Tennis Talk-Radio & Pod Casts with the Pros!!
Welcome to the all new, KickServeRadio.com, Tennis on Air, with Andy Zodin. On KickServeRadio.com, we’ll be bringing you everything tennis, from juniors to the pros, including the hottest stories, interviews, instruction, and info that you need to know. You’ll hear from many of the greats in tennis, and other sports as well, as KickServeRadio is designed for not just the tennis junkie, but sports fans in general. Thank you for tuning in, and supporting KickServeRadio.com. We’re interested in your feedback, so email Andy.Zodin@RacketStar.com and tell us what you’d like to hear. We’ll do our best to get done!!
Andy Zodin, Show Host Jeremy Brieske, Producer Sarah Zodin, Special Features
USTA Player Development Director, Martin Blackman has a lot to be optimistic about, as the BNP Paribas Open is upon us!
2017 has already produced several great performances by American players, and as Indian Wells commences, Coach Martin Blackman shares some of his excitement with AZ.
American tennis is looking good so far in 2017, and (in AZ's humble opinion) USTA Player Development Director, Martin Blackman is clearly pushing many of the right buttons!
Justin is almost out of breath, trying to articulate how many great, and intriguing story-lines there are in pro tennis currently, as the BNP Paribas Open commences. As usual, you’ll enjoy his passionate and animated delivery!
Tennis Channel's Justin Gimelstob agrees that the story lines in pro tennis in 2017 are in no short supply!
Joined by Tour Coach Craig Kardon, AZ gets the low-down on why Coco Vandeweghe is soaring to new heights!
Coco Vandeweghe is off to some kind of nice start to 2017. A Hopman Cup final, an Aussie semi, and some Fed Cup heroics have her Coach, Craig Kardon, feeling pretty optimistic about the rest of the season. 1st things 1st…..INDIAN WELLS!!
Craig Kardon is pretty happy with Coco Vandeweghe's hot start to 2017. And here's why...
Joined by Media Relations Director Matt Van Tuinen, AZ is pretty excited about the upcoming 2017 BNP PARIBAS OPEN, March 6-19 at Indian Wells Garden!
The BNP Paribas Open at the spectacular Indian Wells Garden, is always one of the premier events on the pro tennis calendar. And joined by Media Relations Director Matt Van Tuinen, AZ senses some serious storylines brewing, after an Aussie Open for the ages!
Matt Van Tuinen talking BNP PARIBAS OPEN...."After the Aussie, how can you NOT be excited??"
It’s only the 1st week of the 2017 season, and already these pros are throwing haymakers all over the world!
If week 1 of the 2017 season is any indication, tennis fans will have plenty to enjoy this year. Djokovic comes out swinging and gets a prized scalp in Doha, Dimitrov looks electric, Bethanie has a #1 next to her name, and oh by the way, Roger & Rafa are cleary not ready to ride off into the sunset any time soon.
In week 1 of the 2017 season, Djoker looks to get back to #1, Grigor is clearly ready to rumble, and Bethanie Mattek-Sands gets to #1!
It’s the 2017 debut of 2-Minute TennisZone, and Dennis Ralston joins AZ to start the new year out right!
It’s the 2017 season opener for 2-Minute TennisZone, and the legendary Dennis Ralston offers a clip from his KickServeRadio exclusive, to start the season out strong!
It's the 2017 debut of 2-Minute TennisZone.....we hope you like some of the tweaks!!
Dennis Ralston joins AZ for a 2017 exclusive that talks ’67 Wimby, a Hall of Fame induction, and today’s crop of ATP stars.
2017 is going to be a big year for Dennis Ralston. A Colorado Tennis Hall of Fame induction in January, followed by a trip back to Wimbledon, for a 50 year commemoration of an event that went a long way toward kick-starting the age of professional tennis!
Dennis Ralston gets candid with AZ, to open 2017 with a bang!!
46 majors, lots of Olympic bling, Davis titles for them all, and each has been the year end number 1. Will we ever see four active players accomplish what we’ve seen from Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, and Murray EVER again??
Is this era of the BIG FOUR, the greatest generation of players in the history of men's tennis?
2016 started out great for the amazing Novak Djokovic, completing the career slam in Paris, and looking unstoppable. But the 2nd half of the year was less than stellar by Djoker standards, and after dropping to #2, told Boris Becker it was time for a change.
Djoker and Becker part ways...
In this edition of 2-Minute TennisZone on MILE HIGH SPORTS RADIO, we are happy to have Katrina Adams in attendance at the USTA INTERMOUNTAIN, Annual Awards Gala!!