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"jennifer capriati" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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The Serena Slam Begins
"Tenth Edition of Roland Garros Relieved here with you on the tennis podcast, and it features all Williams. Sisters final from two thousand and two Venus Against Serena and we have just watched it, and it was the start of Serena Williams dominating and. It was it's been fascinating. We've watched little moments from all of their next three Grand Slam finals that would follow straight away as well, and it's just one of the great stories of tennis. The there's ever happened. Really the the Williams Sisters Story and it never ceases to intrigue me just to watch how they try to deal with the moments how to deal with the situation that they're in. And we're here to relive it with you on the tennis podcast Katherine how you doing I'm. Okay the same thanks David. In the same spot out there's. Nothing changes. In the same position as well. I'm so glad I bought my new office chair before. Episodes basically been here for. Ten straight days and Now. Beds right next door to it. Yes I two thousand and two. In two thousand two. What were you doing in two thousand and two things picks up on the family photo album front, Catherine O. F T. Year and I remember study leave coinciding exactly with the French Open. Which? Recouping Great. To treat. Filed for juggled manage that Juggling Act potentially better than you did in the lost years. I'm saying I didn't want to repeat any of my qualifications exactly ten years on from when from what I completely failed mine at. Two, thousand and two, you were six. Yeah, not too much to report really. Just getting on with it properties. Getting on. Roy David vs your this must have been your first years of freelance. Yeah left the ATP by this time, and I was going off to tournaments on my Just trying to wet for anybody you'd have me and yes I remember covering Rome shortly before this French. Open that. We're talking about right now. member covering Serena in interviewing hair and yeah is it was an interesting time? To be covering the sports in that way. And I. What's My I in that year for BBC Radio Five Live? So yeah, it was the start of a very different chapter. For me! And Yeah. There's so much going on in the tennis world. There was this crossover Rivera's, wasn't it? Because we we we still saying these head to head rivalries, but this one became more and more prevalent with every passing tournaments, and just to give you an idea of what else was going on in the world at that time in two thousand to the Queen Mother died. The all spoons premiered on MTV. Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka. Government signed ceasefire ending nineteen years of civil war. And fifty percent of the UK population by now have Internet access. That one's for you Catherine thirty. Keep it partridge. What would I need to save for it? NOT TO BE PARTRIDGE? I was just thinking before you said the Internet thing always thinking Oh. This is on tricky today. Of taking a step up. and. Go my favorite bit. Getting used to it. So tennis wise. At this point, we have moved on a year from yesterday. Show when Jennifer Capriati when the French Open title, the rest of that year was dominated by Venus Williams. Who Won Wimbledon and the US Open beating Serena in the final? What has happened so far in two thousand and two Matt Well Jennifer kept `priority has defended her Australian Open title a tournament which Serena had to miss through injury and Venus Williams loss of the first ever to Monica salish. still whenever I see that Monica was still going strong in two thousand and two. That always kind of amazes me. Yes? Then they get on the hull courts and Serena really starts dominating. She doesn't actually she doesn't actually lose. A match competed national hard court in two thousand and two to start the season both sisters. Boycott Indian Wells for the first time following the racists incident in two thousand and one. That's a boycott that would go on until Twenty fifteen for Serena Twenty sixteen for Venus. And, then Serena gets her first tore level where against Venus in the Miami semifinals, six two six two and then announces a South was one of the favorites full the French, open by winning Rome beating Justyna non Jennifer Cat `priority so. That definitely you know. Venus is obviously dominated the before Serena's now really becoming a force Worth I'm actually wrote that they were threatening to tiger is. I think that being in terms of what tiger woods was doing. Ingolf at that stage just become such a dominant force and they were the they were. They were the driving force in the game. They were the biggest stoves, the biggest stories getting the biggest crowds and actually align i. read his that. Talks of combining the tools though bit like we've been talking about recently with this with this merger idea, but it was very much. Kind of the pay and coaching the Women's tool to relocate Ponte Vedra where they had their head offices and. Thinking that, it made sense for the ATP. Jomo thumbs alliant. Is that boils down to this on AC- went be around for much longer, and no other male player comes close to the international stardom of the Williams sisters. Why not try to get in on the action?
