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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the world of sports. I'm Michael Barnes. I'm scarlet fu. Coming up on the show, we're going to be talking with legendary media executive dick Emerson. He is the former head of NBC sports co creator of Saturday Night Live and creator of Sunday Night football. We're going to talk about his incredible career and his new book from Saturday night to Sunday Night. Straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports show, but first, let's look at some of the top stories of the week starting with the U.S. open wrapping up. And there is so much excitement around this U.S. open because it was Serena Williams last U.S. open, given that she's retiring. And we have two new champions. Unfortunately, neither of them are Serena. Number one seated ika Xian tech took home the women's championship and number three, Carlos alcaraz won the men's final. Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes caught up with former tennis pro and broadcaster Patrick McEnroe to talk about some of their favorite moments of this year's open. Going into this, the story was, oh, Serena's retiring, a new era, one year is ending another one starting what's going to happen with Novak Rafa Federer, they're closer to the twilights of their career. Looks like maybe the new era has started. What does it look like to you? It looks unbelievably exciting, athletic, inspiring, charismatic would be a few words that would come to mind. Serena has done so much for tennis, obviously, and for a lot of other things as well. So it was fitting the way she went out. She went out swinging as she has done throughout her career. But to see the young players step up, obviously on the men's side, Carlos alcaraz and Yannick center played one of the greatest matches I've ever seen that ended at about three in the morning. Just a shot making the athleticism from those players was off the charts. And then you've got obviously Francis tiafoe, the first black American player to get this far at the U.S. open since Arthur Ashe and just to first American period since Andy Roddick. So the Friends at tiafoe store is an incredible one. It's like an American fairytale, really. That was Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes with former tennis pro and broadcaster, Patrick McEnroe. Yeah, you heard right. He's one of the Mac and rose. And of course you can take a look back at all our coverage of this year's U.S. open, including a great conversation

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

", Visa Mastercard and American Express say they're all getting ready to start using the new code. That's Samantha max reporting. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. President Biden will travel to Boston today The White House says the president will highlight a new study that seeks to validate using blood tests to screen against multiple cancers, medical experts say it could be a game changer in diagnostic testing to improve early detection. Spanish teenager Carlos alcaraz is on top of the men's tennis world as NPR's Tom Goldman reports he beat Norway's Casper root and four sets to win the U.S. open on Sunday in New York. For Carlos alcaraz, his win over Casper Ruud, which he clinched 6 three in the fourth set, was a relative quickie, leading up to the match. Alcaraz won three straight 5 set marathons. But while it was shorter, he still faced a tough opponent in rude who was playing in his second Grand Slam final of the year. Alcaraz was just better with his power speed and touch in a relentlessness. He seems to have inherited from fellow Spaniard Rafa Nadal, who currently reigns over men's tennis with a record 22 Grand Slam singles titles. Alcaraz now has his first in the expectation is there will be more. And 19, he's the youngest U.S. open men's champion since 1990 and the youngest ever men's player ranked number one in the world. Tom Goldman NPR news. On Wall Street, stock futures are trading higher this morning, shares across Asia, posted gains. I'm Windsor Johnston and you're listening to NPR news. In Washington. On WNYC in New York at 5 33, good Monday morning on Michael hill, 69 with fog and mist in Central Park, cloudy and 69 elsewhere. Chance of showers this morning and then cloudy in 81 for a high. Yesterday marked 21 years after the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in The Pentagon and the crash of United Airlines flight 93. Speaking on WNYC, Lower Manhattan resident, Miramar, James shared her memory of that day and coming back to her home in the voluntary evacuation zone to dust and debris. I remember like inhaling dust swallowing dust and like feeling like the sartain at that moment and thinking like, oh my God, this is going to be something. James or community organizer still lives blocks from the World Trade Center site and leads an effort to establish affordable housing there. You are forecast now of 50 50 chance of showers this morning clouding 81 for a high showers and a thunderstorm after midnight to 9 in the low 72. Right now, 69, it's 5 34. Support for NPR comes from member stations and from Jones day

