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Two Unseeded Teens Battle Their Way Into US Open Final
"Head to the courts. Now center court at arthur ashe stadium. That is tomorrow is the. Us open's women's final though you'd be excused for thinking. It's a junior's match. Two teenagers murad o'connor from the uk and layla fernandez from canada. Are squaring off in flushing meadow in queens new york sports writer. A springer joins us now. She writes about the intersection of sports in society. So this match between two teenagers. A condo and fernandez are we witnessing history here shera in some respects were witnessing history is the first time. Two teenagers have met in the final of a major since the nineteen ninety nine. Us open. That was when serena williams who was then seventeen defeated martina hingis who was than eighteen however at that point in nineteen ninety nine williams and hinges. Were already well known tennis stars. That is not the case for rod kanu and fernandez.
Naomi Osaka comes back, beats Azarenka for 2nd US Open title
"Osaka has won her second US championship US Open championship brother and her third Grand Slam title overall by coming back to beat beat Victoria Azarenka in three sets in the finals in New York this afternoon, the final was played in a nearly empty and mostly silent Arthur Ashe Stadium. A facility that holds 23,000 people.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on AP News
"Serena Williams moves a step closer to a record tying 20 fourth grand slam title and sets another record along the way the tennis great recorded her 1 hundredth win at Arthur Ashe stadium on Monday the most of any player there ever the next closest is Roger Federer was 77 according to the US open Serena Williams now advances to the quarterfinals after beating Maria soccer you know tough match where she could be heard on court in the crowd the stadium telling yourself to keep by I'm super passionate this is my job this is what I wake up to do and this is why I'm trying to do 300 65 days a year the 38 year old won her first U. S. open back in 1999 as a teenager and now has 6 trophies from here Julie Walker New York
'Keep fighting!' Serena Williams yells herself to Open win
"Serena Williams moves a step closer to a record tying twenty fourth grand slam title and sets another record along the way the tennis great recorded her one hundredth win at Arthur Ashe stadium on Monday the most of any player there ever the next closest is Roger Federer was seventy seven according to the US open Serena Williams now advances to the quarterfinals after beating Maria soccer you know tough match where she could be heard on court in the crowd the stadium telling yourself to keep by I'm super passionate this is my job this is what I wake up to do and this is why I'm trying to do three hundred and sixty five days a year the thirty eight year old won her first U. S. open back in nineteen ninety nine as a teenager and now has six trophies from here Julie Walker New York
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Match at Arthur Ashe Stadium. She defeated Maria Sakari agree 6 36 763 So Serena will phase Smetana parent Cova, who beat Elise Coronet in three sets of Alex Stillman, Our also moving on with a straight set win over Canadian Vastic possible. Still, Novak Djokovic find 10 grand for unsportsmanlike conduct. The U. S open today, where he was defaulted for accidentally hitting a line judge in the throat. The bottom 62 cubs like the Cardinal's five, Nothing tops seven. The Mariners trail lead the Rangers eight to top one. The Raisin Nazer scoreless and the Royals and Indians are scoreless. The Marlins bounced the Braves in 10 5 for the Phillies ended the Mets in 10 98. Twins beat the Tigers 62 Santa got playoffs rely on tonight. The Islanders play the their first conference final in 27 years when they face off against the Lightning in Game one of the East Finals, and Edmondson Two games on the MBA playoff schedule tonight, starting with the Celtics tipping off against the Raptors in Game five of their semifinal Serious, which is even at two games apiece that came just about to get underway and from golf. Dustin Johnson won the Tour championship today to claim the FedEx Cup and it's $15 million prize. He closed with a at 21 under rather, three shots ahead of Justin Thomas and Xander Shop flight. I'm Erica Herskowitz. Make d a A part of your morning. New time. Same address 6 to 10 A.m. Eastern, right here on CBS Sports Radio. Follow CBS Sports Radio in the Twitterverse for breaking Sports news. Gold twitter dot com slash sports radio Introducing.
Serena Williams continues bid for 24th grand slam
"Serena Williams came back from a slow start to beat Sloane Stephens, 2662 and six to win the US Through opens third round. William's victory in Arthur Ashe Stadium allowed her to avoid what would have been her earliest accident. Flushing Meadows since she lost in the third round in our tournament debut, all the way back in 1998 Williams was 16 then and had yet to complete. Or rather win a Grand Slam title. She turns 39 3 weeks and is pursuing her 24th major championship in singles. Williams will face Maria Sicari of Greece in the final round.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"13 14 and 15 year old Rob People in the unit Block of York. Way on Liberty Parkway. Harold rode North Point Boulevard in ST Clair Lane. The trio arrested after they crashed into a concrete barrier on Cold Mill Road while fleeing police stolen property and a handgun found inside the vehicle. In Sports. US Open Tennis Top seeded Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite to win the fourth men's championship, cruised in his first round match up in Arthur Ashe Stadium last night with the three set win 16 year old Coco Golf knock out on Day one, her earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. Your Weather Channel forecast is next. Has your spouse or parent recently been admitted to a nursing home? Are you interested in protecting your family's financial assets? Bossed over legal to attend a free workshop entitled How to Protect Your Stuff in three Easy Steps. Stover Legal focuses on helping families with asset protection using the firm's Medicaid preplanning and crisis planning system. A state planning is something everyone should do. Don't wait to protect yourself. And the ones you love. Call Stover legal or visit them online to register for the free workshop held to protect your stuff in three easy steps, they offer virtual meetings. In addition to their convenient Alison and Waldorf office locations, call 42 91 plan. 14 to 91 plan or visit Stover legal dot com to register for the next free online workshop for 10 to 91 Plan or visit Stover legal dot com. Your exclusive wcbm Weather channel forecasts. We've got lots of clouds the next two days, but not a lot of rain. We'll see a better chance of getting wet by Thursday as the Cold front gets closer. Today We're cloudy with a few light rate showers and a warmer afternoon 80 to the high one or two showers tonight. Then tomorrow again still cloudy a few showers. It's even warmer 87 but scattered showers and storms of gusty winds with those storms Thursday. I'm meteorologist Terry Smith. From the Weather Channel for talk Radio. 6 80 wcbm 74 degrees right now in downtown Baltimore, Reporting a 12 06 on Michael Phillip l e 6 80 Wcbm news. Do you want a retirement income tax or tax free? Paul Rob Roy for solutions at 4 10 to 66 11 20. The Rush Limbaugh Show starts now.
