Friends, we’re finally at the end of our WTA season. So much of what we recapped didn’t even feel like it happened in 2021. Kenin signing with Motorola but tweeting about it from her iPhone? 2021, really? Badosa and Kostyuk broadcasting from their Fox News bunker in Australia? Feels like forever ago. Nonetheless, we try to make sense of a truly unique year in tennis, in which the sport learned to live with the pandemic to varying degrees of success. We asked for help with our “Remember When” segment and boy, did y’all deliver. We finish with our mini-review of “King Richard” and then a taste test of Mariah Carey’s venture into Irish creams: her latest stone cold smash hit wonder!
Above all, we are so incredibly grateful for all your support and sticking with us through seven seasons. To the OG listeners, we can’t even know what to say. To those who just joined us, it’s a privilege we don’t take lightly.
02:10 An update on our GoFundMe: We can’t even know what to say
08:10 The princesses and the paupers: a super quarantine and one persistent mouse almost derail the Australian Open
17:20 Mugs, Sabalenka, Jabeur, Gauff, and Badosa steadily build their impressive seasons in the spring
25:55 Naomi Osaka’s withdrawal from Roland Garros, plus … you thought Barbora Krejcikova was just a great doubles player?
35:15 Grass season: vets find success but Barty cements her #1 status
46:30 Still reeling from that wild US Open
56:00 Stats in review: A not-so-clear-cut POTY and year-end rankings
66:40 Remember when: tennis players can’t control God, talk to Him
77:00 How’d we do on our breakout picks?
81:10 A dispiriting Peng Shuai update
87:55 It’s time to finally make good on the calls for #TennisUnited
89:20 Our King Richard review: It OUTSOLD!
97:35 A nutty taste test: Black Irish Mimi edition
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