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"She has a heck of a career still to go and she's clearly hungry, I think, getting to play final on the Arthur Ashe stadium will make her even hungrier and I just, I'm such a fan, such a fan of hers. She is a wonderful role model and a very important reminder that fitness and health look very different on different people. And I love her. Yeah. I love watching her as well. The way she makes you feel when she's playing the sport. That technique she has the way she Mars to the net and she just, I want to see that joy in her game because it makes me feel joyful watching a play. So yeah, as you say, many years, hopefully left, and she said 2023 is going to be a big year for me. And so I can't wait. I'm so here for that. We're going to follow that one interest. What else happened today, Matt? We had three wheelchair finals. In the men's singles, Alfie Hewitt finally beat shingo kaneda 7 6 6 one overturning that Wimbledon loss. So Canada falls one match short of the calendar slam for who it, that's his 6th Grand Slam singles title and his third at the U.S. open. So really brilliant for him. He was going for a 29th Grand Slam singles title today. And he was going for the calendar year grandson, wasn't he? Wow. Unbelievable. Anyway, I think that's massive Ralphie here after serving for the match three times in the Wimbledon four times. Do you know what I said that on air earlier? And then after it's thought, oh, I must have got that wrong. It can not possibly have been four times. And then losing losing the doubles final yesterday with Gordon Reed, having served for the match. I think that was a big win for Alfie Hewitt. However, did win the calendar Grand Slam for the second straight year. She has won her last 65 matches. No way. A 129 of her last a 134 sets. Eat that eager. Yeah, that's a stream. Access to the gear getting on for that. Amazing. Yeah. And then in the quad singles, Niels vink beat Sam Schroeder 7 5 6 three. As you know, I have a soft spot for Niels vink. Neo on wheels. Neil's on wheels. That's his website. Is it? Amazing. Big fan. Oh, that's so good. Seems a lovely chap and a great tennis player also, but Neil's on wheels. Absolutely. Okay, well, I mean, it's just been so good today. We loved every minute of it. And that folks brings our U.S. open, daily podcasts, to an end for 2022. Certainly on the main feed here, a few little thank yous I would like to give. To our U.S. open mascot Phoebe, who's done a splendid job, don't you think Catherine? I mean, dogs do a splendid job just by existing, I think. Yeah, but any opportunity to look at pictures of other people's dogs that I don't know is very welcome for me, so thank you, Phoebe. Absolutely. And to all of our newsletter predictions opponents and supporters, Chris, Kyle, Paul, Richard, Sega and also our year round predictions rival essam. We've loved taking you all on the final standings will be in our newsletter tomorrow. Awesome is partial to a Hail Mary. That's what we've learned about. It was like right. Casper rue today. I respect that. I very rarely go for hail marys, but I enjoy it when other people. I like that he's got a strategy and he sticks to it. He doesn't. And you know what? He's going to nail a couple of these and then suddenly we're going to find ourselves in his wake. But anyway, fantastic to have all of you with us and yeah, get on the newsletter list if you're not already the link to it is in our show notes. To Hannah for her brilliant work on Twitter, she makes us laugh, think, and she just brilliant to work with him. She is a gem. Yeah. Imagine grand slams without handler. No. That's the best. That's the best. To go on earth for her. To Garner for her superb work designing our newsletter every day to Sarah for doing pole vaults for me, while I'm asleep. I've got people. I've got staff who are doing pole vaults when you're asleep so you can't complain. It's good in that. What except she sends them through in the group chat, so frustrating. Very talented women, Sarah, I feel like she's wasted on that. Okay. We'll come up with some of the things you do there. Brilliant. Well, thank you all for your support. To Darwin, who's my year round mascot and Darwin your excellent, you deserve a better person to respond to in the week, quite honestly, because I'm rubbish it predictions most of the time. To Carter, who's Catherine's mascot. I'm not allowed to disclose am I where I finished in the U.S. open predictions competition, but Carter, you will be delightful once not hugely disappointed in me. To the daily duke party Gerald and Gerald's owner's Daryl and Liz for sponsoring Matt. We're pretty happy. We've had a solid U.S. open. He has an unassailable lead. 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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I think he will always remain brilliant to watch, but we're in a sort of golden moment for it being completely spectacular before he's untamed. Yeah, untamed. It's just raw and yet so good. And yet it's still capable of winning a Grand Slam title. He's running around slav at 60 percent. Amazing. So do you think as he exploits that remaining 40%? 40 or 35%, 40. 40%. He will become slightly not less spectacular in the peaks won't be as high, but less prone to the spectacular. There'll be more repeatable ways of winning rallies. I think so. I think so, but I also think he has a little bit of that Federer showmanship in him. A little bit. I think he does love a moment to just make the crowd go. Wow. Oh, I think in every Carlos sauerkraut match. You know, to come, there will be a spectacular shot as spectacular moment, something you remember in the same way that Federer has always done that. I just think he probably will rein it in a little bit in terms of, yeah, structure probably is the word, just more structure to his game, more patterns, I suppose. I think he has got patterns that kick serve is one with the big followed up by the big forehand or the absolute charge to the net. After the kick serve. That one amuses me. Gosh. He's something else. It's been some die, isn't it? It really has. And actually, a very nice exchange between him and Yugoslavia on Twitter, actually. Oh, I haven't seen that. She congratulated him. He immediately replied and congratulated her and said, how nice it was that they both won their first U.S. open title at the same time. Very much undertones of, we're going to win loads of these, aren't we? You and me. Speaking of nice exchanges, there was also a good moment, I think it was in the first set where rude gave valkyrae's the point. After that was fantastic after a double bounce that hadn't been called. Glad you're reminded me of the empire because rude so fast. He charged in to try and get this ball and he scooped his racket underneath it. You can't tell immediately from the side or from in real time. He knew that. He knew he immediately gave the point and the way our cries responded was just to applaud him and then point and make sure that people in the stadium knew what Roode had done and applaud him from the foreign several times pointing and just getting the crowd to show their appreciation and you know I know we love agro and all the rest of it, but I also love that. It's about making you feel things, isn't it? And our cross makes me feel stuff all the time, the way he plays and the way he carries himself and I don't know, I've got a real soft spot for rude too. I think there are the good thing is a bloke like our crowns needs a foil and sinners the ultimate foil I would say just at the moment of players that are active. Because Nadal's in and out just at the moment and Djokovic we haven't seen for a bit. But these guys I think our crowds against any of them rude sinner Djokovic Nadal. It's going to be really, really good the next couple of years. Before we utterly takes over. So basically alcaraz against anybody. Is great. So he doesn't need a file. He just needs to be on the court. No, I think there were some people. Some people I'm not saying, I don't know whether I'd be that into him playing against big servers. Him against maxime cressy. I don't know whether that's going to work. Sounds like a match. You would love David. But who we're going to big server would you get excited about? I used to like big service against Djokovic to see whether Djokovic could return them. But that's just me. Anyway, it's been quite a day. It's quite a day and when we won't forget. If we're throwing it forward, as we like to do, the last two U.S. opens in the men's have been won by non Djokovic and our players, team, Medvedev. And then obviously Nadal and Djokovic have come out the start of the next year and they've dominated Wimbledon and Roland Garros and the strain open as well. Does this feel different? Like are we backing aircraft to win a slam again next year? Like I probably am? Yes. But I thought Medvedev would win the Australian open. I think I probably did as well. Very nearly did. It's pretty hard not to see somebody win the U.S. open and not think that they're going to win the Australian. That's kind of what I'm saying. Yeah, because you have to feel like some things would have to happen in the meantime to change things. I mean, obviously so much depends on whether the Djokovic will be in Melbourne. I think watching Djokovic play against our crowds over the next two years is going to be the most intriguing sight in tennis. Yes. Yeah. I think you're right there. Because you know Djokovic is just going to devote his life to being able to show he can still take this guy out. Absolutely. And I'm keen for that as well. What does it do in the minds of the ones that were supposed to be the next gen? What does it do to sit to pass? Zverev, Rublev. Well, I think he'd already put the frighteners on them back in the spring.

