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Former tennis star Michael Stich, appearing on what would surely have been called Witterdon if it was happening now. Remained resolutely unamused during a game involving inserting tennis puns into film titles. At one point Simon promised him something called "stichy toffee pudding", though whether this actually happened (and Stich was rendered any less chippy) was left off the podcast.
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Former tennis star Michael Stich, appearing on what would surely have been called [[Wimbledon|Witterdon]] if it was happening now. Remained resolutely unamused during a game involving inserting tennis puns into film titles. At one point [[Simon Mayo]] promised him something called "stichy toffee pudding" (the result of a players-who-sound-like-food game begun by Andy Murray on Twitter) though whether this actually happened, and whether it rendered Stich any less chippy, was left off the [[podcast]].

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Former tennis star Michael Stich, appearing on what would surely have been called Witterdon if it was happening now. Remained resolutely unamused during a game involving inserting tennis puns into film titles. At one point Simon Mayo promised him something called "stichy toffee pudding" (the result of a players-who-sound-like-food game begun by Andy Murray on Twitter) though whether this actually happened, and whether it rendered Stich any less chippy, was left off the podcast.