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"alison risk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The 6th time in the last 8 seasons Tonight the Celtics looked close out The heat in the Eastern Conference Finals Tennis at the French Open make it 30 straight for iga tech the world's number one defeated Alison risk to extend the longest winning streak in women's tennis since Serena won 34 matches in a row back in 2013 I'm Scott Edinburgh with Bloomberg sports Nathan All right Scott thanks 6 37 on Wall Street and Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent pretty Gupta is back with us this morning for more of a look at some of the stocks moving in the pre market Creating good morning we mentioned the drop in gap shares this morning on earnings what else has your eye Well let's just take a beat and give maybe a little bit more attention to the gap because it's fascinating to me GPS is your ticker folks down 18% We've been covering it all morning on Bloomberg television and radio And this is important at least to me and I'm sure to the broader consumer as well But the wall of worry that we were seeing inflation supply chain issues margin pressure the COVID-19 lockdowns a slowing consumer all of that is showing up in gaap earnings And I think to me it's not just the guidance cut that was more than expected that of course is taking the stock this morning but it's also this kind of nugget Indulge me here Nathan This nugget here on store closures I think it's so important We haven't heard about store closures Since I want to say 2020 the pandemic onslaught And the gap actually saying that they're going to close 50 gap and banana republic stores but open 40 Athleta and old navy stores For international audience Athleta and old navy are kind of the I don't want to say cheaper but inexpensive relative to gap and banana republic So it's interesting that they're making that diverge as they put a lot of weight in old navy lately anyway had a little bit of an executive shake up as well but the fact that they are kind of making that pivot and kind of player perhaps pulling away from the gap and banana republic in some ways is interesting compare that to what you saw from Macy's and Nordstrom where they're saying well the wealthy consumers actually quite insulated from some of these issues So that was very important to me GPS is your ticker down 18% Thanks for indulging me on my little journey there with gap Okay well let's take a look at I guess outside of the retail sector What else are you looking at We got to talk about Dede here This is such an important story as we talk about Chinese ADRs broadly DID eyes your ticker up 8% this morning Bloomberg reporting that the state owned automaker China FAW group is considering acquiring a significant stake in the ride hailing company This is important as we talk about how much government use there is or government stake there is for a lot of these Chinese companies especially ones that have perhaps listings in the United States or perhaps will be delisted indeed as a case study for some of those other Chinese tech companies what's next is going to be the question nevertheless de IDI is your ticker up 8% Nathan I also want to stick to the tech story and talk about the Z scaler ZS is your ticker up 4% this morning This is a security software company It makes a lot of cloud products It also has a lot to do with cybersecurity They report a third quarter results that beat expectations They raise their full year forecast remember this is coming in the wake of the war in Ukraine It's also coming post pandemic where you have a lot of companies saying okay now that we're in this new work from home structure we have this new kind of era of technology Maybe we should really accelerate our switch to cloud and cybersecurity Nevertheless ZS seeing that on their balance sheet up 4% As always good to have you on in the pre market Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent creedy Gupta keeping an eye on the names moving before the cash open Looking ahead to that for stocks as a whole future is moving higher we have S&P futures up 11 points staff futures up 27 NASDAQ futures leading the gains up 58 points that is a gain of just about a half percent You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak on this Friday morning The I.
