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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/11/23
"There stars are in the southern sky and if ever you decide... If my research is correct, this was what the Madison Square Garden crowd heard to begin the show that Mike was in attendance for when he was in New York. I'm just watching guys play tennis, but this is what Mike did. I bet it was awesome. Mike and I were in New York City at the same time doing very different things. Wait a minute. Don't say Mike and I were in New York City. You created quite the drama by your refusal to spend even a second of time with me when you and your beautiful bride were celebrating your anniversary. Well, excuse me for not peeling away for schmooze time on an anniversary event. It took Peg Hudson to set Joe and me straight. Let me give you the backstory. Yes, there's always backstory. Your research is spot on. That was what they opened with. They all lined up across the front of the stage, including the great Vince Gill. Oh my God. That show was unbelievable. I mean, when's the last time you've gone to a concert and for two hours you hear the band just do hit after hit after hit after hit? Who can do that? It's not a long list. The Eagles can do it. And they did it. Opened up by Steely Dan. And in fairness, there's an example, three quarters of the songs, I don't remember it. I never heard of, but there's a couple of hits there for some of the great Steely Dan. And then of course, the Eagles with what was an incredible night at Madison Square Garden. But anyway, you're here, you're in town. I'm in town with Joey and Peg. We're seeing the Eagles and we saw a couple Broadway shows and I figured when Mark and Lisa go do stuff, it's Mark and Lisa time. And I should have known that. So I delicately said, hey, you want to get together for lunch or dinner while you're here? I mean, we don't see each other in person very much. And of course, as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, oh, we're slammed. Thank you. We're very busy. We're very busy. We're slammed. We're a little maxed out here. We're maxed out. And so Joey and I got all up in arms about it Saturday night. My man, my man, buddy card is being revoked. We went to dinner at a place called Centurion, New York, and I had a table set for you and Lisa. I mean, we were in a private room on the 55th floor of one Wondervelt. I'm not kidding you. It was unbelievable. It's this brand new dining experience. And we had a room with a table of six with three of us. And I kept saying, gosh, what, how perfect that would have been for Mark and Lisa to have joined us. And Joey and I started bellyaching about your rudeness. And then Peg says, it took a woman to point out, are you guys high? Right. Well, she says, do you think they want to spend their anniversary weekend with you talking shop? And I said, well, first of all, we're more than just shop. It's not just work. We're friends. Exactly. There's all kinds of commonalities and tastes and the culture in our lives. And we're intertwined, of course, it would have been lovely. But it wasn't because you didn't give us the time of day. I know my priorities. Well, you're right. Okay. I mean, good for you. And I hope you had a lovely weekend. So what exactly should I have given up? Should I have, well, here's a weird story because we thought that one night was going to be at the Arthur Ashe Stadium for tennis purposes. And the other one was going to be at Elio's in the Upper East Side, the restaurant where I proposed to her in March of 2002. So which of those should I have cashed in, you know, go hang out with y 'all as much as wonderful as that would have been. I mean, is the proposal restaurant all that significant? Come on. Yes, it is. But here's what's weird. Here's the weird thing that happened on tennis day. Do you know how weird tennis is trying to attend it? If you want to go to the Cowboys and the Eagles on December 10th, you can get a ticket right now for the Cowboys and the Eagles on December 10th. But if you want to go see Novak Djokovic, which is what my bride wanted to do, because from 10, 15 years ago, we're watching Nadal and Federer, and she just loves these guys. And we have loved watching tennis together on the TV box. And I said, for this anniversary, I'm taking you to the U .S. Open. It's like, great, we'll go see Djokovic or other great players, Daniel Medvedev, the young Carlos Alcaraz, who may be the next Nadal. But if you want to see Djokovic, you can't. He's not guaranteed to play on a particular day at a particular time. You can nail down the day. We did not know until hours ahead of time that Djokovic and Ben Shelton, the American, would be the early match. And silly me, I thought, there's no way. He's got to be the late match. So I bought tickets to the late match at no small expense. But then all of a sudden it's like, ding, ding, ding. Nope. That is Medvedev. He'll be playing Alcaraz at night and beat him, of course, because it was Djokovic and Medvedev. And Djokovic won in the final that we watched last night. It was great. So here's what I had to do. I've never done this before. I'm a big fan of the secondary market. So I had these tickets on Ticketmaster. In the old days. You tell me you sold tickets because I was desperately trying to get tickets to go. I'm going to kill you. What? No. I wanted to go so bad. To the open? I wanted to go to the open so badly I could taste it. And I went on the secondary market. You know, God's been good to me and I have a pretty good living. I ain't spending $14 ,000 a ticket. Okay. You want to talk real dollars? I'm going to do this. I am going to do this for my bride. She doesn't do mink coats or huge jewelry. You know, she's just one of the million reasons I love her. We were in unbelievable seats for the night, for the night one in the hundred level, the loge level. And they were $1 apiece. ,700 $1 ,700 apiece. So $3 ,400 to put my wife and me in these magnificent seats. Then we learned, guess what? Djokovic ain't playing at night. He's playing in the daytime. So now I got to go get seats to that. But here's the thing, since the world expected Djokovic to be at night, that's why those seats were $1 ,700. The moment it was announced, I flip immediately to the day session, got the exact same seats on the other side of Arthur Ashe Stadium for $600 apiece. Boom. Then I sold, with my phone still in my hand, sold the ones that I had bought. Obviously, their price went down a little bit. So I didn't make it all back. But I essentially paid for the other ones with the sale of the first ones. It is a crazy modern world, man. It is a crazy modern world. And heaven forbid you would have said to your talk show buddy, you want a couple tickets to the open because I would have bought them from you direct. I wouldn't even know. Funny, I don't know how to transfer them to another actual human being. Well, there's a way. There's got to be a way. All right. I think there's enough about that. Here's my proclamation. If I come to Dallas for a weekend, I'll make time to see you and Lisa, okay? And I will find a restaurant with a private room and a seat for anybody you want to bring. All right. We'll replicate it, Texas. Let me share with you the sights and sounds of what I experienced this morning walking into work here at 111 Broadway in lower Manhattan. All the police activity as the commemoration, the bell is ringing, observing the moment the flight hit the North Tower. Twenty -two years, Mark. The moment you know well. Boy. You were in the Empire State. Sure was. And we're going to relive that today on the show as we always do. We're also going to play that beautiful faith -filled tribute called Silent Night that our friends at KRLA in Los Angeles made many years ago where God, you just don't believe it, but he has a plan and he is always, always with us, even in our darkest hours. So, you know, Axios had an interesting piece this morning about how young men and women enlisting today and joining the military. They don't have that sense of understanding or recognition of 9 -11. So many people became members of the military because of 9 -11. It was such a movement in this country and it was beautiful and it continues to be. And they're in their mid -forties now. Correct. You know, ish. And you think about, I mean, there are people of legal adulthood, 21 years old now, who were not alive for 9 -11. Absolutely. For them, it's not like it's Pearl Harbor or anything, but it's just something that happened before I was born. I got to wrap my head around that. It's interesting that I heard, that's a second time today, though, I've heard somebody say, well, it's not like Pearl Harbor. I really feel it is. Just to me, it's, maybe it's because of our age and, you know, we run around. Here's the crazy thing. You and I were both born less than 20 years afterward. Correct. After Pearl Harbor. So it was just something that had recently happened. That's right. Had a certain stigma and, you know. So I think about the people who joined the military on behalf of those who died on 9 -11 and fighting for our freedoms, fighting against tyranny. And Mark, I am stunned at the rapid way tyranny has come to our own governance. I read an article the other day in the New York Times. It's an opinion piece, to be fair. Trump indict Trump's indictments, the key players in the 2020 election effort. And Mark, they did one of these and I read it online, one of these comprehensive articles about how everybody who questioned in any way, shape or form the outcome of the 2020 election is a co -conspirator in the election denialism that is traitorous, that is traitorous, that's treason. Now, attack on democracy. Right now, never mind all the Democrats, including Hillary on down, who lined up in question the outcome of 2016. I guess that doesn't count. I'm sure the New York Times didn't do, you know, an extensive piece on this, but they've got everybody ensnared in this, Mark. Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley. We saw Lindsey Graham almost got indicted in Fulton County. And all they were doing was saying, what happened here? And exactly daring to inquire. And that has become a tactic of the left. And I think COVID, tell me if you agree with me, COVID broke the door open on this. If you dared question the vaccine or if you dared question the lockdowns, you were shut down. You lost your social media status. Some people lost their jobs. Look at the, look at all the airline pilots we lost because they wouldn't get vaccinated. And that kind of opened the door. And now it comes to the, to election integrity and the New York Times and people who think like them want to weaponize our free speech right to question anything. And criminalize it. And so your metaphor is apt. It absolutely is. And I hope it goes a similar way that the COVID extremism did. And that is that the pendulum swings. And now we have relative rationality, even though I did see in New York City, people walking around by themselves in Washington Square Park, wearing a mask outside. But not many, right? Not very many at all. Listen, I almost wanted a mask to keep away from the weed smell. I asked a New York City cop, what's with the weed? And he told me, he said, look, it's legal. You can't have enough where you're trying to sell it. You can't give it to kids, blah, blah, blah. But it's pretty, and I said, has it been a problem? He said, not really. He said, I don't like it either, but it's people doing, so, but not to divert. So your metaphor is apt. I hope that the pendulum swings, as it did with COVID, and I hope it does it maybe even quicker because the, because the Fauci's and the various other people who hit us with this have been proven so terribly, terribly wrong and corrupt so relatively quickly. I hope that can happen on weaponization of election. Well, Mark, there's reason to be optimistic. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's ruling, huge win for free speech where this appeals court upheld the prohibiting government officials from communicating with social media companies. There was a preliminary junction. The defendants include Joe Biden, the U .S. Surgeon General, the Health and Human Services Secretary, and the courts are agreeing that it is absolutely unlawful for government officials to try to censor speech on social media. Of course it is. Well, it took a long time. Sure. Well, listen, justice delayed is justice denied. But that's the pendulum swinging. And I hope you, speaking of New York, I hope you saw the New York -based shrews over on The View Friday, Anna Navarro and the rest of them now complaining about the illegals in New York City saying they need to be resettled elsewhere. Anna Navarro and the rest of them on The View want to kick illegals out of New York. How unwelcoming. Oh, how well, how unchristian -like of them. But listen, I heard somebody say this somewhere else and it's true. People like Greg Abbott and others have called Eric Adams bluff. Yep. We've called their bluff. We've said, all right, you want to be a sanctuary city? Here's what it looks like. This is it. Welcome to Texas. Every day, the amount. Welcome to El Paso. And, you know, so golly, I hope the pendulum is swing. Great to have you back. It is wonderful to be back. Great to kick off a big, big week. I'll be in Philly tonight for a big event with Dennis Prager and Pastor Robert Jeffers. Faith and Freedom Coalition event. And then back here on in New York Tuesday and then back to Florida. So, OK, this is crazy. Mr. Acela corridor. You're in Philadelphia for an event tonight. I'm on the 115 Acela. I love that train. In the morning? 115 this afternoon. To get there. But where are you doing the show tomorrow morning? From Philly, from AM 990. And then taking the Acela back. And I have to admit, I'm not a big train travel fan. Yep. I like that Acela. Yep. Pretty cool. And, you know, I think I've got to be in first class just so I can, as an observer, experience what that first class experience must be like. If you're going to do it, do it. You might as well go up front, you know, and or actually in the back. Sometimes the first class on the Acela is on the way in the back. But I still like walking over to the cafe car and getting a hot dog. Kicking it old school. Absolutely. Yeah. Love it. Love it. Big week. All right. Happy Monday, my friend. Happy Monday. Mike Gallagher there for you on this very. I'm just. Think identity theft won't happen to you? Think again. There's a new victim every three seconds in the U .S., over 15 million this year alone. And many don't even know their victims. LifeLock alerts you to identity threats you could miss, even when you monitor your credit. If your identity is stolen, your dedicated U .S. based restoration specialist will work to fix it. No one can prevent all identity theft, but everyone can save up to 25 percent their first year at lifelock dot com slash Salem. Identity theft protection starts here.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"November with investment being boeing to lead 10th path for the in 737 New and cloud York division. Alibaba's and max coming G20 up former jets CEO today, final Daniel italy wording Zhang on Vietnam signals Russian change Air decides invasion closes to it threat of quit will in Ukraine. exit worse just on a than $10 china's months nuclear billion after Biden attack. deal belt says and road climate with Fauci says COVID cases will rise but doesn't predict major surge. I'm Ed Baxter with global news Novak Djokovic battling Daniel Medvedev in the U .S. Open final. I'm Dan Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 1130 New York Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington DC Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston Bloomberg 960 San Francisco Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the business app. Hi everybody good morning from Angeles Los I'm Brian Curtis welcome to the second hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Let's take a closer look at the markets and what we can expect here on this Monday morning in Asia. Asian equity futures are mixed at moment. the FTSE China A50 is just up a tad maybe a tenth of one percent. Similar gains for Australian futures and even S &P E -minis just trickling a little to the upside. We had a very modestly positive day on Friday in both Europe and the United States. In New York the S &P 500 ticked up a tenth of a percent. Similar gains for the NASDAQ and the Dow Jones Industrial Average picked up gains of two tenths percent. of a Among the better performers Microsoft up one point three percent and ExxonMobil with a gain of one point percent. five Taking a look at currencies here this morning it's a kind of a flip on the story of what we've seen late. dollar The weaker the yen stronger dollar yen 147 .14 so we had a move of about a half of a percent in terms of yen strength. In terms of overall dollar weakness looking at the Bloomberg dollar spot index down about two tenths of one percent. The Aussie is firmer here three point nine two cents and we're looking at oil prices WTI crude at eighty seven dollars and two cents a barrel. A couple of comments about the various economies Treasury Secretary Janet I'll give you details on this in a moment. She says she's getting increasingly confident of a soft landing and we also some comments of Taiwan's representative in the United States saying that China's economy showing clear have signs a slow down that could have an inevitable spill over to the region. Again China are relatively stable this morning. And we'll get trading in Hong Kong after seeing the the day's trade wiped out on Friday due to that black rainstorm warning so that's all ahead. Now it's time for some the of top stories. Well Vietnam formally upgraded ties with the US on Sunday shifting relationship the to the highest level comprehensive strategic partnership. President Biden and the US having an enormous economic opportunity or saying that the US has a huge opportunity with made Vietnam the comments during his first visit to the country. It comes as the US seeks to make deeper roads to the Asia Pacific by offering nations an alternative superpower to China. Speaking in Hanoi Biden denied the US is trying to contain China. I just want to make sure we have relationship a with China that is on the up and up squared away. Everybody knows what it's all about and one of to the ways do that is you make sure that we are talking about the same thing. And