A journalist, editor, author and broadcaster, John has been involved in tennis for over three decades. Both as a fan and within the media, he has attended all four majors. Additionally, he is one short of the career Slam of having fallen asleep whilst watching matches on Rod Laver Arena, Philippe Chatrier and Arthur Ashe, while, for now, achieving that feat at Wimbledon still eludes him.
Claire Stanley is a former journalist who now masquerades as a communications and public affairs specialist by day, and tennis podcaster by night. She makes up one third of Murray Musings – a podcast dedicated entirely to Andy Murray and his tennis journey. Ever the competitor, Claire’s favourite thing about tennis is there always has to be a winner. You can follow her on twitter @brooksybradshaw if being spammed daily about her love for Andy Murray is high on your list of priorities.
Always trying to convince more people to start following the ATP Challenger Tour. Makes sure to give the unsung heroes of the tennis circuits proper hype and recognition, while also staying up-to-date with the stars. Adores one-handed backhands (even if they're arguably less effective in the modern era) and classic volleying technique.
"A man permanently caught in the tennis rabbit hole. When not doing his day job, Nick is either writing or researching anything tennis related. He is a regular contributor to Popcorn Tennis and is co-host of their Podcast."
"Using his engineering background to fuel his analytical skills and drawing on his experience as an LTA level 2 coach, Jack Edward is devoted to providing insightful information on professional tennis matches on his podcast and blog, 'On The Line'."