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Ep. 1: Bronwyn Greer

Updated: May 5, 2020

“Seeing it all come together and be as perfect as it can be and the best experience for everybody, there’s just something about that. That’s what gets to me. That’s why I continue to do it.”

Bronwyn Greer
Bronwyn Greer, Tournament Director

Bronwyn Greer first walked into a tennis facility to talk about a food service job. Less than a decade later, she was one of a handful of females working as tournament director of a men’s professional tournament on the ATP Tour. 

A native of Canada, Bronwyn lives in Houston where she serves as the Tournament Director of the Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship, an ATP Tour 250 event held at River Oaks Country Club. Started in 1910, the Clay Courts is the only top level professional men’s event on clay in North America, and carries on the long tradition of tournament tennis at River Oaks, which first began hosting events in 1931. Full disclosure, HolterMedia has managed media operations for that tournament since 2009.

In this episode, Bronwyn talks about her work as a tournament director, her experience as General manager of a World Team Tennis franchise, her role at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and her post-graduate education at Ohio University’s Sport Administration program. 

Show Notes

Bronwyn Greer on LinkedIn 

Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship

Wesbsite | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

ATP Tour

Westide Tennis Club

• Houston Wranglers History (page 33

World Team Tennis 

• 2003 Tennis Masters Cup, Wikipedia 

• 2004 Tennis Masters Cup, Wikipedia 

River Oaks Country Club 


Houston Sports  • Zeljko Franulovic, Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters Tournament Director, 1969 River Oaks International (and US Clay) champion

John Isner, 2013 US Clay champion 

2010 Vancouver Olympics 

• Signage outside BC Place, Getty Images 

Moduloc fencing 

• Rain at 2010 Olympics, The Guardian  • Opening Ceremony Cauldron issue, Huffington Post 

• Closing Ceremony, Reuters 

• 2010 Olympic uniform (above) with her boss, Paul Winston

• 2010 Hockey Gold Medal Highlight 

• Opening Ceremony Highlight 

• 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo delayed, ESPN 

Ohio University Sports Administration Program 


Sports Business Journal

Sports Business Daily

Front Office Sports

Australian Open on Twitter

French Open on Twitter

US Open on Twitter

Wimbledon on Twitter

ATP Tour on Twitter

WTA on Twitter

USTA on Twitter

ITF on Twitter

CNN on Twitter 


Jon Wertheim on Twitter

Forbes on Twitter 

Open, by Andre Agassi  

Shoe Dog, by Phil Knight

The Boys on the Boat, by Daniel James Brown

Country music on Pandora


All American 

Tim Hortons Timbits 

Bronwyn's credential collection

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