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Brett Haber

Tennis Broadcaster

Multi-Emmy-winning sports anchor Brett Haber has become one of the most accomplished and unique sportscasters in the country. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Haber is currently the primary host for the Tennis Channel and for NBC’s tennis coverage at the Olympics.
Haber has gained much recognition for his work, receiving the Edward R. Murrow National Journalism Award, Ron Bookman International Tennis Journalist of the Year Award and 17 Regional EMMY’s including best sports anchor. The award-winning broadcaster has also been in the booth for many of the world’s most prestigious tournaments including the Australian Open, French Open and U.S. Open.
In October 2011, the Tennis Channel and NBC Olympics brought Haber on as a host and commentator, covering ATP and WTA professional tennis events around the world, all four Grand Slam tournaments, as well as the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and PowerShares Champions Series (senior tour).
Haber began his career on ESPN as an anchor for prime-time and late night editions of SportsCenter. He has worked as a sports director, anchor correspondent, host and play-by-play announcer for various networks including Fox Sports (Washington, DC), CBS Sports (New York, NY), Versus (now NBC Sports Network) (Stamford, CT) and WUSA-TV (Washington, DC).
Beyond tennis, Haber has also held assignments covering the NFL, PBR bull riding, pro cycling, MLB, college basketball and the annual Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain. He is also a consultant for Nike Tennis and served for 12 years as a board member of the Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation for Brain Tumor Patients.
Tennis Broadcaster

Multi-Emmy-winning sports anchor Brett Haber has become one of the most accomplished and unique sportscasters in the country. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Haber is currently the primary host for the Tennis ...
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