"Tennis United" joined "World Cup at Home" (FIFA and WePlay), "Arsenal Together" (Arsenal), and others as Best Content Creation recipients, for pieces, "bitesize or longform ... that made people laugh, cry or think, engaging and entertaining the audience throughout."
Co-hosts Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Vasek Pospisil deserve heaps of credit for the overall flow of the show, with their good-natured emotional intelligence shining through in segments that addressed topics ranging from mental health to diversity and inclusion, Black Lives Matter to social media hijinks.
Active and retired stars including (though hardly limited to) Naomi Osaka, Novak Djokovic, Garbine Muguruza, Andy Murray and Martina Navratilova have all guested on the show—all readily accessible during a global health crisis. The program, were it a player, could be described as having an all-court game. Moments of gravity and levity thread throughout most every episode, with the co-hosts spiritedly tying things together.
From the Leaders Sports Awards write-up: "With the first show airing on April 10, 2020, Tennis United marked the first time the two tours joined forces to collaborate on a series of content."