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The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour




Programme 53 - Rafael Nadal Clinches Title Number 11 in Monte-Carlo

On this week's ATP Tennis Radio Podcast, Gigi Salmon and Arvind Parmar look back on events in Monte-Carlo where Rafael Nadal won his eleventh title. In addition, there are also exclusive interviews with Nadal's coach, Carlos Moya and runner-up Kei Nishikori's coach, Dante Bottini. Richard Gasquet talks about reaching 500 career victories alongside his coach, Fabrice Santoro and tennis great Boris Becker looks back on his career.


Programme 52 - Rolex Monte-Carlo Preview

Tennis journalists Simon Cambers and Carole Bouchard join presenter Seb Lauzier as they sit down to preview the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters and discuss whether anyone can get close to beating Rafael Nadal this week. In addition, we also hear from top youngster, Stefanos Tsitsipas and doubles player Oliver Marach and also find out why former England and Liverpool midfielder Jamie Redknapp was spending time on court.


Programme 51 - Coaches corner

We're joined by three top coaches on this week's ATP Tennis Radio Podcast. Brad Stine talks to Jill Craybas about a successful start to his relationship with Kevin Anderson, Petar Popovic looks back to those memorable shirt-raising scenes in Paris 2017 as his player, Filip Krajinovic reached the final and Canadian Martin Laurendeau shares his strategy for the young star, Denis Shapovalov. All that plus, in the week of Davis Cup action, brit Cameron Norrie recalls fond memories of the clay in...


Programme 50 - Isner's Maiden Masters Moment

As John Isner claims his maiden Master's title, we speak to his coach, David Macpherson as part of a special programme looking back over the Miami Open presented by Itaú. We also hear from Argentine journalist, Agostina Larocca to discover how Juan Martin del Potro's recent success has been received back home, Goran Ivanisevic joins us to talk about teaming up with Milos Raonic, Hyeon Chung's coach, Neville Godwin drops in for a chat and one of the original super-coaches Brad Gilbert...


Programme 49 - Week 1 in Miami

In a special podcast from the Miami Open presented by Itaú, reporter Seb Lauzier takes us behind-the-scenes with exclusive interviews including Tournament Director, James Blake, legendary coach Nick Bollettier and young American star Michael Mmoh.


Programme 48 - Delpo Claims First Masters 1000 Title

Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan look back over events at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells where Juan Martin Del Potro claimed his first Masters 1000 title. Along the way, you'll hear highlights of that epic final, plus we have an exclusive with Roger Federer's coach, Severin Luthi and also hear from Hyeon Chung's coach, Neville Godwin, victorious doubles pair, Jack Sock and John Isner and roving reporter Jill Craybas swaps interview notes with former World Number One, Jim Courier.


Programme 47 - Week 1 in Indian Wells

In a special podcast from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, reporter Jill Craybas takes us behind-the-scenes with exclusive interviews including Tournament Director, Tommy Haas, Jez Green, fitness trainer to Alexander Zverev, Taylor Fritz's mum and former player, Kathy May and doubles player, Oliver Marach.


Programme 46 - Finals of Dubai and Acapulco

This week Pete Odgers is joined by Arvind Parmar to look back on the ATP 500 events in Dubai and Acapulco. We hear from Acapulco winner Juan Martin Del Potro and Dubai winner, Roberto Bautista Agut, plus the guys discuss the latest injury issue with Rafael Nadal and look ahead to the ATP Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells


Programme 45 - Diego Reigns in Rio

This week presenter Gigi Salmon is joined by Arvind Parmar to look back over events in Rio, where Argentine Diego Schwartzman won the first ATP 500 title of his career. We also talk to Brazilian tennis legend Gustavo Kuerten and hear from Dominic Thiem and Marin Cilic, to get their hopes for the season.


Programme 44 - Federer Breezes To Rotterdam Crown

In a special podcast from Rotterdam, Barry Millns and Naomi Cavaday look back on a week in which Roger Federer claimed the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament title in Rotterdam and regained the World Number One spot as well. This programme looks back on those achievements and well as taking a look at what it takes to become a good indoor tennis player and we also bring you a feature with young Canadian hot shot, Felix Auger-Aliassime.


Programme 43 - Will history be made in Rotterdam?

On the eve of the first ATP 500 tournament of the season, the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam, we hear from Nitto ATP World Tour Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov as he talks about the season ahead and explains why it wouldn’t surprise him if Roger Federer became the oldest-ever world number one this week. We also hear from the in-form doubles team, Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic and there’s more doubles chat as Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray talk about their ‘firsts’. Robin...


