17 Burst results for "Cameron Norrie"
"cameron norrie" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Hi, this is Billie Jean King. This is Marion Bartoli. I'm Matt Svillander. This is Mary Carrillo. This is Pam Shriver. This is Yannick Noah, and you're listening to the Tennis Podcast. Well, welcome back to Paris, everyone, and to Tennis Podcast Towers Paris, where you find myself, David, and Matt. And we've been doing very French things, David, haven't we? Yeah, I had bourguignon last night. We've been drinking wine. We've been watching a young French hope that I predicted would win Leon, and he's into the final. It's all happening. Yeah, it might be time to finalise what we call French players doing well in France. Mousquetaire. It is Mousquetaire. It has to be Mousquetaire. Well, we've been watching a Mousquetaire. I was ready to potentially start calling this a crowning for Artifice in Leon because he hadn't actually had to win too many matches to get through to the semi -finals. He had a default, and then he had a withdrawal. Suddenly he's in the semis, but I feel like he's earned his stripes in that semi -final because he quite literally had to win the match twice. Yeah, it's made up for his route through. like It was that match you and I played against one another at the Royal Albert Hall, David. 2014. Except it wasn't an umpire insisting that we continue playing. It was David himself. Did you fall on your back in celebration? No, and you know what? If you're going to do a cancelled celebration, Clay is the absolute worst surface to do that on because poor old Artifice had to play the remainder of the match, pick himself up, play a match tiebreak, deciding to set tiebreak with the physical evidence of his lost win all over his body. It was quite an extraordinary sight, wasn't it? And I don't know, not on its own, but moments like that could be the making of him. Yeah, could be. I mean, I think that sounds quite premature, but at the same time, it was a heck of a feat to do that. You're telling me I'm being premature about Artifice. We're recording this podcast late because you insisted on watching it. David was live streaming the match as we walked back from Erlong Arrows. We had to sort of help him across the road because he had his face in his phone watching tennis TV. It's normal behaviour. But I mean, I do think it's a great sign. I do agree with you. If you can play that well and literally celebrate on your back and endow winning French Open style and then be told, no, no, the ball was out, you're going to start again. And not the ball was out, you're replaying the point. Your ball was out, I'm giving the point to Brandon Nakashima and it's now back to Deuce. It's not much point anymore. I was hugely impressed that he picked himself up from that. I mean, me of now would not recover from that, let alone me aged 18, 18 or 19. To be fair, Catherine, you did recover from the replayed point in 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall and you did beat me. Yeah, quality of opposition is a factor there though, isn't it? It's a bit harsh. Actually, it's not. It's entirely accurate. I did roll one into the bottom of the net to hand you the victory. It was great. It was absolutely great. Look, so that's Artifice through to the final in Lyon where he will face Francisco Cirundolo who absolutely thrashed Cameron Norrie earlier on today. Norrie appeared not to be looking quite right physically so we'll see when he arrives in Paris what's going on with him. So that's the Lyon final. There's also tournaments going on in Geneva where Caspar Rude let me down. He's lost to Nicholas Jarry. Nicholas Jarry has backed that up. He's beaten Alexander Zverev. No way, really? 7663 and he now faces Grigor Dimitrov who apparently, and this blew my mind when David told me this, is playing his first final for over five years since Rotterdam 2018. What has Grigor Dimitrov been doing? I should add I haven't verified that. I have. You have? Yeah. So I was right all along. Oh good. As I said when David declared this stat, when we do Grigor Dimitrov relived during the next pandemic, Matt won't have to do any research because it's all in the old David Law mind palace, isn't it? It's 90s level knowledge. So that's the final that's set up in Geneva. I'm going through this now because I feel like the next time we record a podcast will be day one of Roland Garros and there'll be so much to mention. We'll tell you who won these various tournaments but I doubt we'll have opportunity to do much more than that. We have the tournament happening on the WTA event in Rabat, Morocco. The final there is Julia Grabher against Lucia Bronzetti. Bronzetti is the first round opponent of Onze -Jabur at Roland Garros. Interesting, I'm more on Onze -Jabur shortly because she was one of the players that came through media day today which would be the bulk of our discussion for this podcast. Julia Grabher I commentated on during the Australian Open earlier this year, losing to Annette Contervate and I wasn't impressed by her but I could see that she had a game that was purely designed to work on clay and nowhere else. She is coached by Gunther Breznik, of course formerly of Thomas Muster and Dominic Thiem and he crafts these incredible physical specimens and she sure is one of those. So Julia Grabher and Lucia Bronzetti in the Rabat final and in Strasbourg we have Alina Svitolina. Oh wow. Against Anna Blinkova in the final. What a story that is. And Alina Svitolina recently off maternity leave. We haven't seen her play since. I mean when did she come? She made her return in Charleston and I saw her in the French Open draw yesterday. I'm not sure she'd won a match before Strasbourg but she certainly made her return in Charleston. So that's an incredible story. She was a wild card. She beat Clara Burel in the semi -final and she'll play in the final tomorrow. So we'll... And Matt are you just verifying that stat that I just... No I was just looking up her French Open draw. Oh yeah. She's got Trevi Sam in the first round. Tricky. Definitely tricky. Who is more likely to win their first round? Gail Monfils or Alina Svitolina? Svitolina. I don't even know who Monfils is playing. But I
"cameron norrie" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"In the Middle East now and look at the other tournament that was taking place out there. We had the Doha ATP to 50 in Qatar. And yeah, interesting final because we had Daniel meve in his second final in a row going for a second title in a row. Up against Andy Murray, another former world number one. Andy Murray coming through in classic dramatic Murray fashion throughout the week. So many match points saved. Saving 8 match points, a couple of last set tie breaks. He is Andy Murray the most entertaining player on the ATP tour these days. I mean, he definitely was at the Australian open for me. And I just genuinely think he provides the most value for money, almost. I think he's the story of the season so far arguably. I mean, he had a wild card into Doha. Again, I wasn't really expecting a lot. Yes, we've seen him play some fantastic matches at the Australian open. And he was in that first week. He really was I think the story of the particularly on the men's side. The story of the tournament. But again, it's been impressive to see him bring that to Doha and just show just what a battler and how mentally strong he is whenever he's down all these match points. He can just bring out his best tennis and really, really challenge his opponent that it is not done until it is done and it was amazing for him to get through all the way to the final and although he came up a little bit short against Medvedev. To me it was a little bit understandable because I watched some of the I watched the final and there were times when I was just thinking, does Murray look a little bit leggy given how many hours he's put onto the court in this tournament, but also this season as well. Yeah, so in just to get to the final, you know, it was up again, so it was Murray Medvedev and it did end Medvedev straight sets 6 four 6 four over Murray, which I mean, Chris, do you think that was kind of an acceptable score line, I suppose? It's Murray, you know, kind of obviously had a long battle to get to the final, probably quite knackered up against Medvedev who is much younger and was on his own little streak. What did you make of Murray in the actual final was this kind of a reasonable result given the conditions and where he's at really in his part in his career now nowadays? Yeah, I think it's a really tricky matchup for him in terms of Medvedev is also someone who makes you beat him. Especially at the moment. And so I think in this one, it was always going to be an uphill battle to get that ball through the court. Murray's not necessarily known as being one of the biggest hitters but this week I do think he did hit the ball a lot harder than I've seen him, especially on some of the big points he was pretty fearless. So it was one