Australian tennis legend, Mark Woodforde was a force to be reckoned with in singles… and an absolute legend in doubles.
In singles, Woodforde got to #19 in the world. He was a semi-finalist at The Australian Open. And he beat McEnroe, Chang and Ivanisovic. To name a few.
In doubles, he was #1 in the world, winning 12 majors; his first with John McEnroe and the rest with longtime partner – and other half of “The Woodies” – Todd Woodbridge.
Gold Medalist. Davis Cup Winner. Hall-of-Famer, MARK WOODFORDE explains why John McEnroe was the real genius behind the formation of “The Woodies.“ He shares his thoughts on the wide and dynamic field of current Australians players. And he also explains why his doubles partner through 61 titles is no longer speaking with him.
(Recorded March 8, 2019. Released April 17, 2019). UNDER REVIEW is a podcast in which tennis insiders share unique stories and insightful perspective. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more UNDER REVIEW episodes featuring Tennis Hall of Famers, check out:
- JIM COURIER [Ep23]
- GIGI FERNANDEZ [Ep27]
- NICK BOLLETTEIRI [Ep28]
- STEVE FLINK [Ep37]
- MATS WILANDER [Ep38]
- YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV [Ep40]
Mark’s page at the International Tennis Hall of Fame: https://www.tennisfame.com/hall-of-famers/inductees/mark-woodforde
Alex de Minauer, Ash Barty, ATP, Australia, Australian Open, BNP Paribas, Davis Cup, Ellison, Indian Wells, ITF, John McEnroe, Jordan Thompson, Nick Kyrgios, Alexei Popyrin, Todd Woodbridge, Bernard Tomic