Tennis Talk-Radio & Pod Casts with the Pros!!
Welcome to KickServeRadio.com! We are very proud to be a part of the TENNIS CHANNEL POD CAST NETWORK. Our team is here to bring you entertaining and informative segments on the glory days of tennis, as well as current day, hot topics. We are so proud to feature former World #1, Mats Wilander, as he remains one of the most respected people in our sport. We also are joined by Former Texas Longhorn All-American, Jonny Levine who is a very highly thought-of tennis great, and together, our team truly enjoys conversing with many of the greats in the history of our sport. We hope that you’ll join us regularly, and your feedback is definitely encouraged!
Show Hosts: Andy Zodin, Mats Wilander, Jonny Levine
Producer: Jeremy Brieske
It’s golf episode of KickServeQuickServe, as Mats and AZ couldn’t pass up the opportunity to hear more about Charlie Woods’ debut at the PNC Championships, from someone who was right and up close!
Georgia Bulldog sophomore, Aidan Berkman was on the bag for his step-brother Shaun O’Meara, and his team finished 2nd. But what else can you tell us about this kid that stole the show?? And how does an 11 year old upstage Tiger Woods? Well when his name is CHARLIE Woods, and he’s the spitting image of his old man, that’s how!
In the season debut of Tennis Channel Podcast Network’s KickServeradio.com, Mats, Jonny, and AZ ponder plenty of potential storylines for what will hopefully be a much better year, in ’21
What will we see in Australia? Can Serena win #24? Who does Djoker fear most? What IS this PTPA? And what were some of the best moments in an otherwise forgettable, if not regrettable year?
It’s the Season Finale of KickServeRadio.com, and as we say goodbye to 2020, we bid farewell to three of the all time greats in tennis history
Along with our tributes to Ralston, Olmedo, and Forbes, we touch on the Vilas Documentary, the success of Laver Cup, and whether or not Roger still has one final act left in him.
On KickServe-QuickServe, part of Tennis Channel’s KickServeRadio.com, former American ATP star, Sammy Giammalva joins AZ and Jonny to kickoff this new add to the program
These 3 all go way back to 70’s, and the two former longhorns can’t help but wonder what UT tennis might have done, had Giammalva followed in his father’s footsteps instead of turning pro straight out of high school.
Joined by Taylor Dent, on ATP Tour Finals weekend, TD discusses club ownership, a proper tennis mindset, and how his serve and volley game compares to Pete Sampras
With Rafa and Novak BOTH losing in London, are we finally on the verge of a changing of the guard? And hey Mats, golf with DJ? Do tell!!
Joined by the great STEFAN EDBERG, we examine how in the world these Swedes that both got to #1 in the world, played so incredibly differently!
One of the truly most idolized players of all time, it would stand to reason that Edberg would then coach perhaps THE MOST idolized player of all time, Roger Federer!
Very few in our sport light up a room, a court, or a studio like Bethanie Mattek Sands. Boy did we have fun chopping it up with her!!
“I’m not really big on the whole bubble thing, because it definitely takes away good balance!”
Jimmy Arias is all the sudden one of the hardest working pros in tennis. Tennis Channel analyst, and now Director of Tennis at IMG Academy, this man is always in high gear!
The former Italian Open Champ, and top 5er, Jimmy takes a look at this year’s French, and he and Mats look WAY back at a Monte Carlo final that featured them in their prime.
He was the ultimate French Open Giant-Killer, beating Rafa in ’09 and Roger in ’10, when both were defending champs at Roland Garros
At #4 in the world and hot as a comet, Robin Soderling was seemingly well on his way to winning a major or two, if not more. Then, in the blink of an eye, he was gone. So….why the sudden flame-out??
It was a US Open that was no picnic to put on, but is it “asterisk” worthy? A guy that won it (and two of his buddies) say no way!
Dominic puts the I in Thiem, as the Austrian slugger crawls across the finish line to win his 1st, while Osaka gets #3, her second in NYC.
And what about Moms in tennis? Our take may surprise you!