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Behind the Racquet Pod

Mike Cation & Noah Rubin/Tennis Channel Podcast Network

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The Behind the Racquet Pod is the best glimpse you can get in to the ins and outs of professional tennis, told by its players, and voiced by Noah Rubin, and his podcast partner Mike Cation.
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Racquet Fuel

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Racquet Fuel provides insights into the best practices and innovations of racquets industry business leaders. Co-hosts Kim Bastable, Director of Professional Tennis Management at the University of Florida, and Simon Gale, Director of Racquet Sports at the USTA National Campus, help racquets leaders in your ability to grow the game and to improve the experiences you offer to both your staff and players by talking to industry leaders, including USTA executives, authors and innovators. If you a ...
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Our tennis podcast has six grand slams—does yours? Join hosts Rennae Stubbs and Racquet co-founder Caitlin Thompson as they talk to their friends and favorite tennis players about life, love and sometimes even tennis. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Racquetball Show

The Racquetball Show

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The Racquetball Show Podcast is a resource for racquetball fans to: -Hear from some of the biggest names and most interesting people in racquetball. -Discover the habits, routines, workout regimens, diets, mindsets, and more from top athletes in the sport. -Learn top-notch instructional advice. -Find out our answers to your mailbag questions. -Hear hilarious and exciting stories from the world of racquetball. -Listen to discussions on recent events and hot topics. We hope you enjoy!
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Racquetball Restrung

Freddy Ramirez of Restrungmag.com

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Freddy Ramirez is the editor of Restrungmag.com. Racquetball Restrung is an opportunity to initiate conversations with players, leaders and influencers in the sport of racquetball, to hear their perspectives on the state of the sport today. As well as to get insight on their careers and the influences that keep them passionate about our sport.
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It’s a Racquet with Randall & Sam

