MARY CARILLO grew up with John McEnroe and learned to play under the tutelage of Tony Palafox and Harry Hopman.
In singles she made it to #33 in the world. And at the 1977 French Open she partnered with McEnroe, winning the Mixed Doubles and sharing Mac’s first major championship. But she’s probably best known for her poignant journalism and insightful, witty commentary. Sport’s Illustrated’s “Best Sports Analyst of the Decade” and Peabody Award Winner, MARY CARILLO tells us how a bar bill pushed her into pro tennis, why next year’s Olympics are must-see-TV, and why she thinks that everything anyone says about Nick Kyrgios is probably true.
UNDER REVIEW is a podcast in which tennis insiders share unique stories and insightful perspective.
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