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Career Journey
Female Empowerment
Sports Journalism
Women in Sports

NBC Sports Olympics Correspondent & Tennis Analyst
HBO Sports Host & Reporter
Tennis Channel Host & Analyst

Widely recognized as one of the most talented and opinionated television broadcasters, Mary Carillo currently works for an array of networks. She serves as a host and an analyst for Tennis Channel. She covers tennis, the National Dog Show and the Olympic Games for NBC Sports, and she serves as a reporter, narrator and host for HBO Sports.

Carillo has received many accolades and awards over the course of her career, including a Sports Emmy, two Peabody Awards, and Sports Illustrated’s “Top Sports Analyst of the Decade” award.  She was the first female to receive the Dick Schaap Award for Outstanding Journalism and was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2018.

Before her broadcasting career began, Mary played on the professional tennis tour from 1977-1980. She won the 1977 French Open mixed doubles title and was a doubles runner-up at the U.S. Clay Court Championships and doubles quarterfinalist at the U.S. Open in 1977.

A native of Queens, New York, Carillo lives in Naples, Florida.

In the news

Mary Carillo On Acing The Broadcasting World

Mary Carillo sits down with the TENNIS.com Podcast to discuss her career in broadcasting and how simply saying “yes” can help you accomplish your goals while striving towards success.

Mary Carillo Inducted Into Sports Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

This WTA piece features Mary Carillo’s induction into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame for her work on HBO’s “Real Sports” and coverage of tennis grand slams where her voice is now synonymous with the events.