I think that one of the things we've done, I've tried to do. And I talked with a number of staff about this for the last six months is been the opportunity to strengthen alliances around the world to maintain stability. Biden also told reporters that China's real estate industry is facing problems. And he said that President Xi Jinping's plans for the Chinese economy are not currently working. In other news, sources say Vietnam Airlines is entering an initial agreement to buy about 50 737 MAX jets. The deal could have a list value of about $10 billion. The actual amount after discounts, though, is not known. In the deal, Vietnam's money -losing national carrier would replace more than 40 older -generation Airbus planes. Any order is seen as a breakthrough for Boeing, as Vietnam Airlines has been an all -Airbus single -aisle jet operator to date. We reported back in June that the airline was weighing up an order for as many as 50 Airbus A321neo jets. To the sidelines of the G20 now, Italy's Prime Minister, Giorgio Maloney, has told China that Italy plans to withdraw the plane. And that's the story from Bloomberg's Joanne Wong in Hong Kong. Sources say Maloney spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping about Italy's withdrawal plan. Maloney also said she spoke to Chinese President Lee Chang about the initiative, but a decision had yet to be made. She's been taking her time before deciding President Xi Jinping. From the plan, Maloney fears trade retaliation after China's ambassador to Italy warned of possible consequences. Maloney said the issue is sensitive and she'll visit China in the coming months. In Hong Kong, I'm Joanne Wong, Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg's former chief Daniel Chang has decided to quit months after agreeing to lead the company's cloud division. Bloomberg's Bonnie Au with this story in Hong Kong. Chang has taken on the role after giving up his due duties as CEO and chairman of the group. The latest move adds another layer of uncertainty to Alibaba as it navigates a complicated breakup. Alibaba has said it wants to operate as a true investment holding holding company. That means individual units can seek funding and list separately. With Chang's future. Eddie Wu will serve as acting chairman and CEO of the cloud business. As to Chang's future, he'll now steer a $1 billion investment fund on Alibaba's behalf. In Hong Kong, I'm Bonnie Au, Bloomberg Radio. In the last trading session, Alibaba had traded flat in New York, well up a tenth of one percent, right around $90 per share. Well, the tertiary secretary Janet Yellen in the US said she's increasingly confident that the states will be able to contain inflation without any major damage being done to the jobs market. She also hailed recent economic data showing steady a slowdown in inflation and a fresh influx of job seekers. Traders will have their eyes on a report this coming week on inflation. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini takes a look at what to expect. Higher inflation rate expected to rise to six tenths of a percent and the annual rate to quicken to 3 .6 % from 3 .2. Take out food and energy, though, and Bloomberg Economics's core CPI likely continued at only a two tenths of a percent rate in August, same as last month's rate, making it the longest stretch of subdued point since early 2021. Year on year, that core rate is expected to fall to a 4 .3 % rate down down from 4 .7. And Bloomberg Economics also says with the job market cooling and student loan repayments resuming, retrenching demand will continue exerting downward pressure on inflation. And the Fed, according
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on AP News
"The Russian ousted top seed Carlos Alcaraz in four sets. Steve Carney AP sports. I'm Steve Carney. The Orioles extend their winning streak to a major league best six in a row in Boston as Kyle Bradish leads Baltimore to 11 to win over the Red Sox. I was talking with Adly after he said I look really locked in out there. Every shape was feeling good over the plate. I've thrown a lot of strikes, minimizing damage. So yeah, felt really good. Baltimore leads the American League with 89 wins on year. the The Rays White Sox Blue Jays Athletics Guardians and Twins were also victorious in the American League. Milwaukee He stays atop the National League Central with a win in the Bronx correspondent Tom Merriam reports. The Brewers added another game to their lead atop the National League Central by beating the Yankees 8 to 2. The game was tied at two entering the seventh inning when Milwaukee scored three times to gain the victory for Craig Council's team. William Contreras, Carlos Santana, Willie Adamas all had RBI gave up just three hits to the Yankees led by starter Collin Ray. The Yankees two runs came on a homer by rookie sensation Jason Dominguez his fourth in seven big league games. The Braves Diamondbacks Cardinals Dodgers Marlins Padres and Giants also won in the National League. The remaining members of the Pac -12 are resorting to legal action in efforts to salvage the crumbling conference correspondent Gethin Coolbaugh has more. Oregon State and Washington State have filed a complaint in Washington State Court against the Pac -12 and Commissioner George Kovf. It seeks a court order preventing 10 departing members from standing in the way of the two schools efforts to the rebuild conference. The Pac -12 currently has 12 members but 10 of them are leaving next year. And the final American man has been eliminated at the U .S. Open with Ben Shelton losing to second seed Novak Djokovic semifinal. in the I think the two weeks as a whole was a good run for me. A lot of positives to take away for the rest of the year and go into next year. Djokovic faces No. 3 Daniel Medvedev in the final after the Russian ousted top seed Krasn four sets Steve Carney AP sports. The official number of those still missing from Hawaii's wildfires has dropped. I'm Lisa Dwyer. Hawaii's governor says that the number of people still missing following wildfires that destroyed the historic community of Lahaina has dropped to 66. The Valley of the Missing is now significantly lower than a week earlier when authorities said that 385 people remained unaccounted for. The number of confirmed deaths is still at 115. The deadliest U .S. wildfire in more than a century swept through Lahaina on August 8th, destroying more than 2 thousand structures. The governor says that in the coming weeks, authorities will begin to schedule supervised visits for residents so that they can return and view their property. I'm Lisa Dwyer. AP news for this Saturday, September 9th. I'm Jackie Quinn. President Biden oversees in India with his G20 counterparts, praising the approval of a multinational rail and shipping project involving the U .S. that will expand exports from India into the Middle East eventually and into Europe, unlocking endless opportunities, including making it far easier to trade, export clean energy, expand access to reliable clean electricity. The G20 leaders also voted to accept the membership of the African Union and approved a statement of support for Ukraine considered a watered down version, but defended by India's foreign minister concerns about unimpeded deliveries of grain, foodstuff and fertilizers. The the issues of attacks on the relevant infrastructure. Russia did sign onto the which agreement, is considered a diplomatic victory for India. The death toll continues to grow in Morocco, though, where a powerful earthquake has killed more than 1000 people. Here's our Karen Chamis. Rescuers crawl under the rubble of a collapsed building in a village near Marrakesh, as a building is trapped underneath. The magnitude -6 .8 quake toppled buildings and walls in ancient cities, not designed to withstand such powerful tremors. Hurricane Lee has lost some of its power, river, now a Category 3 storm chugging toward the Caribbean islands. Hurricane specialist Daniel says the storm is not expected to make landfall, but it will churn up the waters. Swells are begin going to to impact places like the Bahamas, parts of the southeast US coast as we get into Monday and Tuesday. Health experts are urging Americans to get vaccinated against the flu and new variants of COVID -19. A big Vatican meeting next month. I'm Walter Ratliff with the Religion Minute. Pope Francis has defended the decision to keep the discussions of a big Vatican meeting on the of future the Catholic Church behind closed doors. He says the three week conference is a religious moment for the church and not a television program that's open to scrutiny. The Senate of bishops will convene after an unprecedented two year harvesting of rank and file Catholics around the globe and their hopes for the church. Catholic bishops in Ukraine are upset about the Vatican's diplomatic neutrality in that country's war with Russia. The 86 year old Pope told Russian Catholic youths in August they are the heirs of the great Mother Russia and he cited Peter the Great and Catherine II as examples. Moscow in turn praised the Pope's comments. The head of the Greek Catholic Church in Ukraine told Francis that the faithful are sensitive to every word from the pontiff as the universal voice of truth and justice. I'm Walter And I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. For news on the go, try the AP Mobile App. Get breaking US and international news from the world's most trusted news source, plus stories more from than 800 local media companies. Choose to see the content that interests you most, whether it's sports scores, entertainment highlights, global news, or the latest from your hometown. AP is Mobile available in English and Spanish and can be AP sports. I'm David David Schuster, another busy college football Saturday with the biggest game, number 11 Texas, going into Tuscaloosa and beating number three Alabama 34 -24 behind quarterback Quinn Ewers.