The ATP's podcast featuring interviews with players and coaches plus discussion based around the tour's weekly events.
Medvedev, Davydenko, Lendl, Schwartzman & Melzer
One week on from the last Nitto ATP Finals in London we bring you some of our favourite moments and chats from eight days of live broadcast at the O2.
We hear from Ivan Lendl, Diego Schwartzman, Jürgen Melzer and Nikolay Davydenko, the very first winner in London, but we start with the team who claimed the final title in London, Daniil Medvedev and his coach, Gilles Cervara.
Medvedev's Giant-Killing Run To The 2020 Nitto ATP Finals Title
Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan round up events from the 2020 Nitto ATP Finals where Daniil Medvedev completed his giant-killing run to the title, beating Dominic Thiem in a pulsating final. Also, as part of an ongoing series celebrating the 50th Anniversary Year of the season-ending finals, we bring you an exclusive interview that Chris Bowers conducted with 1993 ATP Finals Champion, Michael Stich, which covers everything from ATP Finals history, to his views on the modern player and the work he does with his foundation.
Nitto ATP Finals Preview - Stan Smith Special
It's been known as the Masters, the ATP World Tour Championships, the ATP World Tour Finals and now the Nitto ATP Finals, but while the title may have changed over the years, one thing that's remained constant is that it's provided the stage for the very best players in the world to battle each other for the ultimate in bragging rights and on the eve of the final staging of the event in London, in it's 50th Anniversary year, Chris Bowers spoke with the man who won the very first year-end title, American Stan Smith.
Daniil Digs Deep In Paris
Gigi Salmon and Miles Maclagan look back on events in Paris where Russian Daniil Medvedev claimed his third Masters 1000 title. We also find out about Finnish player, Emil Ruusuvuori and look at how tennis is developing in Italy.
A French Flavour Ahead Of The Rolex Paris Masters
In the build-up to the Rolex Paris Masters, the final ATP Masters 1000 of the year, we are joined by the coach of France’s top-ranked player, the mercurial Gael Monfils who’s called time on his season. We’re also with Monsieur Goffin and Mademoiselle Mertens as they went head-to-head for Belgian bragging rights and we’re with two of France’s brightest prospects, the multi-talented Corentin Moutet, who’s been hitting all the right notes recently on and off the court and the champion of Antwerp last week who’s scaling new and dizzy and heights this year, Ugo Humbert.
Matt Little - Strength and Conditioning Coach at Team Murray
Andy Murray's Strength and Conditioning coach Matt Little joins presenter Seb Lauzier and Murray's former coach Miles Maclagan to discuss the exertions of match action and how athletes can better prepare their body for the intensity of competition, by looking at what they are doing in training and assessing if it's the most appropriate preparation. Along the way they answer questions such as 'why do players need to change the way they train?', ‘Is tennis lagging behind other sports in using data to inform best practices?', 'Is data analysis the be-all-and-end-all?' and 'what will tennis look like going forward?’.