31 Burst results for "Flushing Meadows"
Naomi Osaka recovers brilliantly to beat Victoria Azarenka and clinch title
"Is one of second US Open tennis championship and third Grand Slam title overall. By coming back yesterday to beat Victoria Azarenka and three cents and the final of Flushing Meadows, Osaka's 166363 victory in New York and to our trophies from the 2018 U. S Open and 2019 Australian Open. The 20 year old born in Japan is now based in the U. S.
Serena Williams continues bid for 24th grand slam
"Serena Williams came back from a slow start to beat Sloane Stephens, 2662 and six to win the US Through opens third round. William's victory in Arthur Ashe Stadium allowed her to avoid what would have been her earliest accident. Flushing Meadows since she lost in the third round in our tournament debut, all the way back in 1998 Williams was 16 then and had yet to complete. Or rather win a Grand Slam title. She turns 39 3 weeks and is pursuing her 24th major championship in singles. Williams will face Maria Sicari of Greece in the final round.
Without a roaring crowd, Coco Gauff makes early exit at US Open
"Seeded Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite to win his fourth men's championship, cruised into his in his first round matchup at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a three set win last night 16 year old Coco Golf knocked out on day one, her earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. Top seeded Karolina Pliskova advanced in in straight straight straight sets. sets. sets. sets. Three Three Three Three Three times times times times times times Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking around around around around around around around around around longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer at at at at at at at at at Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, then then then then then then then then then she she she she she she she she she did did did did did did did did did a a a a a a a a a year year year year year year year year year ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. She She She She She She She She She also also also also also also also also also advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced into into into into into into into into into the the the the the the the the the second second second second second second second second second round.
U.S. Open kicks off Monday with no fans
"Is set for this U. S Open, which is scheduled to begin tomorrow with no fans in the stands in Flushing Meadows, New York We get more details from ABC AERIAL Russia 19 pandemic, forcing organizers to close the event to fans, normally numbering in the hundreds of thousands flocking to see the world's top tennis pros compete. The pump and circumstance replaced by safety protocol players sequestered in a bubble at an exclusive hotel tested twice in their 1st 48 hours. Then, every four days after the tournament after II runs for the next two weeks,
'Watch it on TV': Gov. Cuomo OKs no-fan US Open tennis in NY
"No spectators allowed Belmont Park New York governor Andrew Cuomo has allowed the U. S. TA to host the United States open tennis tournament in late August at flushing meadows but again no fans allowed in the stadium and will the big name players show up former champion Tracy Austin on the tennis channel yeah I would like to see more of the top players commit I really don't want to see a a U. S. open it's so watered down its like Yann cultish when he won Wimbledon and seventy three when there was a boycott and most of the top players didn't
Eyeing 19th Slam title, Nadal plays Medvedev at US Open
"Three time US open champion Rafael Nadal of Spain is set to take on fifth seed Danielle Medvedev of Russia for the US open men's title in a couple of hours and peers Amy held has a preview of the final and new York's flushing meadows can you Medvedev is playing in his first major final a decade older it's Rafael Nadal's twenty seventh he's hoping for his nineteenth grand slam win which would put him within one of the all time male record button is all says he's trying not to focus on that I would love to be the one that's more yes but you cannot be all day for a state that they are all day thinking about what's your neighbor half on Saturday Serena Williams was trying for her twenty fourth major victory which would have tied her with the women's record but Bianca undress coup denied that shot Williams called her own level of playing quote inexcusable this is the worst match I've played alternately and it's hard to know that you could do better nineteen year old on dress because win gives Canada it's first grand slam singles
Federer can be oldest male Slam semifinalist since Connors
"Tennis Roger Federer resumes his bid for his first US open title eleven years is a quarter final under the lights tonight against unseeded Grigor Dimitrov thirty eight year old Federer trying to become the oldest male grand slam semi finalist since Jimmy Connors was there at thirty nine during his nineteen ninety one memorable run at flushing meadows stand for Ranko the twenty sixteen champions he'll take on fifth seed Downey Medvedev this afternoon on the women's side Serena Williams will test a right ankle after rolling it and tries to return to the semi finals when she plays ****
