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"jamie murray" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Think at the moment the conversations, the ongoing conversations with topics like where is Peng Shui, which still haven't been answered, the topics around WTA and the tennis tour, it's all been a bit negative, but I think we've seen with players like this. There are actually some positive stories there as well. Yeah, exactly. And we don't want obviously the sort of negative stories to affect someone like whoo coming through and playing amazing tennis and clinching his first title because he's not part and parcel of everything else. So we should still celebrate obviously these other successes. But yeah, I mean, winning four match saving those four match points. There's a lot of match points being saved. And also a lot of first time winnings, I think, over the last few weeks on tour. Also on the double side of things, Jamie Murray's teamed up with a new partner, Michael Venus, so they won the men's doubles title together. Out in Dallas. We also had them on pelier open as well in the South of France, which saw Yannick sinner winning winning the title at straight sets over maxime Crecy, which is where the comments from whole guru came from earlier because it was Crecy that Beethoven in the semifinal out in Montpellier. But yeah, sinner getting the better of Crecy in the final 7 6 6 three. Interestingly enough, sinners only ever lost one final on the tour that he's played. That came in the Miami masters out in 2021 to Hubert her couch. Joel, do you think sinners almost perfect record and finals made him kind of the standout favorite when it got to this stage of the tournament? Or do you think max and Crecy should have perhaps done a bit more in that final? Well, I was actually, I was a bit surprised actually ruiner didn't get to the final because I would like to see more runner sinner match ups because I think we can all agree that that is a rivalry for this decade and potentially potentially beyond. So it was a little bit I guess disappointing that we didn't get that final. I'm sure we'll get that match up at some point again in the future. But yeah, I think for me, sinners just I think last season was a blip. You know, you had a few injuries. It wasn't really kind of able to sustain himself on the tour. So it's great to see him doing well this time around. I think a little bit of a reset and he just had a very nice, easy, easy route through, I think, that the tournament, nice walk over to begin with against. Interestingly he came up against a French youngster feast in the semifinal zoo. I think 18 years old, who knows, maybe adding himself to the mix of potential next French French one, exactly, but yeah, I think very nice kind of draw for sinner to get through and although crassier, very awkward opponent in the final. I don't know if he was a little bit tired. I knew it was a little bit hampered I think by his hand in that final, but for me it was just job done, I think, for sinner and not much more. And Chris aside from Arthur fi, yeah, very excitingly possibly future French number one. I'm sure we'll be mentioning him at some point on this podcast if he becomes big. What did you make of holga? I think, especially out in Montpellier, given that you interviewed him only last week. Obviously he's a shame he didn't go further than semis, but yeah, how did you make of his performance just after the Davis Cup? I was pretty impressed, I think, obviously the Crecy match was very close and could have gone either way. He did do really well in tight breaks. He took three tie breaks in the first couple of rounds that he played. And then he also took one of the tiebreaks in the crassy match as well. So winning winning 5 tiebreaks in three matches is an awful lot and is a big ask. I think obviously it shows that he plays those tie breaks really well. And the disservice coming on a lot because that's what he said he was working on and it was clear at the Davis Cup that was his focus getting a higher first percentage and that's exactly what you need when it comes to landing those first serves in tie breaks. I have to say from a scheduling perspective I did think he was a bit tired and that was kind of the word on the street at the Davis Cup and such a quick turnaround from there, getting yourself to the South of France. And now he's in Rotterdam. So I think scheduling is something that I am sort of questioning in terms of whether he'll be able to peek at the big tournaments because it's been pretty relentless and I wonder how much that might have sort of impacted and that Chrissy match going long. But a good showing, a consistent showing and I don't think you'll be too disappointed with that semifinal loss. Absolutely. Yeah, I think it's not the end of the world. And out in Cordoba, we have the start of the golden swing, Joe, I bet you're absolutely thrilled. Because we do love a bit of golden swing action. So we had the Cordoba open in Argentina. I have to say classic kind of golden swing final match up. Sebastian Baez against Federico courier, so an all Argentine final and it was Sebastian Baez coming through in three sets. I made more of it, I think, than probably Nick curios did given his comments on sebi Baez, but yeah, nice, nice victory for him. I think he's had a little bit of loss of form, but I always think he could draw in a clay court for some inspiration and that's what he did in horde about open and maybe he can continue it for the rest of the golden swing. And let's take a quick break now, but do join us in the second half, where we will be discussing Novak Djokovic applying for an exemption to play Indian Wells. Wimbledon men's doubles moving to a best of three format. And also looking ahead to all of the action to come this week, including the return of Carlos alcaraz at the Argentina open, so do not go anywhere. Welcome back to the tennis weekly podcast sponsored by download tennis
"jamie murray" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Hi, thanks for joining us. Welcome along to world sport live from London with me Amanda Davis. Well number one, Novak Djokovic may have been granted a medical exemption to allow him to compete at this year's Australian open, but that does not mean he is being welcomed with open arms in Melbourne, the 34 year old has reportedly landed in Australia and is facing criticism that he's been given special treatment, which has allowed him entry despite not being vaccinated against COVID-19. Victoria state government rules insist people must be double vaccinated in order to work or have an exemption granted by an expert independent panel. The Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said Djokovic will be quotes on the next plane home if he doesn't present evidence of a genuine medical exemption on arrival, but the head of the Australian open tournament Craig tyley insists the 9 time champion has received no special treatment. He said of 26 players that made applications for special exemptions, a handful were granted. And all were done through an anonymous process. There were blind applicants that was received. In other words, no one knew who the applicant was. That was reviewed and assessed and then passed on to the second panel, which was set up by the government for further assessment. I want to recognize and acknowledge that this outcome is something that many in the Victorian community will find frustrating and upsetting. But I want to make absolutely clear. That, as has been in the case, the whole time, no one is or will be receiving special treatment because of who they are or what they have achieved professionally. I think there will certainly be helpful if Novak was to explain the consciousness which is sort of an exemption and being brought to the exemption. But ultimately, it's up to him as both as doctor Broderick and Joel have explained is that while you keep asking the question around under what conditions they're being granted, the exemption. We just not in a position. Even legally not in a position to disclose other people's medical information. It's ultimately up to him and I will encourage him to talk to the community about it because it will only help him, but it will help the community because we have been through a very tough period of the past two years and we would appreciate some answers to that. A little bit earlier on, I was joined live by a former world number one two time Australian open winner 6 time Grand Slam champion and former coach of Novak Djokovic, Boris Becker. Let me tell you that it's a personal choice to be vaccinated. I make my choice. I'm double vaccinated, even have to boost, but I'm in my 50s. Nobody is in his 30s. Those other athletes in their 20s and 30s actually have not been vaccinated. So that's their choice. It's a personal decision to do. Having said that there are certain rules that everybody has to obey to playing to Australian awkward. Now the tournament director made a very clear that Novak is not the exception. He said 6 players had a special rule for it. Because they have history and so forth. So again, Novak draws a lot of attention. He does things in a bit of a different way. He's not your ordinary Joe that everybody understands or should understand. But I think he followed the rules, giving the opportunity. Would you urge him as called for to reveal why he has got the exemption? What he applied for. Look, I think it would be in his best interests to openly speak about it, a brain situation, and maybe let everybody in a little bit, what he went through to get this special exemption. I think it would have his cause. Do you think what message does it send out? He is a figurehead of the sport, isn't he? He's the world number one. He's a 9 time Australian open champion. Does he have a responsibility to lead from the front to be vaccinated and follow the rules? Whatever. He might think or prefer because we know a lot of the other players have done that. Look, he's certainly the number one player in the world. He said he's the leader of our school for the last couple of years. He's a role model. And it would help him to be a bit more open about this current situation. I mean, they were living in a world pandemic still. People are still dying from COVID. And we have to be, we have to be in as a role model. We have to be a bit more open about it. On the other hand, he doesn't break any law. It doesn't break any rules. He goes about it with his current situation. So it's a bit of a two edge sword where he saw his tennis career always in a bit of a different way than a Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal. In a way, he did spoil the party because the tennis court was divided between the federal fund and the Nadal fence. Now whether you like him or not, you got to respect his achievements. There's another player in the draw called Raphael Nadal and both are 21st major potentially. So I think this is causing this noise in my opinion. Do you think he gets a tougher ride than some of his rivals in terms of public perception? He certainly would agree with that. Again, Novak is very outspoken. He was never asked about his vaccination center yet. He talked about the pros and the cons. I didn't hear roger talking about it, or in your Rafa talking about it. They keep it sort of under the radar a little bit. He's outspoken. He trains differently. He eats differently elicit life differently, but something must be pretty good for him. Otherwise, he wouldn't be at the 20 major winner. But having said that, he sees everything a little bit different. So we saw Jamie Murray, the British doubles player saying that he didn't think he would have got the exemption. There was a bit of smirking from his teammates alongside him when he made those comments. What kind of reception do you think Novak will receive in the locker room in Melbourne from his fellow players? I mean, from the crowd who are notoriously tough, aren't they there? Well, I mean, Jamie Moore is certainly entitled to his opinion. So is everybody else. But I think his reception from the crowd will be good because ultimately, you know, tennis Australia loves him in the 9 time Australian open champion is one of the most popular players in the world. And the locker room, the difference would be nothing to before, because he is, he's been beating most of these players. He is seeing in the locked room. So he's not the most popular guy for various reasons. How much attention do you think he pays to what is being said and the noise around him? Look, I don't think he can get away with it. You know, ultimately we all want to be loved and respected. He wants to get the love and respect roger and Rafa have. He doesn't have that yet. Having said that, I think the crowd in New York, it is most difficult of playgrounds, changed in the final. I think it was overcome by emotion. All of a sudden, that's one of the reasons he lost. So who knows? I think everybody wants to see him play tennis. Everybody wants to see him copy. And some in the state, you actually want to see him with. I'm speaking of winning briefly because we are running out of time. We know he's going for that tenth Australian open crown. What would be that record 21st Grand Slam title? What do you think of the chances?
