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Tennis Now Podcast

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Tennis Now podcasts keeps tennis enthusiasts in touch with the latest tennis news, match updates, gossip, and more.

Tennis Now podcasts keeps tennis enthusiasts in touch with the latest tennis news, match updates, gossip, and more.
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Tennis

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Tennis Now podcasts keeps tennis enthusiasts in touch with the latest tennis news, match updates, gossip, and more.

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English


Episodes

Djokovic Wins In Canada, Serena Is Now The Top-Ranked American

8/15/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the hottest news in tennis. Novak Djokovic claimed his ninth title of the year after he defeated Mardy Fish 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 in the finals of the Rogers Cup on Sunday. With the win, he now has a record of 53-1. Serena Williams defeated Samantha Stosur 6-4, 6-2 to win her second title of the year in Toronto. The win takes her to No. 31, making her the top-ranked American woman.

Week of Upsets In Canada, USTA To Remember 9/11, Kendrick Case To Be Decide

8/12/2011
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James Waterson reports on the week’s tennis news. Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Caroline Wozniacki lost in the second round at the Rogers Cup, while Francesca Schiavone, Maria Sharapova, Petra Kvitova and Roger Federer lost in the third round. The USTA is planning several things to memorialize the 10-year anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks, and Robert Kendrick will have his suspension case decided by the Court of Arbitration for Sport before the US Open.

Roger Federer Turns 30, Weekend’s Results

8/8/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the weekend’s tennis news. Roger Federer turned 30 on Monday, and the 16-time Grand Slam champion would join prestigious company if he wins a Grand Slam title at that age. Radek Stepanek upset Gael Monfils to win the Legg Mason Tennis Classic, Robin Haase won his first ATP Tour title in Kitzbuhel, Austria, and Agnieska Radwanska won the Mercury Insurance Cup. Also, Caroline Wozniacki talks Rory McIlroy, and Lauren looks at the highest paid women...

Roger Federer Still Believes, Roddick Out of Rogers Cup & More

8/5/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the week’s tennis news. The finals in Kitzbuhel are set, as Robin Haase of the Netherlands will try to win his first ATP tour title. Standing in his way is Albert Montanes, who has won five titles on clay in his career. Meanwhile, Roger Federer turns 30 on Monday, and he still believes he can win the big tournaments. Finally, Daniela Hantuchova looks great in photos she recently shot for a new calendar.

Serena Wins Stanford To Return To Top 80, Gulbis Beats Fish In LA, Rankings

8/1/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on news from the tennis world. Serena Williams beat Marion Bartoli at the Bank of the West Classic to win her first title since her return to the tour from injury and health problems. Nadia Petrova won her first title of the year at the Citi Open, and Alexandr Dolgopolov won his first career title in Umag. Meanwhile, Ernests Gulbis of Lativa defeated Mardy Fish to claim the Farmers Classic in Los Angeles. Serena’s victory takes her back inside of the...

American Player Suspended, Roddick Injured, Serena’s New Commercial

7/29/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report about the week’s tennis news. American Robert Kendrick was banned for one year by the International Tennis Federation after he tested positive for methylhexaneamine, a stimulant. He will lose the ranking points and prize money (about $27,000) he has earned since May 22, the day he was tested. Meanwhile, the semis are set at the Swiss Open, while three tournaments in the United States are entering their final rounds. Lauren discusses Serena’s new...

Tournament Results, Ryan Harrison Into Top 100, Tennis News And Gossip

7/25/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the latest tennis news. Gilles Simon won his second title of the year after he beat Nicolas Almagro 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 at the German Tennis Championships in Hamburg. Mardy Fish fought off two match points to beat John Isner to defend his title in Atlanta, and Vera Zvonareva beat fellow Russian Ksenia Pervak to take the Baku Cup in Azerbaijan. There are five tournaments going on this week, so make sure to follow us on facebook and Twitter to stay informed!

U. S. Open Fields Takes Shape, Tennis Gossip

7/22/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the week’s tennis news. Seven American men and nine women were given direct entry into the U.S. Open, including Serena Williams, and the semifinals match-ups take shape in Hamburg, Azerbaijan and Atlanta. Meanwhile, Bob Bryan and his wife Michelle are expecting a child and Caroline Wozniacki was seen canoodling with professional golfer Rory McIlroy.

Soderling Wins Swedish Open, Fed Cup Draws & More

7/18/2011
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James Waterson reports on the weekend’s ATP and WTA matches. Robin Soderling blitzed Tomas Berdych and David Ferrer to win the Swedish Open, Juan Carlos won his first title of the year at the MercedesCup in Stuttgart, and a pair of Spanish women won clay-court titles. Gael Monfils and Jurgen Melzer will be in action in Hamburg this week, Mardy Fish leads the field in Atlanta, and Vera Zvonareva is the top seed in Baku, Azerbaijan.

ATP and WTA Results, Federer In Malawi, Dementieva To Marry

7/15/2011
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James Waterson and Lauren Lynch report on the week’s tennis news. Robin Soderling will face Tomas Berdych and David Ferrer will play Nicolas Almagro in the semifinals of the SkiStar Swedish Open and all of the top eight seeds at the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart were ousted by the second round. Roger Federer launched a $3.3 million educational initiative in Malawi, one of the poorest and least developed countries in Africa, and Elena Dementieva is getting married on July 16.

Davis Cup Quarterfinals - Spain vs. USA

7/11/2011
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James Waterson reports about the latest news in the tennis world. Spain defeated the United States 3-1 in the Davis Cup quarterfinals on Sunday, when David Ferrer defeated Mardy Fish in four sets. They will face France, who beat Germany 4-1, in the semifinals. Meanwhile, Serbia dismissed Sweden 4-1 and will face Argentina in the other semifinal. John Isner won his second career title when he beat Olivier Rochus in Newport, while Roberta Vinci and Polona Hercog won the titles in Budapest...

Wimbledon - Women’s Finals

7/2/2011
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Lauren Lynch reports the latest news. Petra Kvitova was crowned Wimbledon’s new champion after defeating Maria Sharapova. Bryan brothers, Bob and Mike, tied Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge open era record after defeating Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau for Men’s Doubles slam title. Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnkik win Wimbledon Women’s Double after beating Samantha Stosur and Sabine Lisicki. Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will face off tomorrow.

Wimbledon - Men's Semifinals

7/1/2011
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James Waterson reports on the latest news from Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic guaranteed his ascension to World No. 1 after he beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6 (4), 6-2, 6-7 (9), 6-3. With the win, he reached his first Wimbledon final. He’ll face Rafael Nadal, who beat Andy Murray 5-7, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4, in the final. The Bryan Brothers are in their fifth Wimbledon final and are trying to tie the record for Grand Slam wins currently held by Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge.

Wimbledon - Women’s Semifinals

6/30/2011
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Lauren Lynch reports the latest in tennis and at Wimbledon. Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova will meet in the Wimbledon finals after Kvitova beat top seed Victoria Azarenka and Sharapova defeated Sabine Lisicki in the semifinals. Bob and Mike Bryan took out the defending champions to play Nenad Zimonjic and Michael Llodra in the semifinals. Rafael Nadal is to play Andy Murray tomorrow for the second time in row and Novak Djokovic will play a strong Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Roger Federer beat a...

Wimbledon - Day 9

6/29/2011
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James Waterson reports on the Wimbledon men’s quarterfinal matches. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga came back from a two-set deficit to defeat six-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic beat 18-year-old Bernard Tomic of Australia and needs only one more win to become the new World No. 1, and Andy Murray will face Rafael Nadal in the semifinals.