Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan look back on events at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, where Rafael Nadal beat young star Stefanos Tsitsipas, to capture a record 33rd Masters 1000 crown. We also hear from the runner-ups' father, Apostolos Tsitsipas, plus Kevin Anderson's coach, Brad Stine discusses the South Africans stand-out season, Karen Khachanov's coach, Vedran Martic speaks to Jill Craybas and Tournament Referee Tony Cho talks about dealing with adverse weather and the shot clock.
This week, Pete Odgers and Naomi Cavaday look back on events in Washington where Sascha Zverev successfully defended his title. As well as hearing from the German, we also speak to his brother, Misch. Kei Nishikori, Kyle Edmund and John Isner talk about the shot clock, Andy Murray discusses his comeback and Jill Craybas looks ahead to events this week in Toronto by speaking to Karl Hale, Tournament Director of the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank.
The clay court season is officially over with Nikoloz Basilashvili crowned champion in Hamburg, but the hard court season is right around the corner. Presenter Pete Odgers is joined by Miles Maclagan to review the German Open, look ahead to the US hard court series including Miles predictions for who will shine during this tournament and discuss the abundance of American players on the Tour. Plus we hear from International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee, Michael Stich.
A blockbuster ATP Tennis Radio Podcast this week as we hear from Roger Federer, Kevin Anderson, Kei Nishikori, Dominic Thiem, Milos Raonic and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Presenter Seb Lauzier is joined by former Fed Cup player, Claire Curran to discuss the issues and talking points that the player's raise and ahead of the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann, we also hear from German stars Sascha Zverev and Max Marterer.
Presenter Gigi Salmon is joined by Australian commentator and a familiar voice on ATP Tennis Radio, Peter Marcato as they look back on the first week of action at the All England Club and look ahead to an intriguing week 2. There's also in-depth interviews as Jill Craybas chats to doubles legend, Mark Woodforde and Miles Maclagan talks to 1983 Wimbledon runner-up Chris Lewis as he looks back on his final with John McEnroe and also talks about how fitness regimes have changed over the years.
Seb Lauzier is joined by Andy Murray’s former coach, Miles Maclagan as they sit down in a cafe in the Wimbledon Village to preview the 2018 Championships. As well as discussing the draw and various talking points, there’s also an exclusive interview with Novak Djokovic’s coach, Marian Vajda, Ivan Ljubicic discusses working with Roger Federer, Riccardo Piatti talks about Borna Coric’s potential, Thierry van Cleemput explains why his charge, David Goffin feels at ease in London and Steve...
A bumper edition of the ATP Tennis Radio Podcast looking back on events in Halle, where Borna Coric beat Roger Federer and the Fever Tree Championships in Queens where Marin Cilic defeated a resurgent Novak Djokovic. We hear from both champions, plus Catherine Whitaker speaks to Andy Murray, Gigi Salmon talks to Lleyton Hewitt and Seb Lauzier speaks to both Daniel Nestor and Damir Dzumhur.
This weeks show comes from the Queens Club in London on the eve of the Fever Tree Championships. Presenter Seb Lauzier is joined by Tournament Director, Stephen Farrow to look over a packed draw which includes the return of Andy Murray. Other talking points include the change in title sponsorship and a new broadcast partner in Amazon Prime Video. We hear from the British number 2, plus Roland Garros doubles champions Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hughes Hebert look back on their recent Grand...
Nadal's fine form continues, Sascha Zverev reaches a Grand Slam quarter-final for the first time and Italian Marco Cecchinato makes a name for himself; just a few of the headlines that presenter Gigi Salmon discusses with ATP Tennis Radio commentators Matt Brown and Peter Marcato as they look back on the first week of Roland Garros.
Reaction as Rafael Nadal gets back to winning ways with victory over Alexander Zverev in the Internazionale BNL d'Italia. We also hear from Marin Cilic's coach, Ivan Cinkus, enigmatic Frenchman, Benoit Paire, Italy's Davis Cup Captain, Corrado Barazzutti and ATP Executive Chairman and President Chris Kermode on the NextGen ATP Finals in Milan.
Richard Connelly and Naomi Cavaday discuss Alexander Zverev's third Masters 1000 title in a year as well as looking back over the main talking points of the Mutua Madrid Open. We also hear from Rafael Nadal on his defeat to Dominic Thiem, Alex Corretja and Emilio Sánchez talk all things Spanish Tennis, Dusan Lajovic invites us to his coffee shop in Serbia and Freddie Rosengren tells us how he's building brit Kyle Edmund into a player who can regularly challenge at the top of the game.
Nick McCarvel is joined by Reem Abulleil from Dubai's Sport 360 and Eduardo Salan from SetBall Radio, the Mutua Madrid Open's official tournament radio station, to look ahead to the fourth Masters 1000 tournament of the season. The team discuss whether anyone stands a chance of preventing yet another clay-court title for Rafael Nadal and we also hear from Assistant Tournament Director, Feliciano Lopez and young Canadian, Denis Shapovalov, who progressed through to round 2 after one of the...
We preview the US Open with three time US Open doubles champion, Mark Woodforde. We speak about the challengers for the title, hear from Paul Annacone, Jose Higueras, plus doubles contender Bruno Soares. Plus we get Mark's top 5 hard court players and find out what tennis players do in their time off in New York.