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Join us for a preview of the men's final between Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Potro, who compete against each other in the final of a Grand Slam for the first time. And in sync with the US Open crowning a new women's champion, 20-year-old Naomi Osaka, we take another step back in time during our 50th anniversary celebration by visiting with C…
 
The women's final is here! Serena or surprising and delightful Naomi Osaka? Our team breaks down the matchup. We sit down with Gold Badge umpire Jake Garner. Finally, our 50th anniversary celebration features the last American man to win the singles title, Andy Roddick.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Get ready for the men's semifinals with our preview! Defending champion Rafael Nadal plays Juan Martin Del Potro , then Kei Nishikori takes on Novak Djokovic. We visit with the man behind our 50th Anniversary interviews, Steve Flink. Then Steve gets busy with highlights from his conversation with 1988 champion Mats Wilander.…
 
We fill you in on quarterfinal action and talk to longtime tennis journalist Cindy Shmerler. And as the tennis world marvels at Australian John Millman's stunning win over Roger Federer, we visit with another Aussie who rocked the tennis world 50 years ago. Owen Davidson, who won the very first match of the Open Era, recounts those groundbreaking d…
 
What's better than Madison Keys and Novak Djokovic by daylight? How about Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova under the lights? We preview the entire Labor Day schedule; talk to Eric Goulder, commissioned by the USTA to sculpt the statue honoring Althea Gibson; and visit with Tracy Austin during this 50th anniversary celebration of the US Open!…
 
Let us entertain you! First with a preview of a schedule featuring Rafa and Serena back-to-back on Ashe during the day. Then with a behind the scenes conversation about all the entertainment options -- beyond the tennis -- that make the US Open a world class experience. Finally, we celebrate our 50th anniversary by visiting with three-time champion…
 
The highly anticipated third round match between Serena and Venus Williams leads our rundown. Only that could top both defending champions, Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal, highlighting the day session. And you won't want to miss our conversation with 1971 champion Stan Smith, who shares his experiences on and off the court with his friend and fel…
 
We preview Day 4 highlighted by Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova. We chat with doubles champion-turned-author Horia Tecau. And as part of our 50th anniversary celebration, we visit with two-time champion Monica Seles.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Defending champions Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal start and finish the schedule inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. In between and elsewhere? Serena, Venus, Andy Murray and Juan Martin Del Potro to name a few. We preview the Day 3 schedule PLUS talk visit with the legendary Rod Laver about the dawn of Open tennis.…
 
The US Open is almost upon us! Former world No. 1 and US Open champion Lindsay Davenport joins us to discuss how the US Open Series is wrapping up. We also catch up with 2016 Summer Olympic champion Monica Puig.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Our celebration of 50 years of the US Open brings us back to the 1990s and to one of the top male players in the history of tennis, Pete Sampras. He won five US Open championships, a distinction he shares in the Open Era with Roger Federer and Jimmy Connors.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
British No. 1 Kyle Edmund joins us in the midst of what has been a career-best year. Also, New York Times contributor Ben Rothenberg helps break down what happened in Canada and what to look forward to in Cincinnati.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
The US Open Series heads to Montreal and Toronto, so we preview the week to come with veteran Canadian journalist Tom Tebbutt. Plus, interviews with up-and-coming star Denis Shapovalov and fan favorite Andrea Petkovic.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Nick McCarvel visits with two-time US Open finalist and Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki. We also wrap up week No. 1 of the US Open Series with the help of Washington Post journalist Ava Wallace and look ahead to week No. 2 in San Jose.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
We continue to celebrate 50 years of the US Open with 2003 Champion Andy Roddick. As an 11-year-old his birthday present was to attend the 1991 US Open, where he witnessed Jimmy Connors' magical run. Twelve year later he held the trophy enroute to becoming the No. 1 player in the world.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Two-time champion Tracy Austin is the latest legend to help us celebrate 50 years of the US Open. With her first trophy in 1979 she became the youngest winner in US Open history at the age of 16 years, eight months and 28 days. You'll be surprised where she ate after winning! Plus, a recap of Wimbledon.…
 
