Tennis: One 2017 major in the books, and it might be tough for the rest of them to top what happened over a fortnight at the Australian Open.
Greg DePalma is joined by PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand to recap a vintage Australian Open, where Roger Federer and Serena Williams both added to their legacies. It’s the start of a sports menu that includes college basketball, the Senior Bowl, NASCAR and golf.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand preview a turn-back-the-clock championship weekend at the Australian Open, featuring the first clash of Serena Williams and older sister Venus Williams in a Grand Slam final since 2009. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal also have their first Grand Slam title encounter since 2011.
Greg DePalma previews Thursday night’s top college basketball games, with analysis and predictions on a slate led by a key Pac-12 showdown between Utah and Oregon. The latest Australian Open news also is on tap, with Serena Williams and older sister Venus set to square off for the women’s crown in Melbourne.
Greg DePalma looks at Wednesday night’s college basketball slate and delves into the Australian Open women’s semifinals, where Americans makes up three-fourths of the lineup. That includes the return of grand dame Venus Williams against upstart CoCo Vandeweghe, whose bloodlines run through the NBA and Olympic swimming.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand preview the Australian Open semifinals, where Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal head up a turn-back-the-clock edition that also features 36-year-old Venus Williams and a fairytale run by Mirjana Lucić-Baroni on the women’s side.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand once again assess a topsy-turvy Australian Open bracket, which lost top seeds Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber on the same day after six-time champ Novak Djokovic already had crashed out. Among the survivors: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Mischa Zverev, CoCo Vandeweghe … and Serena Williams.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand try to make sense of Novak Djokovic‘s early exit from Australian Open, losing a nearly 5-hour marathon to Denis Istomin that sent him packing in the second round. With women’s No.3 Agnieszka Radwanska also dumping out, new look at both draws is timely.
Tennis: The year’s first major arrives, as Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber defend their Australian Open crowns.
Karolina Pliskova from the Czech Republic is our pick to win her first career Grand Slam event when she travels down under with the rest of the world’s top tennis stars starting tonight in Melbourne for the 2017 Australian Open.