Doubles specialist Rennae Stubbs won six Grand Slam titles (4 doubles, 2 mixed doubles) and 60 tournaments over a 23-year WTA career. She represented Australia in four consecutive Olympic Games, beginning with Atlanta in 1996 and culminating with Beijing in 2008. She won the 2001 season-ending WTA doubles championship, 32 WTA titles and three Grand Slams with partner Lisa Raymond. The longest-serving member of Australia’s Fed Cup team, Stubbs played 17 years and has the second-most wins in the nation’s history. She also played several seasons of World Team Tennis with the Washington Kastles. Stubbs made her Olympic broadcast debut at the 2012 London Games for NBC, and also worked the recent Rio Games for the network. She has also worked as an analyst for ESPN, Tennis Channel and Channel 7 Australia. She splits her residence between Sydney, Australia and Tampa.