Without a roaring crowd, Coco Gauff makes early exit at US Open
"Seeded Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite to win his fourth men's championship, cruised into his in his first round matchup at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a three set win last night 16 year old Coco Golf knocked out on day one, her earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. Top seeded Karolina Pliskova advanced in in straight straight straight sets. sets. sets. sets. Three Three Three Three Three times times times times times times Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking around around around around around around around around around longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer at at at at at at at at at Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, then then then then then then then then then she she she she she she she she she did did did did did did did did did a a a a a a a a a year year year year year year year year year ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. She She She She She She She She She also also also also also also also also also advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced into into into into into into into into into the the the the the the the the the second second second second second second second second second round.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Doesn't necessarily have any direct berry on how events should. I want to read out the words of very robots on on twitter vs with tonight, but. I've I. Fill. These words deserve to be read for anybody that that hasn't seen the money's on his on at night at Roberts ninety-six is not a catchy sorta catchy to handle matinees local, not The Adra tool became a real life. Greek, tragedy for Jovic he was the protagonist, he thought it was well intentioned, but his Hubris meant he lost touch with reality, and caused his downfall, and with Assad twenty twenty twist public health was risk. It was frankly indefensible. So is Matt to to put in the shade with his. Greek mythology references even without actually being present. I'm used to be in the. Room, and and now What's Your Feeling David? Where from here I know that's kind of an impossible questions it depends on developments is Simon says we got plays. In self-isolation so. I mean I think Simon is probably right. It probably goes quiet I hope it goes quiet because there are several people here with coronavirus and I hope that nothing bad happens to them from here and they get really really severe does which is possible. Somebody could get seriously ill somebody could die. That is what this virus has done to other people and some people from this event have had it I've got it right now, so let's hope it does go quiet. That's nothing else. Upsetting happens from here and but yeah I. mean this isn't like. A decision one might make about a C. or or or something that's unpopular within just players. This is this is embarrassed. This is leading newsdesks. Sports Desk Sips on radio for today. I heard you were on that Catherine and were they were covering. The story there and this is this is. Matters to everybody. The Corona virus is one of the two big stories of the day of the moment and. He is a massively well known figure who has just. Created more of it. So it is damaging to his reputation in that way, and and I think he his second statement with its apology would. It's acceptance of fault. And an contrition is what he needs to continue. and He needs to. Increase the amount he's doing that in the months to come when he does speak next time I think he has to. Change, his his approach to today with with people on on issues. Particularly leading on this now well. It's GONNA be. It's GonNa, be. Interesting. I. Don't I. Don't Reddish anything of what's to come in terms of in terms of that story. We wish we wish everybody well. That's that's currently affected. Just what we've just got you Simon, your impressions on Day One. Day One of if the battle the Brits, we've had a win friendy Murray. Let's go to be a good day. Yeah well I. It was like the football. The the the some of the players probably were feeling their way back to. Fill, match tightness, and that was was moderately. Happy with the fact that he be return well, but he was not really hitting the ground strokes expects of lost balanced, and you can see I'm kind of looking around leading backwards being set, but he's still am. Sixteen six to. Color the pick of the day I thought. He was probably. My favorite indoor tournament thing he was. Probably putting the right direction. He's GONNA play Murray scenario in a match the Murray says He. Doesn't expect to win, but then they've been. Took, each other down all the way talking John I should say all the way through the build up to this event, so It was nice. Season live. Tennis would have been even better finish before nine twenty whatever it was, but it was. A pleasant return! Quite interesting what he had to say Andy, Murray about playing with no crowns, wasn't it? He he talked about actually for the for the players, it kind of in enhancing the one on one Jew aspect of the sport, and actually the intensity for the for a player. Is actually almost in some ways heightened. You felt like there was atmosphere, because was nobody's tracks through the players Michel A. And, Donovan said as well when he beat some j Clarke, he felt like it was a pro match was national sense of it being a friendly or a practice set or anything? And The level Evans and players I've pretty good they were. Done I singles matches with close, but then then on the clock it. We would have struggled to get these press conference into the paper as Happy. I'm getting. I'm getting the impression. Some an episode possibly had more than one eye on the clock. We're on the brink of. I. Your Dave Dear. Impressions Yeah I actually really enjoyed it. We were chatting, Madison, Iowa on about how we couldn't understand why, but even with no crowd, it wasn't off putting. It had a sense of drama about two and I think it's because we were interested. The matchup particular because he's only marriage return and I do think it had almost like that crucible theatre world snooka championships fill that the silence in some ways added to the tension. And I did quite enjoy the fact that they were. They were able to be interviewed mid match in that that is an interesting concept. Some words better than others, but I think I think that there is potential there for that to be very interesting whether whether you would get agreement from players to do that. Big tournaments where stakes are high. I don't know, but it's certainly a way to fill some. Some of the silences, and to just get this immediate impact inputs into the match actually just on the subject of Maria I think it's a reason to celebrate wildly personally because he hasn't played for seven months and I. Think if we went back to early this year when he was pulling out of events when he called out of didn't play Australia and things like that I think we it was. It wasn't too far off in my mind where we were a year and a half ago into in terms of thinking, his career is going to end. I thought that was a real chance. That may well still be a look. This is only one match. But I think the fact he's got himself out on the court. He didn't look great today at all. As I agree with all the things Simon said, but it wasn't terribly either. He got through the match. I, wonder if just going back to the crowds thing I wonder if it's a factor that you play in court that. That doesn't have seating doesn't have empty. Something about seeing that empty. Seating is. You know what what could have been. It's actually. Enhanced by it being just looking like a sort of legislation. Down the right I mean. Yeah that's a good point. I mean what they ended up doing. I mean I think one of the interesting things with the US. Open is the fact that they've got the inverted Commerce Cincinnati Tournament the week before, and are they going to play all three weeks on the Arthur Ashe Stadium and as you say that. Cavernous Bowl Going to use the Arthur Ashe Stadium Is always like a troll having a stadium that big with no one in it. I mean there was one word Dan Evans used. A few weeks back when he talks about about the idea of the US Open going ahead under these circumstances, he said it's intriguing, and certainly that I mean it's just a me. He might have even used the word iconic. I'm not sure I agree with that I mean. There is an intrigue about it and just seeing who handles the situations the best. She think he's thinking. This is my big chance to win a slam. As eight doesn't give to heat soliders in whether there's an asterisk..
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Studios thanks Terry yeah boy we got a pretty nice afternoon in progress across the region considering what we had yesterday even this morning it's nice to get that sunshine back out across the region because that is the difference this time of year certainly hate were around sixty right now we won't go too much farther as we move on into tonight clear to partly cloudy and cool down into the lower forties lots of sunshine in the morning will give way to increasing clouds tomorrow afternoon but temperatures will be pleasant still below average in the upper sixties across the area more rain more cool air moves in Friday highs just in the fifties and it looks like we'll be in the fifties again come Saturday even with a lot of sunshine I do know Saturday morning there's at least a chance for a frost in the region okay outside right now it's nice out there some sunshine and sixty Walmart is out with a new delivery service called express delivery they will get items to a customer's home in less than two hours you'll be able to use express delivery for more than a hundred sixty thousand items including groceries everyday essentials toys and electronics express delivery will cost ten dollars in addition to the regular charge for delivery unless you're a member of the company's delivery unlimited subscription service Walmart says this month the service will expand to nearly one thousand stores and it should be available to nearly two thousand total stores in the following weeks if you're like in the Michael Jordan documentary last dance on ESPN you can now listen to music and podcasts related to the show on Spotify the four night World Cup is going back online epic games is all upcoming in person competitive Fortnite events have been canceled and move to the internet the first ever Fortnite World Cup took place last July at Arthur Ashe stadium in New York and as you remember sixteen year old Kyle book at your store one the main event tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio the federal tax filing deadline is now in July many people use online tax software to file their taxes but if your personal taxes are a.
