21 Burst results for "Del Potrero"

"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:34 min | 4 months ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Yeah especially at best a five cent max where it could have turned and almost always and that was probably but wow medvedev not many players be a big three member in a grand slam final. He's joined mary. Del potrero unwavering. That the only ones has never would say legends. Only what was it l. l. to shift left out to plus left plus left dead fish. That fish there was a brilliant tweets by the brilliant writer. Jerry nathan yeah a couple of tweets. She said imagine the pain of losing the calendar slam to guy who remind you with his final words that he is a gamer. The ultimate fate of the millennial reach the peak of your craft need to be obsoleted by bloggers and shit posters with apologies. That tha david's mum. Obviously but yeah it so i mean and methods seven years older than the person that won the women's stars who yesterday and yet this is the first time since nineteen ninety that we've had maiden champions mating slam champions in both the men's and the women's the us open and that was some purpose and sabatini. So i don't wanna fall into this same trap that i fell into on prime video earlier of trying to say changing of the guard without saying changing if the god and you don't wanna new era. I'm not saying that novak djokovic. She's going anywhere not going to be the favourite. The australian open of course is you'll be going for tenth title there. An se takes a full between now and then but but still he will be the favorite But will will the feel of tennis be significantly. Different going forward. Now will will novak djokovic. Be the outlier. The outlying member of tennessee's passed that is that is forcing his way into the present rather than the future that is forcing its way into the present. It's it's late folks. None is that quite works. i get it. I think the difference will come if he's the only one of the big three. I've always held this theory about the big three as pat kansas. And i think when there's only one of them in the draw it just makes it harder for them to win it will needle is currently on crutches. Madonna's is on crutches federer. we've not seen a picture of him but he said he was going to be on crutches for weeks so he kind of is the only one and yet andy murray is playing a challenger event in ren yeah big believer in the big four big three for a reason the balance of power is still with yovich has to be based on what he's done this year the grand slams but it was pretty extraordinary that he won certainly two of the slams that he did this year. Australia was a big struggle for him and the french open was a massive struggle for him. In terms of coming from two sets down twice beating on the doll he he knew this was a now or never situation. The calendar slam. He knows he's not gonna be hoovering up grand slam titles i. I'm pretty sure he will win. More but you know with hud zverev talk about the belief gained from beating jovic at the olympics and he ran him for closer off the back of that than he ever has before in a grand slam and you feel like medvedev will gain belief from this. I think he had a real aura. Jovic post-wimbledon didn't they but he's you know he's gone to two events that he says sights on winning and he hasn't won them and that that has to have some impact. I think anyway. Just i should say i tweeted earlier. The okay jovovich has come up short. In terms of completing the grand slam. Just as serena dede's six years ago but what a thrill to have both of them go for it in memory. I think the last time it happened was martina never took over in nine hundred. Eighty four trying to get the grand slam she. She competed three of four. She already has one. Yes seven in a row. Yeah on rail. She went into that tournament on a seventy match-winning straight on royal and it was australia and it wasn't such a big slam you know didn't have the same prestige and it wasn't all the press attention on it. So really. these two from serena and jackovitch are the ones since since steffi graf in an aids and you know i massive respect for what they did you know. There's there's glory in the chase as well as in the final catch and yes. They both wanted to do it but they both enhance greatness on that quest absolutely. Yeah but still say beautifully. I'll tell you what to golden slams were completed today to and one of them was followed by a k. not the moment of the tournament because amer- article on the momentum but definitely second best moment at the tournament didn't know caught Defeated nails vinck the unseeded dutchman today seven five sixty in the will check quad singles final to win the golden slam now dylan oh is is a massive deal in australia is now think. After he won the olympic gold his his face was projected onto the sydney opera house or preps his name. Something about did. An old co was projected onto the sydney opera house. He he's he's big potatoes he he's he's he's cool he's really cool. He's paul to the tv coverage of the the australian. I've in australia And there was a lovely moment In the earliest stages. If the i th the men's singles final when the wheelchair champions did it Competed today Will will lined up on the first tear. The author stadium in the camera was on them and they. They were reduced and wave to the crowd. Dylan oh my his moment of the sun and then some and then some talk is through it. Well he had was the trophy he had with him yet all receptacle. Yes full beverage. And he had a bear mary cried. Pantley said on on the american coverage. I don't think that's his first beer. And he poured it into the receptacle and chucked it chugged it and he says he always jokes beer after wins grants. Don't let that. He's never done it in front on the authorized stadium in front of it was it was. It was sort of always. Oh oh right again. Similar to medvedev he committed to it totally and that is what matted while if he can't do it after you've won a golden slam a date night when you can devote dacoit also completed the golden islam- today. She beat you a committee. Six three six to no chugging though no she was a.

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"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Thirty five winners against forty five unforced winters but the big number here go joe which goya which it's excuse me thirty winners against eighty four on four stairs credit to him for realising in sets one sets three and throughout the course of match while i'm not gonna win baseline exchanges with alcoa's. He had to take the ball early. On the rise incorporate the servant bali he was twenty seven forty. Two at the net in this match certainly took his chances. Which by the way. He's playing with house money. That's exactly what you have to do at this stage. You are him at the same time you know. He has that funky eastern forehand grip. He wants to take that ball. On the rise hit flat down the line news your topspin redirected at times when he was able to time His forehand correctly used the alcatraz topspin to really bunt down on his own ball. There are times when he cracked for where you're like. Whoa this guy is frigging ridiculous. And there are some volleys. He had just his feel around the cord again. This he plays. He played well in this match. He played smart. He had to take chances had to be aggressive because he wasn't going to win. A baseline fair but again that out grass can impose his physicality make it a baseline affair and then just dominate down the home stretch of sets four and five speaks to the development of where he's at i wax poetically about his game. A how effective. It just honestly incredible. That forehand already is for outcries. So i won't do that for you all again but he was. That sensational wants more five. Seven six one five seven six two six victory to advance to his first grand slam quarterfinal of course again felix obviously has been a part of our lives for awhile now. He just turned twenty one years old. And for the twenty one year old back to back quarterfinals act grand slams you look for felix. He becomes the youngest player since one. Martine del potrero at age twenty in two thousand nine to advance two consecutive grand slam quarterfinals..

