On to Something With Bryan Fenley: Bob Whyley, Tennis Channel, Head of Production

For as individual of a sports as tennis is, Bob Whyley brings a team-oriented approach to the inner workings of Tennis Channel. Quick to compliment others before himself, Whyley, head of production at Tennis Channel, isn’t rushing to take credit for the growth of TC since he joined the network at its inception in 2003. In this conversation with USTA commentator Bryan Fenley, Whyley illustrates the evolution of Tennis Channel.

Having a front row seat to its many upgrades over the years, Whyley always brings it back to the people who made that all possible. Sure, Whyley will provide personal anecdotes and insights, but he’s instinctively wired to deflect all acknowledgement to others. That selfless approach has led to a Tennis Channel success akin to, say, a Federer forehand approach shot on the court.

To check out Whyley’s interview with Fenley click here.

Fenley, as a national anchor for Fox Sports Radio, delivers news reports and engages in cross talk on air across the country reaching up to 600-plus Fox affiliates, SiriusXM Channel 83, and the iHeartRadio app. A fervent supporter of college athletics, Fenley works in conjunction with Learfield co-hosting UCLA’s weekly radio show on air in Los Angeles on AM 570.

He’s called live sports on television on ESPNU. As a commentator for the USTA, he travels the country broadcasting tennis tournaments. In addition, he’s a well-versed broadcaster of beach volleyball, indoor volleyball, football, golf and basketball.

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