"jamie murray" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Unlikely cricket team making their mark on Hong Kong. Hi, thanks for joining us as always. Welcome along to world sport live from London with me, Amanda Davis. The world number one, Novak Djokovic may have been granted a medical exemption to allow him to compete at this year's Australian open, but that doesn't mean he's going to be welcomed with open arms in Melbourne. The 34 year old looks set for a frosty reception when he arrives for the first Grand Slam of the year. Amid criticism he's been given special treatment, which has allowed him entry despite not being double vaccinated against COVID-19. Victoria state government rules insist people must be double vaccinated in order to work or have an exemption granted by an expert independent panel. The Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has said that Djokovic will be quote on the next plane home if he doesn't present evidence of a genuine medical exemption on arrival. But the head of the Australian open tournament Craig Tyler insists the 9 time champion has received no special treatment. He said of 26 players that made applications for special exemptions, a handful were granted and all were done through an anonymous process. They were blind applicants. That was received. In other words, no one knew who the applicant was. That was reviewed and assessed and then passed on to the second panel, which was set up by the government for further assessment. I want to recognize and acknowledge that this outcome is something that many in the Victorian community will find frustrating and upsetting. But I want to make absolutely clear. That as has been the case, the whole time, no one is or will be receiving special treatment because of who they are or what they have achieved professionally. I think there will certainly be helpful if Novak was to explain the country which is sort of an exemption and being constantly exemption. But ultimately, it's up to him as both as doctor Broderick and jollof explained is that while you keep asking the question around under what conditions they're being granted, the exemption. We just not in a position. Even legally on the position to disclose other people's medical information, it's ultimately up to him and I will encourage him to talk to the community about it because it will only help him, but it'll help the community because we have been through a very tough period of the past two years and we would appreciate some answers to that. For more on delighted to say we're joined live from Dubai by a man who knows Novak Djokovic better than most former world number one, two time Australian open winner 6 time Grand Slam champion and former coach of Novak Djokovic Boris Becker, great to see you as always, Boris. Thank you so much for your time. The word coming out of Australia and the Australian open is that it can't have been special treatment for Novak because of the anonymous exemption process. But do you understand the criticism of how this is played out? Look, first of all, thank you for having me, Amanda. Let me tell you that it's a personal choice to be vaccinated. I make my choice. I'm double vaccinated, even have to boost about my 50s. Novak is in his 30s. Those other athletes in their 20s and 30s actually have not been vaccinated. So that's their choice. It's a personal decision to do. Having said that there are certain rules that everybody has to obey to playing to Australian open. Now the tournament director made a very clear that Novak is not the exception. He said 6 players had a special rule for it. Because they have history and so forth. So again, Novak draws a lot of attention. He does things in a bit of a different way. He's not your ordinary Joe that everybody understands or should understand. But I think he followed the rules, giving the opportunity. Would you urge him as called for to reveal why he has got the exemption? What he applied for. Look, I think it would be in his best interest to openly speak about it, a brain situation, and maybe let everybody in a little bit what he went through to get to special exemption. I think it would help his cause. Do you think what message does it send out? He is a figurehead of the sport, isn't he? He's the world number one. He's a 9 time Australian open champion. Does he have a responsibility to lead from the front to be vaccinated and follow the rules? Whatever. He might think or prefer because we know a lot of the other players have done that. Look, he's certainly the number one player in the world. He said he's the leader of our school for the last couple of years. He's a role model. And it would help him to be a bit more open about this current situation. I mean, we were living in a world pandemic still. People are still dying from COVID. And we have to be, we have to be in as a role model. We have to be a bit more open about it. On the other hand, he doesn't break any law. It doesn't break any rules. He goes about it with his current situation. So it's a bit of a two edge sword where he saw his tennis career always in a bit of a different way than a Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal. In a way, he did for the party because the tennis court was divided between the federal and the Nadal fence. Now whether you like him or not, you got to respect his achievements. There's another player in the draw called Raphael Nadal and both are 21st major potentially. So I think this is causing this noise in my opinion. Do you think he gets a tougher ride than some of his rivals in terms of public perception? He is certainly would agree with that. Again, Novak is very outspoken. He was never asked about his vaccination center yet. He talked about the pros and the cons. I didn't hear roger talking about it, or at any Rafa talking about it. They keep it sort of under the radar a little bit. He's outspoken. He trains differently. He eats differently elicit life differently, but something must be pretty good for him. Otherwise, he wouldn't be at the 20 major winner. But having said that, he sees everything a little bit different. So we saw Jamie Murray, the British doubles player saying that he didn't think he would have got the exemption. There was a bit of smirking from his teammates alongside him when he made those comments. What kind of reception do you think Novak will receive in the locker room in Melbourne from his fellow players? I mean, from the crowd who are notoriously tough, aren't they there? Well, I mean, Jamie Murray is certainly entitled to his opinion. So is everybody else. But I think his reception from the crowd will be good, because ultimately, you know, tennis Australia loves sending the 9 time Australian open champion. It's one of the most popular players in the world. And the locker room, the difference would be nothing before, because he is, he's been beating most of these players. He is seeing in the locked room. So he's not the most popular guy for various reasons. How much attention do you think he pays to what is being said and the noise around him? Look, I don't think he can get away with it. You know, ultimately we all want to be loved and respected. He wants to get the love and respect roger and Rafa. He doesn't have that yet. Having said that, I think the crowd in New York, it is most difficult of playgrounds, changed in the final. I think it was overcome by emotion. All of a sudden, that's one of the reasons he lost. So who knows? I think everybody wants to see him play tennis. Everybody wants to see him compete. And some in the state, you actually
"jamie murray" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Inside the U.S. capitol. On the anniversary of January 6th. The police, the lawmakers, and the leaders fighting for accountability, an unprecedented gathering, untold stories, and what must happen next to defend democracy. Jake tapper and Anderson Cooper host live from the capitol, January 6th, one year later, Thursday on CNN. Across Africa, businesses are working together like never before. All new on CNN connecting Africa. Join me at Lenny's Jocko says we Chris cross the continent to show you how new connections between people places and projects are revolutionizing commas in Africa. All new connecting Africa Saturday on CNN in association with a fraction bank. I'm Zayn Asha and this is CNN. Novak is Novak, but there's no problem for Djokovic despite a vaccine mandate at the Australian open. He is still heading down under to play. Also on world sport, Romelu Lukaku is back, but is he forgiven? You're going to love how his manager described his controversial comments that got him in trouble. And Christian Eriksen wants to get back after his dramatic collapse at the Euros last summer, now he says he wants to play in the World Cup. Hello there and welcome to world sport. I'm Don riddell at CNN center. Novak Djokovic is preparing to defend his Australian open title later this month and potentially win a record breaking 21st Grand Slam singles title. But Tuesday's news that he'll be playing in Melbourne is somewhat controversial. The world number one, he's always been pretty vague about his vaccination status, says that he's been granted a medical exemption from the vaccine mandate. Players had previously been told that they would have to be fully vaccinated or receive a special exemption. And until now, it really wasn't clear if he'd be playing in Melbourne or not. Organizers of the tournament confirmed in a statement that Djokovic had applied for an exemption, quote which was granted following a rigorous review process involving two separate independent panels of medical experts. Djokovic shared the news via social media with an image of him standing with his bags packed in an airport and the line quote I'm heading down under with an exemption permission. Let's go 2022. As the tennis rider Ben Rothenberg told us earlier on Tuesday, this all raises more questions than answers. Beneath that Novak Djokovic has been granted a medical exemption that will allow him to play at the Australian open and months of speculations about whether or not he will play the tournament at all, but also raises all sorts of more questions about how he got this exemption and how news of this exemption will affect his already pretty low popularity among much of the public in Melbourne. Djokovic had been on the fence for whether he put his print for a long time and though medical exemption had been mentioned as a possible loophole for him to get in and be eligible if he were not vaccinated. He had never revealed its status either way before news of this. I don't think many people thought it was a real possibility given the sort of severe acute medical conditions that were listed as being required in order to get a medical exemption. Novak's exemption comes at a time when there have been pretty big buy in from the players on the ATP tour finally who largely been slow to get vaccinated, but many of them had no idea that it was going to be required