The Wimbledon Catch-Up: Round One (ish) - Murray wins with a Wobble; Slippy Centre Court; Federer escapes; Serena's tears; Draper's Djokovic dream debut; CSN emotional farewell; Tiafoe tames Tsitsipas

The Wimbledon Catch-Up: Round One (ish) - Murray wins with a Wobble; Slippy Centre Court; Federer escapes; Serena's tears; Draper's Djokovic dream debut; CSN emotional farewell; Tiafoe tames Tsitsipas

In the latest episode of The Passing Shot, the tennis podcast by fans, Joel and Kim catch up on the first two days of play at The Championships, Wimbledon, which has seen multiple rain delays, plenty of slips and top seeds falling.

With Serena Williams retiring after just 6 games, Roger Federer being delivered a stroke of luck by his opponent and Andy Murray escaping a potential comeback from Nikoloz Basilashvili, Joel and Kim discuss all the key talking points from the First Round of the tournament.

With British wins for Evans, Broady and Boulter, the arrival of Jack Draper and heartbreak for Konta and Watson, they also reflect on the varying fate of the Brits so far this tournament.

They also reveal their Collect A Set picks for the tournament, and despair at Tsitsipas and Kvitova already being out of the competition.

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Recorded on 30th June 2021.