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Is that? How many players can you say that about me? But I mean it's it seemed right in the moment and I have a feeling I feel strongly David that I can say. I haven't heard Nick Bollettieri. Say about her. But I think Coco Golf may have the eye of the tiger. The that you know she's going to have that printed t shirts the next line whatever that might be. It could be blake brackets. I've the tiger at the elements elephants. I like comportment the the Yes. I'm always I am naturally cautious of of anybody. That young playing with that amount of attention but she just seems to love it and I. I hope that continues at one of the reasons. I'm cautious is because I I am old enough to remember the early interviews with Jennifer Capriati after matches where she seemed like she absolutely loved it she seemed a fund loving kid to me and then it changed and and you just don't know do well. Eh David again. I think they're so many so many people agents parents would ever have been able to witness all of these other players fall through every pothole. I'm Jennifer turned pro a few weeks before her fourteenth birthday signed an oil of Olay contract. That's a makeup allina skin care line and I mean she's going through. I mean she's the next year. She felt all the stress of the fame of her contracts. She was supporting her family. Her skin broke out. So the Orlova laypeople. And you're like. What did you think was going to happen? Kids fourteen. You know I don't I just don't see The Golf Ball club making those kinds of mistakes there. There've been too many obvious and and again I think Coco's built were I think she's I think she's got a very good sense of To Catherine's point it seems like you can watch getting more comfortable more more confident smarter during the course of a match. You know she'll play. She'll play a second set much better than later. I that kind of stuff. That's more fingers crossed. We don't know about the knows yet of the of the tiger we got. We got to watch this. I found it quite full. Found that quite moving to hear about copyright because when we over the last in the last year. I've had her on a list of just people. I would love to interview on this show one day. I don't know her at all. I've not come across a part from in passing. Maybe one interview about fifteen years ago with what she's doing now. I know one of my colleagues tried to track down in an safe he could get into. It didn't get anywhere. Close any tried really hard and and you know it's it's very much that just isn't something that will will will likely happen but I I do really wish her well because it's it just I think people don't sometimes realize they when they're watching these people on the screen. They're real people at times. It was Jennifer Capriati. That that got me into tennis. I- situ also my mom to put my hair into two platz just like Jennifer Capriati Climbing yeah that's pretty good mass. It was It was rough on the Dow for you. Wasn't it you close. Yes in fact I either throwing him right under the clothes. I was sorting out my bookshelf. Today as you do when you're in self-isolation and I found a picture of my first ever trip to Wimbledon with my grandma and I was wearing three calls an trousers after after the Dow. Thankfully not a sleeveless sleeveless shirt with no guns pirate trousers. My My dad played a veteran squash match a few years probably about ten years ago now whenever the pirate trousers were thing and his opponent showed up emphasis on veterans His opponent tradeoff wearing the full the full deal including the sleeveless tank. Not sure everyone can really pull that up. By the way. When Adidas came out with the famous Agassi Denim shorts. Remember your remember those right back in the ninety. I'm sorry yeah. The night. The famous Nike Shorts. Were supposed to go to John McEnroe really. They were made for John and he tried them and he thought it was. Maybe yeah he thought maybe the Denim Wood storks and it Kinda sweated and all that is our. Let's give it to this this other kid. Let's get this young kid Agassi. How how did how different could history be if standards at the same about the French Open? Sure I you're talking about stance Miss Adidas. You know you're going with RINCA. Yeah fifties. John McEnroe was playing champions events wearing the Dow three-quarter Francis. We'll give him credit and say that was an aberration. Well don't worry matter. I actually tried to dress up like Andre Agassi Circa nineteen ninety-two with the hair. Could you imagine somebody less suited took time? You were trying to do hugh grant her. They weren't dissimilar to be quite honest. Particular point earlier here inferences or the same. It's all the same look just different end today. I'm just grow this person. Try to use some product and almost thirty years later hair is an issue again. David is it. Well you said on what you were going to cats in your own hair in the next the next week or so well. It just suddenly occurred to me. Self-isolation got no choice. So everyone's real heckler is. That's what my mom said to me. Day and Clippers arrived today. How many Sports people are GONNA come back from this haters with mysteriously more and indeed. We're we're not even halfway through the questions. I'm afraid what we're GONNA do. We're going to pause right there at the end of this part one of the tennis podcast. And what am I signed? Up for many parts of Rut with. She's had David Ghezzi Mary oil. This is Dave so I I have this on a daily basis. Another expert yes. We'll be back with another tennis. Podcast next week. Thanks for listening to this one and we'll speak to you..
