Margin of Error Podcast
Amy and Jeff talk about promising prospects they saw at the Citi Open in D.C., including Tornado Alicia Black, Jared Donaldson, Francis Tiafoe, and Taylor Townsend. They also preview Toronto and Montreal.
Amy and Jeff talk about Simona Halep’s title run in Bucharest, discuss some players who will get direct entry into the US Open by making good runs this week, and preview ATP and WTA events in Hamburg, Bogota, Bastad, and Istanbul.
Amy and Jeff talk about the dramatic conclusion of Wimbledon, including title runs from Petra Kvitova and Novak Djokovic, the rise of Nick Kyrgios, and the curious case of Serena Williams. They also preview ATP and WTA tournaments in Bastad, Stuttgart, Newport, Bad Gastein, and Bucharest.
Amy and Jeff talk about all the Wimbledon first week action including Serena Williams’ shocking loss to Cornet, Rafael Nadal’s iffy form, and Bernard Tomic for some reason. They also look at what to watch for in the second week.
Amy and Jeff are joined by special guest Carl Bialik of FiveThirtyEight to talk about the ATP and WTA action in Eastbourne and ‘s-Hertogenbosch, as well as preview both sides of the Wimbledon draw.
Amy and Jeff recap the first week of grass court action and preview the remaining tournaments before Wimbledon, including ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Eastbourne.
Amy and Jeff take a look at the men’s and women’s Roland Garros draws, and make far-fetched predictions.
Margin of Error Podcast Episode 16: Previewing Roland Garros Qualifying with Foot Soldiers of Tennis
Amy and Jeff wrap up Rome, preview the week’s ATP and WTA events, and are joined by special guest Andrew of Foot Soldiers of Tennis to talk about the men’s Roland Garros qualifying, which begins on Tuesday.
Amy and Jeff talk about Sharapova and Nadal winning the Madrid titles, and preview the week ahead in Rome.
Amy and Jeff preview the week ahead in Madrid, and are joined by special guest Colin Davy of SB Nation to talk about tennis’ ranking systems and aging curves.