We continue to celebrate 50 years of the US Open by catching up with Ivan Lendl, whose remarkable streak of eight consecutive finals during the Eighties was highlighted by three straight championships. Patrick McEnroe also shares his insight as we preview Wimbledon.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
We continue to celebrate 50 years of Open tennis with American Nancy Richey, 1968 French Open champion and a tennis trailblazer. We catch up with newlywed Marin Cilic, 2014 US Open Champion, and – prior to her impressive run to the Roland Garros Girls’ Singles championship – spent some time with 14-year-old US player Coco Gauff.…
 
Kevin Anderson, 2017 US Open finalist, talks about his slow but steady rise to the Top 10. As we head into Roland Garros during this 50th anniversary year of Open tennis, Michael Chang recounts his 1989 breakthrough title in Paris and being part of the “greatest generation” of American men.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
We continue our celebration of 50 years of the US Open with Chris Evert, who shares the tale of a legendary tennis life starting with her "Cinderella in sneakers" debut at age 16. Then the outspoken Brad Gilbert talks tennis nicknames, his work with Andre Agassi and much more.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
As we continue our celebration of 50 years of the US Open, legendary TV announcer Cliff Drysdale recounts his tennis life on the court and as an early organizer of the pro game. We also visit with 1994 US Open champion Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario as well as U.S. teen sensation CiCi Bellis.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Luck was on our side as we spoke to John Isner midway through his run to the Masters 1000 title in Miami, the biggest win of his career. Then Steve Flink visits with Owen Davidson, who -- as part of a fascinating tennis life -- holds the distinction of winning the first match of the Open Era on April 22, 1968. A fascinating look back at an importan…
 
Spring has sprung with USTA president Katrina Adams! She fills us in on Net Generation, how tennis is in full bloom after a rough winter – and what to expect in August at the US Open. We also continue our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the US Open with Tony Trabert, a champion of the sport both on and off the court.…
 
We continue our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the US Open with 1969 champion Rod Laver, the only player to twice achieve the calendar-year Grand Slam, in 1962 and 1969. We also catch up with former World No. 2 Tommy Haas, who takes us behind the scenes in Indian Wells with his role as Tournament Director of the BNP Paribas Open.…
 
TODAY host Savannah Guthrie dishes to Nick McCarvel on her Roger Federer obsession ahead of playing him in the Match for Africa charity event March 5 in San Jose. Steve Flink joins Nick to preview Indian Wells and Miami, and then Steve chats with 1971 US Open champion Stan Smith.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Serena Williams played her first competitive match in 13 months as the U.S. Fed Cup team defeated The Netherlands Feb. 10-11. Nick McCarvel offers insight into her comeback plus you can hear Serena and sister Venus discuss their weekend on court. We then continue our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the US Open – while also celebrating Black …
 
Nick McCarvel talks to Jim Courier, the US Davis Cup captain fresh off working as a TV announcer at the Australian Open. Patrick Mouratoglou, coach of Serena Williams, provides his insight into her comeback. Finally, as part of our continuing celebration of the 50th anniversary of the US Open, Steve Flink sits down for a conversation with 1968 cham…
 
Nick McCarvel is joined by Mary Carillo for a preview of the Australian Open and what else might be in store for 2018. Then Steve Flink starts our exclusive celebration of 50 years of the US Open with a look back at how Open tennis started in 1968 -- and a review of just some of the many great moments at the US Open ever since.…
 
We cap things off here at Inside the Open with an inside look at championship weekend as we talk with former Top 10 star and current commentator Chanda Rubin. We also discuss the 20th anniversary of Arthur Ashe Stadium with Tennis Channel's Steve Flink. Plus, our favorite moments from the podcast!저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
We’re taking a glimpse at the other events going on at the US Open in week two. We’re talking junior tennis with USTA General Manager of Player Development Martin Blackman, the wheelchair competition with participant David Wagner and we also get a feel for what it’s like to be a chair umpire with veteran ump Jake Garner.…
 
We're getting the inside scoop behind broadcasting the US Open as we chat with former player and new Tennis Channel analyst James Blake and Danielle Cranin, senior manager for broadcasting at the USTA. Plus, we talk with the Bryan brothers about their veteran experience at the US Open.저자 AudioBoom/United States Tennis Association
 
Let's take things down to the court for ​E​pisode 4! Tina Taps, Director of Ball Persons, and Ball Person Francesca Fanchin tell us what it takes to be on court at the US Open, while Andy Taylor ​explains his job as the voice of the US Open inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. Plus​,​ we catch up with Bethanie Mattek-Sands.…
 
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