Catherine Whitaker, David Law and Matt Roberts talk tennis weekly throughout the year and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments. Friends of The Tennis Podcast have access to exclusive Q & A's, new editions of Tennis Re-Lived and more bonus contents. To become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcast. more
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Italy are the Davis Cup Champions after an emphatic 2-0 victory over Australia in Sunday's final. Have these past few weeks proven that Jannik Sinner is ready for Grand Slam glory? Can Italy build a Davis Cup dynasty with this generation of players? ... more
Saturday in Malaga was a quite extraordinary day as Jannik Sinner did the seemingly impossible, beating Novak Djokovic from match points down in singles and then returning to court to beat him in doubles too, sending Italy through to the Davis Cup Fi... more
The Finland funtime has officially been brought to an end by Lleyton Hewitt and his ruthless band of Aussies. Catherine, David & Matt are all together to discuss talisman De Minaur and David's new favourite player Alexei Popyrin. Will Hewitt make cha... more
Could you possibly be any more whiny about the scheduling? Mostly I enjoy the podcast but seriously Catherine’s whining is boring. more
Used to listen to it a lot since I thought there wasn’t any other good tennis ones around and used to enjoy it but am now sick of the bias and complaining. (WTA can’t afford to pay their players more Catherine!) Ive since discovered Tennis Unfiltered podcast and it is 10x better and I love listening to it!
Complete virtue signaling nonsense. The three hosts are more interested in heavily promoting their own politically correct agendas than analysis of the sport. Constant name dropping, gossip and little else. more
Please do more shows! Great analysis and commentary. Tennis lovers’ #1 pod!
I still listen to this podcast regularly, and I would like to thank David, Catherine and Matt for the work they put into it. Their tennis knowledge is wonderful, and I like it that they each have their strengths, which frequently complement one another. Regrettably, though, I am finding Catherine harder to listen to each year. She whines an incredibly amount, entitlement pours out of her, and I really don’t like the way she frequently puts David down. I completely applaud her fight against the n... more
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