for the Australian open and the latest ATP numbers, 95 of the top hundred had been vaccinated at this point. Djokovic obviously being one of those holdout 5. If Djokovic can get over the resentment that he gets in the stands and possibly from the locker room as well, he absolutely has a chance to win a record breaking 21st Grand Slam title involving his tenth Australian open title here in Melbourne. But it will take a considerable mental effort to block out the amount of speculation and negativity. He's likely to get. Ben Rosenberg described a situation there and while I'm sure the organizers will surely deny that Djokovic has received preferential treatment. The players don't necessarily see it that way. The American player tennis sangerin has made it to the quarterfinals in Melbourne twice in the last four years, but he is unvaccinated and is not going to be playing there this year, telling rothenburg that he assumed he wouldn't get an exemption. When asked on Instagram by fellow player Tommy Paul, if he would be playing sangren replied, not quite the same pull. And the Scottish player Jamie Murray, who's won 7 major tournaments in doubles, doubted that he would have been granted an exception if he'd asked. I don't know what to say about that, really. I mean, you know, I think if it was me that wasn't vaccinated, I wouldn't be getting an exemption. And well done, well done to him for getting clear to come to Australia and compete. Fueling the confusion and perhaps some of the resentment is the fact that we don't know what Djokovic is reason for the exemption was, nor the tournament's reason for granting it. But it must feel very strange if you actually are vaccinated and still can't play. That's the situation facing the Russian player, Natalya, a vehicle and saver, who's been jabbed with the Sputnik vaccine, the 24 year old rode on social media quote, unfortunately I will not participate in this year Australian open events. I'm really happy with the level of tennis I showed on the last few events and I wish to play, but Sputnik is
"jamie murray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Such as Robert Lewandowski, osmani dembele, rafinha, and others. 6th street is expected to make around a €1 billion over the 25 years. Venus Williams will make her singles come back at the city open in Washington beginning next week. The former world's number one has not played a singles match since August of 2021, losing the first round of the Chicago women's open, the 42 year old did play mixed doubles at Wimbledon though, advancing to the second round with partner Jamie Murray. The Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray green to a 5 year 230 and a half $1 million contract extension with a 160 million of it guaranteed. The average annual value of the deal at $46.1 million is second only Taryn Rodgers in the league. The contract runs through the 2028 season. The Philadelphia 76ers unveiling a plan for a $1.3 billion downtown arena to be privately funded and open in time for the 2031 2032 season. The sixers currently play at the Wells Fargo center in south Philly and have 9 more years remaining on their current lease. The team shares the arena with the Philadelphia flyers who have had conversations regarding possibly moving to the proposed arena as well. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Asian equity futures are higher this morning earlier U.S. stocks moved up, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft were all up in the range of one to one and a half percent, similar gains for the NASDAQ 100, the S&P 500 itself jumped 1% led by tech and consumer discretionary stocks. In late trading snap tumbled more than 25%, the company reported revenue that missed estimates. And other earnings misses from tech to banking are hurting some stocks in post market trading. A little bit of weakness in economic data rise in jobless claims and also continuing claims suggest the labor market is weakening. The Philadelphia area manufacturers outlook for business conditions slumped to the lowest level since 1979, and the conference boards index of leading indicators fell more than estimated. In Asia, South Korean June producer prices up 9.9% year on year and up 0.5% month on month. Here are some of the numbers hanging index futures are higher, 7 tenths of a percent. Australian futures up about two tenths of a percent. S&P E minis though are down down about four tenths of 1% China futures edging a little higher. The ECB raised its key interest rate 50 basis points. First increase in 11 years, the Euro rose on the decision, but then paired those gains against the dollar. At the moment, the Euro one O two 27, it had been up around one O two 80, and that is a check of markets. Headline news with Ed Baxter and San Francisco had all right, Brian, thank
"jamie murray" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Could be a ethics. I really really think and hope it will be because medvedev. I believe we'll bring yes. Australia He really didn't and i think like that. That quote gave when he lost at wimbledon is just is an an except isn't acceptable. I just i just don't think he'll let that happen again. Medvedev i think i think he could drag some joke of. It's just to some dark places to win but jovic is more prepared than anybody in history to go to the places. We are expecting it to be hot. I believe yeah. Apparently ten degrees hotter than we had today Which i don't think helps either. They both hate booth. They are fairly. Yeah yeah yeah. I don't think that necessarily as a particular bearing on the mattress because neither of them will enjoy it. but they'll grit their teeth through it. I think yeah i think. At least it shouldn't be sunny on the court. At that point. I think it will at least be in shade. Yes yes i'm from. Selfish fewest points of view. That is very important. Shadow is problematic and the players. Don't like it either. Ps but i'm just being extremely extremely so important about that issue. Other things happened at the billie. Jean king national tennyson today that are pretty momentous and probably deserve a lot more time than the mccain to end up giving them just because like the most momentous thing ever also happen to today. I covered the men's doubles final yesterday that we neglected to mention on the podcast. Apologies that we've been. We've been in a in a bit of a mania reggiani mania over over the post to ensure also say jostles jeep ram one. Their first you were safe and try to second grand slam title together. They won the australian open doubles title lost year. They beat jamie. Murray brunei suarez in the final really good actually Three-setter mazing to have british representation on both sides of the net ramen soulsby. They're just. They're really good doubles team. They've got they've got kind of the perfect vibe together as a team. Rajiv rounder. seems like the coolest guy in town playing front of his home. Fans meant loads to him but he took it all in such a relaxed way. In jason's we was feeding off the crowd energy of having an american partner therefore being an honorary american. Tough one for jamie. Murray brunei suarez. They they wanted it. But it's still a massive result for them to get in get into the final there. That reunion together had hadn't been a disaster too. But you know hadn't been just oh we're back together. We're gonna start winning grand slams against a massive result delightful scenes with little nervous warez on the court. We like nervous juarez. He is a cutie and he didn't. It didn't seem to know whether it started. Won or lost just delighted to be there to hold a plate had had very different feelings to go even vich about plates. So yeah that was bree. Yesterday today he won the mixed doubles final. He's done the doubles double. And that hasn't been done since. Bob bryan did it in twenty ten. Which again isn't as great to start as it should be is it. Nobody is the first brit in in the open air. Anyway for Yeah he won with ray craft chick and they beats must selo aruvakalu rivaldo from el salvador and juliana olmos for mexico. I i'm sure there's a there's a really good story around marcella era. I i didn't know of any other tennis players from el salvador mixed herbals finalists relived. Coming coming coming your way to sleep. We had some very significant wheelchair results today. Yes gordon read now for here. It became the first man to win. All four we'll chair slam doubles titles in the same year. They've completed the calendar slam. Sorry novak calendar slams been done done old news. Get a new story. They beat cassava fernandez and shingo nita to need six to six one eighth successive slam title together. Then honors extraordinary Here it goes for the singles title tomorrow when he plays kaneda repeat of last year's final and there's also to data and said that on amazon prime video moment. Yep the the noises in my ear. When i did it Her and all cops not only for the calendar slam. They're going for the golden slam. I think of it in the shape dig never been done in wheelchair tennis and about forty years of wheelchair tennis and that is largely because of scheduling and the fact that these tournaments haven't always existed esta gear for example who we did a show on towards the start of the year you know one of the most dominant athletes of all time. She never had the chance to play wimbledon singles because the event was any added in two thousand sixteen after she retired and the quad division. Which is what did an. Okay competes in that was only added to read on garrison wimbledon very recently in one thousand nine hundred eighteen. But the hoot. Hot guy with it She's won the last four slams in a row. She's going for her fourth straight us open title and she faces. Eureka megyn the final and did an okay. This is not the first time. He's come to new york aiming for history And two thousand nineteen. He was going for the calendar slam. He lost to andy lapthorne in the final and he's he faces neal's vink in the final tomorrow as he attempts to complete that slice of history so great great stories and matches in the wheelchair. Tennis and also tomorrow is the women's doubles final. With coco golf and katie. Mcnally cocoa playing sam stover and sanctuary. Do i love both i alliterate. That loved the stories on both sides of the net. They've got some states that persuaded juncture not to retire that all the loveliness that ensued there and they won the australian open title. Didn't they was that last year time. Twenty nine name is was attacks but they were lovely scenes and makoko were. There will the feels on their grades and they'll have the crowd with them and that's going to be really i think so. Yeah that's all tomorrow. We're on air at five forty five pm with the women's doubles final. And then we've got jovic against medvedev from nine david. Ob hopefully golfing dating. We wish you well david on goodness me. It's been nearly ten years this podcast and we've never had anything like this..