The Future of Gaming
"For high school athletes. Getting scouted to play on a big league. Sports team is the dream they hope. Someday Day recruiters will be standing on the sidelines watching during practice or come to their games and sign them up for college teams or even sometimes professional ones. That happened a sixteen year old. Kyle gears door. He goes by the nickname Boga but the recruiting process was a bit different gears. Off wasn't out on a field field joe he was in his parents house in Pottstown Pennsylvania sitting in front of his computer playing the video game Gabe fortnight streaming his games almost daily for Amazon's twitch a website for gamers and. That's where a scout for an eastwards team called the sentinel saw in play. He signed a one year contract with the Sentinel's back in March and that paid off for gear store and the sentinels almost immediately. Yup Right here. This was in July at the Arthur. Ashe Stadium in flushing New York. That's the same stadium where tennis is players compete in the. US Open gear stuff. was there on the field for the first fortnight World Cup and it was a spectacle spread of players across the screen. There's your talk ten on the left side. The top players in the world sat on the field behind computer monitors side by side playing against each other in the virtual game which was is then projected onto multiple matrons for thousands of fans and stands bogus parents in the audience of course as well cheering him on and they weren't the only ones fortnight has about two hundred fifty million registered users and more than a million of them or streaming the World Cup Competition Jim Champion and the prize. Money was worth a lot. The three million dollars of that gears dorm took home about two point. Four million the sentinels got to keep the rest according to people familiar with the matter but even so boga and other eastport competitors like him are living. The teenage dream getting paid to play video games epic the company that makes fortnight. Isn't the only game in town. activision blizzard and take two interactive software have launched professional professional leagues around their games. Electronic Arts has a fee e World Cup a video game version of the soccer World Cup with thirty two players competing in multiple apple rounds until one country player comes out on top revenue from EA. Sports is expected to climb around twenty six percent this year to reach about one point. Two billion dollars hours while at the fast growing need it's still just a small part of the global video game. Industry is estimated to be worth one hundred fifty billion from the Wall Street Journal. This is the future of everything. I'm Qatari Yokum. This episode is part three of our highlights series where we bring you the best from the Wall Street. Journal's Tech Live Conference in Laguna Beach California for Three Days Wall Street Journal editors gathered alongside leaders in the tech community to discuss everything from the future of artificial intelligence to data privacy today. We're focusing on the future of games. Hi Jason Gay. And I'm a sports columnist for the Wall Wall Street Journal. I'm speaking Andrew Wilson the CEO of electronic arts electronic arts or EA as a global leader in the gaming world world especially in sports games. They're the ones who make madden NFL. Fica need for speed apex and of course the Sims the company has more than three hundred million registered players around the world and last year two thousand eighteen to posted a net revenue of five point. One five billion in dollars Andrew spoke to us about how e sports mobile gaming on social networks and mixed reality Games are changing the way people play and also also starts on the industry overall. I want to ask you right at the top. What you were excited about right now like what is happening in your trade? It might be something you are doing but it might be something somebody else's do what is getting you excited right now in gaming if you think about how cloud is going to change the consume everything right so we watch more TV and more music and we listen to music and AL belief is that we're actually started out a blue the lines between real and virtual with the cloud. So you get to place where you get up in the morning and every activity you perform through the day has has some kind of payoff out of a game. You might run to work. It means you have more energy and fee for. You might have a dozen eggs in the fridge. Which means you're sims a fed? You might drive fast. So you'll need speed game is better. You may interact with a whole Gotcha people so you have more power in. PG So this blurring of the lines between the real and the virtual kind of moving getting from a discrete experienced went industry experience. So are there applications locations for businesses to actually game by the workplace people showing up for the nine thirty meeting on time. I think that's happening already. We see that in schooling to where we use game fixations a lot of schooling education is becoming more compelling for a new generation so inevitably it happens in our workplace. That's for sure. Do you think that people can burn out on it or do you think that that is something that will stay the idea that people want that kind of competitive metabolism where they gamified experience social interaction and competition competition at two of the most powerful motives of human behavior that positive so guilt obligation addiction causes as human beings. Do all kinds of things until such point in time is actually actually. This is just really bad and we kick the habit cold Turkey and then we tell all of our friends not to do it as well but social direction and competition the two things that we don't we don't get tired of it kind of drives us throughout our lives and so really the very core of gaming these to call positive motivators of human behavior and provided you do it right and you build over time and and you get the rewards and benefits of those two things that it's not something you boone out on. It's actually something that enriches and extends it enhances your life. What's an example of something that you've experimented with yourself that that you've been surprised? It's been a very sort of exciting satisfying gaming experience candy crush. Who would've thought like doing this and doing this? I mean here. We are five five you six years later and we're still doing it. Yeah Yeah it's a good segue to the next question. which is that? I think of gaming as a business where every now and again there are true phenomenon that just crossed the culture. And what is it like. And you've had some of them. What's that like to have a game? That isn't just a business success but just sort of vaults into the cultural conversation station I think every day you up to build entertainment. You hope is that you're going to detain you. Know tens or hundreds of millions of people I mean as as the providers and creative at a time and I think that's all of our objective when we get up in the morning every now and then it actually happens and all kinds of good things come from that no kinds of challenges come from that. We had a game earlier this year. Old Apex Legends. We brought fifty million people into that game in a month. And that's that's a wonderful thing. I mean that's mind blowing and we we're running around the office cheering. How compelling this game and then all of a sudden you discover there are all kinds of negative manifestations of of that kind of broad appeal cheetahs in in the spice and you get people trying to counterfeit currency in spice and you get bullies in the spice? And then all of these kind of negative manifestations of human behavior that we see in the real world quite frankly also manifest that skyline a will that has this many eight people interacting with it and so there's a whole nother victor of work that we have to do to keep that that experience fun and safe and enjoyable for the people who play. How do you see around corners to predict predict and anticipate? What kinds of Shenanigans might happen at a game or been doing it alone time here? We spent a lot of time thinking about if we were bad bad people. What would we try? And do we go out and hire some bad people to see an awesome. What would they do that works? And then the other thing is is we've written a whole program. Set that that really looks at by human behavior over. Tom's human compensation over time and we're getting better and better through machine learning at predicting where positive energy cartoons on itunes negative or
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The Rockies and the to from Lampert. well I have all my gender field it's. it is legal. over the years is Charlie Steiner on Dodgers radio Peterson home again his team went deep seven times total in a sixteen nine decision over the Rockies in the afternoon the cardinal state hot three one over the giants that's ten wins in twelve tries for Saint Louis they stay three games ahead of the cubs atop the NL central over on a L. grass the Indians drop the white Sox eleven three but the twins beat the Tigers for three in the afternoon so Minnesota stays five and a half games clear atop the AL central Rafael Nadal four set win over marriage election the fourth round of the US open last night American Taylor Townsend lost in three sets to Canadian Bianca Andre SQ Roger Federer and Serena Williams play their quarterfinal tonight in Arthur Ashe stadium and the U. S. men play Turkey eight thirty eastern at scheme to at the FIBA World Cup in China guys all right thank you Andrew street that soul how did the raft go yes we were always attended one during the summer break. you will not end up I was stunned I end up with the number one overall selection tonight is the task of the moose fantasy football draft right six o'clock is it Palade commissioners clock yes six o'clock eastern time tonight right six o'clock eastern time tonight so did you go so it was awkward why was it all because you first and it really upsets me because I want to be first and then I so you want me to the second and then I do get second your body P. gas that bomb he got second that is a very good third only get thirty. so you got first place I got stuck when I see first place first his position okay so so it was a position selection show most that's what was that we did yes no I understand draft order and we had video I it was and we all close it was with great not video from the company now we call it back oldschool Trachsel bush league video whose bush league vydox we had so an off camera man who works the land of ten that's a whole other story of title football fans he was video yet and and if you want to look fabulous yeah what's that other look great I don't know what I can watch it at one of his work for people that didn't see the social about people yeah let's take a look. S. is first nope Marc.