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A highlight from Dissecting Djokovics Reign, Cocos Title & the 2023 US Open With Craig OShannessy
"Welcome to the official tennis .com podcast featuring professional coach and community leader Kamau Murray. Welcome to the tennis .com podcast. I am your host Kamau Murray and we are here with one of our usual suspects. We always have to do our Masters 1000 Grand Slam wrap up with Mr. Data, Mr. Analytics, Mr. Guy in the bunker with his pen and pad, Craig O 'Shaughnessy. Craig, welcome to the show. Pleasure to be here. Pleasure to be here. I just got back from the US Open. I was there for two weeks. It felt like eight. It's the most draining slam of all. It was a good tournament, some great matches. It's tough, I think way tougher to be there for the duration than any other tournament that there is. 100%. You survive. And the matches, the tournament goes so late and the process to get to and from the site makes it just a haul, right? And it makes the day just long. At an hour and a half to the front and the back of your day, in addition to sitting there watching matches and this thing. Before we get to Coco Sabalenka, because that'll take up the whole show, right? You and I normally, we dibble and dabble on the girls and then we dive into the men's. I want to do the reverse. I want to dibble and dabble in the men's because I don't think anyone's surprised about what happened because if we start talking about Coco and Sabalenka now, it'll just be the whole hour. So when you look at a whole two weeks, right, and I was there for the first part of it, seeing the energy, talking to the players, touching, feeling them, seeing how them and themselves A, were enjoying the atmosphere, sometimes a little too much, B, managing the atmosphere or C, trying to just control their bubble within the atmosphere. And I think that process probably, those three sort of situations probably cost Francis a further run, right, kind of getting caught in the matrix, right, absorbing a lot of atmosphere. And then Ben, with the experience of his family, his dad, controlling the atmosphere, probably had a lot to do with his long run. But I think the match that I think had the biggest impact on the tournament was definitely Novak versus Jerry. Did you see the match? What did you think when Novak left the court, down sucess to love, goes to the bathroom and looks himself in the mirror, what happened? Yeah, when he left the court, you know, it was, he's down two sets to love, Jerry's controlling the back of the court with his backhand, his backhand was the best shot on the court in the first two sets. But to be honest, even then Novak goes in, he's still the favorite, still the favorite down two sets to love. He's done it before, you know, it's one of those things where can your opponent play three blinding good sets out of five? Maybe not, probably not, when Novak goes in, you know, you just kind of reset, look in the mirror. He did exactly the same thing against Tsitsipas at Roland Garros, came out and just mowed over him in the last three sets, mowed over Jerry in the last three sets. It was a carbon copy, it's like Novak looks in the mirror and goes, okay, we've got that out of the way. Whether it's a combination of Novak being a little tight, playing, you know, a fellow countryman, it's a combination of early rounds being a bit tight. It's a combination of the opponent just playing spectacular tennis, but you can see right from the start of that match, Novak wasn't, his A game did not turn up right at the beginning. He was pushing, he was prodding, he was spinning, you know, just watching him play a thousand matches, you look at him and say, well, he's not there yet. And even after two sets, he's not there. But you know, sometimes for players, when you get down, it can relax you. It's like, well, I can't fall any further down this hall, I'm two sets to love down. May as well relax, may as well chill out, may as well believe in myself, may as well hit the ball, and Novak's the master of that. So I'm not so, I'm not surprised by the final result. And I think overall, it really helped Novak to play such a quality match and have to overcome some adversity early on. So I agree with you, very pivotal match for the men's draw. Well, let me ask you this, because from a coach's standpoint, when I see, when I see that type of performance, my mind goes to, it wasn't ready to play, right? When I look at like Francis and Ben Shelton, it looked like Francis wasn't ready to play. When I'm sitting in a coach's box and my player goes down 3 -0 or 4 -1, and they're like, deer in the headlines, don't know what to do, it was like, what was not clear prior to the match? You've spent a lot of time with Novak, Novak's got one of the best teams out there, he's the most methodical and committed to his regimen. How does something like that happen to a player who's number one, Jerry is Serbian, right? So you knew who you were playing, right? How did you come out not ready to play? I mean, is there a chance that at this big of an event, at this point in the event that he just wasn't ready or wasn't clear on what to do or from being close and inside, what do you think? Yeah, I think if you look back to Novak's seven matches, I think he will have a slightly different explanation for how he started in all sevens. You get all your ducks in a row, you watch the video, you talk to the team, you get the game plan, but at the start, it was like Novak, in that match, he may walk out there and sometimes he feels the energy of the crowd and it excites him. Sometimes you feel the energy of the crowd and you may go away a little bit and then come back. But I thought that he was attempting to work his way into this match, to start off even to let his resume do the talking early, let the other guy go away, let the other guy spray balls and it didn't happen. It just didn't happen. So all of a sudden, the opponent's not missing a thing, the opponent's playing at a much higher level than Novak was and you're just not ready for that. He's not ready for that. You're going to play a match like that. In the course of a season where these guys are playing about 80 matches, you're going to have these subtleties with how the opponent's playing, how you're playing, are you really ready, are you working yourself into the match, are you coming out guns blazing? And it was just a bad combination of layers for Novak where Jerry threw the first punches, Novak's tasting blood, and it took him a couple of sets to recover, but there was never any doubt in my mind that he would still win that match. And I think that's the oddest thing. I think the odds makers, after being two sets, Novak was still the favorite and I was like, wow. That's probably the first time that I've seen that, I'm not a better, but the odds makers were still favoring Novak. So let me ask you this. Another pivotal match in the tournament, I think, was TFO Ben Shelton. Yeah, I was at that match. I think we all knew Ben Shelton could play. I thought it was very impressive, him beating Tommy Paul, right? One of the things, and I don't know the reason for this, is when he beat Tommy Paul, the crowd, obviously they had to choose, both Americans, Ben and Tommy, but when Ben beat Tommy, I was a little disappointed that the crowd was kind of quiet, right? But we don't have to hop on that, but I do want to point it out that the crowd was eerily quiet after the win of that. But with him and Francis, one of the things that concerned me about Francis was in that New York environment, with all the celebrities, with all the kind of like, and I mean, first of all, we got to keep it going. More non -tennis people, more non -tennis athletes, musicians, entertainers, artists showed up to the US Open this year than I can ever remember. And we need to do that for the sport to grow. But you still got a tournament to play, right? And this generation who loves that, loves the attention, will have to learn to balance how much is too much, how much gets me off kilter, and how much gets me off track. And I thought that the day before the Ben match, you saw Francis with Bieber. I thought that that was a little too much and perhaps maybe took for granted that Ben would shit his pants, and he didn't, right? You know what I mean? Because when you get to that point in the tournament, when you are the veteran, you kind of expect the young guy to give you a couple, like, ah, if I just play solid, he'll know who he is, and the shock factor will cause him to make a few unforced errors or some bad decisions, and it didn't happen. And to me, that goes in the book of, Francis didn't look ready to play, and I think he'll learn from this experience on managing the energy, managing his energy, for that late in the tournament. But I mean, Ben brought it. What was your take on Ben now when you look at the stats, when you look at the 149 mile an hour serve, what is your take on him now having seen him play six matches? Well, the Tommy Paul match was really good. I liked how he managed the ability to say, okay, this is a ball to pull the trigger on. I spoke with his dad at the start of the tournament, and I mentioned possibly our discussion that we've had in other ones is that I think Ben's maturity is going to come from figuring out when there's one more ball that needs to be hit. There's just one more ball. And I think maybe I talked to you about it last time, but it goes back to me to the 2000 Australian Open final. Agassi beats Kefalnikov in four sets. Agassi's one in the world, Kefalnikov's two. Agassi goes to the post -match interview. Bruce McAvaney is interviewing there, and they're watching some film, and Agassi's just going, you know, Kefalnikov moves well, he lights the ball up, the surface helps him, and he throws this line in there, he goes in the middle, he goes, and he's only looking to pull the trigger one time in the point. So he's a really tough opponent. And that just has always stuck with me. And that's what I said to Ben's dad is that Ben needs to just go, I could pull the trigger on this ball, but it's not quite the right one yet. I could pull the trigger on the next ball. Literally, you could pull the trigger on every ball he hits. But growth, his his maturity, his tennis development and tennis IQ is getting better because you're hitting a ball that makes the opponent uncomfortable, you're hitting a ball that can extract an error, and you don't always have to hit the winner. So Ben's development is going to be predicated on one more ball in the court and making a better decision on when to pull the trigger. And I thought he did a great job in the Tommy Paul match and a great job in the Francis Tiafone match of not pulling too early. And then he went and played Novak and just everything went to hell in a hand basket. And it didn't. But that was, you know, I was for the Tiafone match getting back to that. You know, I'm watching at the start and the first kind of 10 minutes, it looked kind of even, you know, good decisions, both sides, good points, both sides. Francis was so quick coming to the net. He does such a great job of, you know, hitting a ball and he's already leaning on it, you know, with his short little backswing on the backhand. And all of a sudden he's almost leaning over the net, spiking these volleys. I'm like, oh, my God, this guy has figured out, you know, the only person I saw that really blew me out of the water with that was McEnroe, John McEnroe. He looked like he went through a time warp, whereas it takes, you know, all of us 1 .5 seconds to move from the baseline inside into the service box. But he goes through this time warp that looks like 0 .2 of a second. He's like, how does he get in there that quickly? Francis showed me that early on. But then the focus, the concentration, the locked in, the decision making started to erode at around the 10 to 15 minute mark, and he never recovered from that. Yeah. So you get Ben has Novak in the semifinals. And I think that Novak, I mean, just has this ability to you know, it's what I was it's kind of what Coco did. I call it cumulative pressure. And it is. I'm going to run the ball down, I'm going to make you hit an extra ball, I'm going to make you play one more ball every point on your serve so that later you feel it. You may not feel it now, but later you feel it. And that was an example of what I call cumulative pressure that kind of got to Ben. Yeah. What was your take on what Novak did to Ben or vice versa, what Ben did not do that match that he did the previous matches? Yeah, good point. That was that was a really fun match to be at the energy, the atmosphere, you know, the old guard, the new guard. You're exactly right. There was, you know, on that court in twenty eighteen, I worked with Novak to defeat Del Potro. And a lot of the commentators, when you go back and go through that match, they're like, Del Potro is dropping 135, 138 and Novak's putting it back in his shoes. And the commentators are like, how in the world is he doing this? Well, there's only one way that you do that is that you study Del Potro's patterns and you know what to say. When Del Potro needs a point in the juice court, he's going to and when he doesn't need a point, he's going to go, why? Novak's sitting there on it. And I felt the same thing is that Ben's dropping heat on especially on first serves. And Novak is putting so many balls back in play that you're exactly right, that it just kept accumulating and accumulating. The other thing that really stood out to me. That I don't know why is that Ben sliced so many returns, just this slow, just not even like a Federer kind of knifing, dark slice, it's this blocking slow slice that's not as good as Wawrinka's. It's not within a meter of the baseline. It's there was once he's just too defensive. So he's putting no pressure, no pressure on Novak because because he overdid the slice. Now, all of a sudden, he's got to deal with so many serves coming back and then the decision making. Then he starts, you know, the fingers kind of on the trigger, then he starts pulling it too much. And then, you know, Novak knows why this kid is potentially a real problem for me. But I've already figured him out about 15 minutes in. He's not doing anything against my serve. I'm doing everything against his serve and putting times back. I'm just going to press cruise control and take a nap for the next 30 kilometers. Yeah. And I think that was probably the one mistake and probably a tactic that was misinterpreted was, hey, if on his serve, put pressure on because you get racket on every ball, not to bunt every ball. Right. Because Novak is the is the history, the best returner in history, but he's not the best server in history. And he I don't want to call it vulnerable, but you will have an opportunity or two against Novak on his serve in a five set match. And I thought, Ben, with as great of a service he had, with as big of a service he has, he didn't take enough risks on the return gains and he didn't play. Correct. And when I say aggressive, I don't mean like crazy out of this world, we're winners, but controlled aggression. There was no reason Novak serving a buck 21, a buck 22 for you to block the serve back. You can have plenty of time to take a full swing and at least send a message for the rest of his career that your serve doesn't bother me. Right. Part of being a young guy is how do I apply cumulative pressure that may not work this match, but in three or four matches from now in the next semi? Right. Because you still got to go through Novak that shows them I'm not bothered by your serve and you better be you will be bothered by my serve. Right. And I think that was sort of a missed opportunity for Ben to take some cuts at Novak serve. And I think that set the tone for the match that allowed Novak to kind of steam roll.
