Apparently network sideline newsbabe Tracy Wolfson isn’t very popular with tennis dorks (see the Wikipedia bio on her below), but who cares what tennis dorks think? These are the same people who can only “play” while everyone around them are silent. I mean, shit, baseball players hit a ball coming at them at 100 miles an hour while the world is screaming at them from 20 yards away, and these tennis pussies can’t hit a ball that they serve up into the air themselves? Give me a break. Anyhoo, Tracy Wolfson is pretty hot, and she was last spotted working the sidelines for CBS college football games.
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Tracy Wolfson, a University of Michigan graduate, is a sideline reporter for CBS for college football, college basketball and the U.S. Open since 2004. Wolfson is also a sideline reporter for coverage of auto racing, skiing, ice skating, gymnastics, track and field and the rodeo.
She used to work for MSG Network as well as covering golf, college football and Arena Football for ESPN from 2002-2003. Her career first started in Trenton, New Jersey as a sports anchor.
She currently resides in New York with her husband.
Tracy has received numerous criticisms regarding her on-air work, including an awkward interview with tennis player Lleyton Hewitt at the 2005 U.S. Open, where she was roundly booed by the crowd.