The 2022 Christmas special takes a look back at the highs and lows of 2022, and takes a look forward at the potential highs and lows of 2023.
John gives his thoughts on Boris Becker, Novak, Rafa, Roger and of course the FIFA World Cup.
A great episode full of the infamous John Lloyd wisdom.
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Another show - another fanatastic guest.
One of the biggest selling artists of all time. Third in the UK, after only The Beatles and Elvis Presley - Sit Cliff Richard OBE joins us this week.
Cliff talks about his career, his longevity in the music business and of course his love of tennis.
What a guest, yet again.
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Another great guest.
Heavy metal/ rock guitarist Adrian Smith of Legendary band Iron Maiden joins us this week.
Adrian talks about his love of the game while he's on the road, the pressures of playing tennis compared to performing on stage, and lots of great stories of his time as guitarist for the iconic band.
What a guest. What a pod.
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Co-host, John Lloyd releases his autobiography, the uniquely titled, and fabulous book - Dear John.
Listen to John talk about the inspirations behind the book, his tennis career, his love life, his marriage to Chris Evert, his doubles success, his admiration for John McEnroe, his friendship with Donald Trump, and loads more.
This really is a fantastic episode!
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Another episode, and another fabulous guest.
None other than former Wimbldeon Men's Singles Champion, Richard Krajicek, and now tournament director in Rotterdam.
Richard talks about his successful career, his toughest opponents, his role as Rotterdam tournament director and of course, lots more.
We're on a roll now!!!
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Another episode, and another fantastic guest.
The youngest ever US Open Champion, three time Grand Slam Champion. elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, top commentator and pundit. Tracy Austin.
Tracy, talks about her career, turning pro as a young teen, her TV career and more...
The podcast release day is now Saturdays, so look forward to your weekend treat, starting this week with the great Tracy Austin.
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This week's guest, the respected sports presenter Rob Curling.
Rob talks about his involvement in a number of different sports and his love of tennis of course.
He also talks about his time as a prankster in the classic show - Beadle's About and more...
Another fabulous guest and great episode.
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The US Open 2022 is here! The most open in both the men's and women's, possibly ever.
The end of Serena - Is she so deserving of the plaudits?
What about now there's no Novak? Who takes the mens?
Rafa? Medvedev, Alcaraz, Fritz, ??? Who?
And who takes the womens?? Swiatek, Kontaveit, Raducanu, Jabeur?? or someone else
Listen to John give his take on what will be a fascinating US Open.
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The second week in a row with a guest from New Zealand.
This week, 1983 Wimbledon Finalist Chris Lewis. Chris talks about his run to the final before losing to John McEnroe, and how in his anayltical world of coaching that he employs in his academy, he would coach the players of today.
A really great episode for proper tennis enthusiasts from a truly deep thinker of the game.
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This week we welcome Marcus Daniell, Olympic medallist in Tokyo, and the man leading the way for sports stars to use their position to help others.
Top doubles player Marcus, discusses his pride at winning an Olympic medal for his country New Zealand, how he divides his time on the tour, studying, and importantly running his initiative, High Impact Athletes, which encourages those in a privileged position, high earning and star athletes and others who give, to give effectively.
Marcus, the winner of the Arthur Ashe ATP Humanitarian of the Year Award in 2021, is an inspiring figure like no other in the tennis world.
This is a really great episode.
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Forget P.T. Barnum. At least in the tennis world noone entertains a crowd better than this week's special guest, the inimitable Mansour Bahrami.
Mansour takes us back to his childhood, where the sport he loved so much was banned at the time of the Islamic Revolution.
Mansour talks about how on no money he journeyed to France to make it as a Pro, the ups and downs, in what is a truly amazing and inspiring story.
Yet another great guest!
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The heartbeat of iconic 80s band Culture Club Roy Hay joins us this week.
Roy talks about the rise of one of history's most iconic pop bands, how he got to form the band with legendary singer and frontman Boy George, his love of tennis, football and a ton more.
A truly great great guest. Be sure to listen!
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John Lloyd is on his way back to the USA, so Keith's on his own this week, having a good old rant and rave about Wimbledon 2022.
Nick Kyrgios - should he have played the final? Did Cameron Norrie play above his level? Is Wimbledon just a wonderful exhibition? How can a Russian win the ladies, when Russians were banned? and lots more.
The honest and forthright Wimbledon review.
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Wimbledon is about to start, but is it the Wimbledon we know of?
Is it an exhibition? Who's in contention? Who's not?
And what to look forward to in the upcoming episodes.
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We are finally back, and what better time to be back in time for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration with music legend Seal.
Seal talks about his love of tennis, his demand of aspiring musicians to play the game, his own insecurites, and loads more.
What an episode to return.
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It's been a while, but this week we visit World Team Tennis at Indian Wells and Champions Tour from Royal Albert Hall in London about the alternative tennis events.
Tommy Paul, David Ferrer, Marcos Baghdatis, Nicolas Almagro and others join us and tell about their experiences playing the 'non-traditional' tournaments.
Great guests, and a welcome return before the arrival of the new series, which will be the best yet.
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Raducanu, Fernandez, Djokovic, Next Generation of stars, Injury breaks, Toilet breaks, Calendar Slam, and more.
No Serena, Rafa or Roger, yet the US Open 2021 was one of the best ever.
So many talking points ad BBC's John Lloyd gives his honest take as always on what was an amazing tournament.
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This week, two time Wimbledon final and legendary umpire Lars Graff joins the show.
Swedish Tennis Hall of Famer Lars, talks about his decades long career at the top of the game, the amazing tennis matches he's been part of such as Federer v Roddick, Nadal v Coria and more.
Lars talks about the most difficult players to officiate. Nick Kyrgios, John McEnroe, Greg Rusedski, and the easiest players to work with.
This episode is a great insight, and a must-listen!
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Wimbledon has now finished, and Keith gives his slightly off tangent summary of events.
Who's the Goat now? Is it Djokovic?
Is it time to ditch the grass?
Did Raducanu get emotional?
Is the women's game more exciting than the men's?
Is it the end of the road for Federer and Murray?
A slightly different take on The Championships.
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This week’s Rock n Roll Tennis with special guest - former British Davis Cup Captain & the father of UK indoor tennis & health clubs - David Lloyd. David Lloyd - Former professional player, Wimbledon Junior Singles & Doubles Champion, Davis Cup Captain, and now known all over as the founder of David Lloyd Leisure. David chats about growing up with his brother John, his pro career, his relationship with his former sister-in-law Chris Evert, and the story of how he founded the biggest Tennis & leisure club group in Europe. A really great episode. Do subscribe, share, & leave a review.