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Welcome to the very first tennis instruction audio podcast on the iTunes! For over 200 episodes tennis professional Ian Westermann has been answering questions for listeners all over the world with one goal in mind: making you a better tennis player. What topics are covered? Over the years no stone has been left unturned as Ian covers such topics as creating topspin, singles strategy, doubles strategy, mental toughness, stroke technique for the serve, forehand and backhand, fitness and conditioning, how to defeat pushers, and so much more. Does Ian’s tennis instruction translate via audio podcast? In short, YES! There’s a reason why the Essential Tennis Podcast is the highest rated tennis podcast on all of iTunes: Ian’s instruction actually does bring results. Tennis players all over the world listen to his lessons hundreds of times per day and are improving their tennis as a result. So whether your technique needs polishing, your strategy is suffering, or your mental game is leaving you a wreck on the court this tennis podcast can take you to the next level. Start listening today so you can take full advantage of all Ian’s tennis knowledge! Subscribing to the Essential Tennis Podcast is hands down the best way to automatically get each episode that Ian publishes but you can also access each and every lesson at essentialtennis.com. From there you can manually download each .mp3 file into iTunes and listen to them on your computer or transfer them to your iPhone, iPod, or iPad to listen on the go. Android smart phones can also download each episode! Be sure to check out all of the amazing video and written tennis lessons on www.essentialtennis.com as well. Everything at Essential Tennis is completely free and open to take advantage of. No matter what part of your game you need to improve you’ll find helpful instruction to get you to the next level. Have you enjoyed the Essential Tennis Podcast? Then please rate and review the show! It’s already the most highly rated tennis podcast on iTunes but Ian would greatly appreciate your support by leaving your comments and rating. Thank you so much for listening and good luck with your tennis!
Jim McLennan’s Essential Tennis Instruction is for tennis players of all age and ability, who love the game, and who want to play better. Instructional materials cover strokes, strategy, court position and more. Learn how to get more spin on your forehand, more power on your serve, and more consistency off the ground. Jim has played tennis his entire life. He has studied with some of the games greatest coaches, he is a featured seminarian at international tennis teacher conferences, the editor of TennisOne.com, and formerly (in the good old days) a nationally ranked player. Experience his lucid, basic, accessible coaching – and your game will be the better for it
Great Britain has won the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas, completing a journey from the brink of Division 4 - Euro Africa Zone 3 - to lifting the cup in the space of just five years. Telegraph Tennis Correspondent Simon Briggs joins David Law review the final, talk about its significance for the legacy and future of Andy Murray, and Jeremy Bates - the first man ever to pick Andy Murray for a Davis Cup team - remembers what Murray was like in that very firs tie.
Great Britain is one Andy Murray victory away from winning a first Davis Cup by BNP Paribas in 79 years, and after a thrilling doubles rubber, David is joined by Eurosport commentator Chris Bradnam and Davis Cup winner Henri Leconte to review day two. Leconte, meanwhile remembers how he helped France to victory over the United States in 1991. Barely able to walk, he was coaxed off his chair by Yannick Noah, and trained himself into fighting condition to down Pete Sampras.
After an intriguing first two rubbers of the Davis Cup final between Belgium and GB, David is joined by Eurosport commentator Simon Reed, and pundit Colin Fleming to dissect the ins and outs of day one, including a standout two sets from Kyle Edmund. The trio analyse Edmund's performance, as well as Andy Murray's efforts against Ruben Bemelmens to level the tie at 1-1. Plus the trio look ahead to Saturday's all-important doubles rubber.
After a week of uncertainty, the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas final is all set to take place in Ghent, Belgium, and The Tennis Podcast brings you the lowdown from courtside on the day that the draw was made. Joining presenter David Law were the Telegraph’s Tennis Correspondent Simon Briggs and British Eurosport presenter Rob Curling to discuss the news that Kyle Edmund will make his debut (IN THE FINAL!), and Andy Murray will open against the unheralded Ruben Bemelmans. What has the atmosphere been like in Belgium with all that has been going on? What are the strategies behind the team selections, and who will win? We also hear from a ‘pumped’ Murray, and Paul Hutchins - the captain of the team when Britain last reached the final in 1978. The Tennis Podcast is produced in association with Telegraph Sport and supported by BNP Paribas, the bank for a changing world. www.wearetennis.com
With the ATP regular season at last coming to a close, Ben and Courtney step back and bask in the luminous 2015 campaign of Novak Djokovic. Just what made him so dominant, and how does his year measure up to (or surpass) previous great years of his and others? With no one else coming close right now, how do we assess Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in London, as well as beard and towel intrigues? And why does Stan Wawrinka always seem to get a free pass from critics? Then, we shift gears to talk about the xenophobic panic behind Aljaz Bedene’s purgatory, and we hear from Genie Bouchard’s lawyer, Benedict Morelli, who sounds off on the answer filed by the USTA in response to Bouchard’s lawsuit. We then take a moment for seasonal gratitude, to remember things we’re thankful for as Thanksgiving approaches. Lastly, Courtney recommends you watch another Netflix show, and Ben recommends you don’t watch a movie. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subs ...