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And let me tell you something folks if you like theater you like musicals take it for me and especially if you like the temptations make sure you go and check out eight two proud because it is a grand slam home run all right using a baseball phrase just just terrific but the you know what US open is going on now and I was really you know proud to see something yesterday the unveiled a statue in front of Arthur Ashe stadium and of Althea Gibson for those of you who might not know Althea Gibson little younger what have you and out the gifts and passed away I think it was two thousand and three she was you know the first African what she is she was quite frankly a lot of people call her the Jackie Robinson of tennis yeah she broke the color barrier and will miss it I guess I'm looking here the ATA was the American tennis association and it was the equivalent of baseball's Negro leagues so yeah I well in nineteen fifty six she becomes the first African African American to win a grand slam which was at that time I think was called the French championships she then won Wimbledon the following year and the US well the wasn't US open that year it was called the U. S. national yeah she won both again in fifty eight athlete female athlete in the years she won eleven grand slam tournaments ugh ugh ugh ugh eleven grand slam titles yeah she also became a pro golfer really I don't know that she she became a pro golfer that's interesting but I just what kind of I could see that transition well she was an athlete yeah and I have she from Jersey but he I want you know what I don't know she was born in Jersey but I know she lived in Jersey but I will tell you this no she was born in South Carolina and when she died she was residing in east orange but I had the chance and the pleasure two golf with Althea Gibson wow I I'll be back in a day for so they used to have tournaments all the time and they used to have media days for different events you could almost golf every Monday for eight weeks twelve week like a program type no no well I played Enola but you can golf because they used to have media days like every Monday okay every Monday so at this one of then I forget what the event was I remember where was it was the upper Montclair Country Club on route three and in Jersey and I show up and I got there you know I was working so I got there just in time and the guy says to me list a right I see you equip the spitefully but Russ you know what one of the spots were filled so well I hope you don't mind you going to have to play with Althea it gives you gonna have to slow so I did like a double pay are you nuts the a gift set you know was a younger person PR person I see and I spent eighteen holes with her she had an aide with their I guess like a PR person what a trip you know I nice lady and you can tell this was this was an athlete is much is any athlete that high it ever come across when like a competitive centuries competitor just the way she carried herself Kelly this self dignified focused it'll light like an athlete you know she was getting up there this was I'm trying to think this had to be like let's say I started a channel nine in October eighty eight this had to be like eighty nine or ninety okay okay that's what I was born but she I'll mention is that the I got drawn but the one thing that I remembered we were riding around in a golf cart and she was the smoking she was smoking cigarettes okay and she would take a drag off a cigarette in a high you excel yeah yeah yeah yeah blow the this smoke free an old man like I gotta say this is walking off ladies here's what one tough cookie brain right now yeah like in our time yeah a real Dame a real broad and that you know broads no real boys know that that is the highest compliment absolutely and then she was great put just and I'll tell you what she could still get the ball I'm sure I mean well golly you know a lot of older people do golf yeah but but I mean you don't I'm not talk I mean I'm talking about it was a lady in a seventy yeah and she was still hidden like an athlete okay you know and that's and that she tried to come back in his sixties with to get a pro card wow yet she she did make it but it you know it's just long over due yes they've honored a lot of great people author rash of Lee Jeanne king yeah I've always I've met two people that I felt in my life you know when you talk to them you know you just talking to somebody and you saying to yourself these people are a cut above there are better than me two people one was Wellington Mara the late great patriarch of the giants and the other one was off the ash just just just different people you know they cared about people in general just just different people so I I got it now I yeah that's exactly right they got it they knew what was important they had great success in life but they knew what was important and it sounds like they had a clear conscience and knew what they were you know put in a position to do it a lot that's why I always say about you that means you have an old soul and that's a good thing but you're right they had a clear conscience they knew what was important and but I'll tell you just what you know I I haven't spent a lot of time thinking about all see Gibson but when I read that a statue was being unveiled at this US open in front of author as stadium how appropriate is for it to be unveiled in front of Arthur Ashe stadium just just a nice nice situation yeah and and it made me think about it because how many people get to say I played golf with that fee I played around the golf at the upper Montclair Country Club with Althea Gibson not many and you're lucky to be one of them Angelo Bucks in of Britain she's eighty six years old who won the nineteen fifty six French Open yeah and Wimbledon double championships he said it's about bloody time they did it they have put her up there yeah so and she was a boxing was also Jewish as so she kind of alluded to have she had a you know break a barrier to and coming up those dates and in fact now that you say it I remember the name I think I saw her talk on some documentary about Althea Gibson I wouldn't doubt it I mean she sounds like you know just as as stand up of a woman as is I'll be a good Gibson us yet no really like I say do you see a statue being on hold of for me to be able to say I play golf with that person number one it's an honor and until thanks to people like mac not that many telling me he was born that year I like all that far thank you very much young yes that is me yes that is me so by the speaking of young and old how bout Eddie Murphy now making a return to Saturday Night Live I think he's going to be making his return at some point in December he's all that should be interesting yeah you know he apparently not a panel he hasn't been on since nineteen eighty four and then he got up I think it was eight you get pissed off about something that sets Meyer cracked a joke or something I heard a sound bite of it had cracked a joke I I listen Eddie Murphy as made a ton of money with a lot of good movies but I guess he had a couple of bombs and well you do you go along yeah you go along yeah yeah yeah I'm gonna get you gonna drop a few bombs even bigger struck out a few times on the way S. but so does every other home run hitter but having said that he is Seth Meyers said something to the effect of well this was a joke he made at him Eddie Murphy's expense yeah heard something about catch a falling star you know falling star being the operative words right and I don't think Eddie Murphy had appreciated it too much so he stayed away from SNL but man was he funny was he a funny guy yeah I I just another me correct myself I should say was a funny guy is a funny guy I used to love him yet remember Mister Robinson's namely Abbas rob is that the the the James brown's celebrity hot tub all around Mister Mister Robinson's neighborhood the doorbell rings the doorbell rings all that blows P. the mailman what my welfare check this fifth we were allowed to watch him he is a member of the of the not for for getting old Eddie Murphy was in the first R. rated movie that I got to see which was my thirteenth birthday my dad decided it was a good idea to take me in three of my friends to go see Beverly hills cop oh great yeah and when my mother is that that that that that was a thrill me and three friends piled office of it will top we got Chinese food that was a great birthday well my mother found out where it went I think my father had to spend three nights in the couch Jeff that even cares like that that's what they want to see the Eddie Murphy was anywhere if he was not I keep saying was aged got acrylic VS not was he was I should say he was terrific on Saturday Night Live he still terrific and I'm I for one will make sure tuning in in December to see Eddie Murphy and my kids no M. as daki from Shrek contracts let in the no no you had to be there in a day when he when he was a Mister Robbins and like all the other yeah they're they're ten fall like this gets yet so you'll see one day all right well moving from Eddie Murphy 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"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The most iconic women's tennis players of our generation maybe even the most iconic tennis player ever men or women money that Arthur Ashe stadium in the first round of the final major of the season Serena Williams was back on the court the same court where the last time she played on it there was an epic meltdown on the grandest stage in the women's final back to the local agency we see that's a point penalty that was last September Jenner empire Carlos Ramose issue three via violations to Serena Williams including a game penalty it was just a debacle and even in the end when they Osaka picked up in a one to win the championship the crowd booed and Serena Williams had to step in and say just stop it well here we are fifty weeks later Serena Williams was back in around one she was set to face Maria Sharapova a career grand slam champ for self who has fallen fast because he's dealt with injuries it's Sharapova and Serena Williams it's a final worthy match in name only then this wouldn't take long the United minutes that's it six one six one Serena's nineteenth consecutive win over Maria Sharapova in the eighth seeded player on the women's side of the draw for the US open final is out of the second round after her domination Serena Williams spoke of the S. P. ends with Renee stops while Serena first of all relations what it means to you to come out of this court you know how much these fans love you what's it like for you to be back out here once again tonight thank you guys so much fans here but I think you guys really really did it tonight I I do you don't understand how much it means to me from the bottom of my heart thank you so much the drool comes in your type of person that doesn't like to know the draw too early before the tournament I learned that lesson once but when you were told that you played Maria Sharapova first what you think I mean obviously I'm going against a player that's one five grand slams in the final even more so that's never easy so it's like you know every practice after that was super intense and super focus because you know it's it's an incredibly tough draw what is it about Maria I mean this is a number of times I believe nineteen are right at your feet Maria what is it about her that brings out the absolute best in years you know like I said she's when you play or you have to be super focus toilets on my come up against I just bring out some my best tennis controlling the match so well when the first Sir comfortably Iraq come to play in the second and also know couple of break points particularly to one and you get that fantastic backhand down the.