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The ATP's podcast featuring interviews with players and coaches plus discussion based around the tour's weekly events.

The ATP's podcast featuring interviews with players and coaches plus discussion based around the tour's weekly events.


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ATP Tour


The ATP's podcast featuring interviews with players and coaches plus discussion based around the tour's weekly events.




Rublev, Zverev, Krawietz & Mies, Murray & Skupski

We hear from two recent tournament winners. Russia's Andrey Rublev discusses his latest title on home turf in St Petersburg whilst Cologne winner Alexander Zverev gets competitive away from the court as he goes head-to-head in a quiz with the NBA's Dirk Nowitzki. We also turn our attention to the doubles game and hear from Roland Garros champions, Kevin Krawietz and Andres Mies and Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski speak about how they've been getting on since tennis returned.


20-20 Vision: Rafa Equals Roger's Record Majors Haul

Chris Bowers is joined by former French player, Sophie Amiach to look back over the past fortnight at Roland Garros and to marvel at Rafael Nadal's dominant performance over Novak Djokovic in the final. As well as discussion, we also bring you an exclusive chat between Tim Henman and Pete Sampras, focussing on the difficulties of playing on clay.


Halfway Through Roland Garros 2020

Former player turned media star Daniela Hantuchova and broadcaster extraordinaire Marcus Buckland join ATP Tennis Radio and Radio Roland Garros commentator Gigi Salmon, to look back on events both on and off the court after the first week of Roland Garros.


2020 Roland Garros Preview

Gigi Salmon is joined by tennis expert, journalist and Radio Roland Garros commentator, Eleanor Preston to look over the Roland Garros draw and discuss the big issues heading into the third and final Grand Slam of a very different year.


Djokovic Makes More Masters History

Chris Bowers and Claire Curran look back on events at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia where Novak Djokovic claimed a 36th Masters crown in total. Over the course of the programme the ATP Tennis Radio discuss Djokovic's latest result and what it all means ahead of the final Grand Slam of the year at Roland Garros.


US Open Review with Mark Woodforde & Leif Shiras

US Open Radio commentator Brian Clark is joined by three-time US Open doubles champion, Mark Woodforde and former world number 31, Leif Shiras to look back on the final between Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem and to discuss the storylines from the past fortnight.


Halfway Through The 2020 US Open

US Open Radio commentator, Brian Clark is joined by former world number 5 and US Open semi-finalist, Jimmy Arias to look back over the action from the first week of action. Along the way they discuss life in the bubble and how this event differs from past editions, plus they talk about the players that have impressed throughout the first six days.


US Open 2020 Preview From Inside The Bubble

The week US Open Radio commentator Brian Clark previews the US Open and introduces a special interview with American player, Tennys Sandgren who describes what it's like to be living in the US Open bubble as well as talks about what it's like to face Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in big match-ups.


Bryan Brothers Special

Ahead of the US Open, ATP Tennis Radio presenters Gigi Salmon and Naomi Cavaday spoke about the Bryan Brothers decision to retire. In this special podcast, we also bring you a chat that reporter Seb Lauzier conducted with the Bryans father, Wayne, in the 2018 Cincinnati Masters event.


Matteo Berrettini on the US Swing

In the build up to the US Open and before that, the Western & Southern Open, also being played in New York, we spoke with world number Matteo Berrettini. Matteo was battling an injury and only played two matches this year before lockdown, but he’s back, fit and raring to go.


Vasek Pospisil on life on and off court

Vasek Pospisil joins us to talk about the tour getting back underway, his new job during lockdown co-presenting the ATP/WTA Tennis United show alongside Bethanie Mattek-Sands, his other role on the ATP Player Council and a new revolutionary business venture he’s also been getting off the ground.


