Prim Siripipat is the former tennis player of the Duke University. Currently, she is working for the ESPN as a television anchor as well as a radio co-host for the ESPN Radio. She has been working as a TV anchor for ESPN since 2011, before that she worked for different other sports news television. 

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  • 1981-01-15
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  • Duke University
  • Mexico
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personal life

Prim Siripipat was born on 15 January of the year 1981. She is the native of Mexico. By the time when she was four she started taking different classes to build her confidence levels like dancing, gymnastics, swimming, and piano lessons.

At the age of seven she got very much interested in ballet and alongside with that she also got trained in the game of tennis. When she reached 10 years old, she was skilled player in the tennis. She then moved to Tampa, Florida at 12 with the help of her mother for helping elevate with her skills.

 

Personal life

Prim Siripipat went to study at the Saddlebrook Preparatory School where she was getting trained with Jennifer Capriati, Martina Hingis, Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick. Prim also traveled the world along with the US National Team as well as she eventually finished in top 10 in country for players aged eighteen and under.

After completing her high school, she attended the Duke University on a full scholarship. She suffered the injuries over the year of playing the tennis. She had 2 stress fractures in the back by the time she reached 17. She underwent the surgery on her shoulder as well as both knees in her junior year. Later, it became clear that she could not pursue her career as a tennis player.

 

Prim Siripipat first started her television career as an intern

After getting a degree, Prim Siripipat started a television career as an intern at the WRAL-TV. She then joined the CBS-4 in the year 2007. Later, her dream came true when she was hired by the ESPN as an anchor in March of 2011.

In addition to that, she has also appeared as a tennis analyst and also made several appearances on ESPN Radio. She is beautiful as well as hot with perfect bikini body. She is of American nationality. Talking about her boyfriend Ben Anorson he is soon going to her husband. They got engaged in 2016 and will get married very shortly.

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