where I could maybe see this going three, but I think kind of the key key thing for me was that if Medvedev was on, this would be a very difficult challenge, even if he hadn't had that much time on court previously. But so many positives though, I think, generally, although that was a 6 four 6 four loss, the only time he did get to only play two sets and unfortunately he was on the wrong side of that one. But you've got to feel for Judy Murray. I mean, I think she did a tweet saying, can't you just get it done in two? Because the amount of times you must have spent watching her son on court this year is something else, isn't it? He's paying everyone, I feel in British tennis, connected to people she sent us through the ringer at the moment, but yeah, great, great result. I think he has already pulled out of Dubai given just he doesn't want to kind of force it. And he's obviously aware of his limitations, but yeah, great week for Murray. Yeah, but also up quite a bit in the rankings to 52 in the world. So yeah, I mean, that's great stuff. And Medvedev also continuing his good form as the first player to get back to back titles this season on the ATP tour. We did also have another well, we had quite a few ATP tournaments last week. Let's go out to the golden swing. And another Britain the final. Another point in the final different result this time though, because we had a Brit win. So Cameron norrie playing out in the Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and was up against Carlos alcaraz top seed world number two in the final. Again, we did say that it was looked like it was going to be another outcross. Exactly. Yeah, golden swing next installment, alcaraz and nori show. Does that mean the Rio open was just like a bigger, a bigger draw, but just slightly more filler. Is that what we're taking from that? Yeah, basically, a couple more serendip in there maybe. More than two third brother of the cerron dolos. Yes. They're actually triplets. But they're not twins, are they? They're just brothers. Oh, I don't know anyway. Let's not get into the seren dolo family tree. But yeah, Cameron nori, he's a winner on the HB tour again. 5 7 6 four 7 5. He came back to win in three sets against Carlos alcaraz. Yeah, Joel, what did you make of the final what did you make of norrie actually being able to topple alcaraz? Because when I saw there in the final, together again, I just kind of assumed it was going to go the same way, but what was the deciding factor in him turning that match around? Do you think? Yeah, I think a lot of people were sort of expecting all same matchup, same result. I do wonder that Carlos alcaraz did look like he was suffering from a possible leg injury.
"cameron norrie" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Leg injury looked like a hamstring injury when he was 7 5 three love up in the match and at that point it took on an entirely different character and I don't know whether this makes me a total sadist weirdo, but I loved the match from that point on. Watching Carlos alcaraz with a heavily strapped thigh sort of really barely able to move around the cork shackled, shackled in his movement, but trying to end points in sort of four seconds or less. And Cameron norrie trying to cope with this completely bizarre tennis player down the other end of the court. I found it utterly compelling viewing. As much as I'm devastated about the fact that our cries is injured and he blooming well better get himself right in the next ten days Randy miles because I'm not interested in Carlos Ankara's having to spend more time in the sidelines within the match I found it fascinating. Yeah, I mean pulls the trigger as soon as he possibly can at the best of times, but you know, in the situation he was in, that was his only option and it was. It was just common comedy, really, to see every rally. And to see, Cameron norrie actually having a very unusual sort of meltdown in parts of that third set because he suddenly is supposed to win. And there's really not much you could do about some of the points because I don't care how big your lungs are and all the rest of it that we all talk about with camera nori's ability to run forever. You'd need, you'd need to be the roadrunner in order to catch up those balls that our crowds was hitting past him. And then the one forehand that aircraft hit on the run down the line which norrie was just absolutely convinced was out, and I think it was just total disbelief. In fist pump. You can not hit a forehand winner down the line from there. It is not possible. And he was so he was calling it out and he was pumping the air as you say, and then Carlos Bernard has just refused to be swayed by this tour and he came down. And I mean, when we saw the replay, it couldn't have landed more plum on the line. It wasn't outside edge, it wasn't a mark touching. It was there was no mark because it hit the line flush. And I'm quite sure norrie will be slightly embarrassed about that now when he watches it back. I understand it. I mean, you know, you're in the heat of the battle. You're just desperate and you're trying to get over the line. And I thought his, I thought his holding it together in the end to still win, showed a lot about him about his character, and in the post match interview when he said, you know, I'm I was dealing with a lot of demons out there because I lost to the guy last week, you know, I've lost a couple of finals. If you think back to the one he lost in Auckland at the start of the year, that really hurt him when he was beating Richard Gasquet. And he should win that, shouldn't he? And he didn't. And he said, I also found it quite interesting that he said, and this isn't really my surface, you know, clay, which I always think, is it pretty good surface for him, but he wasn't having that. And anyway, meant a lot to him. And it was great to watch, but it was great in the micro sense, Catherine, because you're right. This could be another massive blow to call us our crest for all. We know he could be out for weeks and months for all we know now and the guy has got to figure out a way to keep himself out on the tour. All the time or as much as possible because he's getting derailed a lot. And those weeks and months could be more than they would have been had he retired from the match. I mean, yeah, that's interesting. Very clear that there was absolutely no way he was going to retire from that match is appetite to play tennis. At the moment is so feverish that I think he is have to be knocked unconscious to be prepared to retire from a tennis match at the moment and I don't know maybe the physio told him you're not unlikely to do any further damage by playing, but I don't see how you can know that in that moment with what was clearly a significant injury. He had some he immediately had very heavy strapping, put on that hamstring and I get how hungry he is. I love it. I love to see it a ravenous Carlos alcaraz that looks like he's been a caged animal for the past 5 months, brilliant bring it on, but stay fit, you gotta be fit to play. Please, for all of us. Yeah, yeah. I think maybe this week more than the previous week even. I relied on waking up to highlights of Carlos sauerkraut. I didn't see so many of his matches live. And it's a level of excitement he brings that kind of no one else can on the ATP tour in that you wake up and, oh, incredible forehands gone viral. And like no one else is really doing that. And he's able to sort of combine that shop making with winning in just a way which is unique, I think. And it's breathtaking. And yeah, I really, really do hope that he's fit for Indian Wells. On that on that issue of whether he should have retired or not, like it's obviously very difficult to say without knowing what the injury is really, but I do think generally tennis does have a bit of an issue in terms of how it sort of frames people playing through injuries. It's seen as this incredible show of strength and almost a badge of honor. And I'm sure in some occasions it is, and you know, we all sort of marveled at Novak Djokovic being able to win the Australian open with a with a tear, but at the same time, it's also okay to retire if you are injured and to sort of protect yourself. And I think sometimes that is lost a little bit in the sort of coverage of it, I suppose, and yeah, I just always wonder. Well, I think Federer and Nadal, to be honest, because you could say Djokovic based on the Australian open too, but Federer have he never retired from a match in his whole career, that's the ultimate badge of honor, isn't it? Nadal playing through that injury against Taylor Fritz and then having to withdraw from the next round. I mean, and putting himself out for months. It's not good news, actually. And it is tough and I'm sure even in this subconscious aura would be influenced by those. Yeah, and just on norrie I could be wrong about this and someone I'm sure will correct me if I am wrong. But I don't think he's been home in two months. I mean, he hasn't.
