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I’m a relatively new tennis fan and have started listening to this podcast over the last year or so. I really like the content, but the quality of Tumaini’s audio is always so poor it makes it really frustrating to listen to. The most recent episode has been re-uploaded with supposedly better audio but it’s still so fuzzy and just really puts me off listening to what would otherwise be a great pod.
I enjoyed this podcast for a while, and I appreciate the insights of both Ben and Tumaini. However, it’s really difficult to understand Tumaini because his microphone/recording setup is clearly lower quality. So many people multi task or have background noise while listening, and it’s just a bummer that I have to tune Tumaini out for long stretches because I’ve, like, turned on the faucet. more
Sorry but there’s just no chemistry between Ben and Tumaini, so these long episodes are now tedious to get through. It was so much more enjoyable and witty with Courtney as co-host.
Really proud to see how far this show has come. Really great eps as of recent.
Ben I agree with your take on the show. I’m a newer tennis fanatic over the past two years and I was extremely disappointed they didn’t focus on the winners and the bigger story lines. It’s what drew me in on its own. The fact that they didn’t show Alcaraz barley at all is extremely disappointing especially with what he did in Madrid. He’s the future of the sport and incredibly talented that even someone who doesn’t follow tennis can understand. I found it boring expect for the bits you talked a... more
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No Challenges Remaining launched 11 years ago and published 505 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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