Amid the dismantling of the O2 Arena tennis court, David & Catherine meet to digest a fascinating World Tour Finals ending in the 'Groundhog Day scenario' of an emphatic Novak Djokovic victory. So has this been the most dominant ever tennis season from one individual? And will the Serb remain as dominant in 2016? Plus we discuss a breakthrough week for Rafael Nadal, and look ahead to the Davis Cup Final, the staging of which is currently mired in doubt and fear due to the terror alert in the Belgian capital.
Welcome the final TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to review the ATP World Tour Final from London, England. We look at Novak Djokovic’s ultra impressive season and discuss whether or not it was the best in history? Even though Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal picked up their games nicely to end off 2015, Djokovic was just far too good overall. We conclude this season with our fondest memories of the year as we look forward to 2016. As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn talks about tennis focus for tournament players and coaches. Listen to this month's tennis psychology podcast to learn how to improve your performance in tennis and other mental game barriers that limit your performance. *Download a free tennis psychology report to improve your tennis mindset between points. *Improve Your Mental Toughness for Tennis Quickly with Dr. Cohn’s new Tennis Confidence Audio Program *Subscribe to The Tennis Psychology Podcast at iTunes!
Both back in America, Ben and Courtney tee up the homestretch of this 2015 season, in which Maria Sharapova fell short through no fault of her own in the Fed Cup final, Novak Djokovic continues to cruise, and things are tasting stale in London. Why is it that this time of Djokovic’s dominance has been received less warmly than Federer’s dominance? Does the ATP need to move the World Tour Finals out of London to get out of a rut? Does Novak Djokovic’s great fall make us reconsider if he had a better year than Serena? And what does Ronda Rousey’s loss say about premature legacy making? As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
Welcome the TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to preview the ATP World Tour Final from London, England. With the elite eight assembled during the final event of the year, we look into both groups and determine who will likely reach the semifinals. Can anyone stop Novak Djokovic in completing a dream season? We discuss Djokovic’s overwhelming chances and the mindset of the rest of the field in this week’s show. As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
The dreaded 2nd set slump can be a tough monkey to get off your back, drawing out matches to your disadvantage. What really keeps you from playing like you did in the 1st set? Let’s take a look at the mental and physical aspects in play and find a way out!
The draw has been made, the groups are set, and the ATP World Tour Finals are about to get underway. So, it’s time for a pre-tournament Tennis Podcast to talk it over. David Law and Catherine Whitaker pick their semifinalists, finalists and champion. And in an interview conducted with Tim Henman a few weeks ago, we discover that the great man will be at the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas final, as a fan!
After her long sojourn up and down Asia, Courtney gets a much deserved week off, leaving Ben to drive 100-something miles to find someone to talk to, and winds up in an adventure in Challengerland. At the $50,000 challenger in Charlottesville, Virginia, Ben talks to four(!) guests to give y’all a panoramic view of this world and the people who make it up. First is Mike Cation, the voice of the USTA Pro Circuit, who is more embedded than commentator in tennis. Next is Challenger circuit veteran Alex Kuznetsov, coach Billy Heiser (working now with Tim Smyczek and Denis Kudla), and lastly the ever-ambitious Ryan Harrison. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
Ball control – ours is a game of accuracy, of consistency, but equally it is a game of timing for the opponent will send us shots of varying spin, speed, length and difficulty. Timing describes the relation between the incoming ball and the swinging racquet – and certainly the entire game revolves around the moment […]
With the tennis of Novak Djokovic once again suggesting that the 'Big Four' has become a 'Big One', Andy Murray now takes to the clay to try to balance preparation for the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas final with a need to concentrate on the ATP World Tour Finals at the 02. Phew! John McEnroe tells us about 1978, when he played his first Davis Cup singles rubbers in the final against Great Britain. He also predicts victory for Britain this time. Meanwhile, Catherine and David reveal their tennis wish for 2016. It involves Venus Williams.