"cameron norrie" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"But yeah, I was watching that thinking, Andy Murray would have a far better chance against Felix or Julia seem that is a bad matchup at the moment for Andy Murray. Yeah, I think so. And Medvedev made a real statement I felt in the first game of the final where he just extended some rallies. I think there was a stat going around last week that in his final against sinner, there were over 60 rallies longer than 9 shots. And I think in the very first game against marry, there were four of those, and it just felt like Medvedev was locked in immediately in that match and generally sort of had the better of those really long exchanges. He lived in a scribble. I really hope people remember that reference. Otherwise, you've just randomly said penis in a scribble. As you were, Mark, carry on. And yeah, and that's fine. And honestly, I've been I've been really pleased to also have Medvedev back. As great as great as having marry do what he's doing this year is, I've really enjoyed method of these last couple of weeks and that was also evident in his post match ceremony where he just, he sort of reminded everyone of what a great guy is to have around because first of all he trashed the balls, saying that he didn't like the man I thought, yep, great. You've won the tournament and yet you're using their platform to trash their balls. Great. So in on all that and then he made a gag about having match points against Andy Murray and freaking out about it because he knew that Mary's record is so good coming back for a match. Points. That was great, wasn't it? Yeah. That was really great. It's just the best, man, but when he's sort of in that mood. And I think we're starting to see that a lot more. It's great. I really really interested to see if he can carry this through to Indian Wells and Miami. I think he's found the conditions in Miami challenging in the past and not sure he's a guy that loves humidity, I feel you on that Medvedev although he has reached finals in two finals in New York and one in Australia, so I feel like you can you might not like it. As well. An Indian Wells, I don't know, the very unique conditions, aren't they? But yeah, he's never really had this form with this time of year before, so we watch with interest. And same goes for Andy Murray, he's pulled out of Dubai this week had been down to play. His reason is an ongoing hip problem. Which I think is what you can call. Having had a hip replacement. That had the feel of we don't want to say the true reason that Andy Murray's pulled out, which he gave immediately after the Doha final by saying I'm going to have to think about whether to play pull out of events before I get injured from now on. And then the day later he pulls out and it's quite clear that it's just precautionary and totally understandable albeit I also understand why tournaments like Dubai don't like here in that because it doesn't make their event sound like the biggest deal in the world. But to put the ongoing hip problem when the blokes had such a massively serious hip problem throughout his last four or 5 years and it nearly ending his career. I mean, I know it did make a couple of people think, oh, what else has happened now? And I don't think anything's happened. I'm glad he's done that, but it must have been tempted just to hop on hop on that short plane ride and just go to Dubai and see whether you can keep it up. This tennis he's playing at the moment. That must feel good. You know, he did, he really did love that win over year really Hitchcock in the semifinals. He could not stop smiling. In that post match interview, there was a real check me out vibe to it. There was a real, did you see what I just did there? I was 40 love down on the bloke serve. Do you see that? It's a great moment. Yeah, he must be very tempted, so I'm glad that he's exercising some self restraint. And maybe that's the sort of thing that lindell has input into as well. But again, I could do that. I could say probably probably just go home for the weekend. Take it easy. And actually, I suppose there is an element here, he gave some quotes in the past, didn't he, which suggested that when he was with lendl before, he had over trained or overplayed or overworked, whichever it may be. And I think we all felt at the time when he was reconnecting with lendl. They needed to have sort of put that behind them and they needed to have worked out a schedule which works for Marie now in the shape he's in and maybe this is a good example of that arrangement because it does seem very sensible to not push it because he's got a good thing going on right now and he needs to just protect himself. Definitely. Rohan bopanna and Matt ebden won the doubles title in Doha heading now to Rio. And the second biggest title of Cameron norrie's career, he beat Carlos alcaraz 5 7 6 four 7 5 in the final, the second consecutive week that those have met in an ATP final. This one though was quite a different story. We were all up pretty late last night watching this one with the alcaraz metadata group on fire with a real roller coaster of commentary because this match was defined by the fact that Carlos alcaraz sustained a leg injury looked like a hamstring injury when he was 7 5 three love up in the match and at that point it
"cameron norrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Two rank offer Cameron Smith who won the open championship at saint Andrews in July is leaving the PGA Tour and joining the lift golf series, starting with this Friday's tournament in Boston. Smith is joined by 5 others, including worlds number 19th ranked Joaquin niemann, who won the genesis invitational at Riviera back in February, but the Australian is the highest ranked golfer to defect to the Saudi Arabia funded tour. Day two of the U.S. open is underway in New York with third seed Carlos alcaraz and 7 seat Cameron norrie advancing a trade set while two seed Rafa Nadal plays his first round match as this 8 seated Uber catch. Looking at the women's draw top CD gush VA tech 6 succeeded arena sabalenka, HC Jessica pagola and 90° B muguruza all move on straight sets a fourth seed pow lo badosa advances in three sets. This evening 11 seated emirati condos in action, as is now we also go who battles 19 C Danielle Collins. Manchester United's pursuit of Ajax Amsterdam winger Anthony is over as Old Trafford has agreed to be of €95 million plus 5 million more in add ons, which is the second largest transfer fee ever paid by united after bringing in Paul Pogba back in 2016 for a 105 million. Finally, the New York Knicks and Ford RJ Barrett are finalizing a four year contract extension that could be worth a $120 million. New York had been in trade discussions with the Utah Jazz for Donovan Mitchell, but once the deal can not be reached by the end of Monday, the next decide to extend barret long-term. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Hi everybody, 13 minutes before the top of the hour
