18 Burst results for "Carlos Moya"

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Well, hello and thank you to the dulcet tones of our wonderful, wonderful listener, Steve armor, who was just introduced the show there. We love you all, but he is one of our very favorite listeners. He sends us emails that make us cry on a semi regular basis and it's very fitting that he should be the one to introduce this our tenth anniversary show. This day, ten years ago, David and I was sat in David's parents dining room, making audio history. Yeah, trying to work out other microphones worked. Two different microphones. Sounded completely different from each other, but you know. How are they celebrating their tenth anniversary? I hear you ask, well, I've worn my jazziest eyeshadow. Matt has worn his jazziest shirt. David woke up extra early to listen to episode one. Correct. Did you? Yeah. How was that? It was, I thought it was all right. To be honest, you know, I might have come back for episode two, especially since Carlos moya was in it. Gaston gaudio is an episode too. That pulled the punt is in. Anyway, there's more, folks. There is more. Because joining us for this tenth anniversary episode is a woman that we all still can't really believe we get to call our friend and the 1977 French Open mixed doubles champion. It's only merry carillo folks. I'm delighted to be a 45 years ago. Some Italian journalists told me that the other day. And he said, how does that feel? I said it feels like it was a long longer. Yeah, yeah. Do you know the date when is your, when is your anniversary? Will you and John B not a clue in the clue back? Will you also have champagne and madeleines with candles in? Like we're doing right now? I'm guessing no. Should I tell David the omelet story? Yes, please. All right, so David, so 45 years ago, John's 18, I'm 20 years old. First time either one of us has ever been to Paris, not one of us has any French. Three of our friends from Douglas in this tiny little town, I ended up introducing them to the late grade, but Collins, and he said, which one of you is the mayor? Anyway. Anyway, we go to just have breakfast at one of those outdoor cafes. And no one's coming to help us. No one's coming to wait on us. And the only thing I knew how to say is omelet de fromage. Okay? Which. It's a strong order. So all we wanted.

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"This is correct. So you have reached par for the courts Kim. But it wasn't Toronto. It was Cincinnati, but I didn't put that as a stipulation, so you have reached par for the courts for easy mode. Yes. Zverev was the Cincinnati champion back in back in last year. So there are two left Toronto and Paris, any ideas? Oh, Paris Paris Paris. All I can think of is Jack sock, but that was like four or 5 years ago. I know he didn't win. It's got to be Novak Djokovic, isn't it? He must have won one of them. Right? It is. It is Novak Djokovic. Novak Djokovic won Paris. We just put out of our minds and we forget. I know. But it's so common, right? Yeah. So yeah, Paris was Djokovic and then Toronto champion. Was it someone like Yannick sinner? No. Someone of that sort of ilk. Oh, caspar rude? Caspar rude? Yeah, maybe? Kim, it's Daniel Medvedev. I don't know how. I know he's gone off to have like a hernia operation, but I didn't realize he had gone from your mind. So quickly. Well, you know, they've got to keep up to date. They've forgotten so easily these days, aren't they? No, okay, sorry, Danielle. Sorry. But yeah, did he win that two years in a row? Oh, I mean, he won, he would have won the Rogers, oh, I'm getting my years mixed up. 2019 was his ridiculous U.S. open swing. So what's the hard part of the court? And I'm sure our list is very exactly asking the same question, Kim. The hard part to this is this happened, so 8 different masters 1000 champions. The last time that happened was across 2001 and 2002, it happened during Hamburg, Montreal, Cincinnati, Stuttgart, Paris, Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo. It happened so long ago. There are some masters events there that don't actually exist anymore. And again, this is for you and our listeners very, very tricky. Can you name any of the 8 masters champions from that stretch from 2001 to 2002. Now, I know this is very difficult, so I'm actually going to give you some clues in terms of nationalities for you and our listeners. So are you ready for the nationalities? Yes, let's go for it. So I'm looking for two Spanish players, a Romanian, a Brazilian, a German, a French man, an Australian, and an American. I've just jotted that down on the computer, so okay. Right. You did this. You did a similar one, didn't you recently where you gave us the nationality? Okay. This is much tougher. So she's very tough. So very tough. And because it is tough, I'm not going to ask for 6 out of 8. I'm not even going to ask for four out of 8. I'm going to ask for just three out of 8. I'm going less than 50% here because this is very, very tough for you and our listeners. I think this is like the lowest I've ever set the bar for par for the courts, but three out of 8. I think I can do it. I think three is fine. So I'm going to go with number one, Google, Google. It's got to be for Brazil, right? Correct. Yes, that is correct. So gustave curtain is the Brazilian yeah, that is right. So the Australian could be either latent here or Mark philippus, I'm going to the Spaniard could be Carlos moya, but it could be one cause for railroad. Or it could even be Albert Costa would that be oh, Tommy robredo or I'm going to say Carlos moya, that's my second. Incorrect..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

09:41 min | 5 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Move on to par for the courts before we get on to all of the news and gossip and previews. One of our listeners actually did say that I should do the quiz for you today, Joel, seeing as your slightly hungover after your Christmas Day. But I think you've actually got one for me. So yeah, I have and I'm going to make it as painful for you as no, I'm joking. You can lower you can lower the past score for me, maybe. And then I can just ace it. Yeah, no, I do have another path for the courts for you and our listeners. And again, it is related to number one rankings. It will involve it's quite difficult. So I'm going to give you some clues along the way as well. But what I my topic for you and for our listeners this week is it's been over 18 years. Since someone not named Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, will rank number one. We spoke about this last week, which is just crazy, crazy, crazy sock. But what I want to know Kim is who was in the top ten. The last time that happened, so there are ten players, February 1st, 2004 in the ATP rankings. And I want you to guess how many of those you know for back in 2004 to help you. I am going to give you their nationalities. So you've got an American, you've got a Swiss, you've got a Spaniard. You've got another American. You've got an Argentinian. You've got a German, you've got another Spaniard. You've got another Argentinian. You've got an Aussie. And you've got a French man. Okay. I'm just sort of typing these down as you say. So, okay, so this is before roger Raphael. So 2004, February 1st. And I know this is quite difficult, so I've given you the countries. So I'll say them again. USA, Switzerland, Spain, USA, Argentina, Germany, Spain, Argentina, Australia, France, and I'm going to set the past score at 5 out of ten. I'm going to give you 50%. Okay, this is probably the toughest part of the court yet because I wasn't even following tennis in 2004. Apart from, well, apart from Wimbledon, Tim henman. As you do, as one did back in the day, okay, right, let's do this. So Switzerland has got to be Roger Federer because it where he wouldn't have been number one, and he must have been in the top ten. At this time. Correct. Roger Federer, he was ranked number two. So the Australian must have been late in Europe, I would imagine. Leighton Hewitt? Yeah. Incorrect. Didn't he win Wimbledon like? I don't know where Leighton knew it was, but he wasn't in the top ten. No. So, okay. If you've had said Mark philippoussis, it would have been correct came. Okay, so I'm obviously not getting past school, but I'll carry on and see where we get come on listeners we can do this. Carlos moya for Spain. Yes, you could have given me Carlos moya yet. Juan Carlos Ferrero? You could have given me one call a story, Kim. Yes. Argentina must be now bandy and yes, you could have given me David nalbandian. Make me hear it really does on you in, hasn't he? Honestly. The other Argentinian I'm thinking it must be are they both Argentine? Gaston gaudio. And I'm thinking of Puerto, although there was courier. Oh, Gaston gaudio? Was he no less? No. No Gaston gaudio. Gael corriere is correct though. So he was ranked number 5. Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras would be the Americans. Andre Agassi is correct. He was four. The other American actually was not Pete Sampras. The other American was Andy Roddick, yes, he was the last, well, obviously Medvedev now, but yeah, back then he was the number one ranked player Andy Roddick. Oh gosh, of course. Sorry, Roddick. And then two left, a French man. And a German. Oh, Tommy Haas, for Germany, surely. Not a bad shout, but incorrect. Nicholas kiefer? No. Nope. I'll be very impressed if you get the German and any of our listeners actually get the German player. And the French man as well is the French man is too early for songa. Oh, maybe it's like arno clemons. Oh, that is very much the right era. It's a bastion. Did he ever get to the top? Don't you remember him? Not Sebastian lodger, but it is a Sebastian. Oh, Sebastian. Oh. Nate, I'm going to have to give out. Okay. Sebastian Grosjean. Grosjean was in number ten position and the final one, the German and listeners a little applause if you were able to get this rhino shutler. I do remember seeing him at Wimbledon a few years after that. He was ranked number 6 in the world. Which I completely forgot about until right now, but yeah, he was pretty handy player. I always remember Sebastian Grosjean. I swear he played Tim henman like a thousand times at Wimbledon. But great, yeah, great double handed backhand. But yeah, those were all ten. Roddick, Federer, Ferrero, agassiz, courier shutler, moya. Now bandy and philippoussis and Grosjean. Fantastic. That's very interesting, Joel. Thank you for that part of the course. That's definitely the hardest one. I will be