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TENNIS.com Podcast
Tune in to hear the experts from Tennis.com and players on the tour talk about everything tennis, from happenings on the court to trending topics as well as what goes on behind the scenes both on the tour and in the pressroom.
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Chris Eubanks on learning sophomore season less...
"At the end of the year you think back at some of the weeks that maybe you weren’t all there mentally...and you just squander some opportunities. It gets to you; it really, really gets to you. It's something you don’t really expect."
38 min
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Paul Annacone on how belief can set the greats ...
"You better believe in what you're trying to do and the way that you’re trying to deliver it. Time and time again that philosophy has rung true in my mind because I’ve seen the greats do it."
37 min
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Irina Falconi on making a comeback with a reset...
"I would put tennis in front of almost everything. Back in the day that was just that way it was. Now it’s like tennis is third, maybe fourth compared to everything else, happiness is the No. 1 thing."
30 min
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Bob and Mike Bryan on retiring at the 2020 US Open
"I told Micaela the plans for retirement. She actually was crying and she was like, 'You can still go back, if you’re retired you can still come back and play, right?' I'm like, yeah, but it’s pretty final."
28 min
5
Pete Bodo on the past, present and future of te...
"What's a little bit sad now really is that there's pressure to produce a lot, there's the pressure to produce almost on a 24-hour cycle, if you fall into it, certainly during the majors."
36 min
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Eddie Elliott on helping Lauren Davis return to...
"A lot of times it’s like I’m trying to live my best life—whether it’s working out, having a positive approach after matches, before matches, having a positive attitude at tournaments. Because that’s a big thing I feel on tour, your player feeds off of that type of energy."
26 min
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Noah Rubin on finding happiness in the grind
"I got to my career-high ranking at about No. 120 in the world. Not a lot changed… I just didn’t feel, I say this line all the time, but I didn’t feel—even at that point where I was at my best—that tennis was conducive to happiness." 
36 min
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Nick McCarvel on covering the sport in new ways
"It's just that sort of natural approach that I've always had and, yeah, it's taken some fine-tuning. For the most part, it's just breaking down that fourth wall and letting the viewer feel like they're there with you."
32 min
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Jim Courier on making tennis better for everyone
"The business side has been something that I’ve been really educated in. I didn’t go to college, so for me it’s been a real learning curve and a real wonderful one to understand how the world of tennis actually operates."
42 min
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Anne Worcester on becoming UTR's president
"The chance to use use 35 years on all sides of pro tennis—the player side, the tournament side, the sponsor side, my Virginia Slims days and then the governing body side—to make a difference and grow the sport, using technology, was just sort of the chance of a lifetime."
31 min
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Craig Kardon on the coaching carousel
“That’s one of the things I learned right away is you have to be willing to go on the court every single day and get fired, and stick up for what you believe in."
32 min
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Mary Carillo on acing the broadcasting world
"Say yes! If you can’t do it they’ll tap you on the shoulder and get you gone, but just say yes. Experience it and work hard and be curious and do your thing, say yes."
49 min
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Sascha Bajin on working with Grand Slam champions
"Getting paid playing with Serena Williams on a daily basis, I don't care if it's in Palm Beach Gardens or a stadium, it doesn't get much than that."
30 min
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Melanie Oudin on the 10-year anniversary of her...
"To have that kind of run, and people cheering for me, and the whole believe thing, and inspiring a lot of people: I couldn't have asked for anything more than that."
34 min
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Caroline Dolehide on finding her way on tour
"Right now I'm just really thankful, not that I'm winning, but that I feel good because it was really rough six months at the beginning of the year. It's something that we all have to go through."
26 min
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Former No. 1 Liezel Huber on reaching new heigh...
"For me it wasn't about reaching No. 1, but really that platform that I had to stand on to make a difference."
25 min
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Tournament director Joe Ceriello on the NYJTL B...
“We are the largest youth tennis and education nonprofit in the nation. That’s our daily work. Now the NYJTL Bronx Open is the ultimate aspirational event for our kids.”
31 min
18
Love Serving Autism founder Lisa Pugliese on ad...
"I kind of was stunned because I knew he enjoyed tennis, but I didn’t realize how much he loved it, and that was his way of expressing himself."
27 min
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CiCi Bellis on enduring four surgeries and plan...
“Each one I was like, no, I’m not doing the surgery. I’m done with tennis. I’m not going to do this. I’m not going to put my body through this anymore. It’s just not worth it… But I ended up doing it."
31 min
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Wrapping up Roland Garros 2019 and debating grass
TENNIS.com Podcast co-hosts Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi reflect on the fortnight, and look ahead to the grass season—which is already underway.
12 min
21
Debating Federer’s chances against Nadal at Rol...
Week 2 of Roland Garros has been highlighted by Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer setting up their 39th career meeting in Friday’s semifinals.
14 min
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Youth swagger rules Week 1 at Roland Garros
TENNIS.com podcast co-hosts Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi break down and react to some of the most exciting storylines.
15 min
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Gigi Fernandez on transitioning to the real world
“Back then, 33 seemed like I was ancient. I did not know what I was going to do and it was a really difficult transition. I struggled a lot for a lot of years trying to do different things that were not in the tennis world."
28 min
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WTT CEO Carlos Silva on innovating the game
“If you can’t make a little bit of noise, you’re going to be forgotten. I didn’t join WTT to be forgotten, I joined so that I could help take the 40+ years that it’s been around and now grow it into the next era."
18 min
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Steve Weissman on getting into broadcasting
"If you can’t lift people up and help them and make others successful, then what are you? At the end of the day you need to pay it forward and try to help as much as possible."
28 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Entrep...
On this week’s episode of Beyond the Baseline, host Jon Wertheim talks with Washington Kastles owner, investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Mark Ein. As a longtime fan and player of the sport, Ein discusses how he was introduced to tennis as a chi...
38 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — World ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — World No. 3 Petra Kvitova on the 2019 Season
40 min
28
Jared Hiltzik explains the new ITF World Tennis...
“Last year towards the end of the season, I put myself in a good position. Had the changes not occurred I’d be close the Top 300 right now..."
25 min
29
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — David ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — David Epstein on Roger vs. Tiger and Generalization vs. Specialization
52 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Felix ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Felix Auger-Aliassime and Miami Open wrap-up
58 min
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Charleston tournament director Bob Moran on Sou...
"That's what we hold our hat on: We've got to work a little bit hard than everyone else to be successful."
26 min
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Shelby Rogers on her tour return in Charleston
“There’s no real moment where you’re 100 percent sure you’re ready to play again. You just kind of have to jump back in and go for it.”
25 min
33
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — James ...
After being named the Miami Open tournament director in January 2018, James Blake joins the Beyond the Baseline podcast to talk about the tournament’s move from Key Biscayne to its new location at the home stadium of the Miami Dolphins.
38 min
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Judy Murray on building a legacy for Andy and J...
“You need to prepare for a legacy. You can’t just say, ‘Oh they stopped playing. We need a legacy.’”
49 min
35
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Checki...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Checking in from Indian Wells
30 min
36
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Kevin ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Kevin Anderson on sustainability in tennis
43 min
37
Nicole Gibbs opens up about depression, motivat...
"For all of the trolling we get on social media, I find it fascinating how positive and supportive people are when you talk about mental health issues."
36 min
38
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Former...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Former Player, Daily Show Correspondent Michael Kosta
38 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Rowan ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Rowan Ricardo Phillips on the Year in Tennis in 2017
51 min
40
From Team Stephens and now Team Puig, Othmane “...
"You’ve got their back, that goes both ways for a male or female tennis player. You have to earn their trust in the beginning."
26 min
41
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Pam Sh...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Pam Shriver's Proposal for the USTA
40 min
42
Bjorn Fratangelo on embracing the grind
"I just try to do as well as I can every week and make the most of what I can and can’t control. I’ve learned a lot over the past year with how things have kind of gone and where my faults were."
32 min
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A look at the most memorable storylines from th...
TENNIS.com Podcast co-hosts Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi dissect the fortnight by pointing out the storylines that grabbed their attention.
25 min
44
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Martin...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Martin Blackman on the State of American Tennis
28 min
45
An in-depth chat with Madison Keys
"I have gotten to a point where if I don’t make make a quarter of a Slam or a tournament, it wasn’t good, and even then it’s still not great, it’s barely acceptable. So I’m pretty tough on myself."
32 min
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Beyond the Baseline with Jon Wertheim — Chris E...
At the start of the 2019 season ahead of the Australian Open, Chris Evert joins the Beyond the Baseline podcast and gives an update on her own life, including what it was like to attend the funeral of George H.W.
55 min
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Jarmere Jenkins on being part of Team Serena
"Being Serena—she doesn’t just wake up and she’s Serena. Every single day there's a purpose for the training, there’s an objective for the fitness—and she’s so much more than the tennis."
28 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Discus...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Discussing the 2019 ITF Transition Tour with Geoff Grant
54 min
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Living legend Nick Bollettieri on his humble be...
“In order to do what I’ve done, you have to be a little crazy. You can’t listen to people that say you can’t do it.”
36 min
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Sven Groeneveld on the art of coaching
"What kind of computer system am I running here—is it Apple or is it Microsoft? We need to speak the same language and the language of the player is more important than my language."
36 min
51
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Mike B...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Mike Bryan on Twin Brother Bob's Comeback, 2019 Season
46 min
52
Kent Kinnear on life in Lake Nona and the futur...
"Tennis has been unbelievable to me—I've had the opportunities to experience it at a lot of different levels and places."
26 min
53
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Mary C...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Mary Carillo Talks 2019, New Davis Cup
63 min
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UTR’s Stephen Amritraj on the business side of...
"I think you’re essentially starting a business when you turn pro.”
31 min
55
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Jimmy ...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Jimmy Arias on Coaching Tennis's Next Generation
53 min
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Danielle Lao on pro life from the perspective ...
"I told myself, Danielle, if you can make a Grand Slam qualifying [draw] you are totally overachieving in life."
37 min
57
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — What W...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — What We'll Remember from the 2018 Season
31 min
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Alison Riske on taking part in the Fed Cup final
“In my experience, not even one week, it’s one match—if I’m able to get through that one match to give me the confidence back—honest to God, that’s usually all it takes to turn something around.”
38 min
59
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Taylor...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Taylor Fritz on Innovations in Tennis
24 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Reem A...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Reem Abulleil on Tennis in the Middle East
42 min
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Defending points, ranking drops and on-court co...