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I don't know anyway, whatever the thinking behind the plan was, it worked, and that's, you know, there's lots of very clear armor around the shoulder stuff and game development that one Carlos Ferrero was doing with Carlos alcaraz, but there's also, you know, those are some quite big calls. I think, not practicing on days off. That's pretty bold managerial stuff. I was trying to work out. That's leaving Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench stuff. When we were in England last year and we were able to sort of produce the podcast about 4 a.m. and then there were a couple of days where I went and went to breakfast at 6 before going to bed. You know, that's what he was up against really, wasn't it? What we needed was one Carlos Ferrero calling us up and saying, half the day off. Half the day off. That's right. You sleep in when you're ready. I'll be here to give you a hug. I'll tell you what, I mean, this whisky's going down well. By the way. Do you know what percentage of his potential Ferrero thinks alcaraz is at? I was going to ask you that question. I really want to just read it from the press conference. To the answer. What is it? Insert next gen a name here. 60%. Oh my God. And yet, that's about what I would have said. And Ferreira thinks he can improve his return, his serve, his backhand, his consistency, especially mentally. I would agree. Yeah, I genuinely consistency. This tournament hasn't been brilliant. He's had lots of quite big lapses where he just sort of thinks he's playing an exhibition for a bit. And stops stops concentrating on winning points. I love the way that Ferrero is hyped up and stressed in the match and Tenet demanding you do things a certain way. He seems to be one of these is, look, I've prepared you, go and sort yourself out. And then when you finish the match, I'll come back and I'll prepare you for the next one and we'll build and we'll have an off season and all that. So nurturing, isn't it? Yes. Yeah. I think Elk res like cities there during the match. He often looks to him, he often raises his voice a bit at him, but I don't think he expects anything back. And he doesn't get anything back for a sort of grins at him. And I do think on those specific points, return that has stood out to me. He does miss some returns that you just think, well, you know, never met the would make that on a big point. And he's missing maybe. And the serve, I've always thought he needs more free points on it, but actually in the fourth set today, he suddenly started getting it, didn't he? I think he hit that 7 aces in that set, loads of unreturned serves, and that was a glimpse of what that service capable of. I think it really helped him that he because he squeezed out that third set. Suddenly he's, it seemed that he was either right. I'm going to play really efficient, really aggressive tennis now and try and do this in four or all out asked him with my Superman powers at the back of the court. Lots of things being squeezed in and out of this podcast. Well, yeah, that's what happens when I have whisky. And actually, I think it's what happens when you get two players who've never been on that stage before. And yet they handle themselves so much better than Alexander zverev and Dominic team did two years ago. Yes. That final two years ago, it gets an increasing hammering every time every time we bring it up. We're going to talk about it forever, aren't we? To be fair, they were playing in front of nobody. That must be so dystopian. Although watching it back. I guess a sour cream Azarenka weren't in there first. Final were they? And it was better quality. It's just so not real tennis, is it to be playing in front of no one? I mean, I can't believe that happen still. Who can believe any of the things that happened over the last two years happened? But I think when I watch our class, I feel like I'm looking at things that I've never seen, no matter who it is before. What are those things? Not even not even a doubt, not even Federer, not even Djokovic, not even Borg, not even McEnroe, none of them. Sampras. There's something he's got something. That doesn't mean he's going to go on wind double digit grand slams or be as great as they were. But he has a quality, he has an ability that is something new. He's brought something new to the sport. I don't know whether it's going to be a successful new because I think he actually needs to add structure to his game that he doesn't have at the moment. Because he needs to win straightforward points and straightforward matches and not always be spectacular. But the spectacular level he has speed off the mark increasing velocity of shots, gasping juicing, explosiveness, that combination of speed and sheer brute power off a fast arm. I mean, it's just nothing. I've never seen anything quite like that before. We really need to enjoy the spectacular while it is spectacular.

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"He's made him a good pro already to be a good pro at this age is and he might become even more useful to Carlos alcaraz next year. Second season syndrome target on his back. People figuring out his game and his weaknesses, PS, if there are any weaknesses, DBC on that front. Because Juan Carlos Ferrero is somebody that squeezed on in, isn't he really? Great player. He just managed to squeeze, squeeze out a Grand Slam in between. Well, before Federer took over and the doubt. But you're right between here is because I have to say when Ferrer came along, we thought this is this guy's going to be a serial winner and he reached two French Open finals. He had the really disappointing lost to Albert Costa that we often talk about. And then he won one. And then he reached the U.S. open final, which actually with his game was a heck of an achievement, really, because it wasn't players didn't have the obvious ambition to do it on both Klan hard back then. There just didn't think that was doable. I didn't think. To the degree. I mean, I think Carlos moya probably changed that viewpoint generally by reaching the Australian open final in 96, I think it was. And that really came out of the blue. But I mean, now you don't have many players who you just think play quarter with zero ambition to do anything else. Nidal has changed that a lot and he's better on this than clay, isn't he? Do you think? That's a really interesting one because I was thinking today during the match. His drop shot really wasn't working today. No. And he overused it. The overused it, yeah, that was a real just shot selection black spot. Tired, tired shot selection. And see the fatigue today, couldn't you? Yeah. A tiny glimpse of it, the way I could see the northern lights. Very pale haze in the background. And they said, oh yeah, you did. The people in charge of granted me a refund. I'm sorry. What I saw out there today, particularly in the early parts of that third set were tired shots. He then got a second. Goodness. He spent more time on court than anyone ever has to win a Grand Slam tournament. Since records began being kept. That is astonishing. And the previous record was Nadal from earlier this year. Of course it was. I mean, I am glad that he feels tired that he felt tired, but you could see there was some lacklustre arrows that you wouldn't normally see from him. But on the drop shot thing, I mean, he's got the best drop shot in tennis. That was what you were saying about the net game that I watched that same Rio final in 2019. And the drop shots just blew me away. I didn't know that I could be that excited by a drop shot, really. And I just remember being on the edge of my seat sort of thinking, I hope he plays one in this point. And I think when I think back to Madrid, you know, I was there for his whole title and Madrid courtside watching up close. The drop shot is what sticks in the forefront of my mind about that run. It was just deadly. Devastating. Combination of the power push you back and then play a drop shot. Didn't even matter if it was a brilliant drop shot because he had pushed the opponent so far back with his brute force on the previous shot. But they invariably were brilliant drop shots. So he's got that incredible weapon enclave that is blunted on hard courts. Because it bounces up, doesn't it? Actually, by the way, you know, early in the third set when I said he was, I felt he was suffering this low in energy. I'd actually went out into the public area and there was a quite a crowd around the big jumbotron with Mary carillo's commentary coming out. That'd be why then. Yeah, that's right. Very loud out of the speaker. So I went out to get a drink and I was keeping a cross it and her co commentator today, Jimmy Arias. Said, he started to telegraph that drop shot or more to the point. Kasperi Roode is starting to read it. The moment that our crest would kind of cop the wrist and you could see rude was already moving forwards. And on the clay, that didn't matter so much. They were so devastating. Even if you read it. And it was well disguised. When he's not played three 5 set matches in 6 days, he's not tired and he's not telegraphing them. I guess is it because players are standing further back on the clay as well, perhaps that is more. It's more room to hit the drop shots. Do you still on the fatigue as well, which it sounds like you saw more evidence of than I did, David. But I absolutely believe you, and I'm very, reassured by the fact that well, I think I was out might actually get tired. I do think the rest of us got a second wind and then suddenly he was off again. Yeah, because I felt it was getting a bit tired as well. And I was thinking, oh, he's coming to the net to shorten some points, maybe. Exactly. But a bit of a sacrilege. But at the same time, he was charging into the net, and that's a very explosive movement that you have to have energy for. It wasn't like he was just hanging at the back and going through the motions in rallies, which he might do if you're tired as well. He was, he was still managing to bring energy to those points. But which comes first as the charge gives you the adrenaline. I mean, I wonder whether there's a bit on that. I think he just wakes up in the morning charged with a journey. I thought he was one of those annoying people. These people. So annoying. Serenity. He talked, I think he might have talked to Spanish press conference, but Tim henman on our coverage had spoken to uncle os Ferrero earlier on today. And he had made the pretty bold decision that on the days after his extremely late finishes after his quarterfinal and semifinal, so on his off days, he didn't practice. Didn't practice at all and that really became a session. And that really is unusual, I believe. And he also decided that despite the match starting at 4 p.m. tonight, they would come in at I think they came in at 9 30, but that was arriving at 9 30. Or getting the boss at 9 30, I don't know. They probably got a car. Probably weren't on the media shuffle. But anyway. And it was so, I think it was so they didn't feel that there was lots of sort of anxious waiting around for the day to start, you know, a way to calm the nerves and make the day feel more productive somehow.

