Tennis Podcast is a podcast about tennis. It started production in 2012 with weekly shows throughout the year. The podcast is broadcast daily during the four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open).
The latest tennis news and results as well as upcoming matches and tournaments are discussed by tennis broadcasters David Lowe, Katherine Whitaker and Matthew Roberts. It also features interviews and hosted a TV series called "Tennis Reborn", where there was no live tennis broadcast during the pandemic.
The podcast interviews tennis players and coaches as well as other guests. Andy Murray came out in 2016 and talked about his first experience of fatherhood. Football coach José Mourinho said he cried when Murray won Wimbledon.
Former football player David Beckham talked about how his son Romeo quit football to start tennis. Interviews with Chris Evert, Marion Bartoli, Larry Stefanki, Janko Tipsarevic and Yannick Noah were featured in 2019 and 2020. American TV presenter Mary Carillo was a frequent guest.
The podcast started fundraising in 2017 and has raised £16,000 from its listeners via Kickstarter. He launched a second Kickstarter to continue the podcast in 2018, with 571 people contributing £27,000. One of the sponsors paid for Charlie the ferret, who became the podcast's mascot in 2018. In 2019, 937 people contributed £53,000. £85,500 raised from 1,467 listeners in 2020. In 2021 the total amount exceeded £100,000 for the first time. In 2022, it switched to a subscription platform called Friends of The Tennis Podcast.