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Catherine Whitaker Discussed on WTMJ 620
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Aired 5 months ago 34:32
Andy Murray Announces Impending Retirement - Catherine and David react from Melbourne
Hours after David Law joined Catherine Whitaker in Melbourne, Andy Murray came into the interview room, choked up with emotion, and revealed that he could no longer play with the pain that he is experiencing while trying to play tennis. He will retire at Wimbledon, if not before.Afterwards, David and Catherine got together, and instead of dissecting the draws, they reacted to the news that so many had feared was coming.They explain what the atmosphere was like in the room, what he said to Catherine in their Eurosport interview, and Catherine describes an emotional scene with his coach, Jamie Delgado.The Tennis Podcast will be produced daily throughout the Australian Open (and at all the Slams) after our Kickstarter was funded by our listeners.If you would like to chip in and have your name on the Tennis Podcast website backers page, you can, until it closes on Wednesday - http://po.st/TP_Kickstarter2019
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Aired 2 months ago 45:10
Ask Catherine & David 7 Does playing doubles help or hinder your singles? Who are the most underrated players? Will Edmund have a better career than Henman?
Catherine Whitaker and David Law are back with another Q & A edition of The Tennis Podcast, with this week’s questions chosen by guest editor James Meredith.- Will playing more doubles help or hinder Stefanos Tsitsipas in singles? (01:10)- Will Kyle Edmund have a better career than Tim Henman? (08:44)- Who are the most underrated players in today’s game? (13:41)- Who will finish the year ranked higher, Johanna Konta or Dan Evans? (19:09)- Which junior No.1s never lived up to expectations? (21:38)- Who are the best players to have never won a Grand Slam? (29:10)- Should Serena publicly address the events of the US Open final? And will it help her to do so? (34:38)- Should coaches be eligible for the Hall of Fame? (37:52)The Tennis Podcast will be produced weekly throughout the year and daily at the Grand Slam tournaments after our Kickstarter was successfully funded by our listeners. It is produced in association with The Telegraph.*** SOCIAL MEDIA *** Instagram - http://po.st/TTP_InstagramTwitter - http://po.st/TTP_TwitterFacebook - http://po.st/TTP_Facebook
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Aired 2 months ago 44:17
Ask Catherine & David 6 Can players become over reliant on their coaches? Is dominance good for tennis? Which new rule changes should be trialled?
For the next two weeks our listeners will be setting the agenda on The Tennis Podcast as Catherine Whitaker and David Law take part in a couple of Q&A episodes. This week’s questions have been chosen by guest editor Keturah Anderssen-Chivers:· Are players damaging their chances of progressing in Grand Slams by regularly requesting on-court coaching on the WTA Tour? (01:09) · Is it better for the sport to have four outstanding players who dominate, or have a range of players competing more evenly? (14:25)· Is it unfair for a top player to enter 250 events - where they are likely to dominate - just so they can hit milestones? (20:31)· Which new rule changes should be trialled at this year’s Next Gen Finals? (24:30)· What are the pros and cons of working at tennis tournaments as journalists rather than attending as fans? (30:05)· Who are the best players aged 25 and above not to have won a Grand Slam title? And will they win one? (35:55)· Which players have had the most disappointing start to 2019? (39:45)The Tennis Podcast will be released weekly throughout the year and daily at all four Grand Slam tournaments, courtesy of our Kickstarter backers. It is produced in association with The Telegraph. *** SOCIAL MEDIA ***Instagram - http://po.st/TTP_InstagramTwitter - http://po.st/TTP_TwitterFacebook - http://po.st/TTP_Facebook *** NEWSLETTER ***Sign-up here to receive our weekly newsletter - http://po.st/TTP_Newsletter
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