Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look at the latest tennis headlines, including Alexander Zverev‘s second ATP victory in as many weeks by beating Roger Federer in Montreal. They also discuss the nagging injuries of Federer and Andy Murray, with the U.S. Open less than two weeks away.
Tennis: A custody battle in a California court will keep Victoria Azarenka out of all U.S. Open tuneup events this summer – and maybe the U.S. Open itself.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look at headlines from around the tennis world, including growing speculation about a contemporary “battle of the sexes” between Serena Williams and John McEnroe. They also discuss Stan Wawrinka pulling the curtain down on his season, along with a review of last week’s Citi Open in Washington.
Tennis: Stan Wawrinka becomes the latest to call an early end to his 2017 season, scuttling a U.S. Open title defense. Victoria Azarenka also is cutting back on her schedule.
Tennis: As the International Tennis Hall of Fame welcomed Andy Roddick and Kim Clijsters to its ranks over the weekend, the ITF told Ilie Nastase he isn’t welcome anywhere near its events.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand assess the first three days at the French Open, including a historic upset of women’s top seed Angelique Kerber, plus early exits from Johanna Konta in the women’s draw and and Alexander Zverev on the men’s side.
Tennis: PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand breaks down the top contenders at Roland Garros, as neither top seed arrives in form and no Serena Williams or Roger Federer in sight.
PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand, freshly arrived in Paris for next week’s French Open, joins Greg DePalma to discuss pre-Open headlines that include Novak Djokovic‘s selection of Andre Agassi to be his new coach. They also review the youth uprising that took place in Rome, with Alexander Zverev and Elina Svitolina winning titles.
Tennis: While baby news made a lot of off-court headlines, Alexander Zverev and Elina Svitolina registered victories in Rome to reach the highest rankings of their careers.
Tennis: The coaching carousel turned for both Novak Djokovic and Madison Keys last week, while Marin Cilic was the big winner on the court.