"five set" Discussed on WTOP
"A five set loss to Michael Moe fellow American today he was up two sets to none but then Moe comes back and wins the final three sets including a tiebreaker in the fifth so is near retires 16 after ATP titles he finished in the top ten eight years career high ranking was number eight a pretty good career for him but he bows out today at the US Open top seed Carlos Alcaraz will be in action later on today commanders add center Tyler Larson and defensive lineman Abdullah Anderson to the active roster today while signing linebacker Jabril Cox to the practice squad he chose Washington's practice squad over going back to Dallas defensive lineman Fadarian Mathis and FA Obata go on injured reserve today baseball nationals return after six and four road trip that ended yesterday in Toronto they get Miami comes to town having lost 8 of 10 at the Don will pitch for the Nats just after seven Orioles have the day off before visiting Arizona coming up at 35 a 40 million dollar investment into FedEx field George Wallace wtop thanks George it's 356 here on wtop this report is sponsored by discover discover credit cards do something awesome at the end of your first year they automatically double all the cash back you've earned that's right everything you earn doubled see turns and check it out for yourself at discover .com slash match prescriptions require an online consultation with a health care provider who will determine if appropriate restrictions apply see website for details and important safety information subscription required price varies based on product and subscription plan. hey guys did did you you know know there's a generic form of Viagra that works just the same but is ninety five percent cheaper just go to fourhims dot com slash joy through hims you'll get a free medical consultation discrete shipping if prescribed and the process one is hundred percent online to start your free online visit go to fourhims .com slash joy fourhims .com slash joy the extracurricular activities the traffic
"five set" Discussed on The ADNA presents: Know Your Narrator
"Went till nine to nine. Thirty am so all of the events. Were we guy dissimilar. Shift up their new not. I had a five. Am to nine am shift. And i would have to get to the studio at about two. Am to do research. Because okay. it's and i'm still not. Is it friday as tuesday idle. I'm still recovering. But i'm working on morning at five. Am but it's really the tuesday shift because it started on tuesday nights so goes from tuesday but anyway so they would do like four hours the first two norma do from like nine to one tony would do one to five in. I came in. And i did five tonight. like i said. Get there too because the day before you get your sheets of what the show is going to be about. Sports going to be covered in all that again at two. Am and i'd say a good third or more of the sheet. He got the night before pichit because it changes so much and then as the show goes on it changes because they're planning for a five-set match say in volleyball or in tennessee's best two out of three three out of five with somebody may win six love six lower smoke. Somebody in volleyball where it's a you know a twenty five nothing or just really quick. So it's on the fly. You just gotta be able to to adapt. So that's a lot of that was changed as the biggest hurdle for me was just getting used to how rapid live. Television really is just because it changes in a heartbeat. It really does sarah when you were training. Jeff doing live. What was something that you found really affect like. Let's show off jeff skills here like what was the thing that you saw was lake. Oh he really gets it. And then jeff maybe the same thing for for sarah. Let's let's get. Some gossip has such a nice smooth easy going quality to his voice that i knew he would be great because he just disabled to slide in without any. Because there's a certain level of panic that's happening is you're trying to describe things as they're happening on screen that underneath year like okay. What is that thing called was a carbon fiber play. And you're trying to be. You're still trying to tame this allure of calm es and jeff immediately had that calm demeanor he could just describe what he saw and keep it clear. Keep it concise. He wouldn't flab things he wouldn't mess up was really really didn't actually have to train him at all very good. How great jeff to be Unpanicked the The audio description live announcer. What was your experience working with. Sarah when she was when she was training..
Djokovic's Bid for Year's Grand Slam Ends Against Medvedev
"The grand slam dream another joke of it just turned to a nightmare after a straight sets loss to the U. S. open men's final lackluster Djokovic struggle from the very first game against the second state dental Medvedev and saw his hopes of a record twenty first major win and a calendar year slam taken away as a Russian pad to a six four six four six four victory the took two hours and fifteen minutes I do feel sorry for not because I I I I can't imagine what it feels I don't know this film but it definitely makes it sweeter the wear and tear of one five set and full force it matches on the way to the final obviously took its toll on the thirty four year old son it was made but its first major win I'm Graham like us
"five set" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Xiang tack but despite all of that generation shifting you know the thirty-three-year-old kerber continues to compete in next year will be her year thirty four season. And of course it's going to be interesting. She's now currently seventeen in the rankings. Entering this event you look for angelique kerber with this result up to number fourteen in the live rankings. You look at her results here this season. They're good for fifteenth in the race to the year. End finals you look via the elo ratings right now. Angelique kerber eighteenth in overall yellow her results. this season. good For i believe let's see fifth in terms of twenty twenty one yellow but again that's more weighted towards the most immediate results but that there's a metric that shows she's been the fifth best player this season. I think that tells us all. We need to know about curb. Irs level moving forward but again the story of this one the youth movement. Leyla fernandez Advancing she wasn't the only one though carlos alcoa's getting the job done as well out Advancing with another five-set victory. This time he earns that five-set victory Over a peter go chavez. peter. Joe i'm going to butcher the pronunciation. I'll just call him go. Joe here beats them. A five seven six one five seven six two six love obviously the sets for alcatraz a little bit lopsided. Put some fun stats for all of you about the character. Carlos experience the eighteen year old via the atp media info is the youngest men's player to earn back to back. Five-set wins at a grand slam since michael. Chang did it at age. Sixteen in nineteen eighty eight for chang. He beat yohannes. Vincent and thomas wilson who doesn't remember those nine hundred eighty eight. Us open second and third round matches for outcries here. He does it against seat pas. And i think it's gonna witch go a witch anyways. I i know you all will correct my pronunciation. Accurate shop pod. You know where to find me. You book for alcatraz the youngest. Us open men's singles quarter-finals. Since tomas coke in nineteen sixty three he was eighteen years old in nineteen sixty three. I mean i grew up on stories of him grind. You don't remember thomas com. Please here's the reference for while. I don't remember thomas coke. My dad was born. Nineteen sixty two. My mom is still twenty five years old. And that's all you need to know about her age but al also becomes the youngest grand slam men's singles quarter-finalist in general since michael. Chang did it at age. Eighteen in one thousand nine hundred ninety. I mean what else is there to say about. Carlos alcatraz you look for him thus far through his procurers played a hundred ten professional matches. He's ninety seven and thirty three overall folks that's a seventy five percent win percentage..
