Renowned Sports Broadcaster & Former Professional Tennis Player Patrick McEnroe Announces “Season Two” of Critically-Acclaimed Podcast “Holding Court” In Partnership with MuddHouse Media Set to Launch on April 27, 2021
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Renowned Sports Broadcaster & Former Professional Tennis Player Patrick McEnroe
Announces “Season Two” of Critically-Acclaimed Podcast “Holding Court”
In Partnership with MuddHouse Media Set to Launch on April 27, 2021
“Holding Court” Features 18 Celebrity Guests:
John McEnroe; Seal; Kristin Chenoweth; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand;
Michael Imperioli; Gavin Rossdale; Pico Iyer; Dean Karnazes; Peter, Bjorn and John;
Andy Roddick; James Blake; Jaren Lewison; Norm Lewis; John Feinstein; Andrea Jaeger;
Mardy Fish; Delfeayo Marsalis; and Dan Tepfer.
New York, NY. – Sports broadcaster and former professional tennis player Patrick McEnroe announces today with producing partner MuddHouse Media the official launch of Season Two of his critically-acclaimed new podcast, “Holding Court.” Launching on April 27, 2021, the podcast’s Season Two features McEnroe in conversations with an array of lauded actors, musicians, sports icons, and politicians: John McEnroe; Seal; Kristin Chenoweth; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos); Gavin Rossdale (BUSH); Pico Iyer; Dean Karnazes; Peter, Bjorn and John; Andy Roddick; James Blake; Jaren Lewison (Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever”); Norm Lewis; John Feinstein; Andrea Jaeger; Mardy Fish; Delfeayo Marsalis; and Dan Tepfer. Episodes of “Holding Court” will air twice a week (Tuesdays/Thursdays) on all major podcast platforms through August 19.
Patrick McEnroe is a renowned ESPN commentator for today’s most prestigious tennis competitions, including the Australian Open, U.S. Open, Wimbledon, and others. Offering expert match analysis and play-by-play commentary, McEnroe is a leading voice in the tennis world. He often appears alongside his brother John McEnroe as a premier broadcasting team for famous match-ups of tennis stars while providing insights on the next generation of players ready to take center stage. On “Holding Court,” Patrick and John will give a “State of Tennis” breakdown each month (April 27, June 3, July 1, August 3) with Patrick interviewing compelling celebrities weekly (on Thursdays) to discuss topics well beyond the tennis court.
Patrick McEnroe is a former professional tennis player and former captain of the United States Davis Cup team. Born in Manhasset, New York, he won one singles title and 16 doubles titles, including the 1989 French Open. In 1989, he won the French Open men’s doubles title and the Masters doubles title, partnering with Jim Grabb. In the Davis Cup, McEnroe represented his country as a doubles player in 1993, 1994 and 1996, compiling a 3-1 record. He was named the 38th Captain of the United States Davis Cup team in 2000 and won the Cup for the U.S. in December 2007. He is the longest serving U.S. Davis Cup captain and resigned in 2010.
To view a full bio for Patrick McEnroe, please visit: espnpressroom.com/us/bios/mcenroe_patrick
The episode schedule for Season Two of “Holding Court” is as follows: John McEnroe (April 27); Kristin Chenoweth (April 29); Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (May 6); Andy Roddick (May 13); Seal (May 20) Michael Imperioli (May 27); Pico Iyer (June 3); Andrea Jaeger (June 10); Gavin Rossdale (June 17); Delfeayo Marsalis (June 24); Peter, Bjorn and John (July 1); Norm Lewis (July 8); John Feinstein (July 15); Dean Karnazes (July 22); Jaren Lewison (July 29); James Blake (August 5); Dan Tepfer (August 12); and Mardy Fish (August 19).
About MuddHouse Media
MuddHouse Media is a company composed of diversified knowledge and skill sets, specializing in the most niche and mainstream facets of lifestyle, culture, sports, comedy, music, art, business, entrepreneurship and more. Follow us on @MuddHouseMedia and check out all our podcast shows at MuddHousemedia.com including “Holding Court” featuring Patrick McEnroe; “Tanya’s Table,” with award-winning Chef Tanya Holland; “Saints, Sinners & Serial Killers,” with renowned investigative reporters Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge; “Greek God of Hops” hosted by Former Red Sox Champ Kevin Youkilis; “Being American” by Governor Deval Patrick; and “Killer Genes” by Melissa McCarty and Kelly McLear, and many more.
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