Welcome the TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to review the BNP Paribas Masters from Paris, France. Another week gone by and another top-flight title won by world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. We review what went down in France and discuss if anything will change as we move forward to the World Tour Finals in London. As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn talks about the pressure to win and mental toughness in tennis Listen to this month's tennis psychology podcast to learn how to improve your performance in tennis and other mental game barriers that limit your performance. *Download a free tennis psychology report to improve your tennis mindset between points. *Improve Your Mental Toughness for Tennis Quickly with Dr. Cohn’s new Tennis Confidence Audio Program *Subscribe to The Tennis Psychology Podcast at iTunes!
As they continue travel schedules that are normally only maintained by Carmen Sandiego characters, Ben and Courtney reconvene from Charlottesville and Zhuhai, respectively, to discuss the happenings of the week in tennis. And what it week it was! Losers got lucky in Singapore, then got good, as Agnieszka Radwanska claimed her biggest career title in unlikely fashion. What does her win say about her, and about the round-robin redemption format? Then, in Switzerland, Roger Federer improved to 5-1 indoors against Rafael Nadal…and still remains his pigeon? We discuss, and then we end by pouring one out for our homies at Grantland. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
Welcome the TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to preview the BNP Paribas Masters from Paris, France. With the field set for the ATP World Tour Finals in London, the action this week in Paris is all about bragging rights. Will Novak Djokovic capture his sixth Masters titles of 2015, further cementing his status as the best player in the world, or will Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal be able to upend his glory? We also discuss the recent level of play from Americans Jack Sock, Steve Johnson and Taylor Fritz. As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
Agnieszka Radwanska is the champion of the 2015 WTA Finals in Singapore, Roger Federer edged Rafael Nadal in the 34th instalment of their rivalry, and Andy Murray has confirmed that he intends to play the ATP World Tour Finals at the 02 Arena. Catherine and David get together to talk it over, and we also hear about a new teenage generation of American players who have a nation expecting. Oh, and Catherine is furious with someone. The Tennis Podcast is produced in association with The Telegraph.
With the WTA Finals underway, Ben chats up our Singapore correspondant, Courtney, to talk about how the tournament is shaping up. How very impressive is Sharapova’s ability to make successful comebacks time and time again? Is this a glimpse at a post-Serena world? And what of the bigger emphasis on doubles, including the new fan favorite Chan sisters? Speaking of doubles siblings, what does it mean for the Bryans to lose the top ranking? And in men’s singles, why was Nadal-Rosol’s resumption of unniceties the perfect reminder of why we care about tennis? Lastly, we introduce you to Courtney’s new WTA Insider podcast, Ben talks about architectural karma, and these pretzels are making Courtney homesick. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
For a motivated player, few things are more frustrating or detrimental than being stuck practice partner who doesn't care about improving. In this episode we'll discuss possible solutions and help you find the best one!
Marat Safin is an exclusive guest on the Tennis Podcast this week. The two-time Grand Slam champion talks to our reporter David Lewy at the Kia Motor Champions Cup about facing Federer, his major titles, and the racquets he smashed along the the way. He also gives an insight into his new life in Parliament and explains why he feels Grand Slam titles were harder to win in the era in which he played. Meanwhile, Catherine Whitaker is in Singapore for the WTA Finals and talks to David Law about the vibe ahead of the year-end event.
Again a world apart, Ben and Courtney bridge a 12-hour time difference to come together for this episode, in which they discuss the yawniness of Shanghai and Novak Djokovic’s invincibility, but then rally to Djokovic’s defense when it comes to his snub from the ATP Sportsmanship Award Ballot. Just who do Ben and Courtney think should be considered for that award, as well as the other ATP votes? Then, more excitingly, Ben chats with Jiří Fencl, the coach of Lucie Hradecka, who discusses the life and challenges of being a coach, Czech tennis, as well as his awesome tennis app Resultina and the challenges and opportunities of tennis data. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
After a week where Novak Djokovic won yet another Masters Series title in Shanghai and cemented his place even more firmly as the most dominant player on the ATP World Tour, David & Catherine meet (you guessed it, in the Putney Exchange shopping centre) to discuss his stranglehold over the rest. Is he getting better? How do you stop him? And why he isn’t held in the same esteem as previously dominant players, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal? Other topics from the world of tennis this week include Nick Kyrgios, who is edging closer to triggering a ban after incurring another fine in Shanghai, plus David & Catherine’s thoughts on which, if any, of the current crop of ‘young guns’ is best equipped to pose a future challenge to Djokovic.
