Here's the article from the tourney site, Paul:
7:30pm is Central US Time I believe (that's 6 hours behind the UK)
Noted tennis journalist Bud Collins to provide play-by-play
RCA Tennis Championships, july 12, 2004
The 2004 RCA Championships announced today that ESPN 950 will once again broadcast live radio play-by-play of evening singles matches held Monday – Friday (July 19-23) beginning at 7:30 p.m. This will be the second straight year the tournament is providing week-long play-by-play of the nightly matches. ESPN 950’s Greg Rakestraw will provide color commentary, while esteemed tennis commentator, writer and historian Bud Collins will be calling the matches.
“Bud Collins is the most visible and versatile U.S. tennis journalist,” said RCA Championships Tournament Director, Rob MacGill. “He is an accomplished writer, broadcaster, and editor, and he is by far the most recognizable name and face in the world for tennis journalism. We are pleased and honored that we will once again be able to provide to our tennis fans the opportunity to hear from him every night on the radio.”
Collins, who was born in 1929, did his first television commentary (covering the U.S. Doubles at Longwood Cricket Club) for Boston’s PBS outlet, WGBH in 1963. In 1968 he began a network television career working for CBS on the U.S. Open. He then signed with NBC in 1972. To this day, he is identified with NBC’s broadcast of Wimbledon and the French Open.
Joining Collins on the radio broadcast will be ESPN 950’s Greg Rakestraw. Greg is currently the host of the Sports Desk, which can be heard weekdays daily from 3-6 p.m. on ESPN 950 AM.
“We pride ourselves in local sports coverage, and that means all local sports. The RCA Championships is a great event, that has built a reputation as the top tournament of its kind both locally and internationally, and we are excited to be a part of it again,” said ESPN 950 Program Director Greg Rakestraw. ‘Since we also simulcast over the Internet, it was exciting to see people from as far away as Thailand tuned into last year’s broadcast. This year we have expanded our Internet listening ports, which will allow more people to tune in to hear the matches.”
The broadcast will also be available via the Internet by going to www.espn950.com
. The live play-by-play can be heard nightly on ESPN 950 AM from 7:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., with a live audience call-in after the match from Monday, July 19, through Friday, July 23.