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"This week, we've got Marseille, and we've got Doha, which are both two 50 events, we've also got the 500 out in Rio and for the women, it's mostly the WTA 1000 in Dubai. There's also a two 50 out in Mexico that Merida open. But Andy Murray has already been providing entertainment and drama as usual. Funnily enough against Lorenzo sonic, who has spent more than one second on a tennis court because they actually played each other and was two and a half hour long match. Andy Murray saving three match points, Joel big Murray fans. Are we ever just going to get an unproblematic Andy Murray victory because it doesn't feel like we're going to get one any time soon? Yeah, I was curious to see how this was going to go because you got a wildcard had a very wild Australian open, very memorable Australian open, so it was keen to see him continue that form. Looks like he has been able to in the same Andy Murray vain that we know fighting to the bitter end. And it's also great to see Liam Brody as well come through qualifying. He's in the second round and we've got Murray versus zverev and we've got Liam broady, Daniel Medvedev. So I thought, yeah, that could be quite an interesting one. I mean, Daniel Medvedev, that's a Rotterdam Rotterdam to Doha rather than Rotterdam to maybe Marseille was a bit of an interesting one to me, but yeah, be curious to see how that goes. Probably more money in Doha, I would imagine. I mean, the field actually in Doha is pretty tasty, 'cause I was looking at it compared to the Rio open, which is a 500. I mean, the drawers in Doha and to be honest in Marseille, they are stronger than what has been served up in Rio if I'm gonna be honest. Yeah, often happens. A lot of players don't really want to go and play the clay court event salmon. It's hard to convince people I feel to go play that 500 if you haven't already played the build up two 50s out in South America. Yeah. I mean, I suppose all eyes really, especially on the women's side, the big event out in by the 1000 event. If you look at the first round drawers, I mean, it's like the semifinals finals of Grand Slam really start some of the match ups that you kind of got. It's such a stacked fill. But, you know, we were saying that about Doha last week and then look what happened. She on tech wins very comfortably. But Chris, do you have your eye on any particular match ups that are due to hopefully take place in Dubai. And any definitely more looking at the burrito open. Yeah, I'll throw you a bone up saying I'm very much looking forward to we've got some tasty section of the drawer there, which is Garcia, keys, and it's over and Azarenka. One of those is going through to make, I think that would only be a quarterfinal. So that does shows you how stacked that field is. And then if you look a bit further down in some of the less high profile tournaments, I'm obviously a Mexico. Where Joel and I, I think, will be glued to this. We've got his favorite magdalena don'tt is back in action as the number one seed. And my favorite Sloane Stephens, the number two seed, and also throw in an elysia parks. And I think that's Joel's dream tournament. I think we might be over in Mexico. And Chris parks and Stevens are playing with each other in the doubles. So everyone caught crying out right now. I'm gonna have to set an alarm on my phone for those matches. The meeting, the metaphorical meeting of two thirds of the tennis weekly podcast happening right now. They just need to Caroline Garcia down the other end. I think we would have booked a flight then. I'm pretty sure we would have booked it. We would have gone there for subway intermediate, yeah, definitely. We can expense it. No, we can't. Sorry. But yeah, on that note, I mean, we'll be back next week to talk about how Sloane Stephens got on in Merida. Doubles only. Doubles only, of course. I'm also curious to see if cam norrie is just going to play alcaraz again in the final of Rio and lose as has happened last week. I feel like that could be quite a likely outcome. But yeah, we'll be back next week to round up all of those events as usual. And we'll also catch up on how Joel enjoyed his pancakes and inside the crate work or not. I've got to go follow through now, haven't I? I'm going to go to the shops right now and get stocked up now. Yes. I hope you enjoyed our latest episode of the tennis week podcast. Remember to subscribe to us to stay up to date on all the action to come from the ATP and WTA tours. We're on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and every major podcasting platform out there. And if you like what you're hearing, and that means if you like the pancake chat, then make sure to leave us a rating and review on Apple podcasts or Spotify. You can also follow us on social media or email the show as well. 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"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sports now with Bloomberg's Dan Schwartzman. Well, Dano Real Madrid appears to be the real deal for a soccer star, huh? Yeah, absolutely. Now here's the thing though, you know, all this Saudi money going to soccer, you think more than just Cristiano Ronaldo's gonna be taking that money. Yeah, but he's choose to stay, is that right? Yeah, that's right. This is a big one. Karim Benzema green to a new contract with the La Liga giants despite interest shown by Saudi Arabian club Al nasr, who recently signed Christian Ronaldo to a record breaking deal anywhere from 75 to €200 million per year. The 2022 Ballon d'Or winners reportedly set on finishing his career with the club, he has been a part of since coming over from Leon. I was in 2009. Australian open underway in Melbourne, top CDC moving on in trade sets in advance into the second round over Julie niemeyer of the noodles advancing include Tennessee to Madison keys and 20 seconds into the kina. In the men draw 13 seats stephanos tissue, advances in trade sets as does 7 sea Daniel Medvedev and 11 seated Cameron nori while sexy Felix OJ alia Simon needs four sets to move on. The final wild card matches the NFL, playoffs kicking off next hour, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa, has 8 and 9 during the regular season while the cowboys went 12 and 5. The winner will head to San Francisco to play the forty-niners in the visual round to the postseason. University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh will return to our director talking with NFL teams regarding their head coaching vacancies. Our ball led the wolverines to the console playoffs before losing the semifinals to TCU. And the enforcement that
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doug. Barcelona's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is expected to miss three weeks after it emerged at the striker broke his jaw during the home invasion burglary that occurred Sunday evening after returning to his house in the Barcelona suburb of Castel de fels after playing it away match. Cam no still in deep negotiations with Chelsea regarding a transfer of Obama young to Stanford bridge with the blues looking to spend no more than €20 million for the 33 year old while Barr says asked for more than 25 million. Red bird Capital Partners has completed a €1.2 billion purchase of Syria champions A.C. Milan but the New York Yankees being a minority stakeholder in the Italian giants. The Yankees are also partial owners of New York City FC of the MLS, A.C. Milan was previously owned by American firm Elliott management. Top seeded Daniel Medvedev isn't action today that the U.S. open in a second round match as his 60 Felix auger alias Emma, on the notables include 12 C Pablo crane a busta moving on to round three and four sets as does 13 seat at Mateo bertini. Looking at the women's draw one big ups that goes down his third seed Maria sakari is knocked down the second round in three sets by shiu Wang of his seat on jabor in 12 sea coco cat both advanced to the third round, coming up later tonight Serena Williams with a big second round match taken on two seated and neck Conte vet, a 14 seated Layla Fernandes is on the court as well. Finally, all star FDA Shane mcclanahan has been placed on the 15 day injured list by the Tampa Bay Rays after suffering her shoulder impingement. On the schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports outdate. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business lash. Hi everybody, 13 minutes before the top of the