"jamie murray" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Say for me. That was what was so amazing about her. Reaching the semifinals was that she was able able. She discovered something. I think that we've not seen as fans in in the regular season and that for me has been very very impressive for coca-cola's outcries outfit. He is the has had the big moment of the teenagers. That match against the surpass was was. I remember watching it and just being spell bounded by the level of tennis guy gone. I think that was the big teenager. Bourbon but sat in the. I think new finance finances had the the Have had the streak. I think more to to go with it. And let's just quickly touch upon the doubles joe because You know talking about rod. You reaching the semifinals. But we've got. She got mu brits. In the semi's aver the men's on the mixed up because well jaime murray's into doubles with with bruno suarez. They beat granados bios in three sets very very impressive Six seven six six four and they joint j. sues spray on raji ram who came through in a loss at tie-break. It's very dramatic. They came through against the alsi. Pairing of pestle and epton. What was it was three tie-break so it was really really placed like incredibly case. And they were on a twelve ten in offense at tie-break say it was three hours long. It was very very drastic Taper is in the men's doubles. We couldn't oskar mold not could weigh heavily. We can make it at all british fino. Or barring that partners who are onery brits of course but joey is also into the semis of the mixed doubles. As well with groesbeck he He won very guarantee with and they Yeah beats shoes and gail a match tiebreak to come through Into the semi so we could very well have been more than one title for for participation. Is this year could have two souls gray lane. I mean that was a very big victory. In particular for jamie. Murray and bruno suarez because granola is a bio for the second seeds. I was watching a little bit of it and they were. I think they were. They were three one down early in that i sat and also thinking. Are they gonna lose this. In a regulation into sets. And i went to bed or i next and to see by in salisbury. Peaking and getting to the semi's was very. Yeah very very good. And who knows the I'm so glad they're on opposite sides of the draw because it does mean that potentially we could see a final faceoff between j. barrier jason's be because another log study questioned on the portuguese who is the better doubles player is it j. bari. Or is it. Joe souls brea and i didn't feel that we've had a lot of my chops between either of those players Very recently said to have it in a potentially in a grand slam final Would be really really thrilling. But obviously there's a long white guy this to semifinals to come say. Well we'll just have to wait and see but yet. Best of luck to two marine salisbury. In era quest to get to the doubles final absolutely he. Would you support your jamie versus j. finals funding ahead of them. Also i know what i still would go with a still. Go with joe salisbury. I think ab murray ola jason's brie and ram. I'd love joe sills. I think maybe jason's jason's reoccupied show in the mixed up holes. They seem to be really good. Pairing him and critic so i think he could be on for the double pasini but yeah long way to go. I would love to see that. Yeah i think it's a. It's all about jerry from april. Say jamie is going to win a slam. But let's have a quick look tonight. We've got push. Gilbert zachary followed by joe kovic bertini. I'm getting for fish coverage or kovic victories their joe at d. to defer to oh i'm gonna agree with you on piroska jovovich bertini i. I know that they've bertini is probably sick of the sight of jakovich at grand slams. It will be obvious question. How much is what has bertini. Learn about novak djokovic fromm wimbledon final as well as their french open quarterfinal Will be the. I think the key probably the key is a discussion for us at another. Rabbi round put you you. Just call on you djokovic. His return game is just so good. That even with the service as massive as bertini's you think jovovich would be able to get the job done. Having said that he had showed that he does have lapses in concentration and has slow start. So i'm certainly. I'm going to be interested to see how how jackovitch starts. Because if he does have one of those slow starts than. I don't think i don't think it's going to be an easy easy night for him. It could be a long three three and a half four hour battle. I think he. I mixed still expecting to come through. But if he wins up i sat and he does any you know he takes the bertini saft to the cleaners able to start returning. You know very very well. I think bertini would get down holiday quite quickly and you could you know light. The wimbledon final. I think lose you know in in straight-sets for example. I think it already hangs on that. First twenty twenty five minutes in terms of what what novak djokovic. We see on the tennis court. Yeah i think. I think it could be four sets but i'd be very surprised chokwe rituals to lease and on that note. We'll be back in two days time on friday. I think of potentially saturday morning to round up over the semi final action. Say we hate. You can join us then yes list is. I hope you have enjoyed listening to this. Latest round by round. Catch up with the passing shot. Remember if you want to stay up to date on all the action to come at the sapient and make sure to subscribe to us on your passing platform of choice. We are on apple podcasts. Spotify overcast costs box stitcher new good pu cussing platforms out there and you can also listen to us on the download. Tennis dot com app..
"jamie murray" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"First round kaya connected to perennial danger woman in grand slams and then asaka curb spit selena. All of those in three sets she. She's got she's beating the top layers down the stretch to these matches. She's she's lasting in the core. She's got the fight in her. Yeah and i hesitated yesterday about whether to her in the mix. And all i can say is after today. I'm sort of no longer surprised by anything that these eighteen year old nineteen year old can do this. This tournament seems to be rewriting. The rules really of of what is possible and finances leading leading that charge. I mean i've seen enough she. She absolutely can win this based on her level tennis mason. When you think she's maybe the least heralded of the canadian tennis players that are coming along just thinking the same who's poking his head out and saying. Oh lila's really good down everyone but i mean i i think failing seem spoken very well of her as well and that's really nice to have seen chiappa. The has gone back into his shirley. Beaten hanley by lloyd harrison and rescues. The one we always talk about but yeah she's not going to be put in the corner she's just not. Yeah no. I completely agree. I think when. I've thought about this golden generation for want of a better term of Of canadian players undress number one felix and then chiappa valve pretty neck and neck and honestly. Leyla fernandez i've always included. But i've never really known whether she would hit the same heights as the others And for her to be doing this what she's doing this week has has really taken me by surprise but just with every match. She's more and more brilliant and convincing so financed through and she now faces the winner of this sabah. Lincoln critique of match which now looks looks like saba anchor is going to get over the finish line. It's going to be tasty actually. Critique there's one a couple of games in a row but overall that's been flat match probably the first flat match as in the we've seen i think partly because of who's in it at the crowd don't necessarily know how to relate to savile anne-karin critique just yet Partly because. I think i think they do come into these arenas in the night session. They take a bit of warming up the they wanna get a couple of hundred uses down and the the not quite into it yet. And there's been a lot of excitement already. I think it's just. It's a bit of a slow build in that way. But it'll be it'll be fascinating. The fact that critic raise the only grandson champion left in that women's draw just makes it all the more fascinating really just on the the doubles this fantastic. Men's doubles match today. Would reggie ram and joe souls per beating matt hampton. Dan max pacelle seven six hundred twelve ten. There was loads going on in it quite a bit of agro as well which is absolutely fantastic. Nice bonus lots of bodyline shop making going on and something similar was happening. With jamie murray and bruno suarez and that doubles matches well today. It's it's been a really busy day sat stage of the tournament now where everything's happening fact. That's one set all matches as we talk. So where does that leave us for tomorrow. That's how i look at the order of play that we start with on wednesday with a five o'clock uk time match twelve o'clock es between morada. Connor and belinda bench. Which is the first match. Only authorized stadium court. I still can't quite believe him saying that britain has an eighteen year. Old grand slam quarterfinalist. An sunday murray and we weren't talking about a three months ago. I mean i can't remember who it was that she was doing doing right levels three months ago and trying to get a wildcard into wimbledon. Well she wasn't anita regional while a list for wimbledon was. She had to win a match. I think before wimbledon to get a wildcard. Your assignment briggs. Who said it. How can i possibly forget. Of course it was yeah. No it's it's it feels like a really big moment actually Forty five minutes of build up on prime tomorrow beforehand Built in an extra fifteen minutes. They're really going for it. Which is which is going to be great And i think the a lot of the excitement comes from the fact that she could do it. You know she could win you know. There's there's nothing to suggest she calmed. That's that's how. I would define that match because we just don't know the not trademark ability to just stop putting runs of games i. I did not understand how that all took off yesterday. Because i was I was back at work and watch the first four games the match and it was two games all and sent downstairs to to do a little tv report by the tunnel. Got down there. She won the. I had six two but only got into that evita. Then then the next thing you know. She's about four up in the second set. I really didn't know how that turns so dramatically in her favor. Rogers lost our way. But even so and that there's a ruthlessness abaza for somebody who so nice and lovely. She is absolutely ruthless quality for a tennis player. Yeah i think the gulf podcast with listen to what would call a killer on the court. He she sees an opportunity. She grabs it and runs away with it. She's done In basically all of her matches this tournament and if she gets the chance tomorrow. I'm i'm sure she'll do it. Banks as well but bank shakes is another step up. You know we keep talking about these steps up. And she keeps passing them. You know these tests bank shakes playing very very well. Hasn't dropped a set. Either is on such a good run of confidence coming off the back of their then pick gold medal. Surely even if kind of wins it it surely can't be as a blitz once again that she sort of makes you think anything could be possible. What's your feeling.
