This Week in Tennis

On today’s podcast the guys discuss the retirement of Juan Martin del Potro, Andy Murray not playing clay events this season, why Peng Shuai and her unfortunate situation in China was never mentioned on the podcast plus free tennis picks for Friday ATP matches in Buenos Aires, Rotterdam, Dallas and a whole bunch more!

Join hosts Craig Doyle and Phil Naessens for their eleventh season of This Week in Tennis. The guys are excited about returning to the podcast where they posted a 291-149-0 record with seventy-four plus money underdogs.

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Show Notes

Juan Martin del Potro retires. What will his tennis legacy be?

Andy Murray has been extremely good since his return to the tour. The guys highlight his impressive victories and why he won’t be playing clay court events this season.

Retired Chinese WTA player Peng Shuai has been held captive in her native China after making accusations of sexual abuse against one of the countries ministers of sport. The guys explain why none of this was ever mentioned on This Week in Tennis.

The guys betting tip of the week is all about the importance of understanding a players schedule. 

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