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"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Assisi poss- quarter of the draw. We see both he and number five seed. Andrei rupe love eliminated on this day by two fellow. Young stars in the game in carlos out resin francis ti phone. We have to talk about carlos alvarez next because we're carlos alvarez is doing here in this eighteen months stretch of his is downright silly. Let's just quickly recap what the eighteen year old alcatraz has done here over the past eighteen months of play before we talk specifically about his win today oversee. Pass you look for the spaniard here. Thirty five and fifteen in the twenty twenty one season. But if you want a date back to that let's go. Just since the start of twenty twenty. He played three futures events in january one. Two of them made a final at the other. He then goes to the challenge. Level upon the start of play makes three shell excuse me when three challenger titles makes a fourth final as well all in twenty twenty as a seventeen year old. he's on lists of the best show youngest challenger and best results the lists all now are rashard gasquet. Who i've said it before the best sixteen seventeen year old in an atp tour history the lists are gasquet rafa jovovich del. Potrero faa an alcatraz. Those are the guys with you know two three challenger titles before they turn eighteen years old. You then look for outcries here this season. He's been ridiculous at the level again making his first career semi-final in marbella back in april then wins his first title in omagh in twenty twenty one. You look for him over on his career. Now he's twenty and fourteen in. Atp tour level matches again in eighteen year old. Who is twenty and fourteen in atp tour. Matches already has an atp title under his belt now already. Has you know to third rounds at grand slams. He did it at the french open. Does it here at the. Us open and now he beat seats. He passes well and again. I want to get even more granular because you look for alcatraz. He's ninety four and thirty three overall in his career. Now in pro level matches now of course it started out at the futures then to the challengers now the atp level but he's one seventy percent of his matches he belongs at the atp level. Already look at his breakdown by splits He's now two and three in his career against top twenty opponents. But you look for him against the top fifty here. This season carlos alvarez now nine six over also guineas winning sixty percent of his matches against top fifty opponents he came into this event ranked number fifty five in the world. You look with this result. His first second week at a grand slam he is up to a new career. High of number fifty in the live. Rankings you looked for him in the race to the huron finals. He's thirtieth in terms of total points. Accumulated yeah he belonged in that discussion. Eighteen years old already. A top fifty player. You just don't say that about many guys before you know of the next generation. It was george it was vir of it was guys like chappel cdc paths. That's really at those. Were the guys who were top fifty. By the time they were eighteen years old. Alcatraz is on that short list of guys who are able to do it. Of course you want to talk now about his match his performance here today against sodano cpap as in so many of his matches what stands out immediately is the forehand..

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"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Fifteen as you can tell me han solo here on day. One have fun guests already lined up for tomorrow and wednesday so be on the lookout for those many breaks and again many breaks every day throughout these two four throughout this fortnight over in london but with that in mind. Let's talk andy murray. Aw those are forwards. I suppose four a three and a compound word that i have not been able to say in far too long and i'm only far too excited to say now look. Is this the most significant match to the remainder of this twenty. Twenty one wimbledon. No there's no denying if you are an andy. Murray die hard. Like i am and let me be clear. What was i doing in the week. Leading up to this wimbledon event because again small sample size of grass court events. No twenty twenty grass court season. I was trying to catch up go watch. Previous wimbledon goes previous warm up events. Just trying to broaden my knowledge of what these players look like on grass courts of course ultimately it ended up with devolve Devolving into an andy. Murray you too. Deep dive i watched twenty twelve. Us open twenty twelve australian open semi-final which is sneakily. The most physical match in men's tennis history between he djokovic. I ended up watching the twenty. Two wimbledon final only to immediately transitioned highlights of the two thousand twelve olympic final than any marines capturing at wimbledon. I ended up watching the two thousand sixteen olympics. Del potros level at the two thousand sixteen olympics is out of this world again. I know we're on an opening tangent here but if you are looking to deep dive and you're like who should i watch today twenty sixteen olympics. Watch del poke vich. The level gnat match. It's one of the few times. I've seen jovic beaten. When he plays close to his best tennis watch joke of trona doll in the semifinals. Murray del potrero in the finals. More fantastic tennis anyways. Watching all of that andy. Murray footage when you watch him back in the day. I have to say him. Rafael nadal novak djokovic. Those are the three people who reached a plane of physicality that quite frankly no one else. In men's tennis history has ever reached their ability to track down balls in the outer third and generate depth and pace and precision from those positions in the court and just their ability to track down that extra ball ability to change directions. Second to none in men's tennis history. It's why the prime of andy murray belongs in the discussion. There was the big four era ultimately jovic veteran adult. Yes they go on to accomplish. More things than you could argue. Twenty seventeen to twenty twenty one is either the big three era orphan novak djokovic era but prior to that it was a big four and you know again the fluidity of murray his ability to generate backhands deepen that corner his ability to generate pace when he goes forehand. Cross court sat on those balls. That was vintage andy. Murray and you know the big thing. For andy murray at this all of this is to say. That's not being andy murray. We got today against nikola specialists view. Basler's feeling now. There were a lot of qualities of andy. Murray prime that we saw from this. Andy murray obviously the tenacity the never say die attitude but most importantly the tactics andy. Murray put together a brilliant tactical match against nicholas bachelor's and look we again nicholas bachelors billion. The conversation mcenroe and i apologize. I don't know who he was within the commentating booth had about nico bachelors. Feed the assault allegations that he is currently facing his home country from his ex wife. It's something we've talked about on this podcast here before It was cringe-worthy. There's no denying that good on them for addressing it..