"jamie murray" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Night. Jackson played blistering tennis for set. Just couldn't couldn't keep it up and and having to retire in the fourth set of that match I still think will win. But yes i think i think. In cynic and challenging the shore then it is roaches against 'em rosie. Carney who met is the favourite through that much. Gosh few compiler. I would say rather kanu. I think i would too. I'm interested in what time this uso The actual favor is radical new. Just wow wild times. yeah i mean. I tried to reach the core. Punk is the night session on. Ashmore is jovic against brooks b. I daily brooksville win. But i think it'll be fun. Yes and then the second match again don't agree with this schilling saccharine against undress key. Yeah just somehow find a way to stay up for that. Armstrong stadium starts overseeing our early with bench against film tech then riley poker against loyd harris. Ps harris did beat finish up valve last night. In in straight-sets. That happens ni- ones that surprised. No i mean it feels like on remarkable resume really i mean credit to harris. He's really rising. An dominant team is doing. Some work for tennis. Channel isn't a this tournament. And i saw a clip of him saying he he really thinks harris will break into the top thirty. If not top twenty within a year he really writes harris and he's such a good athlete and he's younger than i had realized he's got more development ahead and yeah he's beaten chap about kind of the classic straightforward tennis match. Scoreline six four six four six four. Just no fuss sort of imposing yourself as the better player gave us very good. He faces a poker tomorrow and oscar. Autre against mature. Burr teeny is the lost much on armstrong. His the the o. G. new as rats erect. Yep and then in terms of other singles there is one women's singles on grandstand lost up carolina pushpa against anaesthesia. Pavlou check with some really interesting doubles matches on grandstands. Maury rajiv ramp souls bree in third-round action therefore stone pier. Ben nikola is lost of a grand slam. His nick lama. You confirmed well. There were rumors on this is law season matt. Looks like i've bereft no come on shortly. They're gonna go onto paris in three years time to try and get that gold medal yet. The rainy ream is. I regret saying anything matt. Looks utterly crestfallen. No they've many. They've many miles to go but but nonetheless let's just appreciate them all to their their second. Grunstein gut's samora and coca gov in katie mcnally erin round three doubles ocean tomorrow on the grunstein cool shade mertens. They're playing record number. Seventeen o against the power couple greet men and alison van witbank. Yes good good stuff everywhere. The over assist is applying any. This is good stuff jamie. Murray bruno suarez acoustic former champions. The band is back together their first up number five leyla fernandez. Ps is still in the women's doubles. She's playing with aaron route cliff of new zealand and they play monica niculescu and elena. Gabriella reuss of romania. Tomorrow that much is second. Encore number five so yeah very interesting one I think that is it for your day seven. Us open twenty. Twenty one tennis podcast. This grand slam is bone says. Yeah but in the most brilliant way just dazzling way it is and somehow confident that it's gonna continue like this because for some inexplicable reason does away seem to be contagious. Doesn't it good. Tennis is contagious at grand slams. Yeah but that rarely at a tournament at a whole tournament. I mean i mean certainly the one that sticks out for me is the two thousand seventeen australian open but often you get days where something changes in the air and upsets breed upset so great matches breed great matches. But just the way it's carrying on from day today. Is i think the crowd have clocked on how much they're being big up. How much they're part is being picked up and i think new york crowd. They liked that. And they're rising to it that we're the twelve months we have actual power. Yeah yeah and. I tweeted earlier that you know the match. The tournament is the next match. You watch and it's like such a good feeling to have. I'm just so confident that everybody is going to be great. Yeah same yeah. Goodness already can't wait for tomorrow. Need some sleep before then. So let's let's wrap this thing up. We've obviously got our mascots. We've zeus thank you. Alina sicily on ziza's behalf i. She'd been all along. Really matt scott skeletal muscle. David has got rogue and david had leyla fernandez today. So rogue your welcome. Hey arrested david is is is a good david predictions. Making unbelievable is very annoying. I get well soon. David we back on the scene. We have chris. albert lee who's executive producer untold blake. We have very handsome francis as tournament. Moscow hello francis Billie jean has been jean king as her mascot. She looks moved by that fact from her. Teepee tennis really is for billie jean. She's she's trying to paces off but it's very hard she's going out during the day. Yeah so hundred percent at lunchtime hundred percent of the time. she's here ten this is is. Life is life billie. Jean matt shouts for we have jeff gummed room. Oh hello jeff. Jeff with j. Jeff with a j. I was going to go jeff. Goldblum is done with the j. Yes it is great jeff. Yes absolutely as are you. Jeff thank you very much for your support. We have laura meyers. Hello laura same name. Is laura robson another british female that reached the round of sixteen at the us open as a teenager as a teenager. Thank you laura and we have clear. Woolcock headaches will cook. I feel like we might have.
"jamie murray" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"It was like wimbledon. You they just yeah. They were the sweethearts thieves the woodies everyone knew them. Everyone light them. They were like the the partnership the everyone enjoyed watching. And so they absolutely dominated wimbledon fit for years. Yeah because all. I wasn't I started watching tennis. Probably around that year of the match patriots. Or i think two thousand. Yeah i didn't know many of the people that used to pay doubles. And but i knew the would they say famous and in a bit like the bryan brothers became in in the next generation. Want an awful lo and your like how you call them that the anton deck tennis world. Well the more common wise comparison i mean. Yeah like thought partnership fantastic. I think i will say love. How you for the invitation doubles in. Which isn't even we one of the kind of really competitive events but the fact that you put one of those the barahmi matches in there. I the thing when you think if wimbledon and i think you've got to remember that as well it's not. It's not going to be this. Elitist burke of justice top-class is got to feed chair that the personalities and the play is that make wimbledon. what is a special occasion. That it is in veronica's just fantastic. Was he your choice. Then came of the. When i saw that he was in. Because then i think you had much from like two thousand fifteen where he was playing with on record and say law as well And against elting hawk hall. Who's i can never say his name hall. Who's our house anyway. And mean i've seen barahmi play it like the The royal alcohol when he's done the the seniors tour on he is such a law and it is sort of like a patent by me. We don't really care. What the score is you just. You're that his then exactly on. I mean he has his own story as well. You know the fact that he we from a rod and they banned. Tennessee wasn't able to play any any sort of joining the atp. Like at a later age and you know he could have done a lot more. I suppose in tennis but what he's been able today with his talent is fantastic and yeah. I was really pleased that included one of his matches. And i think when you look back here i mean. I spent ages that looking back over videos of his. He's playing his game. Did you think he must be so talented to play such clever shots that look so comical you know and you just think this disbands talent if it had been harnessed dana straightforward straight down. The line way way could have taken him yet. It's lost opportunity. Unfortunately but it's again it's it's interesting with this cross between the mix of politics in sport and holidays like geographical factors also come into play and a. Yeah i mean that's a whole other book is is brilliant for women that he is there and he is entertainment and he is very much part of the whole experience isn't he whenever he steps out cool definitely. He's one of those players. I think the is. He's known for his kind of trick. Shots as you said. It's very much like his. His talent is has manifested in not weighing. Sort of interesting to cool if he's about a festival differ where we would have ended up but i think it was kinda perfect about doubles is the because of the you know opens up the tramlines. It does enable to have these unique angola in the shots. Be able to play out. And then you've got the idea of the year the chemistry between the two players as well and not always kind of bring out. I think the the crowd interaction and Yeah i'm one of my kind of picks was your jamie. Murray and elena yankovitch thus his uranus bjorkman and Montlake of australia and for me. This was a match. I actually reminded me of reading about it. I actually physical j. Mari was the first murray brother to win. At wimbledon yes a was a semi this much very had significance in the sense. The really kind of kicked off started really the mixed doubles you've boom. I think we've we've british tennis players you know. We still kneel skop ski the other day when in final. That had joe salisbury. harriet da. And i think for me. This really kind of kick started this kind of new boom this spirit for tennyson particularly mixed doubles but again this is fascinating to read about the fact that these had literally never played before you langley. Yankovitch didn't even know. I think andy murray habra was just. It's just a bit. it was just a bit bad. They've got to get to the five they did. I know that chemistry like you said you know the press build out with a with the how it was a. It was a whole occasion. Wasn't it every time they play that Yeah and as you say bizarre that they've never played together and yet did so. Well i don't know if they played off to the i i feel like did they defend their to. I'm not sure But they are take happen sometimes. She just scratched pairing. Wanna go ahead and that is you know. Yeah like just done and dusted. But i mean spectacular day jamie went on wanted with hingis many years later but when she came back into double scam but yeah i thought that was. I remember watching that at the time and they would just say you're having a having a laugh taking it too seriously and you know they won six one in bed set said. The oversee proved a winning formula combination. Will ever they had absolutely absolutely. And i suppose we've got matches a memorable for pop's becoming iconic in their own right-foot foot for setting records or making history. I know we briefly mentioned this earlier but if this is i think definitely another one that you you couldn't miss out because there is there is a blue plaque for this for this match isn't there. And that is the the is nra who one of your levin absolutely and it was. it was I was speaking to bbc. Cameron at the time knows doing research into this because obviously everyone had known that if you know the story behind it the epoch ness of a over and even if you did watch it from the beginning you you switched on the tallying still going on and it just it built momentum. Didn't it as it went on as it quite rightly So yeah it was funny. Because i was the cameraman he was saying. Normally on the bbc's of press building the ivy league that that caught you get one or two peoples to standing at the window and then gradually he says the guy went on it was of gang till three dates three or four days. And then you couldn't guess space window because no one wants to leave in case it finish. Nobody wanted the you know. Miss a single show Because i knew that it was just something amazing happening. You knows an absolutely epic match. I actually think it's a bit of a ball might match..