"five set" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Thing. That is a big a big confidence. Beasts to that you know. I'm bishen of of what they can do in the tournament. Yeah absolutely and bench. Surrogate peggy la. Pavlov chink through against grachev. So yeah it's as well against intech tech yet sean. Tech against contemplate that was three sets. I'm still i wouldn't say she won't take his my it a top favourite but i think she's surprised me. I thought she was going to head out against faroe cifra head to come three She's done pretty well. I think i do. I mean she's slab champion today. Why i'm not saying she. She could could win the usa from. But i'm not she. Maybe she is probably better for her. She's just slightly under the radar as well I think that always helps if i was in a position. I wouldn't want anyone talking about me. But let's have a quick roundup against the men's results from from yesterday i say alphabet last night and had been semesters and people going ooh like what's going on i thought for second they were talking about jackovitch and the fact that he might be in trouble he might have lost and i was like oh my god and massive shock but they were just talking about morad kinda and i have caught up on everything and see that yes. Keijo lost lost to set to nishikori which thou is is is. She caught shocking. Because i think he'd want like the lost in eighteen sets something that he'd played a with with nishikori. Say finish porsche to get. That first set was was pretty awesome. Really fame That was quite out of sorts of offer set once he kinda go right together. It was oversee extremely retain for these remaining three cents. Yeah it was pretty. Yeah his head. Head record is is very vulnerable. Vaasie superior the industry the initial. He does have a win against him at the. Us open you. You did so without the when he lost that tie break. In the first set you saw for the he'd angered The wolf or the based or whatever indo vat jackovitch and yet he came through relatively comfortable in sets to set and sets forth so yeah a pretty routine victory that at another routine victory This time to a to a retirement. for sasha's verve. Who came three jack. Salk and jackson retired with a thigh injury. Also the sat against zverev birds. Yeah i think. He was increasingly hampered by his leg which is better. shame. I think for the crowd. 'cause that's certainly could have been quite quite fiery if it had gone think deepen You know in the full for potentially fifth but it wasn't spay and again joe convictions forever. Just sort of strolling through. What feels what feels like at the baby inevitably to me in the in the semifinals. Yeah absolutely and then on the other so overzealous we had a jensen brooks pay coming through against ostlund karatsu say brooks b. I believe is facing chuck rich. Next neighbor expe- is a walled called hair. I think isn't he is the lowest ranked american player. I think probably reach this round in a long time. And i think the youngest american to reach this round since i think roddick Twenty years ago. So you know. Always going on about brandon nakajima. But i think he might have been right. It was all about jason brooks bay. We'll see what he could. maybe do against roker speakers. I think brooks be ready deserves. It's like he's had some fantastic results this year and sleeping working his socks off. Say it's paying off and think this is a this is a wildcard. Wouldn't have really been expecting because of the season to be. You know slam on on author ash probably in the night session against the the world number one. I mean that's a fantastic learning experience I think the challenge. I would i would put to him as you know we. So hogue aroon take set with jackovitch in the in the first round and i think this is a similar sort of match up in the senses classics of youth experience and be interesting to see how how bricks beat goes against djokovic. I think he will give a good account of himself. Maybe even nap. A a satellite rune beckham. Yeah very very impressive. The way he came through corrosive who is a very you know he's had to. He's very consistent season. Not say he's had some good moments. Okay meant some but you would have thought. Kurt says maybe should have come through this in five sets Given the fact that he was two sets to one up but expe- yeah he's just i think was just using the crowds for inspiration and elevated his game. And i think he would do well to to channel that same that same energy. I think from the crowd. When he comes up against djokovic absolutely in go this he's been a fee no end of fifth sets really in round three. Because we had gimmick senator coming through in five against fee says well and bertini had to go through heads had to took him five cents to get policy ilia affect six three in that fifth set so perhaps expanding a bit more energy than he would have liked but still on for possible woodrum final rematch with navy in the final and i think cinema plays zverev next as well One player who did very what it would he will not be featuring in the last stages hair is Chiappa valve because he lost in straights to harris. That was six four six four six four. I mean perhaps not surprising. We knew that harris has been playing very well and again is another play. Who's had great results. And it's coming to fruition hair but said espace chiappa of i feel like after his wimbledon breakthrough going to the semi finals. So really kind of full and back into a of obscurity that he was in the troll maced. Yeah it's been has felt a little bit like a maybe a backward step for for shop valve the it was straight-sets as well You know very good. Victory fluid harris. He he seems. I think to like playing left handed players and you had that with against the dial chevelle as well as the lefty so then if he likes playing South pool style opponent. That's yeah i think. Fish shop valve thinking the match. He leaked forty unforced errors. Nine double votes You do always think that question there shocked fellow visit trying to die every single every single point and as a result of that he just gives up too many points. China go for glory when that may be needs to be a little bit better point. Construction might be something for him to to think about but some yet another decent victory for loyd harris and another big sur though we also had going through in toronto is riley a palca Who defeated bash. Villi gain in straight-sets seven. Six six three six four. Now kim the the big story here is not the not. The scoreline bought his his accessories. He's bringing to the court yes. He fined ten thousand dollars for bringing a light. Pink bag to the cool. Which i think it was with the the logo or the brand sides it the meeting the why this incurs a ten grand fine for example. I mean we had an ikea bike and not get no fide..
"five set" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"And now we're going to move on to looking at saturday's action which as we mentioned We did see one of the biggest upsets and that was ash. Bharti losing fooling by the wayside pick for the tournament but she lost a loss at toy breaks to show roaches five to authors. Well apps shocker. Railway both for the much twice shelby officers show roaches came back and with the new york crowd getting a bit fiery Managed to to put off managed to apps off seven. Five in that law set tiebreak. And i mean both he must be rearing the fact that she was ya up and had her chances and just wilson able to To get dot and state fair play to show we roaches for just going for and being buoyed on by by that crowd. I think it's been the story of ash bharti's time in new york has been not being able to convincingly close out her matches because we've been talking about this in a first and second round matches where it's been it's been a little bit tricky for two to close it out and it was the same situation here in You know the fact that she was well you'd think number one five two. Yes you're playing american In front of that home crowd but the fact that she had to the cherry to serve out. I think was yeah. I think disappointing. But i think at the same time i think asphalt's he kind of reflecting on it. She was in. She wasn't disappointed per se. She's had a fantastic season. so far. You know this was just her eight loss. The season just shows you how. Well she's been paying consistently throughout the edison. Yeah very very good win. I think for shabby roaches. And i think the was nice about two at the net you could see. That was a motive. That was a lot of respect that this was a match that was played in very very good and positive in a good positive environment and yet it was a lot of Comradery that an outlet think that was very very nice to see. And i think she just was. She just accepted. Yeah shabby rojas. Brought it up the the big moments she really took it to me You know when. I was trying to serve out the match an elevated her game and i think what sight nice some great about balti given that she is the welcome given that she is you know one of the leading lights and ambassador for the folks for the sport she she's just very balti- ask about it. She's like that was just too good and i can appreciate can applaud that because yeah shelby rogers. Just put on an awesome display to win the third set tiebreak. Yes and shall we wrote his last year. I had a really good match against kavita reached the quarterfinal say has oversee got foreman and history to some extent this events and that that was obviously without crowd lost usa. Yeah not surprising. I guess to some extent. And i think balti- will absolutely deal with it in abbassi fashion but with body out the whole. This half of of the draw has really opened up for someone and potentially for british fans that someone who could possibly hatefully spe- murad khani because she was up against sorcery based tool mo- yesterday. We kind of thought this was going to be tough. Battle serious seems to always be involved in three sentences on. Yeah she's really ready. Griffey opponent but rodney was having absolutely none of it was completely one sided. Six love six one. I mean we expecting that school nine. Joel i my. What's up was going was cut caught fire when this much just couldn't believe what was happening to watch i was. I was out last night by watched. Every play of the batch this boarding and it was it was also to To see that sort of tennis for radicati are eighteen years old on her debut. The bay draw at the food was just. It was just epic. And you know the conversational of the chat was about the fat the ratty candidate in her weight of i think the commentators are sort of pointing towards something. The saribas tool may just could not deal deal with from the first point. And i think you know we we were talking about in our last costs that we didn't. We didn't want this match to be a bit of a broiler. Be a bit of a street fight because if that did happen then you you think it would have favored sirri best houma but the fact that ready county just went out. There played a game and saribas soon to be able to handle it. You know she was just she was just putting up these floaty. Four hundred eighty topspin shots. The do confused a lot of people. Yeah she's had a very good season the season but for decani it just it landed in her sweet spot and whether that was on the forehand side or the back hand side she was able to put it way. Put it away More consistent more often than not and came. The the only thing i'm angry about is the fact that it wasn't a double bagel. Because it was it was very close on a few points. It did look like it was going to be. Yeah she could apiary bakery. Frago out of red state wasn't t- bagels. But it was just really an. She's rojas necks. Which is gonna be tough. But i think it's a little bit better than having bharti. And i mean is it's probably going to be of see orange on core and i just hate the emma doesn't have just yet to the wimbledon fourth-round. Hey free the fact that is in the uk and in a in a way that the focus is going to be on roaches as as an american as well. You know hayme crowd say hey that what. She helped emma. But i i mean. I really didn't know what to expect. But it's gonna be you know had toughest test yet. Obviously just just quick. You're not. I think what is interesting is the yes. There will have a game plan ready for for shelby. Rogers but i think she will news. I need to be ready for that crowd and that shy cool. Because she's been playing all matches on the outside corson's united fans so if probably casual fans squawking about and they wanna hit you know. They probably had radically new. Just wanna see what. It's about an absolutely loving it. I think british cons unloving as well but it's going to be a completely different catfish. I think when you're gonna come up against shabby roaches probably on author rash in front of a obeying united states. Crowd You know it's going to be a completely different story and a completely different well. The way i think from wimbledon on show call. it's going to be the complete opposite say it's gonna be it's gonna be. I think to see how she handles that. And if she can handle that i think a think she has the tennis as she can. Put out that the spatial for our to may against rogers. I think. I think we could whisper. It came. I think we could see a british court famous in the In the singles ladies event. I mean regardless she's got to the fourth round of heifers you slabs which only i think select kind of of players have done that you need the likes of sellers and have he and it's just like that is we have that very often for british person so we should be sent up. Racing wall street can Yeah it's really cool. I'm really cool. I mean let's look at some of the other results because we had. Maria zachary coming through against kavita in straight-sets. This was quite i if this was an upset really i mean kicked his see like slightly higher ranked but we know zachary had a great run at the french and is very on a day. Like fantastic and she was yeah. She was by far the best play against vista. She was pretty dominant She Commits for had an early break off to that sat courageous came back and i think she had another break point against her off to that point. So she's very dominant once she kind of got that initial break back and we also had a couple more dominant victories..
