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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 [[Wimbledon|Witterdon]] if it was happening now. Remained resolutely unamused during a [[tennis film titles|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]].

Latest revision as of 02:22, 8 January 2018

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.