Ted Robinson Biography
Ted Robinson (Theodore Robinson) is an American sportscaster. He has been a play-by-play announcer for tennis and Olympic swimming/diving for NBC Sports since 2000, as well as calling college football and basketball for NBC Sports Network.
He also works for the Tennis Channel and the Pac-12 Network and was the San Francisco 49ers’ radio play-by-play announcer from 2009 to 2018.
Ted Robinson Age
Robinson was born on July 19, 1957, in Queens, New York. He is 63 years old as of 2020.
Ted Robinson Height
Robinson’s body measurements are not yet known.
Ted Robinson Family
Information about his family is unknown for now.
Ted Robinson Wife
Robinson is married to Mary Robinson. The couple is blessed with two children Annie and Pat. They are all graduates of the University of Notre Dame.
Ted Robinson Education
Robinson studied at Chaminade High School, and later graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1978. He used to work with future U.S Senator Joe Donnelly and future Notre Dame football coach Charlie Weis at the college radio station.
Ted Robinson Career
Since 2007, Robinson has called the Australian Open, French Open, US Open, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, and US Open Series for Tennis Channel. From 2000, Robinson has also been the lead analyst for NBC’s tennis coverage.
He anchored the US Open on USA Network for 22 years, gaining praise for his relationship with John McEnroe, which is still broadcast on NBC and Tennis Channel. The men’s singles gold medal match at the 2012 Olympics, which was held at Wimbledon, was also named by the duo.
Over the years, Robinson has worked for a variety of Major League Baseball teams. He worked for the San Francisco Giants for nine seasons as a radio and TV announcer, the Minnesota Twins for six seasons as a TV analyst, the New York Mets for four seasons as a TV and radio announcer, and the Oakland Athletics for three seasons as a TV announcer.
Robinson spent two years as an analyst for The Baseball Network, four years on NBC Sports’ Major League Baseball Game of the Week, and three years as a play-by-play voice for CBS Radio’s Game of the Week, in addition to his work for the Athletics, Mets, Twins, and Giants. Robinson and Steve Stone called the American League Division Series for TBS in 2007.
Robinson has been a play-by-play man for the last eight Olympic Games and acted as NBC’s diving analyst for the 2012 London Olympics. Baseball at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where the United States beat Cuba for the gold medal, and diving and canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, both for NBC, were his first Olympic assignments.
Ted Robinson Net Worth
Robinson has a net worth of around $1-5 million.