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Djokovic Awing TV Tennis Commentators

Novak Djokovic beat Carlos Alcaraz 62 63 in the ATP Final semis today in Italy. His supremacy is evoking some of the greatest plaudits in TV tennis broadcasting history. Robbie Koenig, the former ATP doubles journeyman and first class TV analyst offered these two gems… “He’s about to be a billionaire but he is playing […] Continue to read full article...

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Robbie Koenig Biofile

Status: ATP World Tour TV sports commentator. Former ATP player who won five doubles titles, achieving a career high rank of #28. Reached semifinals of 1998 U.S. Open mens doubles. Also semifinalist in mixed doubles at Wimbledon and Australian Open. Greatest Sports Moment: "Probably winning my first doubles title (with Thomas Shimada) in Kitzbuhel, Austria (2002). The first one is the one that sticks in your memory. (Who did you beat?) We beat Alex Corretja and Lucas Arnold (76 64). We hooked together for pretty much the first time in our career and it was an instant gel. I remember the best thing about it was the ride from the airport back to Munich was about an hour and a half, it was a long way. And I knew I was going to miss the flight but the check that we won was big enough that I had credit for business class. And I paid like a $1,500 bucks for the upgrade, but it didn't matter. I was getting to go home. I was flying first class and I just won my first tournament. The best feeling ever. Continue to read full article...


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