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No Challenges Remaining
A podcast discussing the weekly happenings in the wacky world of professional tennis. Hosted by Ben Rothenberg and Courtney Nguyen.
Essential Tennis Podcast - Instruction, Lessons, Tips
Welcome to the very first tennis instruction audio podcast on the iTunes! For over 200 episodes tennis professional Ian Westermann has been answering questions for listeners all over the world with one goal in mind: making you a better tennis player. What topics are covered? Over the years no stone has been left unturned as Ian covers such topics as creating topspin, singles strategy, doubles strategy, mental toughness, stroke technique for the serve, forehand and backhand, fitness and condi ...
Tennis Psychology Podcast
Improve Your Inner Game of Tennis With Powerful Mental Game of Tennis Strategies with Mental Game Expert Dr. Patrick Cohn of
Tennis Podcast with Jon Wertheim
Rare is the league leader in original in-depth coverage of professional, local, college and international sports. And we're updated continuously, delivering the level of rich in-depth coverage Sports Illustrated fans demand, at the speed of CNN.
Gotta Play Tennis
Quick ideas to help improve your enjoyment of the game
Tennis Radio
The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour
The Tennis Files Podcast
Advice from the top minds in tennis to help you improve your game.
Tennis Panorama » Podcast Feed
Tennis News and Information, Tournament Coverage and Features
Tactical Tennis
This podcast by Tactical Tennis authors Glen Hill and Jacob Meyer covers hot topics in tennis ranging from technique and tactics to psychology.
The Tennis Nerd Podcast
Welcome to the show for tennis nerds. We strive to go beyond the usual coverage of what just happened every week. Instead we'll bring you in depth coverage of the ATP and WTA tour, as well as focusing on equipment, tactics, psychology, and the history of the game. We will have guest from all corners of the industry and are always on the lookout for hidden stories from the tennis world! Also it will be funny!
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As the countdown clock passes 50 days to go and with crucial qualification points still on offer, this week’s ATP Tennis Radio Podcast focuses on the Race to Milan, the NextGen Finals.Presenter Gigi Salmon introduces interviews and feature with Alexander Zverev, Denis Shapovalov, Karen Khachanov, Frances Tiafoe, Andrey Rublev, Borna Coric and y ...…
Federer falls, Kevin Anderson slays the giant Sam Querry, and Carreno Busta takes down Schwartzman. Oh and that Rafael Nadal guy is still hanging around too.
It’s quarter finals time, and it’s the draw nobody saw coming. Some guy is playing some other guy. Then there’s that tall Argentinian. Federer and Nadal are still playing. Oh, and Sam Querry turned into an absolute monster. Listen and hear more!
Sharapova makes a statement. Other people play tennis too! Early round US Open Action for 2017 and Tactical Tennis is right here to talk about it.
Dimitrov won Cincinnati over Kyrgios, something we talk about in today’s episode. Then Andy Murray waited until the draw was out before withdrawing, which kinda ruined the US Open Men’s draw. Way to go Andy. But still we talk about the draw and some of the interesting matchups in the first round.
Shapovalov makes waves in Montreal and Zverev the Younger walks away with the title. Federer’s hurt, but how badly? All this and more in this week’s Tactical Tennis Podcast!
Wimbledon 2017 is over. Federer is betterer. In today’s episode we talk about the tournament, as well as take a little time to review the state of the Big Four heading into the final stretch of the year.
The 2017 U.S. Open wrapped up with an unsurprising men's champ in Rafael Nadal and a very surprising women's champ in Sloane Stephens. How did we get there? We discuss. What do we make of how the draw broke in Rafa's favor? And how was Kevin Anderson the one able to seize the opportunity on the bottom half? On the women's side, how did Sloane S ...…
As Rafael Nadal wins the final Grand Slam of the year at Flushing Meadows, presenter Gigi Salmon is joined by tennis commentators David Law and Courtney Nguyen to look back over the fortnight and to discuss what it all means for the rest of the season building up to the Nitto ATP Finals at London’s O2 Arena in November.As well as speaking to th ...…
Racquet Magazine founder/publisher Caitlin Thompson joins us to preview the US Open Women's final! Welcome to the show for tennis nerds. We strive to go beyond the usual coverage of what just happened every week. Instead we'll bring you in depth coverage of the ATP and WTA tour, as well as focusing on equipment, tactics, psychology, and the his ...…
Inside the US Open Podcast presenter, Nick McCarvel joins Gigi Salmon to look back on week one of the US Open.The discussion ranges from Denis Shapovalov's scintillating form to Federer and Nadal's struggles early on and the unusual look to the bottom half of the draw.Along the way, there are also interviews with Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisi ...…
In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn discusses: How can you let go of past mistakes and move on on the tennis court? Lori wrote in and said: “I play tennis and very frequently get mad at myself and my game. I cannot seem to let go of my mistakes and need help with myself mentally on the court. ...…
In one of the biggest and best Slam first rounds ever, Maria Sharapova beat #2 Simona Halep in three thrilling sets. Ben and Courtney didn't quite see that coming, so we break it down in this special Day 1 episode from the U.S. Open. What are Sharapova's chances going forward in what's turned into a very open quarter suddenly? There were some o ...…
No Challenges Remaining
It's our U.S. Open preview show! Ben and Courtney catch up on the happenings of the hardcourt season, and make all the tough picks as we breakdown the women's and men's draws in New York this year. With Andy Murray's withdrawal the last of five from the ATP top 11, how should we feel about the men's field? And just how open is the women's draw, ...…
We preview the US Open with three time US Open doubles champion, Mark Woodforde. We speak about the challengers for the title, hear from Paul Annacone, Jose Higueras, plus doubles contender Bruno Soares. Plus we get Mark's top 5 hard court players and find out what tennis players do in their time off in New York.…
It's our annual US Open mega-preview! We analyze the draw within an inch of its life! Joining me is awesome tennis journo Matt Zemek (@mattzemek). Welcome to the show for tennis nerds. We strive to go beyond the usual coverage of what just happened every week. Instead we'll bring you in depth coverage of the ATP and WTA tour, as well as focusin ...…
Essential Tennis Podcast - Instruction, Lessons, Tips
Watching all those instructional videos on YouTube is helping your game improve, right? WRONG! This episode of the Essential Tennis Podcast reveals why information overload is a huge game killer and what you should be doing to fight it so you can continue your progress on the court.
