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  • Catherine, David and Matt react to Carlos Alcaraz's 6-2 6-2 7-6 victory over Novak Djokovic in the men's final and discuss what it means for both players.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt are joined by the one and only Pam Shriver to discuss Barbora Krejcikova's victory over Jasmine Paolini, what it might mean for both players, and the men's final between Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt were live at the end of men's semi-finals day to react to Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic setting up a repeat of last year's final with wins over Daniil Medvedev and Lorenzo Musetti.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt react to a thrilling women's semi-final day at Wimbledon which saw Jasmine Paolini win an epic over Donna Vekic and Barbora Krejcikova upset Elena Rybakina.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt are live immediately after Lorenzo Musetti's five set victory over Taylor Fritz to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals. There's chat about Musetti's tactical mastery to tun the match in his favour and how this feels like one that got away from Fritz. Elsewhere, there's a Next Gen reckoning, sympathy for Alex de Minaur, and chat about how Elena Rybakina and Barbora Krejcikova got through to the last four. Is this tournament on Rybakina's racquet? How can Krejcikova disrupt her? And what might happen in the other semi-final between Jasmine Paolini and Donna Vekic?


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  • Catherine, David and Matt discuss Daniil Medvedev's five set victory over Jannik Sinner, a brilliant performance from Carlos Alcaraz, Donna Vekic breaking new ground and reaching her first Grand Slam semi-final, and the sheer joy of Jasmine Paolini.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt react live to Novak Djokovic's straight sets victory over Holger Rune and, in particular, to his post match interview when he took on the crowd. There's discussion about what that says about Djokovic's state of mind, analysis of his performance, and debate about where this performance leaves Rune. Elsewhere, there's chat about Taylor Fritz's comeback from two sets down to beat Alexander Zverev, a big milestone for Alex de Minaur but also worry he's injured himself on match points, and praise for how Lorenzo Musetti's game is translating to grass. On the women's side, Elina Svitolina spoke movingly and powerfully about the horrendous bombing of a children's hospital in Ukraine, and Jelena Ostapenko continued her dominant run through the draw. There's also discussion about the amount of indoor matches and a look ahead to the order of play for Tuesday.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt were live to react to a day of upsets in the women's draw at Wimbledon, while Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz rolled on in the men's.


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  • At the end of an eventful day at Wimbledon, Catherine, David and Matt begin the show by discussing Iga Swiatek's shock third round defeat to Yulia Putintseva. There's analysis of what Putintseva did so well tactically, where it went wrong for Swiatek, how Swiatek reacted in her post match press conference, and whether she will ever crack grass. Last year's finalist, Ons Jabeur, was also beaten as the top half of the women's draw opened up. But Elena Rybakina put in a statement performance to thrash Caroline Wozniacki. On the men's side, there's great excitement about a fourth round clash between Holger Rune and Novak Djokovic after their late night victories, and Ben Shelton vs Jannik Sinner is previewed. The other big story was Emma Raducanu's withdrawal from the mixed doubles, meaning Andy Murray's Wimbledon career is over. We give our reaction to her decision.


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  • On a rainy day at Wimbledon, defending champion Carlos Alcaraz survived a big scare against Frances Tiafoe. Catherine, David and Matt assembled under cover to discuss the match, Alcaraz's ups and downs, and his incredible fifth set record. There's also much excitement about Emma Raducanu as she reached the second week of a slam for the first time since 2021 by defeating Maria Sakkari. How hyped are we? Elsewhere, there's chat about Paula Badosa and Daria Kasatkina setting up a fourth round clash, Jasmine Paolini backing up her Roland Garros run, and the impressive form of Coco Gauff.


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  • Wimbledon has said goodbye and thank you to Andy Murray. Catherine, David and Matt react to his first round doubles defeat with Jamie, the return of Sue Barker, the touching ceremony that followed, and his press conference. There are reflections on his career and what he's meant to us, and the sport, over the years. Elsewhere, we react to a shock defeat for Jessica Pegula, another wild Grand Slam exit for Hubert Hurkacz, upset wins in the all-British matches on Court One, victories for Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, and delicious aggro involving Arthur Rinderknech and Taylor Fritz.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt were live moments after Jannik Sinner's four set victory over Matteo Berrettini to end Day 3 at Wimbledon. There's chat about Sinner's match toughness, Carlos Alcaraz winning comfortably and setting up a showdown with Frances Tiafoe, a vulnerable looking Daniil Medvedev, David Goffin losing from 5-0 up in the fifth set to Tomas Machac, and the end of Casper Ruud's grass court "season". On the women's side, Bianca Andreescu and Emma Raducanu's victories stood out, Naomi Osaka was disappointed after her loss to the impressive Emma Navarro, Donna Vekic continued her quiet progress, and Coco Gauff's game looks in good shape.


