David Law

Sports Broadcaster

David Law is an experienced and versatile sports broadcaster, podcast host and public speaker. He has commentated on tennis for BBC Radio 5 Live since 2002 and later for BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video, co-presented The Tennis Podcast since its launch in 2012, and hosted events for corporate clients for more than a decade.


TV Reel

David is one of the lead commentators on BT Sport’s TV coverage of the WTA Tennis Tour. Alongside Martina Navratilova, former British No.1’s Sam Smith and Anne Keothavong, and respected coach Nigel Sears, David has added his voice to events from all around the world, and on-site at the Fed Cup and WTA finals. In 2018, he was one of the main contributors to Strokes Of Genius, an award-winning documentary about the rivalry and the 2008 Wimbledon final between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

Radio Reel

David has covered more than 50 Grand Slam tennis tournaments for BBC Radio 5 Live, describing every men’s singles final at Wimbledon since 2014. In 2016, he delivered radio commentary of the moment that Andy Murray became World No.1, a clip used on BBC 1 when Murray was voted Sports Personality of the Year. Two years later, he was courtside as Kyle Edmund reached an Australian Open semifinal, and in 2019 he described the raw emotion of Murray trying to keep his career alive in a 5-set epic in Melbourne.

Event Hosting


David is an accomplished public speaker who is equally comfortable hosting events for corporate clients and conducting Q&A sessions as he is behind a broadcast microphone. He has spent more than two decades travelling the world on the tennis tour, interviewing the biggest names in the sport, including the first English language interview conducted with Roger Federer on his professional debut as a 16-year-old.

The Tennis Podcast


David co-hosts The Tennis Podcast with fellow broadcaster Catherine Whitaker every week, with daily editions produced during the Grand Slam tournaments for a growing audience of more than 20,000 listeners. The podcast also features big-name interviews and has been downloaded more than six million times since its launch in 2012, making it the most listened-to tennis podcast in the world.