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"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:23 min | 7 months ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Was he was very struck. Today was named by the achievement of having not just reached grandson fine on a personal level. That's obviously been a huge goal is becoming the first greek player to do so. He went into his own little storytelling world about being from small town outside of athens and realizing this big dream you know it really means something to them especially on court interview. That i've heard i it was great wasn't credit bartalucci. But how did he scrupulously the many emotional breakdowns that he experienced throughout the throughout the course of the match which was an unusually sofa were description if if his His inner monologue wasn't it as hannah said on twitter. We noticed it to be honest it it tells and the fact that he was two sets up and let's vary back in. That doesn't really worry me so much. I know his tennis there the fact that he had a wobble on the precipice of something so huge that he's never achieved before. That doesn't worry me so much especially is as you say. David proposition of the final. So different he was he was the heavy favor he was expected to a needed to win that much today he the grief chamber would have been firing on all cylinders. Had not won that match especially at two sets love up. That's the state's is higher. If you're losing it you losing it from sets up as even worse than just losing. The thing happened to sets up from what you were saying. Look i i think is very very served. Unbelievably well for those two sets and it didn't take much dropoff from cisa pass. It's not like he. He completely disappeared a went walkabout in that match. But it didn't take much stroke drop-off to let's vary vin and give him a bit of belief really and then not bit of belief put planted. The seed of doubt in sit surpasses mine. And he may see bjorn born rich flashing across sit surpasses irises. Aamer the us open much. He lost from the fourth round match year. Losing from from two sets to love up. How could that not be. And there was a can't quite remember this subsequent results but it was definitely mental baggage from from that much for for a while. afterwards he seems to be recovered from it now but it left some some skulls. I think it was a strange match against fair of today. And ultimately i felt it was completely dictated by sit surpass. He was completely proactive. In those first two sets getting the boat on his forehand looking to make things happen. And i think he made zverev like the very worst version of himself as a tennis player. Which is just completely reactive to everything that's happening from six feet behind the baseline and then as you said very really did serve better in those third and fourth sets. I think the moment got to sit to pass. And he went away from being proactive. I think he was. I felt like he was bailing out of rallies which he didn't need to. I thought he was struggling. Little bit physically. But maybe it was just more mentally And then he's loved forty down in the first game of the fifth set is sits a pass and actually i think the fact he got through such a tough game was pivot or because it gave him such a boost and it also was significant blow to have not to get the break at the start of the fifth and then very quickly the match took on the form of the sets again it was as though those third and fourth set hadn't really happened and it was like oh well sits passes the better player. He's just going to see this out and it wasn't a particularly dramatic fifth set. It was a stranger as into that in school in terms. That was the close a much of the day that was five sesser and natale jovic food sensor with a with a not that close for set but i mean tennessee winning. They didn't play well at the same time. Our toll now now and look. I do think we could be here on sunday. Pointing to those two sets as a as an unnecessary detour for sits surpass. I remember burs backers words. After the two thousand sixteen final saying the difference between djokovic murray was the extra energy that larry. It's forty six minutes something that he'd spent in those first couple of rounds against organ. that's not that's not bjorn. Mattiace and random stepanek. I think everything against you. Think about it in twenty twelve wimbledon. So the twenty. Thirteen wimbledon didn't jerk which have have an epic against del potrero. You need you need a little bit short in the final in the end. They weren't a grueling. Five sets that it's an extra. Yeah on the phone call. Yeah and somehow made it more of an emotional match passes. Well made it. I'm not sure i mean. Of course you would have been emotional to reach first grand slam final. But i'm not sure it would quite have been that much of a enormous sigh of relief combined with the emotion of the feet of reaching that final. Say off not gonna asu predictions just yet. We've got a. We've got a good twenty four hours before we do that. We can look ahead to tomorrow's women's final anaesthesia public rank of and bob bora critique uva. I asked earlier on this evening in the heat if jovic nidal battle. Who's going for in this one. And he took a long long pause and then a big sign event. I think pavley schenker de stunned by that matt or was that sort of frenzied needle jovovich affected moment. I wasn't thinking straight look. I really think it's extremely close tough to call. I would probably just say still pavlik chen cover. I can't believe that creek chica. Ver- is not going to hit some sorts of wool physically. She is pipe so much tennis and yet she keeps deceiving me and her opponents and not heading any wall and being fine. But.

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"del potrero" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