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:39 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"And there is a sort of collective holding of the breath to see whether he's going to catch whoever it is on the line. And it's like that with alcaraz setting off for a ball that is absurdly out of reach. And then suddenly he's just there. And the crowd go in waves ever increasing waves of noise and pitch as they react to it. And you can then see he's feeding off that. He loves all that because the moment he reaches one and hits a winner and he gets that raw, he's got a way of celebrating. Appealing. And sometimes he put out his chin as if to say, did you see that? Yeah. And yet also completely self aware, he knows how good he is, but is somehow not obnoxious about that. And the single finger in the air. I can't believe I just did that. Can you believe it? Did you see that? Yeah. It is extraordinary. I mean, I thought I thought Casper Ruud did Casper rude tonight, really. And I know there were those spectacular moments that maybe you wouldn't expect, but he brings you a match that there was none other than Nadal sort of freezing in the headlights. He believed he could win and he went out and he did his methodical best with some sprinkling of spectacular in there as well. He did, and I don't want to be too hard on caspar, 'cause there's plenty of plays that wouldn't have made it even close to a match tonight. But we've just, I watched that set tiebreak live in the stadium and we've just watched it again on TV. And that was very un caspar rude. You know, as you said, he brings it, that's what he does. He doesn't give much away. And he gave, he gave that tie break away. Look, had he been more solid and cross might still have won with the spectacular, but making produce the spectacular at least make him go for it. I mean, we're talking, I think there were three shanks. I found it quite similar to jabour in the tiebreak last night. She sort of stiffened up at the end of it and that's what separates the player that wins these title and the one that doesn't. A lot of the time. And look at it, she went to got three of these things. Our crazies off and running and those two of both got runner up. Results, both very creditable and both, you know, they might get over the line. I think chabert will get over the line. I think rude might sort of squeeze one in somewhere if he keeps getting himself in a position, but squeeze one in. Well, do you know what I mean? Yeah, I mean, frankly, I think if I stay in among all the aircraft stays fit everyone's just hoping to squeeze one in, frankly. Yeah, Greg russki on our Prime Video coverage who has played and lost a U.S. open final. Thinks that Casper Ruud ought to and will be having sleepless nights. About that third set and the third set about the set point and about the tiebreak. Really? And maybe that's necessary to make him better and hungrier and rude has been characterized by always sort of when everybody else sort of pats him on the back and congratulates him for raising the bar a bit more. He goes, I'm not done yet. I'm going to raise the bar a bit further. Cameron nori like so maybe that a good thing for him, but I think it's too simplistic to just go, oh, well, alcaraz is better than everybody rude did well to make it a match today. I think that's true, but I also think there's room for route to have a few regrets in there. Yeah, I agree. I think he played well. He did. He was a lot more comfortable than the Roland Garros final where Nadal's idol and I think there was an element of happy to be there. Tonight, he believed he played well. He just didn't execute in the key moment, which was the tie break. And he does have a weakness on the back end that no matter how much he seems to condition it to strengthen it, it can let him down. It can, and it does, I think he's going to keep getting better, rude. I don't know how good the back cam will get. I mean, I always remember Federer saying that he always thanked the tour, didn't he? For playing to his backhand because it made it better. And that might happen with rude a bit. I also think he'll probably might improve his serve a bit more. And I just back him to incrementally get better. As he's done throughout his career and this is the best tennis he's ever played on a hardcore, it was a tougher run to the final, I would say than what he had in Paris as well. It's a great, great week. And I don't know. I don't feel like rude really lost this match. Just think it was just that tiebreak was a moment he will regret. We're going to have to turn the TV off because we've now reached the stage of the replay on ESPN where they're showing the alcaraz hogs. And I can't handle the Juan Carlos Ferrero hug again. And I've got a bit of a wobbly lip. And he's just hugged his brother and he's just sort of pulling at the back of his brother's hair in just joy and emotion. He described him as a second father. In the interview that he gave to us on prime and just said, I wouldn't have any of this without one caller so I wrote who incidentally became world number one himself, didn't he in the U.S. open final 19 years ago, but despite losing. Despite losing it, exactly. If you've never seen one car for a play, he was a really good player and he was like a sort of version one of what alcaraz is. He had the incredible fast arm and he was really quick around the court and to think that our crisis this much better than him, I mean, if you went back 20 years and had that conversation, a man, look, you know, maybe in 20 years time, our craz will be coaching somebody that's just taking it to another level. Who knows? But that relationship is, how long have they been together, basically since the start of his pro career? Just 20 18, I think. One call is very sore mats tweet. Yeah. I'll take a look. Buys varro. I mean, they do seem very different characters to be coaching. Let's be honest. But the bond between our crews and it just seems to work. I mean, he's done a really good job with him, hasn't he? If they have a split up, I won't take it well. I mean, apart from the fact that obviously he's an immense talent and he's got to try to make him a better tennis player.

