With more than 20 years experience patrolling America's studios and stadiums, Brett Haber is one of the most reliable, creative and sought-after hosts & play-by-play announcers in sports television. Having logged countless hours and miles covering and calling some of the world's most prestigious sporting events, Brett's schedule of hosting and play-by-play remains wall-to-wall. Click on the tabs to the left to see what Brett is up to at the moment.
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2017 marks Brett's sixth full year as one of Tennis Channel's lead hosts and play-by-play announcers. Brett traveled across the globe calling the action at the sport's most prestigious tournaments, including the Australian Open, The French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. Brett is also one of Tennis Channel's lead announcers for coverage of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup Competitions.
In addition to calling the action from the booth, Brett was once again one of the network's lead hosts for its pre and post match program "Tennis Channel Live" -- oth on location and in the network's Los Angeles studios. Brett continues to be one of the network's chief "traffic cops" during its innovative "Center Court" coverage of tournaments around the globe. Launched in 2013, Tennis Channel's "Center Court" initiative takes viewers to the most compelling matches on a given day by bouncing from tournament-to-tournament around the world in real-time as action dictates. The concept has been a smashing success with viewers and critics alike and has been expanded to bring viewers even more coverage throughout the year.
Roger Federer joins Brett, Jim Courier & Tracy Austin on the Tennis Channel Loft at the US Open
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Brett get some kids pumped up for the US Open at a Nike Tennis event in NYC!
Brett Returns to NBC Olympic Broadcast Team for Rio 2016
For the second conscutive summer games, Brett was part of NBC's team that brought us coverage of the tennis competiton at the Olympics. Brett was the lead tennis play-by-play announcer for NBC at the London 2012 Olympics and expanded his role in Rio to be the lead studio host for tennis coverage during the Rio games. "It is one of the greatest privileges in sports television to broadcast the Olympic Games and I am truly honored to continue my relationship with NBC in 2016," said Brett
Brett & Justin Gimelstob in the NBC Olympic Tennis Studio at the All England Club
Brett Makes Golf Channel Debut as Guest Host of "Morning Drive"
In July, Brett swapped tennis for golf as Golf Channel tapped him to be one of the guest hosts of their wake-up chat show "Morning Drive". Brett joined Rex Hoggard and Holly Somders in Golf Channel's Orlando studios to anchor the two-hour morning program. Brett showed his versatility slipping seemlessly into the unscripted show, leading informative conversations with some of the biggest names in golf. Brett became the first on-air personality to host a program on both Tennis Channel and Golf Channel in the history of the two networks.
Brett Barnstorms with Powershares Series
In the winter of 2016, Brett will serve his 10th year as the voice of the Powershares Tennis Series. This is the global tennis tour for stars 30 and over. This year's tour is headlined by Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Andy Roddick, James Blake and Michael Chang and others. The Powershares Series plays 12 one-night tournaments across the nation in NBA/NHL arenas. For info on the upcomingseason, log onto www.championsseriestennis.com
Brett & Johnny Mac share the booth in NYC at the DirecTV Old School Challenge
Brett Renews Agreement with Nike Tennis, Continues Second Decade with Iconic Brand
Brett has renewed his agreement with Nike to continue as a consultant and spokesman for the iconic American brand's tennis category. Brett is now in his 15th year with Nike Tennis. He hosts various public events for Nike, including exhibitions, clinics, product launches, promotional events and grassroots initiatives to help promote widespread youth fitness and patricipation in tennis.
Brett Bestowed High Honor of Becoming Enshrinement Ceremony Emcee at the International Tennis Hall of Fame
Having been a contributor to the Hall of Fame's Enshrinement weekend for several years, in 2013, Brett accepted the honor of becoming the emcee of the enshrinement ceremony at the august and historic Casino in Newport, RI. Brett takes over the prestigious honor from Hall of Famer Bud Collins, to whom Brett paid tribute in Newport as a "legend, mentor and generous friend." Brett had the distinct honor in 2014 of helping induct his friend and Tennis Channel colleague Lindsay Davenport. He continues his role as emcee of the Hall of Fame's Rolex Champions Dinner and Sunday morning legends exhibition.