Phil in the Blanks

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

"Hundred sixty five days a year and prior to tennis channel ninety five percent of the tennis in the world wasn't on TV because it didn't fit so you'd have of CBS do the US Open and that was about it. Maybe one or two others and they do the same thing they've been doing for twenty years. They weren't innovating we're trying to innovate. The second answer. Sir is probably in our modern world. Fill the real answer. which is it's just hard to know where to go to find anything these days? I mean it's one thing if it's one football football game right. Everybody knows where the Patriots game is. Because it's going to be impossible not to know but those sports operate on the notion of a format that is forced forced scarcity. They only want a few games so that every one of them is a mini Super Bowl and that is brilliant for television. Ours is the exact opposite. It's turned on its head where we say. Look the greatest match that's going on in the world at any given time ninety five percent of the time it's going to be live on our air as as defined by US either on our air and our over the top streaming so that you can pick if you don't like what we picked where we're going to bounce around and show you all of them and then you can go pick Online on tennis channel plus What you WanNa see but you know where to go and so if you've been watching? The Australian Open Roland. Garros is a perfect example where we have all but the finals live and then pretty much and then you know we share one or two matches with NBC broadcast chest. And then they do the first airing of the men's and women's finals and we do an immediate around telecast just following if you've been watching us for two weeks you know it's part of this is just making it easy for you. It's not your job to have to know it's our job to say whenever you show up here we're going to have it for you and when when you get here. We make sure it's good you know I know there are highlights in all the time that you've been at the tennis channel but I'm sure you me helping to call all the del Potrero federal match at the. US Open had to be on your short list of highlights. The history of tennis Roger Federer still holds it against you because I believe the fifth set. Where when you're in the booth and Martine del Potrero gave quite a speech. Yeah and he beat him because federal tried to slug it out with him yes. Editor is a shotmaker del. potros slugger and federal tried to slug it out with that was my analysis. You can't do that with strong. It's it incredibly incredibly. Yeah in Fedor stop making finesse shots and tried to let you can slug it out with a guy. He's too big too strong agreed. That's my two cents worth. I think that's right. I I had a short career. I don't remember you asking me back. We can't get you you know between the podcasts at all the TV shows are making talk for just a minute ten finishes not new to you. Your parents yeah big tennis. How old's your mom and dad now? Well my dad's eighty six and my mom is Well it somewhere in her seventies. I'm not sure that it's appropriate to say exactly. But she's mature and I can't catch her first of all on the court. Her forehand to this day is harder than just about anybody I know. And she's running up mountains and giving in their incredible athletes amateur athletes. My Dad Biz resume now. The southern California Tennis Hall of fame and and is a great player great athlete he was a basketball player and In College College and and in the army Came to tennis a little bit late. But what's remarkable and that SORTA twist of the story is that I was clearly not gonna a B and you can attest to this the best player in our family by any means and you know as a kid if you go you WanNa go find your own thing and I didn't really have the right temperament to stick to who it adjust and I didn't learn the lessons of tennis until later still not sure but I forsook the game a bit and and while tennis was our breakfast table at home we would go out and hit and then we'd have br I mean literally it permeated our life. My Dad found it clubs and and and founded a lot of my mom uh-huh and what senior tennis has become today in the country. I was not that. And then our dearly departed mutual friend. Frank Biondi Who who was also my boss at universal in the world of relationships mattering called and said I got an idea for you this tennis channel thing and I first of all so? That's the dumbest idea. Come on I mean. They had sort of been petri dishing. It wasn't working very well and I just laughed and said that's it that's your idea and and and But I hung up the phone and and called my dad and said you're not gonNA believe this but You know because he follows obviously my career and I was leaving scripts and find living living which I had done. And he's I said I. I think I got something. I woke up the next day with the epiphany that kind of what we become. Oddly enough and he he said what is is it and I said tennis channel and they just started laughing hysterically because I had for all these years kind of pushed back and he said I told you tennis would be good for your career and here we are today. It's a great irony and it's been a great help obvious you're being modest. 'cause you're a good tennis player. You've got a great forehand or really good serve and a crate forehand and choking Right now he's you know it's all relative you've got a good forehand and serve forehand and serve and start her leaving out some things ballboy and then do it all that stuff in this world. Reacts Volleys were in there. The backhand is a little less assert back around everything don't now and then but I did grow up in it. Oddly Enough Ballboy Davis Cup Cup and I bought it what what became the Indian Wells now and and I got to know players and so almost inadvertently I had just the background of DNA of what the sport is all about the USC. Tennis players used to stay at our house. Actually pro players would stay at our house so I did grow up in that world and some of it's seeped in and it's been helpful. Needless to say we'll tell us about the Australian Open. It's coming up and then I'm going to change the topic away from tennis. You got it. It's it always exciting. They one of the things. That's so great about this. Sport is that. There's a guaranteed four blockbuster movies if we were a studio every year. And that's the Aussie Open. And and and and that's the first one of the year down in Melbourne and We talk a little bit about what's going on down there and then obviously it's the French and the USO Then Wimbledon the US Open Open but lots of stuff in between and so right. Now we're in we're in Australia. January is summer down under for us. we are actually really doing a lot of overtime work obviously with the bushfires it's just horrible and living in southern California we have a particular place in our heart and understand. I'd do it back at my the house couple of you know not just a couple of months ago right and as you were in not out of harm's way either But it is exciting and it's the beginning of the year. The year has really already begun. Were in both Key WTI tournaments right now down in Australia as well as has this new men's ATP Cup which is an international competition one of three that there are now Davis Cup ATP Cup and and And Roger Federer's Labor Cup the Rod Laver and you know there's a lot to figure out we are in the middle of a changing of the guard moment where we we are still in the what's impossible to say isn't the maybe the golden era of tennis with Rafa. Roger Novak Back Serena you know still tremendous on both sides of the equation Venus still playing and yet all of these fantastic young players and there really are giving them a run for their money. There were five new players in the. ATP Finals this year was split new. You know young and old and we're seeing great players at the top end of the spectrum and now we're seeing fifteen-year-olds like cocoa golf come in and and capture the hearts of the world. She's really something she's she's something all the way around. I mean you know and we shall see I hate to put you know too much pressure on on a fifteen year old but I know her. We've known her since she was thirteen her. Our family is fantastic. She's an amazing person. Apparently her father a couple of days ago. Corey who's fantastic and mom and there I I was with them right after she won her third match at Wimbledon. Which is this is a ninth grader on Center Court at Wimbledon? I'm sitting court in the same seats. You're sitting in one of the few times I got directly. Sit and watch because that's the unfortunate. Never get to do it. And she wins a match that she was down the first set and down one four. We're in the second and she came back and won it and I'm looking at her parents and her parents are ninth grade parents. She she is a wild. She won the qualifier. There was her being on center court. At Wimbledon beating Venus Williams getting to the third round was was remarkable. Yes two days ago. Her father came on court to coach and he said the Word Damn and she said dad you should not swear and he said what do you mean. I didn't swear. And she said you said the D. Word. We couldn't get an interview with her after one of her matches and they said we said well why not because she's very you know very respectful of it and she. She is a fifteen year old but she's very very good very media savvy obviously and they said well because it will be past her bedtime really. So you've got that that contrasted with Roger and Serena in you know Goo on the on the eve and the Bryan brothers. I might add in there. You know. Thirty seven thirty eight years old old and all in competition to see. WHO's the best in the world? Well that's so great to hear though about cocoa because real things and American and and and Very much a modern person and We there's lots of great young players on both sides of the of the gender equation Asian. But we'll say well let me ask you this question and this is a complete jump cut here. I want to ask you a couple of political questions because you're one of the most politically Likley woke people that I know. I'M NOT GONNA ask you any partisan questions. I'm not even going to say whether you have a political leaning one way or the other not going to ask you to go there at all. You can if you want to. But I'm just going to ask you because you are so politically active because you do give so much of yourself and so much of your time to political activism on more issues than party politics yes. I'm curious about what you think about.

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"del potrero" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