ruining Leighton Hewitt's inability to stay in the top ten come February 2004. I'm wonder if he got back into the top ten after that I'm sure he would have done, but we shall see. We do have a passing shot mailbag as well this week. We had quite a few questions come in. So thank you everyone who did send them in. But Emma has been chosen this week. She got in touch via email. Hello, Joel and Kim, following on from Yelena oster penko, rediscovering her French Open Grand Slam winning form from 2017 this season. Which single slam women's champion, would you next like to see magically find their form again and have a resurgence back up the rankings? So obviously, the Austrian guy won a tournament recently getting to that form of her. Back in the top ten, doing really well again. Who are you kind of going for Joel with this one? Because there's individuals just single slam champions. Still on the tour that aren't quite up there right at this moment. Yeah, I mean, Emma radda khanu obviously is the answer on everyone's lips, right? No. It's way too recent Joe. Way too recent. Yeah, no, I'm going to go, I'm going to go for Sofia kennan. Mainly because her form at the moment is shocking. She lost in the first round. I think today to had admire, she hit like 70 odd unforced errors. I feel like she's in a bad place at the moment with her with her form. I don't know what's going on with it in her camp. But it's not good and it's complete worlds away from where she was at when she did win her when she did win a maiden Grand Slam title. And given how far I think she's fallen from the tree. For me, I want to see a miracle worker come into the comment is Kennedy team and get her back up and be that fiery, no nonsense player that I think we just, you know, we see now more, I think, in Danielle Collins at the top of the rankings, but I still think there's room for Kenyan and I don't like to see how the decline has been so quick and so rapid that, yeah, I've just been a bit kind of shocked by it and you know, I don't think it's obviously going to be easy. I think she can do it. And I think she will take confidence from players like oster penko, who have done it, Stevens also has found some form. So yeah, for me kenin is my pick who I'd like to see kind of have a bit of a resurgence. But if I'm being quite honest, I can't see it happening anytime soon. Yeah, I would agree with you on all fronts, you know, I'd love to see her back up there..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"In the Dow set him up for the kind of point he wanted to play and then tried to finish it at the net and he ended up being passed, and I think Medvedev is an absolute master of ending up turning the tables with one passing shot few sort of big strides across the court and suddenly this amazing improvisation low down with the ground strokes, whether it's scooping a backhand down the line or whatever it might be. I think he's maybe the best at that. And it reminded me in the second set because he created a lot of chances there Nadal and he should have won that second set in the end because of how creative he was. He won the 40 stroke rally with that absurd cross court short angled backend chip, which I mean, I was off my seat, watching that. As they just stood there, taking it all in and the crowd were on their feet. And it reminded me of eavesdropping a conversation. Many years ago, between Jim Courier and mats the lander where they compared notes about moments in their careers when what they were able to do to other opponents suddenly stopped working. And that's what it felt like at this point that everything the Dow's got has no effect on this guy. He's reached 35 years of age, he's up against somebody who's at his peak and he's kind of better at him on a hardcore than he is at what he's trying to do and so Nadal and what career and vanadis saying and courier used an example of a win over a very young merit safin in which Korea lost the first set 6 love in the Davis Cup, and he said, suddenly I had to just abandon my normal game and start chipping short slices, which is not my guy him at all. But I turn the tables I found a way to win, and that's what Nadal started to try to do all the way through in those first couple of sets, and he's so nearly did it. And when he's two sets of love down, my kids left the living room that watched every single point up until that point. That was an 84 minute set. We'd all get everybody had given up that this was going to be a contest at this point. I think I certainly I was going to watch it all. I was going to watch the crowning moment from Dunham Medvedev. There's no chance that Rafael Nadal is coming back from two sets of love down is how I felt really. But it was very interesting to watch Nadal walk out onto the court after that third set. He suddenly looked like it was a new match. I mean, he had been perspiring in the first two sets. In a really unhealthy looking way. I mean, he sweats a lot as it is, but they were having to come out with towels to clean up his sweat before he served because he was slipping on his own sweat. And it was like it was raining down on his toes. David in his first service game. Yeah. The kids would walk. The second game of the match, he was requiring a sweat ball. Yeah, I mean, he would hit a forehand and they show it in slow motion afterwards and the kids would go as this sweat would go sort of slinging off his body. But in that third set, I think I saw something from the Dow that I've never seen before. Is it two three? His love 40s save the four break points with real defiance, brilliance, and he got himself ahead at 5 four, and what happened was he's got Medvedev where he wants him in this set. And he's got himself a chance to win the set, and he misses it, what is for him a straightforward shot? For the first time, I think I've ever seen. He looks over at a coach as if to say, what can I do? What more can I do? I don't know. He was panicking. He was sort of really worried about the situation just very momentarily, and you saw Carlos moya, just roll his hands over towards him as if to say, keep going. Don't stop. Don't don't look back. Don't consider what's just happening. And if you think of Nadal was over as the rocky stood stood beneath him ready to tell tales on him to the umpire. Well, I tell you, I mean, you know, it wasn't obviously a tactical thing. It was just an emotional thing, because I've always thought Nadal is the best in the moment player I've ever seen, ever able to put something behind him. But in that moment, he just looks so fed up. But he dusted himself down and on the second set point, he won it, and he was back to two sets to one, and it really was game on at that point. And now we approach the portion of the match that nobody really remembers because it's all just a blur. It emotion and anxiety and just cook for for mutton me and I'm sure to an extent David for you on the TV. I mean, the noise would have come across, but just cacophony and just the wildness of that atmosphere and it will come on to talk about the crowd in relation to Medvedev later. Don't worry, we will do that, but just as Raphael Nadal obviously smelt blood and sends the opportunity so the crowd did as well. There was this tremendous sense momentum. And my resounding memory of the fourth set was the new method of starting to make or not starting to continuously making completely bonkers decisions on the court. He had gone about two and a half sets without making an error just hitting this perfect laser like length, you know, guiding the ball around the court. Never really get, you know, the odd bit of a bit of ruffalo with the crowd because, you know, there were some calls between serves and when players were in particular deal Medvedev was going to serve..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Oh. I can say not so. Okay. I thought it was like 2000 and there was so many easier answers you could have given me. I know. I've just quickly, I know I've lost. Okay. But I will say everyone else. Leighton Hewitt. Yes, you could have said late in here, yes. Andy Roddick. Yes, Andy Roddick could have been a correct answer. Agassi? Yes. Yes, I guess he was the first one, yes. Pete Sampras. Pete Sampras, yes. Oh, Thomas Johansson. Yes, very good. Yes. Am I missing someone more recent? I think I'm missing someone no. Oh, Andy Murray. Yes, exactly. You can talk about it Andy Murray. Yes. Oh, pat not pat rafter. Already is a bitch. Yes, gore and even a switch correct. Wimbledon? How many have I caught now? You were saying, one, two, three. Oh, and you'll be gaudio? Did gaudio west? That is correct. I mean, this all doesn't matter, 'cause you said Carlos moya. I know, I know. I'm almost angry that you went for Carlos moya and then gave me all these correct answers. But yes, have you got any more? Or I'm going to have to hurry you. I think you'll have to relieve me now, Joel. Yeah. I mean, you didn't say Dominic team. Oh yeah. I mean, that just shows how that just shows how long he's been off the tour, I feel. Hopefully we'll see him back at the Australian open. Dominic team, you could have also given me Albert Costa yeah. Yeah, and the final person you were missing was Gustavo Clayton. I Gaga. Okay, that was a good one. That made me think and I thought wrong. I think you got two cocky there. I think you got two cocky and you just were expecting to get to 12. Fairly easily and then he gave me a Carlos moya. Well, we do love a bit of Carlos. 