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"He's also a good dude and a former colleague of mine and someone that i miss working with hello riley welcome to split screen <hes> hag manny heartwarming riley intro welcome but <hes> one of the best things about doing these these segments mensah last few weeks has been. I get to see all my former colleagues if only for brief conversation on the show so that's kind of nice let's get into it. You recently attended the fortnight world cup. You wrote a fantastic article from the <hes> from the ground level from the scene and <hes> yeah it was a really fascinating look at the whole event. I thought <hes> could you maybe take listeners through the four night world cup and and i don't know just to sort of recap that article a little bit for anyone isn't ready yet. Yeah <hes> <hes> the fernwood. The cup was in queens new york the arthur ashe tennis stadium. I actually the day before it was stuck at laguardia. Which is the airport in queens and it took me three hours to get out of the airport and i was like should i live in queens. I had to come back in the morning. I was literally like maybe i'll just get a hotel here. It's a nice place to live on. That's that's the where stream and it was cool. There was a fan festival outside and then there was the <hes> friday was the creative world finals and the an celebrity ready parameters saturday was the duo's finals sunday was the solos finals <hes> and it it was i was prepared. I think when we think about kids loving loving for night and given the hype that epic had made about the event. I thought it was going to be a mob scene but it was actually really sweet and uh not chill but reasonable. Maybe and reasonable is all you can go for the acoustics in the actual event were horrible. <unk> actually was just talking to an architect friend and he was telling me why the arthur ashe stadium acoustics are so bad because it gets the ceiling is too low. He liked nerd out about this. I just wanted to talk to him beaufort fortinet because his kid plays for at night but he was like no. Here's all these fascinating facts this is this is a tangent that i'm not going to go down but my recent obsession in the last year has been restaurant acoustics and russian goes you have terrible acoustics and become fascinated by this one to do. I don't know go report a freelance story for someone about this or something because it's very interesting. Stadium acoustics are super interesting interesting sort of couse six or fascinating and i know what you're talking about. There's so many times you see something and you just can't hear anything and you're like. Why is this happening problem with e. Sports i know this is i think riley first big covering in east sports stadium event. We talked about it a bunch for you went because i've done a few of these and it's always super hard to hear the game the the commentators anything else that's being might it's a real audio challenge in these events to be able to broadcast something where you need to be able to hear clear speech is being said but for hundreds of people in a stadium it's a real nightmare and like the sport is kind of the eastward that whatever the game is difficult to watch so as as a result. It's sort of like you really need that commentary to be telling you what's going on without it. It's even like watching a basketball game if you couldn't under there is no announced her two best game..
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Kyle gear store known in fortnight circles as Buddha for his singles win in the first ever World Cup at the Arthur Ashe stadium in queens New York his prize three million dollars overall the competition be about thirty million dollars in prize money the sixteen year old Pennsylvania resident playing with the sports team sentinels manage teams in other competitive games including the Los Angeles laddie Eighters for the overwatch league in New York take them fox news what's interesting about Boca is nobody was talking about it he came from no where that's what he sports is done that's what technologies with the internet it's what streaming is done yeah anybody can do anything out there man he just came from nowhere and just dominated big time and for tonight so here's my question there were twenty three thousand fans watching at Arthur Ashe stadium yeah this was bigger than Wimbledon that's where they put play the the U. S. open every year to huge stadium show so this was like the champion this was like the Superbowl correct yeah that is a first World Championship okay show that's the World Championship throughout the year is there kind of is it that a job will Bogar who made it right up in there did he maybe he didn't like it right now will there be other fortnight events or video game advances or is there a tour of sorts yeah circuit yeah or how're rich done where he will have opportunities maybe out to win three million but you know million here million they're all he'll be he'll have some of the biggest sponsorship in in sporting history well it just imagine this was the first fortnight World Championship and the winner took home three million off the first she is gonna get bigger which is gonna get bigger yeah yeah yeah later right up in there six forty five and a check on traffic.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Three million dollars richer after being named to the first ever four night world champion the Pennsylvania eighteen reading over forty million competitors from around the world to play a six game series on the World Cup stage in front of thousands of excited fans at the sold out Arthur Ashe stadium in New York winning the largest pay out in the sport's history yeah now there was of I think Jonah had a sixty million dollar payout but some of that was crowd funded they and thirty million dollars in there as well but the crowd funded some other stuff but this is massive two of fifteen year old a forty year old I think one the the the duo competition and the guy that came in second this is also where is the guy who came in second was twenty four years old and he's like I'm just happy to be doing this for for the older generation he was like one point two million dollars or something for the older generation he's twenty four years old good money if you can get it three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad that's it shows where you can tweet at us me tell you something I love that traveled have my ray comes with me amazing they're incredible you don't know what they are their ear buds everybody's looking for you about some cool reg one thing I noticed when you when you get here but you start looking around to see what other people have right like people want the Bluetooth enabled they want a little your but specially to work out stuff the little stands in the little dangling you know even though they don't you know they're not totally connected your phone what your your device it's still it's still annoying not with these men these things just just just click right in your ears and away you go recon is amazing it really easy even these are incredible rages put this together with several other celebrities like people understand like Snoop Dogg and brandy what I to get it and these or incredible best feeling bass sound and the price you get a lot of half the price of what you can pay for all.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That is the grand prize of the fortnight World Cup was held at Arthur Ashe stadium in New York so Mister Kyle here he he's been doing fine and so is a big game epic epic games which developed at the battle royale for tonight's game it is the most popular video game in the world more than two hundred fifty million registered players the thing is it's free to play what you do is you make in game purchases and those purchases earned epic games about two point four billion dollars last year well how much Kyle spent on purchases that's a very good to deduct from the three million maybe it's not so much money after all it's great I bought a million dollars in skins yeah yeah right okay all right why is Heineken losing money because the packaging costs too much the beer cans the aluminum that's what we're hearing from them anyway they're the world's second largest bird behind AB InBev they're reporting the weakest first half earnings growth in at least six years even as total sales growth beat forecasts they're saying the profit was really hit by higher raw material costs especially the aluminum used in cans I thought aluminum here was costing more well I guess they cannot hear right thank they can yeah some of it's on here due to tariffs yes we've been more for aluminum yes I keep thinking of them over there well what drinking out of a bottle general never thing you always think of Honaker C. honey can intense though now I think of the wall you really don't yeah now I green cans green bottle green cans is caused if we're the first world problem answering all right you guys are a little bit higher S. and P. of one point nasdaq up six from the Bloomberg news room hi Patrice Sikora on newsradio seven hundred WLW.