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: With the season’s third Grand Slam event in the books, many of the game’s top players take pause ahead of beginning preparations for next month’s U.S. Open.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss a Wimbledon quarterfinal round that left just one of the men’s “Big Four” standing, topped by American Sam Querrey‘s stunning comeback against world No.1 Andy Murray. On the women’s side, Venus Williams continues her quest to become the oldest women’s champion, but must dispatch home favorite Johanna Konta to reach the final.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss all the the buzz at Wimbledon, topped by Rafael Nadal‘s ouster in a five-set instant classic against Gilles Muller, decided 15-13 in the final set. Also, Venus Williams and CoCo Vandeweghe give American tennis two entrants in the women’s quarterfinals, but the No.1 ranking will change hands after Angelique Kerber‘s exit.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss top headlines from the opening week at Wimbledon, including comments by several players that this year’s grass is slower (and more worn) than usual. They also look ahead to Monday’s fourth round, as the men’s “Big Four” continue to roll and the women’s draw is wide open.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand take a look at Wimbledon‘s opening round, in which No.5 seed Stan Wawrinka was given an early exit and Nick Kyrgios was forced to abandon his match with injury. Roger Federer, on the other hand, scored his 85th win to take sole possession of the men’s all-time record.
Tennis: Novak Djokovic makes moves on and off the court in the final days leading to Wimbledon, while other changes continue to make the coaching carousel spin.