"cameron norrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To win candidates will need the backing of two excuse me of parliamentary colleagues, a series of ballots whittle the numbers down to two at which point grassroots, Tory members across the country will vote on the final choice. And now U.S. jobs are in focus today ahead of the nonfarm payrolls report for June that you later the median forecast is for growth of 268,000 jobs in the U.S. down from 390,000 in May, the consensus view is that fed officials will be pleased by the June jobs report, which is expected to show hiring slowing, but still remaining strong whilst unemployment will be essentially unchanged and wage pressures easing. In top corporate news Twitter shares slumped after the bow on a report that Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover deal is in serious jeopardy. The Washington Post says it's over concerns the social media platform can't confirm its total number of spam users. The billionaire's team has reportedly stopped engaging with funding discussions. Twitter says it intends to close the deal with mosque at the agreed terms. Okay, those are a few of our top stories this morning. Now joining us has been both the anger and to look ahead to what's ahead for today. Quite a bit happening actually on the agenda. Good morning. Yes, there is an all appears to be data Caroline on this Friday and it's just have a quick look at what we're looking at at a 10 a.m. UK time we'll get Greece's industrial production data and CPI with fears of a recession really in focus investors will get a fresh update on the U.S. labor market from one 30 p.m. UK time onwards. It is non farm payrolls and employment as well as wholesale investors and consumer credit. We'll get more data out of Russia so Russia CPI is due out at 5 p.m. UK time and finally the ECB publishes climate risk bank stress test results and also one extra thing we have got a British player in the singles at Wimbledon and that will be happening this afternoon. That's Cameron norrie and he is up against Novak Djokovic. So lots to look forward to and also a heat wave. Oh yes, absolutely. Let's not forget that, yes, lovely stuff. Thanks so much, Liang, Gary's taking a look at what is ahead for us today. Now conservative MPs are rallying around their preferred candidates as the leadership battle gets underway after Boris Johnson announced his resignation yesterday. We're joined there by Nigel mills, conservative MP for amber valley. Good morning to you Nigel. Thank you for being with us on Bloomberg radio, who are you backing in this leadership contest? I haven't tried it yet. I don't think we even know who all of us are going to be. So I'll wait to make my mind when I've had chance to speak to people in nifty. What are going to be the important issues for you then as you make that decision? To come into this, I mean, I think first we need somebody who we can be sure. And completely run the government machine and actually bring into action on the promises they make as one of the big issues actually that Boris Johnson had he just couldn't get a system around him that could make the machine deliver any promise and some great policies and then we never saw any action on them. So I think that will be a key part of it for me. I think we also need to bear in mind that coalition we need somebody like how to appeal across the red moral vote to see about it for the first time in the north, but we also need to bring back into the fold some of the long-standing conservatives united remain who have felt a bit disillusioned with Boris. That's another key question made how will somebody create that yet? Do you think truthfulness is going to be an important test for any new leader? By chance and effectively had to resign due to personality issues and voters did not see Boris Johnson as somebody trustworthy. Is that going to be another key test for whoever takes over? Yes, I think you inevitably in politics we've seen to sort of swing from a showman to a steady sort of person you can see that with Blair to Brown to Cameron to mate Boris, I suspect we will swing back on some of you who is less of a spinner less of a showman than more of a solid deliverer. How then do you translate that into an appeal for voters as well? Well, I think what voters want is for their government to deliver on their priority than the promises they made in their manifesto. We've got all the government need to tackle from a huge cost of living one to another war in Ukraine to a health backlog to need to sort out school standards actually. I think the key thing that new prime minister needs to do is show real commitment real action real progress on all those issues. And that will get the public behind them and if they don't, then they won't turn, I'm not sure personality in this time will matter quite as much as actually handling the very various situations we find ourselves in. Does that then mean someone who wasn't too close to Boris Johnson? Yeah, I think there will be a real attraction to some not tainted by some of the worst aspects of the last couple of years. You've probably seen a couple of people resign from the cabinet earlier this week that may have been enough to distance themselves I guess we'll see that and I'm sure Jeremy hungry making that claim I was no part of this three years will be a key part of his birthday I think some other people who have been in the cabinet that weren't key Boris Johnson acolytes, I think they'll be have a strong case to run as well. Whoever takes over now have to cut taxes quickly. I mean, there's even talk that there needs to be an emergency budget to help people with the cost of living crisis will taxes come down now. Well, I think that will be tricky decision for almost a new first quarter the treasury in a few weeks time. The government have just embarked on a plan to try to help people through the cost of living crisis. We didn't involve many tax cuts and then perhaps a few would you could say and the public finances are in a pretty difficult state after the
"cameron norrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Today is now putting their hat in the ring to become the new Tory leader and British prime minister. This is Bloomberg Now the paper review on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The news you need to know from today's papers. Well, let's take a look at what's making this morning's newspaper front pages and of course it's all Boris Johnson's resignation, the telegraph leads with the concerns of some senior conservatives that not leaving dining street immediately leaves the country in a state of paralysis in the times Johnson throws in the town as the headline quoting his words when the herd moves, it moves and the headline and the metro leave means leave echoing those words of Theresa May on Brexit, of course, as demands grow for Boris Johnson to go now rather than wait for a successor to be elected, while the anger and is here with these stories and more Leon let's start with the telegraph and some unhappy Tory MPs. Yeah, indeed, I think a state of paralysis is a really strong line and if you go into the newspaper a little bit more the article, the government will be left in paralysis for months if Boris Johnson stays in Downing Street until his successor is chosen and this is according to senior Tory MPs who want Boris Johnson to leave immediately chori cheese believe the process could take until the autumn and calls including from John Major who was a former prime minister mounted for Johnson to depart straight away and hand over power to a caretaker. Some of these concerns are, it comes as the country faces a wave of public sector strikes over pay and travel chaos this summer and also as we see in inflation hits a 40 year high and lots of people are struggling with the cost of living crisis. So is it a time to be left in limbo with no government? Yeah, well or less are kind of certainly no prime minister anyway. There's a story in The Guardian there this morning about the attitude now in Europe in Dublin and Brussels given Boris Johnson in the Northern Ireland protocol. Yeah, indica Caroline. This is quite interesting because we've had different reactions, haven't we? We heard from a Vladimir zelensky from Ukraine who Boris Johnson has held regular phone calls with, and he was extremely sad to see the prime minister go, but it's not so much the case as, you know, relations between the UK and EU hit a really historic low point under Boris Johnson's premiership and islands, leader michal Martin, expressed personal sympathy to Johnson, but use a moment to call on the government to respect international law and the post Brexit deal on Northern Ireland. Yeah, of course, will a new leader really reshape