Gigi Salmon and Noami Cavaday look back on events at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati, which saw Russian Daniil Medvedev crowned champion. As well as hearing from the winner, the duo also introduces a series of interviews conducted by our man on the ground, Mike Cation, including the coaches of Medvedev, Goffin, Bautista Agut and Murray, plus an in-depth chat with another young Russian, Andrey Rublev.
Brian Clark and Lucie Ahl look back on events at the Coupe Rogers in Montreal where Rafal Nadal won his 35 Masters 1000 title. As well as discussing what's next for Rafa, the duo also introduce interviews with beaten finalist, Daniil Medvedev, Gael Monfils' coach, Liam Smith, John Isner, and Jamie Murray.
Pete Odgers and Barry Cowan look back on Nick Kyrgios' amazing week in Washington where he won the Citi Open title as well as looking ahead to the Rogers Cup in Montreal, the first of two Masters 1000 events on the US Hard Courts.
Seb Lauzier rounds-up events in Hamburg where Nikoloz Basilashvili beat Andrey Rublev to claim the title for the second time. We hear from the Georgian and his coach Jan De Witt as well as replaying the press conference in which Alexander Zverev announced he was no longer working with coach Ivan Lendl. As attention now turns to the US Open Series, we hear from players Daniil Medvedev, Felix Auger-Aliassime and doubles star Raven Klaasen ahead of the Citi Open In Washington and also speak...
Seb Lauzier introduces exclusive interviews with Wimbledon Doubles Champion Robert Farah and his coach Jeff Coetzee, Wimbledon semi-finalist Roberto Bautista Agut and quarter-finalist Guido Pella, Prakash Armitraj on life growing up as the son of legendary tennis player, Vijay, Marcos Baghdatis on his retirement from the game and Nikoloz Basilashvili ahead of his title defence in Hamburg.
Recorded after the 2019 Wimbledon Men's Singles Final, ATP Tennis Radio commentators, Peter Marcato and Chris Bowers discuss the record-breaking conclusion to Championships, as well as some of the major stories from the second week.
Recorded at the conclusion of play on day 6 of the Wimbledon Championships 2019, ATP Tennis Radio commentators Peter Marcato and Chris Bowers reflect on events both on and off the court from the first week including Andy Murray's return to Centre Court with Serena Williams, the big three progressing whilst other top seeds faltered, the standout match between Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios, Marcos Bagdatis' retirement from the game, the new Court One roof being used to extend the days play,...
Seb Lauzier is joined by Andy Murray's former coach, Miles Maclagan and former British player, Barry Cowan to look through the singles and doubles draws ahead of the Championships. Other talking points include the new Court One roof and the introduction of a tie-break at 12-all in the fifth set. The team also introduce interviews with the aforementioned Murray, Dominic Thiem and his coach, Nicolas Massu, Alexander Zverev and Kyle Edmund's coach, Mark Hilton.
This week we look back on events at both the Noventi Open in Halle, Germany, where Roger Federer won his 10th championship title and at the Fever-Tree Championships in London which saw Andy Murray make a victorious return to action alongside doubles partner Feliciano Lopez, who also won the singles title. We hear from the winners, plus an extra exclusive chat with Roger Federer, who explains how he first got into tennis and we speak to losing Queen's finalist, Gilles Simon. We also replay...
Seb Lauzier looks ahead to both ATP 500 events taking place this week. In Halle, Seb speaks with Roger Federer, Borna Coric and local favourite, Alexander Zverev whilst in London we get the views of leading players including Marin Cilic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Juan Martin Del Potro and Andy Murray, who's back on court in doubles action.
Gigi Salmon is joined by Radio Roland Garros commentators Peter Marcato and Nick McCarvel to look back over a fortnight which culminated in Rafael Nadal's twelfth title in the French capital. As well as discussing the final and the past two weeks, the team also introduces a special ATP Uncovered feature charting Rafa's 2019 season as a whole.
Gigi Salmon is joined by Radio Roland-Garros commentators Matt Brown and Simon Cambers to dissect the action from the first week of Roland-Garros. Along the way, the team also introduce interviews with Jan-Lennard Stuff, the only unseeded player in the round of 16, Stefanos Tsitsipas' coach, Patrick Mouratoglou plus there's an update on the Race to Milan and a feature on one of the under 21 players hoping to be in the mix for the end-of-year finals, Casper Ruud.
Gigi Salmon, Nick McCarvel and Matt Brown from Radio Roland Garros look ahead to the second major of the year and discuss all the major talking points. The team also introduce features with Dominic Thiem and Fabio Fognini and link to interviews with french journalist, Carole Bouchard and doubles specialist, Robert Farah.
Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan look back on Rafael Nadal's victory over Novak Djokovic in the final of the Internazionale BNL d'Italia plus introduce interviews with Jamie Murray, Diego Schwartzman, Flavia Pennetta, Matteo Berrettini, Maria Sakkari and Joao Sousa.
Steve Pearce and Lucie Ahl discuss events at the Mutua Madrid Open which saw Novak Djokovic claim his 33rd Masters 1000 title, beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final. As well as looking back on all the action, the duo also discuss the return of Roger Federer and the farewell from David Ferrer. All that plus we hear from Gael Monfils, Nicolas Massu and Apostolos Tsitsipas to name a few.
Seb Lauzier is joined by tennis journalist Reem Abulleil to preview the Mutua Madrid Masters. They discuss Roger Federer's return to clay, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's lack of form and Dominic Thiem's recent run of success. They also hear from Spanish legend, David Ferrer and discuss his contribution to the game ahead of his final event before retirement and Andy Murray's coach, Jamie Delgado, talks about growing up in Tenerife.
Barry Millns and Miles Maclagan look back on Dominic Thiem's successful week at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, plus we hear from Spanish youngster, Jaume Munar, Toni Nadal pays tribute to David Ferrer, Nicolas Almagro looks back on his career, we take a look at the academy structure in Spain and look ahead to the Mutua Madrid Open with a Swiss journalist who's worked closely alongside Roger Federer over the years.
Gigi Salmon and Barry Cowan reflect on a fabulous week in Monaco for Fabio Fognini plus they introduce exclusive interviews with Dusan Lajovic, Daniil Medvedev, Nicolas Massu, Pierre-Hughes Herbert, Robin Haase and Toni Nadal.
Seb Lauzier is joined by tennis writer and ATP Tennis Radio commentator, Simon Cambers to preview the latest edition of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters. Along the way, the duo also introduce features with upcoming Canadian sensation, Felix Auger Aliassime, number six seed, Stefanos Tsitsipas and interviews with David Goffin's coach, Thomas Johansson and one of the games foremost tactical coaches, Craig O'Shannessy.
In a special edition of the ATP Tennis Radio podcast, Seb Lauzier introduces a coaching Masterclass with three men who between them have guided the form and fortunes of Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Lleyton Hewitt, Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Taylor Fritz - that's six world number ones and two of the most exciting young prospects in the game today - we are talking about Patrick Mouratoglou, Paul Annacone and Darren Cahill, all of whom spoke recently...