Russell Fuller Biography
Russell Fuller is a media personality serving as the BBC’s tennis correspondent. He is also the director of Camera Shy Media Training.
Russell Fuller Age
His age is unknown.
Russell Fuller Height
He is tall in stature. However his height is undisclosed.
Russell Fuller Nationality
Fuller is British by nationality.
Russell Fuller Education
Fuller studied at the Royal Grammar School, an independent school in the town of Guildford in Surrey. He also graduated in 1994 from the University of Exeter with a degree in Modern Languages (French and German). Additionally, he earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Cardiff University in 1995.
Russell Fuller Family
There is no information about his parents and siblings.
Russell Fuller Wife
Despite being a media personality, Russell has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight. Therefore, it is not known whether he is married, single or in a relationship. He hasn’t also disclosed whether he has children or not.
Russell Fuller BBC
Fuller is the BBC’s tennis correspondent since August 2013. He leads the radio team at Wimbledon and the year’s other main events. He also contributes regularly to the BBC’s tennis coverage on both television and online.
During his tenure as the BBC’s tennis correspondent, Russell has commentated on Andy Murray’s second Wimbledon title, Roger Federer’s historic win over Rafa Nadal in the 2017 Australian Open final, as well as the end of Britain’s 79 year wait to win the Davis Cup.
Before becoming tennis correspondent, Russell presented a range of news and sport programmes on BBC Radio 5Live, BBC World Service and BBC World TV. As the host of 5Live Sport, Russell presented from the 2016 Rio Olympics, the 2012 London Paralympics, Champions League and Premier League matches, as well as from test matches, Silverstone and The Derby. His news commitments include programmes such as Breakfast and Drive.
For 11 years, he presented the World Service’s Saturday afternoon programme SPORTSWORLD. In that time, he had the opportunity to anchor their coverage of 4 Olympic Games and 3 Africa Nations Cup tournaments, as well as South Africa’s 2010 World Cup and Delhi’s 2010 Commonwealth Games. He also hosted the World Service’s coverage of Live 8 from Hyde Park in 2005.
Fuller has commentated on the Open Golf Championship, the Masters and the Ryder Cup; one day and Twenty20 internationals in cricket; along with canoe sprint at the Rio Olympics and squash at Glasgow’s 2014 Commonwealth Games.
He has also been a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, worked as an after-dinner speaker and hosted conferences and round table discussions in places like Westminster, and for organizations such as UK Sport. He features on TalkSport presenting all the latest football matches.
Russell Fuller Illness
As at 2021, Russell hasn’t reported that he is ill. Therefore he is in perfect health condition.
Russell Fuller Salary and Net Worth
His salary and net worth is under review.
Russell Fuller Instagram
He does not have an Instagram account.