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  • It was an emotional day at Wimbledon as Marketa Vondrousova was beaten in the first round and revealed that the pressure and nerves of being the defending champion were too much. Catherine, David and Matt talk a lot about that and get to know her opponent, Jessica Bouzas Maneiro, who played superbly and has an epic tattoo. Before all that, Andy Murray withdrew from the singles, leaving the pod team feeling a mixture of sadness and relief. He was replaced on Centre Court by Jack Draper who did his best Murray impression over five sets. Elsewhere, there's analysis of impressive first round wins (for different reasons) for Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, a tough but familiar loss for Andrey Rublev, a statement performance from Jelena Ostapenko, and much more.


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  • The big headline on Day One was Aryna Sabalenka’s withdrawal due to her shoulder injury. Catherine, David and Matt discuss the news and speculate about who might benefit. Could it be Emma Raducanu after her victory on Monday? Elsewhere, there’s chat about Naomi Osaka’s topsy turvy victory over Diane Parry, an impressive showing from Diana Schnaider, and an unwanted statistic for Zhang Shuai. On the men’s side, there’s reaction to Jannik Sinner surviving a brief scare to set up a showdown with Matteo Berretini, Mark Lajal being a fun time against Carlos Alcaraz, Casper Ruud winning on grass and revealing he dealt with a parasite after Paris, and a big comeback victory for Frances Tiafoe. 


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  • Moments after England's dramatic win at the Euros, Catherine, David and Matt were live to look ahead to Day One at Wimbledon. There's reaction to Andy Murray's press conference as he explained in more detail about the surgery he's had and how he hopes to get some closure by playing Wimbledon one last time. Naomi Osaka and Marketa Vondrousova were also in the interview room, there's a rundown of the day one schedule, and we answer some questions from the chat. Plus, we speak to tournament director Jamie Baker on Centre Court scheduling, Andy Murray, and the future of the Wimbledon grounds.


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  • It was media day at Wimbledon which meant that most of the leading players came into the press conference room, and Catherine, David and Matt were there to ask them questions. On the pod, there's discussion of Aryna Sabalenka revealing that she's not 100% fit because of her shoulder injury, Novak Djokovic's remarkable recovery from knee surgery as he eyes up an 8th title, the confidence radiating from Carlos Alcaraz, Coco Gauff and Jannik Sinner, the way Iga Swiatek is going to try to adapt her game to grass, and how British hopes Jack Draper and Emma Raducanu are approaching Wimbledon. Elsewhere, there's reaction to Andy Murray's practice session as he attempts to play singles on Tuesday, and today's title winners are covered.


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  • Catherine, David and Matt are back at Wimbledon and in our first live show of The Championships we react to the men's and women's singles draws. They didn't exactly throw up many enticing first round matches, but there's still plenty to discuss. There's chat about a tough section for Iga Swiatek, a potential Jannik Sinner vs Matteo Berrettini clash in round two, excitement for aggro re-lived between Ajla Tomljanovic and Jelena Ostapenko, British hopes and expectations for Emma Raducanu and Jack Draper, and how to view Novak Djokovic's draw which looks easy to begin with but tougher later on.


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  • Our 2024 Wimbledon coverage begins at Qualifying where Catherine, David and Matt soak up the special atmosphere at Roehampton and report on the biggest stories from the week. Elsewhere, there's reaction to Andy Murray's injury update and the turmoil he's facing to get the send off he wants and deserves, the latest results from Eastbourne, Bad Homburg and Mallorca, and the prospect of Novak Djokovic playing Wimbledon despite knee surgery just a few weeks ago.


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  • It was an eventful week in tennis headlined by Andy Murray having to retire from his second round match at Queen’s and then have surgery on his back. It leaves his Wimbledon participation in doubt. Catherine, David and Matt share their feelings and look ahead to what might happen over the next few days. 

    Elsewhere, there’s chat about Tommy Paul’s title at Queen’s, Lorenzo Musetti’s run to the final, and Jack Draper’s big win over Carlos Alcaraz. Matt is full of praise for Jannik Sinner winning his first grass court title in Halle and there’s a rant about the shadow situation there. 

    On the women’s side, who is the favourite for Wimbledon? Jessica Pegula saved five match points to defeat Anna Kalinskaya in Berlin, Coco Gauff impressed, and it was a good week for Iga Swiatek with her feet up as Aryna Sabalenka, Elena Rybakina, Ons Jabeur and Marketa Vondrousova all retired with injury or illness. 


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  • The grass court season is well underway and it was a big week of British success with Jack Draper winning his first career title in Stuttgart and Katie Boulter defending her title in Nottingham. Catherine, David and Matt cover it all and David speaks to Draper's coach, Wayne Ferreira, to find out more about their partnership, and what to expect of Draper in the future. Elsewhere, Emma Raducanu's decision to turn down an Olympics wildcard is debated, Matteo Berrettini's run to the Stuttgart final is covered, and we review s'Hertogenbosch titles for Alex de Minaur and Liudmila Samsonova.


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