Coco Gauff stuns Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open, taking a straight sets win in the third round
"Cocoa Gov. We talked about her the other day and how she comes back in matches says he dropped a set but then as the comeback. He's done incredible number of times the two years. She didn't need that today the fifteen year old over Osaka six three a six four defending champ. Kp what does it mean and are you willing to say the future is upon us of course futures are put us. You've got to love the cocoa right. Look what she did. She extinguished will stock of their. Who beat her? The last time out in a in a in a slam She got by Venus Williams earlier. She's advancing quicker and faster than anyone thought. We've had three sixteen year old winters winters. I believe in the women's side and Slams Austin and sellers and so that's what her opportunity is here. Right now with Serena out of the mix of course course is still there who beat her last time out so she's got to get over that and then some other really good players out there but this is a chance for history right what he page which you can see improvement. I mean she's the only player very joe neither side men or women to get to the third round and win in in three majors or I three majors so you could see the improvement. Let's look at her serve. I think that's the most important thing that I saw was that she was the last time she did lose. Who's she was around? Forty five percent of first serves seventy five percent in this batch. I mean think about the difference there that we're talking and her experience now that she's able to actually do more things because she has been here before he does not. She still has nerves. But we saw with a double-fault twice in a row except that she's going to improve on that as she goes along becomes. It's absolutely remarkable just historic the numbers. I mean she's the youngest player to beat a top five opponent on the tour and nearly thirty years that was Jennifer Capriati Serena who came forward but actually the number that jumps out to me. The most Tony was seventeen eighteen. That's the number of unforced errors. She had which was about half of what saga had. And I think signifies the level of poise. She's playing with which must be infuriating. ASAKA UH admitted. It was infuriating losing to someone that much younger than her. I know some of the fellow panelist today show. How about that Thursday? I'm just glad we're not talking about how Osaka might never win again. because she got beaten by someone that sheet so easily chip you and we're talking to mean to menas point Most of the players that are in the Australian junior open right now are older than cocoa golf off. That's how young she is. She's doing this at an age that we just haven't seen before and everybody's points are valid the poise. That's there the ability to play without too many errors in the future is
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on High Noon
"Six three six six four after the upset does just took. You don't want to lose to a fifteen year old you know But I guess that's for me like a reality check It doesn't really matter the age of the opponent and Everyone of course. She deserves to be here. She played her matches. And I just have to work harder so bo which result was vigorous approach with all the real dog by the way he was he was just like look trying to lose the nobody not younger than me and eight. That many people here as younger than me. Now what I found to be most surprising. I guess I lean towards Serena getting smashed in that. When Coco Golf in Greenwich? She looked totally different in this match that she had when they played. US Open she got obliterated in that match then came out strong. You could say the same about the time. That Chong Played Serena the last time they faced but actually I'll switch it up. In the middle of this go the Serena and being less surprising and the reason is is going to happen man like at some point. We have to realize that someone of her age agents been doing this as long as we're not promised we're going to get more of this Margaret Court what her twenty-fourth bet. Everybody thought the twenty fifth was just right around the corner. It's possible she's GonNa be stuck on twenty wouldn't three. I'm not saying it's going to happen but this can happen. It is weird that we think back to the Australian Open in two thousand seventeen which Serena won while eight weeks pregnant. And we're like well. I guess that was the last one she was going to win. If it is she wanted well eight weeks. Pregnant there is so much to celebrate on the Serena Side of the ledger forever but this to me is about the coronation of a rivalry. This is a real thing I o mio soccer there at the US. Opened in September. I got to watch them play after the match. That's where the new story was. It was not Yomiuri soccer being kind to cocoa goth. It was not el. Mio Sokha taking a crying teenager. And saying hey come in and join me for this post game interview so the whole crowd can appreciate you in this one. The vibe totally flipped. She now realizes that Tokyo Golf. Who by the way is I believe the youngest since Jennifer Capriati to beat a top five player women's tour level match that to me this means it's real data to she ain't never gonNa do nothing like that ever again and battle blame her? You grown grown up to come out here and play these tournaments now man cry by yourself especially if you come out here beat me the last hug that you were ever going to receive. And I'm here for that part to Serena found basically anytime a black woman comes up. Everybody Expects Rita well. Are you going to mentor her. Slow Stevens was a person that put up there looking at that and like she ain't got.
