Welcome to the hardest hitting podcast in tennis! Patrick McEnroe’s podcast series is perfect for tennis enthusiasts of all ages, as he interviews other legendary tennis players, actors, athletes, broadcasters and musicians about their illustrious careers and passionate love of tennis.
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Patrick talks politics with tennis fan and former Communications Director for the RNC Doug Heye. How does Doug size up the current political climate, and does he see another Biden/Trump matchup in the next Presidential Election? more
Patrick is back with a brand new Tennis Tuesday! Patrick's thoughts on an amazing Wimbledon, and what's coming up at the US Open. more
Patrick checks in before heading over the pond with ESPN for Wimbledon 2023! more
Thanks Patrick for your podcast coverage -> always incredible to hear from both McEnroes at the majors. On a side note, with today’s announcement of Saudi-backed LIV Golf merging with PGA Tour, is there any implication for the future of ATP/WTA tournaments? Tennis now faces, as you mentioned in yesterday’s podcast, broadcasting/streaming challenges. Is classic tennis autonomy still intact, able to withstand disruptors?
The disagreement about the German clay being faster was interesting. In any case, I had a theory that John McEnroe had just played too many matches over the year, and had too many wins, which caused too many matches, up until early June 1984. The Dusseldorf final was the day before the French Open first round. I speculate that had he clearly lost to Lendl at Dusseldorf due to being tired (or somehow tanked the match), he wouldn't have been mentally tired in the third set of the French Open. more
Fascinating how he described watching Rocky on an aeroplane and how it inspired him to greater fitness. People aren't always all that different.
Podcast is great and would definitely love some inside info on the pickleball slam
Awesome podcast. Please try to get more former and current players on and do a pod once a week.
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Holding Court launched 4 years ago and published 207 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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