Pam Shriver Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ESPN

Pam Shriver

Pam Shriver

Pam Shriver Biography

Pam Shriver is a former professional tennis player and broadcaster now working for ESPN as a tennis broadcaster. Also,  for BBC tennis coverage is a  pundit. She holds 133 titles, including one mixed doubles title during the 1980s and 1990s, 21 women’s singles titles, and 111 women’s doubles titles.

Shriver served to begin with the WTA Tournament of Champions for CBS in 1981 previously.

Pam Shriver Age

Shriver was born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America, on July 4, 1962. She is 59 years old.

Pam Shriver Height

She stands at a height of 6 ft 0 inch/ Approx 1.83 m tall.

Pam Shriver Family

Shriver was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the United States of America to her caring. And hardworking parents Sam Shriver and Margot Shriver. Shriver has two nice-looking sisters namely Eleanor and Marion, though, Marion died in 1997 from cancer.

Pam Shriver Husband

She is married to her handsome and caring husband George Robert Lazenby. Lazenby is an actor and model who was born in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, on September 5, 1939.

Pam Shriver Children

Shriver and George are proud parents of three good-looking children namely  George Junior,  Kate George, and Sam George.

Pam Shriver Salary

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

Pam Shriver’s Net Worth

She has an approximated net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million.

Pam Shriver Career

Pam for more than 15 years is the top player on the women’s tennis tour. She was inducted in 2002 into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Shriver serves for ESPN as a commentator where she covered the Australian Open (since 1984), Wimbledon (since 2003, exclusive since 2012).

And the position of start-to-finish coverage of three Majors the US Open (since 2009, exclusive since 2015) currently.Before Shriver current role, She had served since 1990 (starting with the Australian Open. After Shriver had lost) for ESPN and continued to work until 1996.

Shriver served to begin with the WTA Tournament of Champions for CBS in 1981 at 19 previously. After she was out of the singles competition, Shriver continued with the Opens US. Her first live tennis analysis on the radio was as young as 17 years old final in 1997 in the Roscoe Tanner Wimbledon.