Welcome the TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to review the Shanghai Rolex Masters. In a year that has brought World No. 1 Novak Djokovic great success, we look at his latest triumph in Shanghai and predict how many more years the Serb will dominate the sport. We also take a look at the road to the ATP World Tour Finals in London and remaining contenders for the eight man field. As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
Your grip strength can make or break every other aspect of your swing technique, so how much is too much (or too little)? In this episode I’ll answer a key question from one of you and try to dispel the myths!
Despite the ocean between them, Ben and Courtney finally reunite (from Boston and Tokyo, respectively) for this episode, and catch up on the doings in WTAsia as well as dude tennis. What can be gleaned from this free-for-all stretch, which included unlikely surges from players like Garbine Muguruza, Venus Williams, and Jo Konta? And as the Singapore race looks ever more chaotic, did Serena do the “right” thing by withdrawing? On the men’s side, where does Rafael Nadal’s lopsided loss to Novak Djokovic in the Beijing final leave him? And is Stan Wawrinka having the best year of any Swiss player, or does that honor go to Federer, Bencic, Bacsinszky, or Hingis? Then, Courtney loves Beijing and Ben is giddy about The Future being within reach. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
After Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal for the seventh time in eight meetings, Catherine Whitaker and David Law discuss whether Nadal will ever be a dominant force again. Also in Beijing, Garbine Muguruza emerged triumphant in the WTA Premier Mandatory tournament. Will she win a Grand Slam title in 2016? And, in a week when Catherine was 'swanning around Mallorca' on the ATP Champions Tour, the result was an exclusive interview with Alex Corretja in which he described what it was like to coach Andy Murray. He also reminisces about his first practice session with a 16-year-old Rafael Nadal.
The carpenter measures twice to cut once, to make sure the cut is accurate, for if too much is cut off that mistake cannot be undone. In tennis consider measuring as preparing first to the side for the incoming ball, but then to measure precisely the height of the backswing such that the racquet is […]
Welcome the TennisConnected Podcast for 2015! Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to preview the Shanghai Rolex Masters. With all of the top players back at the same event for the first time since the US Open, we look at the action-packed draw and muse through all four quarters. Can anyone stop Novak Djokovic in the form that he’s currently in? What’s Roger Federer’s motivation for the rest of the year? As always, you can alternatively listen to the #1 tennis PodCast via iTunes and never miss another episode. It is very easy and completely free.
Live from Beijing, China, this episode is Courtney’s Speakerboxx to Ben’s The Love Below last week. Courtney chats to two guests: first, her wonder-climbing buddy Carole Bouchard, a return NCR guest who is in China for the first time and discusses her impressions of tennis in the country, and the two discuss the schedule issues so often discussed at this time of year. Then, Courtney welcomes Peter Chorba, who is the senior business development manager for the China Open, to discuss sponsor liaising and also just life in China as an American ex-pat. As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
Having the wrong mindset in a match can completely derail your performance and cost you the win… Likewise, the wrong mindset in practice can keep you from making any progress! In this episode I'll go over the critical differences and give you a clear vision for success in both.
After yet more breakthroughs for the new British Number One and World No.49 Jo Konta, fellow BT Sport commentator Anne Keothavong tells David Law that she thinks Konta could make it into the World's Top 20 by Wimbledon 2016. Plus David & Catherine Whitaker debate the future of Serena Williams - how deep an impact will her US Open loss to Vinci prove to have? - and the amazing success of her sister and newly crowned Wuhan Open Champion Venus. All that, plus plenty more talking points, including whether Andy Murray deserves his inclusion in 'The Big 4', and debate over whether Grigor Dimitrov will ever fulfil his potential.
With Ben and Courtney an ocean apart, this week we bring you a special interview from earlier this year, in which Ben sat down with tennis investigative journalist and author Michael Mewshaw to talk about the unsavory sides of tennis which he uncovered in working on his explosive books Short Circuit and Ladies of the Court. Decades after the books came out, many of the same issues still linger. From conflicts of interests to match fixing to drugs, Michael pulls lots of pins out of grenades here as well, so be sure to duck and cover as needed! As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
What are the most unbelievable things that have happened in tennis in the last 11 years? And what will happen over the next 11? All discussed by David & a gravelly-voiced Catherine as well as Andy Murray's bold revelation that he may miss the ATP World Tour Finals in order to prepare for the Davis Cup final.
