What are Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova really like? On the eve of their Australian Open final clash, we put that question to Chris Clarey of the New York Times - a man that has spent many hours in their company.
We get Chris to give us his predictions, review Stan Wawrinka vs. Novak Djokovic and look ahead to Andy Murray vs. Djokovic.
Andy Murray is into his first Grand Slam final since winning Wimbledon, but wow, it was tense, tetchy, and tasty in the semifinals. After a confrontation with Thomas Berdych which featured, exchanges and eye-balling, Catherine Whitaker, who interviewed Murray straight afterwards, and David Law, who commentated on the match, got together to talk it through.
Goran Ivanisevic was a special guest on a day that Andy Murray subdued 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios to reach the semifinals of the Australian Open. With Rafael Nadal bowing out to Thomas Berdych, Catherine, David and Gigi Salmon, there was plenty to talk about.
Andy Murray withstood a barrage of brilliance from Grigor Dimitrov to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals, where Nick Kyrgios awaits. Afterwards, Catherine and David talked through their experiences of the match from rather different vantage points. Both awestruck, obviously.
Two days after Rafael Nadal survived by the skin of his teeth, Roger Federer, his great rival, came undone. Catherine and David emerge from a shocked media room to talk it through. And what does this mean for Murray, Kyrgios, Dimitrov and the rest?
The day after Rafael Nadal squeezed through 7-5 in the 5th against Tim Smyzcek at the Australian Open, Catherine, David and Sunday Times Tennis Correspondent Barry Flatman chewed the fat in our round 2 review.
Leon Smith, the GB Davis Cup captain, joins David Law and Catherine Whitaker to talk about the British players performances in Australia, give some Andy Murray insight and look ahead to GB vs. USA in the Davis Cup World Group first round.
There is also the inevitable inquest into the first round performance of Rafael Nadal, and more specifically the woeful predictions of everyone except David.
The Australian Open 2015 is here and with two days to go, David is joined by the returning Catherine and BBC 5 Live commentator Gigi Salmon to talk through the draws, make final predictions, upset alerts, and surprise picks.
A certain Rafael Nadal debate really required its own show.
Inside the BT Sport commentary box on the second day of the new tennis season, Anne Keothavong joins David Law to talk about what might happen in the year ahead, to anwer your questions and to discuss your big 2015 predictions!
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