Tipsy Tennis Podcast

by Adam Borak

Your host, Adam Borak, takes you through conversations about all things tennis with a little twist of lime. We introduce a new guest each week to keep the perspectives fresh and intriguing and we're not afraid to say the things broadcasters can't say live. If you're looking to learn about the inner workings of the game, industry, lifestyle, development, hot takes, and more... look no further. Kick back, crack one open with us... Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • S02 E02 - The Changeover Episode 2: Lucy Herrera

    S02 E02 - The Changeover Episode 2: Lucy Herrera

    Welcome back to The Changeover! In this episode, I introduce Lucy Herrera while playing at Central Park Tennis Center, New York. She is a tennis instructor all over NYC, amazing player and even better person. We talk about her exp...

    07:51
  • S02 E01 - The Changeover Episode 1: Magly Rosales

    S02 E01 - The Changeover Episode 1: Magly Rosales

    Welcome to The Changeover! A new segment that covers the conversations players have on a changeover! In the first episode, I introduce Magly Rosales. She is a novice tennis player in Miami, FL and has been playing for a year and a...

    05:41
  • Season 1

  • S01 E05 - TTP Episode 5: Kenji Michaud

    S01 E05 - TTP Episode 5: Kenji MichaudExplicit

    In this episode, I introduce the assistant program director of Prospect Park Tennis Center, Brooklyn, NY, huge Fed fan, and one of my closest friends, Kenji Michaud! We talk about his experience running a lot of the junior and adu...

    26:36
  • S01 E04 - TTP Episode 4: Matt Balilo

    S01 E04 - TTP Episode 4: Matt BaliloExplicit

    In this episode, I introduce long-time friend, nemesis, and fellow ballperson, Matt Balilo. Competitive junior tennis player and now amateur Muay Thai fighter, Matt and I talk about some US Open stories, how tennis influenced his ...

    25:47
  • S01 E03 - TTP Episode 3: Nenad Radakovic

    S01 E03 - TTP Episode 3: Nenad Radakovic

    In this episode, I introduce Nenad Radakovic. He played professional tennis in Serbia, playing Djokovic in juniors. He played division 1 tennis at Hofstra University, Long Island, and was one of my first coaches. Pleasure to bring...

    21:07