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BetMGM handicapping expert Chase Kiddy dives into sports betting every week with knowledgeable guests. We're talking college football, NFL, hoops, baseball, tennis and more, with lines provided by the BetMGM online sportsbook. Listen for betting strategies, weekly picks and thoughtful analysis.
 
Tennis analysis from beyond the baseline. Hosted by Simon Bushell and Devang Desai, Open Era covers the headlines and oddities from the ATP and WTA. Ranging from the 'Big Three' to Canada’s meteoric rise in the tennis world, Open Era keeps you informed and entertained.
 
Come join in the discussions as we preview and review the tournaments on the ATP World Tour and WTA Tour week by week. We go through the previous weeks winners, all the match ups in the first round of the upcoming tournaments, have a look at the seeded players, have a look at past winners of the events and give out a special prediction on who you should back to win the whole event!
 
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Tennis And Bagels Podcast

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Tennis And Bagels Podcast

Andre Rolemberg, Vansh Vermani, Owen Lewis

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The Tennis and Bagels Podcast aims to capture the best parts of tennis, from tactics to touching moments and many things in between. Andre Rolemberg started the show in 2019 and added Vansh Vermani — a dynamo in all things tennis statistic related — and Owen Lewis, a blogger, to the team. As the legendary Big Three head into the twilight of their careers and the WTA approaches a gleaming Golden Age with its plethora of young talent, change is afoot in the tennis world. Andre, Vansh, and Owen ...
 
Baseline Intelligence is a podcast dedicated to providing a broad array of insights and perspectives for both highly competitive and recreational tennis players. In addition to comprehensive discussions related to proper technique, helpful practice, training and strategy recommendations, this podcast explores the dimensions of important mental training, and the application and interpretation of meaningful tennis analytics. Just as important, this podcast aims to be a fun, entertaining and in ...
 
You've just found a unique and high energy tennis podcast where the conversation is always geared toward the ultimate tennis fan. Each week, we have a different professional ATP or WTA tennis player that joins one of their biggest fans to take a fun deep-dive into their remarkable career.... as well as the weekly drama, comedy and top stories from the world of professional tennis. Our favorite players are here to give the backstory on some of the biggest moments in tennis history in this uni ...
 
Welcome to the Watch The Africans Sports Podcast featuring 2eezy and Jay Francis! This podcast is an unfiltered, uncensored podcast that gets right to the point! There is a lot of cursing and profanity used so if your one of those soft people that don't like real talk please fast forward! Please share with your friends!! Cover art photo provided by William Stitt on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@willpower Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtasports/support
 
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Tennis Weekly

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Tennis Weekly

Joel Girling & Kim Mackenzie

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Brought together by their unified passion for tennis and ability to not take each other too seriously, Joel, Kim & Chris are here every Monday to give their verdict on the biggest stories from everyone’s favourite fuzzy yellow ball sport. From the sublime to the ridiculous (with the odd bit of trivia thrown in), Tennis Weekly serves an all-court mix of ATP/WTA tour catch-ups, Grand Slam round-by-round coverage and special guests in conversation, to be your definitive tennis companion for the ...
 
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Tennis Channel Inside-In

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Tennis Channel Inside-In

Tennis Channel, Tennis Channel Podcast Network

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Produced out of the state of the art Tennis Channel Studios in Santa Monica, California, host Mitch Michals takes you inside the world of professional tennis with the past, present, and future of the sport. Featuring Tennis Channel broadcasters, players, and many others who eat, sleep & breathe tennis. Stay in the loop and in the know with Tennis Channel Inside-In.
 
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The Tennis Podcast

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The Tennis Podcast

David Law, Catherine Whitaker, Matt Roberts

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Catherine Whitaker, David Law and Matt Roberts talk tennis weekly throughout the year and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments. Friends of The Tennis Podcast have access to exclusive Q & A's, new editions of Tennis Re-Lived and more bonus contents. To become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Boulevard Club's Stephane Cadieux (Badminton Director) and Paul Cairns (Tennis Director) give their predictions, insights and opinions on current ATP and WTA Tour Events. Special guest will also share their expert opinions on their favorite players and current tournament results. These two passionate coaches promise to deliver animated and entertaining discussions.
 
Tennis offers itself as many things to many people …be it a Pursuit, a Pastime, perhaps a Profession. Unquestionably … it is a Passion. Tennis. Is. Life. "Tennis Is Life” is where those who live & breathe the game engage in expansive conversation about every aspect of the game. The sport’s real players, both on & off the court, whether they toil under the glare of the spotlight, or labor intently just beyond it. Impactful people … making things happen, be it past, present or future. If you are ...
 