98, 2000, you know, does it matter anyone he won? But no, thanks for that Joel. I hope everyone enjoyed playing along with our first half of the courts for the new season. We do have a mailbag question as well, which is from Andy, who got in touch with us via email. So Andy said, hello, Joel and Kim, over the last 6 months, I've been getting much more into my tennis. With the new season just starting up, I would love to pick some players to follow throughout the season. But I don't want to be labeled a glory supporter by my mates. Or follow someone who is going to offer absolutely no hope. I'm looking for an entertainer and someone fun who could spring a surprise. So who would you recommend? Oh, that is a very good question Andy. Gosh. So okay, entertaining players Joel. I think I know the first player that you're going to say. Going on the team Canada theme, I think Dennis Shapovalov, he's in I think he's falling into the trap of becoming known as an entertainer, but I certainly think this could be a bit of a fun season for him. He's always a player. I think he's got always got the capability in the talent to win tournaments, but also has a very nice, easy on the ice single handed backhand, has a lot of flair. So for me, I definitely be picking Shapovalov as one of my players to watch through the season. And do you have a sort of WTA player that you would suggest to Andy as well? I mean, for jokes, it would probably be like a Sophia kennen or a you later off the bank code. Don't feel like you could go anywhere wrong there. But maybe potentially. And we'll come on to in a minute. Amanda Anders Samoa could be quite interesting. She's making a few surprising waves this week winning tennis tennis tennis tournaments teaming up with Darren Cahill. So she could be another interesting one to watch. I think on the WTA side this season. Yeah, absolutely. I was thinking at Edison over probably a bit of recency coming into it there, which is just one tournament. I mean, Emma Raja Khan had been obvious on the WTA Tour as well. Also, is that glory supporting those? Maybe. Jumping on the bandwagon. Yeah, that is true. In that case, I'm going to say Anne Lee. I mean, no one outside of tennis will know who Ann Lee is. And she could be an up and comer. So I think Andy should go. And I would say Carlos alcaraz, I think he's exciting. He's the next best Spanish hope. And I think Andy should support him. I also Joel in colleagues today I was looking through the names and there was a female player called I think she's got the longest surname in the world. Tessa, Andrea and Jaffa and I don't know if I'm saying that correctly, I imagine it's a commentator's nightmare, but I'm good at sort of start looking out for her because yeah I just her name caught my eyes. She's French, I think. She's 23. She's in qualities. I'm not going to like him when you put first put that name down. I actually thought you held down the keys on your keyboard too long and it wasn't actually right. It feels like, okay, Tessa and okay, I get that bit and then the second half of the surname I'm just like, oh okay. But yes, yeah, in Australian open qualifying yeah, which is already under underway, yeah we'll have to see, have to have to see how she gets on. I have no doubt it is going to be a commentator's nightmare. Also, a nightmare I feel for draw sheets whether they can actually fit that whole neighbor. Yeah, I think she's going to have to shorten it at some point. But let's talk about WTA events because we had the Adelaide event last week. It's 500 event won by the top seed. A lot of the top seeds winning in the last week. Ashbaugh, she won pretty comfortably generally speaking at 6 three 6 two in the final against a later Rebecca. And she had a bit of a dodgy start to the tournament. She was a set down to coco Goff..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Do you think well, I don't see what else you can do unless he sort of said, I'm not going to accept any wild cards and I'll just play challenge. Until he starts winning more matches so that he's not in a position where he needs the world gods, then I don't see an end to it, because I think tournaments are still always going to give him a world at least for the foreseeable. So I guess it's kind of like he just needs to get to that point where you kind of hire up and you're not getting defeated in the first round by people you kind of historically would have just easily beaten, but he remains a legend, though Joel on Twitter and so let's hope that next week brings him better luck. My favorite thing, apart from Rafa winning Melbourne was Riley appell getting pooed on by a bird. I thought that was quite entertaining. It pooed on his hat. And he had to get a replacement, eventually, the tournament gave him one like an official tournament hat because he didn't have a well, he had a spare hat, but they wouldn't allow him to wear it because the logo was too big and not massive head. Exactly loads of the pair, the equipment he couldn't play without a hat. Yeah, it was a bit of shambles, wasn't it? Yeah, so yeah, the moral is, well, you know, bring a spare heart in case you get on. As a polka has learned his lesson, but yes, and we also had obviously that Adelaide event going on Gael Monfils won that one top seed beat caption of in the final in straight sets, 6 four 6 four. This is a really pleasing result, I think, you know, I think movies has a lot of fans, you know, we love to see him play. We love his agility and his creativeness on the court. And it's nice to see him back winning a title to start his season off. And he was very comfortable, didn't drop a set all week. Yeah, it was very, very, very good. I was amazed he was the top seed. But yeah, he played fantastic tennis throughout the week and I mean he's just he's just an entertainer and he just entertained just entertaining the crowd and him and Kim and catching off in that final. Yeah, two players, I think overdue a title. I think can catch no hasn't won since the Paris masters back in 2018 or something. So they were probably looking at that as a big of an opportunity, but Monfils coming through just another note on this tournament Kim. Koch and akis as well get into the semifinal and wild card. That was that was very pleasing, I think, to see a player who has got undoubted talent, but it's always sort of been hit by injuries over the last few seasons. So for him to take a wild card, take out Francis tiafoe in the second round, quite decent. And then email in the quarters in a two and a half hour match where he was at times it felt he was down and out, but really used the crowd to his advantage and he has such he just had such great belief and regardless of what situation you might find himself in. I think the fact that he's gone through so many injury troubles, I think he can probably go back to those dark times and the court and get inspiration from him. And yeah, it's good to see him, I think, get through to the semifinals. Okay, let's take a quick break now, but do join us in the second half where we'll be having a look at success in Adelaide, Simona Halep, getting back on track in Melbourne and all the tournament action happening this week in the final build up to the Australian open. So do not go anywhere. Welcome back to the passing shot with Joel and Kim, sponsored by download tennis dot com. And now we're going to move on to the second half. We're going to look at the WTA events in a second. But we do have a return of par for the courts, Joel for the new year, 2022. I hope you've got a nice challenging one up your sleeve to start our season off. Yes, I have got a good one. I've got a good one for you. It's quite lengthy one actually. You know, I'm going for quantity here. We are talking about grand slams, but we're talking about grand slams one by people who aren't named Roger Federer Rafa Nadal or Novak Djokovic. So my path for the courts for you is there are 17 players who have won a Grand Slam not named Federer Nadal or Djokovic since the start of the year 2000. Who are those 17 players? And I think there's quite obviously some easier answers, some more difficult answers as well. So out of 17, I'm expecting you to get to at least I'm going to be quite I'm going to say 12. I'm going to be quite difficult and say 12 out 17 to reach part of the court. So 17 players won a slam not named Federer Nadal or Djokovic since the start of the year 2000 who are they? Right, okay. I think I could get 12. I didn't know whether I'm going to go back from present day backwards, I think. So let's go for Daniel Medvedev. Correct, yes. Okay, I might just go in a random order because I'm just going to shout. Who comes to my mind first? Marin Cilic. Stan Wawrinka. I said, what I'm saying is game show voice. I love it. Yes, Salvador correct. While Martin Del Potro. Barrett safin correct, yes, that's 5. Wang Carlos Ferrero. Definitely not in the most recent first, but yes. Yes, one call us Ferrari is correct. So that's 6, 6 out of 6 out of 12. So you're halfway there now. Carlos moya. Carlos moya. Yes, did he not win a slab in like 2001? Carlos boy came. Game. Yes. Yes. What's wrong with Carlos moya? Did he not win the French Open? Carlos moya is incorrect. Oh no. Did he never win a slam? He's been world number one, but he obviously didn't win a slam. Damn it. Do you think Carlos boy, what the Fred capon? Yes, I did. How embarrassing? He won it in 19. He won it in 1998..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"Of sense because i know from personally speaking where you try. I gotta do this. I got to know economy. This food gotta train here. Go to work here eventually. Because you're forcing yourself these things. Something always wanting gives in so could be a late. Night could be sweet to kobe. Junk food or excise. Econ do it all because you know. They're not habits long-term habits but that's a great way to put it yanko and lately. I'm not sure if you've heard of a book called atomic habits. I read i read it league over a year ago i liked the book Very good of. I wanna say entry level books to that so that people understand the power of habits. I only start reading it there last week. And i absolutely love it and i put it on functional tennis as a recommended retail all our fines. I think it's really good. And it goes into as you say the intro level of building habits into your life which will help you achieve your goals. Amazing book and i will recommend saying thank you to everyone to read it straight. Okay so moving on you started. Your senior career. Initially went pretty well. You got so many titles four. Atp titles loads challenger So i want four thirty p titles. I don't know how many challenges won one doubles title fifty challengers fifteen all my god. He's pretty good. I was through your way into like you'd be murray jackovitch like your career goes back so long. It's amazing carlos. Moya sophon hewitt forero roddick. I tend to forget how long you're actually on the tour. What changed for you. Playing does players. Like let's say from a rod to asaka veg- i like pressure. I enjoy pressure. I flourish in pressure. And the i actually had a very good habits of very with episode. Very good record against top ten guys. Once i was playing i believe even though my ranking was i think the stage my career high ranking was like fifty or something but my record against top ten guys was almost most fifty percent meaning that every second top ten guy that i played. I used to win so this was another again. I'm going into psychology. Another complex being drawn from my earlier arrogant self when i was junior. Why didn't use my full potential earlier. I had to brilliant top ten years but the main difference than was that i took.

