Wimbledon Day 5 - Venus & Keys lose while Serena marches on; Federer breaks yet more records; Special Guest BBC's Phil Studd

After a day that drew to a close with just two of the women's top ten seeds left standing, Catherine & David are joined by BBC commentator Phil Studd to dissect a horrific defeat for Madison Keys to the world no 120, and a battling defeat for five-time Champion Venus Williams to the no-longer-a-clay-court-specialist Kiki Bertens. Oh, and while we're on the subject of Venus.. what's up with her court assignments in recent years? The Tennis Podcast team delve into the debate.

While seeds tumble left and right though Serena Williams to continues her remarkable comeback, and Karolina Pliskova has for once ensured that she isn't one of the first week Wimbledon casualties.

And on the men's side Roger Federer has been casually making yet more record-breaking history, but should he always be doing it on Centre Court? And who is Stefanos Tsitsipas, the first Greek man ever to make it to the second week of a Slam? We find put a little bit about 'the future of men's tennis'.

The Tennis Podcast will be daily throughout Wimbledon, presented by David Law and Catherine Whitaker.

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