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Keep an eye out for our newsletter to enter, or if you're already a friend and you don't get the newsletter for whatever reason, email us, friends at tennis podcast up there and we'll send you the link. Catherine, it's been quite a day. Yeah, even more so now, that was like Muhammad leoni, conducting a coin toss. I'm going to say that as a compliment. Yes, lots of admin. Yes, I feel like my final Nadal and Novak Djokovic after the 2012 Australian open final waiting for Kia guy at the Australian open. To finish his speech. Although I am sitting down and they were requesting chairs then, weren't they? You are. And actually, I think we all need seats and Casper Ruud and Carlos outcrops need seats after today. I mean, it wasn't a match of that length, but we've got it on the TV right now and the intensity of the rallies that the relentlessness of it all. It was one heck of a match and it was only four sets in the end, but it was hard for it and Carlos sauerkraut is a winner. I mean, what a story. He's the youngest world number one ever in men's tennis. Yeah, it's a lot to process, isn't it? We've talked for so long now about the curve that he's been on and ahead of for so long. I can see Matt's already doing a slightly smug little smile, so I feel like we should just get the inevitable out of the way. And Matt should much should have to read out what he tweeted tonight and just own it, Matt, own your smugness, front top. I agree. Well, I said to you, I'm only smug on Twitter, and now you're making me do it on the podcast. But anyway, I will. Fine. So I tweeted in February 2018. I saw this kid play in Barcelona last year. Blew my mind a little that someone could be that good at 13. He's now got his first ATP point. And that, of course, was about Carlos Alvarez. So tonight, I tweeted, I saw this guy play in New York tonight, blew my mind that I saw that someone could be that good at 19. He's now got his first Grand Slam title and the number one ranking. It's very clever. It's too good. It's hard to give him a hard time over that, isn't it? Because he's actually quite good. The thing is, what I will always say about this, it was a true right place in the right time situation. Because honestly, anyone could have watched that Carlos Al krez in 2017 and thought that guy's amazing. He was just amazingly good. Did you tell that everybody around you was thinking that? Oh yeah. Are there rather tweets out there? Probably. From people that were there that day. I hope so. Also feeling smog. I've just made you quote yourself quoting yourself. I hate you a little bit right now. Right, let's move it on to talk about what happened tonight because. You two picked that score and you're in that result. Is that right? Yes, you team me up to be smug now. Yes, I did. Yeah, those are my passing words before jogging off into the New York night. Yesterday, alcaraz in fall. But and yet it still was quite precarious, I thought. I mean, we've just watched the third set tiebreak. Now, throughout that third set. So the story of the match is our crows wins the first set 6 four. And then he has a real low and energy low and the opposites happen into rude. Roots playing well. He wins the second set 6 two. The third set is the heart of the map. The match. That's I'm not saying that's the turning point in terms of if root had won at our crowds, wouldn't have come back. He might have done. But once our crowds had won a set that times he was second best in he was having, again, he looked like he almost needed some chocolate or something to just get him going. I mean, hardly surprising after three successive 5 set matches. But I mean, we're either of you thinking this could be rude now in that third set. The whole thing. Honestly no. I don't think there was ever a point in the match where I would have put rude wind probability and to use a very du jour turn of phrase. Higher than our crazies. Obviously there were moments in that third set. When I rated Reid's chances more highly than at other points in the match, for sure, but there was never a moment where I thought, in your words, David, this could be rude. I mean, obviously, at any stage, it could have been rude, but I was always feeling alkalis tonight, because yes, he had that energy dip and a few lulls, but basically he showed up. Carlos alcaraz, he showed up, he wasn't paralyzed by nerves and occasion and the momentous Ness of it all. He wasn't paralyzed by the stakes. And PS neither was Casper Ruud, but take away all of that, Al graz is a better tennis player. Anna, it always felt like that was pretty much what it would come down to tonight. It felt like just felt like a tennis match, really.

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sports from around the world. Here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. In European football all Premier League matches this weekend were postponed due to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Meanwhile, in La Liga, Real Madrid dominates Majorca four to one while in Syria, Juventus can only play similar itala to a tool draw dalian stadium. The U.S. open men's final is over with third sea to Carlos alcaraz winning his first Grand Slam, knocking off 50 CD Casper in four sets. The 19 year old alcaraz with the wind becomes the youngest world's number one men's player in history. Rude is now lost in the finals of the U.S. open and the French Open last year before today's loss. NFL Sunday Night football it is the Dallas Cowboys hosting Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa last season went 13 and four while Dallas went 12 and 5. Earlier today it was the Baltimore Ravens knocking off the New York Jets 24 to 9 New England falls at Miami 20 to 7 in other local action it was Washington knocking off Jacksonville 20 to 22. San Francisco falls to the Chicago Bears 19 to ten on the Giants come back from a 13 zero halftime deficit and knock off the Tennessee Titans 21 to 20. Finally, the university of Nebraska firing head football coach Scott frost, a day after the huskers embarrassing home lost to Georgia southern 45 to 42, despite being three touchdown favorites across the former Nebraska quarterback great under legendary head coach Tom Osborne will be paid his $15 million buyout after compiling a record of 16 and 31 while in Lincoln. Before going into Nebraska frost wet 19 and 7 at Central Florida. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op 8. 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

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Alcaraz makes history with his first US Open title -- and it's only the beginning

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Alcaraz makes history with his first US Open title -- and it's only the beginning

"Spain's Carlos alcaraz has written himself into the tennis history books by securing his first major win at the U.S. open the 19 year old Spaniard became the first teenager to reach the top of the ATP world rankings and he did it by toughing at another lengthy New York battle securing the three hour and 20 minutes like fest over Norway's Casper road 6 four two 6 7 6 6 three Alcaraz had reached his first Grand Slam title on the back of three consecutive 5 set battles but still somehow had