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hour now. Time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Another big name has left the PGA Tour for the Liv golf championship series as four time major winner Brooks Koepka has decided to make the move. The 32 year old is expected to compete and lives first U.S. based tournament in Oregon seeing off on June 38th. With Kafka and also Abraham answered affecting as well, Liv is now signed 8 at the top 50 ranked golfers in the world. The PGA Tour looking to revamp it schedules starting in 2023 in response to the lift series with larger purses in at least 8 existing events, while also adding three new events with no cuts, smaller fields and marky purses. PGA Tour will also return to a calendar year schedule rather than the wrap around format being used now. The seating for Wimbledon has been released with defending champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal being seated number one and number two with the tour de Ben scheduled to begin on June 27th. Both Daniel Medvedev and Alexander zverev will not be playing as Medvedev is banned for being Russian, Los Vera is out with an injury suffered in the French Open. In the women's draw the top seat of Zika shield tech on 23 time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is not seated after accepting a wild card in the event. The board say that Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson has reached a settlement with 20 of his 24 accusers who have filed lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct against him. According to the attorney for the women, the terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. Finally Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement for a second time. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Well markets have flipped around and are heading down pretty sharply now the hang seng index dropping about two thirds of 1%, the tech index down more than 1% Tokyo's lower as well with the nikkei trading off about a quarter of a percent and even more in Taiwan, the Thai X down one and a quarter percent. Oh, and even more in sold the cost view. Getting down 1.6%. There's a lot of talk about recession in the United States and that often spreads to talk of global recession. Investment banks, including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are warning that stocks may face more losses amid these dimming economic prospects and we're seeing more tough language from fed officials. The latest Richmond fed president Thomas barkin said the fed should raise rates as fast as you can without causing undue harm if you financial markets or the economy. One wonder is what that means exactly undue harm. You can't really quantify it. Hong Kong's de facto Central Bank bought the local dollar at the fastest pace on record. It has done so to defend the local currency from crossing through the weekend of its trading ban against the dollar. Monetary authority bought some 78 billion Hong Kong dollars, so that's an easy 10 billion U.S. dollars so far this month. We had a weaker, a fix from the PBOC today on the currency, but still not all that interesting, 6 71 O 9 against the U.S. dollar. The estimate 6 70 82 were training weaker still in the offshore. The CNH is at 6 71 37. So it's a little bit of a down day here, but if you average it all out, the MSCI Asia Pacific index down about a half of 1%. So not really all that bad. And that is your Bloomberg business flash. Headline news with Ed Baxter and San Francisco, Ed. All right, Brian, thank you. President Biden will ask for a gas tax holiday tomorrow to try and help in a crunch brought on by price hikes. Macau was asking residents to conduct a COVID antigen tests today. This after all residents had nucleic
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Past the hour now, time for a check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Another big name has left the PGA Tour for the Liv golf championship series as four time major winner Brooks Koepka has decided to make the move. The 32 year old is expected to compete in Liv's first U.S. based tournament in Oregon, teeing off on June 38th, with Kafka and also Abraham answered affecting as well, Liv is now signed 8 at the top 50 ranked golfers in the world. The VGA tour looking to revamp its schedule starting in 2023 in response to the live series with larger purses in at least 8 existing events, while also adding three new events with no cuts, smaller fields and marky purses. PGA Tour will also return to a calendar year schedule rather than the wraparound format being used now. The seating for Wimbledon has been released with defending champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal being seated number one and number two with a tour de scheduled to begin on June 27th. Both Daniel Medvedev and Alexander zverev will not be playing as Medvedev is banned for being Russian, Los Vera is out with an injury suffered in the French Open. In the women's draw, the top seat of Zika tech on 23 time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is not seated after accepting a wild card in three events. The courts say that Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson has reached a settlement with 20 of his 24 accusers who have filed lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct against him. According to the attorney for the women, the terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. Finally Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement for a second time. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. 47 minutes past the hour we update markets every quarter hour on Bloomberg radio. U.S. stocks roared back after the long weekend, and that has set a positive tone for Asia. The NASDAQ golden dragon index gained 4.9% on Wall Street the S&P 500 up 2.4% the NASDAQ 100 surging two and a half percent, but there's a lot of talk about recession and there's still quite considerably tough fed speak. Richmond fed president Thomas barkin said the fed should raise rates as fast as it can without causing undue harm to either financial markets or the economy. And so we might see a little bit of turbulence in markets continuing, hanging index futures are down a tenth of 1%. China futures are up about 6 tenths of a percent. S&P E minis are also down little, off a tenth of a percent, EK futures suggest maybe a couple of hundred points of upside in Dolly yin, one 36 41, a lot of weakness in the end, but the dollar did not show a lot of strength it was flat for the session. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Headline news with that Baxter in San Francisco. All right, thank you, Brian, President Biden will ask for a gas tax holiday tomorrow to try and help in the crunch brought on by the price hikes. Macaw was asking residents to conduct COVID antigen tests today this after all residents had nucleic acid tests at surging residents to stay home and non-essential businesses to close. The January 6th committee today ran through a presentation of how Donald Trump directly involved himself in asking for votes and intimidating Georgia election officials. Congressman Adam Schiff says it'll be up to the DoJ to decide whether to prosecute mister Trump. Indian officials are saying the country is going to resist anti U.S. messaging in a statement that will be put out following its summit with presidents. She and Putin and senator Chris Murphy says bipartisan negotiations in the Senate have reached an agreement on gun legislation no details released as of yet. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, back to you, Brian. A time for a look at the media, this is limburg day break a Bloomberg media and tea leaves review Tai Chi says that Apple is hiring automotive software engineers in China. It's a sign the company may be preparing to bring its new generation of CarPlay, which is an in car operating system to China. Apple recruiting in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Very interesting story from CCTV, China is launching an investigation into a group of police officials over their handling of an attack on women at a restaurant. It was an incident that prompted an outpouring of stories from women all over the country who said they too had been badly mistreated in the past. Ma I Jim is the police chief in tangshan where the incident occurred and is being investigated for what's called severe disciplinary violations for others being investigated as well. The report used a Communist Party euphemism that often means corruption is involved. And let's check the media. Let's get back over to rich and Doug. Tesla is the Elon Musk, argue this ever more companies which have that epithet. We've got him saying that there are still unresolved matters about his bid for Twitter and that he sees a recession as being likely. Must also confirming that Tesla's reducing their salaried workforce by roughly 10%, but the total headcount reduction would be a much, much lower. Speaking of conversation with Bloomberg's editor in chief John McAuliffe from the Qatar economic forum in Doha, Musk began by discussing his proposed takeover of Twitter. With respect to the Twitter transaction, there's a limit to what I can say publicly, given that is somewhat of a sensitive matter. So I would like to be measured in my responses here. Such as much