that relationship or not. Also, actually at the back of the newspapers this morning, another story of interest away from the politics, Wimbledon. It's only because it's quite a big event for London, isn't it? And that's where we all live. So for the UK. Well, not the whole world, but as three in the studio, Rafa Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon ahead of his semifinal clash against Nick curios. Now this follows an abdominal injury, we did see him struggling with that in his quarterfinal with Taylor Fritz, he ended up coming to win that, but he was two sets down, had to have a medical timeout came back and had lots of tape on his abdominal muscle, and what this does is now gives Nick curios a free ticket into the Grand Slam final. So this will be his first singles final ever, and I also just want to bring in that Britain's Cameron norrie is going to be playing Novak Djokovic today to reach the Wimbledon final world. That's if he wins. So lots happening on the tennis court in Wimbledon. Who is going to see that weekend finale of the male sinkholes championship at Wimbledon very interesting. Thank you so much, Lee and garand. So with all of our top stories and I'll look at the newspapers this morning. This is Bloomberg
"cameron norrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Conservative Party that will be on air at noon, UK time or available as a podcast afterwards. First though, let's take a look ahead at some of the other events that are coming up that market participants are watching for later today Bloomberg's Leon guerin is with us in studio for that early and what are you looking forward to? So at 7 a.m., which is not far away now, we've got about 20 minutes we get earnings from the supermarket giant right here in the UK Sainsbury's at ten 30 a.m. also UK time the Bank of England issues its financial stability report our reporter Lizzie burden has been previewing that for us this morning. Now that will be followed by Brazil's industrial production data like later this afternoon, at 3 p.m. UK time we are expecting U.S. factory orders and durable goods data and today is the annual sun valley conference in Idaho, Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Tim Cook are reportedly among those on the guest list and later on there's something happening in the tennis. We've all been gripped by Wimbledon, haven't we, and the last British tennis player left in the singles at Wimbledon, that's Cameron norrie. He will attempt to reach the semifinals this afternoon, he takes on Belgium's David Goffin in the last day, but Cameron norrie is just looked in absolute fine form, and is the favorite, of course, because he's British, going in to today's quarterfinals. Liang as we can not do a look ahead without mentioning Wimbledon Fortnite, good stuff. Thank you so much, Leanne. Coming up next on day break Europe. Our recession or inflation fears driving markets now will speak to Deepak mera, head of investments at
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"Now the paper review on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The news you need to know from today's papers. Okay, so the morning's newspapers here in the UK along with them are leading with that missile strike on the shopping center in Ukraine that we've mentioned the daily express headline reads crime against humanity. Let's bring in Bloomberg's Lee Ann guerin so he has a lot more though in the newspapers. Just a way from Ukraine for a moment. The governor of the Bank of England has a pay issue on his hands. This has been rumbling on for a few weeks explain the latest. It has indeed Caroline and remember this comes after he did urge UK workers not to demand large wage increases and those remarks were criticized by unions and politicians, and that was a few months ago. Now the telegraph reports on the governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey facing mutiny over staff pay. Staff at the Bank of England are to demand a major pay rise in the face of surging inflation, staff received a 1.5% increase this year now that far below the rate of inflation, the trade union unite is consulting staff on threadneedle street. This summer about securing a decent pay rise. So something Andrew Bailey is going to have to face. The story that's caught your eye Leanne, this is to do with students and student debt. Yeah, indeed, and we all know what it's like, isn't it? We've all studied and been students. Well, you and I, Steven, and I'm sure not the other people. Perpetually. And the times features a story on student loan debt, just skyrocketing, British graduates have the most debt in the English speaking world the Sutton trust found in 2016, the number of former uni students owing more than 100,000 pounds in student loans has gone up by more than 3000% in a single year so high interest rates and flat wages of thought to have contributed to this rising debt. Yeah, a hundred grand for studying in the UK and I actually got my university education in Britain for free, so there you go. The difference of, in terms of generations, just lastly, Wimbledon Fortnite and this photos on the front page of a lot of newspapers. Yeah, this indeed and it's the photo of Emma raducanu, the British number one, and she's one of first found match at Wimbledon in straight sets. Actually, it was a great match I did watch it and the crowds were really out to support her and good news for all British players they had a really successful first day with Andy Murray and also Cameron norrie or winning their opening matches and you know Murray has never lost a first round at Wimbledon so he just carried on that trend that he set before. So all good news there for the British players let's see how long it lasts. One to watch Leigh Anne garen, thank you very much for that spin through
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"Round up his Chris cave West Ham boss David Moyes insists there's a long way to go to secure a top four Premier League finish a four one win at Aston Villa movement level on points with third place Manchester City but Moyes says the players aren't getting carried away after a fine start to the season I think football money just jobs after trying these expectations but you know that is raising them and not wanting stupid and seeing selling things or I do think they have to ten games is normally a pretty good time to sort of judge register how your stuff is easy Villa are just three points above the relegation zone after a fourth straight defeat leads moved out of the bottom three after claiming a two one victory at Norwich who remained rooted to the foot of the table Everton take on wolves this evening It was a great weekend for rangers as they extended their lead at the top of the Scottish premiership to four points they were the only sign in the top four to win as they beat motherwell 6 one England take on Sri Lanka in Sharjah this afternoon as they look to continue their excellent start to cricket's T 20 World Cup They've won all three of their games in the competition and sit two points clear at the top of group one despite their dominance so far but all the adult rasheed says the team won't get complacent Whether you've been by one other run by a hundred and do the same thing with the same mindset of home again you don't look too far ahead of think about where the World Cup That is still a long way away where thinking about next thing which you should like and then through the job there then the next game from there So we go game out of time Jackson rays late try saw Saracens come from behind to beat harlequin's 29 22 in rugby union's premiership the overturned a ten point halftime deficit to leapfrog their opponents into second And Cameron norrie takes on Argentina's Federico del bonis in the Paris masters tennis later the Indian Wells champion is seated tenth heading into the tournament.