Tennis giveth, and tennis taketh away. The end of the season is finally in sight, and with so many players defending—or losing—huge chunks of points.
27 min
62
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Mats W...
Current Eurosport commentator and seven-time Grand Slam champion Wilander joins the podcast to discuss various tennis storylines, including Novak Djokovic’s resurgence this season and the obstacles he faced over the last year; Roger Federer’s 2018 seas...
42 min
63
Wheelchair champion Gordon Reid on the growth o...
Grand Slam champion Gordon Reid joins the podcast to talk about his career and the growth of wheelchair tennis.
31 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — WTA CE...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — WTA CEO Steve Simon
37 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Discus...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Discussing the Fall Season's Top Storylines
32 min
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Kevin Anderson on Laver Cup, college tennis and...
The podcast's Nina Pantic caught up with world No. 9 in Chicago.
28 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Paul A...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Paul Annacone on Laver Cup 2018
48 min
68
Rod Laver on who he thinks the GOAT is
It's not every day you get to speak with one of the greatest players in the history of the sport.
25 min
69
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Canadi...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Canadian Doubles Specialist Daniel Nestor
40 min
70
Former world No. 8 Mark Philippoussis on the ne...
He gives his thoughts on life after tennis, his latest work with the clothing company Jacques, playing Roger Federer and more.
49 min
71
Bethanie Mattek-Sands on completing her comebac...
The 33-year-old talks about her philosophies on dealing with injuries, how she stays positive, her relationship with Wimbledon, how long she sees herself playing and more.
28 min
72
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Serena...
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim — Serena Williams, umpire Carlos Ramos and the 2018 US Open women's final
20 min
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Daniela Hantuchova on life after a successful o...
"It's beautiful when you close one door how many new ones open up."
22 min
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Andy Roddick on playing in New York as a home f...
The Hall of Famer also shares his opinion on the new Fan Voting initiative for the Class of '19.
24 min
75
New mom Olga Govortsova on her return to the tour
"Before everybody was traveling with puppies, now everybody is traveling with babies." Nina and Irina introduce their first guest, former world No. 35 Olga Govortsova.
24 min
76
Debunking the pressroom, Tsitsipas’ rise and US...
A lot goes on behind the scenes to get the story or video you're seeing after a match, so Nina and Irina break it all down from a reporter and player's perspective.
29 min
77
Montreal, Andy Murray’s emotions and sibling ri...
Rain in Washington forced six women to withdraw from Montreal—Is there a solution for that sort of chaos?
27 min
78
Drug tests, ranking anxiety and juggling mother...
What's it like to be drug tested on the WTA Tour? Ranking is everything, but what happens when you obsess over it too much?
24 min
79
Taylor Swift, huge paychecks and college choices
What do Taylor Swift and World Team Tennis have in common? Was college tennis the right choice? Irina and Nina talk all things tennis.
29 min
80
An inside look at Wimbledon 2018
What's it like to play on Centre Court against Kerber? Why aren't there more grass events? Are children the key to longevity? Irina and Nina dive into those questions and a lot more after a wild Wimbledon 2018.
29 min
81
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Nick Bo...
Wertheim and Bollettieri talk ahead of the premiere of the Showtime documentary, Love Means Zero, which focuses on Bollettieri's life and features interviews with his former students.
44 min
82
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Chanda ...
Just a few days after the French Open, host Jon Wertheim wraps up the tournament and discusses recent headlines with Chanda Rubin.
44 min
83
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Rennae ...
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Rennae Stubbs about the WTA tour and she shares insight on Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Caroline Wozniacki and more.
37 min
84
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Werthiem: Rising ...
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Danielle Collins, who has surged into the top 50 in the WTA rankings.​
39 min
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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Chris N...
On this episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Chris Nashawaty, a movie critic for Entertainment Weekly and author of the new book, Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story.
39 min
86
Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Jake El...
Tennis player and Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott joins the podcast fresh off his Super Bowl LII championship.
35 min
87
Beyond the Baseline with John Wertheim: Wrappin...
Host Jon Wertheim talks with SI.com tennis editor Jamie Lisanti about the 2018 Australian Open and the implications the results will have on the coming weeks of tennis.
41 min
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Beyond the Baseline with Jon Wertheim: Mary Car...
On the Beyond the Baseline Podcast, Sports Illustrated executive editor, Tennis Channel commentator and host Jon Wertheim takes fans between the lines with tennis commentary and exclusive interviews with the top players and newsmakers on the ATP and WTA
62 min
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Pre-U.S. Open Potpourri
Steve Tignor has covered plenty of ground over the last week. On the TENNIS.com Podcast, we dig into each of his posts in greater detail.
35 min
90
Catching Up Before Canada
Steve and Ed are back after a bit of summer vacation to discuss the biggest stories in the sport.
29 min
91
Tennis in 10, Wimbledon Semifinals
In Venus Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer vs. Marin Cilic we have two Wimbledon finals with much in common. Ed McGrogan looks back at how the fortnight's final four got here, and what we can expect over the weekend.
12 min
92
Tennis in 10, Wimbledon Quarterfinals
The semis are set—and there are certainly some surprises. Ed McGrogan discusses Andy Murray's shortcomings, Simona Halep's exit and CoCo Vandeweghe's flop, and then focuses on the survivors.
11 min
93
Tennis in 10, “Manic Monday” Review
Wimbledon's fourth-round extravaganza lived up to its nickname, with some great early women's matches, including Garbine Muguruza's win over top seed Angelique Kerber, and a number of five-setters on the men's side.
15 min
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Tennis in 30, “Memorable Monday” Mega Preview
The first Monday of Wimbledon is hotly anticipated, but the second Monday may be even better. Ed McGrogan breaks down all 16 fourth-round matches in an extended Tennis in 10 Podcast.
30 min
95
Tennis in 10, Wimbledon Day 5
An entertaining day of play at the All England Club has given us some tantalizing fourth-round matches, including Azarenka vs. Halep and Ostapenko vs. Svitolina. Ed McGrogan recaps Friday and looks ahead to what's next in SW19.
10 min
96
Tennis in 10: Wimbledon, Day 2 in Review
After a satisfying feast for fans on Day 1, Wimbledon served up a rare dud on Tuesday. We discuss one of the sport's biggest problems—retirements—and go through the mostly drama-free matches that went to a full conclusion.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, Wimbledon Day 2
Opening day at the All England Club gave us much to discuss, which Ed McGrogan does in under 10 minutes.
11 min
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Tennis In 10: Wimbledon, Day 1
One of tennis' most anticipated days is here: opening day at the All England Club. Ed McGrogan breaks down Monday's must-see matches, and the tournament as a whole.
10 min
99
Turf Talk: Considering the tours as Wimbledon b...
Grass, tennis' most unpredictable surface, is a fitting battleground for what may be a chaotic Wimbledon. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan give their thoughts on the game after Roland Garros.
29 min
100
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 15: La Decimation...
What more can be said about Rafa at Roland Garros? Ed McGrogan tries his best, in less than 10 minutes.
10 min
101
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 14: Jelena Ostape...
Just 20 years old, the Latvian struck 54 winners and staged a major comeback on one of the sport's grandest stages to win her first title—and it's a big one. Ed McGrogan breaks it down in under 10 minutes.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 13: Nadal and Waw...
Will we get a great men's final? Ed McGrogan considers the match-up between Rafa, the in-form nine-time champion, and Stan, the forever dangerous underdog. Plus: stay until the end of the podcast for a special guest appearance.
9 min
103
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 12: Simona Halep ...
Thursday's semifinals have given us a fascinating final to consider at Roland Garros.
10 min
104
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 11: Nole goes dow...
Novak Djokovic's reign as Roland Garros champion came to a shocking end, Simona Halep mounted a stunning comeback, and my must-see quarterfinal was a cover-your-eyes dud. It was a busy and pivotal day in Paris, which Ed McGrogan recaps in under 10 minutes
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 10
Only two matches were completed on a rainy Tuesday at Roland Garros, but both were significant. Ed McGrogan discusses Timea Bacsinszky's return to the French Open semifinals and Jelena Ostapenko's latest victory over Caroline Wozniacki.
10 min
106
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 9
The quarterfinals are set at Roland Garros. Cilic vs. Wawrinka; Halep vs. Svitolina; Garcia vs. Pliskova—which players do you think will emerge? Ed McGrogan gives his thoughts on today's report.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 8
There will be a first-time Grand Slam champion at this year's French Open. And that's a good thing. Ed McGrogan breaks down a women's draw brimming with opportunity, and the latest runs of red-clay success by Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 7
Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka were two of Saturday's big winners—not only did they win against potentially troublesome opponents, but they got their matches in before rain halted play for good. In addition, France is guaranteed a quarterfinalist thanks to
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 6
From Novak Djokovic's five-set scare to some extremely competitive women's matches, the first day of third-round play delivered the entertainment value we've come to expect from the Slams. Ed McGrogan recaps a great Day 6—all in under 10 minutes.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 5
We're into the third round at Roland Garros, where Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro will collide. Both men were tested on Day 5, as were three Top 10 seeds on the women's side. Ed McGrogan runs it down, and looks ahead on Friday's play, in under 10 m
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 4
Garbine Muguruza and Venus Williams didn't come into the French Open with much momentum, but a decimated draw has given their title chances a boost. We discuss their second-round wins, Wednesday's other notable results and look ahead to Day 5—all in less
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 3
Aside from Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's tightrope walk against Renzo Olivo, the first round of play is over—and not a moment too soon. We look ahead to the second round of play in Paris and bid adieu to Alexander Zverev, whose stay at Roland Garros was a brief on
10 min
113
Tennis in 10, French Open Day 2
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal rolled in their Roland Garros openers, leaving the Memorial Day drama to Americans Jennifer Brady and Donald Young. Ed McGrogan breaks down the day of play in Paris in under 10 minutes.
10 min
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Tennis in 10, French Open Day 1
On this special podcast—pojdcast?—Ed McGrogan runs down Petra Kvitova's feel-good victory, Angelique Kerber's desultory defeat and the rest of the opening day's happenings at Roland Garros. All in under 10 minutes.
10 min
115
What to make of the WTA?
With Serena out—and, for now, Maria, Vika and Petra on the outside—there's more uncertainty in the women's game than ever. We take a deep dive into the WTA to assess the landscape, determine French Open favorites and predict the tour's future.
27 min
116
Special: Tennis Channel’s Jon Wertheim on his u...