Phil in the Blanks

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

"Hundred sixty five days a year and prior to tennis channel ninety five percent of the tennis in the world wasn't on TV because it didn't fit so you'd have of CBS do the US Open and that was about it. Maybe one or two others and they do the same thing they've been doing for twenty years. They weren't innovating we're trying to innovate. The second answer. Sir is probably in our modern world. Fill the real answer. which is it's just hard to know where to go to find anything these days? I mean it's one thing if it's one football football game right. Everybody knows where the Patriots game is. Because it's going to be impossible not to know but those sports operate on the notion of a format that is forced forced scarcity. They only want a few games so that every one of them is a mini Super Bowl and that is brilliant for television. Ours is the exact opposite. It's turned on its head where we say. Look the greatest match that's going on in the world at any given time ninety five percent of the time it's going to be live on our air as as defined by US either on our air and our over the top streaming so that you can pick if you don't like what we picked where we're going to bounce around and show you all of them and then you can go pick Online on tennis channel plus What you WanNa see but you know where to go and so if you've been watching? The Australian Open Roland. Garros is a perfect example where we have all but the finals live and then pretty much and then you know we share one or two matches with NBC broadcast chest. And then they do the first airing of the men's and women's finals and we do an immediate around telecast just following if you've been watching us for two weeks you know it's part of this is just making it easy for you. It's not your job to have to know it's our job to say whenever you show up here we're going to have it for you and when when you get here. We make sure it's good you know I know there are highlights in all the time that you've been at the tennis channel but I'm sure you me helping to call all the del Potrero federal match at the. US Open had to be on your short list of highlights. The history of tennis Roger Federer still holds it against you because I believe the fifth set. Where when you're in the booth and Martine del Potrero gave quite a speech. Yeah and he beat him because federal tried to slug it out with him yes. Editor is a shotmaker del. potros slugger and federal tried to slug it out with that was my analysis. You can't do that with strong. It's it incredibly incredibly. Yeah in Fedor stop making finesse shots and tried to let you can slug it out with a guy. He's too big too strong agreed. That's my two cents worth. I think that's right. I I had a short career. I don't remember you asking me back. We can't get you you know between the podcasts at all the TV shows are making talk for just a minute ten finishes not new to you. Your parents yeah big tennis. How old's your mom and dad now? Well my dad's eighty six and my mom is Well it somewhere in her seventies. I'm not sure that it's appropriate to say exactly. But she's mature and I can't catch her first of all on the court. Her forehand to this day is harder than just about anybody I know. And she's running up mountains and giving in their incredible athletes amateur athletes. My Dad Biz resume now. The southern California Tennis Hall of fame and and is a great player great athlete he was a basketball player and In College College and and in the army Came to tennis a little bit late. But what's remarkable and that SORTA twist of the story is that I was clearly not gonna a B and you can attest to this the best player in our family by any means and you know as a kid if you go you WanNa go find your own thing and I didn't really have the right temperament to stick to who it adjust and I didn't learn the lessons of tennis until later still not sure but I forsook the game a bit and and while tennis was our breakfast table at home we would go out and hit and then we'd have br I mean literally it permeated our life. My Dad found it clubs and and and founded a lot of my mom uh-huh and what senior tennis has become today in the country. I was not that. And then our dearly departed mutual friend. Frank Biondi Who who was also my boss at universal in the world of relationships mattering called and said I got an idea for you this tennis channel thing and I first of all so? That's the dumbest idea. Come on I mean. They had sort of been petri dishing. It wasn't working very well and I just laughed and said that's it that's your idea and and and But I hung up the phone and and called my dad and said you're not gonNA believe this but You know because he follows obviously my career and I was leaving scripts and find living living which I had done. And he's I said I. I think I got something. I woke up the next day with the epiphany that kind of what we become. Oddly enough and he he said what is is it and I said tennis channel and they just started laughing hysterically because I had for all these years kind of pushed back and he said I told you tennis would be good for your career and here we are today. It's a great irony and it's been a great help obvious you're being modest. 'cause you're a good tennis player. You've got a great forehand or really good serve and a crate forehand and choking Right now he's you know it's all relative you've got a good forehand and serve forehand and serve and start her leaving out some things ballboy and then do it all that stuff in this world. Reacts Volleys were in there. The backhand is a little less assert back around everything don't now and then but I did grow up in it. Oddly Enough Ballboy Davis Cup Cup and I bought it what what became the Indian Wells now and and I got to know players and so almost inadvertently I had just the background of DNA of what the sport is all about the USC. Tennis players used to stay at our house. Actually pro players would stay at our house so I did grow up in that world and some of it's seeped in and it's been helpful. Needless to say we'll tell us about the Australian Open. It's coming up and then I'm going to change the topic away from tennis. You got it. It's it always exciting. They one of the things. That's so great about this. Sport is that. There's a guaranteed four blockbuster movies if we were a studio every year. And that's the Aussie Open. And and and and that's the first one of the year down in Melbourne and We talk a little bit about what's going on down there and then obviously it's the French and the USO Then Wimbledon the US Open Open but lots of stuff in between and so right. Now we're in we're in Australia. January is summer down under for us. we are actually really doing a lot of overtime work obviously with the bushfires it's just horrible and living in southern California we have a particular place in our heart and understand. I'd do it back at my the house couple of you know not just a couple of months ago right and as you were in not out of harm's way either But it is exciting and it's the beginning of the year. The year has really already begun. Were in both Key WTI tournaments right now down in Australia as well as has this new men's ATP Cup which is an international competition one of three that there are now Davis Cup ATP Cup and and And Roger Federer's Labor Cup the Rod Laver and you know there's a lot to figure out we are in the middle of a changing of the guard moment where we we are still in the what's impossible to say isn't the maybe the golden era of tennis with Rafa. Roger Novak Back Serena you know still tremendous on both sides of the equation Venus still playing and yet all of these fantastic young players and there really are giving them a run for their money. There were five new players in the. ATP Finals this year was split new. You know young and old and we're seeing great players at the top end of the spectrum and now we're seeing fifteen-year-olds like cocoa golf come in and and capture the hearts of the world. She's really something she's she's something all the way around. I mean you know and we shall see I hate to put you know too much pressure on on a fifteen year old but I know her. We've known her since she was thirteen her. Our family is fantastic. She's an amazing person. Apparently her father a couple of days ago. Corey who's fantastic and mom and there I I was with them right after she won her third match at Wimbledon. Which is this is a ninth grader on Center Court at Wimbledon? I'm sitting court in the same seats. You're sitting in one of the few times I got directly. Sit and watch because that's the unfortunate. Never get to do it. And she wins a match that she was down the first set and down one four. We're in the second and she came back and won it and I'm looking at her parents and her parents are ninth grade parents. She she is a wild. She won the qualifier. There was her being on center court. At Wimbledon beating Venus Williams getting to the third round was was remarkable. Yes two days ago. Her father came on court to coach and he said the Word Damn and she said dad you should not swear and he said what do you mean. I didn't swear. And she said you said the D. Word. We couldn't get an interview with her after one of her matches and they said we said well why not because she's very you know very respectful of it and she. She is a fifteen year old but she's very very good very media savvy obviously and they said well because it will be past her bedtime really. So you've got that that contrasted with Roger and Serena in you know Goo on the on the eve and the Bryan brothers. I might add in there. You know. Thirty seven thirty eight years old old and all in competition to see. WHO's the best in the world? Well that's so great to hear though about cocoa because real things and American and and and Very much a modern person and We there's lots of great young players on both sides of the of the gender equation Asian. But we'll say well let me ask you this question and this is a complete jump cut here. I want to ask you a couple of political questions because you're one of the most politically Likley woke people that I know. I'M NOT GONNA ask you any partisan questions. I'm not even going to say whether you have a political leaning one way or the other not going to ask you to go there at all. You can if you want to. But I'm just going to ask you because you are so politically active because you do give so much of yourself and so much of your time to political activism on more issues than party politics yes. I'm curious about what you think about.