generate incremental lawsuits. Unfortunately, that seems to be a risk you sometimes manage to overcome. Yes, if deposition minimization is, I think, important. Have you have Twitter given you enough information? Well, there are still a few unresolved matters you probably read about the question as to whether the number of fake and spam users on the system is less than 5% as Twitter claims, which I think is probably not most people's experience. When using Twitter. So we're still awaiting resolution on that matter. And that is very significant matter. So we're waiting resolution on that. And then, of course, there is the question of, will the debt portion of the round come together? And then will the shareholders vote in favor? So I think those are the three things that stand in the if that needs to be resolved before the transaction can complete. What about the general state of the economy? Does that weigh on you when you think about this? I mean, you described it, you have a super bad feeling about the economy. Are you still in that position? I just said to you earlier, Joe Biden has just come out and said that a recession in America is not inevitable. How do you feel about the economy? Well, I think a recession is inevitable at some point. As to whether there is a recession in the near term, I think that is more likely than not. As soon as it's not a certainty, but it appears more likely that it will not. And what do you think? I'm with you. I agree with you. I think it's more likely. Can I ask you one particular thing to do with the Twitter bid, which is you are one of the biggest and fastest growing investors in China, Tesla, you've talked about it being a third of your sales going forward. You're now buying Twitter the kind of public forum for free speech.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The PGA Tour for the Liv golf championship series as four time major winner Brooks Koepka has decided to make the move. The 32 year old is expected to compete in Liv's first U.S. based tournament in Oregon seeing off on June 38th. With Kafka and also Abraham answered affecting as well, Liv is now signed 8 at the top 50 ranked golfers in the world. The PGA Tour looking to revamp its schedule starting in 2023 in response to the lift series with larger purses and at least 8 existing events, while also adding three new events with no cuts, smaller fields and marky purses. PGA Tour will also return to a calendar year schedule rather than the wraparound format being used now. The seating for Wimbledon has been released with defending champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal being seated number one and number two with a tournament scheduled to begin on June 27th. Both Daniel Medvedev and Alexander zverev will not be playing as Medvedev is banned for being Russian, ozer is out with an injury suffered in the French Open. In the women's draw the top seed as he goes beyond tech on 23 time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is not seated after accepting a wild card in B event. The board say that Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson has reached a settlement with 20 of his 24 accusers, waffled lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct against him. According to the attorney for the women, the terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. Finally Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement for a second time. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Asian equity futures are mostly higher this morning earlier U.S. stocks rebounded after the big round last week. In fact, over two weeks, the S&P 500 was down 11%. Got a lot of that back today with the S&P jumping 2.4%, the NASDAQ 100 up two and a half percent and the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 2.2% a gain of 641 points. Treasuries down yields up a little bit the other on the ten year 3.27%, the yield on the two year 3.19%. So just up one basis point for the day. The fed bank of Richmond president Thomas barkin said the Central Bank should raise rates as fast as it can without causing undue harm to financial markets or the economy, so you still have the fed in aggressive mode. And so you might wonder whether or not this rally can last and we'll have to see what the performance is in Asia today, Hanks and index futures are actually down a tenth of a percent SBE minis. Down two tenths of a percent were expecting a couple hundred points of upside for the Nike. And that is a checkered markets. I'll get you Ed Baxter and San Francisco for headline news. All right Brian, thank you to helix reporting President Biden will ask for a gas tax holiday tomorrow. Macau's asking residents to conduct COVID antigen tests today this after all the residents had nucleic acid tests that is urging residents to stay home and non-essential
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Schwarzman is here, so Dan, another big name defecting to the live golf series. That is true as four time major winner Brooks Koepka has decided to make the move. The 32 year old is expected to compete and Liv's first U.S. based tournament in Oregon team off on June 30th with kapka and also Abraham answered defecting as well. Liv is now signed to the top 50 ranked offers in the world. The PGA Tour looking to revamp its schedule starting in 2023 in response to the live series in larger purses in at least 8 existing events, while also adding three new events with no cuts, smaller fields in marquee purses. The PGA Tour will also return to a calendar year schedule rather than the wrap around format being used now. The seating for Wimbledon has been released with defending champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal being seated number one and number two with the tournament scheduled to begin on June 27th, both Daniel Medvedev and Alexander zverev will not be playing as Medvedev is banned for being Russian while zverev is out in injury suffered in the French Open. In the women's draw the top seat is egas Fiat tech while 23 time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is not seated after accepting a wild card into the event. Liverpool sadio Manet arrived in Germany to take his physical with Bayern Munich as a 30 year old moved one step closer to leaving Anfield after 6 years to join the Bundesliga giants. Reports say that Bayern will pay the reds €41 million with 32 million up front for the forward. Manet is expected to make his debut for Bayern on July 30th against RV Leipzig in the DFL Super Cup opener. Reports say that Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson has reached a settlement with 20 of his 24 accusers who have filed lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct against him. According to the attorney for the women, the terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement for a second time. Gronk initially retired from the New England Patriots after the 2018 season, only to be coaxed back on the field in 2020 with the bucks by Tom Brady. The agent for the four time Super Bowl winner, drew
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Minute of those goings on In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg Thanks Ed 38 minutes pass the hour time for global sports And Dan Schwartzman joins us Dan Viacom wins digital rights to the cricket games Yeah they've spent a fortune here Julie at Viacom 18 has just beaten out the opposition for the digital rights paying $2.6 billion that's 205 billion rupees it'll cover the next 5 years Disney by the way has the TV broadcast rights They paid $3 billion for those privileges think about how much money is spent on cricket with such a large population in India Meanwhile elsewhere when you look at what is going on in the world of soccer how about this The Portuguese club Benfica announcing they have agreed to the €100 million transfer of star four Darwin Nunez to Liverpool with an initial fee of 75 million with 25 million more as add ons The 22 year old is coming off a season of scoring 34 goals in 41 appearances in all competitions For the reds the transfer mount is a club record it far exceeds the 76.2 million pounds they paid to Southampton back in 2018 for Virgil van DIJK There's a new number one in men's tennis Daniel Medvedev taken over the top spot from Novak Djokovic just two weeks before Wimbledon which Medvedev is barred from playing in due to Russia's war in Ukraine Djokovic falls to third in the rankings also behind Alexander zverev Game 5 of the NBA Finals tipping off in about 25 minutes or so the Golden State Warriors hosting the Boston Celtics the series is tied at two games apiece warriors coming off a game four win in Boston one O 7 to 97 Steph Curry leading all scores in that one with 43 points I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update back to you Juliet Thanks so much Dan Coming up we're gonna chat about this market solo for seeing with Mark cranfield Bloomberg and live strategist here in Singapore We mentioned U.S. stock sinking into a bamboo couldn't beat their surge in bond yields We've got these growing expectations of sharper rate hikes from the fed and we're seeing all that weakness play through into the bond and equity markets here in Asia to Australia's a 6 200 playing catch up after being closed yesterday down four and a half percent The yield on Australia's 5 year note is up 38 basis points This is Bloomberg Have you heard the term concierge medicine and.