Programme 42 - Federer, Cilic, Dimitrov, Edmund, Chung, Nishikori and more

Just days after a momentous two weeks in Australia, we look back on the twists, the turns and the Federer-fuelled magic of the first Grand Slam of the season. Seb Lauzier introduces features with the champion himself, plus interviews with Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov, Kyle Edmund, Hyeon Chung, Lleyton Hewitt, Michael Chang and Kei Nishikori.


Programme 41 - Roger Federer Wins 20th Major Crown

From Melbourne Park, Gigi Salmon, Jill Craybas and Peter Marcato look back on an Australian Open in which Roger Federer added another chapter to his phenomenal career by capturing his 20th Grand Slam championship crown to retain his Australian Open title with a thrilling 6-2, 6-7(5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 victory over Marin Cilic in the night-time final. The ATP Tennis Radio commentators also look back over the whole fortnight to discuss the various stories and bring you an ATP World Tour...


Programme 40 - At the halfway stage of the Australian Open

At the halfway stage of the Australian Open, Gigi Salmon is joined by AO Radio commentators Simon Cambers and Nick McCarvel to look back on the first week of action. The team discuss the fortunes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Nick Kyrgios, Grigor Dimitrov and Kyle Edmund and the early exits of Stan Wawrinka, Alexander Zverev and a host of American players. There’s also discussion about Will Ferrell and Will Smith’s appearances courtside during week 1 and Andy Murray’s...


Programme 39 - Australian Open Preview

Gigi Salmon and AO Radio commentator Peter Marcato guide you through the ATP Tennis Radio preview of the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open. As well as discussing all the latest stories in the build-up to the competition, the presenting duo, situated in the AO Radio commentary box on Rod Laver Arena, also introduce the ATP Tennis Radio 'Time Capsule', a season-long prediction game involving the whole of the on and off air team.


Programme 38 - 2018 Season Preview

Join Seb Lauzier, Miles Maclagan and Naomi Cavaday as they look ahead to the 2018 ATP World Tour season and discuss all the major talking points ahead of the first Grand Slam of the season, The Australian Open. We also hear from world number one, Rafael Nadal, Americans Steve Johnson, Taylor Fritz and Bradley Klahn and we join the Zverev brothers in the gym for a pre-season workout. Get in touch - Leave a review on iTunes and we'll read them out or tweet us @ATPTennisRadio. You can also...


Programme 37 - Review of the Hard Court season part 2

Concluding our look back on the 2017 ATP World Tour season, Seb Lauzier introduces interviews and features from the US Open and Masters 1000 events in Shanghai and Paris. During the course of the programme we hear from Paul Annacone, Denis Shapovalov, Craig Boynton, Kevin Anderson, Andrey Rublev, Carlos Moya, Yibing Wu, Duckhee Lee, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Filip Krajinovic and Jack Sock. The programme concludes with a promotion of the Nitto ATP Finals and NextGen Finals special...


Programme 36 - Review of the Hard Court season part 1

Continuing our look back on the 2017 ATP World Tour season, we focus on the start of the hard-court swing, from Sascha Zverev's victories in Washington and Montreal through to Grigor Dimitrov's maiden Masters 1000 title in Cincinnati. Along the way, we hear from Andy Roddick, Wayne Gretzky, Sascha Zverev, Brad Gilbert, Nick Kyrgios, Mark Woodforde and Grigor Dimitrov's coach, Dani Vallverdu.


Programme 35 - Review of the Grass Court season

In the second of our programmes looking back over the 2017 ATP World Tour season, we focus on the Grass Court swing from preparations on the courts of Queen and Halle through to Roger Federer's historic 8th Wimbledon title. Along the way we bring you in-depth interviews and features with Denis Shapovalov, Feliciano Lopez, Jonas Bjorkman, Paul Annacone, Miles Maclagan, Sascha Bublik, Gilles Muller, Jeff Tarango and Roger Federer.


Programme 34 - Review of the Clay Court season

In the first of our seasonal review programmes, Seb Lauzier takes a look back on a clay court season where Rafael Nadal dominated. In a programme bringing you the best interviews, features and commentary from that part of the season, we also hear in-depth interviews with Thomas Muster, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Alex Corretja, Rod Laver, Mats Wilander and Dominic Thiem's coach, Gunter Bresnik.


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