British No. 1 Kyle Edmund joins us in the midst of what has been a career-best year. Also, New York Times contributor Ben Rothenberg helps break down what happened in Canada and what to look forward to in Cincinnati.
The US Open Series heads to Montreal and Toronto, so we preview the week to come with veteran Canadian journalist Tom Tebbutt. Plus, interviews with up-and-coming star Denis Shapovalov and fan favorite Andrea Petkovic.
Nick McCarvel visits with two-time US Open finalist and Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki. We also wrap up week No. 1 of the US Open Series with the help of Washington Post journalist Ava Wallace and look ahead to week No. 2 in San Jose.
We continue to celebrate 50 years of the US Open with 2003 Champion Andy Roddick. As an 11-year-old his birthday present was to attend the 1991 US Open, where he witnessed Jimmy Connors' magical run. Twelve year later he held the trophy enroute to becoming the No. 1 player in the world.
Two-time champion Tracy Austin is the latest legend to help us celebrate 50 years of the US Open. With her first trophy in 1979 she became the youngest winner in US Open history at the age of 16 years, eight months and 28 days. You'll be surprised where she ate after winning! Plus, a recap of Wimbledon.
We continue to celebrate 50 years of the US Open by catching up with Ivan Lendl, whose remarkable streak of eight consecutive finals during the Eighties was highlighted by three straight championships. Patrick McEnroe also shares his insight as we preview Wimbledon.
We continue to celebrate 50 years of Open tennis with Nancy Richey, the 1968 French Open champion. We catch up with newlywed Marin Cilic, 2014 US Open Champion, and – prior to her impressive run to the Roland Garros Girls’ Singles championship – spent some time with 14-year-old US player Coco Gauff.