Prime Sports Tennis: April 18 podcast

April 18, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand are joined by Stevie Johnson, fresh off his title in Houston, as he discusses his transition from college star to the pros and his role as one of the top four U.S. guns. Andrea and Greg also review the WTA’s “Next Gen” headliners and preview the Fed Cup semifinals along with the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters¬† on the ATP side.  

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Baseline: April 17 tennis report

April 17, 2017

Tennis: In a week when all four top U.S. men fell victim to post-Davis Cup ailments, Steve Johnson found more in his tank than his compatriots to take the U.S. Men’s Claycourt title in Houston.

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Prime Sports Tennis: April 11 podcast

April 11, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand are joined by Craig Boynton, the only coach to have mentored all four of the current top American men, to offer his insight on Jack Sock, John Isner, Stevie Johnson and Sam Querrey. Discussion later centers on Nick Kyrgios‘ Davis Cup success and Madison Keys‘ troubles on Twitter.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: April 4 podcast

April 4, 2017

With Roger Federer adding another Miami Open title to his season of revival, Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand take on the question of how Federer and Pete Sampras would compare at the height of their careers. Also, Johanna Konta takes another step in her rise by winning at Key Biscayne, plus a Davis Cup quarterfinals preview.  

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The Sports Section: April 2 podcast

April 2, 2017

Greg DePalma previews Sunday’s STP 500, where Kyle Larson starts on the pole for the first stop at Martinsville Speedway this year. He also looks at the newest chapter of the Roger Federer–Rafael Nadal rivalry in Sunday’s Miami Open final, plus Major League Baseball picks as Opening Night looms.¬†  

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The Sports Section: March 31 podcast

March 31, 2017

Greg DePalma is joined by PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand to discuss the latest results at the Miami Open, where Rafael Nadal – who has never won the event – and Roger Federer appear on another collision course to a title showdown. The women’s final, meantime, will see Johanna Konta face Caroline Wozniacki. Greg also gives a NASCAR futures update and discusses some NFL mock drafts.  

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