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We crossed the Dan Schwartzman sedan the men's championship at the U.S. open is on the verge of wrapping up. Yeah, how about this third seed Carlos alcaraz is literally one game away from taking it and he's only 19 years old. He leaves 50 Casper two sets to one and 5 three in the fourth set. He took the first one 6 four rude the second one 6 two, I'll grab the tiebreaker 7 6 in the third and again in the fourth he leads 5 to three neither one of these two great young tennis players has ever won a Grand Slam, outcrops making his first final route having lost previously in the finals of the open, the U.S. open and the French Open both last year. You wait for moving the rangers Napoli Champions League group stage match from Tuesday to Wednesday this week due to lack of security personnel available with resources set aside for national events planned after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and aptly fans will not be allowed to attend Wednesday's matching Alaska Scotland while rangers fans will not be able to attend the return leg in Naples in the name of fairness. It was the first Sunday of the NFL season the New York Giants coming back from a 13 zero halftime deficit, they shocked the Titans in Tennessee 21 to 20 other local teams in action, the Baltimore Ravens, beating the New York Jets 24 to 9, the Patriots losing at the dolphins 20 to 7. It was Washington getting past Jacksonville 28 to 22 San Francisco falls at the Chicago Bears 19 to ten. Good NFC matchup coming up in about an hour on and Sunday Night football. It's the Dallas Cowboys hosting Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa last year going 13 and four the cowboys were 12 and 5. College football news university of Nebraska firing head football coach Scott frost today after the huskers embarrassing home loss to Georgia southern 45 to 42 despite being three touchdown favorites

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"Commanders kicking off their NFL season on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock hosting, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Nationals are trying to avoid the sweep on Sunday afternoon after losing to the Phillies 8 to 5 joy meneses. Two run Homer for the nationals in the lost Bryce Harper had a two run dinger for the Phillies. Orioles got thrashed by the Red Sox 17 four. Albert Pujols, Homer number 6 96 moves into a tie for fourth all time on the home run list. D.C. United draws zero zero at rail saw Lake NWSL. It was the spirit beating San Diego for three U.S. open women's final iga Shui tech takes the title men's final on Sunday Casper versus Carlos alcaraz from New York, Frank Anne ran WTO sports. Tom stories are following this morning on WTO Britain's late Queen Elizabeth, leads her balmoral cast of castle for the last time, and just under two hours the queen's body will be transported to Edinburgh, the Scottish capital to lie there briefly before returning to London tomorrow, her safe funeral will be a week from Monday. CBS News reports a new grand jury subpoenas dropping for several associates of former president Trump. This part of an investigation of the investigation should say reportedly centers on fundraising activities by the Trump team and associates following the 2020 election. Ukrainian forces launch an offensive which apparently caught Russian forces flat footed. Russia's defense ministry acknowledging now that forces are pulling back in the eastern kharkiv region after Ukrainian defenders made some significant advances. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. It's three 17. It is a world famous landmark on the banks of the Potomac in D.C.. But a new exhibit at the Kennedy Center answers a central question. What is the connection between president John F. Kennedy and the arts? I've seen many great exhibitions in Washington and many great museums, but this one is really at the top. Kennedy Center board member and philanthropist David Rubenstein spoke at the unveiling of the new exhibit art and ideals, president John F. Kennedy. It spotlights how the former president championed the arts and Rubenstein says it will introduce JFK's role to future generations. And my children others will now say now I understand why the Kennedy Center is named for president Kennedy. Now I can see why he deserved to have this name after him. The permanent exhibit will open September 17th and will be free to the public. At the Kennedy Center Kate Ryan, WTO news

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:42 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:42 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Major League Baseball will look different next season This after changes announced Friday aimed at speeding up the game they include a pitch clock and limits on defensive shifts In action on the field the braves are now in first place in the national league yeast by a half game over the mets Atlanta did its leapfrogging by winning at Seattle 6 four while New York fell to Miami 6 three one of the NL wild card contenders the Phillies helped themselves by defeating Washington 5 to three Starter and winter Noah syndergaard Really had a lot of time to evaluate my start I was just focused on going out there and collecting out and trying to do my best at executing all my pitches In the American League the tightest races in the central division Cleveland expanded its lead over the third place twins to two and a half games by winning at Minnesota 7 6 The White Sox find themselves in second one and a half games back after doing all their scoring in the 9th to beat Oakland 5 three Meanwhile Tampa Bay pulled it within three and a half games of the Yankees in the east by defeating The Bronx bombers four to two rays starter and winner drew Rasmussen And there's no point in looking at the standings you know is just one of those things where we're showing up we're playing confidently and whatever happens at the end of the day happens Tennis are high drama night at the U.S. open Gray magar's reports Spain's Carlos alcaraz has ended the amazing run of Francis tiafoe to move into his first U.S. open final the Spanish teenager battle for fight sets subduing a late match to alpha resurgence before finally closing out the roller coaster four hour and 19 minute battle 6 three in the last The American side of the match point in the fourth and two more in the 5th before finally conceding Alcaraz faces Norway's Casper Ruud in the final Pro football Baltimore GM Eric Acosta says the ravens and Lamar Jackson still haven't reached agreement on a contract extension and will resume talks after the season Bruce Morton AP sports

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"And white. Think red, 7 15 here's Frank hanrahan. A breakthrough tournament that will not be forgotten for Francis tiafoe falls in the semifinals of the U.S. open to Carlos alcaraz 6 three in a decisive 5th set. Tiafoe fought off a match point in the fourth set to win in a tie break, but in the end alcaraz just too good. Frustrating loss even though it was an incredible performance from tiafoe. Carlos tonight, I gave everything I had, I gave everything I had for the last two weeks. You know, honestly, I came here when U.S. open, I feel like I'll let you guys down. This one really hurts. It's not really, very hurts. It did hurt, but tiafoe did say that one day he's going to win the U.S. open now, alcaraz will play Casper Ruud for the men's title on Sunday, the winner becomes the new number one in men's tennis. Baseball. Nationals fall at the Phillies 5 to three Patrick Corbin took the laws allowed Fiverr and runs, struck out two, gave up two homers, Alex call with a Homer for the nationals, saying to again Saturday from Philadelphia. The Orioles winners over the Red Sox three to two yards, commanders getting closer, open or against Jacksonville Sunday, but no safety cam curl he's out with a thumb injury as the commanders are a slight favorite over the Jags week one, NFL. Francis Diaz run is over at the U.S. open. Frank Han ran WTO sports. The top stories were following for you on WTO, King Charles was officially announced as Britain's monarch in a ceremony today. He automatically became king when his mother Queen Elizabeth died, but the ceremony