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"carlos moya" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"This moment by oncho. Betty this is democracy. Now i mean goodman with wranglings solace we end. Today's show in peru where the socialist candidate pager. Steel has pulled ahead of his rightwing rival. Okay kofu mari. And the country's presidential election runoff. That took place. Sunday is the son of peasant farmers. He's a schoolteacher. In union leader who led a nationwide teachers strike in two thousand seventeen has pledged to reform reuss constitution and mining laws. Fujimori is the daughter of the former dictator berto fujimori who's in prison for human rights abuses and corruption on monday kofi fee. Maury planed without proof that steals party free peru stole votes. Said she won't concede yet. All of this comes after peruvian. Lawmakers ousted former president. Martine viscosa in november in what some cold legislative coup. Meanwhile the latest data from johns hopkins university shows peru is tied with mexico for the world's highest covid nineteen case fatality rate for more. We go to lima peru where we're joined by the political scientists carlos leon moya who has been closely following the selection. Welcome to democracy now carlos. Why don't you lay out the state of the election results as we know them. So far with the socialist candidate. Custodio narrowly ahead. Amy yes emmy or what you just said that. Yesterday geico for humanity claim froze which wasn't admission of her third wall sooner route no in in an election a gusty yo hustle right now. Ninety eighty eighty seven thousand votes more than for moody especially from the rural highlands which is the contra sport is region he cookie. Molly was expecting to win with the pollution. They ask for about special in united states and spain but the difference is very to be. You know it's it's very big for for the that remain To count so yes just that she can flow. She claims for what you have right now. Is the euro mean help from the private media to footy morning or no and the cover as is very biased for her. Now against pedro castio baffin. What we will have here in. Peru is a week of uncertainty by the isles offended The dissenters steal the lead that he has against maury. It's very difficult to revert. I wanted to ask you in terms of the. Could you talk a little bit about the crisis that has been engulfing now peru for quite some time back in november the lawmakers ousted the former president. Thing this gotta and what led to be scott us impeachment and and and there were there were several other leaders in between heads of state. Could how has this had an impact. Even for instance on voter turnout in this election. Yes i mean you have most of of a peruvian. You have multiple royal political khalid charts by corruption. What for murray was imprisoned herself two years ago for a corruption case no don his father was an imprison. Chills wasn't broussard. You're in the half islander the former president of peru he himself when he was about to be taken to prison and he doesn't distinguish from last leaning you had the former mayor of lima which is capital of peru's and also going to gail and the covet the covid was some of them because of their age or taking now of their jails and being and So i is jules. You'll soccer you already causing peru very public rejection of the of our political elite and now it was bigger because most of them went to jail when they went to jail. Martinez car wasp precedent. So multi-car was wasn't charged by corruption. I mean until last year he was very popular press. No and all the political elite were were in prison martinez. Kara was washing different from them. By then the corruption charges just started to to be near martinez. Kara i dunno. He's innocent or not but he was also investigated by the chargers and there was also what what you just call legislative coup knowing members two thousand twenty that house muslim scholar and there were huge protests in peru we billion usual was because usually when you have protests in peru they are on the highlands or there are union protests like well like the one that castillo lead in two thousand seventeen but it was a huge presence in lima mathematicians in lima which is a capital which is pretty rattling and it was very successful in five days. Do just ouster mandalay marino. But after that will do that just went down. He didn't bring a renovation was the political class of the because racial were were done when the election were already know taking part you have already inscribed or the political candidate the president the congress. Oh you didn't change. Mass of the political elite or political candidates going not release election so yeah. It was a very silent protest very successful protest. But you have to know. It can very sudden in november and illegitimate another story. So you know how to make like a connection between the two of them in fact one of the things that we talk here in is all do you remember the november protests how hopeful we were the duck peru will change its course no are now usually what happens now. Happening in in april in the first round was that most of the candidates have fifteen or ten percent. You have like six seven candidates that had ten percent of the awarding tension in the bowls. He was a mean like political raking in broken pieces. No you have the left. You have also canada's from the far right in half you have these mill which is very right leaning no far right candidate. With which was we called raffaela who called themselves. The from gawking steph. The balloon bolsonaro and he almost got. He almost got himself into second round. Sorry we have ten seconds. You'll find out within this week. You believe who exactly one. If custodio maintains his lead well. Carlos moya we wanna thank you so much for being with us. Political scientists speaking to us from lima peru and special thanks to sadie looter. That does it for our show tomorrow. We'll look at a new film that's true. Premiering at the tribeca film festival it's called takeover about the young lords. I'm amy goodman solace..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"This moment by oncho. Betty this is democracy. Now i mean goodman with wranglings solace we end. Today's show in peru where the socialist candidate pager. Steel has pulled ahead of his rightwing rival. Okay kofu mari. And the country's presidential election runoff. That took place. Sunday is the son of peasant farmers. He's a schoolteacher. In union leader who led a nationwide teachers strike in two thousand seventeen has pledged to reform reuss constitution and mining laws. Fujimori is the daughter of the former dictator berto fujimori who's in prison for human rights abuses and corruption on monday kofi fee. Maury planed without proof that steals party free peru stole votes. Said she won't concede yet. All of this comes after peruvian. Lawmakers ousted former president. Martine viscosa in november in what some cold legislative coup. Meanwhile the latest data from johns hopkins university shows peru is tied with mexico for the world's highest covid nineteen case fatality rate for more. We go to lima peru where we're joined by the political scientists carlos leon moya who has been closely following the selection. Welcome to democracy now carlos. Why don't you lay out the state of the election results as we know them. So far with the socialist candidate. Custodio narrowly ahead. Amy yes emmy or what you just said that. Yesterday geico for humanity claim froze. Which wasn't that mission of her third wall sooner route no in in an election a gusty yo hustle right now. Ninety eighty eighty seven thousand votes more than for moody especially from the rural highlands which is the contra sport is region he cookie. Molly was expected to win with the pollution. They ask for about special in united states and spain. but the difference is very. It'd be you know it's it's very big for for the balls that remain to count so yes just that she can flow. She claims for what you have right now. Is the euro mean help from the private media to footy morning or no and the cover as is very biased for her. Now against pedro castio baffin. What we will have here in. Peru is a week of uncertainty by the isles offended The dissenters steal the lead that he has against maury. It's very difficult to revert. I wanted to ask you in terms of the. Could you talk a little bit about the crisis that has been engulfing now peru for quite some time back in november the lawmakers ousted the former president. Thing this gotta and what led to be scott us impeachment and and and there were were several other leaders in between heads of state. Could how has this had an impact. Even for instance on voter turnout in this election. Yes i mean you have most of of a peruvian. You have multiple royal political khalid charts by corruption. What for murray was imprisoned herself two years ago for a corruption case no don his father was an imprison. Chills wasn't broussard. You're in the half islander the former president of peru he himself when he was about to be taken to prison and he doesn't distinguish from last or leaning. You had the former mayor of lima which is capital of peru's year also going to gail and the covet. The covid Was some of them because of their age or taking out of their jails and being and So i is jules. You'll soccer you already causing peru very public rejection of the of our political elite and now it was bigger because most of them went to jail when they went to jail. Martinez car wasp precedent. So multi-car wasn't charged by corruption. I mean until last year he was very popular press. No and all the political elite were were in prison martinez. Kara was washing different from them. By then the corruption charge just started to to be near martinez. Kara i dunno. He's innocent or not but he was also investigated by the chargers and there was also what what you just call. Legislative coup knowing members two thousand twenty that house muslim scholar and there were huge protests in peru we billion usual because usually when you have protests in peru they are on the highlands or there are union protests like well like the one that castillo lead in two thousand seventeen but it was a huge presence in lima mathematicians in lima which is a capital which is pretty rattling and it was very successful in five days. Do just ouster mandalay marino. But after that will do that just went down. He didn't bring a renovation was the political class of the because racial were were done when the election were already know taking part you have already inscribed or the political candidate the president the congress. Oh you didn't change. Mass of the political elite or political candidates going not release election so yeah. It was a very silent protest very successful protest. But you have to know it can very sudden in november and illegitimately another story. So you know how to make like a connection between the two of them in fact one of the things that we talk here in burris all do you remember the november protests how hopeful we were the duck peru will change its course no are now usually see what happens now. Happening in in april in the first round was that most of the candidates have fifteen or ten percent. You have like six seven candidates that had ten percent of the awarding tension in the bowls. He was a mean like political raking in broken pieces. No you have the left. You have also canada's from the far right in half you have these which is very right leaning. You have no far right candidate. With which was we called raffaela. Who call themselves. The from gawking steph. The balloon bolsonaro and he almost go got himself into second round. Sorry we have ten seconds. You'll find out within this week. You believe who exactly one. If custodio maintains his lead well. Carlos moya we wanna thank you so much for being with us. Political scientists speaking to us from lima peru and special thanks to say the looter that does it for our show tomorrow. We'll look at a new film that's true. Premiering at the tribeca film festival it's called takeover about the young lords. I made me goodman solace..