The Revised Tour And News Of ATP Tennis Radio Ball-By-Ball Commentary

ATP Tennis Radio commentators Jill Craybas, who’s currently in Missouri USA, Naomi Cavaday in London and Peter Marcato, locked down in Melbourne, Australia, join us to discuss the return of the tour and to look ahead to our live ball-by-ball radio coverage, starting with the Western & Southern Open, usually in Cincinnati, but this year, part of the US Open bubble.


Eastern European Special featuring Safin, Kafelnikov, Youzhny, Djokovic & Kecmanovic

It’s a decidedly Eastern European flavour to this week’s ATP Tennis Radio Podcast with tennis greats Marat Safin, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Mikhail Youzhny and Novak Djokovic starring, plus we hear from a former Russian now playing under the flag of Kazakhstan, Mikhail Kukushkin and we speak to Serbian youngster Miomir Kecmanovic who’s been spending lockdown training at the IMG Academy in Florida. Finally, we bring you an in-depth chat with another young player training at IMG and also concerning...


Neville Godwin on coaching Hyeon Chung

Hailing from South Africa, sometimes to be found in South Korea, Neville Godwin joined us to talk about coaching one of the most promising players on tour, Hyeon Chung. In this wide-ranging chat we touched on his coaching philosophy, his time previously with fellow South African Kevin Anderson, Chung’s biggest achievements so far, including a Grand Slam semi-final and his time out through injury.


Magnus Norman on Stan Wawrinka and the ATP Coach Programme

Former World Number 2 and French Open finalist, Magnus Norman joins us for a chat. Magnus is also now the coach of Stan Wawrinka and we spoke all about Stan and the Grand Slam successes he’s had while they’ve been together, their relationship on and off the court and the Magnus Norman coaching philosophy, but we started with round 2 of the ATP Coaches Programme, basically an incredible auction of promises raising funds for fellow coaches struggling during the pandemic, and one of the lots up...


Kevin Anderson on Wimbledon 2018, Injury and the ATP Player Council

We're joined by a man with 6 ATP tour titles to his name and two tantalising Grand Slam finals. He’s reached a career-high world number 5, from South Africa now at home in the United States, this is of course, Kevin Anderson. Kevin joined us on the line and we touched on all of that and more, including an injury-plagued 18 months or so and to start with, whether lock down had at least given him a little more time to recover.


Milos Raonic on Wimbledon, the return of the tour and much more

Milos Raonic speak to ATP Tennis Radio presenter Seb Lauzier about a number of topics including returning to competitive play in August, getting the balance between fitness and tennis practice right during lockdown, his early life and moving to Canada, his breakthrough year in 2011, his Wimbledon final in 2016, reaching a career-high number 3 in the rankings and his future goals.


Will 2020's Form Players Pick Up Where They Left Off When The Tour Resumes?

We focus on some of the stars of NextGen tennis - past, present and possibly future - all set for big things once the action gets back underway in August. The first of the grand slams we have to look forward to is the US Open and we feature a young Russian who made the quarter finals as a teenager at Flushing Meadows. Back from his recent injury problems, Andrey Rublev was on the tear with two titles already this year before the Coronavirus halted his progress to a career-high 14th in the...


Marin Cilic US Open memories and more

Former US Open Champion Marin Cilic joins Seb Lauzier to look back over his career highs and lows as well as discussing the work he's been doing with his foundation during lockdown. They speak about getting into tennis at an early age, memories of his first tour win and title, winning the US Open and reaching the finals of Wimbledon and the US Open, plus his other career highs including two Queens titles, his first Masters 1000 victory in Cincinnati, reaching the Tour Finals on multiple...


Dani Vallverdu on what he's learnt coaching the world's best players

The current coach of Stan Wawrinka and Karolina Pliskova talks about a number of subjects, including working with his current charges, coaching the likes of Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov and what's he's learnt from fellow coaches Magnus Norman and Ivan Lendl. He also talks about the best and worst advice he's ever given a player, growing up with Andy Murray at the Sanchez-Casal Academy, life away from tennis and his hopes for the future of the game.