From what we know Mary Carillo is single.
Mary Carillo (born March 15, 1957) is an American sportscaster and former professional tennis player. She is a reporter for NBC Sports and NBC Olympics....
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mary is not a racist-she is objective and unbiased she is insightful and usually hits the nail on the head.witty ,informed and one of the greatest commentators in tennis history-end of story.
Mary Carillo is so racist!
My first time posting on any cite like this,but if I was 25 years younger she would have another suitor
i love her commentary above mcenroe, she is so insightful and sharp
If you`re not an intelligent person you will not get Mary. She`s smart, funny, witty and extremely ahead of the game.
I think Mary Carillo is smart, witty and hot!
Mary is not negative...she is very smart and knows more about tennis and just about any other sport than the Williams sisters will ever know. She has more regard and caring for tennis in her little finger than the Williams sisters too. I don`t understand what these posts are talking about when they say she is negative? Plus, she has been a bright spot in her coverage of the Olympics--way to go Mary!
I like when mary did a report with a monk in china at the summer olympics. she showed she was a 3 stooges fan by quoting curly howard saying :why sointly:I saw mary once during the current winter olympics i was hoping to see more of her she is good commentator
I noticed her for the first time tonight on the Olympic coverage. She has a very masculine voice and features. His comments about Serena and Venus were pretty mean.
Mary is a delight. Quick-witted sports announcers are in short supply and Mary is one of the fine ones.
I think Mary is terrific and don`t find her the least bit angry or negative.
Mary is such a bitter player and she`s not all that, was only able to be ranked 33,,loser
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