Prime Sports Tennis: Feb. 14 podcast

February 14, 2018

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look back at last week’s Fed Cup action, as Team USA’s victory over the Netherlands also marked Serena Williams‘ first competition since becoming a mother. The result already had been clinched, so the doubles match with sister Venus was mostly a chance to measure her comeback progress.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Feb. 7 podcast

February 7, 2018

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss the results of Davis Cup weekend, as the U.S. men blast their way into the quarterfinals to make up in part for an Australian Open dud and Spain shows its depth in dispatching Great Britain. This weekend brings the Fed Cup, where Serena Williams hits the court to help the U.S. women defend their crown.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Jan. 16 podcast

January 16, 2018

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma to look at the Australian Open‘s opening round, where the American faction suffered a crash course and Simona Halep overcame injury to advance. Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka also offered the first look at their comeback bids.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Nov. 16 podcast

November 16, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss the latest developments at the ATP Finals, where the surprising run of Jack Sock continues with a semifinal berth and Rafael Nadal‘s injury woes come into greater focus. They also recap the spectacular performance of Coco Vandeweghe in bringing the Fed Cup back to U.S. soil.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Nov. 7 podcast

November 7, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss a milestone win for Jack Sock, whose victory at the Paris Masters locked up an ATP Finals debut and moved him into the Top 10 for the first time in his career. On the women’s side, Coco Vandeweghe also cracks the top 10 as she and her U.S. teammates prepare for the Fed Cup final in Belarus.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Nov. 2 podcast

November 2, 2017

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma for plenty of No.1 talk – Rafael Nadal has clinched the year-end No.1 ranking for a record fourth time, Venus Williams is No.1 in women’s prize money and the U.S. Fed Cup team reaches for No.1 behind U.S. Open champ Sloane Stephens and Coco Vandeweghe. And give a No.1 to Virginia Ruzici – Andrea’s pick as Manager of the Year.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: U.S. Open review

September 12, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look back at an enthralling U.S. Open, where women’s champion Sloane Stephens staked her claim at the forefront of a new U.S. wave that turned the women’s semifinals into an all-American affair. They also look at the calendar ahead, including the finals at both the Davis Cup and Fed Cup.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: U.S. Open special II

September 7, 2017

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma live from Flushing Meadow to preview the U.S. Open semifinals, where Juan Martin del Potro‘s triumph over Roger Federer derailed the anticipated clash between Federer and Rafael Nadal. Meantime, all four women’s semifinalists are Americans for the first time since 1985.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: U.S. Open special I

September 5, 2017

Greg DePalma is joined by PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand live from Flushing Meadow as the U.S. Open is down to the quarterfinals, which feature four U.S. women – Madison Keys, Venus Williams, Sloane Stephens and Coco Vandeweghe – for the first time since 2002. They also look at Juan Martin del Potro‘s huge comeback to beat Dominic Thiem in five sets, setting up a clash against Roger Federer.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Sept. 3 podcast

September 3, 2017

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma live from Flushing Meadow to review the U.S. Open‘s opening week, where Coco Vandeweghe, Venus Williams and Madison Keys lead a group of five American women in the Round of 16. Also, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer remain on course for a semifinal clash and Caroline Wozniacki questions Open organizers’ court assignments, notably regarding Maria Sharapova.  

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