A group of Americans recently traveled to Cuba for the first work project in decades: repairing dilapidated tennis courts at the National Tennis Center in Havana. Having traveled the globe for feature reporting for Sports Illustrated, Wertheim explains h
16 min
117
A Tradition Unlike Any Other: The Miami Masters...
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the new dynamic of the Roger-Rafa rivalry, Nick Kyrgios' renewed sense of purpose, Miami champion Johanna Konta and runner-up Caroline Wozniacki, plus this week's tennis in Charleston and around the world in Davis Cup.
35 min
118
March Madness: Roger Federer and Elena Vesnina ...
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan reconvene to recap a busy BNP Paribas Open and look ahead to the Miami Open. Plus, a discussion about what went wrong for the sport after Sunday's long WTA final in Indian Wells.
34 min
119
Finally, Ryan Harrison
The well-spoken and very talented American claimed a long-awaited first title—and he's still just 24. We discuss his winning in Memphis, Karolina Pliskova and Roger Federer, who will apparently play through 2019.
21 min
120
Catching Up With Fed and Davis Cup
Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor discuss the recently completed first rounds of each international team competition, and look at what's happened on the tours in February.
25 min
121
After Australia, The Slam We Won’t Soon Forget
The season's first major gave us Serena's 23rd Slam—at the expense of her sister—Dimitrov's revival, CoCo's breakthrough and, perhaps, Federer's greatest win ever. We discuss it all.
32 min
122
Survivor: Australia
What a week in Melbourne. It's time to recap it all, and project our favorite potential finals, in the podcast.
28 min
123
Australian Open Special: Dissecting the draws
We parse each quarter of both Down Under draws—it's a grand preview you won't want to miss.
44 min
124
Week 2: Let the analysis and knee-jerk reaction...
How much stock should we put into Grigor Dimitrov's opening-week triumph, Novak Djokovic's win over Andy Murray, and Angelique Kerber's pair of January losses? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan give their thoughts.
20 min
125
Week 1: Are you ready?
Ready or not, a new season is here. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan assess a now-healthy Big Four in the ATP, and consider how all the major off-court developments in the WTA will affect the tour's top contenders.
21 min
126
Discussing the Davis Cup Final, and the last ac...
Argentina, forever a bridesmaid in Davis Cup, gets another shot against Croatia. We preview the final matches of the tennis season and consider the ramifications of the ATP World Tour Finals.'
26 min
127
11th Month, 11th Hour
While Andy Murray became No. 1, Jack Sock and John Isner ended their years on high notes. We discuss Paris, and look ahead to the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
24 min
128
Final Thoughts on Kyrgios; First Look at WTA Fi...
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan dig into a busy week of tennis news, on and off the court.
22 min
129
Sharapova’s Suspension Reduced; WTA CEO Speaks ...
It's been a very interesting week off the court. We discuss three hot-button issues surrounding the game.
31 min
130
Focusing on the Fall
What does the post-U.S. Open season mean for Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Angelique Kerber and other top tour names? Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor reconvene to discuss the remainder of the tennis calendar.
29 min
131
Tennis in 10: Previewing the U.S. Open Finals
We're down to the final four players, and two compelling title matches. Ed McGrogan breaks down Pliskova vs. Kerber and Djokovic vs. Wawrinka.
10 min
132
Tennis in 10: Women’s Final, Men’s Semifinals
Serena loses, Pliskova vs. Kerber, Nole's true test, Gaels great opportunity. Ed Mcgrogan breaks it all down from the U.S. Open
10 min
133
Tennis in 10: Novak Djokovic’s Return; Caroline...
After a day of less-than-compelling quarterfinals, Ed McGrogan considers what's next at the U.S. Open for the victors.
10 min
134
Tennis in 10: Assessing the U.S. Open Quarterfi...
Agnieszka Radwanska's surprising loss means Ana Konjuh is into the final eight. How far can she go, and what about the men's draw?
10 min
135
Tennis in 10, U.S. Open Day 6: Statement Saturday
Whether it was one-sided victories (Venus, Serena, del Potro) or marathon comebacks (Halep, Wawrinka), the top seeds made their presence felt at Flushing Meadows in reaching the second week.
10 min
136
Tennis in 10, U.S. Open Day 5: Third-round verd...
It was a surprising day, in ways both good and bad, for a trio of talented American men.
10 min
137
Tennis in 10: After two rounds, who are the U.S...
Ed McGrogan doles out some first-week awards in his daily recap.
10 min
138
Tennis in 10: Top 5 seeds Muguruza, Raonic fall...
The U.S. Open got its first wave of significant upsets on Wednesday, while Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal avoided any such drama.
10 min
139
Tennis in 10: Chalk holds on Day 2 at the U.S. ...
Dominic Thiem and Steve Johnson survived in five, while night-match headliners Serena Williams and Andy Murray cruised in Flushing Meadows. What does it all mean?
10 min
140
Tennis in 10: A delightful and deep Day 1 at th...
Between two all-American five-setters, a strong Grandstand debut and Novak Djokovic's evening test, it was one of the better opening nights at the Slams in some time.
10 min
141
Tennis in 10: What to watch for at the U.S. Open
This will be a U.S. Open to remember for those attending the tournament and watching from home. Ed McGrogan runs down the highlights from the season's final Slam.
10 min
142
Djokovic’s defeat, the Williamses’ loss and mor...
How do you explain some of the surprises in Rio? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down the early action in the podcast.
22 min
143
Wimbledon in Review
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up to discuss a long but ultimately satisfying fortnight.
37 min
144
The Past, Present and Future of Tennis Writing
In a special podcast for TENNIS.com's 20th Anniversary, Louisa Thomas of The New Yorker (and formerly of Grantland) joins Ed McGrogan to discuss the craft of tennis writing, today's trends and what tomorrow may bring.
45 min
145
Turf Talk
How will the French Open champions fare as the tours shift to grass? Plus, thoughts on Roger's return, Thiem's recent play, and the Murray-Lendl reunion.
26 min
146
French Open Preview Podcast
Parsing Paris' preeminent storylines before the clay-court major gets underway.
24 min
147
Rafa Unleashed
It's been full steam ahead for Rafael Nadal, both on and off the court. We discuss the star Spaniard, Angelique Kerber and look ahead to Madrid.
27 min
148
Clay is Underway
Thoughts on Sloane Stephens' win in Charleston, a star-studded field in Monte Carlo, and Jordan Spieth's collapse at the Masters.
24 min
149
The End, and The Beginning, of The Masters
A major month of tennis is in the books. After a proper introduction, Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor give their thoughts on the Miami Open and March's results.
27 min
150
The Davis Cup Download
Ed and Steve discuss an entertaining first round and look ahead to some tantalizing quarterfinals. Plus, our thoughts on Bud Collins.
29 min
151
An Early Examination of Indian Wells
March is here, and so are two big hard-court tournaments. We discuss Venus' return, Halep's status, Federer's omission, Djokovic's desire, and much more.
25 min
152
WTA Emergency Podcast
Last week, Dubai's top eight seeds went 0-8. This week in Doha, we've already seen Kerber and Halep drop their openers. It's time we talk
17 min
153
Fritz Makes a Final; Delpo in Delray
The early success of 18-year-old American Taylor Fritz, and the latest comeback from star-crossed Juan Martin del Potro, are topics worth talking about.
23 min
154
Fed Cup and Follow Up
In this edition of the podcast, we look back at Switzerland's success in Fed Cup and ask the question: Has anything changed since match-fixing allegations rocked tennis?
23 min
155
Australian Open Recap
Ed and Steve return to run down all the happenings from the Happy Slam, including Djokovic's latest title and Serena's surprising stumble. Plus: Winners and losers from Down Under.
33 min
156
2016 Australian Open Preview Podcast
With the draws ready for dissection, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the best matches, upset picks and possible scenarios that could unfold Down Under.
32 min
157
The Results Are In
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan recap a busy opening weekend of tennis, including Milos Raonic's attention-grabbing win over Roget Federer, Victoria Azarenka's blitzkrieg in Brisbane, and the unstoppable Novak Djokovic.
28 min
158
Hello, Friends: Week One Woes
Tennis stumbles at the start with a rash of injuries and withdrawals. Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor discuss the carnage as well as the Miami Open, which could be on the move.
20 min
159
The 2016 Preview Podcast
New coaches, Federer's funky schedule, the Olympics and much more: We discuss the upcoming season. Plus: Parting words on Robin Soderling
38 min
160
Off-Season’s Greetings
After reviewing the last match of the year—Andy Murray's Davis Cup-clinching win—Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor look back at the best matches of 2015.
20 min
161
The Final Days of Tennis, 2015
With the World Tour Finals behind us and the last event of the year, the Davis Cup final, nearing, we reconvene on the podcast.
25 min
162
WTA Wrap-Up, plus Roger vs. Rafa
Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor discuss a busy weekend in tennis, including the WTA Finals and a Federer-Nadal final in Basel
22 min
163
WTA Finals Fast-cast
With the round-robin portion of Singapore behind us, we discuss the final four, and the most notable casualty, Simona Halep
11 min
164
Novak Djokovic’s Incredible 2015 Season
We consider Nole's campaign against some of the greats, and look ahead to the WTA Finals in Singapore.
16 min
165
A Slam for Venus, a coach for Rafa?
We discuss both possibilities and much more about the two tours in this week's podcast.
24 min
166
Stacey Allaster’s Legacy
As the podcast returns, we say goodbye to departing WTA CEO Stacey Allaster, another round of Davis Cup, and the Grand Slam season.
23 min
167
2015 U.S. Open Women’s Preview Podcast
After discussing the clear story of the tournament, Ed McGrogan and Nina Pantic break down the women's bracket.
25 min
168
2015 U.S. Open Men’s Preview Podcast
Albert Chen of Sports Illustrated joins Ed McGrogan to break down the men's bracket—and to discuss the other big happening in Flushing, the New York Mets.
57 min
169
Americans in D.C.; Everyone in Canada
Thoughts on Sloane Stephens' win in Washington, the Rogers Cup in Montreal and Toronto, plus more.
21 min
170
Who Has the Most to Gain?
Before we head north for the Rogers Cup, we consider what this week means for players in D.C., Stanford, and Kitzbuhel. Plus: Where does Rafa stand before he heads to hard courts?
33 min
171
The Past, Present, and Future Podcast
Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor reunite on the podcast, discuss where the game stands in the summer, and discuss the 50th Anniversary of TENNIS Magazine.
22 min
172
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Finals in...