"flushing meadows" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"S. open let's head out to flushing meadows and get the very latest in this live report from the fans and the gory Hey Erica top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic has his work cut out for him and I think it's the twenty third seed stand for ring guy who beat Djokovic to win the US open title in twenty sixteen referring to took the first at six four acing Djokovic eight times in that set with the server was clocked at a hundred and thirty five miles an hour break it broke in the fifth game to go up three two and then closed out that first set on his serve in the second set Djokovic broke in the second game and now leads three to one the question is if Djokovic just having ongoing issues with his left shoulder so stay tuned the winner of this match to advance to the quarterfinals and will next play fifty down Medvedev who needed forced us to get through it dominate cap for a qualifier from Germany the crowd was rooting for cap for and afterwards Medvedev told the crowd that the fact that they were rooting against him gave him so much energy to win earlier the fifty from the Ukraine Elaine us that a lean she disposed of Madison keys seven five six four and one is from the day session include Roger Federer Serena Williams and weighing chill on the eighteen C. from China who ousted a second seed actually party in straight sets Erica okay and the two does nineteen NFL season kicks off this week and teams are finalizing their rosters at the jets acquired kicker Corey vet Vic from the Vikings and wave Taylor brought a lot they also signed former eagles running back Josh Adams to their practice squad the giants claimed offensive tackle Erik Smith off waivers from the jets and wide receiver Cody core from the bangles jointly musically Gianfranco David cone cast members of the sopranos in many other stars at the seventh annual mustache bash to benefit the Fred I'm Israeli foundation and free lung cancer screenings it all takes place on Tuesday September tenth of the hard rock cafe at Yankee Stadium for ticket information call nine two nine three one seven friend it is seventy one degrees under.
Naomi Osaka defeats Coco Gauff in 2 sets at U.S. Open
"Bass will fifteen year old coco Goss U. S. open run has come to an end the American teenager fell in straight sets against defending champ and top seed Naomi Osaka god became the youngest women to win two matches at flushing meadows since nineteen ninety six he pounded serves up to a hundred nineteen miles an hour but also double faulted seven times the emotional teen with our Mary Joe Fernandez tell me that in amazing in the log and she asked if I could do on court interview with her and I said no because I know it's gonna cry the whole time but she encouraged me to do it this is the first US open in the main draw what is the experience in life and tonight playing against one of the very best in the world number one Naomi I mean it was amazing I mean she's been amazing and I'm gonna learn a lot from this mass and she's been so sweet to me so thank you for this you still with me Natalie every time you guys let you win how much you looking forward to that tomorrow I'm super excited tomorrow and like I love playing doubles I love playing with Katie and I hope that we can do well in that and once again thank you nine oh man I don't want people to think I'm trying to take this moment away from her because she really deserves it so thank you what a great run and what a great future that teenager has the two time major Champassak I had a twenty four eight edge in winners finish the match in just sixty
"flushing meadows" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Open here in flushing meadows queens coming up more from here at the open so many interesting people around going to catch up on the scene also meant when Clark the I. C. E. he's a big tennis player he's gonna be by with his coat but first let's get back to Charlie Pellett within update on the trades lots of breaking news after the bell we begin with dell technologies of reported sales and profits that topped Wall Street estimates boosted by strong corporate demand for computers and software shares right now they are applied six percent heading the other direction all to cut its earnings per share forecast for the full year missing the lowest analysts estimate shares of plunging now by twenty percent a deal we were talking about an ounce after hours Yankee global enterprises with partner Sinclair broadcasting announced the purchase of the yes network from the Walt Disney company acquiring the eighty percent of the yes network not already held by Yankee global enterprises but a total enterprise value of three point four seven billion dollars the down the S. and P. and nasdaq called advancing us up for a second day today are by thirty six points one point three percent the Dow higher today by three hundred and twenty six points up was a gain of one point three percent nasdaq rally one hundred sixteen points up by one and a half percent tenured on for thirty seconds yields one point four nine percent gold lower by eight tenths of one percent fifteen twenty seven the ounce and West Texas intermediate crude up today by one half percent fifty six sixty two apparel repeating our top story from Washington president trump says he has canceled a trip to Poland this weekend because hurricane Dorian is poised to strike Florida and instead he will be sending vice president Mike pence signed Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Charlie.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on AP News