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Great food good sports kids with disabilities act which was signed into law on this week in nineteen ninety there's a form on Google site for people who qualify in their care givers finals of the fortnight World Cup or taking place this weekend Arthur Ashe stadium in New York players from all over the world the flow of the Big Apple and will compete for over a thirty million dollar prize pool millions are expected to stream the event online game maker at the games says two hundred fifty million people play for night worldwide tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio discover something new I heart so we did the prescriptions come from and how do I doctors determined what a person so like most innovations the story is way more complicated than some really smart dude came up with that it changed everything in reality the journey to optometry was a long line and many different philosophers physicians and inventors contributed to our understanding of vision and optics so for example Benjamin Franklin famously invented bifocal lenses for spectacles in seventeen eighty four a decade later or so John Dalton first described the condition of color blindness as I mentioned earlier in this episode Thomas young mapped out the normal human visual field in eighteen oh one there was a physician and inventor named Hermann von Helmholtz which might be the best name ever who invented the ophthalmoscope in eighteen fifty one now that's an instrument that gives the position the ability to see into the interior of a living a lie without you know having the cut into it so this would be the instrument that shines a light in your eye when the eye doctors taking a look to make sure that everything looks good the use of that was what allowed doctors to slowly catalog what a healthy human I should look like and what the various signs of diseases or conditions that can affect the eyes looks like so it helped catalog all of that stuff because now they had a two or they can actually see it and living people hell molds did not stop there in eighteen fifty six he published an enormous work in three volumes the English title for his work is handbook of physiological optics six years later in eighteen sixty two there was a fellow named Herman Mellon who created a series of tests to help determine a person's visual acuity including an eye chart pricing examples of the kind of eye chart he created now to be clear unintended many physicians were using I charts at that point but now lends became a standardized approach which had a benefit of working across regions and making it easier to determine what type and strength of lands a patient would need in order to correct their vision and this is kind of where we get to the concept of twenty twenty vision if you have twenty twenty vision it means you can see the same detail at a distance of twenty feet or six meters as someone who has what we consider to be normal vision it also can be called six six vision for meters now if you had twenty forty vision it would mean that when you stand twenty feet away from an eye chart that I chart would look to you as if it were forty feet away for someone with normal vision in other words you would see the same amount of clarity that a person with normal vision would see it forty feet but you would be twenty feet away so you would see things less clearly than the average person if you had vision that was at twenty four hundred that mean your visions parade the bad that you would see a chart at twenty feet away with the same amount of clarity as a normal person looking at that same chart but their four hundred feet away C. C. L. that scale quickly changes things you can have better the normal vision of course if you have twenty ten version it means that you can see the same level of detail at twenty feet that someone with normal vision would be able to make out from ten feet away so they would have to be twice as close to the chart to see the same level of detail that you see so that would mean you have a more sheen eyesight than the average person I technically had that shortly after I had laser eye surgery my vision was somewhere around twenty fifteen to twenty twelve meaning that I could see better than the average person for these sort of I. charts but don't get too excited about it for one I site does tend to deteriorate over time so you're not guaranteed to have that amazing I cite the rest of your life my eye sight slowly deteriorates even after I've had the laser surgery also their animals that visual acuity that are closer to like twenty three so let's not get too excited by this visual acuity is just one element of vision by the way there are other considerations such as peripheral awareness or eye coordination or depth perception color vision and the ability to focus on points near or far from your eyes but the odds are definitely helped move things toward a standard in eighteen sixty four FC Donners who actually worked with Alan the guy who created the I. charts published anomalies of accommodation and refraction of the ice so in that work he laid out the principles that would become the basis for prescriptions let's take a quick moment to talk about the form prescriptions take and what that actually means now full prescription one that someone with that you know I site where they might need bifocals typically has four parts to it and I'm gonna use a hypothetical prescription in order to give an example so let's say that you've got a shorthand prescription written out for you and it reads like this two point two five minus one point five zero times one twenty seven plus two point zero zero now that is not a math problem those pluses and minuses give you indications for the power of the various lenses so let's take this piece by piece that first number two point two five that represents the bass strings or spherical strength and type of lens all lenses correct for myopia or hyperopia so near sightedness and far sightedness in our example the two point two five gives us this information it's two point two five diopters remember the units that tell us how much the lens bends light and because it lacks a negative sign it means it's a plus type of lens which means this is a prescription that is meant to correct for hyperopia or far sightedness the next number minus one point five zero refers to a cylindrical lands these lenses would look kind of like a a pipe cut lengthwise and they fit within the overall glasses or contact lens and they correct for astigmatism and the axis of the lens matches the abnormality of the cornea so that minus one point five zero tells us it's a minus lens at one point five diopters actually it's not quite that simple but I'll get to that in a little bit the third number one twenty seven is the orientation of that cylindrical lends it tells us the cylindrical lands is oriented at a hundred twenty seven degrees the fourth number two point zero zero is a bifocal segment at plus to diopters and it's always going to be positive for bifocals if you don't need bifocals you wouldn't have a number like this trailing at the end of your prescription what's more you might see the letters O. D. or S. on the prescription so what the heck did those mean well D. means oculus dexter and OS is oculus sinister that is Latin for right hi and left die so dexter and sinister mean right and left so if you happen to be lefthanded like me your of a sinister persuasion insert evil laugh here away yeah prescriptions can become more complicated than the example I gave you I should add there are other factors that could be included in the account for things such as correction for I. alignment problems and other such issues also eyeglass prescriptions and contact lens prescriptions are not always the same thing contact lens prescriptions need additional information such as what the curve of the back surface of the contact lens should be that's the part that touches your eye it also includes stuff like the diameter of the lens and because I glasses are worn in front of the eyes at a distance of around twelve millimeters from your eye and contact lenses are worn on the eyes the power of the prescription tends to be different to produce the ideal result in nineteen eighty the Federal Trade Commission ruled that all I doctors both optometrists an ophthalmologist must provide a copy of a patient's prescription upon the end of an eye exam that way the patient can choose the vendor here she prefers when buying the actual glasses now I'm wrapping up here there's a whole lot more I could talk about including the way you take lens blanks and grind them down in order to make the proper lens but that would almost require a second episode and before I sign off I think I should also explain what the differences between optometrist and ophthalmologist and also what our opticians so an ophthalmologist is a medical or osteopathic doctor someone who actually has a medical degree they have extensive training in medicine and they specialize in eye and vision care they have a license to practice medicine and surgery so they treat eye diseases and conditions they perform surgical procedures and they can also prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses they may also conduct research to gain further understanding in the eye disorders and diseases and there's some disagreement about whether or not an ophthalmologist or optometrist is the best person to go when you are trying to get glasses or contact lenses and the fights can get pretty nasty because they tend to involve ophthalmologist optometrist calling each other things so I'm not gonna get into that here but what is an optometrist well that's a healthcare professional but they are not a doctor not a medical doctor at any rate they must receive a doctor of optometry that's an O. D. degree but it's not a medical degree this is a four year degree from an optometry school and that's after they've conducted at least three years of college educations so they do all the doctorate but they are not a medical doctor their license to conduct I exams and prescribe glasses or contact lenses and they can also generally prescribed medications for certain types of eye diseases and then you have opticians now these our technicians that are trained to designed to verify and to fit eyeglass lenses and frames as well as contact lenses they do not make prescriptions themselves so they cannot prescribe the glasses but they can take a prescription and make the glasses or contact lenses or fit them to you they're allowed to do that