"five set" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"On that. That kind of i guess was as expected. I did think it would go. Three but in the end mcgrath was a bit more consistent. Came came through six to in that third set. Which is mugabe of this is by fall like slabs. I need the second time. She thought she reached the stage on Former refiners loss jas finally say base of launches funnest now now out in the round and think we agree that it was just that little bit more consistent less unforced errors as rinker kind of one of the boys especially at the end of the match and i dated. How far mcgrath is gonna go. But she's managed to impress in what she done safe for for me. Yeah yeah definitely think it was a it was a difficult victory Both players have their own fan basis and support and it was quite see-saw As in coop disappointed it just feels like every time she goes to a grand slam. She gives a good account with a south before. Losing in a three-set battle with someone. I was fronted said to four at rebutted. When she lost to serena cassirer and this was a. I think it was a similar scoreline. Say yeah bit disappointing. I think fazrin copa. Suddenly margarito will be confident. I think going forward given the given the draw. She's had not been. It's been an easy one absolutely. And let's look also at the other side of clay smash that we had. Which was how against elena rebecca and that was that was that had an epic for try bring it was I think thirteen eleven. An hallett in that first set tiebreak. I think it was round like twenty minutes. Just about to break elaine. And then yeah hallett one through in the end six three in the third set so that was an obsolete like fantastic victory. I think they match when they played last in the finals. All say right epic so we were expected to get and it did kind of live up. Live up to that. But i mean unfortunately since then joe has played lena and loss in straight-sets. So you know this was a fantastic match. But i think perhaps like the length of this march What account of her. She's still struggling with some sort of issue with her legs. So y- fan as fantastic as the third round match with rebecca was effing sicilian stay was bit more consistent and Help set a good run. Hareb i again with alec dayton. If she's gonna need time off the fall trying to come back for longer onto the tool so we may not see her the rest the air depending on how conservative she wants to play. It will be interesting to see because we don't really know what's happening with the wto toll finals at the moment. I think solve expecting it to get to go ahead. But we're not quite sure where it's going to be in indian wells Coming up i think the of november. So there's certainly some few big tournaments coming up. And i think that will want to make sure she is. Is there for the w j two finals. She's such a likable personality. On the tour and i think particularly the wj side we need big personalities. And i think she suddenly one of them. I mean philippa just just talking on not just so of cheated on route three. Catch up a gag around thule. I mean that was very impressive from her to come three six three six three. I think she's paying very very well known. I would not be surprised if we see her. She's not dropped to sat yet through to the quarter-finals. I would not be surprised if we see her reach her. I slam final. Because of the way she's painting the moment she's had to pay up and down season a few ma- sort of results but she's really bringing it together at the loving the use of the word mac like she did win. Chicago said she's coming in oversee with bronze-medal from the olympics chicago champion and they've taught matches her up in the past and i was a bit surprised that this was just straight sets but i know being selena very consistent. She does seem like a good candidate for a maiden signed vinyl but actually kaba may have something to say about that. He i mean cub came through against stevens in that fed. Round on friday with this was another really really good good battle. Cup came from a set down. Five seven six thousand six three so both former champions at this tournament but cupboard is getting one of these as a bit like critique of. He's had a fantastic. Last months has lost a couple of matches. I think curb both of her matches. She's lost balti- same kind of thing as as critique be lighted the bounties now out but curb Yeah she she's got fernandez necks. But i think cabot may have something to say about switching to and copa was. Yeah really really impressive. Like a change in for like the law set of that much. Stevens had a break point out of three. Two dot dot third-set Copa managed to hold. And then i think one every game off to that. I thought that was such a strong finish to the match and winning. When push came to shove kabul was so a unplayable at times we will had more straightforward victories for salamanca. Who is able to get it done in two sets against danielle collins that might be close to the naturally was but sabbah looking good as the second seed. We was had to lease mertens. Mrs mrs mrs consistent at grad slabs defeated owns ripple in straits an as as kim set critique uva defeated lucky loser rocky mover in. Sachs's well so we've got off the phone players still still bad despite a few despite a few upsets So yeah it will be. It will be fascinating. I mean i've just going at stevens cub match. I think stevens will be bit disappointed. Because i get going into that much. The head to head was was five one to stevens. And there's obviously something about curb has gained. The stevens likes to play against but for some reason it just wasn't just didn't what for her. What her in the match. So i think there's more that think see saying good. Give a good account of herself given again. She's had a a pretty night. Majer or i think probably one of the hardest draws on the the women's play steven's can just get ranking up again so that she seated and not having these not metro was then. I think we've seen enough from have recently suggests that she couldn't be battling at the deep end of slams again with with her performances. And i know that was. That was a high profile match and i think she sheds something on social media kind of like the day off to about all of the abuse and the hate that she was getting for having lost that much. I mean that was just awful to say it's just like get Beggars belief really. What people in the public a going going through the sort of awful abuse that they are just three and i. It's just yeah. But i thought she was say pointing that out in the light of of her loss and hopefully she's a right because it's nice to have all of that criticism totally unjustified criticism thrown not ye but let's let's take a quick break now joe To join us everyone in the second half. We'll be looking back at the results from yesterday. Day six So do not go.
Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid
"Men's top seed Novak Djokovic has been pushed in his opening round match at the U. S. open the Serbs are priced at only on by the aggressive play of eighteen year old hotel room there's a ranked a hundred and forty five in the world Djokovic eventually prevailed six one in the fourth women's top seed ash Barty was also pushed finally other coming Italian veteran fears on arrival six one seven six twenty four year old Maxime Cressy led the American charge into the second round with the biggest upset in the men's draw defeating the nonstate Pablo Carreno Busta in five sets I'm Graham like us
Big Day for Dressel, Chinese in Pool, Lee in Gymnastics
"Miscible miles watching from the stands Lee as Rebecca druggie of Brazil with a total of fifty seven point four three three points list metal definitely means a lot to me because there was a point in time where I wanted to quit and I just didn't think I would ever get here including injuries and stuff we was all but guaranteed the gold medal after the Brazilian stepped out of bounds twice during the floor routine Katie Ledecky is advanced to the final of her final Olympic event posting the top time in preliminaries of the eight hundred meter freestyle Australia's double gold medallist Arian took most also advanced to Saturday morning it's vital to set up a fourth and final showdown with Ledecky the U. S. women's volleyball team won its third straight match of their assured of a spot in the quarterfinals the Americans beat Turkey in five sets and approved a three year old in their pool hi Jonathan
"five set" Discussed on Sportify
"Of course i go all the way down. But i'm not about to in the women. Bardy straight parallels asakusa number two simona. Halep safe actually. My my favorite tennis player of all time is reassure popa. She our tired. Callup is one of my favorites. Linka spit alina. I love tenant bianca. Undress love her shots at her. And what the same age love that. So that's wimbledon right now and it's going on so if you don't want to know anything about recent wimbledon scores. Please fast food so again starting from the quarterfinals survival of and kochav very good match five sets sabavala bertini. Now her cats is the guy who will be better by the way Bertini who are. I really liked bertini. Jovovich shop of all of djokovic one. So it's going to be jovovich and bertini.
"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Since the calendar since we knew it was going to be a wimbledon in twenty twenty one. But there's nothing he's done here in this event to suggest otherwise and he hasn't even flash his best stuff yet he was up five love in that first set with foods rich started messing around five three ends opponent putting the set away the matches on choke which is racket always his flexible. His flexibility serviceability change direction. His return everything. He's novak frigging joke. That you guys know the deal but look when you play novak djokovic. You need to have weapons. You need to be fearless. You need to have borderline hubris and just some cockiness and be like. I'm going down swinging. And that's dennis shape of allah for you. He absolutely has that quality to his game the ability to go down swinging in the sort of power to make anyone uncomfortable in the you know a quick enough i step in you know. A willingness to go big in the outer thirds be unpredictable. Go after that i serve. He's got the gumption to do it. There's no denying that and you know he's dropped. What i think to three sats maybe in this tournament so far you look for chiappa. The excuse me to five set matches for me beach. Kohlschreiber in five doesn't have to play a second round straight-sets over murray and bautisa goot than the five-set win over hatching off in the quarterfinals..
Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again
"Roger Federer is hopeful won more Wimbledon championship have been dashed in the quarterfinals the thirty nine year old well beaten six three seven six six love by the fourteenth seeded pole who that hit catch you next takes on the tail Berra's teeny most often over the last few games of it says you can feel that you know coming back from it the thirty nine year old veteran now faces the fact that I tried another joke of it is just two wins away from equalling his twenty grand slam titles that after the Serb cruised past the Hungarian Marton fix if it's in straight sets to set up a semi final showdown with Denis Shapovalov the Canadian reached the final four for the first time in five sets of a Karen Khachanov I'm grandma goes
The Inside Story: Niacinamide
"To google trends searches for niacin him. I'd hit a five year high last july. That's around the same time. Content creator hiram yarbrough started gaining traction on youtube and tick-tock and singing the praises of niacin tied to his millions of followers. The new york times has called yarborough a gen z. Whisper for his ability to make or break. Skin care brands among the under twenty five set he's previously told allure that niacin abide is his quote favorite ingredient. Chock it up to coincidence or consider it a testament to the power of tick-tock either way it's undeniable. That niacin has recently gotten a whole lot of attention in the skin world and to that we say it's about time now that we've piqued your interest. It might be nice if we explain what nias cinema. I'd is Dermatologist sherry march. Brian says it best noise cinem- my is a derivative of vitamin b. Three which the cells of our body need so. This is a necessary vitamin for our cells to function properly. The exact mechanism by which it works on. The skin is not entirely understood but there are lots of really good studies that show that both topically as well as orally it can affect the function of ourselves and the skin in
After last Middle Sunday, Wimbledon resumes with fresh faces
"Top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic just eight time former champion Roger Federer a bus into the fourth round and on course for another epic showdown the service won three of their four previous meetings at the all England club including the dramatic five set final in two thousand and nineteen if they do meet it will be in the final and then Djokovic will try and tie both Federer and Nadal with his twentieth major title the women's championship is wide open with Madison keys and coco Gauff the two remaining American hopes on Graham like us
"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Not least. Let's talk about the atp action we have unfolding apathy atp and challenger levels will start in may orca daniil medvedev. Your number one seed takes the late wildcard into this event to get some more grass court tennis belt. Before wimbledon decision that pays off as he goes down in early break but bounces back to earn a six four. Six two win over. Quarantine moutain look mugabe. Who is i would say. My favorite of the tennis playing musicians have a big enough weapon to hurt medvedev in this match and it's amazing to see medved be able to play baseline standard tennis regardless of surface. Dare i say it's joke. Vici in in terms of a set and a trait. But he's also got. That is not like i serve. Seventy one percent of them wins eighty percent of his first. Serve points at you remember that. He's six foot six when he does that. does he. hit the big plus one ball not but will take that first approach across court with the intention of barely tracking that ball down and then put the ball away in the open space. He'll hit swinging bali's he'll make a million returns if you try serve and volley that going to be dipped low at your feet. He'll make that return deep in the court to prevent you from having an easy plus one strike. There's reason so. Many people think grass court tennis is success is in his future. New look for him. Forty three and thirteen overall nine thousand nine hundred thirteen in his career in grass court matches. You look for him. At wimbledon the has had some notable wins twenty seventeen. He introduces himself to tennis. World knocking off stan wawrinka in the first round before losing to beman in five sets twenty eighteen twins over church and garcia lopez before losing five to mannarino twenty nineteen wins over rienzie and popper in before a five-set loss to feed. Go fan made a bunch of quarterfinals semifinals on the surface. As well i would say. It's jovic one bertini to medvedev three in terms of my three favorites. And you look at the draw. Ford's new medved up this week..
Djokovic Defeats Tsitsipas in Five Sets to Claim 19th Grand Slam Title
"And Novak Djokovic now has 19 Grand Slam titles. The Serbian putting an incredible performance yesterday to come from two sets down to beast, the final CityPass and when the French Open at Roland Garros It was the Greek player 60 passes First Grand Slam final. He was so close to winning it, but what happened started playing really shorts. I felt like my rhythm was self. I really wish I couldn't understand why things like this happened and evolved. But I was trying to figure it out during my game. It was difficult to come up with something. It's It's very unfortunate dream. Very sad and in the same way because it was it was a good opportunity. I was doing good. I was feeling good not to be four CityPass in Paris as we mentioned that is now. 19 Grand Slams for Novak Djokovic. He's just one behind Roger Federer. And Rafael Nadal now who both have 20
Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic
"Unthinkable has happened rafael. Nidal knocked out in the semifinals of the twenty twenty. One french open novak djokovic delivering one of his finest performances. Add a grand slam in his career. Of course now. He's got the chance to capture his second grand slam title at the french open. Become one of only three men to accomplish that in men's tennis history. Of course he still has one match to win that match going to be against to. Ct paths who reaches her his first grand slam final of his career. Earning a five-set victory over alex sierra of a fantastic day of tennis in the books of course we still got two more to go here at the twenty twenty one french open as our women's singles final takes place tomorrow are men's singles final takes place on sunday joining me on today's podcast to recap all of today's action preview. The women's final also offer our initial thoughts on that men's final as well. You know him as our do everything. Here act cracked rackets. Forefather of the forehand slice the only undefeated high school tennis coach in missouri state history. It's james foster. Mcdonald's jamie seven hours of tennis in the books how you feel in my friend Not as tired as an adult but Pretty tired pretty tired knocking lady. I got up early. I was jazz. I was energized for the day. It did disappoint. it was good as good. No the quality of tennis from start to finish. Even if it was indulge in about twenty minutes really those first two games immediately put to shame the entire quality of this year of c t poss- match. And i will argue to the dying day that that's your fear of ct post-match much like this fear of t match was better than the consensus seems to be surrounding at but the quality of joke vich even though noodle hadn't played his best tennis. This felt like the first time we've seen novak joke which his absolute peak in quite a bit of time. Maybe even in this entire season
"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Jovic needs to path plus one success. He's had that he's locked in on that specifically in the lead up to this match. I think it's going to be a really fun. I do think rafa ends up winning. Think jovic takes the set. I think he takes the opening set as well. And i think that adds to the intrigue but then i think rafa takes three close sets from there and then defining himself in the final against one of alex fear. Define of seats you positive. I talked about that match a little bit yesterday. Book both guys have had two days off and he enters this match pretty much a hundred percent physically fresh because he played a five-set match in his first round match but hasn't dropped a set since then and diminished davidovich. Fo- kina as well in that in that quarter final battle at least mentally did have the test of medvedev. That's gonna just take more out of you and of course physically that match certainly got physical. Are they just gonna take more out of you in one match jovovich Then zero has had taken out of him in its entirety in of his run. Here in paris. I mean on the clay. Against europe's got the weapon to at least make the pounds return uncomfortable. And he's got the sort of physicality to as the match gets longer. You withstand joe seats passes first and when it becomes a little bit harder for seats spouse to generate that first strike pace you know zero will be right there physically to still hang with him at the same time seats. You pass playing so decisive. And he's not going be shook by the moment and so often seize your of frozen by that moment that serve abandons him replaced such passive tennis. Play pass tennessee pass. It's gonna make you pay. I think that match goes the distance. I'll take gt in five. But i think both of these men's semi-finals get super super fun and again we have a fun. Day of women's semifinals ahead. It's going to be soccer. taking on is barbara crutches. cova pelech ova taking on tomorrow's don's very very fun day of matches so hopefully those will be good ones. And you know again. The men's semi-finals i guarantee you. Those are going to be exciting. Certainly we will talk about them a little bit. Tomorrow's podcast as those matches semi-final matches can end pretty early. So we'll try and get that out early enough to you all that you can listen to another preview of the matches but again we are guaranteed a first time slam champion here in the women's singles event at the two thousand twenty one french open. That's all we can ask for as tennis fans. Some excitement fueled into this year. Second major and of course. If you've missed any of the action from the two thousand twenty one..
"five set" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"And i'll tell you what the shot of the tournament on the women's side to me is the forehand side. Sadan six so. It's it's been fascinating. See unfold it really has been and talking about the the fourth with other today. We didn't talk before which a cova beating coca. Golf was an up and down measuring. Maybe before he got up but cocoa gov had five set points in the first set was up five three. I believe in that first set did not convert critic of offended off a few more in the time. I think three before the break in the two more on the tiber critical turned it off. And then she converted. I believe her first. Maybe second set point to take that tiebreak and then critic over raced out to a five love lead and and got a little bit tight than in cassara demerge back but critical that built a bit lead that she close it out six three and the end on her own six six matchpoint. Adam should yeah. I didn't i didn't see it live because it started at two. Am mike but i did see a fair. Bit of the first set on the air and i was able to see that cocoa wasn't quite as free. She wasn't swinging as freely and she did earlier in the tournament. I thought her backhand signed letter down which usually in recent times we've been watching a forehand side. I was sort of wondering out loud. Given how many times credit cova a caught the ball. And i know. I'm saying saying it slightly differently from you and i'll work on that by the end of the podcast but how many times she caught miss toss and i'm wondering how's it going to be in the semi's In if she wins in a final. And i love the link back to yana nevada. Somebody i knew so very well but you know cocoa. I feel like his shown a lot in the last six weeks the way she's played on clay she's tough on all surfaces and i feel like she's back on track so even though today was was a setback. I think if she'd won. That first. Set ben i think she'd be one of our four semi-finalists but no it wasn't meant to be and guess what she'll go back and work hard and she'll be better for women absolutely and she's done. What will in her one appearance there before i was making fourth round on her grand slam debut venus and everything out. Great coach mentioned. Yana nevada and these players having great stories and covers. I don't know how much you've ever spoken interviews. But she's a very good narrator of her own story which we as writers appreciate certainly and she worked with ana obviously and who is very pivotal in helping her as a career into sort being a rock for her and then she's also had this journey of being doubles champion and number one took a long time to bloom slower on the single side and was ranked the top two hundred singles while she was doubles number. One and really stuck with a single side and and has come to now. She's to win away. Potentially from singles grand slam very plausibly. And i'm i'm curious for you. Obviously you played doubles throughout your career. And very very well you make of that. Serve as you hadn't seen it that often really at this sort of level. I don't think we're really able to start in at least in recent years. Seen it we're players able to start in the doubles and make it further levels first and then be able to catch up a bit with their singles results. I think like the one come to mind. Actually feel like for me. This is still a while ago is lleyton hewitt. I think had a bunch of maybe a couple grand slam or two in doubles before. He got his real singles breakthrough number one. What do you make of Of that sort of path and how that kind of development can not road see very often. Now i feel like ash. Bharti did a little bit of that road. I feel like azarenka. Got to some doubles finals and before she started winning her two australian opens. I can relate a little bit while. I got singles final of the us. Open when i was sixteen. Actually lost in the semis of the double. So i was at sixteen in semi's of both and then i had a setback year with injury and then when i came back and started to get my singles act back together it was actually my doubles. Got the us open. Doubles final in nineteen eighty with betty soga. Who's part of this whole female coaching link. That brings us to yana. Nevada and to crunch cova but The doubles help reset the table for me to believe in my singles so i can relate to the fact that i love the how many in the doubles draw. dwelling singles. I think it's i think it's gonna prove to this generation not only can they win the singles titles but that the doubles can really enhance their singles will make them feel more comfortable in the final stages of the singles major because they've been there in doubles with us knowing so little that how these four men and women handle these sorts of moments none of them have been in a grandson final before so we have these two semifinals set out critic of versus sucker and then partly versus. What do you think is going to be pivotal in terms of. Who walks with his trophy. How do you think how you sort of. Think about how these four sort of unknown quantities are going to respond do or any navy no way to know. I think that last sentence much sums it up here. Here's some questions. I'd like to know is if zidane six four hand holds up the same way that it has been i think she has more forehand winners than nadal. Going into the same round. That is sort of fed to me. Is the shot that if it holds up can cause the most amount of intimidation and discomfort of all the shots that are life. I'd say sakari also has a per game with improved serve that she has an intimidating way about her so i i don't know i i look at those two is probably being. I think we might see those two in the finals. But i could be so one hundred percent wrong. I can make a case for any of the for them at this point because we've seen so many surprises in like i haven't watched very much mars nonsense before this tournament and survive only watcher win matches at this tournament. So that's my main experience of harassing her at this sort of peak of of this woman and and she has a lot of belief in she was a good junior and thing so i will see how how things shake out but it certainly been Unpredictable in a new major winner will be crowned already. We know and it's just a very different time. Youngest surprise thing. I will say as i feel like a month or six weeks ago. We probably fought coming into this french. Open it we would see a lot of the players young well the last couple years in there and i think it's the most surprising one of the surprising ones. I i agree that the timing. I think people really thought we were through coalescing or dealing something pretty steady here right with bharti winning miami and backing up winning streak guard being a number one who is sort of very comfortably being number one not shrinking from that and comfortable on clay. Last time she was there in paris and then you had sabah lenka who made the violence to garden one madrid who was playing well on clay as well and then you had contact. Who was coming in off the rome. Final wish double bagel place cova and then you had how up in the mix before she got her obviously who was number three in the rankings and very comfortable on clay and then you had osaka who had won the last two major. She competed at and so even though obviously plays not her her thing historically she couldn't be completely counted out either. So i think if you'd offer sort of that group against the field even in recent think you'd be smart. Take that group then obvious. Extenuating circumstances party gets hurt pulls out a second round asaka pulls out a second before match also up gets hurt in rome important tournament. Sabe monica still. Bit short in this in this major as well Others she lost his probably the back that went up so But she was not good enough third-set at all so it's.
