 cm
In meters: 1.60 m
In Feet: 5 Feet 3 Inches
Weight56 kgs
123 lbs

Chris McKendry Twitter

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5 Interesting Facts About Chris McKendry

  1. Chris McKendry, born on February 18, 1968 (56 years old), is a seasoned journalist and sportscaster who has been a fixture at ESPN since 1996.
  2. She gained prominence as the co-anchor of the 11-1pm ET weekday block of live ESPN SportsCenter shows, sharing the spotlight with Jay Crawford.
  3. Notably, since April 1, 2016, Chris transitioned to a full-time on-site host for ESPN’s extensive tennis coverage, presiding over major events like the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.
  4. Chris McKendry is a proud alumna of Archbishop Ryan High School and Drexel University, where she graduated.
  5. She is happily married to Eduardo Andrade, and the couple has two sons. Chris remains private about her family, with details about her parents and siblings not disclosed publicly.


Does Chris McKendry have children?

Yes, She is mother of two sons.

Did Chris McKendry ever play tennis?

Yes, she was a tennis player at Drexel University.