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"This is sports overnight america the weekend recap with candy doing good good good morning good whatever i got no clue what it is for you i just smell it is the weekend recap in sports overnight america from me andy dalton wow what a week started out with the craziness from me nbs free agency frenzy that happens all came to a crazy crazy night on saturday in las angeles california where there was an earthquake felt in three different places california las vegas and phoenix and bam why leonard besides the goto de las angeles clippers as well so what a crazy crazy start to the week when you have a obviously boys of summer get ready to play andy midseason classic would be all star break happening you have wimbledon going on in some amazing stories there man this cocoa golf corey cocoa golf the youngest girl the winner match there since nineteen ninety one i believe when jennifer capriati did it back in the day a so amazing stuff with her she's been really the talk of the whole tournament so far there's there's a couple of other things happening like andy murray and serena teaming up to play doubles together pretty cool stuff there and then you had what i guess would be the big show between rafi on the doll and nick cheerios andrew cure is just one of those guys man that ultimately he's a personality he's a character but at times he can really play a meme game of tennis to so the guy's got skills the guy's got a lot of talent but he just can't keep his head on his shoulders straight in a hearing rafer don't seem to necessarily like each other so made pretty good match there too so that's kind of the gist of what happened in week one at wimbledon and then obviously a big time stuff with the world cup in those ladies holy cow man unbelievable what a team how fantastic are they two consecutive consecutive world cup is now a meghan phony she's she's a star among stars these women are absolutely fantastic that's all i can say they're absolutely fantastic they deserve all the glory all the praise it's amazing i'm just getting started you can't tell hey keep a close eye married or if it's a weekend recapping says sports overnight america five recently discovered the powerful health benefits of cbd oil i've been using new leaf natural cbd oil for some time now and i love it cbd oil is non intoxicating would make which makes it ideal for people like me i want the health the benefits of cannabinoid but i don't smoke weed i never will smoke weed that mind altering facts i do not need cbd is nontoxic has potent pain relieving as an fyi inflammatory whether it's properties as well and
Cori 'Coco' Gauff keeps on winning at Wimbledon
"Where fifteen year old american cocoa god will be in action later day in the third round at wimbledon she won both of referred to match in the streets that including in opening round win over one of her childhood idol venus williams gotha certainly created cocoa manian london this week i'm surprised on the tennis tennis courts at wimbledon talking about fifteen year old korry cocoa golf taking the tennis world by storm cocoa nari golf turned up one of the biggest upset in the history of wimbledon on monday by the just see the five time champion that you were going to play your title someone who won her first wimbledon title before you that's a big deal in atlanta georgia oh my god i think we just saw a star is born i'm gonna be up all night turner's on everybody that oh god will try to take down selena first son to reach the round of sixteen if she could do it she'll be the first fifteen year old woman get that far at wimbledon since nineteen ninety one jennifer capriati actually made it that far fourteen in fifteen year london where we find are patrick mcenroe end it's been really fun to watch cocoa golf i'm sure it's been great from your perspective as well what has happened is allowed hurting cats any imagination of the tennis world patrick lawrence pretty obvious that this is a star a tennis star in the making that were seeing sort of having comic coming out party here at wimbledon and what better place to do it any opening round then against one of her heroes the five time champion venus william so when she being venus obviously everybody took notice we've known about coming up through the junior ranks laura but to just do it on this big of a stage and then back it up in round two against the tricky opponent and require cova who made the semis final here a couple years ago in my eyes even more impressive she's the real deal she's got the speed she's got great shot selection she's very smart out on the court i've been really impressed to without she's the way she handled the press and all these attention she seems totally ready gone this big occasion and i think she's gonna move on here today internet's round matches well well i love it yes she does not seem to be phased by anything and you mentioned today if she wins today she's guaranteed the play another former number one player in the world either how left or victoria at the rink in the round of sixteen troubling things thinking is either one of those players to be on the floor i think she could give just about anyone in the entire draw trouble including serena williams who by the way look really good yesterday and winning her second round match she is planning a tricky claire today and flown her dog who had a big win over madison keys another one of the american favorites coming into wimbledon but i think god's got too much consistency she covers accord extremely well and she's got a really really good serve
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on KOMO
"Has been in our area around in the northeast and Great Lakes says certainly has not been like that but it is building sound he starts to get pretty nasty in terms of heat humidity this week thank you dean divorced seventeen and a half minutes after the hour now Robert workmen joins us Robert day you just hear from next door from going back side to side watching is tennis honestly well that's what you said at one end of the courts are you just looking up and down up and down that the least growing on the neck but that's still that's the danger if you're covering tennis and soon Wimbledon time first round getting under way yesterday and a big upset the even though she's on seeded Venus Williams the veteran losing foreign for two American teen Corey coco golf at fifteen the youngest player ever to qualify at the all England club in the professional yours is a little bit older than what Jennifer Capriati was back in the day back in the nineties Williams at thirty nine the oldest player in this year's field so perhaps the passing of the torch there who they call Corey coco because her dad's name is Corey to spelled differently but the spin that there could be confusion around the dinner table she looks really good so we'll see what happens in the next round with her upset number to Naomi sock about out quickly losing six into a yearly output and savor seems like only a couple of months ago we were discussing in Osaka grand slam after she won the US and Australian opens but it is tough to stay on top these days number three seed Karolina Pliskova won in straight sets U. S. seeds the Madison keys and Sophia cannon advance easily men's draw top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic wasn't straight that when as was the foresee Kevin Anderson that's.