they're not licensed to diagnose or treat eye diseases or disorders and there's also another we're difference between optometrist and ophthalmologist that discovered as I was researching this episode and that's how they write out prescriptions that second number I referenced that's the difference so remember our hypothetical prescription was two point two five minus one point five times one twenty seven plus two point zero zero well that minus one point five zero doesn't just tell us the lens power of the cylindrical lands that was meant to correct an astigmatism it also tells us that the person conducting that hypothetical eye exam had to be an optometrist because it was a negative value if it read one point five zero instead of minus one point five zero the actual a fact in the Finnish glasses would be exactly the same it would just mean that an ophthalmologist had written the prescription optometrist always have a negative value for cylindrical lands an ophthalmologist always have a positive value now this does change the value for that axis figure as well so there is also a slight other difference between an optometrist and ophthalmologist prescription but it really boils down to the fact that I'm Tom interest use negative cylindrical lands designation an ophthalmologist use positive cylindrical lens designation even though they both do the exact same thing so wacky right I learned something new today well guys that wraps up this overview of wear contact lenses came from and how we all got to the point of staring at these charts and also answering the immortal question better like this or better like this eight or be one or to man I'm so glad I don't have to do that anymore laser eye surgery rules if you guys have suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff please let me know you can write me my email address for the show is tax stuff at howstuffworks dot com or you can drop me a line on Facebook or Twitter the handle of both of those is tax stuff H. as W. follow our Instagram account you never know what crystals going to share we get to see a lot of cool behind the scenes stuff on that account so make sure you follow that and as always make sure you join me one of these days for a live recording I record on Wednesdays and Fridays and you can go to twitch dot TV slash tech stuff you'll see the schedule there.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"I'm Tyler Mathisen live from Nasdaq market site in Times Square Fast S. money back after this quick break brought to you by fidelity where decisions are clear and costs are lower than ever learn more about our industry leading value and opening account today at fidelity dot com slash trading fidelity brokerage services l._l._C. member N._y._S._e.. S._I._P._C. and welcome back to fast asked money thirty million dollars is what's on the line at the first ever fortnight World Cup that is underway at Arthur Ashe stadium in Queens New York our very own. Tim Seymour squatted up with some of the top players to see what it takes to be a world class competitor. Winter you guys can make something happen with a rookie Stewart all right. I think we have to do this from square one I hate to you know this is GonNa be probably tedious for you guys. They look straight down hold on. How do I look to find the Broadway? Oh God snipers. How do I hit the deck? He got that show you encompassing. Why do I thrive on positive reinforcement negative so do I shoot somebody get shot so the film shooter self inflicted wounds? Why am I not dancing talking about Dan Victory Never Played Abitur wearing spanks Avatar age way to represent hit the world but these kids are unbelievable and to say that I was a laughing stock? I'm sure that when I left the room it was comedy but it was comedy. There's very impressive what's it's going on and and and the idea of video sports as a spectator sport was unthinkable to me a decade ago but there's a lot of money in it now well first of all thirty Million Dollar Prize Pool Those Three Guys Biz SAF eight and they're the best players in the world world. Ghost gaming is the best team in the world and fourth night is a global sport thing about the World Cup and we're starting to hear about <hes> essentially the substitution effect or the you know the client in watching traditional sports because of this the interactivity of battle Roy how games this isn't going away feels like you know. I don't know if it's peak fortnight but you do see game. Revenues are declining and maybe it's because they need a new rendition or new addition. That's usually happens in the life cycle of each game but you starting to see revenues. Did you starting to see the twitch viewers dip so that's happening apex legends and it's happening in Fort and a thirteen year old son and his posse were all about fourteen year a year or so ago. It's a little bit down. There's time for let's we're going to go to our final trade in our go around the horn. Oh it's so early here I WANNA do E._A.. Let quick vote on February you know with apex logics announced those new numbers. The stock went from eighty to almost one ten in a straight line over the coming weeks. <hes> you know it's back down towards levels that people didn't expect at the apex had that run so to me. It's kind of disappointing. You may be seeing what Steve saying like. There's a little fatigue at least on that side it was about E._A.. Is Up thirty percent year to date and take two has been the performance up ninety percent year to date so so you have a bunch of these games here that sort of our at peak and the biggest one is activision blizzard where that one's onto performance only up three percent but you have a new call of duty modern warfare coming out in October. Sometimes you see that Ram. You sound like you're game because my sweatshirt traits Tim. Let's look I'm GonNa Watch over to McDonald's and continue to play kiosks there. That's the game I'm playing right now. Mickey D's stay in that trait. No reason get out Jeff. Take a look at the M._l._p.. Space Enterprise Product partners the name here. If you look at equities right now all the yield plays have embiid up M._l._p.'s still yield over six percent fundamentals are looking a lot better in your finally starting to see institutions. Come back into the sector so we like it here. Dan Yeah Stay tuned tuned apple will tell you the plate Nikolai. Mr Grasso Microsoft broke out of that resistance level above one forty to keep it on a short leash fun being with you guys. Thank you shop. It's hard to get you out of your shy crass money. Don't go anywhere options. Action is up.
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We have got a stupendous Friday show for you. Sit back and enjoy next three hours. It's going to be awesome. Getting set for the entire sports weekend week, two of the NFL season week three, I guess of the college football season. We've got Chris valor and Mike Tariq o on the show if this was jeopardy. And the answer the question was, who is Mike to record? I guess what? No, the answer would be answered Mike Tariq. Oh, and and Chris, Fowler question is a form of the answers who are two people were at my wedding. Oh. To be kitchen. I love these guys. Yeah. Now they actually have. We have been in my kitchen. I love these guys Fowler's calling TCU Ohio State Saturday night. Chris, as you know, is also the voice of tennis on ESPN. He was right there at Arthur Ashe stadium for the Serena Williams meltdown. The Carlos romo's umpire moment the angel Hernandez, Joey, Crawford of tennis. So lots to talk about with him. Mike Tariq OB in the chair host chair for football night in America. Cowboys giants. What a huge week, two game a huge week. Two game loser is Owen to and for Dallas. They'd be, oh, into in conference on one in division giants lost Jacksonville at home, which as we might find out a little bit more on Sunday between the patriots and Jaguars. That that might not be anything to be disappointed in Jacksonville may wind up as one of the top teams in the NFL this year. They were one of the final four last year, very stout win for them last week giants. Now, trying to rebound in Dallas on Sunday night football. We'll talk about it with Mike Tariq. Oh, it all started last night, Thursday night, football. With. FOX, having a game. It was the first time I was not involved in a Thursday night football broadcast in. Well, I think maybe, you know, I've missed some just for personal reasons, but just this year I'm gonna be here Los Angeles-based individual. This might have been the first Thursday night football broadcast where I wasn't even part of the team at all. It was weird not seeing you out since its inception in a way and for the radio audience. I'm now raising my hand Mike del tufo style, raising my hand, Mike del tufo style because last night was the highest scoring first half and Thursday night football history combined forty two points. It's not you. It's me. I invented. It's not you. It's me for Thursday night football. It's not you. It's me, so I'm not there and it's lit up like a pinball machine last year. I was there in Cincinnati, first-half, Cincinnati versus Houston. And man it was it would. I would have out of out of given whatever I could within reason for I now. It was incredible. Last night, Andy, Dalton came out last night and was winging it around. Good one. Nothing shots to AJ green three in a row, the Dalton degreen connection, Dalton to Taj Boyd connection. Joe mixing is we were talking about yesterday, you're on the show, I think, is the weeks go on. They're going to run this offense through him. And geo. Bernard is a very good third down back, but mix and when when I guess towards the end of the game was cramping, was he something just wasn't in the game and when he was coming out, it's just a different different offense without him. He he's really a physical beast back there. And so- Dalton and the Bengals came out and really laid it on the Baltimore Ravens, but then pulled a certain usual Bengals like. Trick in turning it into a game. You were all excited that flacco wasn't looking too good because you you. We had this whole conversation about flacco v. Dak yesterday who'd you take right now? I was more excited that my bangles pick. Well, no, you chose the Bengals to win the AFC north? Yeah, staying right up there for during sneaky. Good games, one week ago this day. Prior to the colts in the Bengals you call that there to an all right now. Good. Yeah. And. And they're not just to an old there to know having scored thirty four more points in each of the first two games which they've never done is a franchise..