Recapping championship performances and close calls.
26 min
173
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Semifinal...
The Wimbledon finals are set: Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer and Serena Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza. Ed McGrogan discusses the finalists and the final-four match-ups from the All England Club
25 min
174
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Quarterfi...
Ed McGrogan weighs in on the winners at Wimbledon, and some of the departed.
33 min
175
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Manic Mon...
Venus and Serena started the day, while Djokovic and Anderson concluded it—sort of. Ed McGrogan recaps it all on today's podcast.
20 min
176
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Round-of-...
On Middle Sunday, we look ahead to Manic Monday's 16 round-of-16 matches, including Venus vs. Serena.
33 min
177
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Day 5
A dramatic day at Wimbledon ended with a match that wouldn't end: Marin Cilic and John Isner remain tied at 10-all. Ed McGrogan recaps it all.
23 min
178
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Day 4
Dustin Brown's upset of Rafael Nadal leads our audio recap of Thursday's action from the All England Club.
19 min
179
Across the Pond-cast: 2015 Wimbledon, Day 3
We know half of the third round after three days of play. In today's podcast, we break down the ever-changing brackets.
29 min
180
Across the Pond-cast: Wimbledon, Day 2
Our audio recap of the action from the All England Club.'
37 min
181
From Dirt, Lawns Grow
Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor take stock of the tours as we say goodbye to clay and welcome three weeks of grass-court play.
26 min
182
Podcast on Paris: What’s next at the French Open
With a week of play in the books, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan look back—and look ahead—on Roland Garros
22 min
183
Rome Review + Thoughts on “Mad Men” Series Finale
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan take stock of the tours after Rome—and give their thoughts on the "Mad Men" series finale.
39 min
184
Clay-Court Chat: Madrid & Rome
After an upset-filled week in Madrid, the tours slide over to Rome. We discuss both big clay events.
16 min
185
Madrid: A Clay-Court Feast
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss an already intriguing Madrid Open, where world No. 2 Simona Halep suffered a first-round loss.
21 min
186
Djokovic, Nadal, and their Monte Carlo Meeting
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the ramifications of Nole's latest win over Rafa
17 min
187
Red Clay Gets Underway in Monte Carlo
For the first significant clay-court tournament of the season, there's a lot on the line. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the draw.
21 min
188
Hard To Say Goodbye: Miami Recap
As we leave hard courts behind (for now), two familiar names are ruling the sport—and ruled in Miami. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan recap the tournament and consider where we're at now.
24 min
189
Indian Wells: What We Know, And Think We Know
There are many intriguing fourth-round match-ups at Indian Wells, but are they just appetizers to the main course, served by the Big Four and Serena? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the draws so far.
20 min
190
Indian Wells Preview Podcast: ATP
The Big 4 lead the four quarters of the draw. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down the men's bracket.
18 min
191
Indian Wells Preview Podcast: WTA
Serena returns, as does Keys; could we see a surprise champion, or at least Vika vs. Maria in round three? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the Indian Wells women's draw.
21 min
192
Finalizing February
In advance of Indian Wells, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan recap title runs by Safarova, Federer, Nadal, and Ferrer to close out February.
21 min
193
Discussing Dubai, and Nadal’s New Approach
Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor take a closer look at the loaded WTA and ATP fields in Dubai, and consider Rafael Nadal's latest clay-court run.
25 min
194
Fed Cup Takeaways; State of the Men’s Game
While it was a busier-than-usual weekend of Fed Cup, Novak Djokovic is alone at the top—for now. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan talk tennis as we leave Australia behind.
24 min
195
Australian Open Finals Previews
Will Murray finally win an Aussie Open? Can we expect anything different from Sharapova against Serena? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the final days Down Under.
18 min
196
2015 Australian Open: Federer’s Loss & The Firs...
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan get together to discuss the opening week of play Down Under.
19 min
197
Australian Open Preview
Ed McGrogan and Nina Pantic break down the Aussie Open brackets, quarter by quarter.
46 min
198
Opening Week & Rafa’s Early Woes
The new year has just begun, but there's already concern about Rafael Nadal. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the Spanish star, Vika, Stan, and some notable youngsters.
25 min
199
2015 Predictions Podcast: The Men
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan guess next year's Top 10. Some of our picks may surprise you.
45 min
200
2015 Predictions Podcast: The Women
Nina Pantic and Ed McGrogan guess next year's Top 10, which includes some mainstays and surprises.
38 min
201
Men’s Year-End Wrap-Up
With London and Lille behind us, we give our final thoughts on the ATP World Tour Finals, Davis Cup Final, and 2014 as a whole.
17 min
202
ATP World Tour Finals Preview
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down the groups in London and discuss the long-term future of the tournament
20 min
203
Home Stretch in Singapore; Race to London
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the latest news from the WTA's season-ending event and a busy week of ATP play.
16 min
204
The Past, Present, and Future Podcast
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the legacy of Vic Braden, the state of Maria Sharapova, and forecast a suddenly shifting ATP tour
17 min
205
The Big Fall Questions
What should we expect from Rafa's latest comeback? Who will be Serena's next big challenger? And how important is winning a Davis Cup to Roger Federer? Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor give their answers.
22 min
206
Catching Up with Matt Cronin
Matt Cronin, one of the most dedicated and respected journalists in sports, has been fighting a health battle throughout 2014. Before he returns to the press room at the U.S. Open, we discussed his world and the tennis world on the podcast.
20 min
207
Canada Chat
Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the importance of the Rogers Cup, the opportunity of Milos Raonic, the return of Victoria Azarenka, and the final stretch of the Slam season.
17 min
208
Simona Halep & Eugenie Bouchard: What’s Next?
They've risen up the ranks and infiltrated the Top 10. Have Halep and Bouchard reached their ceilings, or are their ascents only the beginning?
10 min
209
Wimbledon Recap Podcast
Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss two very different but resonant finals, which saw Petra Kvitova and Novak Djokovic win their second Wimbledon titles.
17 min
210
More Than The Big Four: The Men at Wimbledon
Nadal and Murray are out, while Federer and Djokovic have kept their title hopes alive—but not if Dimitrov or Raonic can help it. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss a most interesting men's event at Wimbledon.'
20 min
211
The Wimbledon Halftime Podcast
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up at Wimbledon's midpoint to discuss Serena's surprising loss, women's contenders, young men making moves, and the darkness issue at the All England Club.
15 min
212
The Wimbledon Preview Podcast
Andy Murray lifted Britain's curse, but there is still much to anticipate at a wide-open Wimbledon. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the top topics.
26 min
213
Press-Room Podcast: Sharapova Tops Halep in Cla...
In one of the best women's Grand Slam finals in years, Maria Sharapova held off debutant Simona Halep to win her second French Open title. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the day and look ahead to the men's final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic
7 min
214
Press-Room Podcast: Federer Falls and Much More
Sharapova survives, Murray wins 12-10, Monfils/Fognini drama (again), Canadian champions? Reporting from Paris, Peter Bodo catches up with Ed McGrogan.
13 min
215
Press-Room Podcast: Serena, Venus Go Down, Town...
Who would have guessed that 18-year-old Taylor Townsend, playing in her first major, would go farther than either Williams sister? Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on these Day 4 developments from Roland Garros.
8 min
216
Press Room Podcast: Stan Stunned at French Open
What should we make of Stan Wawrinka's first-round implosion at the French Open? Peter Bodo gives us his thoughts from Paris.
7 min
217
Rome Review
Is Rafael Nadal still the French Open favorite? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up after the last major tune-up—and before the clay-court major.'
21 min
218
Roger in Rome; Rivalries at Roland Garros
Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss Roger Federer's brief return at the Italian Open, and what we can expect to see from him down the road. Plus, is Maria Sharapova catching up to Serena Williams?
19 min
219
Mulling Madrid
The men's event is Federer-free and devoid of Djokovic. What does that mean for Nadal, Wawrinka, and other possible contenders? Will the stronger women's event use this opportunity to seize the spotlight?'
16 min
220
Monte Carlo Musings
The red-clay season really gets going in Monaco. Will a familiar face take the title, or is this small Masters draw ripe for some major upsets? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss.
15 min
221
Serena Stumbles, Davis Cup Quarterfinals, Rafa-...
Indian Wells and Miami are behind us, but there's still plenty of tennis happenings to discuss Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up to do just that.
17 min
222
Miami vs. Indian Wells; Maria vs. Serena
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the differences between March's two big tournaments, and the lopsided record of a high-profile semifinal match-up.
14 min
223
Coach’s Corner
Murray and Lendl ended their fruitful coaching relationship, while other high-profile partnerships are just getting started. (Oh, and Caroline Wozniacki let yet another coach go.) Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan take stock of these tandems.
18 min
224
College Tennis Special
Colette Lewis of ZooTennis.com joins the podcast to discuss what's become of UCLA and Virginia since last year's unforgettable NCAA final, this year's title contenders, and the state of the college game.
21 min
225
March Gladness
The world's top players reunite for the first time since Melbourne at Indian Wells and Miami. We look at who needs a deep run (or two), and who should beware the Ides of March.
20 min
226
Midweek Report: Doha & Rotterdam
Venus was very nearly victorious, while Gael gave the Dutch crowd more show than substance. We examine their exits in the podcast.
17 min
227
Potpourri Podcast
Doha, Dubai; Fed Cup, Davis Cup -- and more Aussie Open fallout. We discuss it all in this week's podcast.
25 min
228
Rafa d. Roger Review; Aussie Finals Preview
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up after Fedal XXXIII and look ahead to the men's and women's finals in Oz.
13 min
229
After Aussie Open Carnage, Roger vs. Rafa
It's been one big happening after another at the Australian Open, with no end in sight: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will square off in the semis. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan preview their latest bout and recap what's happened thus far in Oz.
11 min
230
The Australian Open Podcast: Vika vs. Sloane, J...
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor previews two blockbuster fourth-rounders with online editor Ed McGrogan, looks ahead at Andy Murray's chances and looks back at a memorable week for the Aussies.
14 min
231
The Australian Open Podcast: Round Two Report
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor gives his thoughts on what's happened thus far at the Australian Open, and the heat that's played a major factor in the results.
14 min
232
The Australian Open Podcast: Pressers, Qualies,...
As the Aussie Open nears, the players discussed court speed, the qualifiers made one final push, and Juan Martin del Potro won another tournament. Steve Tignor, reporting from Melbourne, discusses it all with Ed McGrogan.
