Caty McNally Parents John McNally Sr and Lynn Nabors McNally

Caty McNally Parents are John McNally Sr and Lynn Nabors McNally. The family lives in Cincinnati Ohio.

Caty is an American international tennis player from Cincinnati, Ohio. She was born on 2001 November 20 to John Sr and Lynn Nabors-McNally in Madeira, a suburban part of Cincinnati, Ohio. Caty turned professional in 2019 at the age of 18 years old. 

McNally’s is well recognized for winning doubles in partnership with Coco Gauff. Her highest doubles ranking in the world is 11th on April 4, 2022. She reached her best singles ranking in the world in the 94th position on November 7, 2022.

Caty has played in five Grand Slam Singles Tournaments in Singles, seven in Doubles, and two in mixed doubles throughout her career. As of now, she has prize money of $1,757,186.

Caty McNally Mom and Dad

Caty McNally was born to dad John McNally Sr and mom Lynn Nabors McNally.

The McNally family currently lives in Longfield Dr, Cincinnati, Ohio. Caty’s father, John, is a financial service professional. However, he plays tennis as a leisure with his wife.

Lynn is a former WTA pro who works as a junior tennis coach at Harper’s Point in Symmes Township. Now she works at the Harpers Point Racquet Club as a coach. She also coaches at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy.

She completed her high school at Indian Hill High School. After completing high school, she studied Communication at Northwestern University. While studying, she played tennis in college tournaments and went on the pro tour.

Later, Mrs. McNally was listed in the Cincinnati Tennis Hall of Fame for Northwestern University. She started coaching at Harpers Point Racquet Club in 1997.

On 2014 April 6, Lynn was awarded the “2014 Team USA Developmental Coach of the Year” title at the reception of the 2nd annual Team USA Coaching Awards. She was awarded because she had contributed an outstanding job to setting high standards for coaching success in the past years.

On November 28, 2021, Caty and her mother went on a trip to Chicago, Illinois, to spend their weekend together. They strolled around the city and clicked a picture at Cloud Gate. That day the duo went to watch a Chicago Bulls Basketball Match. 

Caty McNally Brother

Caty McNally sibling John McNally is a former American professional tennis player.

John was born the same day his mother, Mrs. McNally, turned 32. 

He has a good relationship with her younger sister. The two siblings even adopted two pet dogs together. They adopted two Maltese breed dogs and named them Stella and Skye. The siblings together opened an Instagram account for their pets and equally shared the account’s responsibility. 

John is in a relationship with Grace Fowler. Grace lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. The couple has been dating each other since 2019. In the initial years of the relationship, the couple made their relationship private. However, in 2021 John made their relationship public with an Instagram post.

John McNally Career

John made his professional tennis debut at the 2016 US Open Grand Slam in the doubles event, partnering with J.J. Wolf.

The duo won the game on August 14 and is now eligible to play in the big show in New York.

John played as a Junior in the mid of 2016. He had played 37 games, winning 27 games with a 73% win rate. He achieved a career ranking of No. 13 in the junior tour on 30 May 2016.

He also played in three of the four Junior Grand Slams in 2016, advancing round of 16 at Wimbledon and up to the quarterfinals as doubles at the French Open. 

As a freshman at Ohio State University, McNally partnered with Mikael Torpegaard. They finished NCAA Tournament with a Runner-up title.

In his Sophomore year, John was selected for the NCAA Singles Championship for the first time in his career. He defeated No22 Jack Lin of Columbia, which helped the Buckeyes advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship.

In his Junior year, John was ranked 25th singles player and top 3 in doubles all season. He was the most dominant player at the ITA Midwest Regional Championship, as he swept all the singles and doubles titles. He finished his Junior year with eight wins over ranked singles players. 

John won his first Professional title at the ITF Men’s 25 Future in Columbus, Ohio, on November 2021.

Throughout his professional career, he has played 33 singles games and won 16 with a win rate of 48%. However, in doubles, John scored higher as he won 20 out of 29 games with a 69% win rate.