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"Open comes to a close at the semifinals falling in a dramatic 5th set to Carlos alcaraz of Spain. Tiafoe showed very well. His father's run ever at a major afterwards, clearly disappointed in the outcome. Carlos man, you're gonna win a lot of grand slams, your hell of a player held in person. I'm happy I got to share the court in such a big state. You do. I'm going to come back and I will win this thing one day. I'm sorry, guys. No need to apologize in New York City for Francis tiafoe. Now alcaraz advances to the finals to face Casper Ruud on Sunday the winner becomes the new number one in men's tennis. Baseball nationals fall at the Phillies 5 to three Patrick Corbin takes his 18th loss of the year, giving up two homers Alex call with a Homer for the nationals. The Orioles are winners beating the Red Sox three to two at camp, and yards are getting closer to the commanders opener against Jacksonville on Sunday at 1 o'clock, but the team will not have starting safety cam curl. He's out with a thumb injury. Washington is a slight two and a half point favorite over the Jaguars on Sunday. Again, Francis tiafoe falls, but it was a heroic effort losing to Carlos alcaraz in the semifinals of the U.S. open. Frank and ran WTO sports. The top stories were following for you today on WTO, new I 66 express lanes are set to open around midday today. They run between centerville and Gainesville and they'll be free at first. Prince George's county says it'll be enforcing its curfew of anyone under at 17 out past midnight by first simply telling them to go home. A second violation will mean a call to a parent to come pick their kid up. Allowed in county father whose daughter was assaulted at school was arrested at a school board meeting and is now appealing a disorderly conduct conviction. A prosecutor from outside loudoun county has been picked to handle the case. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. After a child was struck and killed by a car outside of his school, his family is now suing. And he wanted to show you everything like, auntie, I got, I got on a roll, I got straight a's. 9 year old caden greens aren't remembers him as a fun loving elementary school student at the kip D.C. honor academy in southeast. Kate died in June after being hit by a car outside the southeast school in December as family is now suing kip D.C. and a security company and calling for safety improvements at the school. In a statement to WTO P, kip D.C. says they continue to mourn cadence passing, but due to the pending legal matter, they're unable to say more. Annalisa Gail WTO news. It's 6 48. Traffic

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"Open comes to a close at the semifinals following an a dramatic 5th set to Carlos alcaraz of Spain. Tiafoe showed very well. His father's run ever at a major afterwards, clearly disappointed in the outcome. You're going to win a lot of grand slams your hell of a player held in person. I'm happy I got to share the court in such a big state. We do. I'm going to come back and I will witness thing one day. I'm sorry, guys. No need to apologize in New York City for Francis tiafoe. Now alcaraz advances to the finals to face Casper Ruud on Sunday, the winner becomes the new number one in men's tennis. Baseball nationals fall at the Phillies 5 to three Patrick Corbin takes his 18th loss of the year, giving up two homers Alex call with a Homer for the nationals. The Orioles are winners beating the Red Sox three to two at camp, and yards are getting closer to the commander's opener against Jacksonville on Sunday at 1 o'clock, but the team will not have starting safety cam curl. He's out with a thumb injury, Washington is a slight two and a half point favorite over the Jaguars on Sunday. Again, Francis tiafoe falls, but it was a heroic effort losing to Carlos alcaraz in the semifinals of the U.S. open. Frank and ran WTO sports. All right, thanks for making as always three 47 Saturday morning. It is September 10th. Glad you're with us here at WTO fee. Along with our stories we're following for you with TLP this 3 a.m. hour King Charles the third, delivering this week his first address ever as the new British monarch following the death this week also of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. I too know solemnly pledged myself throughout the remaining time God grants me. To uphold the constitutional principles at the heart of our nation. Here at home the long awaited new express lanes

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"Frankie. The amazing run of Francis tiafoe at the U.S. open comes to a close at the semifinals following in a dramatic 5th set to Carlos alcaraz of Spain. Tiafoe showed very well. His father's run ever at a major afterwards, clearly disappointed in the outcome. You're going to win a lot of grand slams your hell of a player held in person. I'm happy I got to get a core and such a big state. We do. I'm going to come back and I will win this thing one day. I'm sorry, guys. No need to apologize in New York City for Francis tiafoe. Now alcaraz advances to the finals to face Casper Ruud on Sunday, the winner becomes the new number one in men's tennis. Baseball nationals fall at the Phillies 5 to three Patrick Corbin takes his 18th loss of the year, giving up two homers Alex call with a Homer for the nationals. The Orioles and winners beating the Red Sox three to two at camp and yards are getting closer to the commander's opener against Jacksonville on Sunday at 1 o'clock, but the team will not have starting safety cam curl. He's out with a thumb injury. Washington is a slight two and a half point favorite over the Jaguars on Sunday. Again, Francis tiafoe falls, but it was a heroic effort losing to Carlos alcaraz in the semifinals of the U.S. open. Frank and ran WTO sports. All right, thanks for making us always. Saturday morning to 1246, welcome in. Bunga chop stories were following for you at WTO P this midnight hour. It was an emotional King Charles this week, King Charles the third speaking to the citizens in Britain for the first time actually as monarch, a day after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. I shall endeavor to serve you with loyalty, respect, and love. As I have throughout my life. At age 73, Charles is the oldest person ever to ascend to the British throne during his speech. He also expressed his love for prince Harry and Meghan, who have been on the outs with the royal family. The news of the Justice Department and former president Trump's lawyers have officially we're told submitted their proposed candidates to serve as special master of the beryl locko probe. The two sides still at odds this morning how the process actually should work and what the scope of duty should be. Stay tuned. Here at home the new express lanes along I 66 from route 28 and centerville to route 29 in Gainesville are set to open later today this Saturday. Virginia transportation officials say the new express lanes should help with the backups in that stretch of roadway. The toll lanes will be free for everyone until late September. Say what WTO be for more on these developing stories in minutes. At EC man appeared locally in court Friday in connection to the death of the mother of his infant son at the time she was killed, she faced charges of leaving the child's remains in the trash. Carl B Jones pleaded guilty in D.C. superior court to the stabbing death of 39 year old ladonia Boggs, the mother of his two month old son. According to D.C. prosecutors, Jones went to boxes apartment in April and the two argued over the death of their son who died nearly a year before. At the time of her death, Boggs was facing charges of tampering with evidence for putting the baby's remains in the trash after the infant died. Jones pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and a weapons charge in Boggs killing and could be sentenced to up to 9 years in prison. Kate Ryan, WTO news. Saturday morning September 10th, welcome to WTO