Randall Emmett and Sam Querrey

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Join movie producer Randall Emmett and pro tennis/pickleball player Sam Querrey every week as they talk pickleball and whatever else is on their minds. Randall and Sam talk about everything from sports and what’s happening on the pickleball scene to pop culture and yes, even reality shows. The due hold “court” every week as they are joined by guests from all walks of life who speak their minds and sometimes even cross the line. No one will call foul as Randall and Sam serve up some real talk.
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The Allure of Badminton Badminton, a sport synonymous with grace and agility, has captured the hearts of enthusiasts worldwide. Originating from ancient civilizations, it has transformed into a game of finesse, speed, and strategy. The domain racquetbadminton.com reflects the sport's popularity, serving as a hub for enthusiasts globally. Dance of Agility and Precision Badminton is not just a game; it's a court-side dance. Players display effortless grace, combining swift footwork with dynami ...
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Scott McCullough, the accomplished CEO of Cliff Drysdale and Peter Burwash International, joins hosts Kim Bastable and Simon Gale to explore the complexities of leadership within the racquets industry. With a global portfolio of over 70 clubs and resort facilities, Scott goes into the importance of understanding the unique needs of each club and em…
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Marcus Willis is a 33 year old from Slough, Great Britain, ranked 116 in the world. He is a 5 time (at this moment) Challenger doubles champion. Once, he made it to the second round of Wimbledon. Those two sentences don't begin to sum up the man with some of the best hands in tennis. Marcus sat down with Mike and Noah to talk about THAT run to Wimb…
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There is high demand for teaching professionals in the industry, but is the current tennis and racquets teaching profession appealing for the next generation of workers?? It doesn’t appear to be. From research, we know that the current 6 OR 7 DAY WORK WEEK that is industry norm is the number 1 reason that the industry has trouble retaining and attr…
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First, unfortunately, Mike's mic shut down in recording, so as the least important person on the pod (Noah and Tristan agree on this)..his voice will sound shaky today. Tristan Boyer is a 23 year old out of Southern California, ranked 231 in the world. In a few weeks, he'll play in Roland Garros qualifying for the first time in his career, just his…
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Rennae and Andrea are back to recap a wild two-week Madrid tournament, which saw a resurgent Ons and Madison Keys, a shaky Coco and a bevy of injuries and withdrawals on the men's side. But we celebrate mercurial poet Andrey Rublev, who picks up his biggest title to date as well as an all-time classic final between Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka, …
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Emma Wells, a successful coach, leader, business owner, and educator from the UK, shares her journey and experiences in the tennis industry. She discusses her early experiences in coaching and how she fell in love with tennis at a young age. On this podcast episode, she shares how she built her own successful business by focusing on branding and cr…
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Noah is back from his honeymoon, so we do a catchup on some recent topics Namely the potential tour restructure. What does it mean for the Challengers? We get a honeymoon recap from Noah, how to best interact with fans, Danielle Collins, and a resurgent Rafa and what that means. More with Tristan Boyer next week. Learn more about your ad choices. V…
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In this episode, Three and Jackie Carpenter discuss their book 'People First' and the importance of prioritizing employees and creating a positive work culture. They emphasize the need for leaders to define the mission, vision, and purpose of their organizations and to invest in their employees' growth and development. The conversation also touches…
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Omar Trevino and Alejandra Suarez share their journey of opening a new club, built from the ground up: North Texas Racquet Club. They discuss the facility's overview, challenges faced during the building process, and Omar and Alejandra’s transition from the corporate and education worlds, respectively, to club ownership. Emphasizing the importance …
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Thanasi Kokkinakis sat down with Mike after winning the Elizabeth Moore Sarasota Open, his 6th Challenger Title. We talk about his return to the top 100, and guaranteeing himself a spot in the French Open main draw with a week on an injured foot. He battled tough conditions, tough opponents, and the weight of that main draw throughout the week, and…
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In this episode, Simon Gale and Kim Bastable recap highlights from the first two seasons of the Racquet Fuel podcast. They discuss the challenges of attracting young people to the racquets industry and the evolving and quite complicated landscape of racquet sports. They also explore the importance of mentoring and growing others, as well as the nee…
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Fresh off a two-week commentating stint down in Miami, Andrea Petkovic joins Rennae to discuss Danielle Collins otherworldly run, Sinner CRUSHING everyone, and salute Grigor Dmitrov back into another final (and back into the Top 10)! Plus: another devastating injury for Andy Murray, where exactly is Gauff Coco and a big bounceback for Elana Rybanki…
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From service motions to weather, our favorite duo is back to break down the entirety of the BNP Paribas Open—the good, bad and the ugly. Plus: a new vow to record more regularly now that their competitive juices are flowing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Miguel is now 36 years of age, and remains very much in the discussions at the slams as a top 75 doubles player. The former Texas Longhorn talks about his long career as a doubles specialist, what made that decision for him, and how he views the long history of Mexican tennis. We also get in to some of the ATP Player Council politics, namely how do…
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Jill Craybas had an incredible playing career, as a top 40 player in both singles in doubles, a WTA singles title, 5 doubles titles. She's most well known for a win over Serena at Wimbledon in 2002. Since her career ended in 2013, she's become a fantastic commentator at the Slams, as well as for both the ATP and WTA. This week, she'll be one of the…
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In what we planned to be a recap of Indy and Philly with Chris Humphreys turned into an awesome conversation about Chris and Felipe's break out season, handling expectations when playing and as Macie takes us to church with some gems on handling nerves. EnjoymiPADDLE
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Petko's in town to record her audiobook and she Rennae catch up on the week in tennis news while back together—and in the closet—in New York. Shoutout to guest editor Jesse Kotansky. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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First, apologies for some of Mike's audio issues in this one. Unfortunately, the wifi in his hotel this past weekend caused a few issues so we're going to ignore the fact that he sounds worse than normal, which is saying a lot. Here are Eliot's deets: Age: 22 Rank: ATP 721, ITA (College) #1 Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut 2023 Collegiate Player of…
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Aleks Kovacevic sat down with Mike before the Dallas Open to discuss finally hitting top 100 after his run through qualies and in to the 2nd round of the Australian Open. At the time of publish, Kova is back outside of the top 100, at 102, after losing some points from the Cleveland Challenger title one year ago. But hitting 85 was just one step on…
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31-year-old Robert Galloway is a top 50 doubles player from South Carolina. His path took him a different route than most. He was at the peak in the 12s, stepped away from the game, and found his way back as a college star at Wofford University. As a doubles specialist straight out of college, it's a long, hard road to the top 50. Robby G takes us …
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Macie completes the tri-fector and wins her first Grand Prix, gets the #1 ranking and wins the CAR bracket challenge. the crew discusses playing against a better team and new strategies we're seeing in the game. EnjoymiPADDLE
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Only a month in to the year, we get back after it. Lots to get to, here's a rundown. Open- Mike's AO 12:00- Noah Returns to Professional Tennis 28:35- Australian Open Recap; We're in Good Hands 43:50- Quick outlandish predictions from Mike and Noah; Ethan Quinn and Tommy Paul 48:00- Sascha Zverev Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
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Our daily AO recap podcast comes to an end—and sitting in for esteemed Cultural Attaché Andrea Petkovic while she's on a plane home is Caitlin, who does her best German accent. Hats off to edgelord Daniil Medvedev, who played more tennis than anyone else this tournament, and to an incredible effort from Jannik Sinner (Andrea says her wifi is Jannik…
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Rennae and our cultural attaché Andrea Petkovic are in Melbourne and bringing us daily dispatches from the AO—and here they break down the tactical mismatch of the women's final over beers (tequila, sponsors get at us), with some tough love about how Qinwen Zheng's game can level up. With personal anecdotes featuring chopped linden trees, Justine H…
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Rennae and our cultural attaché Andrea Petkovic are in Melbourne and bringing us daily dispatches from the AO—starting with the Jannik Sinner/Novak Djokovic clash featuring scar tissue, lazy eyes, the loss of fast-twitch muscles and, most importantly, King Henry the 5th. Then, we shift focus to the man who either has a chip missing, or has an extra…
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Rennae and our cultural attaché Andrea Petkovic are in Melbourne and bringing us daily dispatches from the AO—international scheduling considerations mean late nights for the women's semis, and our intrepid and sleep-deprived correspondents were up all night calling em. First the high-quality US-Open-Final rematch between Aryna Sabalenka and Coco G…
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After an exciting weekend of paddle in NJ, the gang talks about Macie's win, they unpack what playing well in bigger moments means and dive into the new wave of players. EnjoymiPADDLE
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Rennae and our cultural attaché Andrea Petkovic are in Melbourne and bringing us daily dispatches from the AO—starting with the baffling result from the Alex Zverev/Carlos Alcaraz match and what happens when you have all the talent in the world but no gameplan! Hint: for Alcaraz against Zverev, it's an inside-in forehand à la Ana Ivanovic. Breaking…
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