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Week 1: Are you ready?  

Ready or not, a new season is here. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan assess a now-healthy Big Four in the ATP, and consider how all the major off-court developments in the WTA will affect the tour's top contenders.

Discussing the Davis Cup Final, and the last act of Murray vs. Djokovic  

Argentina, forever a bridesmaid in Davis Cup, gets another shot against Croatia. We preview the final matches of the tennis season and consider the ramifications of the ATP World Tour Finals.'

11th Month, 11th Hour  

While Andy Murray became No. 1, Jack Sock and John Isner ended their years on high notes. We discuss Paris, and look ahead to the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

Final Thoughts on Kyrgios; First Look at WTA Finals  

Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan dig into a busy week of tennis news, on and off the court.

Sharapova's Suspension Reduced; WTA CEO Speaks Out; Novak Djokovic's Telling Thoughts  

It's been a very interesting week off the court. We discuss three hot-button issues surrounding the game.

Focusing on the Fall  

What does the post-U.S. Open season mean for Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Angelique Kerber and other top tour names? Ed McGrogan and Steve Tignor reconvene to discuss the remainder of the tennis calendar.

Tennis in 10: Previewing the U.S. Open Finals  

We're down to the final four players, and two compelling title matches. Ed McGrogan breaks down Pliskova vs. Kerber and Djokovic vs. Wawrinka.

Tennis in 10: Women's Final, Men's Semifinals  

Serena loses, Pliskova vs. Kerber, Nole's true test, Gaels great opportunity. Ed Mcgrogan breaks it all down from the U.S. Open

Tennis in 10: Novak Djokovic's Return; Caroline Wozniacki's Renaissance  

After a day of less-than-compelling quarterfinals, Ed McGrogan considers what's next at the U.S. Open for the victors.

Tennis in 10: Assessing the U.S. Open Quarterfinals  

Agnieszka Radwanska's surprising loss means Ana Konjuh is into the final eight. How far can she go, and what about the men's draw?

Tennis in 10, U.S. Open Day 6: Statement Saturday  

Whether it was one-sided victories (Venus, Serena, del Potro) or marathon comebacks (Halep, Wawrinka), the top seeds made their presence felt at Flushing Meadows in reaching the second week.

Tennis in 10, U.S. Open Day 5: Third-round verdicts on John Isner, Ryan Harrison, Jack Sock  

It was a surprising day, in ways both good and bad, for a trio of talented American men.

Tennis in 10: After two rounds, who are the U.S. Open's big winners?  

Ed McGrogan doles out some first-week awards in his daily recap.

Tennis in 10: Top 5 seeds Muguruza, Raonic fall on Day 3  

The U.S. Open got its first wave of significant upsets on Wednesday, while Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal avoided any such drama.

Tennis in 10: Chalk holds on Day 2 at the U.S. Open  

Dominic Thiem and Steve Johnson survived in five, while night-match headliners Serena Williams and Andy Murray cruised in Flushing Meadows. What does it all mean?

Tennis in 10: A delightful and deep Day 1 at the U.S. Open  

Between two all-American five-setters, a strong Grandstand debut and Novak Djokovic's evening test, it was one of the better opening nights at the Slams in some time.

Tennis in 10: What to watch for at the U.S. Open  

This will be a U.S. Open to remember for those attending the tournament and watching from home. Ed McGrogan runs down the highlights from the season's final Slam.

Djokovic's defeat, the Williamses' loss and more from the Olympics  

How do you explain some of the surprises in Rio? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down the early action in the podcast.

Wimbledon in Review  

Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan catch up to discuss a long but ultimately satisfying fortnight.

The Past, Present and Future of Tennis Writing  

In a special podcast for's 20th Anniversary, Louisa Thomas of The New Yorker (and formerly of Grantland) joins Ed McGrogan to discuss the craft of tennis writing, today's trends and what tomorrow may bring.

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