It's an unfortunate fact that most tennis players reach a plateau in their skill level, and without the proper understanding of how improvement happens they are stuck there. Don't be one of them! Here is how you can keep your game moving forward.
As the dust settles from the U.S. Open, Ben and Courtney sift through current developments in tennis to find what really matters. How does the devaluation of Davis Cup reflect on the dwindling importance of nationalism in tennis? Should Andy Murray skip the World Tour Finals in order to play the final in Belgium? What should Stacey Allaster’s WTA reign be remembered for? And how should Serena Williams and the rest of the women approach the remainder of the season, including the new Zhuhai event? Should Novak Djokovic change something in order to be loved? Should we aspire to be unpopular quarterbacks? As always, thanks for liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and subscribing/reviewing on iTunes or whatever your podcasting platform of choice may be!
Great Britain is into a Davis Cup final for the first time since 1978, and the Tennis Podcast reviews a week in which Andy Murray shouldered his nation’s fortunes successfully, yet again. Telegraph Tennis Correspondent Simon Briggs joins Tennis Podcast presenters David Law (BBC Radio 5 Live) and Catherine Whitaker to talk about Murray’s exploits, carried out, as we discover on the show, with a bad back. Lleyton Hewitt’s glorious Davis Cup playing career also came to an end in Glasgow, and he reflects on 17 years at the top of the sport, while also paying tribute to Murray. Finally, Leon Smith talks exclusively to The Tennis Podcast and says that Dan Evans, Kyle Edmund and James Ward now have to ‘prove why I should pick you’ for the final against Belgium, in Belgium, 27-29 November. Belgium are into their first final since 1904. The Tennis Podcast is produced in association with The Telegraph, and supported by BNP Paribas, the bank for a changing world.
The Murray brothers’ five-set win over Sam Groth and Lleyton Hewitt was ‘one of the most memorable days in British tennis history’, according to British Eurosport pundit Annabel Croft. With Great Britain standing one Andy Murray match win away from a Davis Cup by BNP Paribas final for the first time since 1978, Croft joined David Law (BBC 5 Live) and Catherine Whitaker on the Tennis Podcast to talk about an epic doubles encounter. "I've never experienced an atmosphere in my life like the one in this arena today,” said Croft. “It’s one of the most memorable days in British tennis history and Judy Murray said to me in New York that winning the Davis Cup is one of Andy’s major ambitions." Sitting courtside in Glasgow as Bernard Tomic was put through his paces on Saturday evening, the Tennis Podcast team speculated about whether any changes to the team are likely. ‘‘It is just such a conundrum for the Aussies over who to pick,” said Croft. "From what I’m seeing I think it might well be ...
Former British Davis Cup player Greg Rusedski has backed Britain to go on from their 1-1 overnight scoreline to reach the final of the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas for the first time in 37 years. In a guest appearance on Tennis Podcast, Rusedski told presenters David Law and Catherine Whitaker that Andy Murray is looking better than ever, and believes he will play in Saturday’s doubles and carry Britain to victory on Sunday, Captains Leon Smith and Wally Masur give their verdicts on day one, with Masur confirming the identity of his doubles pairing. The Tennis Podcast is produced in association with The Telegraph and supported by BNP Paribas, the bank for a changing world. Greg Rusedski is a pundit for British Eurosport.
Having a negative doubles partner can have a very negative effect on your mental state, communication and the outcome of the match. Here's what to do when you find yourself stuck with the inevitable grouch, critic, or know-it-all!
Great Britain are about to play Australia in the host nation’s first Davis Cup by BNP Paribas semifinal for 34 years, and as well as previewing the tie in Glasgow, The Tennis Podcast has spoken exclusively to both teams to find out more about them. For instance, which of them would get on best at Strictly Come Dancing? Who knows their capital cities? And who spends the most time in front of the mirror? As you will hear, the team members on the respective teams do not always agree… Fun and games aside, the talk of the town, and the podcast, was that of Captain Leon Smith’s decision to choose Dan Evans as the No.2 singles player in place of James Ward and Kyle Edmund, who are both higher ranked. How big of a risk is it? Will it be a mistake or a masterstroke? The Telegraph’s Tennis Correspondent Simon Briggs talks it through with presenters David Law and Catherine Whitaker, and we hear the reasons given by Leon Smith, and the verdict of Andy Murray. Predictions for the tie as a whole ...
Brodie and Bri talk about the topsy-turvy men’s final, the pressure on Serena, Pennetta’s amazing break through and the tours on a whole heading into the final months of the season. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher, rate, review and tell a friend!