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The sixty minute man there has to be more. Jennifer Hudson is great. Who else there's a couple of others? There's just something about that name if you name, Jennifer love Hewitt, Jennifer love Hewitt, sawn. You don't want her. I don't think I'd do the first one. I'm sorry for listening. Jennifer love Hewitt, but I think she'd be the first one I would cross off. You know why? Talk show once she was on Rosie O'Donnell show on this is years and years ago before I started a relationship. View back. I could watch any show. I wanted, but now it has to be the view and Jennifer love who is on. And she said Rosie O'Donnell, I wish people would just call me love. And then Rosie o'donald just called her love through the rest of the interview and it made my stomach hurt. I was watching it going. That's ridiculous. Call me love. There's Jennifer McCarthy, I guess she technically goes. Yeah. That's too much for me. Because he's had a Walberg. Yeah. Jennifer Tilly remember, her great actress. She's interesting too interesting. Jennifer, Jason Leigh. Interesting again, but not, not in my opinion that for you, not up to the level of the other jennifers that we've mentioned Jennifer gray. I like Jennifer grey, allied, post-surgery or with the bigger knows I would ask her. I request but could you please have your old nose back? I would like I like the more pronounced knows on her. I thought that was better for her. He's all good. Jennifer beals questioned lovely. Yeah. Jennifer beals though, but I'm still leaning toward either. Jennifer garner. Jennifer Aniston, but all the other jennifers, you've mentioned, all points, Jennifer Capriati. Oh, do like her. But she was big dope. Head. I would have to ask you, please not be a dope pet anymore. Santa for Jones, Jennifer Jones, the actress from one thousand years ago. Yes. Yeah, I guess, more than nineteen nineteen jobs for nettles. She's a singer. I don't know who she is Jenny slate pretty funny. I do like Jenny slate. But again, she's a big dope. Head. Did you know that she's a big user of marijuana? That's not a Dell pad. She's a dope head. She I just read that she's going to be is that in wine country. We were talking Anders album from decider dot com on the regular part of the show, and I think she's involved with all these funny women in the movie. Wine country. I think Jennifer Flavin ten aflame. Wasn't married to still. Thinks she still is she still is. I think so. Yeah, I'm pretty sure she is. Jennifer O'Neill do, like Jennifer O'Neill some reforms to boy. That was a quick did you when that was on the ABC three thirty move school moving? Did you did you like? All right. I don't know how I would feel if I was watching this movie, and I was a girl. But as a guy just for me, but all my friends, my guy, friends, who would watch it. We would just say that be the best thing in the world. We just thought that was an amazing situation. He found himself in Gary Grimes. Well, it's funny because people don't know let me just say, what the situation was, he's on an island spends the summer on an island on the east, coast and Jennifer Neil is there and she's beautiful. And he does odd jobs for her legitimate, odd jobs. Fixes stuff around her her. Yeah. Handy kid. I see. Schick, her see Shak? Steve see shack, which is for the cubs. So, so then she finds out sadly that her husband has died in the war, and then she's lonely, Gary Grimes, which, you know, in it, how old were we when that came out in the seventies, right? I came out in nineteen sixty nineteen seventy all right? So we were. Yeah. I thought it was romantic and all in, and then, even as I got older. I'm like, wow. That's, that's kind of cool story. Her me, you know, for me. Hermes ascii. But then as I had boys. Yeah. I'm like that can't happen. Yeah. I've said this before there were a bunch of movies that were out when we were pre teenagers teenagers, and of that era, and when you're a kid, and you watch y so great, but as an adult, you watch them, they're very cringe-worthy, that is not accept not acceptable. How old would he have been in that movie like sixteen or seventeen? And she was in her late twenties. Oh, neil. Pretty. She really was. Who is Oskoui, his friend was Jerry Houser? Ascii was Jerry Houser her was Gary Grimes as you mentioned. There was a third kid with glass. Mulligan was in that movie. Not, not Richard mulligan. Robert Gulligan at looks very much. Like Richard director a revolt. Okay. Directed at maybe here, let me pull it up from nineteen seventy-one, by the way, seventy one. Director Robert mulligan related to Richard because they broke okay? They look so much alike. Gary Grimes was her me wanted to know how old he was at the time I think his character would about sixteen. I