19.01.2022 – 15:30
- Sky is launching a new podcast on the most exciting topics in tennis
- A new issue every 14 days skysport.de/maddogwingman, in the Sky Sport App and on all the usual podcast platforms
- Sky expert Patrik Kühnen and Wimbledon winner from 1991 Michael Stich will discuss, the podcast will be hosted by Sky commentator Paul Häuser
- First edition available from today, January 19th
- More information about the podcast is available at skysport.de/maddogwingman and for tennis on Sky at: skysport.de/tennis
Unterfoehring, January 19, 2022 – “Maddog & Wingman” is the latest Sky Tennis podcast with Wimbledon winner Michael Stich and Sky expert Patrik Kühnen.
Together with Sky commentator Paul Hauser, the two former world-class players discuss the most exciting topics from the world of tennis, report on their active time as professionals and also give assessments of current events and developments on the ATP and WTA tours.
The achievements of Germany’s number one in tennis – Alexander Zverev and his attack on the top of the world rankings – are debated as well as the recent events surrounding Novak Djokovic.
Incidentally, “Maddog” and “Wingman” are the two nicknames that Michael Stich and Patrik Kühnen gave each other in 1993 when they won the Davis Cup for Germany as an undefeated doubles match.
“Maddog & Wingman” – the Sky Tennis Podcast with Michael Stich, Patrik Kühnen and Paul Häuser appears every 14 days skysport.de/maddogwingman, in the Sky Sport App and on all the usual podcast platforms.
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