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"With Mary's Villas Fire District also advises you to keep toddlers away from open windows, saying even a ground floor fall could cause some serious injuries. Finally comes the frequent reminder that local waters can be icy and even on the hot days and that cold water can send a strong swimmer into shock. Common news time is 2 40 as we head over to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Mat Madison has our sports headlines. T Mobile Park welcomes back Mariners fans at full capacity last night and it was a great game to do so. With Seattle, beating the Rangers in 10 Innings EMS will look for their fourth straight win tonight with the seven 11th pitch in basketball bucks have a chance to put it away in the Hawks if they Wednesday night in the Eastern Conference finals. Should they do so it will be their first finals appearance since 1974 Stanley Cup final just like that. The Lightning have a three games to none lead on the Canadians. Game four is Monday night. And if Tampa Bay wins it will be their second straight Stanley Cup and third in franchise history and over at Wimbledon. Roger Federer moves on after a four set win on Cameron Norrie this morning. Sports at 10 and 40. Past the hour. Matt Matt and KOMO news benefits checkup dot org is a free website where people over 60 can see if they qualified to help pay for food, medicine. Even utilities benefits checkup. Org helped me get $1200 a year in benefits. Maybe it can help you. Chinese hospitals for Children. They are a million reasons to shared love. My buddy Caleb is one of them. This is his story high and to them, And this is my story. I was born with us. Eugenicist imperceptible or bail bonds. This I have broken my bones. Almost 200. Times have had 11 surgeries, but I do let that stop me. I love to bike right? Climb race hand. I'm learning how to stand and watch. Well, I can You ask this because of generous people like you and try hospitals for Children. There are a million reasons to share love, but you only need one. Caleb is one reason Can learn how you can share love visit.
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"A 32 lead in the best of seven Sep. Jonah Center to compose sat out Game five. Well, he will not play again tonight. He was officially ruled out with the hyper extended name. Trae Young is questionable but is expected to play despite the bruised foot tip. Offset for just around 8, 30 Eastern The NBA suspended Clippers guard Patrick Beverley one game for shoving Chris Paul during the Clippers season ending lost Wednesday night. So Beverly was ejected from that game. He will serve out the suspension and lose a night's pay during the first game of the upcoming regular season. Checking the baseball scoreboard top of the eighth, the Rays Lee the rather check that the Blue Jays lead the race. 61 top of the fourth. The Brewers in front of the Pirates, 51. The Padres and Phillies are in a rain delay Top five. The White Sox and Tigers are tied at three. The Cubs lead the Reds in the fifth to one top for the Marlins lead the Braves do nothing in the Twins have a two nothing lead on the Royals in the fourth earlier today in the Bronx, the Mets beat the Yankees. 83 and the Nationals host the Dodgers tonight, but they will be without Kyle Schwarber, who was placed on the injured list today with significant hamstring strain. Schwarber sustained the injury last night while rounding first into the in the second inning. And Dodgers age. Trevor Bauer will not appeal Major League Baseball's decision to place him on seven day administrative leave in order to minimize any distraction to the Dodgers organization and his teammates as he deals with a criminal investigation following sexual assault allegations. Third round of Wimbledon. Roger Federer defeated Cameron Norrie in four sets. Daniel Medvedev and Alexander Zverev advanced. Top seeded Ash Party knocked out Catarina senior Cova in straight sets of cocoa golf moves on the streets. I went over to you, von Denmark reached the semifinals of the euro 2020 today, defeating Czech Republic's WHO won while England advances blanking Ukraine Fornell And third round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. Troy Merritt sits atop the leaderboard at 14 under his minus five through 16 1 shot ahead of Hank Libya to Cam Davis and Joaquin Niemann, who is three under through 16. America. Herskowitz. It's Tiki Barber of Tiki and Tierney Tune in Tuesday at three Eastern Noon Pacific Happy Fourth of July. Everyone enjoy some fun..
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"Flag. That's right. Andrew. The NBA Eastern Conference final continues tonight. The boxer, a win away from advancing to the NBA Finals, will be tipping off against the Hawks in Game six in Atlanta with a 32 lead in the best of seven series. Yannis ended the coop, although he said that in Game five and has officially been ruled out for tonight's game as well, he has that hyper extended knee. Very young, questionable but is expected to play despite the bruised foot and you can watch the game with tip off set for 8 30 eastern. Meanwhile, the NBA suspended Clippers guard Patrick Beverley a game for shoving Chris Paul during the Clippers season ending loss Wednesday night. Beverly was ejected from the game. He will serve out the suspension and lose one night's pay during the first game of the upcoming regular season. Quick check in the afternoon baseball scoreboard. The Yankees trailing the Mets top 983. Bottom five. The raise in Blue Jays are tied in one top of the first, the Brewers lead the Pirates three zip The Padres and Phillies are in a rain delay on the top of the first top second. The White Sox lead the Tigers to nothing. Also in the second, the Cubs and Reds are scoreless. No score between the Marlins and Braves in the first and the Twins and Royals also just underway. Tonight, The Angels will shoot for a third straight win when they continue their series against the Orioles in Anaheim. All eyes on Shohei Otani. What will he do tonight? He homered twice last night 29 30 of the season, becoming just the third player to have 30 or more home runs. Before the All Star break over the last 10 years, and the Nationals are expected to be without Kyle Schwarber for a bit. Schwarber will not play tonight against the Dodgers after leaving last night's game with a significant hamstring strain. However, sustained the injury rounding first in the second inning. It's a night off in the NHL, the Lightning ice the Canadians last night to take a commanding three Nothing lead in the Stanley Cup final, which resumes Monday night at the Bell Centre. Third round action at Wimbledon. Roger Federer defeated Cameron Norrie second seeded Daniel Medvedev needed five sets to dispose of Marin Cilic Alexander's very advanced top seeded Ash party. Also moving on along with cocoa golf. And Denmark reached the semi final of euro 2020 today, defeating Czech Republic 21 right now. England Leeds, Ukraine four nil in the 71st minute I'm Erica Herskowitz. We react to the Hawks and Bucks Eastern Conference finals. But is this the Sun's titled to Lose Tune in.