Join Jon (@JRTweetsTennis) and @SnizeMaster as they break down matches from across the tennis world and give you insights on how they've managed to become consistent, high-volume successful bettors. From the WTA to the ATP to the Challenger Tour, they'll break down matches, offer scouting reports and analyze prices on the day's best matches and those showing the most value to their systems!
 
Join Val Febbo and Joel Fruci as they chat about the wide world of tennis every week. On this podcast, you will hear the best tennis news, most recent results, rankings and upcoming tournaments, as well as everything in between. So sit back, relax and tune in to one of the best tennis podcasts that you'll hear.
 
Welcome to Talk Tennis Tea! This podcast is all about the otherside of tennis starting with gossip, scandals, ridiculous fan theories and updates on the latest next generation players from the WTA and ATP. So, grab a cuppa and be prepared to hear all the tea. If you wanna keep up to date go follow the socials below: Twitter @talktennistea Instagram @TalkTennisTea
 
The Players' Lounge is a tennis podcast that focuses on the mental aspect of the game. In this podcast you will get tips on: - How to become more confident on the tennis court;-How to build a winning mentality;- How to deal with pressure before and during a tennis match;- How to finance your tennis career ;- How to surround yourself with the right people;- How to prepare your "after-career"The podcast will also feature "case studies" around tennis icons such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, S ...
 
This podcast's mission is to discuss junior tennis with a focus on the journey and process of player development. We discuss trends in junior development and promote tennis events at all levels, including college, Futures, Challengers, ATP/WTA, and local events. We would like to invite our audience to share our experience raising competitive junior tennis players in the USA. We will discuss the highs and lows of being a Payer as we watch our players.
 
From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Naomi Osaka (大坂 なおみ, Ōsaka Naomi, Japanese pronunciation: [oːsaka naomi], born October 16, 1997) is a Japanese professional tennis player. She has been ranked No. 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and is the first Asian player to hold the top ranking in singles. She is a four-time Grand Slam singles champion, and is the reigning champion at the US Open and the Australian Open. Her seven titles on the WTA Tour also include two at the Premier Mandat ...
 
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Talk Tennis

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Talk Tennis

Michelle Heidbrink, Tennis Warehouse

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Created for the tennis enthusiast! Get a peek behind the scenes from touring pros, industry experts, the physics behind tennis & gear guides! You‘ll stay up to date & well versed in all things tennis and learn more than you can imagine about gear (think: racquets, shoes, strings and MORE)! Powered by Tennis Warehouse.
 
The Odlum Brown VanOpen is Western Canada’s largest and most celebrated tennis event. It offers a total of $208,320 USD in prize money and provides players the opportunity to gain valuable world-ranking points on both the ATP and WTA Tours. It annually attracts 130 international and professional players from over 33 countries. Milos Raonic, Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, Johanna Konta, Kevin Anderson, Eugenie Bouchard, Vasek Pospisil, Marion Bartoli, Naomi Osaka and Karolina Pliskova are amon ...
 
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Talk Tennis is back for 2023! We're so excited for pro tennis and in this episode, we are so excited to chat all things WTA pro tennis gear! Who made big switches in racquets?! Shoes?! Strings?! Apparel?! Coaches?! And more! Michelle and Troy talk through some of the top names on the women's side from the singles stars to doubles specialists. They …
 
Will Boucek and Hanlon Walsh preview the Australian Open men's & women's doubles draws. We make picks for each quarter including unseeded teams to watch out for, and our predictions for the 2023 AO doubles champions for both the ATP and WTA. Who has momentum going into the AO? What new teams are we excited to see? Who are the favorites & dark horse…
 
Day 1 of the 2023 Grand Slam season is in the books at the Australian Open - Catherine, David and Matt talk it all through. Raducanu vs Gauff in round two….YES PLEASE Andreescu is happening and Catherine is excited Injury scare for Collins…and lots of drama Draper learns the hard way about facing Nadal Kyrgios calls a press conference and withdraws…
 
The 2023 Hologic WTA Tour season is here and Aryna Sabalenka is already bored. The World No.5 kicked off her season by winning her first title since 2021 Madrid, winning the Adelaide International 1. Sabalenka's title run was not without its adversity, but the 24-year-old showed a calmer, more zen approach to her tennis. She joins the podcast to di…
 
