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Two-time Olympic men’s singles champion Andy Murray confirmed he will close out his career with the Paris Games.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss Novak Djokovic’s pursuits of the “Golden Slam” and how an Olympic gold medal is the only thing missing from his resume as one of the all-time greats.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey answer rapid fire questions, discussing the ideal doubles partner to take on Carlos Alcaraz and Rafael Nadal, and which all-time Olympic athlete duo would be unbeatable at their sport.

TENNIS Highlights

HLs: Alcaraz defeats Zverev for French Open title
Carlos Alcaraz took down Alexander Zverev in five sets to take home his first French Open title. The 21-year-old tennis phenom overcame a slow start to earn the third Grand Slam victory of his career.
The French Connection
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey pick the Wimbledon women’s semifinals, with Elena Rybakina a comfortable favorite against Barbora Krejčíková but the two disagreeing on how close Jasmine Paolini vs. Donna Vekić will be.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss Coco Gauff’s recent loss to Emma Navarro, particularly the demonstrative exchange Gauff had with coach Brad Gilbert and how things spiraled from there at Wimbledon.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss how Andy Murray’s farewell tour at Wimbledon had to be cut short due to his mixed doubles teammate, Emma Raducanu, suffering an injury.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss Novak Djokovic getting a walkover into the Wimbledon semifinals after his opponent, Alex De Minaur, had to withdraw due to an injury.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey preview the Wimbledon men’s semifinals, explaining why Daniil Medvedev vs. Carlos Alcaraz is an even match and why Novak Djokovic is a scary player with extra rest.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey react to the latest updates in Olympics tennis, including Ben Shelton, Frances Tiafoe, Sebastian Korda and Madison Keys opting out of Paris.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey use the best parts of the best players’ game to “Frankenstein” the perfect tennis player.


A three-time Grand Slam singles champion, Ashleigh Barty retired just over two years ago at the age of 25. She plans to stay retired.
Lorenzo Musetti threw his head back and spread his arms wide to celebrate reaching his first Grand Slam semifinal at Wimbledon.
Elena Rybakina knows people see her as the favorite to win her second Wimbledon title.
Novak Djokovic’s smooth trip through the Wimbledon bracket got even easier.
Daniil Medvedev had lost his five most recent matches against Jannik Sinner, including in the final of the Australian Open in January.
Novak Djokovic objected to the “disrespect” he thought was being directed his way at Centre Court while moving a step closer to an eighth title at the All England Club.
Donna Vekic reached her first Grand Slam semifinal in her 43rd appearance at a major tournament by beating qualifier Lulu Sun.
Djokovic beat Holger Rune to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals, then made sure to get a message across to those fans he thought were against him.
The 13th-seeded Taylor Fritz, a 26-year-old from California, equaled his career-best showing at a major tournament.
Coco Gauff has never made it past the fourth round at Wimbledon, and she exited at that stage again on Sunday, eliminated by Emma Navarro 6-4, 6-3 in an all-American matchup.