"jamie murray" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So the sports says that more great athletes are a product of diverse activities and diverse training methods but in the popular imagination. Dave we gravitate towards this myth of early specialization. We're seduced by the so-called ten thousand hour rule that if you want to be good at something you gotta start really early. You gotta learn everything. There is to learn as quickly as possible and you worked as long and as hard as you can't at that thing but if that's all wrong what does science say about why exactly. It's so wrong. Yes start with with what is said about golf. Golf is in many ways uniquely horrible model of almost everything else that humans wanna learn including most of the other sports golf is the epitome of what psychologists named robin hogarth called a kind learning environment that means like the next steps and goals are totally clear. The rules are clear. Never change patterns. Repeat not a lot of human behavior involved Environment doesn't really change much. That is that is golf on the other spectrum would a hogarth called wicked learning environments where this dynamic situation moving pieces in real time. Human behavior involve the situations. Don't always look the same speed isn't always the same feedback could be delayed. You'll work next. Year may not look like work last year. It looks like there's both a a skill building advantage to having been exposed to a wide variety of these kinds of decision making scenarios but there's also a significant and growing body of evidence that shows. There's a massive durability advantage to this and it's not just about spending less time in sports overall some protective effect of diversifying. What you're doing so the protective physical effect i. i'm. I'm fascinated by that because it speaks to a larger medical concern. This almost epidemic of kids getting hurt. Because they're trying to specialize and overworked and basically over stress. What do the negative consequences of that early specialization. Look like yeah. There was a. There's an interesting four year. Study that tracked youth athletes and found a big increase in so-called like adult style. Overuse injuries so that means things ligament tears fractures and vertebrae things that that will not only probably curtail an athletic career but but may be with someone for the rest of their life. And there's this huge growth in those sorts of injuries among youth athletes and the strongest predictor. Of who would suffer. Those injuries were athletes. Who are playing only one sport at least nine months a year so there are athletes some athletes who are playing sport nine months but they were playing other sports. Too and again. There was this protective effect in like major league. Baseball for example at the top level pitchers pitch less than they ever did and yet a third of them need. Tommy john surgery. And i think the emerging evidence suggests that that set up by these micro tears when they're younger because they're throwing too much when they're younger. Basically when you describe this sort of growing army of little kids who are trying to go pro. basically when they're almost toddlers when they're that small it does remind me of like being in new york and walking around and seeing like all these little kids on what seems to be very sophisticated. Training regimens all boast. Yeah yeah oh yeah oh you living in brooklyn. There was a like a playground near us where you seven travel soccer team. Do you think there's a human being in the world that thinks six-year-olds can't find good enough competition city of nine million people that they have to travel. I don't think so. I think the problem is that. Were often fooled in our intuition. Because if as a coach your incentives all to win the eight year olds championships. Then you should specialize those kids and teach them plays and all that kind of stuff. The problem is that short and long-term development are in conflict. I mean this is like to me. Probably the main underlying theme ranges. That sometimes the things that you do that caused the most rapid short-term apparent progress actually undermine your long term development what are some examples of parents or coaches. Who have programs. That are doing a right. This is a really difficult thing because parents can't exist outside the system so you can't give them the advice of just go rogue and do all the stuff sportsline says so. I think you have to try to find these sort of happy mediums. And i think someone who i think has been genius about developing one of those is judy. Murray who is andy. And jaime murray's mother that's andy jamie murray and he brothers who are british tennis stars and their mom told you about her approach. She has this camp and they're playing tennis but they'll be playing say with like a deflated ball through tree branches or something like that with an unusual and so what they are doing looks tennis like enough for the kids and for their parents but really they're diversifying their decision making their diversifying. The types of physical activities are doing all the time. I think this is one of the trick foot by the way you know like. You've been around brazil. You see the kids aren't they're not playing full-size soccer pitches. Most of the time. They're playing on. The small balls stays on the ground on sand one day and cobblestones the next day food saul street soccer in brazil basically. They're playing something. That is soccer. Like but they're really diversifying and movement patterns their decision making and that's what i think it's really a proxy for is diversifying the muscles and.
"jamie murray" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Own you sitting. Defensive posture listen right now. Everybody is associated with knows. There's a conflict between the two but nobody had the gumption to say. Listen johnny's gothics issue right so each dancer had the gumption. Maybe he was. Maybe it already did a more before. He had a wet odd promise. You never in my life squash the peace. Exactly it's not like hers. Rumors that amanpour and things like this. But i never directly see so why he did it. I was like this. He didn't like bill c- he can boogie hanging here. I just seen you try to get the other one. You love one right there over that crab. Profession gagging right where he wanted his dad right of you know. You're you're a real shifting. Greg date with one hand. He goes back when he get ready to go. Let's give was crazy about. This man is old you. I do not take away from what he's doing. The streets so good first of all right decrease birdies. You can tell he's vetted this shit so before you get all about kids relaxing. Our he wanted to vote these. You've probably been doing department. Don't cope for like years. And they really fucked up on her. Probably can't smell she was. That's why maybe bathroom like minutes. Listen this will happen. He was getting together the whole time he was talking to you. I nogi in this. I wish i wish i had the time. i'm back. watch that scenario. I can't beat my my younger self. Love look hold on. Look you see you sit out. He taught me though. Because i'm jamie murray made sure bass. Though first of all they end up the recall the follow through there was some guy saying look war. He got away with but it's a little bit date first of all first of all i got through here the darker and everybody at tape right. His melodies rich disguise melanin was rich right so you white of white hair be silver. It looks for me and crate looks. Great 'cause i'm like that's one contract gray hair. Dark skin..
"jamie murray" Discussed on Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry
"Remember eleventh and twelfth grade. I would eat lunch at the table with the boys. And then when i was done on hang out with the girls it was nice jenny. Rebecca and jamie murray and who else and we would all hang out there And that's just kinda like the flow of things. I think there's another girl remember. Carrie that's talked to girls always. Yeah it was. That was the first experience. I ever had talking to girls but Yeah no it was. It was nice to like have that at least being able to branch off like different tables and different groups. We weren't very very secluded group and like whenever we do as big football games. Multiple people will come in. It was just like a big big little event. Free for all of deal. I would like to say that wasn't me putting you for like avenue. Your conversation with girls those leasing. I never talked to girls in high school basically. Well everyone i guess that does it for this weird shitty little out of place episode of casuals the more conversational cut. I guess whatever. Take what you did lord building in this episode. There we go. Yeah we're we're developing characters. i guess anyway. Thank you guys. All everybody ladies gentlemen and everyone in between thank you so much for listening. It means a lot If you like the show please share it with a friend or a parent or your clergy. Even just a little share. That goes a long way and we. We love spreading the love. So thank you so much for that You can find us on spotify for listening on spotify. It's casuals outsider. Look at video game industry where on instagram followers on instagram casuals underscore cast We are going to have art ready for this episode. Obviously you see it. We have official art My coworker james. Luther teen did the art for us. It's fucking awesome. And i love him to death precious. Follow him on instagram. It's fresh look at fly You can follow him on instagram at lucky tattoos. His work is fantastic. Please give him a lot of money. We're planning a couple of things for the future so a lot of exciting stuff to get excited for. We also have a new. I have new episode of..