Owen talks to Devang Desai from the Open Era podcast about the Australian Open. They cover the American men (gasp!), upsets, predictions, then talk a bit about Break Point and how tennis markets itself. Breakthrough performances by Tommy Paul and Ben Shelton covered here! But the end cometh. Who will be the champions Down Under: Elena Rybakina or A…
 
- Novak is playing possessed, dropping 1 set en route to another GS Final - Stefanos has found his mojo, could he capture his 1st slam?! Americans Continue to Rise - Tommy Paul enters the Top 20! - JJ Wolf enters the Top 50! - Ben Shelton enters the Top 50! - What does Korda need to do to breakthrough? - Sabalenka pushing people off the court with …
 
In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel, Kim and Chris catch up on the semi final action from the Australian Open, and also address the controversy surrounding Novak Djokovic’s Father after his Quarter Final match. They reflect on the continuing dominance of Djokovic (and his demolition of Tommy Paul) and whether anyone can end this at Melbour…
 
In this episode of Betting Weekly™: Game, Bet, Match, Nigel Seely and Sean Calvert offer Australian Open betting analysis for the men's and women's finals. It's no surprise that Djokovic is favored to win -- but you can get plus-money odds using Sean's play. Plus, a fun parlay to spice up the end of this year's first Grand Slam.…
 
Catherine, David and Matt react to the men's semi-finals which saw Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Karen Khachanov to reach a first Australian Open final and Novak Djokovic beat Tommy Paul to reach a tenth. We discuss the way in which Djokovic still won without his best tennis, how he dealt in press with the controversy surrounding his father and how he ma…
 
26 major titles, 67 tournament wins, 5 Davis Cup titles, World #1 in 1967, the great Australian John Newcombe joined me from the roof of Rod Laver Arena and it was a tremendous thrill. In the 60s and 70s John first served and volleyed his way to tennis fame, and with his signature moustache became one of the most famous people in the world. We talk…
 
Alex Gruskin of Cracked Racquets joins Chris Oddo to talk about the fantastic performances of the American men at this year's Australian Open. You can find Alex's brilliant work at Crackedracquets.com, he hosts several podcasts, covering NCAA tennis and the pro game as well, and also works as a commentator for the Tennis Channel. Cracked Racquets G…
 
Get ready for power in the women's final on Saturday after Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka set up what promises to be a fearsome showdown on Saturday. How did Rybakina win the first set against Victoria Azarenka despite her first serve going missing? Just how impressive was Sabalenka to overcome her Grand Slam semi-final scar tissue? And how wil…
 
Hall Of Fame Tennis Journalist & 60 Minutes Reporter Jon Wertheim joins the podcast to try to put into words exactly how dominant Novak Djokovic has been in Melbourne. Wertheim breaks down the American men's tennis surge led by first-time semifinalist Tommy Paul, Stefanos Tsitsipas finding success down under yet again, and how the women's final of …
 
In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel, Kim and Chris catch up on the Quarter Final action Down Under as the tournament heads to its concluding stages. With Magda Linette continuing her unheralded run to the latter stages of a Grand Slam with a win over yet another seeded player, Victoria Azarenka making the semis of the AO 10 years after her…
 
This is our second interview with Peter Lebedevs, coach of Top-100 WTA Doubles Player Catherine Harrison and tournament director of the Dallas Open. We talk about the upcoming Dallas Open from February 4-12, what he has learned in the past year, Catherine's offseason and progress, and doubles strategy. In this conversation we talk about: What will …
 
As the semi-final line-ups were complete, we were thrilled to welcome Pam Shriver onto the show to talk all about her experience coaching Donna Vekic at this year's Australian Open. Pam opens up about why she's enjoyed the fortnight so much, what she sees as Vekic's potential, how she prepared Vekic for her quarter-final against Aryna Sabalenka, an…
 
It wasn't a vintage day at the Australian Open with three straight sets matches and one retirement, but there was a vintage performance by Victoria Azarenka as she beat Jessica Pegula 6-4 6-1 to reach the semi-finals in Melbourne for the first time since her title run in 2013. Catherine, David and Matt talk all about that, as well as her extraordin…
 
Welcome to the third installment of our Australian Open series! We're at the quarterfinals, and the men's draw is giving chaos while the women's seems kind of … correct? We talk about Djokovic's mini-battle with the press and overall less than sunny mood, the state of safeguarding against abuse on the WTA, and another induction into our Hall of Fam…
 
She was a world number one in doubles and six-time grand slam champion! Now she's one of the sports very best commentators. Aussie Rennae Stubbs joins us as we've passed the midway point of the 2023 Australian Open and break down all the unfolding storylines. We also discuss the Netflix curse, how the Canadians fared in singles, and offer our predi…
 
