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Love Tennis Podcast
Love Tennis Podcast
A weekly podcast trying to make sense - tactical, ethical, emotional sense - of the tennis world. James Gray is a journalist and broadcaster for i newspaper and inews.co.uk, George Bellshaw is a tennis writer with more appearances at majors than disgruntled former doubles partners (just), and Calvin Betton is a respected tennis coach who knows just about everyone worth knowing in British tennis. Find us on the Sport Social website: https://podcast.sport-social.co.uk/podcast/love-tennis/
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Ratings & Reviews
Not recommended
Just talk about tennis instead of being petty and judge mental towards the players.
Chiiiiips via Apple Podcasts · Taiwan · 04/19/22
Very, very good (except...)
I love this Podcast. These guys really know their tennis and aren’t afraid to be a little negative and honest (British style) which I really appreciate. They also have some information that no other tennis podcast provides. The one problem is that the sound quality is pretty substandard. If...Read full review »
Stason Metcalf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/21/21
Recent Episodes
George Bellshaw returns to join James Gray and Calvin Betton to discuss all the biggest stories in tennis this week, and consider the follow: So Novak Djokovic wasn't injured then? Can he catch Jimmy Connors' ATP title record? Who will finish on the most titles out of Djokovic, Federer and...
Published 10/04/22
James Gray and Calvin Betton are joined by Michael Hincks, freelance sports journalist who got to witness the Laver Cup and The Roger Federer Show up close and personal. They ask: Did Roger Federer overshadow his own event? Does it matter? What was Ellie Goulding doing there? Who was our...
Published 09/26/22
Published 09/26/22
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