15 min
233
Recapping Wild Week One
Six days in, and the 2014 season is already six tournaments old. We discuss the champions, upsets, and much more from events around the globe.
19 min
234
Offseason Chatter: New Coaches, New CEO, and th...
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss leadership moves made by Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki, and the ATP, plus the cost of doing business with the game's top players.
18 min
235
Davis Cup Final: One Last Look
Richard Pagliaro returns from Belgrade with thoughts on the Djokovic doubles drama and more from the Davis Cup final.
14 min
236
World Tour Finals Review, Davis Cup Final Preview
After some closing thoughts on the ATP's season-ending event, Peter Bodo, Steve Tignor, and Ed McGrogan discuss the (truly) final event of the year, which pits the Czech Republic against Serbia.
17 min
237
Channel Surfing: Paris Review, London Preview
There's no time to waste as the ATP World Tour Finals started just hours after the Paris Masters ended. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss both prestigious events.
17 min
238
WTA Championships Early Preview
The round-robin draws haven't been made, but there's plenty to discuss before the pageantry begins in Istanbul.
25 min
239
Discussing del Potro
Now 25, Juan Martin del Potro continues to divide opinion with his up and down performances. Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor assess where the world No. 5 is at.
17 min
240
3Nalbandian’s Past, Li’s Present, Rafa’s Future
What should we make of David Nalbandian's polarizing career, Li Na's play at the China Open, and Rafael Nadal's indoor swing? All the answers on the podcast, with Ed McGrogan, Richard Pagliaro, and Peter Bodo.
20 min
241
The Anti-Big 4 Week Podcast
Are we selling the "old" Big Four short? Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss Andy Murray's concerns, the ranking system and Roger Federer, and fall tennis memories.
23 min
242
Davis Cup: Semifinal Review, Final Preview
The Czech Republic crushed Argentina, while Serbia scraped by Canada. We look back at the final four and look ahead to November's final.
20 min
243
Concerned, Not Concerned, or Very Concerned?
As the U.S. Open draws near, how should we feel about Vika, Maria, Serena, Andy, Nole, and Roger? Richard Pagliaro and Ed McGrogan give their opinions.
35 min
244
Cincinnati Preview Podcast
Can Serena or Rafa follow up their Canada crowns with a win in Ohio? We break down the men's and women's Cincy draws, which see Federer, Azarenka, and Sharapova -- along with Jimmy Connors -- make their U.S. summer hard-court debuts.
39 min
245
The All-Federer Podcast
After three surprising losses, what does Roger Federer need to do in the three big hard-court tournaments this August? And the bigger question: What does this slump mean for Federer's future?
18 min
246
The U.S. Open Series, Nine Years Later
Is the lead-up to Flushing Meadows everything it's cracked up to be? Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan discuss the summer slate of North American tournaments.
17 min
247
Remembering Wimbledon’s Wild First Week
Roger and Rafa lost, the American men tumbled while the U.S. women thrived, and serve-and-volley tennis was back in vogue: It all happened during the first week of Wimbledon. So, what do these developments mean going forward?
23 min
248
Podcast from Paris: Nadal, Djokovic Set Up Supe...
Rafa and Nole took care of business on Wednesday to ensure a blockbuster on Friday. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the latest developments on today's podcast.
10 min
249
Podcast from Paris: Federer Falls Hard
There were two surprises in Tuesday's quarterfinas at Roland Garros: Serena Williams was tested, and Roger Federer was rocked. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the reasons for both in today's chat.
8 min
250
Podcast from Paris, Day 8
It's an all-Robredo edition of the podcast, and the 31-year-old has earned it. For the third consecutive match, Tommy won from two sets down, this time against compatriot Nicolas Almagro. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan give their thoughts on one of the tourna
9 min
251
Podcast from Paris: Day 7
John Isner saved a dozen match points before losing another marathon, this one against Tommy Haas. Elsewhere, three American women joined Serena in the round of 16, and Rafa slashed his way through the third round.
11 min
252
Podcast from Paris: Day 6
Star power, five-set fun, and a mixed bag for American and French fans: It was a frenzied Friday at Roland Garros, which Peter Bodo recounts in today's podcast.
9 min
253
Podcast from Paris: Day 5
Bethanie Mattek-Sands' upset of Li Na was the match of a very rainy day at Roland Garros. Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on the American's unlikely win and late-career resurgence.
7 min
254
Podcast from Paris: Day 4
Serena Williams overwhelmed Caroline Garcia, who underwhelmed in front of her home crowd. Peter Bodo reports on the final day of first-round play at Roland Garros, which also featured second-round wins by notable French hopes.
7 min
255
Podcast from Paris: Day 3
When it wasn't raining, Jack Sock gave American fans hope while Marion Bartoli gave French fans a scare. Peter Bodo looks back at Tuesday's play and looks ahead to Wednesday's schedule.
10 min
256
Podcast from Paris: Day 2
Reporting from Roland Garros, Peter Bodo sets the scene after Gael Monfils' upset of Tomas Berdych, and gives his thoughts on what Rafael Nadal's four-set first-rounder means for the seven-time champion.
8 min
257
Podcast from Paris: Day 1
Reporting from Roland Garros, Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on the opening-day performances of Federer, Serena, and Pavlyuchenkova, and looks back at a topsy-turvy five-setter between Simon and Hewitt.
7 min
258
Rome Reaction
Strange But True: As Roland Garros nears, should Novak Djokovic -- the man who beat Rafa in Monte Carlo -- or Maria Sharapova, who has but one loss on clay this season, be concerned? Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan discuss two notable omissi
21 min
259
The Big Four, Today and Yesterday
Roger, Rafa, Nole, and Andy are a formidable foursome, but how do they compare to the "other" big four of Connors, Borg, McEnroe, and Lendl? Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan dig into the numbers and the history books.
20 min
260
Tennis Talk: Miami Memories, Davis Cup QFs, Slo...
Peter Bodo, Steve Tignor, and Ed McGrogan sat down to discuss what's next after a busy month of March in tennis.
18 min
261
Miami: Hello Venus and Serena, Goodbye Roger an...
The biggest story of this year's tournament Key Biscayne may be who's not there. Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan discuss a men's draw devoid of two big names, and a women's event that welcomes back two stars.
21 min
262
Nadal and Berdych
Rafael Nadal and Tomas Berdych will meet for a spot in the Indian Wells final. Who will win, and what would a win mean to each man? Steve Tignor, reporting from Indian Wells, discusses with Ed McGrogan.
9 min
263
All’s Well at Indian Wells
All's Well at Indian Wells
21 min
264
This Week in Tennis: Stunner in South America, ...
In the latest podcast, the TENNIS.com team considers the past (Horacio Zeballos' upset of Rafael Nadal in Chile), the present (four intriguing tournaments around the globe), and the future (of U.S. tennis tournaments).
18 min
265
This Week in Tennis: Remembering Arthur Ashe; R...
On a busier-than-usual February week in tennis, Peter Bodo, Steve Tignor, and Ed McGrogan come together to discuss the 20th anniversary of Ashe's passing, Nadal in Chile, Andy Murray's doping comments, and an eventful round of Davis Cup.
23 min
266
Davis Cup Discussion: The First Round
February Madness begins on Friday, with eight World Group ties taking place around the world. Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan talk about what we can expect from the first round of Davis Cup play.
20 min
267
Final Preview Podcast: Djokovic vs. Murray
The men's final is setting up to be a defining match in the careers of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, two players with similar games and impressive victories during this fortnight Down Under. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down their title fight.
11 min
268
Final Preview Podcast: Azarenka vs. Li
They both won their semis in straight sets, but Victoria Azarenka and Li Na enter the Australian Open final on different notes. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan look back at their semifinal victories and break down the women's title match.
11 min
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Semifinal Preview Podcast: Federer vs. Murray
Andy Murray holds the head-to-head edge and has had a far either path to the semis, but Roger Federer has never lost to the Scot at a Slam. Will that hold true once again? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss a marquee men's semifinal.
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Quarterfinal Questions
Many of this year's Aussie Open quarters look great on paper, but will they be as compelling in practice? Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor gives his thoughts on Stephens/Serena, Federer/Tsonga, Azarenka/Kuznetsova, and more matches.
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Australian Open Podcast: Venus vs. Maria
The first marquee match of the 2013 Aussie Open is set, with Venus Williams facing Maria Sharapova on Day 5. Checking in from Melbourne, Steve Tignor predicts a winner, and looks at Novak Djokovic's prospects for a third consecutive title.
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And We’re Off!
A new season has begun, and already much has happened. Ed McGrogan, Peter Bodo, and Richard Pagliaro discuss the first two weeks' worth of action, and look ahead to the Australian Open.
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Hello, 2013: The Top Topics in Women’s Tennis
Will the WTA sustain momentum as it rings in the new year? Plus, will anyone win a major besides Serena, Maria, or Vika? And who's due for a rebound in 2013? Peter Bodo, Steve Tignor, Richard Pagliaro and Ed McGrogan discuss in a New Year's Day podcast.
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Goodbye, 2012: The Top Topics in Men’s Tennis
As 2012 comes to a close, we wonder what's to come: Is there more than just the Big Four? And is there hope for American fans? Peter Bodo, Steve Tignor, Richard Pagliaro and Ed McGrogan discuss in a New Year's Eve edition of the podcast.
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PowerShares Series Interview: Andre Agassi
Career Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi joins us to discuss his recent success in the PowerShares Series, his impressions about fellow legends of the game, and where he sees the ATP tour going in 2013.
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International Intrigue
Ed McGrogan and Peter Bodo discuss the compelling Davis Cup final between the Czech Republic and Spain, the state of international competition, and the official end of the professional tennis season.
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PowerShares Series Interview: Michael Chang
1989 French Open champion Michael Chang joins the podcast to discuss the 2012 PowerShares Series, what it's like to play against the legends of the game, and his preparation techniques.
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Focus on the Finals
The ATP World Tour Finals are over, but the tennis season isn't done yet. We recap London and look ahead to the Davis Cup final between Spain and the Czech Republic.
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PowerShares Series Interview: Pete Sampras
Former world number one and 14-time Grand Slam singles champion Pete Sampras joins the podcast to discuss his play in this year's PowerShares Series (two titles in three events), his schedule, and whether he has interest in Davis Cup.
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Weekend at the WTA Championships
The semifinals are set in Istanbul. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the upcoming matches and look back at a strong week in a strong WTA season.