"jamie murray" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"He began work on june verse likewise said so he is officially the second one to be come yep he is the second and his first project he actually worked on a lot of silly symphony cartoons. Many of which. I am quite fond of and his. I was one college. Funny little bunnies and it's an easter cartoon. It's very nice. I very much enjoy it. And it is. The first of many that he worked on he worked on the wise little hen the goddess of spring and many others and of course he worked on snow white and the seven dwarfs he was actually the one who animated the slave and the magic as it is called. You know that face in the magic mirror. When the evil queen goes and asks me are mirror on the wall who's the fairest of them all. He was the one who animated that face that we see he. Also animated monster the whale from pinocchio. He is responsible for the dinosaur seen in fantasia. Any animated many of timothy q mouse in dumbo. Many of the scenes that timothy is in however he also took a break from disney studios when world war two broke out. He left the studios and served in the air force until he was discharged in february of nineteen forty six. He had the rank of major at is discharge and he earned the distinguished flying cross after serving in africa china india and the south pacific and when he came home he met and married jamie murray mcmillan and they had three sons and though sons are famous for contributing voice lines in many disney films including moakley from the jungle book christopher robin in winnie the pooh and arthur or ward from the sword in the stone speaking of the sword in the stone after returning to the disney studios in the late nineteen fifties. He was promoted from being just an animator to be engaged sequence director and then again to becoming a sole director the first sole director in disney studios with his work the sword in the stone. He was the one to direct gut and he was the only one to direct that and he was the first time. A single man had directed a feature length. Film in the stance. Yes he's also animated the headless horseman scene. From the legend of sleepy hollow. He animated he directed and animated the dragon fight in sleeping beauty and the twilight from one hundred and one down nations. He's also directed a lot of scenes from allison wonderland. He directed the scene. Where shock and gusts are stealing the beads in cinderella. There are a lot of things that he has directed and animated. Peter pan directed an animated captain hook he directed and animated the alley dogs and the trump and the rat scene in lady in the trump and there are many other things that he was the producer of such as theorist two cats robin hood winnie the pooh and tigger too. A short and many others and the last well-known movie that he was set to direct was the fox and the hound but due to way creative dispute with his co-director stevens he was taken off of the project and went to direct some others. however none of the other projects came into fruition and he retired in nineteen eighty one.
"jamie murray" Discussed on Yeah, We Said It
"Like about the wrestling. Titles i wouldn't give her big athletes. He won twice. You see us two titles okay. But who's really going to hunt anymore. The girls are arm and then going to beijing after feel like the girls are going to beijing and we ha- via tulsa beijing. I'm gonna give you this one because you know. Yes but like yeah. I'm like i don't know even like the puska looks like i want you to show me that you could do like you know i want want to show me contain relating to be a girl. He's like really good for her own. Patio can't make it far and a major initiative ghaffar measures that she's thought winning rome titled wildlife. That's probably why puska for his loss right now. 'cause sheeting she play brisbane. You know she loved. Go on a brisbane. Cbs's late here she. She's so long she don't know what to do this. So maybe maybe you didn't get the plate of nachos like afar in austria. Maybe not maybe not. Let's but it's look. I'm really excited to see see. I'm really excited to you know discuss what's going on in australia and be like. Oh my gosh. She lost her and like i don't know mexico may only feelings and thing coco three-man venus. Obviously gotta be explaining so i. I'm rooting for you. Know even slung smoker achard. Soon i'm blog me says you're listening. I didn't do not. I would like for sloan so long. Look like shit here too. But i would be we for. Somebody's gonna get twenty. Fourth also went for independence. Think they are. What i wouldn't mind point doubles. I would like them to go to some tournaments specifically only play doubles. Don't even into the singles draw. Go to some other. Vance am just play doubles. That's what that's going to happen. I know they won't the only time that i've ever seen them play. A tour title is like that. You're they played madrid or something like two thousand ten. Yeah they play majority two thousand ten. You're right yeah they they play madrid but like that's what i would like to see from him because the doubles clearly does help but at the same feel like it's too much for their body to play singles and doubles at a major now. But you wanna know why. I don't think it will be this year because of all. This time off is really helped like niggling injuries. That were like you know all the all right good can also think about twenty eighteen. French open win. Serena came in there with no matches in. No injuries got injured because she can play especially shame play tennis. Now that i parliament he played was different but now but that was like the first pregnancy but she didn't play any kind of the year before he like. It had been a long time of tournaments. Right different he he has played. There's some there's some some some some nice you know movement and shellacking on the body. So i felt like i like i like they do play bubbles in benefits arena. And when they done is better for being this alike Whatever happens. I i really do not care but like i just like to watch them play doubtful. It should be jinxi. But you're not gonna win. This should be venus's year to make ryan you know how she has she have a one or two off years where should lose early in. Its year where she met so this will be. Oh you should be it should be. I also posted a. I posted a comment. On one of patrick's post after serena was practicing wins. His face Yes and ask you know. Is this fragile reparation on. Because i need. I need her to win. A french open mixed title so i would like her to do with a fringe player so the crowd can give you either. Live like yes. I would specifically nicholas who. I would like that. So i would to get that going. Patrick i know you saw like why do the i. It's not like let me she by mix with who i had the answer. The question is with whom because there's been no option since i wish. Therapy or nuts. The dial plate me maybe maybe with madala at the french could be awesome never would never play doubles in At a mazer year doubles player. It has to be a doubles player in order for it to happen at a major. It has a double flu in australia. I don't even know players are more. It's a shame anyway. jamie murray. Who jamie murray no. because she added up for There we have to come can title this year. I would love for those two to play together again. That was fun radio for a good contro. Okay that's also not happening anymore. Because andy is playing singles out so we gotta give that a big ambulance. Elliot's not and is not playing mix already said he's not playing doubles anymore. He's specifically focused on singles reason. He played doubles because he wasn't playing singles was starting to get outta major. He's not playing doubles to visit kenny. Mandel he's already tells you you say he'd literally will where get the women's i'm totally. Okay with the suarez A just nicolas mahut for both of them. He can win. Australian open title. I wanna know why. I thought nicolas mahut was retiring like what happened today. Was you're absolutely lied and said that he was retiring and then didn't retire is what happened. He continued playing and look. I love me in the first round. Checketts who my well. He's also the thing is like he's losing early and singles but he he and his partner in doubles are still very much in contention at every term they play so is live. Why retire you know right where you get your free like. We'll just traveled to retire. I wouldn't even brexit in collect martha thousand dollars in this. You know it's almost six figures to lose in the first round so like what exactly like yeah like like i say when you're winning at tidal title especially at a major like delicate gets you in the hall of fame career. He couldn't be there they he's he's absolutely going to be there because not only does he have several doubles grand slams but he also had the longest matching the history of the sport. So he's law-abiding in the hall of fame but he has a bunch of double major like double the eighth grade that was like you know one major single will get you even though it should go. They want to get in on that one. No incidents going getting into the hall of fame. Disarm how old.
"jamie murray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The city of Cincinnati. No driver's license. Somebody didn't do a good investigation on that guy. And he's only 36 years old lives in college Hill with more than 30 traffic charges and violations. How is that possible? I don't know, Willie. How does a guy go out and get his eighth or ninth or 10th or 11th dy and still out there don't know. So somebody's not not doing their job. How about the back investigating these people and say how much covert transmission is there and the cab of a salt truck? By yourself. I'm not not. I don't think too much. No, no, but they can't work in the city because one third and quarantine for fear of catching covered 19. Well, a Moroccan. Isn't that the truth? That's for sure that Jeff Landesman is he under indictment, by the way, who's not been charged yet? So far, the only guy down there are bad men charges the mayor, I guess. Who's next? Can't say Oh, Right now there's four members of Council serving who have not yet received in their life. One vote to be on Council for new members of council goes arrest him are doing hard time or getting ready to do hard time Daddy and P G. Sittenfeld is leading the group. Jeff Pastor, Of course, uh, tomorrow Denard at all, Amy. Merry cars. Not just about transportation. Jamie Murray got out of a good time. She might be coming back. Really? She left council when she should have Then he went to the Defense Department. Rice is out of that too now. Oh, she is. She may run for mayor Or who isn't running. Why don't you and I run for mayor on from here? Why don't you and I run for Marissa Tag team. Let's go in. Yeah, Why not? Run? Let's go, go! G Sittenfeld Gonna do hard to go around the city time? Well, you and I'll go around the city said he has like a couple of 1000 people. Why not? Can't find somebody to drive a salt truck. Doesn't have 30 traffic violations at the age of 34. That's hard to get some benefit. So both for Bill Sick, Dennison, There you go. How many traffic violations have you gathered on your 1st? 60 years? I don't think any or maybe one. I think I have one. This guy 36 years old has it least 30 and he's trying to kill two cops and a salt truck. Then he apps counts the scene and the city of Cincinnati Salt truck spreading salt on top of the Officers behind him locked up. You can't have a trial in him unaccounted for. God knows how long I.
