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The 2024 Roland Garros Preview Show With Mark Knowles & Brett Connors: Headlined By Nadal vs. Zverev In Round 1!

Sat, 25 May 2024
The Roland Garros draw is out, and one of the biggest and most historic first round matches has been set in Paris. Mark Knowles and Brett Connors join the show to preview the opening encounter between 14-time champion Rafael Nadal & the #4 player in the world Alexander Zverev. The guys discuss how Nadal can find success on the clay, and just how deep the men's draw is at Roland Garros. They analayze if Novak Djokovic has the goods to repeat his champion, and break down all the exicting opening matchups on the men's side.
Knowles and Connors then look at the women's draw, where Iga Swiatek is the overwhelming favorite to win her 4th title. Could Aryna Sabalenka, Coco Gauff or Elena Rybakina go the distance in Paris? Will Danielle Collins keep riding high in her final season? And who are the dangerous players floating in the draw, ready to go on the run of a lifetime? All that and more is covered with Mark Knowles and Brett Connors on 2024 Roland Garros preview show. Hosted by Mitch Michals.
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Journalist Chris Clarey on Swiatek's Conquest in Rome, Zverev Surging, Nadal's Final Roland Garros and A Look Ahead to Paris

Thu, 23 May 2024
Tennis journalist Chris Clarey returns to Inside-In to recap all the action from the Masters 1000 in Rome, and to look ahead towards Roland Garros which is just days away from commencing. Clarey breaks down Iga Swiatek's superiority on clay, and assesses which cotenders, if any, are capabale of defeating the Polish player. The writer also examines Alexander Zverev's Italian Open triumph and the crowded list of male stars that could go all the way in Paris.
Clarey also dives into Novak Djokovic's form as he attempts to defend his Roland Garros title, and debates whether Carlos Alcaraz should modify his style of play as he returns to the court. And the prominent member of the tennis media takes a detailed look at whether Rafael Nadal can recapture some of that familiar magic in Paris, and shares his thoughts on Dominic Thiem's final run in France. Hosted by Mitch Michals.
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Gill Gross On Opportunities in Rome, Djokovic's Motivation and Swiatek's Clay Brilliance + Sports Journalist Erin Coscarelli on Her Journey, Helping Others and Tennis Having A Moment

Thu, 16 May 2024
Broadcaster and podcast host Gill Gross returns to Inside-In to analyze all the action from the Italian Open, which saw Novak Djokovic & Rafael Nadal exit early. Gross dives into Djokovic's form as he prepares to defend his Roland Garros title, Taylor Fritz and Tommy Paul finding success on the clay, and whether Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev are legit threats to go all the way in Paris. The host of "Monday Match Analysis examines why Iga Swiatek is so comfortable on the red dirt, Aryna Sabalenka's toughness and if Coco Gauff is ready for another major title run. Gross also reacts to the news that Jannik Sinner might not compete at Roland Garros, and whether Carlos Alcaraz can find his "A game" in the year's second major.
And then sports journalist Erin Coscarelli makes her debut on the podcast to discuss working in the industry and carving out a career in media. Coscarelli chats about finding her voice at USC, and why mentoring women in her field is so important to her. The host of Tennis Channel's Digital show "The Break" also explains why tennis is having a real moment in 2024, and why she chose to be open about her own mental health journey. Hosted by Mitch Michals.
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Ted Robinson on Another Classic Swiatek/Sabalenka Match, Rublev's Madrid Magic, & What To Expect At The Italian Open

Thu, 09 May 2024
One of the signature voices in the world of tennis returns to the podcast, as Ted Robinson joins the show to recap the dramatic action at the Madrid Open. Robinson breaks down a classic women's final that saw Iga Swiatek narrowly defeat Aryna Sabalenka, and assess Swiatek's position as the alpha atop the WTA. The commentator also discusses Andrey Rublev's improbable Madrid title, Felix Auger Aliassime reaching his first Master's final, and the run of unforunate injuries at the tournament.
Robinson also looks ahead to The Italian Open, the final stop on the Road to Roland Garros. He analyzes Novak Djokovic's return to action, Rafael Nadal soaking in these precious moments, and lists a few players that he thinks could make a run in Rome. And Robinson explains why college tennis is now more than ever such a vital pathway to success in the pro game and in life itself. Hosted by Mitch Michals.
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Steve Weissman on Nadal's Tennis Mortality, Swiatek's Clay Contenders and More From Madrid + WME Vice President Marijn Bal On Becoming A Premier Agent For The Stars

Thu, 02 May 2024
Steve Weissman is one of the premier broadcasters at Tennis Channel, and he returns to the podcast to discuss all the happenings in tennis and his own work life. Weissman discusses the emotional tribute to Rafael Nadal at The Madrid Open, and assesses the Spainard's status as he makes a final push on the clay. The host of TC Live examines Jannik Sinner's injury management, Carlos Alcaraz's upset loss to Andrey Rublev, and whether Daniil Medvedev or Taylor Fritz can seize a huge opportunity in Madrid. And Weissman explains why Elena Rybakina, Coco Gauff and Danielle Collins are worthy contenders to Iga Swiatek as the players ramp up for Roland Garros.
And then Marijn Bal, Vice President at WME Sports and one of the top agents in tennis joins the show for a conversation about his journey from Holland to the upper echelon of his profession. Bal explains how he got his professional break at IMG, how he stays committed and organized, and why he enjoys his career more than ever. The agent also discusses the memories of Monica Puig's Olympic Gold Medal, and why Petra Kvitova continues to make him a better person. Hosted by Mitch Michals.
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