On a day when Lleyton Hewitt’s glorious Wimbledon singles career came to an end, Novak Djokovic cruised into round two and Stan Wawrinka also advanced.
After Andy Murray won a record equalling fourth Aegon Championships title, David Law and Catherine Whitaker get together one final time at The Queen's Club....until the Davis Cup. Murray talks to Catherine live on centre court about his title win while David joins British Davis Cup captain Leon Smith in the Player Lounge. According to Smith, Murray is the favourite for Wimbledon having begun to use his variety aggressively. He also gives the lowdown on the Great Britain against France Davis Cup tie. Meanwhile, Lleyton Hewitt is the legend of today and Viktor Troicki takes The Moet Moment challenge.
On a rain interrupted semi finals day at the Aegon Championships, David had the chance to chat to Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho about his relationship with Rafael Nadal, what football can learn from tennis and the tears he shed when Andy Murray won Wimbledon. He also talks about why he likes tennis, how he would like to spend time with Murray to compare notes on their respective sports, and how he could never cope with being a tennis coach - unable to give team-talks during a match.
Also in this epsiode, David and Catherine debate which of them is the bigger tennis fan (nerd) and Murray's former coach Miles Maclagan gives us his insight into how he will approach the prospect of playing two matches in one day.
On a day when Andy Murray came back from a set down to defeat Gilles Muller, we hear from the British Number One about how he did it.
Meanwhile, Catherine Whitaker asks Gilles Simon who has the best serve in the world, and how he blunted the Milos Raonic delivery.
Toni Nadal gives an exclusive interview in which he talks about his nephew's quest for confidence, and how he will enter Wimbledon pain-free for the first time in years.
And Catherine and David Law are joined by one of the longest-running members of the media team at the Aegon Championships - Mr Robin Daniels - who worked with John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors at the peak of their powers.
The Aegon Championships Tennis Podcast is brought to you in association with the Telegraph.
On another day of high drama at the Aegon Championships, David and Catherine are joined by special guest David Lewy to discuss the defeat of defending champion Grigor Dimitrov and the progress of three-time champion Andy Murray.
Also in today's episode, Jamie Delgado and Gilles Muller join us to talk about Delgado's super-coach status.