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Start of the 2016 season Meanwhile cowboys defensive coordinator and former Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn he will remain in Dallas after interviewing for four coaching vacancies I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Juliet Thanks Dan Coming up we're going to chat to Edward Harrison Bloomberg saying your editor to discuss the latest on the markets We're seeing a little bit of a rebound coming through in some of the key indexes here in Asia the topics which has entered correction territory up 1% the ASX 200 up a third of 1% but still a bit of weakness in Korea Credit Suisse upgrading China stocks to market weight from underweight This is Bloomberg Larry zicklin I haven't really woken up Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m. Price and participation may vary McDonald's I'm loving it Says Bloomberg daybreak Asia it is 45 minutes past the hour Time for a check of sports from around the world Here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks Brian Different reports out of Italy say that both Liverpool and Manchester City have reached out to the event to start Paolo dibala regarding moving to the Premier League with a striker's current contract running out at the end of the season The 28 year old has been in a contract stalemate with uve and is not agreed to a new deal Top seed ashleigh Barty continues to dominate at the Australian open now moving on to the finals new straight sets over American Madison keys while 27th ranked American Danielle Collins will face party after beating 7 seated straight sets In the men's draw 60 graph Nadal is facing 7 C Matteo bartini while two seat Daniel Medvedev plays four seated Stefano Citi pass in semifinal matches later tonight Multiple reports say that the Las Vegas Raiders have requested an interview longtime patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels for their head coaching position The Daniels had a short stint as a coach of the Denver Broncos in 2009 and 2010 Back in 2018 Indianapolis Colts announcement Daniels as their new head coach before the 45 year old withdrew After 18 years steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger announcing his retirement on social media The 39 year old likely Hall of Famer ends his career with the 5th most passing yards in league history with just over 64,000 while winning rookie of the year and two super bowls Roethlisberger was selected 11th overall out of Miami Ohio in.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of sport from around the world here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks Brian World's number one ring go back Djokovic who is back in Serbia after losing his appeal to stay in Australia and play the Australian open may not be allowed to play maze French Open as things stand as Francis past stricter COVID rules The country's vaccine pass law approved on Sunday says that one must be vaccinated to enter public areas such as sports venues restaurants movies and other places High seats playing first round matches at the Australian open as two C Daniel Medvedev 15 Andre Rublev 8th seed Casper Ruud and 9th C Felix OJ asimo all in action with third seed Alexander zverev already moving on to the second round in street sets Looking at the women's draw top seeded ashleigh Barty advances as does sports see the Barbara creaky Cova with third seed garbine muguruza schedule to take the court tonight Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has won his second straight fee for the best award beating out Lionel Messi Mohamed Salah the Ford squirty Putin to seek a record 41 goals in 2021 Chelsea manager Tomas two one manager of the year while eduard mendy of Chelsea takes home goalkeeper of the year Final game of wildcard weekend is tonight in Los Angeles as a rams are hosting the Arizona Cardinals at SoFi Stadium The rams ended the regular season with a record of 12 and 5 and had won 5 their last 6 games while the Cardinals were 11 and 6 and had lost for their last 5 I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports out there Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business act and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash Asian stocks looks look set for kind of a cautious start here We have futures trading higher for equity markets.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My heart is filled with joy. And I'm the happiest man alive because you guys made me feel very special before shocker as Daniel Medvedev takes the crown with a straight set victory in the final joker, fighting back tears thank the sometimes tough Gathering for trying to get him through so close to history for Novak 33 out to the roadways this morning. What a disaster. This has been really rough and tumble. Laurie Grandi is watching the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes enjoyable, which is the opposite of enjoyable this morning. It's just a really tough ride out there. Things had started to improve a little bit. Now we have a second wave of delays on the lower end of 93 north, and that is jam from route 28 Randolph. Right to the expressway when she hit the expressway that is slow from the Braintree Split right up through Columbia Road a little bit of running room but don't get all excited gets heavy again. Mosab to the O'Neill Tunnel. HIV Lane. Traffic is heavy in the parts itself and express what you're tied up as well. From massage to Freeport Street. Traffic continues to be slow as well on the upper end of Route three south and this is all due to an earlier car fire. There it is slow from Step Brook Road in Nashua. To Westford Road and Kingsborough from that earlier car fire again. It's slow from 4 95 right to route 62 in Bedford, 93 South and another crash this one in the breakdown lane just before for 95 traffic is slow from River Road. To that point, I'm thinking that's the problem area. This is the third crash in that same spot this morning that it's solid after that from stone and right to the lever connector, which is tied up and and Getting on to store or drive expected, lays 4 95 south on 1, 14 and Lawrence to 93. Still a tough go of it never connected. Like I said the Tobin Bridge stalled out Route 16 and Chelsea all the way to the second bridge. Traffic is actually really tough in the summer Tamil right now it's backed up end to end and two anti tells you. Ted Williams Tunnel slow Going inside the tube. Laurie Grant WBC's traffic on the trees started to get hints of nice in Boston right now, as the clouds are beginning to clear. We're seeing some blue sky and breaks of sunshine right now and more of that to come today as the showers are moving offshore. We're going to see plenty of sunshine.
1 to Go: Djokovic Into US Open Final, Nears Year Grand Slam
"Well number one that a joke of it just kept alive his hopes of becoming the first man in more than five decades to win a calendar year grand slam but not before intense roller coaster five said US open battle with the full state Alexander Zverev they determine certain eventually prevailed six two in the fifth set I know we want to talk about history and I know it's on the line and I'm aware of it of course I'm aware of it but I'm just trying to looking to what I know works for me Djokovic has now just one win away from making history and his remaining hurdle will be the second state Daniel Medvedev they inform Russian strike setting the twelfth St Felix or share the same to reach his third grand slam finale I'm Graham like us
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"S. Open. Novak Djokovic sauces, Vera Career of one the 1st 46 Djokovic won the second 6 to 1 third 64 in that third set in the final game. There was a rally that consisted of 53 shots 53 shots two players head and he needed a moment We all did. 6264 at that point. Very. I've stayed alive with 46 win in the fourth. And now here we are. Djokovic has hit the afterburners. He's up 51 serving for the match there at Deuce. If Novak Djokovic wins, he is three sets away from history and completing the calendar slam. Winner will get Daniel Medvedev on Sunday. Medvedev earlier today straight, said the winner in his third career major final It'll be his second ever at the U. S. Sultan Baseball tonight endures the batter with one out. Nobody on pitch. Door drives one tour the right field corner, slicing down the line. It's deep, and it is a home run. It's off the foul pole down the right field line, and it's a homer the opposite way for Francisco Lindores. Plainer and as what they call WCBS Yankees take game unto me the Mets. Wow. Way to go. Kevin Mets take Game one against the Yankees tended three reminder. We have coverage of the final two games of this weekend series from feeding Citi Field Saturday and Sunday Saturday, beginning at seven P.m. Eastern, on a special 20th anniversary of 9 11. Then Sunday night. We're back on Monday after a week one and the Bears. That's right. The bear's face. The Rams will tell you how Matthew Stafford looks after his L. A debut, and if we got a First.