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"del potrero" Discussed on Head In The Game

Head In The Game

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on Head In The Game

"And think we just took it for granted for sure i mean as fans i'll say we love you and i do think that's true to what extent but the reality is like when you look at tv ratings people want to see these guys win like they're so gracious when they win as well and they're fun to watch all of these things we could ask for champion so we've been really lucky in really really spoiled i think as for his hands and it's been so interesting when you compare the men's side to the women's side i mean with exception of serena they're just has not been anyone that's particularly dominant so the last several years so it's just so fascinating because it's so completely different how much longer do think these guys can go and who knows who the thing is if you would ask me five years ago i probably would have has already capped it so i don't know who am i to say as long as they stay healthy and it seems like they're all incredibly proactive in maintaining their health i mean it feels like better if you play another two or three seasons and and maybe that's not even in that maybe he'll end up playing past forty anyone can do it i think it would be him i think there's a strong chance i remember when federal law last year against kevin on this and i went to his press conference afterwards and there's part of me is philly expects them to say that so i'm hanging up instead he he'd never even blink see just you know what i say to tell you lost much and never never felt one supply retirement or another chance going totti's rack is very focused we say this every year guys where all the new challenges and who do you expect to do well let's just say this tournament outside of the top three there's a few that are pushing dominic team as i mentioned earlier he's more of a clear specialist i guess but has the experience at least of getting a into be the final of a grand slam a someone like alex that i have is better well suited to cross i quite liked the look of a young guy from canada he's only eighteen years old felix oj elliott seem he's my dark yeah sure he steve semifinals at queens gave john lopez a flight in the in the semifinals looks like he's got terrific crosscourt game he's six foot four and really moving the ball let's go lovely touch you might be one to watch i think he's cd maybe a righty mid teens so might get some favorable draws early all i could cause some damage and the second week but what about junk of age we haven't really mentioned in march and it's funny ready because there's there's so much emphasis on federa and the doll on demari chunk of asia's this incredible recode for some reason he doesn't have that magic charisma that you'd expect from someone who's won so many titles one is that i mean that's a great question i think partially because it was federer and adult really the top two for so long that we became accustomed to sort of talking about them versus anyone else and then joe bitch kind of came on suddenly joining that mix so i think just because he came out later he's such the young guy and all you know i think that's part of it some people think he's a little brash that's not my feeling but i do like i do constantly hear people say oh i just don't like him and then you ask them why and they never really have a reason but it does feel like yeah there's more of a dislike whereas veteran adult are universally loved regardless of where you're from or even non tennessee fans the way they speak of fed or a in usa it's sort of having speak of tom brady as and ageless sort of wonder i think you're right the fact is he's just no federal owner doubt that that is very unfair you sometimes comes across as well there's a little bit of when things are going against them then they'll be injury timeout so they'll be the history onyx where the unpire and you say that but i thought the way he dealt with you off the mouth of the defeat somare in twenty eighteen was wonderful ready high his parents congratulating judy mari i know we'd whites at a very very long time time and cross jock itch will go down in history as being part of that match but he was pretty sportsmanlike that day was a native is is interesting quickly he sweats from being disappointed to have lost much to delay his friend they've known each other for again shoplift decades only about three days apart until you have this he switched very quickly to just being so happy for his friend and i think he's spoken by the census said he was just so happy to be part of that moment it will go down in history jhansi andy won't be playing singles this year but he is in the doubles and actually could win and i was thinking it's it's actually really good for the doubles competition but it's gonna be so much in christian andy playing don't you think oh for sure i love double i think it's very underrated and i think mixed doubles is vima be most underrated my only thing is i wish he was playing with jamie i think that would be more attention than anyone but know what to do is get their timing just didn't work out but that would be amazing i think it's great and the fact that he won queens is so what a great story if he could pull this off to me that goes down in history as his work ethic his comeback his dedication to the sport and coming back to the game he loves to me like that is just so commendable and i think it'll be hard to root against and and that's for sure and he said he seems to be really enjoying himself at the moment stephen yeah there's a smile on his face and i think having gone through what you went through this feeling open where he kind of a retirement press conference before his yeah we discussed on head in the game we know this at luke throw the world but he was done he's almost in the afterlife he's tennis career numbers like everything's free hit everything he gets from this point forward this is a bonus that has completely switch the pressure on him for so long particularly at wimbledon it would be quite a comeback if indeed did play singles again and there are examples of players returning from serious injury in the possum thinking of del potrero who has been tremendous for my over the last few years and actually he's a crowd favor as well enough to say out the three properly del potrero i think you would agree is the most popular on the tool yeah because you know what he's been through it's really hard to root against it no matter who explained you're sort of find herself cheering him on because you know it's inspirational in a way which is i think why why people love sports you wanna root for someone that you know this means so much to cover posed costa find it wasn't at all last year that was the one where i stuck it in their hearing all sorted yeah so it sounded great 'em i didn't get to watch a moment it was a really great much closer yeah so what bird yeah they amount of tax i got some friends who knew i was at wimbledon most like i can't believe you so one of i think matt isn't history and i didn't have the heart to be like hell i was about five hundred feet away let's talk about the women's singles some really exciting young players who are already winning grand slams i'm thinking about policy now i mean shaka hoosier flavored this year i'm all in on bardy right now she is playing such phenomenal tennis world number one now just won the french end she says grass's her favorite surface she's saying that and we just saw what you could do on clay which he considers her weakest my god the sky's the limit for her right now and it just feels like her confidence has really really been bolstered over the last six months year so i remember watching her play i think it was in the second round last year against eugenie bouchard mb shirt almost one which if you follow bouchard in the last year to that's not great for bharti she was able to find a way to win and i remember thinking well if she gets it altogether she's gonna be be a superstar end the fact that three years removed from taking a break the play cricket university is number one at twentythree i can only imagine marshall being a couple of years what about the champion stephen on jamaica she's she hung up and down season doesn't shake yeah best result in the grand slam since win wimbledon last year was reaching sixty australia and she hasn't won a tournament emma yet i the weather going back on dry skin reinvigorate she was clearly the best player over the fortnight last year in the end the women's side of the tournament she's subtly meditate or window varsity in the williams in the final it's funny because there's probably ten to twelve players on a women's draw who sp string together for a fortnight can win it this year before kabbah and she was exactly the same she just played great fortnight someone like simona halla par or naomi asaka there's no reason why they kind of string it together for that length of time a little bit of luck of the draw a lot with the weather and it might just fall nicely for someone like kabar who's gone the course before don't say it's been a tough year for serena williams who is struggling to get back to where she was before she had a baby all these do you think a twilight the usual could she win again that would be an amazing story would mitt you know you can never count out rena williams i mean she's got forty three grand slam titles she is to me the goat and i could go on for four hours if you guys want talking about how great i think arena as i think she will win another one will be at wimbledon probably not this year but she is capable of pulling together run she could turn it on obviously wimbledon means so much to her the fact that she made it to the final last year so soon after coming back is incredible edible and the fact that she could do that then makes me think well she was able to do it then she certainly could do it now obviously she's not played well this year she didn't even play in across tournament leading up she hasn't made it past the third round since that's really dope and i think she was on the corners there and hasn't made it that far since that's not a great trend going into a grand slam usa open mature last final it's tough to say but you could never ever ever count out serena just when you think she's done she finds a way to pull it together and make a don't see whereabout speak to a lower robson who she'll know well in in a moment or two but thank you so much for joining us on the head in the game today and have a great wimbledon thank you so much for having me i'm i'm really looking forward wimbledon this year but for the cuts but we also i can't wait to see you just don't say bye guys okay let's continue a head in the game wimbledon preview and speak to one of the best known british players from the lost decade or so it is lower robson laura how you doing kid frankly that they may say stephen so in the semi sbn is well hey laura wimbledon fortnight is my favorite time of the year it's song of what makes the british so my babies nothing quite like you do say what is it mean to you what my special time of year when everyone always look forward to say my as especially said that will say may says i slid likely saw so grow up in wimbledon my house with my son the back of the pack the court so it's always been special just be able to walk down come home and and the loss he is i've moved away from the behind but it's still that special feeding walking in as a plan says a member of the recipe.

