Our listeners crowdfunded us to produce 220 editions of The Tennis Podcast over the last two years, and we have now launched our third annual Kickstarter to try to keep the show going and growing in 2019.
Producing daily editions of The Tennis Podcast at the Grand Slams, ATP Finals, The Queen’s Club and the Davis Cup final, as we did in 2018, requires a lot of work and plenty of help from people like Grad Matt. If we can hit our target, we will hire Grad Matt to help us throughout the year!
Thank you to everyone that has supported The Tennis Podcast, and we hope to make the show bigger and better than ever in 2019.
If you would like to chip in, click here.
With more than 6 million downloads, star guests including Andy Murray, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova & even Jose Mourinho, and fans in more than 100 countries around the globe, The Tennis Podcast is for anyone that has the vaguest interest in the sport right through to the hardcore fan. ‘I love it’, said Clare Balding.
BBC 5 Live and BT Sport commentator David Law and Eurosport presenter Catherine Whitaker first started talking, arguing and making predictions about tennis in 2007, in pubs, coffee shops and media rooms around the world. Five years later, they decided to invite people to eavesdrop on those conversations. The Tennis Podcast was born.