"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Mitch. As mentioned never been on cass. Menovich the moment. You think he's gonna win. he's not going to. This match was very very good but laszlo gets the better of him. You also had stevie j steve jason clay court specialist gill. The numbers prove it out the most his career at any slammed come at the french open. He's got eleven there. I believe the next closest total is eight. And then del bonus going to dell bonus five-set win for him over and that was a match that looked exactly. How do you think it looked your thoughts on the matches that went the distance yet for first. Dvd it's the stevie j. It's the it's the forehand and obviously just the immense physicality like is he the greatest athlete ever probably so so good. That's a great win for him. gera- i'm glad to see back on the scene so to speak. I know he never went anywhere but he stopped winning on clay. And that's not something that i was expecting to happen. Yeah he can be a little bit erratic but his power is legit especially on the forehand side. Vich fatina f- akina against baltic van de santeuil scope. By the way i was i was just so you know it's hard. Because at that point you're seven syllables. Deep in you're like just the name what what were you gonna say there someone. Someone corrected you on twitter. My my my girl betty. She always correct. I appreciate at bow take vendors sense. Cope You can also find all the pronunciations on the website. But that's a story for another time. Anyway i mean that. I expect that to be a close match. And that's a really Result for the For vantage zan scope or excuse me a positive tournament. I meant to say and A good win for vich makino. Who's going to be dangerous absolutely. He's everything. I think i said this last name. He's everything american fans want. Tom eupol debbie Fourteen and that was the all scrabble match by the way as well. Because you found aldrovandi holes all of your high letter High number letters as well. Those are your upsets your matches. That went the distance in terms of the other results on the day. Let's start with the women's seeds The ones who looked comfortable sabah. Langkah the five minute stretch. Where she's like. I don't feel making any more tennis balls. And then of course she recovers seven five six three over sas mitch. Very impressive win for azarenka. Five in four over clara toss in you had winds from through civil rebecca very impressive from madison keys to knock off layla. Fernandez chink cova. Then but dosa anytime. You can beat anyone to know at a grand slam. You're doing something right. Your thoughts on the women's seats results sabah. Langkah was Was a good match for me for her because she one ugly and sometimes she loses ugly. So i thought it was. I thought it was a growth match for her especially in a slam where we've seen things get very complicated for her again. She did not have her her best stuff but she also didn't have any drama in this match. So i think that's impressive than yes. Azarenka straight sets in a match that i probably would have said would would go three in a victory over clara. Toss and I just wanna be clear. One of my aces of the day was over. Two and a half sets and astro rank ottosson. So i very much agreed with you. That was that was an ally took out of the day. Yeah and and. I will say while while i did listen to your excellent contenders podcast. With jeff sackman. I did not listen to that. One so i did actually. Yeah i would also say madison keys against leyla fernandez Was a was a fascinating..
"five set" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"But give me neil here. I'm but look the big thing. When he was ripping off the win streaks was again he was holding served. Ninety percent of the time a little bit higher he was holding serve at the rate of john is ner and he was breaking serve thirty five percent at the rate of prime rafia. On the dollar and prime djokovic again he broke the numbers. Mathematically heading into that australian open final and then he blinked and like. There's no denying all of us saw that match and we thought he's not ready because if he couldn't beat that joke which wednesay going to do it and i do think on his head a little bit like tennis players get in their own heads. There's no denying that. And yet i mean by every metric. He beat paul today zero four-shot rallies he wants sixty six of tommy. Paul one forty three. And that's because he just throws you. He is getting that return. Pass the service line. He's getting a deep at your feet and you're not gonna have plus one opportunities against him and you know again in today's match. He did serve. Like john is ner he only made fifty six percent of his first serves but he won eighty percent of those first-serve points. When you're forty fifty on your first serve points. You're having a successful day at the office. Thirty wins against thirty. Two and four stairs isn't great. But tommy didn't have the overwhelming weapon to beat them and i think medvedev in that first set kind of locked in and you saw it in the five three service game for paul which paul was credit to him that he ended up holding. They're getting that. I set but bev extended those rallies ten fifteen shots and just was like i'm not going anywhere and if you hit the winner down the line and set up a drop volley for yourself. Bravo my friend. You just beat me. But that's what you have to do. You have to go out there and beat new medvedev into your credit. You've been on this since the beginning. That's a really hard thing to do particularly in a three hour. Five set format yet spot on because medvedev in the first set was looking to horse points. Yeah exactly. He was forcing things and he forgot. Offense is going to be hard. This is clay. When you get onto the slick indoor courts of we'll actually shang. i was gonna say shanghai. But that's outside isn't it feels inside when you get on those very medvedev ian courts that are really quick and the ball barely bounces. Deal can generate offense really easily. Yeah good luck is right. I mean he's won every single tournament in the entire stretch from the us open to the world tour finals but on clay. He's gonna have to just real back and it's going to be hard work for them but we we also we've seen him do that hard work particularly in twenty nineteen where it's like my god. Does this guy have a long or is he. A robot is cardio is insane. He needs to bring that version of neil medvedev to a clay court as soon as he flipped that switch. It was very very difficult on. Tommy no you know what they say. The more your hairline has receded. The better your cardio. I can firsthand experience. Therein deniro medvedev's too bad haircuts away from shaven that bad boy. I clear my thing. I always say my vision. I can envision that oh no the full squidward look. That'd be great for him. And like i said it when he doesn't i do it so anyways tangent for all of you on the side but no i mean yes i would echo all of your points and again is his plan a as on clay courts in particular as sexy as a c. Pastas sexy as a rude..
"five set" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"five set" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline
"And i think that you know. We talked before the us open. We said with this title. Have an asterisk which really was sort of a silly conversation. That didn't come to pass. And i it quite the opposite. It does not matter that the word fans in the stands that doesn't mattering didn't have to go through any of the big three. I think you're totally right. Jamie is one his major. He's done without discussion. He's proven himself can win. Seven matches and that makes the difference Curious with was great fun it was sort of. It's as you might expect it was. It was a spirited affair. Curious look great in curious. Wilted we've seen this from him in a sort of an annual dance attempts to do where he looks good. In the early rounds he plays one of the higher seeds Very tightly and gets the crowd involved and then eventually can't quite get across the finish line and you you do sort of as much as you admire curious as how it you do wonder if he had a normal training regimen and didn't play call of duty the whole time and if you had a normal coach who might have gained plan a little different if he really applied himself as we might say Through to a teenager if he'd really applied himself you wonder if he could have gotten over that. But you know. Dominic thiem wind five-set match. You probably should not have won The two guys rank ahead of him are both physically compromise as you say he now takes the court every time knowing. Look i've done this before. I don't have to worry about. Will this be my breakthrough major. That's already happened and suddenly Yeah suddenly i. i don't know. I haven't checked the odds here. But suddenly dominic thiem has gone from being one that eliminated from the tournament to probably pretty good back to do much better than last year and win the thing. So i think that's i think that's a really good point jamie. How many of these majors has an awful lot of value that you can't necessarily quantify via beyond the adidas tied line. You're absolutely right. I was using it more to make a larger point. Yeah nobody said it funny that he said that he said Impossible nothing. And i've seen that. Everyone was all right by twitter and i saw yahu headline love taking like wait. A second. i think sounds. Yeah familiar but Definitely team quays billboards. He's he's an adidas guy so maybe corporate citizen now i that was my you know looking at it. Closer my my second job. But like i said i think just a larger know about that To transition a bit. I think That really brings up serena to mind because of course there is this big number twenty four that is just hanging over her head and i feel like we've been talking about this for way too long..