"Great says another grand slam crown do his career AP's, Mike Moriarty with a RAB from steamy. US open six seed Novak Djokovic his second straight grand slam title following up. The Wimbledon championship by defeating third. She'd one Martine though, Potrero in straight sets six three seven six six three twenty two thousand eighteen US open men's singles final Jovovich who missed last year's US open with an elbow injury, which he had surgery on earlier in two thousand eighteen discussed. How far he is coming to short amount of time. If you told me in February this year when I got the surgery that I'll win Wimbledon US Open. Would be hard to hard to believe for Djokovic is the fourteenth grand slam tunnel his career and his third US Open's as he was also victorious at Flushing Meadows in two thousand eleven and two thousand fifteen Mike Moriarty, New York. Journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they deny making statements about President Trump in his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is carefully done as you. Serena Williams is find seventeen thousand dollars in the aftermath of the US open final and the Women's Tennis Association calls for equal treatment of all tennis players AP. Correspondent Julie Walker reports the seventeen thousand dollar fine stems from three code violations. Serena Williams received during her loss to Naomi. Oh. Soccer in the US open. Final. Verbal abuse of the chair on pyre coaching and breaking Haracic the WTA along with Williams and critics inside and outside of tennis argued that she was not treated the same as mail players. In addition men's champion Novak Djokovic said he thought the chair on pyre who Williams argued with should not have pushed her so hard. Julie Walker New York. Hi, I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe rate and review, that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast..
WTA backs Serena Williams' sexism claim in aftermath of US Open final
"Meanwhile the body in charge of the women's game w._t._i. is released a statement seemingly backing up serena williams is claim of sexism against her chair umpire in the u._s. open final on saturday williams losing that to naomi a soccer of japan the chief executive of the w._t._i. says the same standards of officiating should be applied to men and women and this wasn't the case in flushing
Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and President Trump discussed on Dr. Bob Martin
"In New York upset at yesterday's US open women's final. Serena Williams losing to Naomi Osaka. Following a coaching penalty. Angry, outbursts, and tears Williams. Taking on the chair umpire in a heated argument. ABC's aerial Russia has more from Flushing Meadows in New York. Serena Williams, hoping to clinch a historic twenty four th grand slam title, but trouble straight out of the gate for the great her. Twenty year old opponent Naomi Osaka. Coming out swinging in the end Otoka out playing her idol the to embrace after the emotional match Osaka's trophy ceremony tinted by the
"flushing meadows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"She Lennox. We start with baseball because we have a developing story at target field. Royals in twins. Royal starting pitcher Jose Lopez perfect through eight NET struck out to in the four strike ask for the game royals now. Batting in the night were they four nothing lead. US open ladies final earlier today. Naomi oh soccer winning their first career major in straight-sets against Serena Williams, second said Williams penalized for receiving coaching. She responded a chair umpire Carlos Roma. I didn't get. Now from ESPN TV today from Flushing Meadows Williams lost a point for breaking a racket third violation resulted in a game penalty for verbal abuse. When she called romo's a college football on ESPN TV tonight. They're in the third quarter in college station, and it looks like on the board again aggies touchdown in the third quarter after Kelly Brian had a touchdown pass through de'andre Overton. And Clemson continuing the lead in college station that game is on ESPN TV number thirteen. Penn. State and Pitt on ABC televisions night's second quarter. Penn State holding on to a seven six lead. Clemson the point after ten they're.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Anastassia come in. I don't know if people actually heard you drop that little line in there. I usually only come in to shake hands. Yeah. That's usually the only time I come in. But I wanted to try something different today and it worked to my favor. It certainly did meantime, the American Madison keys one or previous matchups all three of them against Naomi. Oh sock including winning in straight sets, the French Open this year. But the twenty year old Osaka. Turn the tables on keys on Thursday becoming the first Japanese woman to reach grand slam final. She saved all thirteen break points in winning in straight six two four Patrick McEnroe bought stock in Osaka. Well before her arrival in Flushing Meadows. Patrick, I want to go back to Wimbledon going into Wimbledon. Pat, maybe you're off by Dan, Patrick said Naomi Osaka's taking this grand slam title. Why did you believe in her so much this year after what you saw it India into that? Apparently, I believed that are more than she did. I mean, that's sort of what it was she'd been saying coming into the tournament that a lot of people were talking