Jason Goodall Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN Sports

Jason Goodall

Jason Goodall

Jason Goodall Biography

Jason Goodall is a sports broadcaster presently working as an analyst for  ESPN Sports. He works as a tennis coach in addition. Goodall has served in the world with some of the best players. He is a former tennis player and British number two professional.

Goodall started playing tennis as young as nine years old in Zambia, Central Africa. He was chosen to represent Great Britain (under-12 level) and returned to the UK three years later.

Jason Goodall Age

Goodall was born in Yorkshire, England, on January 23, 1967. He is 55 years old.

Jason Goodall Height

He stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches/ Approx 1. 88 cm.

Jason Goodall Family

Goodall has managed to keep his life private away from the social affairs regarding his father, mother, and siblings.

Jason Goodall Wife

He is a reserved person who loves his career and life, however, He likes to keep his life private regarding his better half.

Jason Goodall Salary

Goodall receives an annual salary of  $10,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to ESPN Sports Channel Group anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Jason Goodall Net worth

He has an approximate net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million.

Jason Goodall Career

Goodall currently works on ESPN’s tennis coverage as a commentator. He serves at times as both other times as the analyst and the lead voice on matches. Goodall serves as a studio analyst at the same time.

  He served at the 2015 Australian Open for the first time for ESPN. Goodall his senior career was cut short at the age of 21 by injury but an outstanding junior. He is a former British in the Davis Cup number two who represented Great Britain.

Goodall also served for the now the Billie Jean King Cup and British Fed Cup as the coach.  He who has served with so various top ten players is a fully qualified tennis coach as both hitting partner and coach now.

They include Tim Henman, Jennifer Capriati, Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, and ESPN’s Mary Joe Fernandez and Pam Shriver. Goodall has more than sports broadcasting experience and served at the highest level of the game. Apart from his role at ESPN, Goodall also serves for Tennis Channel.