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.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss a Davis Cup crown for France, as captain Yannick Noah rolled the dice and got the payoff last weekend against Belgium. They also review the latest in Victoria Azarenka‘s custody battle and how it may affect her playing schedule, plus Serena Williams‘ new Gatorade spot.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look back at the ATP Finals, where Grigor Dimitrov scored the biggest victory of his career, and preview this weekend’s Davis Cup final as France hosts Belgium and Finals runner-up David Goffin. There’s also talk of marriage (Serena Williams) and splitsville (Andy Murray drops coach Ivan Lendl again).
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.
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 Rafael Nadal hitting a French Open milestone and Jelena Ostapenko announcing her arrival, the circuits now look ahead to the grasscourt season and next month’s Wimbledon.
Tennis: A Davis Cup weekend sees both the United States and Great Britain bow out, while two teens battle for their first WTA crown in Charleston, S.C.
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.
Tennis: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal both continue their renaissance seasons at the Miami Open, with Federer prevailing again. On the women’s side, Johanna Konta reached a new plateau.
Tennis: Rafa Nadal drops his uncle, Serena Williams is picked up by Sports Illustrated and the United States overcomes an anthem flub to rout Germany in the Fed Cup.