The extenistas Alex Corretja and Javier Frana premiere their podcast Subidos a la purple. An off-the-cuff program by which each professionals deliver tennis nearer to the followers. The podcast will be heard on Spotify, Ivoox and different on-line platforms.
“Many instances it occurs that the life of a tennis participant is very distant from the followers. And our intention is to humanize them, inform listeners about their difficulties, how they perform their everyday, ”says Frana within the first chapter of this system.
The previous Argentine tennis participant has ended his collaboration with ESPN, the place he had been commenting for 21 years, and embarks on this journey sharing a microphone with Alex Corretja, with whom AS might converse.
“Our concept is additionally to interview a male or feminine participant”
“Now we have been mates for a few years and we had no contact for a very long time. He despatched me a message in September and requested me to do a podcast, we’ve got each been tv commentators, so it's one thing we already knew, ”says Corretja on how the thought of beginning up with Subidos a la purple got here up.
In keeping with the extenista, at first the target was to make a program each fortnight, “Residing the scenario that we at the moment have we plan to do one a week, however we'll see,” says Corretja, who continues: “Our concept is additionally interviewing a participant, fixing the doubts that the mother and father of kids who’re making ready have, and properly, making an attempt that the chapters don’t final greater than 25 or 30 minutes ”. Because the Catalan highlights: “Ultimately it is a conversation of two passionate about tennis.”
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