In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel, Kim and Chris are back together to catch up on Round 4 of the Australian Open. With top seed Iga Swiatek ousted by reigning Wimbledon Champion Elene Rybakina, and podcast favourite Caroline Garcia losing to unseeded Magda Linette, the women’s draw has been yet again flung open to further excitement and …
 
Action Network Betting Analyst and all around tennis junkie Kenny Ducey joins the podcast to recap a wild few days of thrilling action at the Australian Open. Ducey discusses what makes these improbable American quarterfinalist in the men's draw so special, with Ben Shelton, Sebastian Korda & Tommy Paul all making the biggest runs of their career i…
 
Moments after Novak Djokovic produced a masterclass and gave us all an early night, we headed to Garden Square to record the Day 8 pod. We discuss just how good that performance was from Djokovic and what it might mean for the rest of the tournament, Andrey Rublev's nail-biting victory over Holger Rune and what it told us about both players, and ou…
 
Wow, that was a week. On the latest Open Era, Devang Desai is joined by special guest co-host Crina Mustafa to cover an extraordinary opening seven days in Melbourne. They’ll rank the performances of the Canadians, none of whom are left in singles. How did Felix, Bianca, Leylah and Denis really do? Then, they’ll tackle the biggest storylines so far…
 
Former World #15 and Australia Davis Cup Captain Wally Masur and I chatted on the middle Saturday of The Australian Open on the roof of Rod Laver Arena. We discussed the tournament, the draws, Seb Korda, Andy Murray, the late nights and the hard fights, and how important The Davis Cup is and how it has been bastardized. We discussed his career and …
 
Our day began with watching Elena Rybakina beating Iga Swiatek on the Rod Laver, a result which set the tone for a dramatic day as Coco Gauff and Felix Auger-Aliassime were also beaten, while Sebastian Korda and Stefanos Tsitsipas survived five setters. Catherine, David and Matt get stuck into it all on the podcast. *WIN A 3-NIGHT STAY AT THE MIAMI…
 
Richard Pagliaro and Erik Gudris join host Chris Oddo to talk about a wonderful week one in Melbourne. Topics Discussed: Rafa's future? Is there more glory to come? If not Novak, then who? A discussion of potential winners of the men's singles crown in Melbourne, and the form and fitness of the nine-time champ. Iga's aura, is it still intact? Netfl…
 
In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel and Chris catch-up on all of the third round action down in Melbourne at the Australian Open. There was heart break for last year's Australian Open singles finalists Daniil Medvedev and Danielle Collins as they both crashed out whilst Andy Murray's legs finally gave out on him in an entertaining four set…
 
When we came to Melbourne for the Australian Open, we did not expect to be talking so much about Andy Murray, but once again he was the main story on Day 6, even in defeat. With his match against Roberto Bautista Agut only lasting 3h30m, we finally got the chance to record on site in Garden Square with a beer in hand and tennis noises in the backgr…
 
The day began with an Andy Murray induced hangover, but it picked up by the night session leaving Catherine, David and Matt plenty to discuss: Women’s fourth round blockbusters set Pegula drops two games, Swiatek drops one Keys crumbles against Azarenka Korda delivers a big statement to beat Medvedev Tiafoe and Shapovalov fall short of Murray-esque…
 
Hey there, just popping in to offer some thoughts on the first few days of the 2023 Australian Open and the first three episodes of Netflix’s tennis docuseries Break Point! We talk about a few standouts from a pretty rocky and wet week one (don’t be offended if we missed your fave, it’s not comprehensive); we discuss the Netflix Curse chatter that …
 
In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel, Kim and Chris join forces to catch up on the second round of action at the Australian Open. Andy Murray yet again provides the entertainment as he wins a marathon match against Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis, clinching victory in the early hours of the morning in his longest ever career match. Meanwhile, Ame…
 
The Australian Open is off to a blazing start, and this podcast has you covered from every angle. TC's own Prakash Amritraj joins the show to react to Andy Murray's two five-set wins, Rafael Nadal's 2nd round exit, and the American tennis explosion in Melbourne with eight US men reaching the round of 32. Amritraj also breaks down the women's field,…
 
The whole feel of the Australian Open changed on Thursday as big names and high seeds were beaten, leaving sections of both draws wide open and setting us up for a potentially wild second week. And then as the day morphed into the night, Andy Murray played the longest and most ridiculous match of his career, coming back from two sets down and clinc…
 
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