Two-times Grand Slam winner Mary Joe Fernández Godsick is a former American tennis player, currently working for CBS Sports as their tennis commentator. She is popularly known for her outstanding performance in Grand Slam and also won three Olympic medals including two gold and a bronze.
Mary Joe is currently residing in Miami, Florida and she earns around $100,000, annually with an estimated net worth of over $2 million. Mary is currently married to her boyfriend Anthony Lewisohn Godsick and the couple has children Isabella Maria, Nicholas Cooper.
As of 2019, the American tennis commentator Mary Joe has an estimated net worth of $2 million and she receives an annual salary of $100,000 from her successful broadcasting career.
From her playing career, she has earned a prize money worth of $5,258,471. Winning the Australian title in 1991, she received the prize money of $400,000 and also won the French Open in 1996 where she received the prize money of £353,000.
She earned $200,000 after reaching the finals of 1989 US Open. Besides, she has earned a decent amount from her broadcasting career as well.
Mary Joe is married to her boyfriend Anthony Lewisohn Godsick after being in a relationship for a long time. The couple tied the knot on April 8, 2000.
Their wedding ceremony was held in the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Mary in Miami. The ceremony was carried out by Thomas O'Dwyer, in which Rabbi Jonathan S. Kaplan participated. Currently, she is residing in Miami, Florida along with her family, and has a beautiful home there.
Her husband, Mr. Godsick is the International Management Group of New York 's vice president of racquet sports. He graduated from College Dartmouth. Additionally, Anthony is a son of Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Godsick of New York. His father works as an orthopedic surgeon in New York.
The couple is blessed with two children named Isabella Maria, Nicholas Cooper.
The famous tennis commentator is 5 feet 9 inches tall in height with a charming face.
As per her wiki, Mary Joe was born in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic to parents Jose and Silvia Pino on August 19, 1971. Fernandez is American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. She grew up with sister Silvia Fernández.
She completed her graduation from the Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. Further details about her childhood are not available.
Mary started her career as a tennis player and in her early days, she won four Orange Bowl junior titles. and became the youngest to win US Open defeating Sara Gomer. Joe also played alongside Betsy Nagelsen and she was defeated by Steffi Graf in the Grand Slam finals at Australian Open.
Mary Joe Fernández has been a tennis commentator for ESPN since she retired from the tour and joined CBS Sports as an analyst at the 2005 US Open. She also coached the US Fed Cup team from 2008 to 2016 and served as a female coach in the United States in 2012. London Olympic Tennis Team.
Besides, some of the popular women tennis players of recent times are Serena Williams (Australian Open winner of 2017), Naomi Osaka (US Open 2018 winner ), Angelique Kerber (2018 Wimbledon winner), and Caroline Wozniacki(2018 Australian Open).