Interview with Dave Collins
"Hi Dave. Welcome to function tennis podcast. I'll Fabio holiday I'm doing great thanks aircraft heavy on and with doubles being such a key part of the game at side the pro world in the pro world just great avid doubles expert on the show and learn a bit about more you untouchables. So maybe you can start by ten the listeners just a bit about you where you're located what you're up to right now and we can take it from there I like in in. Sorry in the UK. Head. Coach at sint George Hill Lawn. Tennis, Club it's a club that's one hundred, seven years old. So it's been there a long time. We've got about four thousand members pretty busy range of colts etc and doubles is pretty is pretty busy throughout the club. Okay. So four thousand members stats that's a lot of members a day. How many more active now so that membership split between different tasks gotTa Health and Fitness Section, we got obviously tennis and we've got a pool of we've got some squash as well about two thousand play play tennis including a genius Sir Pretty Busy sets up we've got the. And how many courts you have? We've got thirty three courts. The mixture of different surfaces indoors grass at different of official clay. So we've got a full range on ice and your head coach there. Yet on the head coach because the team of twelve coaches coaches right busy at the club especially now with people coming out of lockdown tennis being such a good thing to do with social distancing etcetera have to tennis numbers gone up since this time last year the participation has yet a court really busy from. Morning till night with lots of people working from home. And a sneaking out lunchtime for Gamete friends search it. It's pretty busy. And tell me you're also dope coach of too great. Great doubles team John from John Peers and Mike Venus. How'd you manage? Being the head coach such a big club and also working with these guys. Yeah, it's it's challenging. Sometimes I'm not on the road with them a massive amount I I do some events as when we can fit it in and it works for all of us. But when they're back in the UK back base, we we work at the club and we fit in around the the day to Day Club What Club coaching that I do the members like to see the the guys around the guys get involved on the court with some of the members which is great and members really enjoy that. Exhibitions and clinics and things. It's it's nice to have them around. And here you having a good week this week they took a nice English scalp in the first round in Rome. Yeah. The did they played. Jamie Murray near Skopje Fest? Round and which obviously J. me was was one of John's previous partners and then yesterday that a came through fourteen twelve in the final set breaker against John's partner from last year, which was Henry Continent finished guy. At the top level, they're all playing people they've played before, which must make. It's so interesting. How, from how do you coach or head of players deal with known that the other guy knows all their secrets are patrons may be a better word yet it's good. Yeah. Lots of players play with with certain patterns in they do specific things at certain times. So it's it's know we speak regularly before the matches. Go through what the opponents, what we might expect them to do what they did against them last time if they did it against the lost time and it was successful low probably good again, if if they didn't work than the opponent will change it. So we've got to be prepared for things to change and it might change through the course match nobody plays exactly the same way all the time
Djokovic Has Coronavirus
"We'll fake. He said we might be back with an emergency podcast just amid twenty four hours after according to last one and back, we are because there have been developments in. The covid nineteen crisis that's been developing on the Adra tool. For probably over the course of the past two weeks, but is only presented itself to us over the past few days. We've obviously been following an extremely closely. We're expecting a statement from the world number one and one of the organizers of the Adra Tool. Novak Djokovic today and we have had the statement. In fact, we've had to statements from the world number one. Read you the first one just now. It starts off by confirming that Djokovic has indeed tested positive for Covid nineteen immediately upon his arrival in Belgrade he was tested along with members of his family and his team He wasn't showing any symptoms, and he says that his result is positive as his wife Yelena. Both tested negative. He goes onto. Say Everything we did. In the past month we did with a pure heart and sincere intentions. All Tournament meant to unite and share message of solidarity and compassion throughout the region. The tool has been designed to help both established and up and coming tennis players from Southeastern Europe to gain access to some competitive tennis while the various tools are on hold due to the covid nineteen situation. It was all born with philanthropic idea to direct all raised funds towards people in need, and it warmed my heart to see how everybody strongly responded to this. We organized the tournament at the moment. The crisis has weakened believing that the conditions for hosting the tool had been met. Unfortunately, this virus is still present, and it is a new reality that we are still learning to cope and live with i. am hoping things will ease with time, so we can resume lives the way they were. I am extremely sorry for each individual case of infection. I hope that it will not complicate anyone's health situation, and that everyone will be fine. I will remain in self-isolation for the next fourteen days and repeat the test. In five days now, already going to be a busy day today for we'll certainly for the British tennis media because it was the first day of. If Jamie Murray event the battle of the Brits. But obviously with this huge kind of. Story transcending the sport developing It's an even busier day. So what does I'm? Briggs want to nine PM. He wants a message David Law, saying Don't close your laptop to seen Simon. Join a common. The tennis podcast Hello Simon. We, can he Simon? As a slightly weary voice, but we're. We're very glad to have the house he day been. Well, actually I. Play tennis this morning Mitch was. Day because in. About, one o'clock PM. statement dropped in just actually almost as the first big hit in. What you might describe elite tennis in the UK in Twenty twenty. Almost simultaneously as Jamie Murray went on colts. Who Doubles match? The statement jobs and the news course navy tested positive. I. Mean The I think if you're talking about the address. It wasn't as big a deal today. The positive tests were concerning But the how many do we hereby stay ahead? Five hadn't made by the end of the end of the day and I will on Sunday night. so today it felt like a continuation rather than being quite the bombshell yesterday when. Magi my busiest every day on twitter. What were your initial reactions were? It's joke Richard subsequently released a second statement on instagram tonight, which we will come onto. But what were your reactions when that first statement came out and how? Much, did it. Differ or not from from what you were expecting from him, not in terms of necessarily the results of the test, but As somebody responsible for that tour in that tournament, his sort of degree if the responsibility is prepared to take etc.. Yeah well I mean. There was a sort of Was a source of slight cheesed-off tone to it wasn't at the. He was sort of disappointed that we hadn't seen his pure intentions. For what they were a? and. Almost implication that that should have been enough to satisfy. On, lookers than indeed know the mysterious workings of the virus, and it was a bit of a mystery that has not recognized his pure intentions for the. Positives that they were. So, he kind of sounded a little bit. Petulant in the first statement, and then by the time the second one came out, he was a lot more. Apologetic fellow somebody might have had it worse.
Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne
"The doubles final. Men's doubles final. Won by Britain's Joe Salisbury and America's Ranchi Ram and. It was their first. Is the first ever slam for Joe Spur. Who played brilliantly today? And Reggie Fram. I didn't realize this. She study five years of age. He'd never want amendable slam either. He'd WanNa mixed doubles slam last year. What a moment for him? It was something like his fifty eighth. Men's Grand Slam tournament something like that fifty six or fifty eight thirty fine. He got his first one and for it's one of those partnerships switch has massively worked out for both of them. I mean Joe Souls you know not many people knew about each other souls bree eighteen months ago and now he's a grand slam champion. Ram has helped him get over the line and they were. I mean they were the seeded team. They're up against a inexperience this path and they showed their class in that in that match. They were the number of points they created in men's doubles where served dominates was extraordinary. They were so good on. Return and Joe Salisbury. In particular felt like the best buy on the call he was. He was fantastic and he's now put himself in a position to about the Olympics to to be at the Olympics and choice the partner. He's this puts him up to four in in the world and if he's top ten executive Olympics he gets to select his partner and he was asked by by Russell Fuller on the BBC explicitly. They would you like to play with Andy Murray and he said Yeah. I thought it'd be super cool and I'd love that which I mean tough on for Jamie. Murray very tough on but I mean amazing for diesels breed and Rajiv Ram mm-hmm island today used to be coached by Australian tournament director. Craig toilet would you believe I'm you this because when when when he said that unquote that it reminded me. I remember being in the tournament in Qatar in two thousand two when I met Craig Tully Abner Mason. Before he was an aid. Come over I think to sort of run. Some some sort of Kemp's training camps and I got into and I actually Santamaria Good Company. Really really good start to way before his tennis Australia days and he he used to be the head coach or captain of the Illinois University Tennessee he was. He was doing that for about ten years and he ran the whole program at telenor. University and on his team was Rajiv. Ram Delic remember him and he told me about those two and it was one of those where you know somebody tells you about players whose or coming up poor. Who's a college? I remember writing these down on a piece of Bay right. I'm going to look out for these guys you know and see what like What he's like? Mike is a man with a served. That's a carbon copy. If Pete Sampras yes I love it when that happened down to what he does is with his left foot ticks. Yeah it's extraordinary
Roger/Rafa Enter Political Fray
"Other roger federer news he found the dow have joined the a._t._p. Player council joining novak talk of each and several others kevin anderson being amongst them but you may remember that several players jamie murray robin hauser a a few others stepped down at wimbledon after one of the one of the aging meetings that they had and they're all disillusioned well federal the dow has been sort of talking in press conferences haven't really the last year in bemoaning not being kept abreast of things and expressing concern over the decisions that have been taken and i think quite rightly that they have stepped up and actually joins the councilman now we'll find out whether other and what sort of impacts they they might be able to have but it is it is whatever happens next it is going to be fascinating as to whether the two of them and novak djokovic can come together and sort of plan away for all those players can get behind <hes> in a way that they can get through with the tournaments. I must say they've got a heck of a lot better chance of getting things through with federal on board as well whether whether whether they move along together or whether they literally come on an unsighted never jock itch in one or two others. We don't agree with you we we. We want to argue this case. It's it's just going to be an interesting. Yes i mean that's my interpretation that it's not about. They're not doing this in order to add weight to the existing direction of travel that doing this to try and arrest and divert the existing direction of travel is my is is the indication that i have on it but until until we start seeing decisions and boats and everything i don. I do something about the fact that they're doing it. Together makes makes me really emotional. It's like it's like a body. Cope