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"Advancing to the NBA Finals. They'll be tipping off against the Hawks in Game six in Atlanta with a 32 lead in the best of seven series. Yannis entered the coop. Oh, though he sat out in Game five and has officially been ruled out for tonight's game as well. He has that hyper extended knee. Very young, questionable but is expected to play despite the bruised foot and you can watch the game with tip off set for 8 30 eastern. Meanwhile, the NBA suspended Clippers guard Patrick Beverley a game for shoving Chris Paul during the Clippers season ending loss Wednesday night. Beverly was ejected from the game. He will serve out the suspension and lose one night's pay during the first game of the upcoming regular season. Check in the afternoon. Baseball scoreboard, The Yankees trailing the Mets top 983 bottom five. The raise in Blue Jays are tied at one top of the first the Brewers lead the Pirates three Zepp The Padres and Phillies are in a rain delay on the top of the first top second. The White Sox lead the Tigers to nothing. Also in the second, the Cubs and Reds are scoreless. No score between the Marlins and Braves in the first and the Twins and Royals also just underway. Tonight, The Angels will shoot for a third straight win when they continue their series against the Orioles in Anaheim. All eyes on Shohei Otani. What will he do tonight? He homered twice last night 29 30 of the season, becoming just the third player to have 30 or more home runs. Before the All Star break over the last 10 years, and the Nationals are expected to be without Kyle Schwarber for a bit. Schwarber will not play tonight against the Dodgers after leaving last night's game with a significant hamstring strain. However, sustained the injury rounding first in the second inning. It's a night off in the NHL, the Lightning ice the Canadians last night to take a commanding three Nothing lead in the Stanley Cup final, which resumes Monday night at the Bell Centre. Third round action at Wimbledon. Roger Federer defeated Cameron Norrie second seeded Daniel Medvedev needed five sets to dispose of Marin Cilic. Alexander's very of advanced top seeded Ash party. Also moving on along with cocoa golf. And Denmark reached the semi final of euro 2020 today, defeating Czech Republic 21 right now. England Leeds, Ukraine four nil in the 71st minute I'm Erica Herskowitz. We react to the Hawks and Bucks Eastern Conference finals. But is this the Sun's titled to Lose Tune in Tuesday at three Eastern Noon Pacific.
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"Hello there some more province. The decision has been made. No. Janice entered a combo tonight for Game six of the NBA Eastern Catholics finals. Without Janis and his hyper extended knee. The Bucks still have a three games to two series advantage over Atlanta Hawks must win to keep playing. In their star Trae Young play after missing Atlanta's missing The last two games with Bruce Foot is ESPN NBA reporter Tim Bon Temps and Dave McMillan has said that he expects us to once again be a game time decision. Really? This is going to come down to trace comfort level on that foot. Find out who plays find out what happens. Find out who wins right here on ESPN Radio eight p.m. for the coverage to begin. Kevin Winter hosts NBA Countdown Right now over on ESPN radio With the Subway series. It appears the Mets might have caught the express train to the Bronx. Here comes Dominic Smith. Swings, and he lines with over third down the line. That's a fair ball down out of the corner and to score. Parra's up Nimmo coming in to score that will be a double runners on 2nd and 3rd and the Mets going a long way to bust in this thing open. They now lead it six to nothing in the Bronx, Dave O'Brien with a call on ESPN radio. It's now 83. Mets on top in the bottom of the eighth Elsewhere, Tampa Bay in Toronto. Tied at one of the €50.2020. England hammering Ukraine four nil second half of that quarterfinal. Denmark defeats the check Republicans to advance 2 to 1 the final to advance to the semis and Wimbledon. Roger Federer four set win over Cameron Norrie to move on Hey, Jay Z is back on Monday morning as the fallout from the N C. Two. A's decision on NHL continues and we count down the days to NFL training Camp Keyshawn J. Willens Zubin Monday morning on ESPN radio. But it also seemed to me that the one thing that you took away of all the pieces of advice that you've got. It was your father That left you with three different pieces of wisdom that impacted your life. And one of those was never quit because that gives you the perseverance state you need Another was work harder than the next guy. When and you're working when no one's watching in the third one was never let anybody or anyone intimidate you. Do you think about those three things? Those three lessons that your father imparted to you? And how do they impact your life today? And and they have and always happened? I always remember. You know the work hard part was it was I talked about in the book a little bit that one. You know when I was, you know, I was getting ready to go out and I can go down and go to the pool and play and he's telling me Well, you know, Johnny's probably over there lifting. I go down lift when I get back, because that's fine. You don't have to. I said no, I will not going. That's right. So he'll probably be. We'll be running while you're lifting so it'll probably he'll get to work out there. But that's fine. We'll be fine for you. I'm going. I'm going to the pool. So I like I go out dancing. Good steps. I go by the block ago. Uh, I walk back. I go back. I can't. I can't let him get to work out. So it's like I go. I'm gonna lift because whatever, and I said so I went and left I go. I'm going to pull now he goes have fun. I'd be like, Oh, so so you know, he kind of gets gotten. He knew he knew how to say the right things, and he was great with numbers at them. That's the one thing I never thought about, like he was an accountant. And he always had the number two pencils and everything so meticulously on his desk and I said, You know numbers and I was very good with numbers. I loved math, and I think how many anything that you can do for coaching? Being a teacher in math. I always had the ability to understand how much how much clock I can run if I take it down to three seconds, and if we run the ball three times, we can run off a minute 45 seconds And so a lot of the ability I had to close games at which I'm very proud of. That fact is My ability to look at the clock in the third quarter, and I realized how many series of left and that if we had a league time was our ally. And so I would shut down the passing game because I realized there's only so much time left and I can use up this much time and take away an extra possession from them. Then we got the game one. Wow. Wow, Sister. Your dad always taught you the things that mattered and helped influence you later on, right? Yeah. Now, do you almost write this book? 10 years ago, did a version of this almost come out 10 years And was it also with Michael Hollywood? How did that work? I have written a book 10 years ago, 2010 and it with another writer, but he come back with it. I just couldn't go through with it. It was all football. And and it was just when I was looking. I thought about I wrote this book and around the fall of 2010. 2010 is not was not a great year. I just lost. My father just lost my wife. I just moved to New York. And so I said, You know, I'm gonna write a book in case I forget, you know stories, But then, as I read it, I go..