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Mouth Leroy. Flash. Let's see I'll slip this not that over the little tooth. Pretty big. Not as easy as tiny front winds, I used to pull. For. Don't Rush Me Leroy. To get the nod over the to I. I'm not shaking. Trying to be gentle. Snap down on me Leroy. The I think. About a foot away. Readily, Ri- yeah. You. Sure you're ready. For you. Of course, not what makes you think so well, it's. Paul didn't pull. Cigars. I've got a better idea. Why don't we tie around the door? KNOB I'll get some more extreme. Right, this will make it easier on everybody all I have to do. Slam the door. Under my g would like to do that. This is an issue staying Francis. How? Can make. All right my boy. Time set. Slam now. Swam it on the count of three. One. To. We'll start over. One? Two? Leroy pointless, the Dennis all set now or o'clock this afternoon. Do I have to go to has to come out. Don't try to get me to pull it again. That's a dentist job. Totally right okay. I'm yourself. Any now leroy. hoppy miss again. Thank you Brady. Brady. Leroy doesn't want to go to the dentist this afternoon. That silly. Miss Gif Lease Betty don't academics office no more Leroy Birdie. This fear of dentists offices. Silly is nothing but a nightmare. Build in your own mind, yes. Was a time when people had reason to dread going to the dentist, nowadays with all the modern equipment. There's nothing to it. Leroy I have a job. I can't leave the office every time you have a toothache. May going up there all alone. I boy twelve years old. It's time you learn to face things by yourself rolled. Uncle can't hold your hand all the way through life. Jeremiah. The school. Just forget about your tooth before o'clock. Off. Then have it out now. Bet The good fairy. Leave a dime under your pillow tonight. On. Quarter. Leroy? This is no time to bargain. Costing me five dollars to send you to the dentist. I have a good time at school. Talk to the good fairy about the quarter, and I am from hot soup for you when you come home to lunch Leroy. Goodbye by Roy. Roy Goodbye. I. Might pour me another cup of coffee. This has been a trying morning, yes. Thank you. Very. About smart scrambled eggs I seem to have developed quite an appetite morning. Honey Vase then leroy I couldn't eat any. He didn't have much of an appetite. L. Leroy, I'll be alright, I sure hope so. That, poor little boy, going up data that dentist office all alone Melbourne I can't help. That poor little boy, Dan at big chair limit that big grand interface on loan broody. Won't be any grinding. He's only having a little loose youthful yesterday, but he still has to sit there and look at big grand all alone. Took thirty. He doesn't need anybody them. That's not make a big thing out of this. Yes, like you say you can't leave office every time they have to date gross people would. Not that brilliant time Leroy grew up on a grown up to me. He's just a little boy. Ned Big! Jess looking at big grand interface all alone. Right. Birdie Alameda missed the dentist office or o'clock. Spend part of the afternoon Leroy so he won't be all alone. United Better get the water report out this morning. Morning Bessie. Vesey! Vesey where is that girl? Here's something in a typewriter. At least she started working on the report. Take a look and see how much is done. There Mr Gildersleeve I've gone from all milk. ooh, goodness! Nine fifteen in the morning, so. Suppose. She drinks those breakfast. One is she never gets any work done around here? Have to do something about that girl. She is now. You come in here and take a letter. Glad. You Miss Together sleeves. have me sit on your lap. Who can what are you doing? Around my office early in the morning. Wondering if you step Avenue a cup of coffee with me guilty. Already out having a malted milk kinda wanted. You think I run around here. Well, it'll. She comes back then. We'll go out for coffee. Guessing, you like L.. Let's come back and clean up a lot of work judge. I'm begging Leroy to the dentist this afternoon. Oh boy, having trouble with the cheese mill. He's going to get as I shake. Skip a judge skipping. Having his last baby tooth out. He was a little nervous about doing alone. Isn't that silly, not at all? I remember I hated to go to the dentist when I was about. Are you trying to tell me they dennison those days? Why are you laughing at your right at that age? When your dental work is about to begin, what do you mean how long since you had a checkup gallet checkup? Checkups every six months, but something comes up. Business or something and share their classroom. How Been I've been pretty busy? You Big Fat faker you. BET! You haven't been to the dentist in five years four I mean. I hate to be in your shoes. A lot can happen in four years. That you. Yes. And this is judge Hooker now? Good Morning Judge Hooker Bessette Vesey. You and your mom milk have been keeping me waiting. I'm sorry I along together, but it was so big I. Eat it with the phone. Let's get out of business. What am I appointment specially? The judge and I want to step out for a cup of coffee. Audit I! Got Here my pad now. You have a very efficient secretary gilded. Judge. How did you ever get to be a lawyer? Go ahead, bessie. Let me at ten o'clock, you have an appointment with the commissioner of streets, bridget and showers. Tomorrow. Park Avenue Planet with the mayor be there. She. Oh accepted four o'clock, you have an appointment with the dentist Bessie. That's Leroy's appointment. I'm just going along with him. To save a dentist Carlos Moya made at your point Mathu. Well he said you were overdue for your own Jack I'm so he could take your same time. Up You old goat..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A dream of love, not beating Roger and the way one When I saw that it's something I will never forget. Needle didn't just overcome Federer, he confronted another persistent nemesis, the doubt in his head. You once said to me if I don't feel doubt I'm going to be in trouble doubt is very important to my success. What do you mean by that is not gonna do that. If you don't have doubt, it probably means that you're being arrogant. Most Athletes might think the exact opposite that doubts or bad you're saying doubts are almost a power strength. I think so. Yes, I think it's good for me because then I feel alert and then because tennis is a sport where things can change very quickly. Now that's a great beauty of our soul. A great beauty of noodle. For all his focus and aggression. He's also unfailingly sporting, which sometimes distinguishes him from colleagues. You haven't broken too many rackets and competition, have you How many do you know the total? Yes. What is it? Zero never broken a racket. What is that about my family and my family. They wouldn't have allowed me to break a racket. But I mean, come on. Freaking Iraqi means I'm not in control of my mind. In full control of his emotions at least until the last point. He's a Mass 19 majors, only one behind Roger Federer's record of 20. But in this unrivalled sports rivalry, needle leaves the head to head matchups 24 to 16. Ever done a long interview and not been asked about Roger Federer. As a father, You know, I'd be delighted Arrival, a colleague, a friend. What was your relationship thing? I think it's a little bit of everything. We've had a very intense rivalry throughout our careers, but it's been a very healthy gravel, sand and elegance respectful, right? Community moment also reached a stage in our lives where we are able to appreciate that. It's not just about winning. Nadal did admit to being jealous of Federer in one respect. Do you ever envy the health of your rivals? Yes. Sometimes I do think it's true that my rebels have faced fewer injuries and I've had to face one of the theories with your injuries. Is that you practice and play with so much intensity that it it takes a physical price. Is that something you agree with? No on Alicia. No, or I don't know what I mean. And I was told that for many years I was told that because of the way I play, I would never have a very long career. But, hey, I'm still here. For this. The final set of noodles career Uncle Tony has stepped aside in Rafa has a new voice in his ear. Carlos Moya is naturally a fellow my orchid. What percent of his intensity did you have when you were a player, 10%. 10% is intense. It's often adult, and yet you come from the same place. He's a different one of me here in miracle, we're like easy except his exception. Nadal turned his sleepy hometown of Monaco or into a worldwide tennis destination. The Rafa Nadal Academy is a sprawling complex for enthusiasts and aspiring prose. When we asked model if he ever considered moving his operation base, as if to emphasize a point, he switched to English to answer honestly, not a lot of people. Thus because of taxes for me was Difficult to take that decision because I have all the people that I love here on. I will win much more money if I moved to another place, but Moving to another place If I'm not happy should Could be very, very expensive. Last October, Nadal married his longtime girlfriend, Maria Francisca Perry. Oh, Yep, she's my organ, too. She helps run Noodles. Charitable foundation intends to avoid the public eye, though we found them together one night hosting a group of donors. How did you ask her to marry 50 years? I would have to do it by way. Needle took us to a plot of land he bought recently where he and his wife will eventually break ground on a new family home. He told us he'd planned to have kids by now. Then again, he also thought he'd be off the tour by now. This is the part ofthe moniker. My parents living there where your parents live across the bay. Yeah, Side is good, because I had the boat Two very close. So that helps because you keep a boat here. Yeah. Yes. So in minutes having the book three minutes here in the vote, and you're out out in the Mediterranean. Only one problem with this spot The problem here is the the kids living the summer. They go there they jump because because there's nobody in the house, they come up and they come back. They may come from inside the proper produces a hangout for my orca. Rafa's away playing tennis, so why don't we Go out to his property. Jump off his quick, That's have you jumped off that? Yeah. A couple of things. Maybe it was the effects of being back home. Maybe it's because he is back on top. But we found Rafael Nadal ready to take the measure of his entire surpassing career. You've had some incredible victories and you've had some Cutting losses. What is more intense, the joy of winning or the pain of losing I've been there more and depends on the moment. Unfortunately in life more often, we remember the negative things because they have a greater impact on us and Dennis in tennis. It's a little different now. Today. Okay, you and I think over my career Okay. See, though. Normal meant that I have been happier with my victories than I have been upset with my defeats. I think Cairo Radio, 97 3 FM. I've been right a motorcycle for 52 years I started having back pain turned into the knee pain. I couldn't even sit on a motorcycle is like you don't have to give up writing bikes, kinds of permanent a lakeside..

