The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) have announced the launch of a new weekly show called Tennis United, which will be aired every Friday on both Tours’ digital platforms.
The official statement issued on the ATP website and social media handles on Thursday reads:
- Give Super Eagles job to Finidi, Amuneke – Chris Green
- Life is tough without playing football – Dakkada defender Somiari Alalibo
- Ighalo blast critics on Manchester United move, says ‘I don’t go down low replying people’
“Hosted by Grand Slam champions Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Vasek Pospisil, Tennis United will feature interviews and discussions with ATP and WTA players, as well as other influential figures from throughout the game.
“The show will bring the tennis world together during this coronavirus crisis on both the ATP and WTA Tours, as well as engaging athletes and fans from across the entire sporting world.
“Friday’s debut show will open with a special montage of player messages thanking key health workers that have been fighting COVID-19 on the front lines, followed by interviews with Felix Auger-Aliassime, Sofia Kenin, Jannik Sinner and Donna Vekic.
“Tennis United premiers today, Friday April 10, on the ATP and WTA’s Facebook and YouTube channels, with sections of the show also available on Twitter and Instagram.”