about her pass. It was just a third round in a major. This is why I mean, we always talk tonight. But I saw it in Indian Wells when she won the title there. We were there for that as well. Great power off both wings, very good serving very controlled in the way, she plays. And to me that was the difference tonight. I mean, okay. We could talk about the break points to discrepancy in that department. But to me, she thoroughly outplayed Madison keys, she absorbs her pace from keys, which was big at times. And she just controlled the center of the court. She controlled Jim maneuvered keys around when she had the chance when she had to play defense, which he did have to do a lot. She didn't. Well, great balanced. Great timing very strong legs as well. The maturity about soccer from when she blew the match against keys two years ago at the US open from leading five one it's been incredible. She's improved on all aspects. But her mental toughness tonight in the most difficult of moments when you know, you're playing against keys who can raise the level and could get hot was incredible to see the way she off some of the point shoots. Shohei just focus on hitting moving forward. And Ray Allen is headed to the hall of fame. How does the former sharp shooter want to be remembered we have answers, which sportscenter allnight rolls back. This is ESPN radio..
"flushing meadows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chance tonight against come in. I don't know if people actually heard you drop that little line in there. I usually only come in to shake hands. Yeah. That's usually the only time I come in. But I wanted to try something different today and it works in my favor. It. Certainly did meantime, the American Madison keys at one or previous matchups all three of them against Naomi Osaka. Including winning in straight sets the French Open this year, but the twenty year old Osaka. Turn the tables on keys on Thursday becoming the first Japanese woman to reach grand slam final. She say all thirteen break points in winning in straight six two four Patrick McEnroe bought stock in Osaka. Well before her arrival in Flushing Meadows. Patrick, I want to go back to Wimbledon going into Wimbledon. Pat, maybe you're off by grants. Now, Patrick said Naomi, oh is taking this grand slam title. Why did you believe in her so much this year after what you solid indeed well into that? Apparently, I believed that are more than she did. I mean, that's sort of what she'd been saying come into the tournament that a lot of people were talking about her could she give pass if it was just a third round in a major. This is why I mean what we saw tonight. But I saw it in Indian Wells when she won the title there. We were. There for that as well. Great power off both wings. Very good serving very controlled in the way, she plays and to me that was different tonight. I mean, okay, we could talk about the break points to discrepancy in that department. But to me, she thoroughly outplayed Madison keys, she absorbs her pace from keys, which was big at times. And she just control the center of the court. She control Jim maneuvered keys around when she had the chance when she had to play defense, which he did have to do a lot. She didn't. Well, great balanced. Great timing very strong legs as well. The maturity about Sokha from when she blew the match against keys two years ago at the US open from leading five one it's been incredible. She's improved on all aspects. But her mental toughness tonight in the most difficult moments when you know, you're playing against keys who can raise the level and can get hot was incredible to see the way she fought off some of the point should Shohei just focus on hitting moving forward. And Ray Allen is headed to the hall of fame. How? How does the former sharpshooter wanna to be remembered we have answers? Sportscenter allnight rolls back. This is ESPN radio. Suedes? Hayward? Your home for Sunday night baseball. ESPN radio.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Come in to shake hands. But tonight, I thought I'm playing such a good player. And you know, I knew that if I wanted to have a chance tonight against Anastassia to come in. I don't know if people actually heard you drop that little line in there. I usually only come in to shake hands. Yeah. That's usually the only time I come in. I want to try something different today and it works in my favor. It certainly did me Tommy American Madison keys at winter. Previous matchups all three of them against Naomi. Oh sock including winning in straight sets the French Open this year, but the twenty year old Osaka. Turn the tables on keys on Thursday becoming the first Japanese woman to reach grand slam final. She saved all thirteen break points in winning in straight six two four Patrick McEnroe bought stock in Osaka. Well before her arrival in Flushing Meadows. Patrick, I want to go back to Wimbledon going into Wimbledon. Pat. Well, apparently, I believe that are more than she did. I mean, that's sort of what was she'd been saying coming into the tournament. And a lot of people were talking about her could she get past. It was just a third round in a major. This is why I mean what we saw tonight. But I saw it in Indian Wells when she won the title there. We were there for that as well. Great power off both wings. Very good serving Jerry control in the way, she plays. And to me that was the difference tonight. I mean, okay, we could talk