"alison risk" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Interesting episode, a lot of action this week in tennis with the next gen finals, which although it is an alternative format with four game short sets, sideline coaching on the men's tour, which we rarely see. The results from tournaments like this have proven to be dependable indicators of what's to come. We saw Sasha's Vera make his name here. We saw Rublev make a name here. We saw center make a name here. And within two years time, these boys are in the top ten. So let's not take the results from this lightly. Let's continue to view it as an indicator, and I'm interested to see which one of these young guns emerges. Ultimately, we saw alcaraz be said quarter in the final. Will this be his breakthrough? Will he be the first of that pack to get top 25 in the world? Well, stay tuned and see. Last week, we also saw Alison risk, doing what she does. Stand out there on the road, sneaking in a way and at the end of the year and lands when everybody else is at home. We saw TP, Tommy Paul, with a real good win over Francis TFO. Francis probably knows he let one get away there. And ultimately went on to hold the title on Stockholm. Always a good win at the end of the year right there. And then some jaw dropping news on the WTA side. Paying Schwartz comes out talks about sexual misconduct allegations of Chinese delicate. Whenever we hear that on a woman's door, number one, we get concerned. Number two, we are shocked. So it's going to be interesting to see how that one unfolds. I want to intro our first guest. Brandon nakashima, California NATO, be not. A kid that I saw play number four at UVA when they were in Chicago practicing. And even if playing number four, I was like, that dude can ball. We're gonna learn about his journey. What makes him tech? And what was his first big purchase? He said some good wins. It's made two of you finals. He got nothing his bag now to make a few purchases. So let's see what he did. What's up, B? What's up? How are you doing? Good man. Good, you look good out there. Thanks, thanks. So when I met you last summer, you had less than a thousand Instagram followers. Now you got 11,000. Yeah. How is life change for you? Yeah, it's definitely changed a lot. You know, since a year over a year ago, you know, I think everything has changed, really. Kind of both on and off the court, especially with my game. And also, you know, just kind of the lifestyle off the court with the professional life here. Okay. I'm never going to detail because that's private. We can have that offline conversation. So, you know, I look at you and I look at like Jim Brady. And you didn't even play number one for UVA before leaving college. And now you're in the next gen finals. How do you explain that transition from not playing number one on your college team to now being one of the best up and coming stars on the ATP tour? Yeah, I think you know in the juniors, I kind of always knew that I had the game to turn professional at some point. And you know, maybe in college, you know, it's just kind of a different experience. With the format and the matches there. So maybe I was feeling a little bit uncomfortable at the beginning or took a while for me to kind of get my bearings there and you know, we had such a great great team there so, you know, all the matches were at a high level and you know, if you're playing one or two in college ten is, I mean, you're pretty much playing all the top guys in college tennis. So I think the transition from college to professional has been pretty smooth so far. You know, after I decided to turn professional I quickly got some results on the ATP tour and started doing well on a bunch of challenges. So from there the ranking has just been improving and just trying to develop my game as much as possible on the court. So I was commentating for tennis channel during the Atlanta tournament. And I don't know if you heard. I bet on you versus big John Isner. Now that you have been on tour for a year or almost 18 months and had, you know, some some success been in like two or three finals now. What is your perspective on the game now? You know, when I watched that match against the big server like that, it was going to come down to one or two points at the end. I wanted to, will you stay down on the forehand ride or something like that? What is your perspective now on the difference in those matches? 'cause you're competing with all of them out grand Isner, et cetera. You beat it isn't there in Acapulco, right? So what is your what do you think the game is about now versus what you used to think it was about when you were in college? Yeah. You know, I think at the professional level, I mean, all the guys in the top hundred or even top 200, I think are super solid from the baseline, you know? And, you know, most of the matches it just comes down to a few points, like you said. You know, kind of who's better, better mentally in those critical points. So, you know, sometimes it works out to your advantage and sometimes it does it, but you know, those in those moments you just try to learn from as much as possible and just try to gain experience from those moments to help you in the future when you're playing out this. When you're playing out here, like on the biggest stages. So what do you think has been the biggest reason for your progression? Like, when I looked at, you know, team tennis, I looked at when Sloan played team tennis in 2017, she went on to win the U.S. open. We look at Jim Brady played team tennis last year and went on to the semis of a Grand Slam a U.S. open. What do you think has been, I mean, dusan's been by your side, literally by your side, right? 24 7. In the same hotel room, making you hit volleys across the bed, right? You know, so what do you think has been the biggest sort of reason for your in my opinion rapid success, rapid Ascension into? Yeah, I mean, it's tough to tough to pick one certain thing that's kind of been kind of key factor in the progression here. You know, I think it's just the mentality. I think, especially when I turn right off the bat, what I turned pro, you know, just knowing that I'm going to have some good and bad matches out there and sometimes the travel is going to be tough, but you know, just try to take every opportunity as best as possible out there and just try to learn from learn from different experiences. When you're out there competing, I think is key. So and then, you know, also the also always try to improve mindset when you're on the practice core. I think it's pretty key to feel more confident and comfortable in these matches. All right, so I've got two more questions. Lighthearted questions..
