On today’s podcast the guys discuss the return of Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev has a meltdown in Acapulco, Emma Raducanu crashes out early again, do we judge young ATP players the way we judge WTA players, bad tennis journalists and the false hype they create, Friday ATP and WTA predictions 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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Novak Djokovic returns to the sport and is eliminated by Jiri Vessely. Daniil Medvedev is now the number one player in the world. Is this the end for Djokovic?
Emma Raducanu crashes out of another event, retiring due to an injured hip.
Alexander Zverev slams a racquet into the umpire’s stand…..he was fined $71,000 dollars and lost 41 ATP points. Should he also be suspended?
Do fans and media judge young ATP & WTA results differently? If so, is it fair?
Does pro tennis have too much media coverage? Or, is it that the majority of tennis journalists are just really people using the sport as a springboard to better things.