Christopher Clarey Biography
Christopher Clarey is a popular American journalist presently working as a global sports columnist and tennis writer at The New York Times.
Since 1991, He has been a part of the network’s sports family. Furthermore, he also works as a regular contributor for ESPN.
Due to his outstanding sports reports, He was awarded the 2017 Alan Trengove Award for Excellence in Tennis Journalism and also the 2018 Eugene L. Scott Award from the International Tennis Hall of Fame. In his free time, Clarey enjoys watching sports and writing.
Christopher Clarey Age
Christopher Clarey was born in Newport, Rhode Island, New York, in the United States of America. However, his exact date and year of birth remain unclear to the public dominion. He seems to be 52 years old.
Christopher Clarey Height
Clarey stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Christopher Clarey Family
Cristopher was born and also raised under the loving care of his supportive and loving parents Roberta “Bonnie” Clarey and Stephen Clarey in New York, in the United States of America. He was raised in a small family, where he was the only child.
Christopher Clarey Wife
He is happily married to his pretty and loving wife called Virginie. The duo since they wedded in 1991, has been living under the same roof. Presently, they are proud parents of their three beautiful daughters namely Toscane, Sevine, and Beryl.
Christopher Clarey Salary
Christopher’s annual salary is $86,930 per year. This is in accordance with The New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Christopher Clarey Net Worth
Clarey has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Christopher Clarey Career
He started his journalism career by landing a job at The San Diego Union-Tribune and majorly covered the Los Angeles Chargers as a sports writer. However, in 1991, Clarey left the magazine to join Eurosport, as a commentator. That very year he was hired at The New York Times as an editor. Seven years later, Christopher was hired at the International Herald-Tribune as the chief sports correspondent where he still works to date.
Throughout his journalism career, Clarey has been awarded numerous awards including the 2017 Alan Trengove Award for Excellence in Tennis Journalism and also the 2018 Eugene L. Scott Award from the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Currently, Christopher works as a global sports columnist and tennis writer at The New York Times since joining the network in 1991.
Other than his journalism career, He is also an author and publisher of “The Master: The Brilliant Career of Roger Federer”. On August 24, 2021, The book was published. The book revolves around Roger Federer, one of the greatest ever sportspeople. Christopher’s other books include Davis Cup by NEC (1997) and Davis Cup Yearbook (1999).
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