Introducing Kamau Murray as the new host of the Tennis.com Podcast. As a tennis coach and community leader, tune in each week to hear Kamau interview prolific guests and players, and discuss what really goes on behind the scenes of the tennis tour.
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“She doesn’t hit the ball hard” Sloan won 4 points in the first set! 😂 Love the podcast. Looking forward to you addressing the Raducanu predictions.
Kamau: this is a great podcast. You have interesting guests, and because of your insider knowledge and background you ask exceptional questions. The interview with Mal Washington was so interesting and helped me get to know a guy who I followed as a kid but didn’t really know. Your interview with Ben Rothenberg was also great - it wasn’t a boring consensus discussion - you both pushed back and I heard perspectives on the Naomi debate and other topics that I had not heard anywhere else. Looking f... more
I’m not sure the background of why the hosts were changed, but I don’t enjoy it as much since Nina and Irena are not on anymore.
Noah Rubin of Behind the Racquet is Jewish and on the Tour.
The audio is a little low, but other than that, I’m really liking this pod. Enjoyed the episode with Billy Jean a lot. Just listed to the Ben Rothenberg, must say, I agree with Ben on everything re: Osaka. I’m a big tennis fan, played into college, and agree that press is necessary, and yes of course they should ask about losses and problems with their game, come on! If an athlete is not mentally strong enough to answer questions about losses, I’m not sure they should’ve chosen professional at... more
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