Statoil Masters – Can’t Get Enough Tennis Listen To “The Tennis Podcast”

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Statoil Masters - Can't Get Enough Tennis Listen To "The Tennis Podcast"

epa03211083 Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic removes blue sand from his tennis shoes with his racket during his Madrid Masters 1.000 tournament 'Mutua Madrid Open' first round match against Spaniard Daniel-Gimeno Traver at the Caja Magica sports premises in Madrid, central Spain, on 08 May 2012. EPA/JUAN CARLOS HIDALGO  |

 

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Presented by tennis commentator David Law and featuring Catherine Whitaker, each week the The Tennis Podcast features an in-depth interview with a big-name player, a top journalist or influential administrator, and plenty of chat about the sport.

 

“The Tennis Podcast” Each one features an interview or
feature of some significance. In the 24 episodes to-date, John
McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Goran Ivanisevic, Pat Cash and many more have
featured.

Have a listen: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-tennis-podcast/id530971441

 

Everyone at 10sBalls.com is having a blast listening to them. Tennis fans tell us which one is your favorite or if you want David Law and Catherine Whitaker to take up any tennis subject in particular.

 

 

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