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Fan Favourites

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

06:40 min | 2 years ago

Fan Favourites

"Hello everybody happy while wherever you are on this glorious year revision we can came under your Eurovision Song contest fan you. I think you're even begin to it this year. Weren't you in in Rotterdam so? Have you been coping without the prospect of any sort of live dies than well getting Easter? Now Joel tennis being canceled Irvine being cancelled. Yeah I had tickets for the first time and it's law it was council but hopefully out next year and we had celebration on on the TV last night and had some Swedish food and some cocktails to kind of raise a bit of a glass to what what never happened. But but yeah I think I think you were watching us. Well Joe. You're right yes I was. I catch Lubbock came. I'm going to hold my hand up here. Johnny Logan he comes on the TV and have no idea who he is by turns out. He's he's pretty much the go of of the on contests Mariah a bit. Like the Federa of of your vision life. If you don't tennis you you at least know the name federal. Maybe Johnny Logan could could be a bit like that but yeah. I was quite surprised. You shouldn't you've never heard of him. He's one well three times twice as a singer songwriter. Say He is the kind of the winningest person in in your vision. I guess you could say but yeah maybe actually we can do a European podcast as well. But let's let's go to tennis because we're going to be looking at the Italian. Upn and top eight movements. The happened in rave the last few decades. And perhaps I should lead on this one job because I'm going start with a moment featuring the man himself rapper. One of surprise well yes and listeners. And said he'd rougher bear with us because we all see you're not the end of the alternative Casey's season I mean let's be honest because light Madrid. Rome is Dallas. Hi I think he's one like what nine titles zero something ludicrously say is as as hardly a surprise to kind of see him featured this list say yes came. More is was the first moment. We're WE'RE GONNA be reliving. Well I thought we have liquor two thousand five. Which was you know I play horses and really where he takes. The kind of took it by storm. He won the first time. Yeah his first of nine titles. I think back in five and so he came up against Korea. Who at the time I guess was probably the most to stop ish claycourter of over air or at least one of them very face competitor for sure but the final was another five-set Masters Final five-set thriller? It was over five hours long. Which if you think about now if they were doing that consistently Austin Final Monte Carlo Madrid. That would just be insane. I mean I actually am believe that they used to do this to be called with the but yeah it was. It was a real ding. Dong to one of the better word. Joe Six four three six six three full six and then rougher one at seven six on a law set tiebreak but think about this much. Rougher was a double breakdown and fifth say. Who's three lockdown Sakaria? Really could've gone on us up momentum going away and one but I think really is kind of weakest point throughout his whole career was was his mental strength and he kind of collapsed that combined with with. Rafa you know. Obviously he's attitude his diehard shoot. Never giving up. He was on like a sixteen match winning streak at this point and say obviously he. He had a lot of belief in his game. And but I think Korea would be very devastated after this loss at I think. Actually in his post-match she interceded say this was one of the hardest defeats of his career. I think it was interesting to is. I think Korea probably getting into this matching gains clay season. Yeah he's probably thinking. I'm beatable on clay call. There is no one else out there better than me and who comes along on the Dow eighteen year old teenage eh relatively unheard of and I think this match proved that even when Korea was playing his absolutely best tennis possible. That was someone else out there better than him and I think he was kind of disheartened by that and I think this much great show us. You said mentally he you know he wasn't as strong as some of his other competitors or I think when you're three love up Double in the fifth set us really should be closing that match out and he wasn't able to do that. I think that's one of the things we might associate with a player who you know as brilliant as he is in Korea kind of on the mental side of things. I don't think you could put him up there with the greats and I kind of look at this match. I look at the two thousand four French Open final as well where he Gaston Gaudio. In the final game was five sets but again crucially he was two sets up. He was six love. Six three up was unable to close out the the match. And you know he's probably one of these as you put in the category of greatest players never have one. Ud wonder if if he hit if he had won if he had won this final in in Rome beaten Dow that would have given him the confidence indicate and reinforce that belief that he was and he was at the time the best the best clay court player in the world. I think obviously that loss against scout and then going into this match against Rafeh just his. His mental side of things just wasn't subscription. A Rafeh had beaten him in the Monte Carlo. Final just a couple of weeks before this so again he knew he was up against and he kind of let it. Let it slip away to be honest with you and Yeah so I just thought you know. Obviously this was this was a great match and it was symbolic because again you have this is like the birth of of Raffarin. His kind of play. Call dominance in this. Totally kind of pulsing off of his. You know the best steak or two at the time we had people like Carlos Moya one Ferrara Cowdrey. Kara in a sort of all very good establish trae which just as soon as Raff kind of started working his magic. He'd I guess it kind of became almost impossible. Perhaps to argue against for being the best. Geico

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"carlos moya" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"You reach the major of the final. The previous major which was also on hardcourts. I'm starting to think. Tennis has a way of serving up these stories. I wouldn at this point right now. I'd like to reserve the The right to perhaps reconsider right right now. I'd I'd think Serena's got a good chances. Anyone put it that way. I totally agree and I think it would be right up. Tennis's alley to have her win her win in a place that is probably the farthest or technically is the farthest from home. I think the US Open. I mean as you said we've had we had so many chances for her last year and The Way accentuation got the best of her in in in all of those Moments and for her to be kind of off the grade in a completely different time zone. Most people probably aren't paying attention. You know an art washable weekend. Yes I mean this is. This is a time where all eyes are not maybe answering and for her at this point with what's on the line it's Sounds like a good recipe for number twenty two really good point am clay is going to be tough for her no matter what. I think Wimbledon. It's not as tough as clay but the premium on movement and you're right the history there is just you know being in London and being at Wimbledon for her is almost just as homecourt advantage quote unquote as being Or disadvantage as being at the US Open. Because she's dominated there like you said the royals are there her her friend. Meghan markle comes. You know. It's this big thing she. She loves being in Europe as she loves being there. But at the end of the day that brings a lot of You know people who will will take the flight to London and come see are in the middle of the summer so makes it that much harder in the US. Open we the history recent history. There is what it is i. I think you're absolutely right I think she's she's playing. Well the surface favor every other day favors her family's there but I think you're absolutely right that the fact that this it's two in the morning and this is not the most prominent of the majors in the US. It's super bowl weekend. The finals I think coincide with Super Bowl weekend What about our defending champion? The Sokha one plans to announce the number the number next to her name is also I think in her favor the fact that she is not the number one seed not the number Tuesday not even the number three seed. She's still sort of flying in that You know low. Low Fly zone is is also To her advantage. But you know it but keep to keep winning. That title. Bumped her up to number eight seed which means nothing to quarterfinals. She play a player. But now is the difference. Nine eight and we'll doing talking about Medvedev also moving from five to four I think you're right. I think eight You know you love to be the number one player in the world but moving into that top eight also Really advantages her. What she starts the tournament knowing it won't be until quarterfinals so she meets a higher ranked opponent Nam Esaka both a few other names defending champ. She's got a new coach her another one another one. I'm going to say this is like a four four since this time last year. So it's an interesting Thing to think about You know usually somebody has new coaches and just keeps pushing through. I don't know what that says there who that says about more but it's an interesting relationship. Women visit cracked correct. And I. I'M IN. I think. It kind of cuts both ways on the one hand. It does not suggest much in the way of stability. I mean a lot of players Yo Jovic and then the dull segues from his uncle Carlos. Moya fa I mean a lot of players Joe Serena stick with one coat on the other hand. It shows a real sort of ambition and maybe impatience and assertiveness. And I I think it cuts both ways. I mean it also says someone who listened. I've got some real goals here in this player on this guy I'm working with is not helping me achieve those. I need to make a change so I think she's not okay with meteorologist at this point she wants to keep it going and Keep getting better which we're all for it. We'll see he. Also she lost in the in the lead up right and in in Brisbane pushback after holding match points so on the one hand. You're in a toss up match with the number two player in the world. No shame in that you know you mentioned. Bardy who lost to to Jen Brady That's a much different kind of loss. Losing the push give on the other hand coming into a major that you're defending having lost on matchpoints In your previous match might not be the ideal tune-up any other I mean as you said eating implicit she Number two seed. She slayer last year. Yes she starts off against Kiki Donovan which which I should be an interesting match Yeah there's some interesting sorry that's phone going off to the story. My Life Modina Vicente obviously not the player she was at least not in singles but No that status a tough first round match as long as you brought up first round matches Venus and cocoa of course is the The WHO writes this stuff and I think that Ns man. I know that's what I'm saying. Serene that's When when Serena Wins Twenty four will know This had been pre authored in advance but I look at this. Women's draw it sort of that. The theme we always talk about. Which is women's draw wide open? Men's draw three names you circle and then the significant climb I worry I'm just like I'm just doing. Just go down these names. I mean how came within a few points of Yeah but that's winning this event two years ago but has not been. That's a tough. I refer army just mentioned John Brady Yes she's she's lost in. Lost in tuneups did hall up right. I mean she looked great but ever since that Wimbledon Twenty nineteen year old on sure. And that's a tough first round match but if she can get through that You Know WanNa put a pastor was her only title Twenty Nineteen winning Wimbledon Patrick came within a few points of winning the title last year and incompleteness great comebacks where she is a player who historically has been very averse to adverse conditions to heat and she says breathing issues. She's a player that I with clearly speculation MRS and based on anything other than some past history. But she's the kind of player you worry about if the air quality is loves as a player WHO's had breathing in respiratory issues in the past. I will say though. She's been Remarkably more favor durable since you know