Podcast: Reviewing Djokovic’s back-to-back wins in Indian Wells and Miami

March 30, 2014 · Print This Article

Welcome tennis fans to another season of the TennisConnected Podcast!

In this week’s show, Nima Naderi and Parsa Samii are back to review the Sony Open.

We look at Novak Djokovic’s back-to-back efforts in taking the Indian Wells and Miami titles. Is he ready to finally win the French Open? Finally, how will Rafael Nadal rebound during the upcoming clay-court season?

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2 Responses to “Podcast: Reviewing Djokovic’s back-to-back wins in Indian Wells and Miami”

  1. Arvis on April 4th, 2014 10:46 am

    I think Parsa’s opinion on Nishikori is remarkably short-sighted. Kid may be made of glass, but if you think he can’t hit the Top 5 by the time he’s 27 (he’s only 23 now) then we might not be watching the same sport. His game is remarkable. Watch his match against Nadal at the Aussie. Just now in Miami he took out Dimitrov and Ferrer back to back before winning against Fed. These aren’t fluky wins. Nishikori is for real (if he can manage to get through a season with less than 10 injuries, that is).

    But Parsa’s breakdown of Wawrinka’s situation was spot on. Well said.

    I’m looking forward to the clay season. Should be interesting! :)
    Right now, I’d say that Dolgopolov and Berdych are the biggest x-factors for the clay. Berdych isn’t traditionally the best clay player, but he’s playing the tennis of his life right now (when he’s not poisoned by the Nadal Mafia) and if you look at his clay results last year, they’re way better than you would expect from him. So can he improve on them? Or will this stomach illness set him back?
    And Dolgopolov: who knows what to expect from him? 4 tournaments in a row now he has reached the QFs or better. Can he transition to clay without a hiccup, though?

    Thanks for another great podcast, guys!


  2. Nima Naderi on April 5th, 2014 9:23 am

    Thanks Arvis for tuning in. Good points and off to the clay. —Nima

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