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PowerShares Series Interview: Mats Wilander
Former world number one and seven-time Grand Slam singles champion Mats Wilander joins the podcast to discuss his participation in this year's PowerShares Series and the state of Swedish tennis.
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PowerShares Series Interview: Ivan Lendl
In this episode of the TENNIS.com podcast, we entertain special guest and eight-time Grand Slam champion Ivan Lendl, who talks about his upcoming PowerShares Series matches, his preparation for the season, and the unfortunate NHL lockout.
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The Racquet Scientist Podcast: Race vs. Ranking
Should we consider players' performance over the last 12 months, or in the calendar year, to determine their ranking? You had your say; now, Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan return with their takes.
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PowerShares Series Interview: John McEnroe
In this episode of the TENNIS.com podcast, we entertain special guest John McEnroe, who talks about the upcoming Powershares Series, his preparation, and the pro game.
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Weekend in Review: A Trio of Top-Notch Tournaments
No matter where you turned, there was significant tennis occurring in Asia. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan review Kei Nishikori's upset-filled Tokyo title run, as well as the men's and women's tournaments in Beijing.
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The Racquet Scientist Podcast: A Fifth Grand Slam?
Does tennis need another Grand Slam? Is it even possible to add one? And how do the season-ending championships factor into this discussion? Ed McGrogan and Peter Bodo debate a hotly contested issue.
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Today in Tennis with Steve Tignor, September 24
After a busy weekend of play, the WTA's best -- sans Serena -- convene in Tokyo, while the ATP heads to Asia. We discuss it all.
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Fall Ball
No one can agree on what should be done to the fall tennis season, so we discuss what we know will take place -- and offer our recommendations for change, as well.
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Davis Cup Discussion
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Live from the U.S. Open: Men’s Quarterfinal Talk
Reporting from the U.S. Open, Richard Pagliaro and Ed McGrogan break down the Federer-Berdych and Cilic-Murray quarterfinals.
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Roddick Reflections
Reporting from Flushing Meadows, Richard Pagliaro and Ed McGrogan discuss the soon-to-be-retired Andy Roddick's game, personality, and future.
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The U.S. Open Preview Podcast
With the draws done, we draw conclusions from the season's final major at Flushing Meadows.
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Olympic Overview
After two rounds of play, what have we learned from the Olympics? Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan recap the latest results, including Andy Roddick's desultory loss, Venus Williams' inspiring win, and the marathon between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Milos Raonic.
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The Racquet Scientist Podcast: Olympic Tennis
It's a debate that continues to divide opinion: Does tennis belong in the Olympics? We respond to your comments.
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Let the Games Begin
How are Andy Roddick's medal chances in London; and, should mixed doubles even be a medal event? With the Olympics days away, Pete Bodo and Ed McGrogan address some of the hot topics surrounding tennis' return to the All England Club.
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The Racquet Scientist Podcast: Americans in Atl...
Peter Bodo discussed a de facto U.S. National Championship and the state of Nadal's injury in this week's Racquet Scientist posts. We gauge your reaction in our follow-up podcast.
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London Calls Back
Wimbledon is behind us, but the tennis world returns to the All England Club in two weeks for the Olympics. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the quick transition and the key players involved.
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Wimbledon: The Final Chat
With the women's final fresh in mind and a historic men's final at hand, there's plenty for Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan to discuss. We recap Serena's win over Radwanska and look ahead to Federer-Murray.
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The Semis are Settled
Andy Murray's four-set win over David Ferrer finalized the men's final four. We discuss Wednesday's quarterfinals and look ahead to the semifinals of both draws.
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Wimbledon: Rafa/Rosol Reaction
It's been a busy couple of days at the All England Club, with Rafael Nadal losing to Lukas Rosol, Gilles Simon's controversial comments, and a surprising setback from Milos Raonic. We discuss it all in the podcast.
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Wimbledon: Round One Recap
With the first round (almost) in the books at the All England Club, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan look back at the matches that mattered most.
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Podcast from Paris: Semifinals Set
It's down to the final four in both draws. Reporting from Paris, Steve Tignor gives his take on the four French Open semifinals.
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Podcast from Paris: Separation Begins
The atmosphere at Roland Garros is changing, with fewer players and greater stakes. Does Roger Federer's latest four-set match portend trouble? And which American stands the best chance of joining Sloane Stephens in the last 16? Steve Tignor gives his ans
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Previewing Paris
Paying homage to a French Open five-setter, we comprehensively break down each quarter of the men's and women's draws.
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Closing the Madrid Open
From ageless champions to fascinating finalists to an irked ATP Top 2, there was much to take away from this year's controversial installment of the Madrid Open. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan banter about the blue one more time.
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Making Sense of Madrid
Blue clay, Serena and Roger return, and of course, a possible Nole vs. Rafa final -- there's lots to discuss before the Madrid Open begins, and our editors do just that.
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More on Monte Carlo
The editors look at both sides of Rafael Nadal's convincing win over Novak Djokovic in Monte Carlo, and debate its long-term meaning.
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Clay-Court Preview Podcast: The Women
Stuttgart will unofficially kick off the WTA's red clay season. We discuss some of the big names in attendance, and one who won't be there.
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Clay-Court Preview Podcast: The Men
Is Isner the next Soderling? Andy Murray: Clay-court threat? And who will reign when the dirt is done, Nole or Rafa? We discuss before Monte Carlo gets underway.
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Au Revoir, Hard Courts
Before we get talking about clay, we look back at what happened to Djokovic, Radwanska, Murray, Sharapova, and Nadal at the final hard-court tournament of the spring, Miami.
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Press Room Podcast: Miami Men’s Final Preview
What was the scene like in Miami when Rafael Nadal withdrew? What can we glean from Andy Murray's free-pass heavy tournament? And what's different about Novak Djokovic this season? Reporting from Miami, Peter Bodo answers all of these questions and decide
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Press Room Podcast: Miami Women’s Final Preview
Maria Sharapova goes for her first title of 2012, while Agnieszka Radwanska aims for the biggest title of her career. Reporting from Miami, Peter Bodo previews the match.
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Press Room Podcast: Miami, March 28
Two women's semifinalists have been determined, and two will be today. Reporting from Miami, Peter Bodo discusses the WTA draw.
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Miami Preview Podcast
As the tours conclude the spring hard-court swing in Miami, we break down every quarter of the men's and women's draws.
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The Indian Wells Podcast: Men’s Final Preview
Can John Isner follow his upset of Novak Djokovic with a win over Roger Federer in the Indian Wells final? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan preview the match, and look at what yesterday's semifinal losses mean for Nole and Rafael Nadal.
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The Indian Wells Podcast: Men’s Semifinals
Federer versus Nadal; Djokovic versus ... Isner? Yup. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss both men's semifinals.
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The Indian Wells Podcast: March 15
Victoria Azarenka still hasn't lost this season, and appears to be getting stronger. Who is the biggest remaining threat to her at Indian Wells? Plus, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down all four men's quarterfinals.
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The Indian Wells Podcast: March 13
With Federer vs. Raonic and the entire women's fourth round on today's schedule, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan connect for another chat. Plus, what's eating with Mardy Fish?
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Press Room Podcast: Indian Wells, March 12
Steve Tignor discusses the strong play of three young Americans -- Christina McHale, Jamie Hampton, and Ryan Harrison -- from the nerve center at Indian Wells.
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The Gear Podcast
What do we look for when testing racquets? Gear editor Justin diFeliciantonio discusses the process in a special edition of the podcast.
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All About Azarenka
It's time to take stock of Victoria Azarenka's 17-0 start to 2012, and what it means going forward.
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Davis Cup Discussion
After eight World Group ties, we discuss the victorious quarterfinalists and look at where it went wrong for the defeated Swiss.
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Davis Cup Discussion, and More
Before we dabble in the opening round of Davis Cup, Pete Bodo, Steve Tignor, and Ed McGrogan talk about the latest off-court news involving Rafael Nadal and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario.
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The Australian Open Podcast: Wrap-Up Edition
The season's first Slam is behind us -- and Richard Pagliaro, Pete Bodo, and Ed McGrogan are here to give their thoughts on what happened.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 14
Ed McGrogan reacts to an epic final where Novak Djokovic outlasted Rafael Nadal in five hours and 53 minutes.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 13
We're back with a vengeance to talk about Azarenka's assault of Sharapova, the latest installment of Nadal-Djokovic, and the futures of Andy Murray and Roger Federer.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 10
The semifinals are set. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss somewhat-convincing quarterfinal wins by Sharapova, Kvitova, Murray, and Djokovic.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 9
It's Roger vs. Rafa and Cljisters vs. Azarenka in the semis. How did we get there? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 8
The fourth round concluded with drama on both the men's and women's sides. We discuss Serena's shocking loss and Novak's mini-scare -- and much more.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 7
At the halfway point of Oz, Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss Federer's latest reminder, Kim Clijsters' improbable escape, and what happens when tennis and wrestling collide.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 6
The fourth round is finalized, with Lleyton Hewitt claiming the final spot. We discuss the Aussie's upset of Milos Raonic and preview tomorrow's titanic matches in the latest podcast.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 5
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan give their thoughts on the Dolgopolov-Tomic night match, Federer's conquering of Karlovic, and potential women's finalists, plus, look ahead to Hewitt-Raonic.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 4
Roddick's retirement, Hewitt's hitting, Ferrer's scare, and Petra's perseverance: We discuss these topics and more in our Day 4 review.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 3
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss challenge controversy in Isner-Nalbandian and recap Day 3's memorable happenings.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 2
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps the second day of play -- Stosur's upset loss, Murray-Harrison, late-night Tsonga and more -- with stateside editor Ed McGrogan.
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The Australian Open Podcast, Day 1
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps the first day of play with stateside editor Ed McGrogan.
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Australian Open Preview: The Men
Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss who's hot -- and who's not -- among the top men before Oz begins.
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The Merits of Murray, Raonic, and Tsonga
Which opening-week ATP champ will have the brightest season? Pete Bodo, Steve Tignor, and Ed McGrogan discuss in the latest podcast, and consider this week's loaded WTA Sydney draw.
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A career on the rise, and one on the decline?
After visiting John McEnroe's academy in New York City, Peter Bodo talks about a player who caught his eye -- as well as Serena Williams, who grabbed his attention for other reasons.
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New Year, Same Old?
A new tennis season has begun, but will the old guard of Serena and Clijsters continue their winning ways? We discuss, and look at the headlines made by Djokovic and Murray over the weekend.
