Mary Carillo is an American sports broadcaster, commentator, and former professional tennis player. She was born on March 15, 1957, in Queens, New York, she showed a talent for tennis at a young age and went on to become a professional player.
Carillo’s career in tennis started in 1970, and she achieved her greatest success as a doubles player. She won several Grand Slam doubles titles, including the French Open and the Australian Open.
She also had a successful career as a singles player, reaching the quarterfinals of the US Open in 1978. After retiring from tennis, Carillo started working as a sports commentator and broadcaster. She has worked for several major networks, including ESPN, NBC, and CBS.
Carillo is known for her insightful and entertaining commentary, and she has covered a wide range of sports, including tennis, figure skating, and the Olympics.
Is Mary Carillo a Lesbian?
Mary Carillo is not a lesbian, she is married to Bill Bowden, who is an Australian former tennis player, and currently a tennis instructor.