Tag: #bruthasontennis

  • BOT 224 – 2024 Australian Open Mid-Fortnight Show

    The Bruthas reconnect at the halfway point of the 2024 Australian Open. They discuss all the surprises through the WTA draw and the remarkable consistency through the ATP's. Listen in as Bryce and Isaac confirm their picks for tournament champions.

  • BOT 223 – 2024 Australian Open Preview

    It's time for the first Grand Slam tournament of 2024, the Australian Open. The Bruthas break down the Men's and Ladies' singles draws by highlighting their 1st round "popcorn matches" and predicting the quarterfinalists through the eventual champions. Let us know in the comments if you agree or if you see someone else making it through this fortnight down under.

  • BOT 222 – 2023 BOT Awards

    Greetings Fam! We are back for another year, and it feels great to be here. Before we can get to 2024, we've got some unfinished business from 2023. What is that you say? Yes, the 2023 BOT Awards. Check out our winners for Player of Year, Newcomer of the Year, Breakout Performance, Upset of the Year, The No You Didn't Award, and of course our favorite the Mr. & Ms. Petty Award. Let us know in the comments if you agree of if you would have awarded someone else. Enjoy...

  • BOT 221 – The Return of Bruthas At the Net!

    You asked for it and we delivered, the return of Bruthas At The Net! We were so excited to collaborate once again with our friends AJ Chabria and Craig Bell from At the Net Podcast. The foursome reviews their favorite moments from the 2023 tennis season and make a few predictions for 2024. Take a few minutes to join in on our fun!

  • BOT 220 – Paris and Cancun

    We're winding down to the end of the year and this was a key week as it relates to year end rankings. On the men's side there was the final Masters 1000 in Paris. On the women's side there was the year in championships in Cancun. The Bruthas chat about Novak Djokovic's continued dominance and the surprise resurgence of Grigor Dmitrov. The WTA took a black eye on their coordination of the year end championships while Iga Swiatek gave the rest of the tour treats from her bakery on her way to securing the #1 ranking for 2023. Listen in to this very engaged conversation!

  • BOT 219 – For the Culture

    The Bruthas review the historic weekend of Jasmine Paolini, Arthur Fils, Gael Monfils and Ben Shelton all being in tour level finals. Shelton and Monfils ended the weekend holding the hardware, while Paolini and Fils fought valiantly in their finals. Listen in as the Bruthas talk about the significance of these results.

  • BOT 218 – Linda Paulding – Author of Never Limit Yourself

    The Bruthas reconnected with certified tennis and pickleball instructor, Linda Paulding, who can now add published author to her title. Linda recently released her book, Never Limit Yourself, highlighting the many cross-sections between tennis and pickleball. Listen in as we get a few pearls of wisdom from someone who lives on both sides of the net!!

  • BOT 217 – Asian Swing

    The Bruthas come together this week to discuss the results during the Asian leg of the both the ATP and WTA tours. Not only do the Bruthas review the results from the tournaments in China, but they also question why the tournaments are now back on the schedule.  Did we find Peng Shuai?  Is she okay or do we no longer care?  Curious minds wanna know…

  • BOT 216 – Wait! Laver Cup is an Exhibition???

    The Bruthas review the 2023 Laver Cup results as well as discuss some of the key matches/incidents. They breakdown exactly what type of event the Laver Cup is and apparently it was not broadly understood. Of course, the Bruthas had to chime in on that Gael Monfils vs. Felix Auger Aliassime first night matchup. On the women's side, Maria Sakkari finally got it done! Listen in and get caught up...

  • BOT 215 – Simona Halep and Other Recent Rulings

    With the shocking news that the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) gave two-time Grand Slam champion Simona Halep a four-year suspension for violating the sport’s anti-doping policy, we asked our legal friend Paul S. Haberman to join us for further discussion. Not only do we talk Simona's case but also recent incidents with Mikael Ymer, Frances Tiafoe and Milos Raonic, and others. The Law Offices of Paul S. Haberman specializes in sports-related law, but also cover a gamut of areas related to it. Call 201-564-0590 to schedule a consultation.