Game, Set and Match podcast: September 11

Author
Matt Brown,
Section
Game, Set and Match,
Publish Date
Tuesday, 11 September 2018, 2:56PM
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One of the more dramatic US tennis Open's has come to an end in New York.

On this edition of the Game Set and Match podcast Radio Sport commentator Matt Brown is joined by New Zealand's Fed Cup captain Neil Carter to analyse the women's final controversy involving Serena Williams.

Matt and Neil offer some strong opinions about Serena's antics and accusations lamenting the fact Naomi Osaka's incredible achievement got overshadowed.

With Novak Djokovic winning the men's title to get to 14 Grand Slams can he catch Rafael Nadal on 17 and perhaps even Roger Federer's 20 Grand Slam titles and is the women's game with eight different winners in the past eight Grand Slams in a better state than the men's game with Federer winning three, Nadal three and Djokovic three of the past nine slams.

We look ahead to New Zealand's Davis Cup tie against South Korea this week in Gimcheon and here from 19 year old Kiwi Ajeet Rai. Kiwi Erin Routliffe caught up with Matt while on a month long training block in Auckland before heading off with Neil later this week for a series of tournaments across the Tasman.

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