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Inside the Writers Studio: Steve Tignor
How was this year's Top 10 matches list comprised? Was it easy or difficult to assemble? And what makes a match (or a YouTube clip) great? Listen to find out.
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Talking Tennis: Roger Rolls in London
What did the Federer-Tsonga final mean going forward - for both men? We discuss, and preview the Davis Cup final between Spain and Argentina.
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A Look at London from New York
Murray's out early, Federer-Nadal Part 26 and Djokovic's opportunity: We discuss the happenings in London.
13 min
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The Players of Paris: Weekend in Review
What did Paris portend for Federer, Tsonga and Isner? We discuss, and look at what's next for the world's Top 2.
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A Finale, And a Final Push
The WTA ended its season in Istanbul, but the ATP keeps churning out loaded, late-year tournaments -- in Basel and Valencia, this week. We discuss it all in the latest podcast.
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Previewing the WTA Championships
The WTA has taken its season-ending talent show to Turkey. We break down the elite eight.
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After Asia: What’s Next in Tennis
The tours head into the home stretch with the year-end championships and Cup finals on the horizon. We take stock of the tennis landscape and look back at Andy Murray's latest title run in Shanghai.
18 min
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Shanghai Summary: After Four Days
Upsets and omissions have given us four unlikely quarterfinals in China. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss them, Rafa's recent loss and the sparse crowds in Shanghai.
13 min
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Damsels in Distress, and More
Is a Slam win a curse in the WTA? We discuss this topic, Serena at 30, ATP unrest and the fall circuit in the latest podcast.
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Podcast – Fantastic Fall or Apathetic Autumn?
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U.S. Open Podcast: Rainy Day Chat
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan look ahead to the women's quarterfinals and what the men face -- when the weather improves.
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Live from Flushing Meadows: Day 1 Podcast
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan recap the opening day of the 2011 U.S. Open.
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The 2011 U.S. Open, Quarter by Quarter
We break down the women's and men's draws of the season's final Grand Slam tournament.
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Rogers Cup Weekend Preview
With the Montreal and Toronto semifinals set, we break down all four matches.
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Stanford, Los Angeles and Beyond
Serena's success is the big story, but there's lots more to discuss about a busy week in tennis.
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Attention: Atlanta
This week's tournament in Atlanta is rife with aspiring Americans, young and old.
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The Dog Days of Summer
What's worth watching in July? We discuss in the podcast.
14 min
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Podcast – Wimbledon Week One Wrap
With the first week of play finalized, we examine all 16 of Monday's fourth-rounders.
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Dissecting the Draws: Wimbledon
Can anyone besides the Top 4 men win it all at the All England Club? And despite significant time away from the game, is this tournament Venus' or Serena's to lose? Richard Pagliaro, Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan break down both Wimbledon draws.
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Terre Battue Takeaways
With the French Open finished, we discuss the major themes that emerged on the men's and women's side.
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Podcast from Paris: Semifinal Previews
We discuss the men's and women's final four matches from the French.
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Podcast from Paris: Day 5
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss Clijsters' loss, Sharapova's near-loss, Nadal's form and look ahead to Del Potro-Djokovic.
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Podcast from Paris: Day 2
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss Monday's matches from Roland Garros and look ahead at what's to come.
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Bracket Breakdown: Roland Garros
We take a quarter-by-quarter look at the men's and women's French Open draws.
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Recapping Rome
Are Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova, this year's Rome champions, the favorites at the French? We look back at this weekend's play and look ahead to the upcoming Slam.
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Making Sense of Madrid
The Rome Masters is already upon us, but before we get to that, we must discuss the happenings in Madrid.
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Madrid Musings
It's a busy month in tennis, starting with the combined event in Madrid. We look at the top players on the men's side and discuss a Williams- and Clijsters-less women's draw.
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Donald & Djokovic: What’s Next
Donald Young and Novak Djokovic are in the spotlight, but for completely different reasons. We discuss the futures of both men.
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Monte Carlo, Murray and Melanie
After final-round losses in Indian Wells and Miami, did Rafael Nadal need to win Monte Carlo? Is Andy Murray officially “back” after his encouraging performance? And where does the U.S. Fed Cup team -- now out of the World Group -- go from here? We answer
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Podcast – Monte Carlo Musings
We all expect Rafa to roll in Monte Carlo, where he's won six straight titles. But what do we expect from Murray and Federer in a Djokovic-less draw?
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Making Sense of Miami
Djokovic beats Nadal -- again -- Federer falls hard and Azarenka shuts down Sharapova: We recap the end of Miami.
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Live from Miami: Stacked Schedule
Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on what's already transpired -- and what's to come -- on a busy Tuesday at the Sony Ericsson Open.
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Coast to Coast
With the tours heading to Miami, Pete Bodo discusses what's at stake for Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Caroline Wozniacki and Kim Clijsters.
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Live from Indian Wells: Final Previews
It's Wozniacki vs. Bartoli and Nadal vs. Djokovic -- Steve Tignor offers his thoughts on both Indian Wells finals.
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Live from Indian Wells: The Final Friday
With the end of BNP Paribas Open near, we preview the Wozniacki-Sharapova and Nadal-del Potro semis, and wonder how Federer will hold up after a busy day.
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Live from Indian Wells: Young American Splendor
It's been a great tournament so far for young Americans – and we don't mean the usual suspects. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss this trend, Rafael Nadal's form and preview the Dolgopolov-Del Potro third-rounder.
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Live from Indian Wells: Early Round Chat
Steve Tignor discusses the best early-round matches at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
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World Group Wrap
With the first round of World Group ties in the books, we react to the results and look ahead to what's next in Davis Cup.
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Djokovic vs. Federer, Again
Novak and Roger have worked their way through the Dubai draw and will meet in the final. Will Federer atone for his straight-sets loss to Djokovic in Australia? Plus, thoughts on Nicolas Almagro and Caroline Wozniacki.
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Youth is Served
Young guns Milos Raonic and Petra Kvitova upset top seeds in their respective finals. The editors discuss the results of San Jose, Paris and more in the latest podcast.
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Focus on Fed Cup
With the opening round of Fed Cup behind us, the editors discuss the results and look ahead to the semis.
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Deep Thoughts: Aussie Open Edition
What can we take away from the year's first major? The editors discuss in the latest podcast.
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Australian Open Day 14 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 13 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 11 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 10 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 9 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 7 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 6 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 5 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 4 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 3 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 2 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open Day 1 Recap
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor recaps his day at the Australian Open.
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Live from Melbourne: Australian Open Preview
Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor breaks down the men's and women's draws with stateside editor Ed McGrogan.
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Warm-Up Wrap-Up
Federer was flawless and Soderling was sensational in Week 1. We talk about their Aussie Open chances and what to make of Juan Martin del Potro.
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Opening Impressions of 2011
Sharapova, Ivanovic, Nishikori and Roddick have already captured our attention in this new season.
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The Predictions Podcast
What's in store for 2011? The editors take their best guesses in the latest podcast.
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The Federer vs. Nadal Exhibitions
When it's not for real, Roger vs. Rafa isn't as rousing.
15 min
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The Best Matches of 2010
From Down Under to the Davis Cup Final, we look back at our favorite matches of the season.
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Davis Cup Discussion
We discuss Serbia's come-from-behind win over France in the Davis Cup final as well as the future of the competition.
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Davis Cup Final
Belgrade will be bellowing when France meets Serbia on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Can Novak Djokovic give his country its first Davis Cup title?
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Roger Beats Rafa
Roger Federer earned a rare win over Rafael Nadal in London. We look back at the match and discuss what it means going forward.
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Q&A Session
Should Elena Dementieva be in the Hall of Fame? What's Andy Roddick's outlook for next season? And how much money do tennis broadcasts bring in? Find out in a mailbag edition of the podcast.
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Final Word on the Fed Cup Final
The U.S. lost in the Fed Cup final for the second consecutive year. We discuss what went wrong, and look back at last weekend's men's events.
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Fed Cup Final
The United States and Italy meet for the second straight year in the Fed Cup final. Can the Americans win this time around?
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WTA Wrap
Who was the WTA player of the year, and what's in store for the women's tour in 2011? We discuss.
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Dementieva’s Done
The editors discuss Elena Dementieva's sudden retirement, Jim Courier's new post and Thomas Muster's comeback.
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Critiquing the Championships
The season-ending championships are supposed to be a showcase event for the tours. But are they?
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Andy and Ana
Andy Murray won yet another Masters title, while Ana Ivanovic won her first title in two years. We discuss both champions.
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Shanghai Semifinals
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic meet again, but could a resurgent Andy Murray – or even Juan Monaco – be the ultimate winner?
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Shanghai Preview
The top names in men's tennis reunite in Shanghai. We consider the contenders.
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Berdych Baffles
Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych has been dreadful since his breakthrough in London. We examine why, and talk about the state of former No. 1 Maria Sharapova.
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The Fall of Nadal
After winning the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal doesn't appear to be slowing down. We discuss his objectives this fall, plus Caroline Wozniacki's quest for No. 1 and Ryan Harrison's new coach.
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Focus on the Fall
What does the future hold for del Potro? What's Nadal's motivation? And how does Date Krumm do it? We answer all these questions and more.
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Davis Cup Wrap
In the latest installment of Davis Cup, France and Serbia advanced to the final, and the U.S. stayed in the top tier.
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The Davis Cup Returns
The U.S. Open is over, but Davis Cup is just heating up. We preview this weekend's ties.
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Closing the Open
Was Rafael Nadal's latest performance the finest of his career? We discuss Rafa, Roger, the roof and more in our U.S. Open recap.
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Day 13 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 12 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 11 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 10 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 9 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 8 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 7 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 6 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
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Day 5 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
11 min
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Day 4 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
11 min
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Day 3 at the U.S. Open
The editors discuss the day's events live from Flushing Meadows.
12 min
430
Day 2 at the U.S. Open
Editors of TENNIS magazine discuss the days events at the U.S. Open
9 min
431
Day 1 at the U.S. Open
There wasn't much drama on Ashe on the Open's opening day, but there was on Court 11, where Gael Monfils survived against Robert Kendrick.
8 min
432
U.S. Open Women’s Preview (Part 2)
We break down the U.S. Open draws – and chat with tour players – at the BNP Paribas Taste of Tennis.
34 min
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U.S. Open Men’s Preview (Part 1)
We break down the U.S. Open draws – and chat with tour players – at the BNP Paribas Taste of Tennis.