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"del potrero" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"del potrero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"del potrero" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"And it leaves us Whitney down against Chuck rich in the final which should be amazing. But it was a non event is a match tonight. Yeah. I think shoot 'em pain for long-term gain. Because as extremely performances it was budget of it. And I really think it was breathtaking. It was a real disappointment of of a match in an event, and you know. Above anything else. I just want competitive tennis matches the number hundred fifty play them hundred and fifty one. Five sets. But personally, I prefer that rather than rather than a match the feels inevitable from game number Tina similar sentiments to the Nishikori match the other night will they? New real physical impediment for tonight as far as where away. Just I mean, both Tim line a game that doesn't match up to. Did you think it was the lead to such? I mean. I mean, just being brilliant, absolutely brilliant as good as ever in that performance. I've ever seen him now. We haven't seen him really tested. So I I'm not saying he is back to absolute joke, which that particular performance was as good as I've ever seen bit. Game sells wise, we doesn't have any massive weapons. He's good weapons. And he's a good mover and a good value from the back of the court and he's some variety, but he doesn't have any. He's not as good around. Here is he's as good at playing ping pong about Jovic, and he doesn't have enough variety to really discombobulated Jovovich, and this just nothing that can throw him balance or hurt more joke, which can just hang off and cheeses m'aiment to to seize towns. And yeah, combine that with a whole lot of I'm sure was going to say that. Played a significant part in that lopsidedness of that scoreline or not I mean. I think I think they played upon him going down early. And because he didn't really believe that he had the game to be Jovic and less Joe Hewitt. She was having a really bad day by which point it was evident that he was in. I think that going down early with a fatal wind he needed to he needed to come out of the blocks lying. I think the nerves is why he lost the second and third sets. But it's why he got himself into the to the state of mind contributed. I thought that Djokovic produced a level of tennis here tonight that reminded me very much of his win action of Wimbledon where I mean, obviously on that occasion hatching is coming in with much greater artillery. He's got this huge game is that much. I was caught level on in the country bucks for on court number one. What was in common with that match? And also the US open final when he played del Potrero. And this one was the way the bowl was coming up the strings of the racket the way he was just pinging the ball of. And he was in the USA and finally made a slow court look fast the way he hit the ball. He was like out hitting del patrol. He was out his in conscious of he'd got something extra on his whiplash to his strokes, purity of the content. I think and that was the case again today because we hit some big shots at him. We didn't play badly. No, no. I mean, I agree with you Robertson headlights in the first four games, which oversee is tough. But he wasn't awful at all. It wasn't like he threw in upset. Stinker performance. Djokovic was immaculate. And it was five. Yeah. And it It was. was really was a respond. I've no idea whether it's in his mind, Anita response to Dalla density. I don't know what you can do that and influence, but I suppose it sharpens your senses, doesn't it? I think that huge rule that he released when he broke in the third set at was almost. Yes, I'm getting get this done in straight-sets. I'm there. I'm the. Jopin on this set set defy that he's got one few days recovery than the Dow that would have been someone somewhere in the recesses vis mind. I'm sure I I felt like that third-set break serve celebration was one of. Chin ref. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. So it was. Yes. I I'm going to win this much make the final. But also I've done this with Ruth officiency array. Cheech? Oh, we don't know. We'll we'll analyze it tomorrow..

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"del potrero" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"del potrero" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reports an amazing, isn't it? Matthew. It is fantastic. Video well worth watching it from the BBC World Service Twitter feed and everywhere else. Okay. Shortly. Howard Johnson reporting Newsday from the BBC World Service with Allen and James. I'm main stories as you've been hearing a court in Myanmar has rejected an appeal by two voices. Journalists jailed for seven years after exposing an army massacre engine Muslims the formula, San chairman caught us go and he's facing two more charges of financial misconduct in Japan and the World Health Organization has found that fewer than one in ten people worldwide. Eating enough, fiber Matthew is here with when we went discussing Howard Johnson's excellent video we were discussing where Andy Murray might fit into the pantheon of great male tennis players a discussion that's going to happen over the next few weeks and months because he has revealed in the last few hours that his time is rapidly coming to an end because he can't play through the pain that he still has from his hip, many, many months off for operation to try and sort it out. He said he'll try and get to this year's Wimbledon where he's had so much success of courts, not just in the. A grand slam. But also in the Olympic Games. But it could be that. This Australian Open which starts on Monday is Andy Murray's final tennis event as a professional at loads of reaction from around the tennis world. Kevin Anderson, I hit we continue to see you fighting on court. So you can retire on your own terms marching del Potrero. Former US open champion, please don't stop trying keep fighting and Billie Jean King called Andy Maria champion on and off the court and mentioned his vocal interventions in so-called, social and political issues your greatest impact on the world. Maybe yet be to come which is the kind of message. You want to hear when you're considering calling time on what has been a huge part of your life. He's thirty one years old a long way for him to go. Whatever else. He does Matthew. Thank you. Business news at eight hundred thousand people what will happen to them. Today. Phillip these are eight hundred thousand US government workers they stop receiving their paychecks. As of today. That's even though the fight. This clues parts of federal agencies has been going on since December the twenty first and is currently on track to be the longest government shutdown in US history. Washington bureau went out onto the streets toss some of those who are protesting the struck the shutdown how they've been affected. My husband works hard every day to make sure that that we are safe as a country. In that. It's terrifying to think that our.