think he was probably around there. He wasn't in many other things he was in the Cowboys. The John Wayne movie, and one or two other minor movies, but nothing major. But Kerry, Houser was in a thousand things. Was muffin. We'll get by what's, we'll get by. That was a succumb with pulse survey. No. Appall servino. He was sitcom Mira Sorvino. Oh, I'm Daria fair. Jerry. Oh, I know him as an adult. Oh, that's right. He does the voice, he still does so much. Yeah. Curly hair. Yeah. Yeah. Kind of a Michael onto Qianlong, but not as good looking, like, right. Like a goofy like before they perfected Mike along when they were just kind of put this on the joint board. We'll see how it looks that was Jerry Houser still here. He does commercials all the time. Still hear his voice on commercials. All right. Somebody says can we stop saying that Angelina Jolie, still Brad Pitt away from Jan? He wasn't a five year old you know, technically that's correct. We have to put as much blame on Brad Pitt as on, engine Lena, Julie and someone wants to know if you would like Jennifer Coolidge. Oh, she's interesting stiffler. Mom. She's interesting. But I still think, right. You feel on this. It does about now. All right. So let's say hypothetically, you won a Jennifer. It could be Jennifer Aniston. It could be Jennifer Connelly. It could be warrants. Love Hewitt's Lopez for love Hewitt for a while. But Bill back down poster of her in college. She's the one crossed off first on my list. Guys can't hardly wait came out. That was that was that was. My thing. Interesting..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Oh, man. Now, what do you order post mates or something? I don't even know. Can we do that? What are we doing? Yeah. I'm not that hungry, man. What do they have here to eat? There's nothing eater. That's crazy. There's a chef that comes here I've seen. Well, the guy that was a couple of chefs hats being washed in the laundry. That's all there were four shifts in there. Laundry. Rosie now man I'm just happy to be here today. You know, Chris if you look at Chris from far away, you're like Jesus fucking Christ. Dude, what's going on over there. You know? That guy looks malnourished, but tall and athletic. But if you get up close to them, you see that first of all the guy has more ribs than anybody. I'm if you've ever seen. Y'all's daddy with the shirt off. But the guy has dude I got. Me see two three four five six seventy eight ribs. Right. Chris has probably road. No joke. Seventy six ribs, dude. Like, he's you know, you ever get one of those fishes at the like when you're on vacation. They don't wanna d- scale it or whatever. And they give you that fish. Then they got a, and it's got all the bones in it. That's like him, man. But he's got a big heart is very long heart to like if he dies, bro. Five people could probably get heart transplant from you know, the guy's fucking deep on the orders would is. This is this is from his Instagram. He does boxers. It's a bathing suit on. Wow. He's pretty strong. Or is legs. Nice team his legs in person, very skinny. I could see that. Yeah. He doesn't have everything. Perfect. He definitely could use some different legs. His a lot of face wear and his face Iran, his chin, it looks like ever seen after a fire goes over a hill. And they put it out. He has that is that very fire growth, you know, like that Malibu post fire kind of stubble. He very Roddick though, is is he has got that. He's got that. He's you know, he's got that. David blaine. You look at them. And next thing, you know, you fucking pulling a rabbit out of your ass. But I'm happy to be here in his home today. Man, you know, this is probably trying to think of some nice homes that I've been in. I had to go to over to David spades. One time and watch episode of the bachelor any made me sit in front of him on the couch while he sat behind me in a regular chair, which is very interesting one time, I went to a one year old's birthday party at Perry Farrell's house, and he was the lead singer Jane's addiction, and he. Took me like a bookcase read to me all the titles of all the books on the bookcase for pretty much. No reason I'm talking three hundred books to just the titles like so. He was definitely probably gonna relapse. I'm guests and what else man, a friend of mine got a blowjob one time on top of a restaurant and from Jennifer Capriati, and then fell through the glass, like a sky window right into the fucking kitchen. Row. That's fifteen love. I've ever heard of it. What else happened here? Right. When I got an Italian LA one time I saw. You know, who's that guy? He's got that mount Rushmore kinda head kind of a mixed guy, Tracy Morgan. He I saw him with no shirt before he got WalMart it right before he got hit by WalMart..