22 min
434
Closing In on the Open
With Toronto and Cincinnati in the books, we discuss the prospects of Federer, Nadal and others at Flushing Meadows.
16 min
435
Blake’s Fast Fall
A year ago, James Blake was ranked in the Top 25. Now, he's outside the Top 100. We discuss the American's sudden plight.
13 min
436
Weekend in Review
It was a great weekend for Andy Murray and Kim Clijsters. It wasn't so great for fans watching them on TV. We discuss both in the latest podcast.
16 min
437
Looking Down the Road
The Williams sisters committed to the Fed Cup final, but should we believe them? Plus, thoughts on Roger shooting for 20 Slams.
14 min
438
Sveta and David Return
Svetlana Kuznetsova and David Nalbandian came out of nowhere to win tournaments last week. Can either player keep it going at the bigger events?
17 min
439
Reading the Maple Leaves
The ATP's biggest names return to action next week in Toronto. We look ahead to this important U.S. Open tune-up.
18 min
440
California Love
From the Bryan brothers' record-setting performance to fantastic finals by Querrey and Azarenka, there was a lot to like out West.
20 min
441
Federer’s New Coach
After two consecutive Grand Slam quarterfinal losses, Roger Federer hired Paul Annacone as coach. We discuss the move.
17 min
442
Open Season
With Serena and Justine out for the summer events, who will take advantage on the WTA tour?
15 min
443
Welcome Back, Atlanta
As the ATP tour returns to Atlanta, we discuss the state of Andy Roddick's game and tennis' television arrangements. Plus, a word on Nicole Vaidisova.
17 min
444
The Dog Days of Summer
There's a bit of a break until the next Slam, but the tours haven't stopped chugging along. Plus, is Novak Djokovic ready to break through - again?
17 min
445
Best Ever?
We discuss Serena's status on the greatest-ever list, Rafa's brilliance on grass and the upcoming Davis Cup matchups.
22 min
446
Looking at the Last Eight
The possibility of a fifth all-Williams Wimbledon final on went out the window Tuesday when Tsvetana Pironkova defeated Venus Williams in straight sets in the quarterfinals. We discuss the state of the women's game and look ahead to the men's quarters.
11 min
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Making History
The new longest match in tennis history should hold that title for a long time. We take a look at John Isner and Nicolas Mahut's 11-hour, three-day marathon and discuss whether Wimbledon should implement fifth-set tiebreakers.
12 min
448
Wimbledon Preview
Rafa's return to the All England Club means a Federer-Nadal final, right? And can anyone prevent another all-Williams showdown? We break down the men's and women's Wimbledon draws.
22 min
449
Querrey Takes Queen’s
Sam Querrey's triumph at Queen's Club gave American tennis fans another reason to hope, while Roger Federer's loss in Halle gave his fans another reason to worry. We discuss what's next on grass.
15 min
450
Turf Talk
Andy Roddick, a king of Queen's Club, bowed out early in this year's Wimbledon tune-up. We discuss his game, Andy Murray's chances at SW19, and more.
11 min
451
French Finals: Final Look
Schiavone stunned Stosur, while Rafa rocked Robin. We review this year's French Open finals and look ahead to what's next.
14 min
452
French Final Forecast
Robin and Rafa meet again in Paris, this time at the end. On the women's side, a new champion will be crowned. Listen and see who our editors think will go all the way at the French.
11 min
453
Surprising Semis
The final foursomes at the French don't include Federer, Serena or Venus – not that the remaining players seem to mind. We preview the men's and women's semifinal matches at Roland Garros.
20 min
454
Rain and Roland Garros
With the French Open underway, the gang discusses the good (Andy Roddick, John Isner), the bad (the rain) and the ugly (Sam Querrey) of week one.
17 min
455
French Open Preview
With the Roland Garros brackets out, the gang breaks down the men's and women's tournaments.
23 min
456
Madrid in Review
Rafael Nadal showed us – once again – that he's the King of Clay, while Aravane Rezai came through with her first major victory.
19 min
457
Spanish Stunners Assessing the damage after a c...
Henin, Sharapova, Wozniacki, Serena... almost. The women's draw in Madrid has already been decimated. What's in store on the men's side?
24 min
458
The U.S. wins big, Hot Sauce reigns, and Roger ...
The gang talks about the U.S. Fed Cup team's big win against Russia, previews the Rome Masters and wonders if Federer needs to beat Nadal at the French to truly complete his resume.
24 min
459
Rafa, the King of Clay In Monte Carlo: Rafael N...
Rafael Nadal kick-starts the European clay-court season with a dominating performance in Monte Carlo. Watch your back, Roger. PLUS: Why women's tennis needs Victoria Azarenka.
21 min
460
Outlaw Odesnik vs. “Refuse to Lose” Querrey We ...
Sam Querrey said he refused to lose. His opponent pulled out a few tricks of his own. It all made for an engrossing Houston semifinal. Plus we preview the men's Masters in Monte Carlo.
23 min
461
Report Cards: We hand out grades for best (and ...
With Peter Bodo back from Miami, the gang reviews Andy Roddick's inspired title run and then hands out grades for the best (and worst) performances so far this season. Who earned the top marks? Listen here.
26 min
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Roddick vs. Rafa, Federer’s “issues” & Kardashi...
We're back, previewing Rafa vs. Roddick, wondering why Federer's game has “issues” (and why a certain celeb doesn't know who he is) and debating the recent Davis Cup controversy.
19 min
463
MAILBAG EDITION: Your questions, our answers. P...
Your questions, our answers (including that sticky one about the Hall of Fame). Steve and James also recap the action in Miami, from Rafa's big win to Murray's debacle.
23 min
464
Miami Preview: March Madness continues as we pr...
After the chaos in Indian Wells, the tours head to Miami. With Serena and Maria MIA, the women's title is up for grabs. On the men's side, Roger and Rafa could face off in the final, but there are plenty of bracket busters lurking in every round.
26 min
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Road to Final Four: We preview the big matches ...
It's been a chaotic tournament in Indian Wells. The women's draw is in tatters, Djokovic continues to mystify, and Federer continues his poor form in Masters events. After breaking it all down, we preview the big matches heading into the weekend.
18 min
466
IW Bracket Busters: Can we expect a Roger vs. R...
We break down the men's and women's draws at Indian Wells. Will Roger Federer be fully fit and meet Nadal in the final? Will we get the anticipated showdown between Americans John Isner vs. Sam Querrey? The Belgians are looking strong, but can Sharapova a
23 min
467
Loco Djoko: Novak Djokovic helped Serbia clinc...
The U.S. vs. Serbia tie produced plenty of drama thanks to The Djoker, who proved once again that the man's got more moods than Sybil. And the big man, John Isner, proved once again that he's quickly becoming the most dangerous player on tour.
23 min
468
MURRAY GATE: Did the Scot cross the line in Dubai?
Questions, questions: Did Andy Murray cross the line in Dubai? Will Roger Federer play Indian Wells (we've got the inside word)? And does the Hall of Fame matter?
21 min
469
Advantage, lefty? Would Rafa beat Roger if he ...
The gang tackles it all: Ana vs. Anna, Roger vs. Rafa, then asks if it's underhanded to hit the underhanded serve.
27 min
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Weekly round-up Federer down, Nadal up, and a ...
The gang discusses the big news: Federer says he has a lung infection, Nadal says he¹s almost fully fit, Venus notches a win for the old guard and the ATP scores a new global (hiccup) sponsor (hiccup).
19 min
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Mailbag Edition: Your questions, our answers—as...
Join TENNIS.com editor-in-chief James Martin and senior editors Peter Bodo and Steve Tignor as they field your questions about drug testing, Ana Ivanovic's decision to pose for the SI Swimsuit issue, and more.
18 min
472
TENNIS.com Podcast: Attention Fed fans—Does the...
The gang talks about two legendary players, Roger and Pete, and one legendary ladies' man, Marat Safin, who¹s come out of retirement. Sort of.
24 min
473
TENNIS.com Podcast: It’s Ladies’ Day at the pod
The gang discusses Melanie Oudin's big Fed Cup wins, Ana Ivanovic's Fed Cup debacle and why the brands continue to throw major coin her way.
22 min
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TENNIS.com: The gang answers the big questions ...
Is Federer benefiting from weak competition? Does anyone think the Williams sisters should have played Fed Cup? We've got the answers.
24 min
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TENNIS.com: Wrapping up the highs and lows of t...
The gang reviews Federer's 16th major, Serena's continued Grand Slam dominance and the biggest disappointment Down Under
21 min
476
TENNIS.com: The Australian Open finals
The gang previews the two big weekend matches, Justine Henin vs. Serena Williams, and Roger Federer vs. Andy Murray.
17 min
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TENNIS.com: At the Aussie Open Murray rolls and...
Andy Murray looks to be the favorite to reach the Australian Open final. And will anyone call out Justine Henin for receiving illegal coaching?
23 min
478
Australian Open: Weekend Preview
With Clijsters out, Serena Williams is the favorite to win Down Under—again.
19 min
479
Aussie Open Special
What does Maria Sharapova's loss mean for her season? PLUS: Why Roger and Rafa will stumble before the final.
18 min
480
Justine In! Henin Returns
We break down the epic match between Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters. Plus, why Andy Roddick bailed on the Davis Cup.
16 min
481
The Most Memorable Moments of 2009
The gang ticks off its best moments of the year, and then gets ticked off over the "Athlete of the Year" award.
17 min
482
Wrapping up the Davis Cup final, plus the Tiger...
James Martin, Steve Tignor, and Peter Bodo discuss Spain's triumph in the Davis Cup and tell you why tennis beats golf once again
14 min
483
World Tour Finals Wrap-up
TENNIS.com editor James Martin is joined by Steve Tignor and Peter Bodo to break down the action from the Barclay's World Tour Final, plus preview the Davis Cup final.
15 min
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Previewing the ATP World Tour Finals
Join the editors of TENNIS.com as they preview the upcoming action in London for the men's season-ending World Tour Finals, Nov. 22-29. Will Federer end the year as the No. 1 player? Will Nadal or Djokovic spoil his run? All the answers are here.
16 min
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Andre Agassi’s Revelations
Join host James Martin, Editor-in-Chief of TENNIS.com, along with TENNIS.com's Contributing Editor panelists Peter Bodo and Steve Tignor as they discuss the recent issues surrounding Andre Agassi and the revelations in his upcoming book.
20 min