since coming back so we'll give her that but I agree that's Not not the greatest given given the conditions I would also Circle the Maria Sharapova. Don Vich first rounder on their if Maria Sharapova a wildcard loses in the first round of the Australian Open. And you're right she. She plays a seed in one thousand nine hundred in her first round match. I don't know how long I mean. It's it's sort of unseemly to speculate about players careers in an individual sport. Play as long as you like but how much longer if Maria Sharapova does not do well in Australia again a wild card this year and he draws a seed in her first round match. How more of these can she take? I mean she She's definitely had a lot to overcome off the court in the past couple of years so it will be interesting to see how she fares throughout this whole year and then once we get to the end what her position is. I'll circle and other wildcard for you. Cook Vandeweghe Nice to see her back in a in a main draw of a major former semi-finalist in Australia three years ago as well Are Gimme so let's just cut to the chase PIC winner. I think I'm with you on Serena really the more we talk about it and the more I'm always You know picking these things as you say I mean you wake up after day. After day to day three and all broke loose. The seeds are carnage. And you're left with nothing not you said in the beginning so I'm all for Some feel good stories. Tennis has a way of writing these things. That looking back are just absolutely insane that you couldn't script better so I'm with you. I think the card seemed be in Serena's favour and I'll go with that. You want to give me a sleeper I will give you caroline Wozniacki as just a a kind of unseeded unseeded players. Here that are are are kind of dangerous. I mean Talk about sharp over being a wildcard wozniacki also unseeded. She will retire after this. So you know what I would give it to her to go hard and You know leave it all out there. And there's no reason why she she can't have a nice little run here and Mcgrath as I say Razi Name. That isn't seated. Yeah A coaching change. That probably was a longtime coming in a long time overdue. This is a player chronologically in the prime of her career. She could retire tomorrow. Probably be hall of fame player and she's not seated outside. The Group of people was Yankee Sharipova. Mcgrew if you gave that list of names at any other point in time would you ever if you had a ABCD multiple choice. Would you ever choose the answer that said most dangerous unseeded players? I mean it's it's three three hall of Famers Without a without a number next to their name All right any other any other sleeper players playing well and I. I feel like we go through this all the time where there are a lot of players that play well in the in the tune-ups events and they either keep that momentum or they've overplayed and Daniel Collins who a very nice Australian Open last year and then sort of Spain tilt I mean. She's played terrific. She's winning matches left and right so far. These first two weeks of the season If she has not overplayed Sabah Lenka is another name that I would put sort of same same theory coming in very much. Inform- you just worry about overplaying and I know we. We've talked about that on the side to that these. Atp Cup matches where players of not only played four matches but some of these have been very intense matches under these trying emotional circumstance. I'm you look at Nidal's dolls. Lost two matches already and you look at the four matches he's played and I'm not sure that is optimal preparation before major but Mild Daniel Collins as my sort of qualifies darkhorse having been a week to player last year but But that's a very nice start to the talk All right let's switch to them in real quick As opposed to the women. And we say this for years. This has been a A recurring theme that if the men women's field as wide open the men's is a closed shop in its three names and I would say what one name then you can add to. And then it's a long staircase down. Is someone other than those? Put it this way. Jamie Novak. Djokovic your seven-time champion defending champion Would you take him or the field? I mean I think you gotTa Golf Djokovic over a hundred and twenty seven other players combined yes you make it. Sound really tempting but It's it's amazing. I mean we started at the beginning here but these guys together. The Big Three have won all the last twelve grand slams in total but thirteen of the last fourteen. Australian opens have been won by other Federal Dandala JOVIC MINUS REVEREND..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like the military lawyers songes suggests the total number of innocent civilians there where it killed during that period is over three thousand people this is one of the worst episodes of mass atrocities in the western hemisphere in recent decades and that's why the Colombian peace tribunal known as the have agreed to hear a false positive cases for the tribunal their challenge is to accomplish what Colombia's ordinary courts could not even though the courts convicted over a thousand people in relation to the false positive crimes most of those were lower level soldiers and officers commanders generals and others in charge were able to act with impunity the tribunal's goal is to rectify that injustice by hearing testimony from victim's families and military members there hope finally get the full story of what happened in Mexico my number nine is a unit at a monumental yep ocelots hated but he made he made in September twenty eighteen one month after I spoke to the military defense it's announced that ninety one billion the head of the military when the false positive scandal became public has agreed to come forward and speak the models Faisal's we'll see the wheels this was a big moment he was so far the highest ranking military official who agreed to speak at the tribunal for many victims families this signal that the tribunal was seeking answers from the top chain of command on a Thursday morning Montel yeah arrived at the half he sat at the front table flanked by his lawyers on both sides many victims family members were in the audience watching he stated his name and identification number that's asking you my style we nominate Mario one dog died and do the job for less and less on the element of yes you Larry but that was all he said from that moment on the lawyers and the magistrates took over and mobile yes lawyer echoed a sentiment I had heard before last only aspect because may notice no social or the night they go mine done they they let him sit on a soon I'm seen alive but he got it Montel yes lawyer said high ranking officials like one ball yeah we're not directly in charge of lower units and that basically he should not be held responsible for the individuals that committed the crimes it was a frustrating statement in a moment where people wanted to hear more about what happened and then in June twenty nineteen no it on to us the media aired leaked testimony I a cute okay CGN it on one combat the governing gone was a colonel in the fifteenth mobile brigade in kind yeah what Carlos Moya the intelligence officer from the beginning of our story was stationed and he told the tribunal his job was legalizing the killings mon ballot score then I'm gonna put on this or just general K. as you had a thrusting Iraq up and find out if he's been around yeah in his testimony he.

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Now, Tony is a significant figure because aged eight dollar wins and under twelve regional tournament playing what my research tells me was with double-handed forehands and backhands and then his style and at the time. No one was really doing that, that successfully. And Tony said, you're not going to be the first you need to play left handed. So I think the first point of discussion here would be how big of a decision was that ankle Tony to encourage my fault? Play lefthanded woods. Nidal. Of had the career he's has we not left handed. I'd say it's pretty pretty enormous moments. Really fin the Dow because I think it's his left handedness that has made him. So potent, I'm not saying he couldn't have had a majestic career without being left handed. But I think that, that is what has caused Roger Federer so much difficulty over the time with that looping bouncing, spitting, angled forehand into the back end of federal apply. And, and look, I don't know what do you think? Well, I think his coach mental callers Moyer. He's always said that he feels it's, it's really crucial. Isn't it the reverse the Moya, he is naturally left handed. But plays right handed. Which, which I believe is a bit of a regret of his because that seems sort of counterintuitive I mean, it's generally considered an advantage in tennis to be lefthanded. So why would you nullify that advantage by making sobriety? But anyway, he says he says, watching Raffray think makes him wish the it stuck with being left, E. So I'm not going to be arguing with Carlos Moya still plays golf right-handed, which is everything, right handed interview I read in the New York Times from two thousand nine where dollars anything that requires feeling he does what his right hand. So the implication is that his tenants stroking, an animal, for example, sending text, but tennis aid, because the pantley the power within the doll Tony thought was concentrated on the left hand side. So his tennis is all about the power from the left whereas and that's actually apparently why has a little bit of difficulty with the serve because they think that the serve is more about feeling coordination and that that's why adult dozen smash down. I that you might expect any does the extraordinary given how wonderful his touches at the net. It doesn't feel like it's compromised in any way, it is. What is feel like Iran? Well, they always say is that he essentially has to four hundred. Night because when he when he hits the back on this so much ROY terminent that it's playing too rough on the DOE four hundred that's fearsome and knows biggest rival certainly early on. We're going to be federal and the those game you think he's engineered to stop veteran away, but. Would it be if he was right handed? I don't think so. It's all still with the angle forehand. Not serve goes into Federal's back Cam for years. Yeah, I, I would agree. I'm not gonna argue with with some stubbornness much research, anyway. What else you go Matt? Okay..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:48 min | 3 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Right here on KFI K. With you talk. Twitter the address that radio Alcala sent me a tweet says, but Tom we are only seeing one side of the black hole. Aren't we seeing a black half? Why are they sides of another color? I don't I don't know. What is it? Rico says Sir Thomas, it's a holy mass Catholics. No what? The black mass or holy mass Ken says when you look at Orion, and it's red star bettle juice. Go to YouTube for video of the relative size compared to our solar system. I don't know. Here's the European guy. Again, Carlos Moya 's says, this image conservatives at teaching moment what for the world of politics. I'm proud of science because science today's giving a lesson to bully Titians. He's showing that today to take a picture of something that one man dreamt one hundred years ago, you need people from forty different countries, you need people from all over the world that at the same time that you're seeing here there's seeks press conferences in Washington in Tokyo in Taipei Shangai end in Santiago Chile and I'm proud of Europe. I'm proud of you because we have invested so much in these project. We have put together more than forty four million euros. Because we can be proud that Europe has a winning formula. And that winning formula is simple. We believe deeply in the freedom of science. We believe that scientists are the ones to make the choices that the choices of science. I know done by politicians, we believe somehow in the intuition of science. I haven't heard that before what did that guy say it was what was his point about we need people from all over the world. We need people from Europe, we need them of science. Okay. I got it. I'm stein. A lot of our missile technology came from the German missile guys. And yeah, I get I mean, we're. Yeah. We don't have. We don't have a complete license on anything in our country. But we're pretty darn good. So all we're to Tom pasta. He does the aviation stuff for NBC. I