This week are joined by the voice of the Challenger Circuit Mike Cation (@mikectennis)! If you've ever watched a challenger you've heard his super sweet announcing! We discuss his philosophy on announcing, life on the challenger circuit, and we get the inside info on all the rising American stars like Tiafoe, Fritz, Paul, Opelka and more! Welco ...…
To set the table for the upcoming US Open, Ben chats with two guys who see tennis through very different lenses. First up is Paul Annacone, a former ATP #12 and a past coach of Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Tim Henman, and Sloane Stephens, who is out with his first book Coaching for Life. We talk all sorts of aspects of coaching relationships, a ...…
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Steve Tignor has covered plenty of ground over the last week. On the Podcast, we dig into each of his posts in greater detail.By (
Sean went and saw his first live professional tennis in Toronto and Montreal. He reports back about what it was like. Hint: WAY EFFING DIFFERENT THAN ON TV!!! Follow us on twitter at: @TennisNerdPod and @SeanKent
We hear from Grigor Dimitrov as he claims his first title at Masters 1000 level beating Nick Kyrgios in the final of the Western and Southern Open.We also speak to Dimitrov's coach, Dani Vallverdu, Mike Russell talks about his charge, American youngster, Frances Tiafoe, Brad Gilbert explains why Alexander Zverev is set to dominate the game and ...…
There are SO many ways to measure your improvement (or lack thereof) as a tennis player: all time wins/losses, individual points and matches, quality of practice, beating certain players, the list goes on. The good news is there is a single most accurate way to track your progress that MOST players aren't even using! Here's how to incorporate i ...…
We hear from Alexander Zverev as he reacts to his victory over Roger Federer at the Montreal Masters, plus we take a look back at some of the week's other big stories.Leading Canadian journalist Tom Tebbutt gives us the background info on rising Canadian star, Denis Shapovalov and we bring you an exclusive sit down interview with another NextGe ...…
On today’s episode, Ben Rothenberg, New York Times Writer and host of the No Challenges Remaining Podcast, recapped the 2017 Citi Open with me on championship Sunday. Ben travels the globe to cover tennis tournaments, and he is one of the most knowledgeable journalists in the world about the ATP and WTA tours. One thing I didn’t know about Ben ...…
I'm so excited to have Jonathan and James from the Body Serve Podcast! I was in Toronto to do stand up at Yuk Yuks and of course watch the fabulous ladies at the Rogers Cup so I reached out to them. They came to see me do my show and then we hung out first in the green room and later in my hotel (no hanky panky!) and talked about all things ten ...…
Alexander Zverev wins his fourth final out of five in 2017 to continue his momentum right to the very top of the game and we bring you highlights and analysis from his latest victory against South African, Kevin Anderson in the Washington 500 event.We also hear from young Australian, Thanasi Kokkinakis after his runner-up placing in Los Cabos a ...…
Essential Tennis Podcast - Instruction, Lessons, Tips
How do the top pros in the world accelerate SO fast at their forehands over and over without getting tired? They use the correct parts of their body, in the correct order, and they’re exceptionally well trained! This episode of the Essential Tennis Podcast will dive into all three elements that lead to world class acceleration so you can copy t ...…
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Steve and Ed are back after a bit of summer vacation to discuss the biggest stories in the sport.By (
Long-time friend of the show Lindsay Gibbs joins Ben this week to discuss the intersection of all sorts of societal issues--which she covers in her work as the sports reporter for Think Progress--specifically as they apply to the world of tennis, which has plenty of layers of equality and inequality, both visible and invisible. There's lots of ...…
Essential Tennis Podcast - Instruction, Lessons, Tips
Part 2 of 2 in a series focused on how to develop real, lasting tennis technique improvements that become unconscious habits! This episode of the Essential Tennis Podcast picks up where the last one left off by diving head first into progressions: why they’re so vital, how you should use them, and a long list of ideas that you can use the very ...…
Andy Roddick speaks to us in the week when he added his name to the illustrious list who can call themselves Hall of Famers.We also here from upcoming Russian star Karen Khachanov and discuss the week's big story - Novak Djokovic deciding to call time on his 2017 season due to injury.We start though with the news that lucky loser Leonardo Mayer ...…
On today’s show, I spoke with ATP Pro Dennis Novikov. As an 18-year old, Dennis gained direct entry to the 2012 US Open singles and doubles main draws by winning both titles at the Boys 18s National Championship at Kalamazoo. Dennis impressively won his first round singles and doubles matches at the US Open, and has been steadily climbing up th ...…
Racquet Magazine founder Caitlin Thompson (@Caitlin_Thomps) joins me to discuss what happened at Wimbledon and where we are at the midpoint in the tennis season!
