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The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour

The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour
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The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour

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English


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Programme 39 - Australian Open Preview

1/13/2018
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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.

Duration: 00:49:17


Programme 38 - 2018 Season Preview

1/7/2018
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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...

Duration: 00:42:39


Programme 37 - Review of the Hard Court season part 2

12/31/2017
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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...

Duration: 00:42:53


Programme 36 - Review of the Hard Court season part 1

12/24/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:48:10


Programme 35 - Review of the Grass Court season

12/17/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:38:52


Programme 34 - Review of the Clay Court season

12/10/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:36:39


Programme 33 - #NextGenATP rule innovations discussed

12/3/2017
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The rule innovations trialled in Milan have started many a conversation about what the game of tennis might look like in the future and this week we hear from those involved in devising the rules in the first place, to players, coaches and journalists. The programme starts by hearing from Executive Chairman and President of the ATP, Chris Kermode and the ATP’s Executive Vice President of Rules and Competition, Gayle Bradshaw as they explain the process going forward. We then hear from...

Duration: 00:42:36


Programme 32 - A cast of thousands

11/26/2017
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A week on, Seb Lauzier takes a reflective look back on the Nitto ATP Finals with some of the biggest names in the business. Alex Corretja, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Sebastien Grosjean, Mark Woodforde and Peter Fleming talk about what a great event the finals have become and also look back on playing in the 90s, Rajeev Ram and Sam Querry talk about being event alternates and we join Grigor Dimitrov the day after his finals success.

Duration: 00:35:03


Programme 31 - And the winners are...

11/19/2017
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Gigi Salmon looks back over the Nitto ATP Finals with the help of former pros, Miles Maclagan, Naomi Cavaday and Barry Cowan, plus we hear exclusive interviews with Carlo Moya and Tim Henman and doubles legend Mark Woodforde causes mischief in the ATP Tennis Radio commentary box

Duration: 00:45:11


Programme 30 - NextGen Review

11/12/2017
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Milan has been the focus of our attention this week as the stars of the future graced the Fiero Milano with Hyeon Chung crowned champion. Join Peter Marcato and Arvind Parmar as they reflect on the inaugural NextGen ATP Finals and hear from Richard Krajicek, Marcelo Melo, and find out more about the third place finisher Danill Medvedev. Plus London is right around the corner so we hear about tournament preparations from Danny Vallverdu.

Duration: 00:44:37


Programme 29 - All Set For London

11/5/2017
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What a week in the French capital and one to remember with a first-time Masters 1000 winner in the American Jack Sock, fairytale runs for others and a week and highs and lows for Rafael Nadal, confirmed as year-end number one day, only to withdraw injured the next. Our eight for London are confirmed, the NextGen ATP Finals are around the corner, which means a lot to talk about on the latest edition of the ATP Tennis Radio Podcast. In addition to presenters Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan...

Duration: 00:56:49


Programme 28 - Federer and Pouille claim the final 500 titles of the season

10/29/2017
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This week on ATP Tennis Radio we round up events in Basel and Vienna and hear from Roger Federer, Juan Martin del Potro, Pablo Carreno Busta, David Goffin and Marin Cilic, plus as we build-up to the Rolex Paris Masters, we hear from Tournament Director, Guy Forget.

Duration: 00:38:12


Programme 27 - Race to London Special

10/22/2017
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With Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem having already qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals in London, presenter Seb Lauzier takes a look at those hoping to book their tickets as the Race to London intensifies. We hear from the men who are nearly there, Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and Croatian, Marin Cilic, those who are following closely behind in David Goffin and Pablo Carreno Busta and those with an outside chance of qualification including, Sam Querry, Kevin...

Duration: 00:36:04


Programme 26 - Federer Flies to Second Shanghai Title

10/15/2017
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This week's ATP Tennis Radio podcast comes from Shanghai as Roger Federer makes it title number five for the season. Presenters Gigi Salmon and Arvind Parmar discuss events on the court and reporter Matt Brown meets up with Dominic Thiem's coach, Joakim Nystrom, young Russian Next Gen star, Andrey Rublev and China's teen sensation, Wu Yibing. We also hear from John McEnroe, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, courtesy of tennis impersonator, Josh Berry.

Duration: 00:48:05


Programme 25 - The Asian Swing hots up

10/8/2017
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It's a victory for David Goffin in Tokyo, while Rafa reigns supreme in Beijing. Barry Millns and Naomi Cavaday discuss the latest events on the Asian swing and look ahead to the Shanghai Rolex Masters.

Duration: 00:38:39


ATP Tennis Radio Programme 24

10/1/2017
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It's now over 28 years since a fresh-faced Michael Chang became the first player of Asian origin to win a Grand Slam, that at the 1989 French Open and while Li Na has claimed two slams since then the closest any man has come since is Kei Nishikori’s runner-up spot at the 2014 US Open. Nishikori remains the continent’s preeminent player and will take up his challenge when he returns from injury in 2018, but in the meantime his absence is allowing others to forge growing reputations and...

Duration: 00:32:24


Programme 23 - Doubles Special

9/24/2017
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This week’s ATP Tennis Radio Podcast focuses on the doubles game and the Race to London. Presenter Gigi Salmon introduces interviews and features with race leaders Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo, New Zealander Michael Venus, US Open champions Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau, legendary doubles team, Bob and Mike Bryan, Jamie Murray, Mark Knowles, Rohan Bopanna, Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi, London hopefuls Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram and Alexander Zverev, who speaks about playing with his...

Duration: 00:37:59


Programme 22 - #NextGen Special

9/17/2017
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As the countdown clock passes 50 days to go and with crucial qualification points still on offer, this week’s ATP Tennis Radio Podcast focuses on the Race to Milan, the NextGen Finals. Presenter Gigi Salmon introduces interviews and feature with Alexander Zverev, Denis Shapovalov, Karen Khachanov, Frances Tiafoe, Andrey Rublev, Borna Coric and young Italian hopeful, Matteo Berrettini and we also bring you interviews with Jimmy Arias and Sam Gore on the state of American tennis and Ross...

Duration: 00:38:11


Programme 21 - Rafa Reigns in New York

9/10/2017
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As Rafael Nadal wins the final Grand Slam of the year at Flushing Meadows, presenter Gigi Salmon is joined by tennis commentators David Law and Courtney Nguyen to look back over the fortnight and to discuss what it all means for the rest of the season building up to the Nitto ATP Finals at London’s O2 Arena in November. As well as speaking to the guests, we also hear about what Carlos Moya has been working on with the new US Open champion, Kevin Anderson’s wife, Kelsey, gives us an...

Duration: 00:41:16


Programme 20 - The Fairytale of New York

9/5/2017
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Inside the US Open Podcast presenter, Nick McCarvel joins Gigi Salmon to look back on week one of the US Open. The discussion ranges from Denis Shapovalov's scintillating form to Federer and Nadal's struggles early on and the unusual look to the bottom half of the draw. Along the way, there are also interviews with Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil, Kevin Anderson, Sam Querry's coach, Craig Boynton and David Goffin's coach Thierry Van Cleemput. Find us on the Apple iTunes store and on the...

Duration: 00:39:24

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