about the break points to discrepancy in that department. But to me. She thoroughly outplayed Madison Kishi absorbs her pace from keys which was big at times. And she just controlled the center of the courts, you control, she maneuvered keys around when she had the chance when she had to play defense, which he did have to do a lot. She didn't. Well, great balanced. Great timing very strong legs as well. The maturity about Sokha from when she blew the match against keys two years ago at the US open from leading five one it's been incredible. She's improved on all aspects. But her mental toughness tonight in the most difficult of moments when you know, you're playing against keys who can raise the level and could get hot what's incredible to see the way she fought off some of the point should Shohei just focus on hitting moving forward. And Ray Allen is headed to the hall of fame. How does the former sharpshooter want to be remembered we have answers, which sportscenter allnight rolls back? This is ESPN radio..
"flushing meadows" Discussed on PRI's The World
"More and more and more as much goes on. And you know, you lose energy as goes by at one time. People might have said that Federer was making excuses, but let's be real here. More and more sporting events are being affected by rising temperatures linked to climate change. Chris would Myers with the US Tennessee. Asssociation and he joins us from Flushing Meadows. So how impressive ended is this heat for the US open while I mean, it's it's rather warm and toasty here in New York. I don't think we've ever invoked the extreme heat policy in our second week before we did so yesterday were we? And we have done so again today this morning. So the conditions are tough. What is the extreme heat policy? Basically, what happens is there's a certain reading on the wet ball, which is a series of climate readings that supersedes thirty point one, the extreme heat policy goes into effect for both the women's junior. So a player is offered the right to take ten minute additional break after the second set to cool down to ice down whatever it is they need, the conditions were so extreme that we instituted that policy for the men for the first time early last week. So as you may know, the dates of the twenty twenty two World Cup of. Soccer and are very hot. Tar has been moved to get out of the summer days Ernie talk about doing the same thing with the US open, like finding different part of the year to to host it. There's been no discussion of that. What would take a discussion of that kind? Well, I mean the that's a broad question that would involve the entire global tennis calendar to move something as monumental as he was open would require quite a bit of puzzle solving discussions at Sarah because you'd be impacting so many Domino's here. Tell me how does heat affect how the game is played. You can look at a number of different factors. How does it affect the player physically, how much humidity is in the air that might actually slow down the pace of the ball? How does it affect the courts if at all? So you know there's a variety of factors, some core heater than others that will go into it. Certainly, the number one thing is the fitness. Level in the ability of a player to adjust to the conditions. And I'm gonna say this, it'd be they are. They've been tough conditions, Chris whitmire with the US Tennis Association. Speaking with us from Flushing Meadows in queens at the US open. Thanks very much for your time. Thank you. I can remember when Chinese investment in Africa seemed to be mostly benevolent during the Cold War. The staunchly communist government in Beijing built sugar processing plants and Africa. China also gifted parliament, buildings to African governments. The aim was to win hearts and minds to riff on Seinfeld. China wanted to be there for Africa. These days China is just there. That's the background for the forum on China, Africa, cooperation that wrapped up today in Beijing leaders from nearly every African country went to the Chinese capital to discuss Chinese investment back home China's president Xi Jin Xi Jinping pledged an extra sixty billion dollars for infrastructure projects on the continent, and that is well above what was promised. The last time, the form convened in South Africa in two thousand fifteen. The BBC's Africa business editor Larry models in Nairobi. He says, there's concern here in the US about China's growing investment in Africa. The reason why there's a lot of concern in the US and elsewhere is about. Level of indebtedness that Africa is falling into to China. Specifically. It's often called China's debt Trump diplomacy in Africa, and what China has done is aggressively give out loans to African countries. Often lows of these countries cannot afford to pay off the International Monetary Fund has warned that forty percent of low income countries in Africa risk that distress or a ready in debt distress. And that's where we are while that's extrordinary. And then I read that China's now the single largest bilateral financier of all infrastructure in Africa surpassing like the European Commission and the World Bank and all the countries combined China is suddenly very active in infrastructure. Financing giving more money than older out the lateral organizations, and it looks like it's not about to stop anytime soon. The reason why China does this is part of it. It looks good for the African countries. It creates jobs..
FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks
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Publix recalls ground beef products sold in Florida for possible E. coli contamination
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"flushing meadows" Discussed on Get Up!
"Sportscenter night after the US open with Fukuchi and Anderson are we kept getting out of Flushing Meadows plus inside Jacob, degrom, historic Cy Young pursuit. What the numbers say about Notre Dame's chances to make the college football playoff sportscenter after tennis on ESPN and the app hero alert, we got one coming up, meanwhile on planet or cubs taking on the Mets. You get Anthony, Rizzo foul, and it's hero coming up here that I want you to concentrate on catches the ball in what can only be described as a very expensive here then, oh my dog along. Olson canadian. Rule for that. So fast PS you don't need a glove to catch a ball fact. We just prove that how do you guys feel about what you just witnessed? They're pretty good. Is a resident Canadian? Yeah. Anything with beer involved with that? I say Labatt's Molson's doesn't matter a little moosehead. We want to talk about what's going on. Slaughter. Jesse baseball at me. I was trying to catch it in my water mug, no beer in their notebook is. He's an incredible. If you miss. Like a feeling a lot of moisture on t, five billion. You do twelve shows. Okay. Okay. Fair enough. The latest in the proposal. Finale last night. It was. I took the tuxedo walk and what business casualties. I wanna make sure as soon as his left, but thank you. You want to go on right back with great sage manager. Exactly..
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"flushing meadows" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"flushing meadows" Discussed on Z100
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"flushing meadows" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Well i'm super excited and i think the ladies might be super excited with me too and that is because on nickelodeon tonight double dare returns it's a show that i grew up with i think victoria and care also got to enjoy double dare it's a trivia show that was hosted by marc summers ran for a long time on nickelodeon where teams would compete with trivia and physical challenges and then the winning team would move on to compete in the obstacle course there is a reboot of that on nickelodeon it starts tonight at eight o'clock and then there's a second episode at eight thirty and it runs throughout the week so you can check it out also tonight if that's not quite your thing there is a brand new episode of salvation at nine o'clock on cbs this is the season premiere and it's the secret of the asteroid that becomes public following a nuclear incidents this is going to be quite exciting i think right at the edge of your seat on cbs at nine o'clock tonight followed by a new episode of elementary at ten on abc cara it's bachelorette night everybody grits red wine and sit on on the couch for that and the bachelorette eight o'clock followed by a new show on abc called the proposal that's at ten o'clock we're ten men compete to handle ring to their oh come on more of that stuff it's by the doug batchelor it's basically the same thing only quicker version of it yeah you on nbc news tonight running wild with bear grylls that's eight o'clock followed by american ninja warrior at nine o'clock so you think you can dance new on fox tonight at eight o'clock and on cw there's a brand new episode of whose line is it anyway that's at nine o'clock before that penn and teller fool less at eight that starts things off for the cw and that's what's new tonight twenty six past the our music time now as we celebrate with paul simon he's approaching the end of his touring career so he says he went back to remember a few months ago he said he was going to extend the homeward bound farewell tour to conclude in new york city which is hometown plans to play three consecutive shows to commemorate his retirement from being out on the road so the announcement is come that he'll be finishing out with one final show at flushing meadows corona park which is near laguardia where the world fair to place nineteen sixty four flushing meadows that'll be twentysecond has september a fitting final stop as he spent most of his childhood out in that borough the borough of queens were flushing meadows is.
