Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver at Indian Wells. Photo By: Fred Mullane

Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver aren't done doubling up just yet. You may know of the two former WTA players, they casually won 74 doubles events and are the only women's doubles team to claim every Grand Slam in a calendar year. Navratilova hung up her racquets in 2006, while Shriver called it a career in 1996, but the two are back in action.

Ok, maybe not on the court but the tandem are broadcasting live from Indian Wells together for the very first time. The two appeared together for the first time on Tennis Channel over the weekend and it was a sight for sore eyes to say the least. Navratilova and Shriver were front and center during the third match of the day on Saturday and are returning for more on Sunday.

The two are teaming up to commentate on their first match on Sunday and will offer their expertise and analysis.

Fans can catch Navratilova and Shriver in the Tennis Channel booth during the second week of the tournament as well. Aside from the two major champions reporting together for the first time, this year also marks Tennis Channel's first year as the exclusive home of the BNP Paribas Open.

The WTA and ATP 1000-level event runs through October 17th with Tennis Channel providing close to 170 hours of coverage during the 12-day competition in Tennis Paradise.