Tennis United has been bringing retired and active players together all shutdown long to discuss the game and news, and have some fun. The most recent episode was a special one surrounding Wimbledon, which would have been in its final weekend
Co-hosts Vasek Pospisil and Bethanie Mattek-Sands run the show, and were joined by special guests Lindsay Davenport and Tim Henman.
Henman described his previous Wimbledon's, including the best moment of his career at the 1999 Championships.
Henman was ranked as high as No. 4 in his career. (Getty)
"Every shot I hit in the warmup the crowd cheered and every shot my opponent hit the crowd booed," the 45-year-old said. In terms of the atmosphere, that was the best atmosphere I have ever played in."
His lowest moment was being disqualified from the 1995 event in an unusual way.
"I accidentally hit a ballgirl in doubles and was the first person to be disqualified in 125 years at the tournament," he said.
During his career, the Brit reached the Wimbledon semifinals four times from 1998 to 2002.
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