Janet Jackson on Her 'Intense' Struggle with Depression — and How She Found Happiness
"Getting care the programs available in atlanta philadelphia los angeles vegas miami and cincinnati janet jackson is revealing more about her personal life she says she suffered an intense battle with depression pop superstar writing in the latest issue of essence magazine that her depression was linked to childhood inferiority complex and societies racism and sexism janet jackson is fifty two years old now she says she had many difficult years despite success fame and wealth she says she was able to find her way through it though the younger sister of michael jackson says she's looking forward to performing next month at new york's panorama which has staged by the promoters of the baked coachella festival in california paul simon will hold the final concert of his farewell tour at the park near where he grew up simon will play flushing meadows corona park new york september twenty second he says it's more faith than coincidence that his last show will be there he says he could have written his bike as a kid to the park in about twenty minutes komo news time six twenty nine abc news next guys don't you get tired of paying outrageous prices for razor blades there's no reason for it don't put up with it anymore i've been using their products for two or three years now and i love the closeness of the shave i get from harry's i love the fragrance of their products and i love the price the two guys who started harry's also were tired of paying so much for shaving products and all kinds of gimmicks that the.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I would say yeah because at that point i it's not like when the us open goes to bethpage black were in like in in the crowd is is a crowd as nuts as as they are like when the us open or ryder cup would go up to new york city like his those those those fans are absolutely insane is that how it is or flushing meadows for the us open tennis yes out brother my sisterinlaw's college tennis player that sort of thing and they went that was her big christmas gift last year they went is the first time they've ever been they said it was unbelievable said it goes us open it's just it's for even if you get if you don't care about it you'll still like it but for tennis junkies it's it i mean it is like the county fair for tennis can i get can i get a funnel cake and can i get can i can't a hotdog gonna fried steak you can we get a corn dog is corn dogs there that's what i think about when i think about flushing meadows is with worrying you walk in these yet a corn dog and an elephant ear and you can watch tennis all day and while federer still playing you know it's a good time to go because we're gonna miss one of the great if i don't it can get up there yeah okay craig dates with a phone call right like of guys that you have to say i want to be able to tell my kids that i saw play baseball seam heads will say pool halls was that guy hit a three thousand hit last night.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Freak out right so like churchill downs i've never been to the kentucky derby churchill downs when it's empty and it's you feel it right when you walk in there i got to tiger stadium in baton rouge i was in it's it's incredible now it's the best i mean it's just to me that's a great sign speaking of bucket list items craig's from north carolina's online craig bucket list sporting events man you know what i i can't opportunity to go to the house on madison way back in the day when jordan was really young watching play the lakers with magic johnson and michael cooper while all the old school showtime guys and it was towards the end of the game jordan steals from cooper and come in for and i was behind on that side way up in the rafters and to me that was the end all be all of all of it but i grew up in a tennis playing family in chicago and what am i bucket lists is the us open tennis to flushing meadows and living in chicago or living in charlotte now i jump on a plane for two hundred bucks for like a day pack and watch it but every year it comes and goes and i'm like dude you better get there before you missed it but that one's high on my list i would say yeah because at that point it is not like when the us open goes to bethpage black in like in in the crowd is is a crowd as nuts as as they are like when the us open or ryder cup would go up to new york city like his those those those fans are absolutely insane is that how it is flushing meadows for the us open tennis some brother my sisterinlaw's college tennis player that sort of thing and they went that was her big christmas gift last year they went is the first time they've ever been in they said it was unbelievable the us open is just it's for even if you get if you don't care about it you'll still like it but.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on WGTK