"daniel medvedev" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Asking voters for any bit they can donate to compete in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans. 2 to 1 boxes. Marianne Rafferty, America's listening to Fox News. This is the Fox News Rundown. Now look at sports. Baseball standings get altered again in the American League wild card race. Toronto Blue Jays, head of the New York Yankees, their fourth straight loss 5 to 1 and overtook the Seattle Mariners for third place in the wild card standings. Paired with the Red Sox 12 7 loss to the race. Toronto got within two games of Boston for the second wild card. Yankees ace pitcher Garrett Coal left in the fourth inning last night because of tightness in his hamstring. National League West Giants still one game up on the Dodgers. Both teams won last night NFL season kicks off tomorrow, the Buccaneers and eight point favorite at home over the Cowboys running back Levian Bell, reportedly signing with the Baltimore Ravens to begin on the practice squad but expected to get moved to the 53 Man roster. Saints released running back Latavius Murray, Gonzaga Men's basketball coach Mark Few had a run in with the law Monday night. In Idaho View was cited for suspicion of driving under the influence blood alcohol level readings of 0.119 Point 12 Oh legal limit in Idaho 120.8. In this U. S Open without Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Tennis fans have gotten a glimpse into the future of the professional ranks first time a man born in the 21st century has reached the semifinals at a Grand Slam tournament. 21 year old Canadian Felix O. J. Ali Jasim advanced against 18 year old Carlos Alcaraz when Alcaraz retired with an abductor injury last night, trailing in the second set. Jay Allison will face Daniel Medvedev in the semi's one day after she turned 19 Canadian Layla Fernandez became the youngest woman at the open since Serena Williams in 1999 to beat two players seated in the top five and the youngest semifinalists since Maria Sharapova in 2005 Fernandez defeated number four seed Elina Svitolina. She'll face number two seed arena.
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"We're going to try to work out some arrangement with Taliban and sure. Goes Pakistan, as does Russia, as does Iraq. The State Department says it's assessing the interim rulers but also expresses concerns about the track records of some of the individuals. Tim Maguire Washington, Idaho Public health leaders have activated crisis standards of care as they call it, and that means they are now rationing health care for the state's northern hospitals. Because there are more coronavirus patients than those institutions can handle. Idaho has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the United States stock futures remaining pretty close overnight to where they were in yesterday's clothes after the Dow is 260 Point loss. It's 18.5 past the hour. It's 19 past the hour at first light, Let's find out what's been happening on the fields and courts. Here's Robert Workman, Michael Baseball on Tuesday the Dodgers down the Cardinals 72. But even the home crowd at Busch Stadium went home happy. Albert Pujols was welcomed with a 42nd standing ovation, then homered in his first at bat in what could be his last series in ST Louis, where he played 11 seasons and lead the cards. A pair of World Series titles. Reyes dropped over the Red Sox 12 7 Nelson Cruz hit two home runs to give him 30 at age 41. He's the oldest player ever to do that Mets match the Marlins 942 dinners. Repeat Alonso. He tops the 100 mark in the second fewest games ever. Only Ryan Howard did it faster. Giants rolled over the Rockies 12 3. Michael Strunsky homered and drove in three. Astros rally past the Mariners 54 in 10 innings. Alex Bregman tied it with a two run homer in the ninth. Carlos Correa won it with a book rule double in extras. White Sox pound out 15 hits to spank the A 63. Chicago leads the A L Central by 11 games brewers paid back the Phillies 10 Nothing a night after getting shellacked 12 Nothing Eric Lower and the power allowed five hits. The crew maintain their 11 game lead in the N L. Central twins like the Indians, three Nothing. Five pictures, scattered seven hits and stranded 11 baserunners. Angel shut out the Padres for nothing. San Diego starter Blake. Snell was perfect through six innings with 10 strikeouts, but the left he had to throw a ton of pitches in the seventh, finally giving up a two run single to Joe Adele that broke up the No. No and the shutout, packing, not in on the package terms fashion to four hitter. Blue Jays bombed the Yankees 51 Marcus Semien left the yard for the sixth time in the last six games. Toronto has won six straight coincidence. Red shaded the Cubs 43 that snap Chicago seven game winning streak. Braves Buzz The Nationals 85 Ozzy Albee's What they Go ahead Homer and four RB Orioles roasted the Royals 73 Pirates Dip The Tigers 32 Rangers over the Diamondbacks 31. At the US Open age. No impediment for Leila Fernandez, the Canadian who ousted former open champions Naomi Osaka and Angela Gerber last week at age 18 played her first match since turning 19 on Labor Day, defeating five seed Elina Svitolina in a third set tie breaker. She becomes the youngest US Open semi finalist since Maria Sharapova in 2000 and five next up to cede Arena. Sabah Lanka Men's to see Daniel Medvedev one in four sets. He makes the open semis for a third straight year. His opponent will be another Canadian, Felix O. J. Ali Yasin, who makes his first major semifinal and the new college football poles around Alabama, still a near unanimous number one in both rankings. George's win over Clemson bolted the Bulldogs up to number two in both polls. Ohio.
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"Finished higher for the day traded up about a half of 1%. It is now 38 minutes past the hour and time for global sports. Let's get to Dan Schwartzman Dan. The magical ride continues for an 18 year old at the US Open, Unbelievable stuff, Brian. I watched it today. Leila Fernandez, the Canadian. She defeats fifth seeded Elina Svitolina in three sets, including 75 in the thrilling third set. Tie Breakers Advances semifinals, The 18 year old has now beaten former winners down, You'll stand Angelique Kerber as well on the way to the semis. Meanwhile, the men's draw to see Daniel Medvedev moves on to the semifinals for the third straight year for the four set win over votes. Vande essential while later tonight. 12 seed he looks so Jaleel Eczema takes an 18 year old Carlos Alcaraz coming up here in probably about 30. Or so minutes. We'll have number two seeds Arena seven. Lanka facing Barbara Critic Ova. Well, there's a big day of World Cup qualifiers Antoine Griezmann scoring the bracelet praying such you know one of her Finland's while Memphis device scores a hatchery as the Netherlands dominates turkey 6 to 1 as we're airline holding with the hat trick is going knocks up to Walter 5 to 1. Portugal shuts at Azerbaijan three mil. Lost your false to Scotland. One nil in Asia. Japan, knocking off China one mil South Korea beats Lebanon one mil Australia gets past Vietnam also one Mil American Gaming Association releasing a poll showing that 36% more Americans intend to gamble on the NFL this year than last year as a season kicks off this Thursday. The survey estimates that 42, a half million Americans will play some sort of wager on the league. Currently, 23 states, along with the District of Columbia allow sports betting, with three more states likely to pass legislation before kickoff. Major League Baseball scoreboard Local teams in action first pitch any minute now the New York Mets on the road in Miami a bit later on ball score. SOFA. Kansas City The Yankees are hosting Toronto. Tampa Bay is at the Boston Red Sox in Washington is visiting Atlanta on the West Coast, San Francisco's at Colorado. Then I am 9 16 area, opening his home to the Chicago White Sox. The AP Top 45 College football poll has been released Alabama holding the number one spot after dominating Miami, with Georgia now moving up to number two after the Bulldogs road when it Clemson, Ohio State now has jumped to number three. I'm Dan Sportsmen that your Bloomberg Sports update for shots. Thanks all for that, Dan. It's just taking a look at what's going on market wise. We're looking at perhaps a steady start to the, uh, Wednesday session that, perhaps by looking at these fears.
Zverev erases 2-set hole, will face Thiem in US Open final
"Just had two more Gargantuan. Grand Slam semifinals one of the best of five sets which was weird and not very wonderful and one straight-sets match, which was absolutely spelled binding and. Just had everything. I've seen a more dramatic thrill ride of a straight-sets match and what is left us with is Alexander Zverev coming back from two sets to love down. To beat public arena buster in five and then dominate team squeezing past Daniel Medvedev and a couple of tiebreaks to at least get something of an earlier night, which is not something that we're really used