Leadership Series: On Her Court with Tennis Champion, Tracy Austin
Event Date: 08/17/2020
Event Time: 6pm-7pm
Event Location: Zoom
Join us as renowned Sports Analyst, Mary Carillo, sits down with Tennis Hall-of-Famer and Tennis Channel Analyst, Tracy Austin, for a moderated Q&A discussion. Austin will share her tips for success and how to change the game in your own career. She will ACE your burning questions so don’t miss out on this special event.
Tracy Austin Mary Carillo
Tracy Austin, a tennis Hall-of-Famer, joined Tennis Channel as an analyst in 2010. She has since been a featured year-round analyst for the network providing both in-studio and on-site commentary during the year. Austin is perhaps best known for storming onto the tennis scene and dethroning four-time US Open champion Chris Evert in 1979, winning the tournament as a 16-year-old prodigy, the youngest US Open champion in history. She held the No. 1 singles ranking in 1980 before a variety of injuries cut short her career, but nonetheless managed to win 30 career titles, including two US Open singles championships and a Wimbledon mixed
The International Tennis Hall of Fame inducted Austin into its wings in 1992. Austin currently lives in Los Angeles, Calif., Her son, Brandon, is a member of the
University of Southern California’s tennis team.
Mary Carillo is a renowned sports analyst and commentator with HBO, NBC, and Tennis Channel. She has won two coveted Peabody Awards for her work in the HBO documentaries, “Billie Jean King, Portrait of a Pioneer” and “Dare to Compete: The Struggle of Women in Sport.” She played on the WTA tour from 1977-1980 and won the 1977 French Open Mixed Doubles title with childhood friend, John McEnroe.