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Racquet's Rennae Stubbs Tennis Podcast

Daria Kasatkina

The outspoken Russian player joins Caitlin at the BNP Paribas x Racquet Kiosque to talk about her incredible return to form in the last 18 months, with her winning a handful of titles, making the WTA Tour Finals, and coincided with her coming out and speaking out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Don't worry, she also gives out some relationship and real estate advice—don't miss it.


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  • Wrong Opinons

    45:40
    At long last, Caitlin joins the show to educate Rennae on the difference between a fact and an opinion, plus we love the Olympics, Carlos Alcaraz and maybe the new French Open broadcasters?
  • The French Connection: Jewell Loyd

    49:42
    Rennae Stubbs & Sam Querrey react to the historic wins by Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz in the French Open finals, plus Jewell Loyd, current Seattle Storm guard, 2-time WNBA champion & Olympic gold medalist join the show to talk about the pressure of being the best, her love of racquet sports and the difference of the Olympics.
  • The French Connection: Lindsey Vonn

    46:17
    This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—and on this episode they talk to former World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn about her love of tennis, her friendships with Roger Federer & Jannik Sinner, and how she and Roger exchange advice on skiing and tennis.
  • French Connection: Andy Roddick

    42:54
    This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—and on this episode they talk to Grand Slam champ Andy Roddick, host of the new podcast Served and one of the smartest (and funniest) folks in tennis.
  • French Connection: Adios Rafa?

    44:35
    This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—and on this episode they talk about Rafael Nadal’s first round loss to Alexander Zverev, at perhaps his final RG appearance? They share their favorite Rafa stories, as well as discuss other big winners (and losers) coming out of Round 1.
  • The French Connection: Jessica Pegula

    56:43
    This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—and on this episode, we do a full draw breakdown ahead of the tournament, with world number five player Jessica Pegula. Starting with Rafael Nadal's opener against fourth seed Alexander Zverev, and what makes Iga so hard to play on clay?
  • The French Connection: Mary Carillo

    44:52
    This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—starting with French Open Mixed Doubles Champion and Olympics anchor Mary Carillo.
  • Sam Querrey

    50:43
    The 6'6" Californian joins the pod to talk about his career notching massive wins of the likes of Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon, and lifting the world's largest trophy at Queen's Club, as well as break down the Rome tournament results ahead of Roland Garros. Plus, we get the backstory behind the viral Vine that had everyone looking for plastic horse heads.
  • Petko and Rennae Recap Madrid

    57:09
    Rennae and Andrea are back to recap a wild two-week Madrid tournament, which saw a resurgent Ons and Madison Keys, a shaky Coco and a bevy of injuries and withdrawals on the men's side. But we celebrate mercurial poet Andrey Rublev, who picks up his biggest title to date as well as an all-time classic final between Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka, which was great from first ball to last!