Rennae Stubbs reprises her role as a tennis analyst during the 2016 Olympic Games. Rio marks Stubbs’ second Olympics with NBC Sports Group, having previously served in the same role as a tennis analyst in London in 2012.
Stubbs has worked as an analyst for various networks including ESPN, Tennis Channel, and Channel 7 Australia. Stubbs is a four-time Olympian, representing Australia at the Olympic Games in Beijing, Athens, Sydney and Atlanta. With more than 17 years of representation for her native Australia, Stubbs is the longest serving player from any country in the history of the Fed Cup.
Stubbs played on the WTA Tour for over 20 years, winning 60 WTA Tour doubles titles including six Grand Slams, four doubles (Australian Open, U.S. Open, two Wimbledons) and two mixed doubles (Australian Open, U.S. Open).
Stubbs splits her residence between Sydney, Australia, and Tampa, Fla.