Darren Cahill Biography
Darren Cahill is a tennis coach and former tennis player. He works on the US sports network for ESPN for the Grand Slam events as a tennis analyst. Cahill works at ProTennisCoach.com with the Adidas Player Development Program as a coach additionally.
He finished runner-up at the Australian Open in the men’s doubles and was part of the Australian team losing 3–2 to the United States in 1989.
Darren Cahill Age
Cahill was born in Adelaide, Australia, the United States on October 2, 1965. He is 56 years old and on October 2, 1965, celebrates his birthday.
Darren Cahill Height
He stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches/ Approx. 1.88 m tall.
Darren Cahill Education
He joined on a scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport.
Darren Cahill Family
Cahill was born and raised by MR and Mrs. John Cahill in Adelaide, Australia, the United States. His father is an Australian rules coach and football player.
Darren Cahill Wife
Cahill is married to his caring and nice-looking wife Victoria. The duo has two good-looking children namely Benjamin born in 2001, and a beautiful daughter namely Tahlia. The family lives in South Australia, Las Vegas, United States.
Darren Cahill Salary
Cahill earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, under ESPN Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Darren Cahill’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Darren Cahill Career
Darren has served since the Australian Open in January 2007 as an ESPN tennis analyst. He serves on the US sports network ESPN for the Grand Slam events as a tennis analyst currently. Cahill got nicknamed “Killer” and turned professional in 1984.
He received his first tour doubles at Melbourne title in 1985 and Gstaad in 1988 his first top-level singles title. Cahill had his best performance in the second round on the way when he knocked out Boris Becker at the 1988 US Open.
He lost to eventual Wilander and champion Mats when reaching the semifinals. Cahill at the Australian Open finished runner-up in the men’s doubles in 1989. Darren reached the final of the Davis Cup and was part of the Australian team in 1990, to the United States losing 3–2.