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"Getting rained out last night. The first installment of this year's subway series is underway today in the Bronx. As the Yankees are hosting the Mets. They are playing at the top of the fifth. The Mets have two aboard with one out, and they are scoreless against the Yankees at the stadium this afternoon. Tonight. The Angels aim for a third straight win when they continue their series against the Orioles in Anaheim last night. Shohei Otani homered twice for his 29th and 30th of the season, becoming just the third player to have 30 or more home runs before the All Star break. Over the last 10 years. Elsewhere. Dodgers age. Trevor Bauer will not appeal Major League Baseball's decision to place him on seven day administrative leave in order to minimize any distraction to the Dodgers organization and his teammates. Hours currently under criminal investigation following sexual assault allegations. The NBA's Eastern Conference final continues tonight in the Bucks are just to win away from advancing to the final. They'll be tipping off against the Hawks in Game six in Atlanta with a 32 lead in the best the seventh set honest and to decompose, sat out Game five. He was also officially ruled out for tonight's game with the hyper extended name. Dre. Young, though, is questionable and is expected to play despite the bruised foot tip Offset for just around 8 30 Eastern Meanwhile, the NBA suspended Clippers guard Patrick Beverley one game for shoving Chris Paul during the Clippers season ending loss Wednesday night. Beverly was ejected from the game tweeted an apology to Paul this week, said he let his emotions get the best of him. He will serve out the suspension and lose one night's pay during the first game of the 2021. 2022 regular season. It's a night off in the NHL, the Lightning ice the Canadians last night to take a commanding three Nothing lead in the Stanley Cup final, which resumes Monday night at the Bell Centre and third round at Wimbledon today, Roger Federer defeated Cameron Norrie 64645764 Alexander Zverev eliminated Taylor Fritz and four sets. Coca Golf advanced to the fourth round of the straits that went over Kaaya you von Golf will play former Wimbledon champ Angelique Kerber, who wanted straight sets in Denmark reached the semi final of the euro 2020 today. Defeating Czech Republic 21. I'm Erica Herskowitz. This is more as hope you were having a great independence.
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"Fans will also still be subject to filling out a covid checklist before entering all 13 scrums will be at the UC Health training Center. The Rockies busted out of a 22 tie game against the Cardinals with a three run walk off homer from catcher Alias Diaz. Manager Bud Black called it an old school National League baseball game. I thought since it threw the ball well, Brendan had a big swing early in the game. Give us the lead. It was well played. There's a couple misc used by both sides, but Uh, you know, it's hard fought at the end. You know, Kenley did a nice job bar did a nice job. And then aliens came up with the big hit. That was that was good one. Diaz has three home runs in his last three games and Black says the belief Colorado has in its catcher is starting to show up Game two tonight at 6 10, the World champion L. A Dodgers set to visit the White House today. They're the first championship team to meet with President Biden since he took office and also the first team to visit the White House since the pandemic struck. And at Wimbledon, a third round matchup between Cameron Norrie and Roger Federer. You'd think Nori would be answering questions about his legendary opponent. Instead, he's squelching rumors that he swearing on the court when I'm hitting the ball, I'm saying, like releasing the air so I'm not swearing at all. And I think the crowd thing that I am swearing because I hear a couple of people mumbling, but I I think I'm just trying to get a little bit more top spin on the ball, so that's That's what I'm trying to do that that third round match upset for tomorrow More tennis news is both Federer and Novak Djokovic are on the list of players entered for the Tokyo Olympics, though neither has publicly confirmed if they'll play that sports I'm Connor Shreve on K away home of the Broncos buffs and Iraqis. Can we use video time? 6 16 right now. On Colorado's morning news, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announcing a revised public health order. That removes schools and, um the locations from current mask requirements on vaccinate employees in places such as homeless shelters, health care settings in jails and prisons are still wear a medical grade masking. The amended order also applies to employees who are not fully vaccinated. Now, visitors patients and residents of those facilities who are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated must also wear masks. But they do not have to be medical grade. The new order will be in place until August. 1st the CDC says coronavirus case numbers have gone up by 10% over the past week due to the highly contagious Delta variant. It is clear that communities where people remain unvaccinated our communities that remain vulnerable. During the White House briefing, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said. There are about 1000 counties across the U. S mainly in the South and Midwest that have vaccinated fewer than 30% of their populations. Officials at sea you say. Hackers targeted students and staff members with a phishing scam earlier in the week, the scam used to compromise email account to send out about 5000 emails offering $2300 in Covid 19 support link in the email director recipients to a website where the scammers asked for personal information, including Social security and credit card numbers. At least two people reportedly submitted their information to the site. The Boy Scouts of America writes a massive check to tens of thousands of victims who say they were sexually abused. Multiple reports say that the organization is going to pay $850 million In what's being called the largest settlement for a child sexual abuse case ever in the US the suit represented over 84,000 people, NBC News Radio's Mark Mayfield, the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy last year due to rising legal defense costs and federal authorities, shutting down four shelters that are used to house unaccompanied migrant Children. But they're leaving up the largest one in Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. This immigrant rights advocates says it's a mistake. Federal government is both holding the Children and responsible for its own. Oversight is literally the Fox guarding him. House military bases exempt from state oversight. The shelter at Fort Bliss has a long faced criticism for immigrant advocates who feel it's too difficult for both mental health workers and attorneys coming up. She led Dia for 13 years, and now she's calling it a career. We'll chat with the IAEA CEO Kim Dae as she joins us at 6 24, but first Traffic.