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Dallas officer who fatally shot man in his apartment identified

Maximized Living

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Dallas officer who fatally shot man in his apartment identified

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US Open: Who will win the Novak Djokovic-Juan Martin del Potro final?

Glenn Beck

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

US Open: Who will win the Novak Djokovic-Juan Martin del Potro final?

"Foreigners can be deported from the United States passing with a tally of two forty seven to one. Fifty two Republicans believe it's a much-needed measure to eliminate all criminal aliens from the US. Fox's Jillian Turner. Democrats insist the bill's provisions aren't actually clear at all and accused Republicans have purposely rushing it to a vote offense is considered a crime of violence under the Bill include murder assault sexual abuse child abuse carjacking fleeing an interference with flight crew members in attendance, hundreds of Philadelphia cyclists get naked for a cause. It was the annual Philly naked bike ride a ten mile event to protest dependence on fossil fuels promote safety for

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US, Martine Del Potrero and New York discussed on The Del Walmsley Show

The Del Walmsley Show

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

US, Martine Del Potrero and New York discussed on The Del Walmsley Show

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US Open - Time to acknowledge it's title or nothing for Serena Williams

SportsCenter AllNight

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

US Open - Time to acknowledge it's title or nothing for Serena Williams

"Serena Williams is looking for her seventh US open title, which would break tied with Chris Everett for the most by a woman in the open era for Serena first win over a top ten player. Since returning to the tour as mother this year, and she is now becoming a bidding to become the fourth mother in the open era to win a major title, Kim, Kim Clijsters Margaret Court, and Yvonne Goolagong being the

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Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin del Potro in the Wimbledon quarter-finals

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin del Potro in the Wimbledon quarter-finals

"To done a page who's looking first at wimbledon donna thanks brian in tennis top seed and world number two roger federer defeated audrey in monterey no on monday to reach the quarterfinals at wimbledon federer with three match points just a few minutes final one service game the great credit for the quarterfinals world number one and second seed rafael on the dow defeated year eventually to reach the quarters along with fifth seed juan martine del potrero on the women's side seven time wimbledon champ serena williams who seated twentyfifth following her maternity leave defeated ginny rodeina to advance to the quarterfinals along with eleven seat angelique kerber but seven seed caroliina push cova was upset by number twenty kiki burton's in the fourth round so the last of the women's top ten seeds is out in major league baseball the yankees and orioles are playing a double header tonight in baltimore the mets are hosting the phillies in their own double header tonight the nationals are visiting the pirates the red sox are going for their seventh straight win tonight against the rangers at fenway park the as are going for their third straight win tonight against the astros in houston meanwhile the astros have won six games in a row the giants host the cubs later tonight after san francisco split it's four game weekend series with the cardinals i'm donna page that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update all right donna thank you so much we continue the conversation later on with jeff ken is on markets here he's from ubs securities he's had their of global emerging markets strategy just in case the one thing i noticed they built chart here some traditional correlations have actually broken down so yields you as doll and gm currencies have now reversed in other words higher yields at this point now after you mean stronger em fx and also a lower us don mark coming up next this is bloomberg are you time is running out in just over twenty years it is estimated that particular giraffe numbers have fallen from thirty six thousand to less than nine thousand today fit together wakened ten things around your support to the san diego's global wildlife conservancy helps support efforts like northern range lands.

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Russia, Croatia and Simona Halep discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

The Dan Patrick Show M

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Russia, Croatia and Simona Halep discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

"The lone goal in the thirtieth minute of firsthalf later on at two eastern eleven pacific it'll be russia going up against croatia of the surprise upsets continue at wimbledon women's top seed simona halep is out he was taken down in three sets by unsee the way in the third round play meant to feed raphael and one martine del potrero both advancing traits at this morning on the diamond big night on the mound for astros pitcher lance mccullers junior he took a no hitter into the sixth inning and ended up striking out a career high twelve batters allowed to run over seven innings says the astros crushed the white sox eleven to four houston's lead over the mariners in the al west now a two and a half game that's actor seattle lost to the rockies seven to one boston's chris sale lighting up the royals he struck out twelve allowed just run over six innings mookie betts jd martinez both home wearing red sox double up kansas city ten to five just did smoke a threerun homer blue jays top the yankees sixty two in toronto indians defeat the as ten to four the tigers.

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Cirque du Soleil performer dies in fall during Florida show

Red Eye Radio

00:44 sec | 4 years ago

Cirque du Soleil performer dies in fall during Florida show

"A deadly fall during a show for cirque du soleil performer in tampa florida the theatrical company announced on twitter that a performer fell during an aerial straps number out the show volta he was taken to a hospital after the fall where he later died cirque du soleil canceled its final to tampa shows while the company and thorns investigate how the accident happened the performer had bed with cirque du soleil for more than fifteen years i'm alex and ted one martine del potrero rallied from three match points down in that third sad and beat top ranked roger federer to win the bnp barabas open and hand the swiss his first loss of the year tell potrero became the first argentine winner in the forty two year history of the desert tournament minnesota twins.

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Rory McIlroy wins Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill

ESPNews

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Rory McIlroy wins Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill

"Espn radio sportscenter i'm jan rutta on the nc double a tournament scoreboard early second half cincinnati drilling nevada fifty six to thirty seven it's gone final short in the seventy texas saying blows out to sea north carolina eighty six to sixty five beat butler seventy six to seventy three boiler makers moving on to the sweet sixteen for the second straight season they'll go up against texas tech and syracuse eleven seat in the mid west gets passed three seed michigan state fifty five to fifty three detroit espn's jay williams why the spartans had problems with the syracuse zone i was kinda shocked the miles purchase wasn't more in the middle of his own more goings or you saw jaren jackson and miskel state averages nineteen and a half assists per game they wanna pop nation today and fourteen turnovers kept passing the ball around the top of that song and it couldn't get any action from the middle of the michigan state was just eight of thirtyseven from three syracuse will take duke in the sweet sixteen nfl the patriots have quired receiver returner garo patterson from the raiders with dave expected through exchange late round pigs according to multiple reports rory mcilroy fires mid credible eight under sixty four to win the arnold palmer invitational at eighteen under at bay hill tiger woods finishes at ten under tied for fifth tigers first time finishing in the top ten and back to back weeks on the tour since two thousand twelve tennis one more team del potrero feeds roger federer threeset win the final at indian wells while the raptors sit high atop the eastern conference standings lebron james said their playoff seed doesn't matter wednesday to face off in cleveland coverage starts at six thirty eastern on espn radio and on espn dickerson back with you on espn radio.

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