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No Challenges Remaining Tennis Podcast
No Challenges Remaining
A podcast discussing the happenings in the wacky world of professional tennis. Hosted by Ben Rothenberg and Courtney Nguyen.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 551 ratings
Deliberately ignoring ATP
I’m a big WTA fan, I watch women’s tennis more than the men’s but I agree with a lot of the comments here, they’re very dismissive of the ATP. It’s good to focus on certain stories, yes, but if it’s 90% WTA content then maybe they should let it be known.
X.B.P. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/05/21
Homework’s value
Thoughtful angles + homework = fascinatingly open conversations 👍
South Melbourne via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/03/21
Possibly the worst podcast on the internet
Hilary For Prison 420 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/18/21
Recent Episodes
Barbora Krejcikova prevailed over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in Saturday's unlikely French Open final, and Ben and Courtney are here to talk about what it all means. How was Krejcikova able to win this match? What does her win tell us about what it takes to win a Slam? What questions do we still...
Published 06/13/21
We will have our show on the women's final soon, but in the meantime we are delighted to share a bonus episode with Saša Ozmo, the Serbian reporter who has covered Novak Djokovic more closely than anyone on his ascendancy toward the front of most of the G.O.A.T. discussions. Ben and Saša...
Published 06/12/21
Novak Djokovic dealt Rafael Nadal only the third defeat of his Roland Garros career on Friday, knocking out the 13-time French Open champion in four sets, in a match that had people calling it one of the greatest of all time during the epic third set. Andrew Eccles of The Spin joins to discuss...
Published 06/12/21
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