July 12, 2013 by Parveer Mann
On this edition of the Urban Tennis podcast, we will look back at the historic but slightly strange 2013 edition of the Championships Wimbledon:
- Discussing the Great Scot (Andy Murray) and what this victory and moment means to tennis across the world.Plus we talk about how Andy Murray’s narrative changes going forward after winning the crown jewel at Wimbledon.
- Was this a particularly bad Ladies tournament or simply one without the big names? Plus appreciating the perseverance of Marion Bartoli and wondering out loud if Sabine Lisicki can overcome her meltdown.
- Looking back at the historic calendar year of Mike and Bob Bryan and what doubles tennis means in today’s landscape?
- We reflect on this year’s TV coverage in North America (the 2nd year completely on ESPN). What we like about the coverage and elements we would like changed.
- Plus, much more…
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