The Tennis Podcast
Presented by tennis commentator David Law and featuring Catherine Whitaker, in each episode the The Tennis Podcast features an in-depth interview with a big-name player, a top journalist or influential administrator, and plenty of chat about the sport.

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After two months of hibernation, technical problems and general laziness, Catherine and David are back with a bumper episode to preview a US Open that has already started. Slack.

But, with the benefit of two days, the predictions, you would assume, are sharper than ever. Wrong. Prepared to be shocked.

Direct download: Episode_70.mp3
Category:Sport -- posted at: 1:49 PM
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One of the great men's singles finals, one of the great women's final performances, and a big row over best-of-five sets at Slams. Catherine and David review Wimbledon.

Direct download: Episode_69.mp3
Category:Sport -- posted at: 7:47 PM
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As Catherine moves two correct results away from a perfect final prediction, the Tennis Podcast is in danger of self-combusting given the form of Grigor Dimitrov. Can he really beat Novak Djokovic? And will he play his Dad in the final?

 

Direct download: Episode_68a.mp3
Category:Sport -- posted at: 10:47 PM
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Prepare for the Roger Federer of Wimbledon week 2's. Catherine and David are. As we take a breather on middle Sunday, listen to their half-term chat. 

Direct download: Episode_67.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:51 PM
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From inside the Centre Court less than 24 hours before the start of the Wimbledon 2014, Catherine and David pick their finalists for both men's and women's singles, and talk  through a mouthwatering draw. 

Direct download: Episode_66.mp3
Category:Sport -- posted at: 5:42 PM
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Grigor Dimitrov has charmed The Queen's Club for years, but today he became its champion. After holding aloft the famous trophy, Catherine and David assessed his prospects in the Tennis Podcast. Then the Rally For Bally took centre stage, with Victoria Azarenka showing the world just what a lovely, funny girl she is. And we throw in an interview with Andy Murray for good measure. 

Direct download: Episode_65.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:14 PM
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A couple of hours after Rafael Nadal overwhelmed Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic beat Ernests Gulbis in the French Open finals, Catherine and David got together to predict winners for the finals, and ponder whether Nadal vs. Djokovic is the greatest rivalry of all time. 

Direct download: Episode_64.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:25 PM
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After a bit of a break, Catherine and David are back to talk through the clay court season, assess who is now the favourite for the French Open after Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal in Rome, and to look ahead to the grass court season.

Direct download: Episode_63.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:44 AM
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Two days after Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl announced that they were going their separate ways, the Tennis Podcast returns to pick over the bones. Catherine and David give their theories about what happened and choose their preferred replacement. Bob Brett? Larry Stefanki? John McEnroe? And we speak to Mats Wilander, who coached Grand Slam champion Marat Safin, and knows what it is like.

Direct download: Episode_62.mp3
Category:Sport -- posted at: 1:02 AM
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The Australian Open for 2014 is at an end, and we have a new Grand Slam tennis champion with victory for Stanislas Wawrinka over an injured Rafael Nadal. Catherine and David ask if the crowd were out of order to boo Rafa, and revel in Stan's performance and Li Na's victory speech.

Direct download: Episode_61a.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:09 AM
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