This half-hour tennis program aims to take viewers beyond the baseline in search of the most compelling stories in the sport. The show mixes interviews with some of the biggest names in the game with features to make for an entertaining, informative half hour.
We're counting down the days to the start of the final Grand Slam of the year. Pat Cash presents the next Open Court from the U.S. Open in New York City.
Gold. Silver. Bronze. The best tennis players in the world will soon be on their way to Rio for the summer Olympics. Pat Cash travels to the host city and takes a tour of the Olympic Tennis Center and sees first-hand where the players will compete for Olympic glory.
Pat Cash returns to Wimbledon to host the show from the court where he started a new tradition in 1987 after winning the title. After raising the trophy, he climbed up into the player box and celebrated with his friends and family. Who will have that opportunity this year? We'll be catching up with top players at The Queen's Club.
We’re gearing up for the first grand slam of the season.
We’ll be catching up with Australian number ones Bernard Tomic and Samantha Stosur in Sydney, and before we close out the show, Pat Cash will bid goodbye to Lleyton Hewitt.
We're gearing up for the final slam of the year and for world number one Serena Williams. There's a lot at stake - the 21-time Slam winner is trying to complete a calendar-year Grand Slam AND tie Steffi Graf's 22 Grand Slam singles titles record.
It’s the most prestigious grand slam in the world. The experts say, "if you only win one major, make sure it's Wimbledon." Open Court covers the fortnight at the All England Club. We’ll bring you all the details on the 2015 champions, talk to two leading tennis photographers about how they shot the championships and break down exactly why Wimbledon is so special.
The best players in the world are on the road to Roland Garros. The second grand slam of the year has been dominated by Rafael Nadal. This year, the former number one competes for his tenth Roland Garros crown. Open Court traces the story of a sportsman determined to extend his reign as the “King of Clay.”
The Indian Wells Masters 1000 tournament attracts more than 400,000 fans to the desert in Southern California. It's not one of the tennis world's Grand Slam events, but it draws crowds on par with Wimbledon and Roland Garros.
The Rotterdam ATP/500 tournament is one of the mainstays of the ATP tour. It has attracted some of the biggest names in the game this year – Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic, Tomas Berdych and Grigor Dimitrov.
This month CNN’s ‘Open Court’ is in Melbourne for the Australian Open, as the world’s best tennis players compete in the first grand slam of 2015.
Host Pat Cash interviews past Australian Open winners, including last year’s champion, China’s Li Na.
Two of the biggest names in global tennis headline the pre-U.S. Open edition of Open Court: Boris Becker and Billie Jean King. Open Court travels to Cincinnati to meet up with six-time Grand Slam winner Becker