WTA doubles record-setter and four-time Olympian Rennae Stubbs has been one of the most loyal supporters of Chris Evert Charities and the Pro-Celebrity event. Stubbs is a six-time Grand Slam winner (four doubles, two mixed doubles) and chalked up 60 WTA titles over a 23-year career. She represented Australia in four consecutive Olympic Games, beginning with Atlanta in 1996 and culminating with Beijing in 2008. She and longtime doubles partner Lisa Raymond won the 2001 WTA season-ending doubles championship, 32 WTA titles and three Grand Slams together. Stubbs played 17 years on Australia’s Fed Cup team—the longest run in the country’s history—and her 28-9 win-loss record in doubles is the second best in Australian history behind Wendy Turnbull (29-8). Stubbs played her last Tour match at the 2011 US Open, and finished her career in World Team Tennis with the Washington Kastles, where she won three World Team titles. Stubbs made her Olympic broadcast debut with NBC at the 2012 London Games, and she was also the lead female tennis analyst for the network’s Rio Games coverage. She has also worked as an analyst for ESPN, Tennis Channel and Channel 7 Australia.