Month: January 2019

BRIAN TEACHER talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS019

BRIAN TEACHER talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS019

Australian Open Champion BRIAN TEACHER posted wins over Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl. And he did all this while dealing with crippling arthritis.

After hanging up his professional racquet, Brian went on to coach Greg Rusedski. Helping him get to #4 in the world.

Brian Teacher, shares the inside story of how he became Australian Open Champion; offers insight into the torment that Andy Murray might be going through; and tells us about the innovative coaching application that he’s developing.

For more on Brian’s LETS TEACH Program – https://www.lets-teach.org/

UNDER REVIEW is a podcast in which tennis insiders share unique stories and insightful perspective.

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SHELBY ROGERS talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS018

SHELBY ROGERS talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS018

SHELBY ROGERS is a member of Roland Garros’ illustrious Final 8 Club. She won the Fed Cup with Coco Vandeweghe. And she beat Simona Halep in The Australian Open. And as a junior, she won the National Champions after receiving a wildcard.

Shelby tells us why the players call The Australian Open “The Happy Slam”; what it’s like to play such greats as Venus Williams and Simona Halep; and what kind of work goes into overcoming injury.

UNDER REVIEW is a podcast in which tennis insiders share unique stories and insightful perspective.

For more information, please contact info@underreviewtennis.com

SARAH STONE talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS017

SARAH STONE talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO – URCS017

As a junior, she was Australian National Champion. As a pro, she played doubles with Sam Stosur. And as a coach she worked with Stosur through 3 Grand Slam titles.

Recently she coached world #39 Alexsandra Krunic and American Fed Cup player Alexa Glatch.

The founder and CEO of the Women’s Tennis Coaching Association, SARAH STONE helps us break down the Australian Open draws, gives us perspective on the Australian players, and offers a quick fix for adding more female coaches to the pro tour.

For more on Sarah Stone, check out:

http://www.sarahstonetennis.com/

For more episodes with an Australian Tennis bend, check out:

URCS030: MARK WOODFORDE

URCS019: BRIAN TEACHER

UNDER REVIEW WITH CRAIG SHAPIRO is a Tennis Podcast where insiders from the sport share unique perspectives, inside stories and break down what is happening now in Tennis.

For more information, please contact info@underreviewtennis.com

PAUL ANNACONE talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO- URCS016

PAUL ANNACONE talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO- URCS016

He beat McEnroe, Connors, Edberg and Wilander and went on to coach Sampras, Federer, Stephens and Henman. Currently, he’s coaching Taylor Fritz and commenting on Tennis Channel. Tennis insider and one of the wisest men in the sport, Paul Annacone tells us what he’s learned from Pete, Roger and Sloan; why he’s bullish on Taylor; and how he juggles his obligations at the Australian Open. 

UNDER REVIEW WITH CRAIG SHAPIRO is a Tennis Podcast where insiders from the sport share unique perspectives, inside stories and break down what is happening now in Tennis.

For more information, please contact info@underreviewtennis.com

BRAD GILBERT talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO -URCS015

BRAD GILBERT talks TENNIS with CRAIG SHAPIRO -URCS015

He beat McEnroe, Sampras, Chang, Becker and Edberg and went on to coach Agassi, Roddick and Murray. Now he’s a cornerstone of ESPNs tennis coverage. Twitter monster who always tells it like it is, our friend and first repeat guest, BRAD GILBERT, breaks down the year in tennis; shares personal stories from his days of playing and coaching; and tells us why the San Francisco Pyramid is his most prized trophy.

To hear Brad Gilbert’s first appearance on UNDER REVIEW, check THE INAUGURAL EPISODE of UNDER REVIEW – URCS002: BRAD GILBERT

UNDER REVIEW WITH CRAIG SHAPIRO is a Tennis Podcast where insiders from the sport share unique perspectives, inside stories and break down what is happening now in Tennis.

For more information, please contact info@underreviewtennis.com