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Pat Cash

Facts About Pat Cash

Celebrated Name Pat Cash
Age 57 Years Old
Nick Name Pat
Birth Name Patrick Hart Cash
Birth Date 1965-05-27
Gender Male
Profession Tennis Player
Place Of Birth Melbourne, Australia
Birth Nation Australia
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity Australian-white
Religion Christian
Race White
Horoscope Gemini
Marital Status Married
Spouse Emily Bendit (m. 1990-2002)
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Tennis career
Net Worth $1 million to $5 million
Salary $4,00,000 per year
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 84 kg
Hair Color Dark brown
Eye Color Dark brown
Body Type Athletic
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Patrick Hart Cash is an Australian former professional tennis player who is professionally known as Pat Cash. He is well recognized for being the 1987 Wimbledon Champion. He was deemed 'Sexiest Grandfather of the Year' in a UK women's magazine. Pat is also known for being the son of Pat Cash Sr., who played for the Hawthorn Football Club in the 1950s. In May 1988, he reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 4 and a career-high ATP doubles ranking of world No. 6 in the August of the following year. Cash is also active in social media as he has gained more than 20.3k followers on his Instagram account and over 53.3K followers on his Twitter account.

Bagpipes singer revealed as tennis star Pat Cash

Pat Cash, 56, was the star underneath the Bagpipe costume on the show. The Australian tennis legend was voted into the bottom two alongside Poodle in the competition. He lost out in the sing-off where he attempted to earn the judges' favor by belting out his version of I Only Want To Be With You by the Bay City Rollers. Pat wowed audiences over the three weeks of competition with his amazing singing voice and told the judges "I'm so lucky to be here" after he was revealed.

When asked why he was interested in doing the show, Mr. Cash said: "I've always been a frustrated rock star and fancied doing the Masked Singer from the first day I saw it. "I just thought it would be so much fun to rock out, although I prefer to hide behind a guitar instead of a sweaty mask. It was a great experience overall." He added: "As luck would have it, my schedule cleared. I'm a big believer in letting your higher power take over and I suppose it meant I was able to take part in the show."

When talking about whether it was hard to keep his identity a secret, he said: "Not very, I'm a pretty private person anyway and never feel comfortable about people knowing what I'm up to. I don't know what I'm up to half of the time so to sneak away and get some great singing tips and do the show was pretty easy."

Famous For

  • Being an Australian former professional tennis player.
  • For being the 1987 Wimbledon Champion.

Former Tennis Player, Pat Cash

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Where is Pat Cash from?

Pat Cash stepped for the very first time into the world on 27th May 1965 in Melbourne, Australia. He was born with the real name of Patrick Hart Cash in the Christian religion family. He is of Australian nationality and he belongs to Australian-white ethnic background. Pat has celebrated his 56th birthday as of 2021 and as per his birthdate, his star sign is Gemini. Thus, his race is white. He is the son of Dorothy Cash (mother) and Pat Cash Sr.(father). His father played for the Hawthorn Football Club in the 1950s.

What does Pat Cash do for a living?

  • Pat Cash began his career being awarded a scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport where he was ranked the No. 1 junior player in the world in 1981.
  • He won the junior doubles title at the French Open partnering with John Frawley in June 1982 as well as he won the junior singles title at Wimbledon in July, and while partnering with Frawley, he also won the junior doubles title at the same tournament.
  • He won the junior singles title at the US Open in September, and while partnering with Frawley, he was also the runner-up of the junior doubles at the same tournament.
  • Then he turned professional in late 1982 and won his first top-level singles title that year in Melbourn.
  • He became the youngest player to play in a Davis Cup final in 1983 and won the decisive singles rubber against Joakim Nystrom as Australia defeated Sweden 3-2 to claim the cup.
  • He reached the men's singles semifinals at both Wimbledon and the US Open in 1984 but, lost in three sets in the Wimbledon semifinals to John McEnroe and was defeated in the semifinals at the US Open by Ivan Lendl.
  • Also, he was the runner-up in the men's doubles competition at Wimbledon in both 1984 with McNamee and 1985 with Fitzgerald.
  • He helped Australia regain the Davis Cup with a 3-2 victory over Sweden in 1986 and again won the decisive singles rubber, recovering from two sets down against Mikael Pernfors.
  • He reached his first Grand Slam singles final at the Australian Open, where he lost in five sets to Stefan Edberg which was the last Australian Open played at Kooyong on a grass court.
  • He reached the Australian Open final for the second consecutive year and faced another Swede, Mats Wilander. in 1998 which was the first men's singles final played at the new Melbourne Park venue on hard court, and Wilander won in a four-and-a-half-hour encounter, taking the fifth set 8-6. It was the first Grand Slam final in history to be played indoors after rain delays forced the closing of the roof midway through the match. 
  • Pat ruptured his Achilles tendon at the Japan Open in April 1989 and was out of action until early 1990 as well as he played in his third Davis Cup final in 1990. This time, Australia lost 2-3 to the United States.
  • He won his last top-level singles title in 1990 in Hong Kong and his last doubles title came in 1996 at Pinehurst with Rafter.
  • Furthermore, Pat has resided mainly in London since his retirement from the tour in 1997. He is the host of CNN's tennis-focused magazine show Open Court and has also worked as a TV color commentator, primarily for the BBC.
  • As well, he was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2005 and he has also won the over-45s Wimbledon doubles title with fellow Australian Mark Woodforde in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.  In November 2014, he played in the inaugural Champions Tennis League in India.
  • Besides, Pat starred in the third British series of "The Masked Singer" masked as "Bagpipes" in 2022. He was fourth to be unmasked.

Pat Cash was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2005

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Who is Pat Cash married to?

Pat Cash is a married man. He was married to Brazilian Emily Bendit with whom he was blessed twin boys, Shannon Cash and Jett Cash, was born in 1994. However, he got separated from Bendit in 2002. As of 2011, Jett aspired for a professional tennis player. In 2010, Cash became a grandfather at age 44 when his daughter Mia gave birth to a daughter.

Cash with his ex-wife Emily Bendit

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Cash had two children with his then-girlfriend, Norwegian model Anne-Britt Kristiansen. They have a son, Daniel Kristiansen Cash (born 27 May 1986), and a daughter Mia Kristiansen Cash (born 1988). Concerning his sexual orientation, he is straight.

Pat Cash with his then-girlfriend, Norwegian model Anne-Britt Kristiansen

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How much is Pat Cash Net Worth?

Pat Cash has a net worth of between $1 million to $5 million as of 2022. He also earns a handsome amount of salary which is around $4,00,000 per year. With the potential that's in store in him, he can go miles. Bit of dedication and luck, he would definitely be unstoppable. Cash also has won prize money of US$1,950,345. In addition, his major source of income is from his tennis player career and he is sincere in his work.

What is the Height of Pat Cash?

Pat Cash stands at a tall height of 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) with a balanced bodyweight of 84 kg. His hair color and eyes color are dark browns. Additionally, Cash's body build type is athletic.

Did You Know?

  • Pat was the 1987 Wimbledon Champion.
  • He attended the Australian Institute of Sport after being awarded a scholarship.
  • He was deemed 'Sexiest Grandfather of the Year' in a UK women's magazine.
  • He fathered four children: Daniel, Mia, Shannon, and Jett.
  • He defeated then-World No. 1 Ivan Lendl in the 1987 Wimbledon Championships.