The Past, Present, and Future Podcast10/09/14
Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss the legacy of Vic Braden, the state of Maria Sharapova, and forecast a suddenly shifting ATP tour
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.'
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.
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.
Press-Room Podcast: Sharapova Tops Halep in Classic Final
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...
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.
Press-Room Podcast: Serena, Venus Go Down, Townsend Looking Up
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.
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.
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.'
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?
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?'
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.
Serena Stumbles, Davis Cup Quarterfinals, Rafa-Nole Turns 40
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.
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.
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.
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