"alison risk" Discussed on Yeah, We Said It
"Ends this year and then seventy seattle tech versus whoever that young ladies don't know that he's american qualifier idea. We'll see we'll see. How does if she's gonna. She's going to make a run or win a few matches. It'll be here like at least a third round navy. But she's never made it past second while she looked really lost against bardy but looked really good before that right. I don't. I don't know what to make of that. 'cause i just like no say just don't know how you look. That lost against party like she was out there. Lake the crowd just just bored. Like it was a mo- maybe it was like the change of opponent. My body plays a lot differently than because the last the last few player she played wishy play. Push kabbah in the in the siamese and then she played bench in the quarters right. She also played soccer. So i guess like coming up against bardy was just like a completely different ball for her girl. I guess i'm going through all these people. They hit the ball like naomi and puska these girls in bharti. Has you literally not making any balls in the court. Whatever the next section number four c. Cova plays a mcnally a twenty four but dosa here versus bank fourteenth-seeded pathogen cova versus alison risk so sorry to go. Tim seated convertible here versus her car. Convertible probably be out within the first humanos Seventeenth zachary versus cost. Yuck that he said hey so okay. Twenty seven ostapenko. I was surprised to see that. She was seated versus puerto. Rico and then sixth-seeded andrea skew versus garbage. Yeah i have no idea what to expect from andress skew. No idea. I expect three center and then i expect a loss like every hermit. She played every. I think everything in this tournament has an interesting back to to at least like most of the most of these matchups considering like twenty nine. Hundred and twenty twenty points are being defendant. So there's a there's a good group of a good batch of people who have to do well. We have to do well here to connor. Stay afloat because bench She mentions made the semi finals in two thousand nineteen so she's defending net our And rescue one twenty nineteen as we all know. Soccer made what the round of sixteen last year.
"alison risk" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"And i felt like she really got the stage and the scene this whole tournament you know. She played the reigning champion in round four. She played angrily curb or former wimbledon. Champion the semi final. She had a top fine. This was a this is a tough road to grand slam and you know there was some there was some spotty doubters at at the start of the ad you know talk of took an undeserving number. One because she had been on the tour and you know she was she was benefiting from the rankings but my goodness ash party has proved all of those doubts as wrong this year. I mean she had done. Prior to this wimbledon she'd had a fantastic season with three titles. But you know becoming a multiple grand slam champion winning wimbledon which she had always set sights on this this elevates ash. See this victory. I think both within tennis. And as as hannah's said there to just a greater the greater public consciousness. I think we'll be more aware of ash. Actuality the tennis player and the person as well as a result of this. I am absolutely guilty of what you just said. By the way. I referred to name a soccer dream. Miami as the defector number one i refer to wash is as world number-one only jesus the the covet quirk in the rankings. Either thin that's outrageous. Really the nine issac could won two successive grandson. Titles all to that. She played yet. I have been number one. Had the rankings been. I said it to flippantly categorically i think is is sort of well of course name. Your soccer is the defector number one. You know yeah. I didn't i wouldn't hindsight is a wonderful thing. Let's conclude that given this comes what two-thirds through this incredibly long road trip for bharti. I think it makes it all the more impressive It's something else and let the last time. She won a grand slam. The rest of the season was absolutely fine. It was decent but relative to expectation as result of winning the french shape and it was. It was a little disappointing. The alison risk loss at wimbledon. And the chong loss at the us open But this feels different because of this road trip. She's on and the. I'm not saying she's necessarily going to go win the olympics in the us. Open but i might be saying. She's going to win the olympics in. Us i wonder if i i think a mindset and her i mean okay. You can't legislate for injury but she doesn't look tired. She doesn't she looks fresh and she looks like she's still enjoying it and if they can keep that up unless a bit of a superpower jesus anywhere because she can play on anything and i mean she can't be beaten of the beauty of the women's game is there are so many exciting players who can derail you but this is anybody any better than she's there are people with different power but but i look i love the way she enjoys the challenges of all of them. Yeah i think among her many strengths her adaptability is one of her greatest. And to me. And i think the the stats and the title. She won she's won bad this out. She is the player coming through. And you know she. She my chain but i still sort of think of one of these young. Wj avengers as as we called them. She's the one who is most comfortable on all the surfaces. I mean i think the highs name is sock has hit on. The hawk colts Level that act party hasn't quite reached on the hardcourts yet. But i think she probably could. And then you've got you know you've got halibut. Muga ruth the now who have done the same as as bouty and won wimbledon. The french open and are still looking for slam tattoos on her. She's got fantastic. Who seems to complete netflix. On the clay. You've gotta address go. Who play what on the hukou. There's such a fantastic variety of players. Now but bow is the one who stands out is someone who can flourish on all of all of the services indoors outdoors clay grass. Whatever the feels like. she's already that doesn't feel a work in progress towards it. She's there can the us. I've been staudt next week. That would be the olympics. I really cy i. I'm i've booked myself into suffer. Suffer terrible depression next week and It'd be great if if the us open just start then be brilliant. Regime boroughs notching quesnoy. Wow ashkenazi wimbledon champion. We've we've had a few other. Wimbledon champions crowned today in the women's doubles with had suchet and elise mountains third seeds. Beat verna could mott over. And elaine of as nina nine seven in the third set to win the wimbledon doubles title. For the first time as a team shays won it before With bubble over. I think yes and with Sh- way yes. Yes better. I one for these mountains. Yeah and could matola. Invis- nina had too much points in the second-set and also served for it in the third. So i mean the crowd were gripped by it. What it was. It was a stunning match. It was one of those where i didn't get into it until kind of midway through the second set because i was going to the party and bliscoll press conferences and but then suddenly it just got amazing and honesty. The.