I want to hear what he has to say about why this is such a big deal. First of all, you're looking at something that nobody has ever seen before this is a big deal because black holes or the most mysterious objects in the universe, and what was one science fiction is. Now science fact, so here's what happened scientists harnessed telescopes around the world to create a powerful array that captured this image fifty five million light years away. That means this is what it looked like fifty five million years ago. It's unlikely to change much since then the image shows the boundary between light and dark around the black hole. The point of no return where the gravity of the black hole. Become so extreme that nothing that enters that can ever escape not even light. And what's really cool is that the shape of the black hole matches with scientists have predicted since I'm Stein's relatively. More than a hundred years ago. Never before have we seen this point of no return where nothing can escape from being pulled into it and be lost forever. The radio telescopes were in Massachusetts on Hawaii and Spain on the south pole and chilly an entire network that created this massive virtual array that was literally the size of earth itself. How does this affect you? And me, we'll eventually if you believe in this notion that all of us at some point came from the celestial things of space than all of us. Have components in us that are through this black hole that are part of the cosmos. So getting a better understanding of exactly how the shapes galaxies is really what this is all about today. The scientists were absolutely giddy with excitement that they have finally found and photograph a real black hole. It's no longer science fiction. So how does he know? It hasn't changed much fifty five million years. He's probably probably hasn't changed much fifty five million. How do you know? That was Tom Kosta think he's smart guy. But that was what he had talked about. Then he got into the whole. I mean, almost I don't know. I don't know if you can do this at NBC buddy almost got religious there about the fact that we all come from celestial places. Do I don't know. Now, you're going to talk about the the origins of life. Are we did that was our big bang, and all of a sudden human beings were created out of this explosion? You see what they found yesterday? Also, they found another human. Some some human history some kind of human that was coming along. You know, you got Neanderthal man, and you kinda work up the the little chart that we all had in highschool while they got another guy the added to the to the chart Neanderthal down there, and they're going along they found somebody else. Talked to Ballard in California Ballard, thanks for waiting. Welcome. Hi, tom. Yeah. Can you hear me? Okay. Loud and clear. What's going on? Yeah. I just wanted to mention a couple of things regarding MED seven. That's actually a large elliptical galaxy like people have been saying fifty five million light years away. The completely separate. It's not a solar system. It's a whole nother galaxy some quite a bit larger than our Milky Way. In fact, in federal we know we know so we we we know about this galaxy that's out there. What is it our next door neighbor where is it pretty close actually considering the furthest galaxies thirteen billion light years away? Yeah. But it's actually one of the brighter galaxies. You can see amateur telescopes release Alie it's called eighty-seven for MS eighty seven remiss was this old astronomer who was a comment hundred sixteen seventeen hundred. But anyway, he would look for comets. And when did we found something that looks suspiciously? Like a common little fuzzy light. He jot it down and once he figured out. Hey, this isn't a comet he kept track of him. So he wouldn't make mistake again. So there's like a hundred and some objects out that right now. But this particular ones, let me ask way way Philip. So if I'm looking at a star, I thought the only stars that I could see where within the within the Milky Way. I didn't know we could see past. With with the naked eye pretty much, right? Where look you can actually see the entire drama galaxy with the naked eye in dark sky, really so and that's about two million light years away. It's one of our closer neighbors. But yeah. So what's there? Did they have a son in do? They have over system or there's many of them in in in the like, an eighty eighty-seven. There's trillions of mess. It's multi trillion mass, or at least one one point five or one point four trillion solar masses. My understanding all these small it's much larger than our Gallic. Oh, we have maybe. So it's a very very large galaxy you got more than a trillion more than a trillion Suns in this neighboring galaxy of mass in this in that galaxy. Yeah. Well, we probably have heard estimates. Four to five hundred billions in or. Galaxy? Now, the vast majority are actually much smaller than our sun their works. But about about seventy percent of them are probably red dwarfs in both galaxies. But what a rut rectal, can you say red dwarfs on the radio? I don't know. Are we talking I hopefully that that's a term for small red stores? Yeah. Stars at much smaller nurse that are they burn cool, and they last for very very long time. But because they burn cool the reddish the and there there's a lot of those out there. In fact, the nearest star to Brunson. Tori is a red dwarf too. I gotta go look at this guy tonight. I gotta go check out that guy again and see what see what I can see I didn't know you could see where that with an amateur telescope. You can see neighboring a neighboring galaxy. I don't know what I'm looking at. Maybe that's my problem Ballard, thank you very much. I appreciate your way and breach. A call phone number's eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Watching the video day replay it over and over and over is of the British cops carrying Julian Assange out the Ethiopian the Ecuadorian starts Ecuadorian embassy. And he looked like one of those little character like like iota like a little little tiny guy carrying them out. And he's got just as white as the white can be. He looks like a strange character from Star Wars movie. Anyway. I digress. Back to the whole business about about this whole thing. This is. Your European research? Group said Carlos Moya says this is a giant leap forward for science and the world. We really about to announce a huge breakthrough for humanity. We are about to take a picture a picture of something that one man one man alone. Dreamt imagine one hundred years ago in nineteen fifteen Albert Einstein imagined that these idea that very big wait transforms geometry that twin the masses to have. He you make a whole mysterious hole where nothing can get out of each where all it's absorbed. Michael Kramer, here from the ER see said the history of science will be divided into the time before the image and time after the image. Wow. Science will be divided into prior or an after. But still even he's and that goes back. To Stein's genius. How did he imagine this? It was math. But but but even this guy said it's a mysterious whole eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred. I'm going to go outside tonight look up and see if I can find this whole Bill in Saginaw Michigan. Hello bill. Town high. It helps it helps a little bit. If you don't take as a whole as a black, man. Unravel all of the streets. But that's star. So it's black mass. Like a melted. Puddle of a star that melted down into this. No, I don't think of it as a whole as black my well, how does it? How does it? Greg all this gravity through though. It's it's pulling everything through it. It doesn't screw it suppose that into it. Destination. Oh. That's a mass mass. Pull stuff through it just gets bigger and bigger and bigger trust. That's right now, that's that's a layman's understanding, you know, I'm certainly no expert at but the the terminology black hole is misleading. As a black mass. Yeah. This guy from the guy from the European research group this call it a mysterious whole. So I that's why keep going back to that. I I mean that helps Bill, but I'm going if if they keep calling it a whole then I'm wondering what's on the other side. But that's. We know. So the me, no. As a mass instead of a whole, we know so little I was watching sixty minutes on Sunday. And the Ray Dallaglio, oh, the big billionaire hedge fund guy, he's a big into. He's got submarines and he goes around explores the floors of the ocean. And he said much more value to us humans to explore the ocean than it is to explore the space. And I I think he's right. I mean this. Listening to. Yeah, we can get to test the million mile nine hundred million miles away. Yeah. We're not going to be able to go out there and poke around on this thing for a while. So yeah, that's right. That's just just the terminology little will help a little bit understanding, and I don't understand the thing. But think of it as a black mass instead of a black hole. That's a start. The fact that they basing I've heard about this. I thought it was a science fiction movie where they were able to get people from all over the earth to basically combined computer power to basically create a telescope that can see this thing that alone. I dispatch my head, and I go, I don't understand. But all right Bill. Thank you black mass is another way to think of it..

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"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"carlos moya" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"This guy is probably the best defender in the world. And then he's got this ad it live tactic. Okay. Probably the most dominant aggressive Byron about interesting. How can you beat them really varies? Only one guy. He would give a chance against Donald this phone, and that is Djokovic at his best because he can do things dollar other place count movement is back, and and hey Carlos Moya Kate you found he's been coached by his uncle tiny whole career. He's a seventeen time grand slam champion already is the city is hold in colors. More said heavy and changed yourself. You're gonna make you play bit differently. May be more aggressive and well credit to them. Both. Isn't it not gone? Call us at one seventeen. All right. Thanks, so stay with and colours. Having the idea to do it for making all of it. I mean, that's pretty amazing, isn't it? And the thing about you know, will go around saying earlier about the the traits necessary to two big good coach. You need to be able to even know have a big old p to be able to put your ego saw. And I think that also applies the player if you big unique to accept the advice the paying for today as she now, I'm doing, you know, that's that's not. That's not the way. I think is one thing implying someone instead of taking the box boxing going. Yeah. They seem great. But she even telling you you doing things wrong any have been doing things wrong. She takes police soloing to accept all of that. So I find extraordinary that a thirty rose seventeen. So I'm grandson champion and his courage have done that. Couple of quick results to bring you the men's doubles final has been set up, and it's going to be on consonant and John peers against too. But I really like get a Nick Lima who about into the men's finals, and I there's a there's a little story in the blog about what a nice play area. Okay. Make sure you. It sounds going. Okay. I'm ready yet. I'm looking forward to that. So yet fine. We'll do that Neil scerzusky British player in the mixed doubles lost out alongside Martin as Sanchez against ram CRA chits cover the third seeds. So they're in the final. Because I just got it wrong. That's that's that's about what I got to tell you for that. We will be back tomorrow. We're we're hopeful. We might have another guest. I'm not saying anymore. That will say make sure you follow us on Instagram and Twitter has been set. Shoot has Goran his yes, I'd say he's delivered after being stalked and Sonatine newsletter which will have predictions in it and. Grind blog. Make sure tell people folks we've had lots of notes into a saying I told somebody who's sitting next to me at the tennis diabanded tennis podcast. I've been telling people at my in my school. I've been telling people at work keep doing that fights. I'm moving with another tennis podcast for you tomorrow in association with the time. Thanks for listening to this one say tomorrow..

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