Originally Posted by VamosRafaNadal
I've listened the AO radio too. It can be stressing, but I find it useful
Maybe it would be better if they give less details while the point is being played and tell them between points
I love to see all the sound of the players while they are shoting a strong shot, or the sounds of rachets hitting the ball or the floor, etc.
We have to appreciate that the Australian Open gives us a radio programme to follow this tournament. This is not common and I miss this great service in other important tournaments,
as I can't see lot of matches because of my daily stressing life... so having headphones and a mobile phone in my pocket is a very powerful weapon to stay tuned to tennis
All four majors have a radio service. Wimbledon, in fact, has three separate channels--an "around the grounds" one that bounces between the action, as well as a dedicated channel each for Centre and Court 1. I personally LOVE listening to the "Around the Grounds" feed--more than anything else it gives me a sense of being there. The radio service was around for years as Radio Wimbledon, but is now operated as "Live @ Wimbledon" by IMG. Still the same concept, but with a little less charm.
Radio RG is pretty good as well, while USO Radio is very meh.
As far as radio goes...
Wimbledon>Roland Garros>Australian Open>US Open
Davis Cup runs an online radio thing for the final, as well.