"And returned hard came back from an injury played against someone like venus who was really hitting the ball i mean incredibly hard and give it was an incredible run for venus williams but sloan stevens that at all did all the way down the stretch and had some of the most incredible shotmaking i think i have ever seen period and i've been too many opens and i've talked about tennis before so good for sloan stevens two points from defeat against wien his williams and the us open semifinal the four pulling out the win so now madison keys beats coco vandeweghe and sloan stevens and medicine keys to americans are set for the first all american women's final at flushing meadows since two thousand and oh the grit of the girls so good for them again the fact that stevens was surfing for the biggest win of her career and her impressive comeback from surgery on her left foot in late january whoa ow absolutely absolutely amazing so there you go a little sports short fouryear both on the u s open and of course on the nfl to kicking off for the first time this year with a full slate of football games coming down the pike on sunday and into monday of of course as well as we continue to i think give you what is the buzz in the backyard there's little snippets of it there we're we're seeing what's going on with erma and then we hear about some of the other north korea threats and what not happen to see this um cyber breach the word now that's very familiar to all of us right so cyber breach at ecuador facts they say could affect one hundred and forty three million u s consumers that's crazy 100 and forty three people affected by this cyber attack we have criminals criminal hackers that i mean that's a national credit reporting company that is danger wrists and the hackers gained access to credit card numbers for about two hundred nine thousand customers and certain disputed documents.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Influencing president zuma and some stateowned companies was criticized by opposition parties south africa's four biggest banks shot gupta control accounts lost here citing reputational risk and regulates we concerns global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm is called sin this is the thank you very much indeed not such great news from the tennis his chris coal which is number one you hanna konta is out to the us open after suffering a shock defeat to the world number seventy eight he was beaten three cents by alexandra crude h at flushing meadows heather watson is also after the tournament off the losing in straight sets to at least coordinate the british men fed data with lettmann seeing off duty secondseed robin hassa in three sets while camera noory beat dimitri tursunov who retired hurt today alias bed and gets his campaign underway against russia's andrei roub live much ephedra and rafael nadal a rule so in action england's cricketers need ten wickets on the final day of the second test to ensure a series win over the west indies which will resume on five for no wicket in their second innings at headingley chasing an unlikely three hundred and twenty two for victory and britain's chris firm goes into staged ten of cycling through to iis spagna we'd a healthy advantage the race resumes this morning following a rest day with wind is tackling the one hundred and sixty four kilometers stretch from canada said to el paso thanks chris let's get around of of us force with pete fox max shares are returned action for the nazi went 7 struck out ten marlins posted his thirteen to win as washington wall of the marlins eleven to two three hits for manny machado as the orioles beat the mariners seven six four win number sixty six boston a six five win over toronto at roger center which snapped a fourgame a losing streak in in the bronx at yankee stadium indians down the egg six two and at the us open unseeded maria sharapova upends the 2 seed simona halaf and are returned major tennis ib facts that your bloomberg nbc world sports update us 10 years up to turn richard jones how significant i think it could be very important we've seen the us at the asian and.
"flushing meadows" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Mediterranean during a summit in paris president amata mccoll cold for asylumseekers to be processed on african soil bloomberg strong for lane reports the summit prompted a renewed commitment by the leaders of france germany italy and spain to stem migration from across the mediterranean after the talks the host present in my michael called for safe zones to be set up in chad and niger so that asylum seekers could be identified on african soil german chancellor angloamerican facing pressure on migration in her election campaign commented there was a lot of work still to be done john for lane bloomberg daybreak rome and kenya's supreme court has begun hearing ace that cisse opposition leader raila odinga challenging the reelection of president or who reckon yalta earlier this month the former prime minister has charged that the incumbent won the election fortunately global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm marcus calls than this is bloomberg guy such good news for the tennis marcus with the morning sports chris co british number one you hanna konta is out of the us open after suffering a shock defeat to the world number seventy eight she was beaten in three sets by alexandra crude aged flushing meadows heather watson is also after the tournament off the losing in straight sets to at least coordinate the british men fade beta with letterman seeing off thirty secondseed robin hassa in three sets while camera noory beat dimitri tursunov who retired hurt today elliot bendinha gets his campaign underway against russia's andrei rubin they've want you federa and rafael nadal a rule so in action england's cricketers need ten wickets on the final day of the second test to enjoy a series win over the west indies the tourists resume on filing for no wicket in their second innings at headingley chasing and unlikely three hundred twenty two for victory and britain's chris fru goes into stage ten of cycling farewell to iis spagna with a healthy advantage the race resumes this morning following a rest day with why these tackling the one hundred and sixty four kilometers stretch from canada to el paso let's give the economic news to watch for today and political news of course there's an interest rate decision out of israel at two pm uk time today tomorrow british prime minister.