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Guest Host: Frank Stasio
Venus. Martina. Lindsay. Anna. The stars of women’s tennis are so well-known, they need only one name. Ratings are so high that the U.S. Open will feature the women’s finals prime-time. Join guest host Frank Stasio for a look behind the rising popularity of women’s tennis.
- L. Jon Wertheim Senior Writer, Sports Illustrated; also author of "Venus Envy: A Sensational Season Inside the Women's Tennis Tour" (Pub: Harper Collins)
- Rachel Alexander Nichols Washington Post reporter
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