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Top 3 Tennis Tournaments
Episode 711th December 2023 • Top 3 Network • HVSPN
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Show Name: Top 3 Network

Episode Title: Top 3 Tennis Tournaments

Episode #7

You are listening to Top 3 Network the podcast with your host Logan and Co Hosts, Luke and Danyal.

In this episode of Top 3 Network the Podcast we discuss: the Top 3 Tournaments in Tennis.

Segment 1: Introduction

This is our second episode about tennis, This episode Luke and danyal will give their opinions on the best tennis tournaments, and I, Logan, will rank them. These tournaments that you will be hearing in this episode are the most popular part of the sport. Even though there are not that many huge tournaments and grandslams, there is so much to talk about during it. 

Segment 2: Ranking


     3. ATP Nitto Finals- It is like the final of the full atp tour of like most to all tennis players. Not 2 or 1 because it is not a grandslam

      2. Wimbledon-Biggest tournament(called the championship)It is the most formal and classic championship. There are many famous courts and grass courts. The main reason I love this is because Roger Federer is my favorite player as we talked about last episode and he is like the “King of Grass” and the best grass player who has probably ever lived.

  1. U.S. Open-It is the most “hype” and like the crowd’s connection with the players finish and show off the vibes throughout. Along with this, in New Jersey, we get to watch the quarter finals and after that at night. I have been to the U.S. Open and the vibe when you see a top player that is liked win is unimaginable. My personal favorite stadium there is the Arthur Ashe Stadium.


3: Roland Garros (French Open): This is my third favorite tournament because it is the only major tournament played on clay courts since 1978 and is special because of that.

2: US Open: This is my second favorite tournament because I have been there and the vibe is amazing. There are three major courts, the Grandstand, Louis Armstrong Stadium, and Arthur Ashe Stadium. There are also 17 side courts. The US Open will always be a classic as it has been going on for the past 50 years. It is played on hard courts which is concrete.

1: Wimbledon: This is my favorite tournament because it is known as the championship and known to be the most prestigious tournament in the world. It is very formal and it is oldest tournament in tennis. WImbledon is also the only major tournament that is still played on grass courts, which is another reason why this tournament is so special.

Segment 3: Combine and Judging

      3: Roland Garros

  1. Wimbledon

1. U.S. Open

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