Presenter Seb Lauzier asks Andy Murray's former coach Miles Maclagan to break down the game of Roger Federer and explain what makes the Swiss star so effective.Miles also names his top 5 All-Time Hard Court players and answers listeners questions on a variety of topics.We also hear the feature that the ATP World Tour Uncovered weekly magazine s ...…
Roger Federer makes history becoming the only man to win eight Wimbledon titles. Podcast host Gigi Salmon speaks to Tennis TV commentators, Nick Lester and Robbie Koenig about this achievement, plus we also hear the views of former British number one, Lucie Ahl and former player turned commentator for the BBC, Jeff Tarango.Reporter Seb Lauzier ...…
Wimbledon 2017 is done with two great champions in Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer...but why does it still feel unsatisfying? On the letdowns that defined the second week of this tournament too often. Ben and Courtney talk about what their wins mean, why scheduling remains a crucial variable for both, and other various stories from the under ...…
In Venus Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer vs. Marin Cilic we have two Wimbledon finals with much in common. Ed McGrogan looks back at how the fortnight's final four got here, and what we can expect over the weekend.By (
The semis are set—and there are certainly some surprises. Ed McGrogan discusses Andy Murray's shortcomings, Simona Halep's exit and CoCo Vandeweghe's flop, and then focuses on the survivors.By (
Wimbledon's fourth-round extravaganza lived up to its nickname, with some great early women's matches, including Garbine Muguruza's win over top seed Angelique Kerber, and a number of five-setters on the men's side.By (
Second week already? I was just in the middle of a dream (about flying ants, probably). With four rounds of Wimbledon in the books, Ben and Courtney chat about what has happened and what will at a Wimbledon that hadn't been super eventful, really, until Manic Monday clarified some things. What do we make of Angelique Kerber, who will depart the ...…
Matt Zemek is a tennis journalist and writer for @FanPageSports. He writes about tennis from a uniquely nerdy angle so of course we had him on! Enjoy!
At the halfway stage of Wimbledon, presenter Gigi Salmon is joined by Tennis TV commentators Robbie Koenig and Nick Lester to look back over a story-filled opening week.As well as looking at the runners and riders, we also hear from new kid on the block, Alexander Bublik, Pat Cash talks grass court technique 30 years after winning Wimbledon and ...…
On today’s show, I spoke with footwork expert Dave Bailey about how we can improve our movement on the court. Dave is the creator of the Bailey Tennis Footwork Method, used by top professionals all the way down to the amateur level. Dave has worked with over 21 Grand Slam Players, including Monica Seles, Jarmilla Gajdosova, Zang Shaui, Jelena D ...…
The first Monday of Wimbledon is hotly anticipated, but the second Monday may be even better. Ed McGrogan breaks down all 16 fourth-round matches in an extended Tennis in 10 Podcast.By (
An entertaining day of play at the All England Club has given us some tantalizing fourth-round matches, including Azarenka vs. Halep and Ostapenko vs. Svitolina. Ed McGrogan recaps Friday and looks ahead to what's next in SW19.By (
After a satisfying feast for fans on Day 1, Wimbledon served up a rare dud on Tuesday. We discuss one of the sport's biggest problems—retirements—and go through the mostly drama-free matches that went to a full conclusion.By (
Opening day at the All England Club gave us much to discuss, which Ed McGrogan does in under 10 minutes.By (
This week Andy Murray discusses the defence of his Wimbledon title, Rafael Nadal talks about his desire to maintain his form on grass, Nick Kyrgios dissects his game with the help of fellow Aussie, Pat Cash, ATP World Tour Uncovered take an in-depth look at Grigor Dimitrov and also get an exclusive interview with Milos Raonic's new coach, Mark ...…
One of tennis' most anticipated days is here: opening day at the All England Club. Ed McGrogan breaks down Monday's must-see matches, and the tournament as a whole.By (
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