"five set" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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COVID-19 vaccines to be administered at Disneyland, Orange County's first 'super' distribution site, Los Angeles
"Is also opening its stores. But it's KFC case. Taylor Martin tells us not for theme park guests, Orange County officials announced the Anaheim team part is set to become a super distribution sight for the kroner virus vaccine, Disneyland will be able to vaccinate thousands of residents per day. Once it opens later this week. It'll become the first super P O D site of five set to come to the region. Disneyland in its counterpart Disneyland California Adventure Park has been closely Guess for nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic begin in mid March. Taylor Martin
Dominic Thiem wins U.S. Open after losing first two sets
"Coming from two sets down to win his first Grand Slam title in five sets in a tiebreaker. Over four hours. The last time someone came From two sets down to win a grand slam of the U. S Open was 1949 on the women's side of
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
"Hello everybody happy while wherever you are on this glorious year revision we can came under your Eurovision Song contest fan you. I think you're even begin to it this year. Weren't you in in Rotterdam so? Have you been coping without the prospect of any sort of live dies than well getting Easter? Now Joel tennis being canceled Irvine being cancelled. Yeah I had tickets for the first time and it's law it was council but hopefully out next year and we had celebration on on the TV last night and had some Swedish food and some cocktails to kind of raise a bit of a glass to what what never happened. But but yeah I think I think you were watching us. Well Joe. You're right yes I was. I catch Lubbock came. I'm going to hold my hand up here. Johnny Logan he comes on the TV and have no idea who he is by turns out. He's he's pretty much the go of of the on contests Mariah a bit. Like the Federa of of your vision life. If you don't tennis you you at least know the name federal. Maybe Johnny Logan could could be a bit like that but yeah. I was quite surprised. You shouldn't you've never heard of him. He's one well three times twice as a singer songwriter. Say He is the kind of the winningest person in in your vision. I guess you could say but yeah maybe actually we can do a European podcast as well. But let's let's go to tennis because we're going to be looking at the Italian. Upn and top eight movements. The happened in rave the last few decades. And perhaps I should lead on this one job because I'm going start with a moment featuring the man himself rapper. One of surprise well yes and listeners. And said he'd rougher bear with us because we all see you're not the end of the alternative Casey's season I mean let's be honest because light Madrid. Rome is Dallas. Hi I think he's one like what nine titles zero something ludicrously say is as as hardly a surprise to kind of see him featured this list say yes came. More is was the first moment. We're WE'RE GONNA be reliving. Well I thought we have liquor two thousand five. Which was you know I play horses and really where he takes. The kind of took it by storm. He won the first time. Yeah his first of nine titles. I think back in five and so he came up against Korea. Who at the time I guess was probably the most to stop ish claycourter of over air or at least one of them very face competitor for sure but the final was another five-set Masters Final five-set thriller? It was over five hours long. Which if you think about now if they were doing that consistently Austin Final Monte Carlo Madrid. That would just be insane. I mean I actually am believe that they used to do this to be called with the but yeah it was. It was a real ding. Dong to one of the better word. Joe Six four three six six three full six and then rougher one at seven six on a law set tiebreak but think about this much. Rougher was a double breakdown and fifth say. Who's three lockdown Sakaria? Really could've gone on us up momentum going away and one but I think really is kind of weakest point throughout his whole career was was his mental strength and he kind of collapsed that combined with with. Rafa you know. Obviously he's attitude his diehard shoot. Never giving up. He was on like a sixteen match winning streak at this point and say obviously he. He had a lot of belief in his game. And but I think Korea would be very devastated after this loss at I think. Actually in his post-match she interceded say this was one of the hardest defeats of his career. I think it was interesting to is. I think Korea probably getting into this matching gains clay season. Yeah he's probably thinking. I'm beatable on clay call. There is no one else out there better than me and who comes along on the Dow eighteen year old teenage eh relatively unheard of and I think this match proved that even when Korea was playing his absolutely best tennis possible. That was someone else out there better than him and I think he was kind of disheartened by that and I think this much great show us. You said mentally he you know he wasn't as strong as some of his other competitors or I think when you're three love up Double in the fifth set us really should be closing that match out and he wasn't able to do that. I think that's one of the things we might associate with a player who you know as brilliant as he is in Korea kind of on the mental side of things. I don't think you could put him up there with the greats and I kind of look at this match. I look at the two thousand four French Open final as well where he Gaston Gaudio. In the final game was five sets but again crucially he was two sets up. He was six love. Six three up was unable to close out the the match. And you know he's probably one of these as you put in the category of greatest players never have one. Ud wonder if if he hit if he had won if he had won this final in in Rome beaten Dow that would have given him the confidence indicate and reinforce that belief that he was and he was at the time the best the best clay court player in the world. I think obviously that loss against scout and then going into this match against Rafeh just his. His mental side of things just wasn't subscription. A Rafeh had beaten him in the Monte Carlo. Final just a couple of weeks before this so again he knew he was up against and he kind of let it. Let it slip away to be honest with you and Yeah so I just thought you know. Obviously this was this was a great match and it was symbolic because again you have this is like the birth of of Raffarin. His kind of play. Call dominance in this. Totally kind of pulsing off of his. You know the best steak or two at the time we had people like Carlos Moya one Ferrara Cowdrey. Kara in a sort of all very good establish trae which just as soon as Raff kind of started working his magic. He'd I guess it kind of became almost impossible. Perhaps to argue against for being the best. Geico
Global Economy Faces Gravest Threat Since The 2008 Crisis As Coronavirus Spreads
"But let's talk first about the global economy I mean like I said I've been reading you and you've been talking about the possibility of the coronavirus opening up assuming upending the global economy and this is a real danger now I miss it in many people's minds almost imminent this is the first global crisis we've had since two thousand eight and the difference is that the politics of the response are so much more divisive now both inside the United States as well as globally are you a member in two thousand eight there was both the bush and the Obama administration's came together to support bailouts in the financial industry also in Detroit the world came together the G. seventy G. twenty in saying we need coordinated stimulus and we need to work to improve consumer sentiment those things are not happening right now that that creates a lot more panic right and so I think that it respective of how bad coronavirus becomes a we can talk about what's happening in China and the implications more broadly for developed and emerging markets but certainly the resilience to respond to a global crisis is not what we would like it to be and I think that's part of the reason the markets have been as volatile file and as negative here in the United States over the last two weeks well developing and emerging markets have certainly been fluctuating all along but the Chinese supply chain has been shut down as a result of this and you pointed out that this is really this began a phase one with the trade deal I think as you also pointed out but this is really something that could bring their terrible economic slowdown it's already happening to some degree and fear of recession is palpable I think the the the really big thing that's happening here is that globalization is changing in trajectory and that started well before corona virus that started in the technology space we're going after Huawei and other Chinese tak ka companies five G. artificial intelligence the Chinese are doing everything possible to have control of their own supply chain so I. D. coupling of the world's two largest economies in the most advanced sectors of those economies with the Americans are telling our allies they'll be hell to pay if you don't link up with us and the Chinese are spending lots of money through belt and road saying no you guys need to align with Beijing so that's where it really started and then you have a lot of companies that have been recognizing that they didn't need as much labor to make their business work over the past five years and the costs of Chinese labor were going up the competitive environment was more challenging rule of not law was not being developed then you have corona virus where suddenly you don't have good data your ex pats are scared in your supply chain has been disrupted well we're not now just talking about AI and technology we're now talking about services and manufacturing we are a lot of western companies are going to look at China and say we really don't want to have that level of global exposure that we did before so the big point here is that over the last fifty years so much of what's been cool about the global economy creating a global middle class improvements in life expectancy improvements in education and health they've come from goods and services and data moving across borders faster and faster and faster well now what we're seeing is this a tremendous backlash against that in some core components of the global economy and obviously that's going to have very long lasting implications for all of us here in the United States it's kind of scary it's not great I mean the the the positive side is that our own political institutions in the wealthy countries the US Europe Japan are actually quite resilient for different reasons so it's not as if we're facing the end of representative democracy or that we're no longer going to have checks and balances irrespective of what you think about the present administration but but certainly the quality of global growth and the volatility around our economic returns those things are gonna change pretty dramatically in corona viruses absolutely a big piece of that talking with Ian Bremmer and he's also the author of a book called us verses on the failure of globalism are you a fan you've said of globalization but not of globalism distinguished us for us well that's right and and we're kind of talking about it right in the sense that globalization is simply the fact that if you have more open borders you will have more efficient global growth but you want to be able to take advantage of global capital and human capital to ensure that companies are as profitable as possible you don't want five sets of standards you want one set of standards and rules and norms but globalism is the idea that promoting policies of free trade and open migration and the promotion of democracy and free market capitalism that those things will automatically lead to better lives for everyone and what we have of course seen is that actually in a quality in our own country and in democracies around the world has expanded dramatically and so that's why you get trump it's why you get Sanders it's why you get brexit it's why you get this relational and France that's why you get the five star movement and the league in Italy and on and on and on in fact the only major advanced economy that doesn't have this response is Japan and the reason for that is because the population is shrinking so even though the economy is flat per capita doing better there's no immigration so they're not opposed to all these people coming in that are different and they don't fight any wars so they're not angry about the promotion of democracy internationally that they're poor people have been paying for they're not doing it but the Japanese model is not a model the Americans are about to emulate so globalism has actually been a failure in this country and in many countries around the world and it's very hard for someone like me who likes globalization to tell fellow Americans you should support the transpacific partnership you should support more open borders when we know that we're not taking care of those people I am deeply empathetic to the idea that they would stop supporting globalization because they're not
Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open
"Sure six four six four six four street sets over query gets a dime around each from Canada took out our system is also in our streets at seven five six four seven six off of needy hello and straight sets as well Federer crazy against the home statesman there John Millman from Australia how bout Federer four six seven six six four four six seven six and they do all my godi date yes seven six in the fifth set and they do the super tight yeah which is not a super the man and he wins that ten eight while also going to go on the they go to ten they don't know how long and the match go I don't know that that that one looks like it looks like four hours right to me so I'll take the over okay yeah yeah for sure okay right now get mon few I like a leech Gulbis seven six six four five three trying to close it out in straight sets so Monfils the Tennessee me no Parker like gal Monfils Taylor Fritz going against Dominic TM Antium wins the first set six two in these two one in the second set over for it's the American the dollar just getting underway again saw Pablo Carreno booster and David Goffin ago fan going up against Andrei Rublev and go from which the first six two needs to one in the second as far as the women the day of upset and started you know last night but of course the time difference Serena went down the street said or in three sets she lost in three sets to to Wong Naomi a soccer took on Corey Goff the young teenager the American sensation in golf peer in straight sets sock was a three seat in this one by six three six four god gets a dime can in the fourteen C. for Sophia can and for the U. S. beach while Zhang R. seven five seven six BC currents for our three set to took her to be gore G. for George G. is seventeen seed Angelique Kerber love Angelique Kerber she's got those beautiful legs man like Steffi Graf had back in the day sorry if you're driving around I mean but he knows in that sense the reason America and then a real good one Carlina Pliskova the two seed going up against Anastasia apple you check of a and Pavlyuchenkova gets the win seven six seven three so ourselves or seven six seven six seven four seven three in the two tiebreakers industry touches the thirty seat B. to to see so the two seats gone the three seats on the eighth seed in Serena's gone and then bends which also lost to come to the six love six one so the Swiss sensation is out Donna vekic also lost two eagles white tact twenty to keep an eye on this young lady from Poland are very impressive seven five six three and Simona Halep the four seats still alive she went straight sets are six one six four she escaped against Brady the American the other day so that a look at the Australian Open and there is some lines that I already saw coming up for all the freakin Isner coming up for very good minus one forty nine is our take back one thirty that'll be a later on we see curious the home home countrymen they're from Austria taking on Kachin often that's gonna be going but curious minds to forty four there often to doubt coming up right now get I told you Carino boosted Pablo public radio booster and it's plus sixteen hundred on career stats Nadal minus five thousand the number one Federer is mine is six twenty five against more tone of foods rich and it look better how long did you go did you two more hours and three minutes wow you got it like three minutes yeah not too bad Medvedev minus nine oh nine again so Popper and buy sell it you had to go five sets will take on round it's now around instead of Canada minus one seventy five there and wi fi for the needy and scientists anger and we'll go and five five Minnie minus one fifty four there and then Novak Djokovic minus three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars to one hundred against Diego Schwartzman I like towards which worked as a guy worse hat backwards young kid but it's got a lot of moxie and he's a plus fourteen hundred so keep an eye there on the ladies side let me just see remember Wozniacki played her last match last night she announced her retirement she got beaten three sets hi Ashley forty is the number one seed she will take what else Alison Riske from the United States board is a minus four hundred query Goff is a plus one thirty gets a
How a Simple 'Thank You' Can Make You a Better Leader
"Talk to you a little bit about why the thank you is kind of a lost art form. And why every job including management or leadership job is a sales sales job. Then I'm GonNa take you through a five step formula on how to use this magic. Thank you to get ahead. You need. Get folks to do what you need them to do. And then why why. It actually is super important to continue to do this no matter your role no matter your team. So let's get right to it. The first thing is with regard to the thank you. It's funny we're taught this lesson when we're children right. It's something that we're talking in kindergarten safely's and thank you but as we become adults this becomes comes off bit of a lost art form. We say it but it's sort of a throwaway. We say thanks so much or at the end of the email we say. Thank you so much. Appreciate your help but then it goes. It was away but we don't really think of the thank you or the art of gratitude as a leadership skill set so everybody in your organization comes in contact contact with customers and doesn't matter what they are. What their role is? It's the fact that it's an internal customer or an external customer well whether it's internal or external those people like to be appreciated. They like to be thanked too. So therefore every conversation or interaction is actually a sales conversation. Everybody's selling every day. You just don't call it that any interaction. You've got with a colleague or direct report that's a sales conversation. You're selling them on your personal brand on who you are and what you bring to. The table and leadership does the selling at the highest level. You're doing this often to entities that are critical organization's success. You're selling the idea. Yeah of WHO This company is. You're selling the idea of who your team is. And what they bring to the table too so when you think about your role you've got to be kind kind of selling all day. But the internal communication is were gratitude can actually give you the most bang for your buck because grateful people actually want to do more people who are happy in their jobs. People who feel empowered are the ones that actually want to continue to do that because they're getting positive reinforcement from it. So that's what I mean when I say every job as a sales job including leadership because this is one of those opportunities that you're faced with every single day to be able to empower your team even more so I promised you a five set formula so i WanNa talk about the plan I now planning is the most important part of leadership leadership right but so often leader struggle with this because you actually to sit down and think about it. So let's just use the thank you part for a moment if if we're talking about showing gratitude to our teams. How are you showing gratitude today? What's something that you can share with your team to show them that you appreciate what they've brought to the table so you can explain to them how much what they did on that project or that particular client folder? Whatever it was that they brought to you you really appreciate and you've really appreciate the fact that they put that extra effort into it but you gotTa have a plan to do this otherwise? This is the piece that falls by the wayside. I can't tell you how how many managers I've worked with year after year. Who really struggle with showing the appreciation and when we'd done assessments with teams? We've talked to the employees themselves. That's the thing it falls by the wayside they feel under appreciated and it's to teeny tiny simple words that we got to throw out there but without a plan not can happen so the second thing is once you got that plan you can look for. Those opportunities. Leaders have a multitude of opportunities to kind of sell the. Thank you every day but again without that plan you're not really looking for your spidey senses aren't up and you're not looking for opportunities to kind of say. Hey I really appreciate what you brought to the table but you do have to keep your eyes repealed. This means getting off of your phone while you're walking in the hallway. This means actually reading into the emails and the messages that people are sending you pause breathe and think about what that person did that has really helped the organization to move forward and then show them that gratitude. And then you've got to establish trust you've really gotTa show the folks around you that you hear them and you see them. And this is one of the most heartbreaking parts in business right is when people feel like they're not being seen or they're not being heard and it simply because we move at the speed of business. It doesn't slow down and in fact if anything. It's speeding up now with technology. So we've got to show them damn that they can trust us that we have their back that we do appreciate them and that we want them to be part of this organization going forward without the trust of their team leaders. You you can't be effective but they need to know that you hear them in order for you to be able to have that trust goes both ways and then finally got to ask for what you want asking is a big piece of this to leaders have verbal as what they want and they have to be able to empower their teams to do so and then in that ask is also. We're also showing them. How grateful you are that? They are able to do the task. You're asking their up to the task that you're grateful that the report of this team empower them with gratitude. It's such a simple thing but it is so often left behind with that gratitude. That's really the final step. And this is where most really senior leaders fall down because we think we're showing our gratitude with a paycheck. We think we're showing our gratitude because we put thank you in an email because we did an office party. It's not Nov guys. You've got to show them whether it's victory or defeat you've got to be constant in your gratitude whether the company did great whether the company did not do great great. Everybody should show the gratitude of getting us to where we were today and learning from that and then showing gratitude is reinforcing the that trust is showing them and regardless you appreciate the fact that they put forth the effort and recognizing those problem areas as well as the achievements. The problem areas are the ones that we're learning from so make sure our team knows how much you appreciate them even making that extra effort and then it also shows that the activities that you're reinforcing with these guys and you're showing them him. How much appreciate it? It actually empowers them to want to do it more. It's sort of like if you've ever seen a little kid and you giggle it. Something that they do they do at ten thousand times more will. The reason is because we're hard wired that way as human beings we want those applause we want those accolades and as a leader the accolades thank you so another thing that I mentioned in the very beginning which was the thank you goodbye kind of thing and I think thank you should never mean goodbye. It's not a C- later kind of greeting or or salutation. It's not the end. It should be the first step in continuing that relationship and deepening that relationship and nothing comes after thank you. Nobody fills fulfilled. Nobody wants to continue to do this. Sort of that throwaway piece. It's like throwing the you know love you bye before you hang up the phone. It's just not enough enough and it's not really heartfelt either the thank you should be that ongoing piece of letting them know that I see you. I appreciate you. I love what you're doing thing and I really want to show you. How grateful I am that? You're a part of this and it's really that shift of your own mindset. That happens to be able to to throw this out there guys. I can't tell you enough. How important this particular lesson is for any leader in any organization whether you're leading sales organization whether you're an engineer whether the back office whether your client facing or not this gratitude piece is part of the brand that you build because if you're building this piece of gratitude it will permeate through through the company it will permeate through your team and then it will eventually get to the customer and people who feel appreciated want to come back? They want to show show you their loyalty because they feel that they can trust you. And you're being loyal to
Uber, Postmates sue to block California gig worker law, claiming it's unconstitutional
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Uber and Postmates sue California to block gig economy law
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