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"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"The please radio network, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Pat unleashed. Here's a frightening story for you. Global warming is so bad. It's so catastrophic. Now. What that it is actually controlling certain sporting events. So what I'm not talking about just because it's there's a storm. The sporting event is cancelled. I'm talking about the outcome of who wins or who loses in a sport, like tennis, let's say, okay, for instance, Roger Federer one of the world's greatest players, maybe one of the greatest of all time. He. He just lost at the US open to somebody who wasn't ranked in the top fifty in the world. It's never happened before. Why did it happen this time, global warming really change what in the world now now I'm now I care. Yeah. Well, I mean, this is how catastrophic and how unbelievable it's become Federer who is ranked number two in the world seem to struggle all night in New York in the heat and humidity at Arthur Ashe stadium, losing in a fourth round upset, which is the quarterfinals to John millman somebody you've never heard of why because he's ranked only fifty fifth in the world what a loser. So here's what Federer had to say after the match it was hot. It was just one of those nights where I guess I felt I couldn't get air. There is no circulation at all global warming. He didn't say global warming. Did he. Well, let's see. No, this was the first time Federer lost to player outside the fifty to some the comments by Federer may sound like sour grapes, but they also underscore a growing problem, increasing nighttime temperatures. Okay. So he didn't necessarily say it was climate change, but the media is saying for him and media source. Would that be specifically the New York Times under climate change? Overall, temperatures are rising. Twenty eighteen is on track. To be the fourth warmest year on record. I love that because they normally say the warmest on record. It's always on track to be the warmest back on track on track. We're on track to be the warmest. They're actually only they can't even make that lice stick. So they're doing the fourth largest. Now, why would it only be the fourth warmest if this keeps getting worse and worse and worse, how is it not the hottest of all time. Thon track though to be fourth. So the warming isn't happening evenly. They say, summer nights have warmed at nearly twice the rate of summer days. Average overnight low temperatures in the US have increased one point, four degrees per century since eighteen ninety-five part of what happens. Right? Gone up one point four. It's unreal at two point. One degree, whatever. You know what I thought you were going to say. I so wish we're going to say this. It's not been warming evenly on federal side of the court. It's been warm and muggy. It science been a nice cool, breezy seventy two degrees while daytime, temperatures above ninety have been a persistent problem at this US open. It's summertime in New York. Gosh. Forcing officials to offer players, heat breaks, suspend junior matches conditions, Monday night. We're not much cooler temperatures hovered in the mid eighties with the humidity for much of the match above seventy percent. That's clear-cut climate change. Yep, level. I mean, Astra v. just costs. It's consent. Roger Federer. His match in the US open quarterfinals, hey, Pat give you heads up. I don't know. Maybe you can look and see win. This tournament wraps up while I read the weather forecast for the next several days. Today eighty nine for a high temperature, New York. Yeah, hot Thursday. Ninety three ninety. Three is really hot Friday seventy nine seventy nine Saturday seventy six with an overnight low of three Sunday seventy one..
US-Canada trade talks miss deadline as Trump courts Mexico
"Five adults who lived at a filthy compound with eleven starving children new. Towels New Mexico prosecutors say they will seek indictments for the death of a three year old boy. Whose body was found at that site the, US Canada have yet to reach a trade, deal to replace the North American Free trade agreement President Trump was in North. Carolina this afternoon defending his, use of tariffs against other countries Santa cough retread echo what fair trade
"arthur ashe stadium" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"What about night games in the lighting stadium, leading the challenges, anything that easier? It's easier now it used to be before digital. Nobody would shoot the night matches unless it was a huge match. You might have an Agassi Sampras match and used to. Well, of course, we're going to shoot that we don't care what the light is, you know, but even then, I mean, again, you've gotta shoot fast shutter speeds. You'd have to get. I mean, but the the standard was he would shoot Fuji press eight hundred push to stops and it looked not good. You know, like eight hundred speed film. And you know, but that's the best you can do now. I mean, the cameras are are so good and the lights are better. So that combination. I mean, I'm still kind of pushing the limited the camera, but I can go out there and shoot it ISO sixteen hundred. You know what the good camera like the defy and in get crisp images that look good on a glossy color page and the program and still get a decent shutter speed. The lights are better. What? What kind of lights are they? Are you dealing with color Castelo switching, tally diesel or anything, frankly, ever to imaging. I haven't heard anything about the the lightning changing. I will say that the the tricky thing with the light at Arthur Ashe stadium is that for some reason, you can't see it to the naked eye, but the corners are darker. So as a photographer, you see, because all of a sudden this photo looks half stop dark. But as a fan, I would be surprised if any fan noticed it. The question about the. I guess the editorial side of it when when you want to go and get a photo published, do they look for? Let's say Serena makes a great, you know, winning shot and but you have a great shot of her from earlier in the match. Do they care that that that you didn't get the winning shot? Because I know in other sports, you may have a great shot of somebody doing somebody from earlier in the game, but if it's not the, you know, the news worthy moment of it that photos not going to get published that played on tennis the same way. It depends on the client bit, depends on the media outlet, what they're they're looking for. Sports Illustrated might be very interested in that winning shot the the people I shoot for science on shoot a lot for the US TA in for the US Open program and does a book company. I do a lot of work for now world tennis magazine. Some websites they're more interested in having a pretty photo they wanna photo over the player looks good, especially the US open because this is the premier event, and this is the showcase of every. Thing they do. So they want the player to look good. And one of the interesting parts of that is they have to look fundamentally sound. So you know, you shoot a player like Venus Williams, who's incredibly athletic and make some shots that you can't believe, you know that should makes..
Serena Williams and the 2016 US Open
"Detour before serena made it to the final kaitlan thompson was in arthur ashe stadium that night and i've been too many many many matches on ashish and the difference between an average match at that stadium and a serena williams match is the weight of expectation when serena steps onto the course everybody not only expects her to win but they expect to be part of history at seven pm just that the sun was setting behind the manhattan skyline serena tossed the first ball in the air thrust directed toward and the match was all if the alone the first point which is a ring and ace but from there thank slow down for anybody who watches serena pretty regularly you know that she can take a while to sort of get into the match she can kind of his into tori asli slowstarter these in the case the price there she looked off she looked a little nervous she looked a little shaky serena's agent joe smaller was at the match that day she's been working with serena for two decades usually see our on tv and the players box she's part of the family i usually sit next to mom in between and sister and i just remember sitting in the front row in uh you know just feeling like you know she was struggling the whole match him and she was struggling home was pushed for sir what what are you six minutes of the first is the books six to jaylen thompson again and as geralina pushpa took the first set it seemed like serena was going to have to sort of redouble her efforts and come back to the court senate herself in sort of find the classic serena williams extra level and and this extra levels what salinas known for she's been called the comeback queen she's one two of her grand slam matches after dropping the first set to our opponent all this to say a firstset loss to push kebir didn't necessarily mean defeat for serena watching us reimagined psyche you're watching a car that sort of idling in the lower gears knowing that at any moment you can press the button and it's going to take off like a jet because it just has a fueltank said the other cars don't have watching serena that day was an exercise and impatience basically being impatient for her to to turn on that jet fuel serena serves were off with doublefault after doublefault she was dealing with a nagging knee injury but she implicit were were more or less neck and neck for the second set the game came down to a tiebreak it was serena surf now remember thinking in my seat sort of being like swirled around with this like chatter and kinda stale air in the stadium oh my gosh she's actually gonna lose this they serena serves fault she serves again doublefault double faults to the five with twenty six s sob habits in straight sets to serena goes much farther away at the press conference after the