"alison risk" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"I didn't have a clue. I'm talking about because i have mine. Rome say as quick pam barrett. We all is someone a gen. Who asked t don eight eight eight hundred sir. She could be on for five or six so yeah that would be impressive. Say but i'm yeah. Look out that and Well there is actually a bit more before we finish. Joe because although it's very much right and garros we've got the star of the girl season happening like as we speak about tomorrow technically today rather not thing. Yeah we've nottingham. Nottingham in stuttgart stuttgart starts on tuesday. I have i'm really fascinated. See the joy out yet. Imagine there's been a lot of Withdraw rules and what no. I'm sort of curious. That draw looks like it was a grad is guy gone for the men but we do have the w. two fifty event in nottingham. Joe concer is the top seed Alison risk is the second see. Donovan catches their So yeah it's i mean it's an interesting. It's an interesting one because as the counter top seed. You would hope that she would be able to potentially do you. Well here You know there's a lot of as you can imagine. There's not a lot of big big names as it's definitely some players in there who you would say kind of strong cross risk in in vacuum which By really think the in from a content perspective. This is know this really now is the opportunity to to really kind of rejuvenate and kick start her season. She's a decent. Draw you to get the quarters for sure. But my eyes are on allison risk at the bottom of the draw. Thank you know. She has such a girl scout specialist. Lauren davis as well decent gross. I a plays radiates be very hard to predict this wadden. I see emirati cardi doll in the first round so all british in counter and it will be interesting to see how the likes of katie boulter. Get on francesca jones yet as a braids in action and it will be so nice to have girls schools back you know. We had zero girls action loss. Gsa it'll be delightful. Have it on again and got the challenger as well for the men Happening at the same time anti murray is not their most nature play But we do have data evans as the top seed for that one. Yeah and and francis. Oh so there's definitely plays there who wouldn't necessarily be playing on the challenge tour but want to start the season and get matches in potentially get a competitive advantage over those players who are still left. A in in roland garros. I mean kevin since the fourth seed in an atp It's like it's not your regular rather the bill challenger is it's a it's a it's a pretty. It's a pretty good drool But we'll see how that one pans out as you said andy murray is not there. He decided against taking. I think a wildcard into it he is. I think at the all. England club practicing of queens. Say that's that's going to be his Path into in into queens in a while in into weeks time. uk listeners. wondering what. I watch this on tv. I've been informed by at tennyson tally. One of our regular contributors that the wti nottingham and birmingham events will be on bbc sport on the website so totally free and apparently is the first time the bbc of covid awa event that isn't eastern since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven came. Don't ask me why are fit. Televised indulged ninety. Seven was burn a little factoid. There from tennis on telly so thankfully. I'm sure lee would probably be as us also altered. Awesome yeah. I also notice joel. That you've made a note properly fermoy info that lucas russell is an action in nottingham. I already ratified listening we. Yeah that's An interesting note. We we wait to be supporting him. I sound evil tonight. But there's bad blood you also asked me where is where is casey manali. Why where is she. She'll play doubles with coq. Golf wise venus williams. She's in she is in north give. She is at the drool as well as i think. She pays a qualifying round one. So casement nali yet. She is here. She didn't why she's in paris but yes she is playing on the gross in indeed. Yeah coke wait for is at a how we're going to follow bayfront shaping out all the action in nottingham. It's great to have. But i must say like i'm going to have to have like four screens four screens. Say yeah. golden is how that's going to happen. But i think that brings us to a close today. Joe will actually be back tomorrow night after the fourth round has finished do well if natale center is Still going on at one eight one. We'll have to see how much we would. We would think so. You would think he would expect. Wouldn't it s a scheduler. We will have to wait and see but yeah listeners. I enjoyed listening to this episode of the passing shot. Remember to subscribe to us on your causing platform of choice to stay today on the french open. Whether that's apple podcasts spotify overcast cashbox stitcher and you can also listen to us on the download. 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