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Alcaraz stops Tiafoe's US Open run for 1st Grand Slam final

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Alcaraz stops Tiafoe's US Open run for 1st Grand Slam final

"Spain's Carlos alcaraz has ended the amazing run of Francis tiafoe to move into his first U.S. open final the Spanish teenager battle for fight sets subduing a late match to alpha resurgence before finally closing out the roller coaster four hour and 19 minute battle 6 three in the last The American saved the match point in the fourth and two more in the 5th before finally conceding Alcaraz now takes on the 5th stage caspar rude He advanced to his second major finale with a four set win over the Russian Karen catch enough The two will now battle for the title and the world number one ranking I'm Graham agar's

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on WTOP

"This Sunday, Shannon bream is the new host of Fox News Sunday. I've had this front row seat to history for the last 15 years. The policies that are set here in the nation's capital affect everybody living in this country. Now, a proud Sunday morning tradition continues. I think for a lot of people, it sets the tone for the week. I'm excited to have these longer form conversations where you really dig into what matters and to really call people to tasks. Don't miss in and bring them as she hosts, Fox News Sunday, starting this Sunday. Sports at 15 and 45, powered by maximus. Moving people and innovation forward. About 45, here's Frank hanrahan. All eyes on Francis tiafoe from Heinz film and semifinal against Spain's Carlos alcaraz, U.S. open tonight, just after 7 o'clock tiafoe trying to become the first U.S. man to win a major since 2003s got two matches to do that, but it starts with the semifinal just after 7 or so we hope because this other semifinal whenever that ends is when Francis will play Casper Ruud is up two sets to one on Karen catching off as they play now in the fourth set. Counting down to the home opener against Jacksonville for the commanders who unveiled their uniform, look for Sunday's game against those Jaguars, white jerseys, burgundy pants, White Sox, brand new nickname, let's see if it's the old Washington football team. They place face a team they should beat on paper favorite by about three. Baseball tonight adds that the Phillies, Orioles get a visit from the Red Sox, and Major League Baseball is going to look and probably be faster next year, league is going to implement a pitch clock, banned defensive shifts, and they're going to make the basis a little bit bigger. That will be interesting. Frank Anne ran WTO sports

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Wimbledon wild-card entry steals set, not win, from Djokovic

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Wimbledon wild-card entry steals set, not win, from Djokovic

"Novak Djokovic had his hands full before reaching the men's quarterfinals at Wimbledon Djokovic split his first two sets against Djokovic split his first two sets against Tom van Wright hoven a player ranked 104th who hadn't earned any of his 8 tour level victories before last month The number one seed took the first three games of the third set and completed a 6 two four 6 6 two 6 one victory Yannick sinner also reached the quarters with a four sets win over number 5 Carlos alcaraz Cam nori knocked out Tommy Paul in straight sets and David Goffin won the last two sets in a 5 setter against Francis TFO I'm Dave

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 2-time Wimbledon champ Murray loses to Isner in 2nd round

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

2-time Wimbledon champ Murray loses to Isner in 2nd round

"And Emma rata were eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon Murray disappointed the crowd by losing to American John Isner in four sets Isner had been zero and 8 versus the two time Wimbledon champion Radio can who was asked by Caroline Garcia in straight sets Three time defending champ Novak Djokovic and number 5 Carlos alcaraz won their second round matches while number three Casper Roode fell Women's second seat at net cultivate and number 9 gardenia muguruza were defeated I'm Dave

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

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"carlos alcaraz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The club's sale by the United Kingdom government The Premier League had first approved the purchase of Chelsea on Tuesday for 4.25 billion pounds but government approval was necessary for the sale to be finalized As Liverpool prepares for Saturday's Champions League Final versus Real Madrid the red's getting some big news to star Ford Mohamed Salah says he will be staying in the field next season and not looking for a move this summer The 29 year old will be in the final year of his contract next season and has not come to terms yet on a new deal At the French Open another major upset has 14 Maria sakari loses a trade set to Carolina mocho while 12 seed Emma raducan who is ousted in three sets by alien Sandra ces novich Big names do advance though as 15 seed Victoria Azarenka 21st seeded Angelique Kerber along with the Americans coco Goff and Amanda nice mova I'll move on Looking at the men shrub a few big scares 30 delays here zverev and 60 Carlos alcaraz both eating 5 sets of advance Meanwhile topsy Novak Djokovic 50 rapping Adele 19 Felix aux alias sima and since he'd Cameron nori all move on to the third round In the NBA the Eastern Conference Finals resume as Miami Heat are hosting the Boston Celtics with a series tied at two games apiece Boston is coming off a 20 point win over the heat in game four I'm the schwarzman 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 take This is a Bloomberg business live It's the penultimate to trading day of the week for Asia and we are looking for a positive open then what's behind it essentially the rally that we had in the afternoon in the United States That came about as the federal reserves that set of latest minutes struck perhaps and arguably a less hawkish note than some market participants had actually been looking for here As a result we got futures on the up for Japan Australia and Hong Kong But certainly we did see a bit of a bit of volatility again in the wake of the release of the FOMC minutes and risk sentiment ultimately got a bit of a boost and this is really all down to fed officials and or at least most of them agreeing to really at the moment Perhaps Titan in 50 basis points steps over the next couple of meetings that means that it was a bit of comfort from those people out there who thought that maybe we'd be looking at perhaps a more aggressive path being mapped out to tackle elevated prices Still volatility continues to spike over the risk of a well a deep U.S. slowdown or even a recession also of course you got the impact from China's lockdowns and behind it all of course and simir simmering away is the war in Eastern Europe Chinese stocks started to get a boost after we saw a Premier League change surprisingly saying that the Chinese economy is in some respects faring worse than in 2020 Of course that's when the pandemic first emerged We're looking also of course that interest rate move to the upside out of soul South Korean race expected to rise 25 basis points to 1.75% and that's something 9 30 p.m. Wall Street time All right we do check markets every 15 minutes Let's get over now to Ed Baxter Having a look at some of those global news headlights All right thank you Richard Two years to the day since George Floyd's death president Joe Biden has signed an executive order aimed at law enforcement accountability The toll from yesterday's Texas.

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