Fed Cup – Joy At Last For Great Britain; Monte Carlo – Fabulous Fognini, Nadal Nowhere Near His Best, Djokovic’s Dry Spell

In part one of this week’s Tennis Podcast, David Law and Grad Matt react to a thrilling weekend of Fed Cup action in London which saw Great Britain make a long-awaited return to the World Group with a 3-1 win over Kazakhstan.

Just how significant is this victory for Anne Keothavong’s side? What makes Jo Konta and Katie Boulter such good Fed Cup players? And what might the World Group look like next year?

In part two, David is joined by Catherine Whitaker to discuss a surprising start to the clay-court swing in Monte Carlo. Will Fabio Fognini ever be able to find some consistency to go with his occasional weeks of majestic tennis? Why was Rafael Nadal not at his best? And is Novak Djokovic’s lacklustre form becoming a cause for concern?

The Tennis Podcast will be produced weekly throughout the year and daily at the Grand Slam tournaments after our listeners successfully funded our Kickstarter. It is produced in association with The Telegraph. 


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