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Live. Hear you. John setting. How can you guys were frontward facing caps and have headphones be comfortable what what's stopping them from not being comfortable? Like, there's nothing. There's it's the same. Exact same exact thing for me, man. I don't know. For some reason I am unable to wear a frontward facing ball cap and headphones at the same time to throw on rookie. Let's take just struggled with it for two minutes and thirty. Pull it off. Well, like, maybe you just need a little coaching. I'm on edge because I had a very frustrating time trying to deal with that. And now and the bone TV has to look at this hair that I haven't prepared for them today. Why you don't you don't like it anymore? I don't I'm not saying I dislike or like it. But had I known that. I'd be exposing the world to my hair, I would've at least tried to do something as opposed to throwing by Tampa Bay Lightning cap on it special lightning dated it what the hell is going on. I'm not allowed to say. Yeah. No, sir. I mean, I don't know what today's a special day. Well, I don't know. There's something going on at the game tonight. Is it the fact that we're all going that probably pretty special the selling point? I think I don't want to make us feel less special. But I think everybody in the local media has gone tonight. Now why because Danielle from ninety four nine got invited. So you feel like the flood gates are open. I did not know that. Who's going? I will. Who I'm sitting by? You're sitting by who wo- guys little aggressive. Well, who am I sitting by? I don't know. On the air each other. I say nowhere. You're sitting just give me one of those opportunities to put me in my place. I'm not going to be in the three hundred and how do you know where I'm sitting in my being honored tonight. And they gave you a heads up. Because I I gotta get ready to be honored. That's what I initially thought was that they will be honoring set the mbassador of hockey to me because I would not appreciate hockey if not for your early assistant. That's right. Everybody needs to know that. But unfortunately, no, they're not paying homage to you there tonight. Pastor. I don't know there's going to be something special tonight because they said being your seats by seven fifteen so I will do or no earlier than some fifteen and no later than seven thirty or are they announcing that they acquired Anthony Davis at the deadline, man. No. But neither I think are the Lakers, and we don't talk a lot if any NBA on this show, but what a weird messed up situation, and we shouldn't talk about the NBA. But I will say this the most fascinating thing about the NBA is where the players going each year and that that's the I can't enjoy basketball game. But man, I love hearing about the specs speculation about where these guys are going to end up next and how it's going to shift the balance of power in the NBA. Well, from what I keep here was hearing this morning. They're now saying that this was all just a big ruse. But from the pelicans to screw over the Lakers. Because now they were they pretty much had a trade on the table that the Lakers were probably interested in that would have given away the entire team. So now the entire team hates the coach. And LeBron, and it was probably just all a setup to make them all hate each other. We're talking about how we don't talk about the NBA. Now, we're talking about the NBA. The thing is you're so right about the off season trades because I can't even watch the regular season anymore. I catch the highlights on ESPN. But I have so fallen out of love with that sport. Because there's no defense at all. It's it's a joke until you get to the playoffs. And then you pretty much know Golden State is gonna win anyway. But the fact that there's so little I don't wanna call because the owners don't have loyalty to the players and vice versa. But there's so little hometown feeling of you've got a guy for his whole career. It just doesn't happen anymore. You don't have the Larry Bird in Boston. The magic in L A the Isaiah in Detroit. You got guys who two years go. I'll go back to the city that I just left five years ago. Well, that's why I'm happy to have had stamkos and men and guys like that for their whole careers. I read a write up Sports Illustrated dot com about coach Cooper last night. That was just fascinating about the whole coaching staff and the room that they have to watch games in their relationship with each other. They've created their own lingo that they use Cooper's a big wine guy. So he'll unwind with a with a cab. Or whatever, I know. A and and it just seems like such a good bunch of dudes. I guess coach Cooper. And I would have had no idea. How to not read this relies on? Stamkos to be the pushback guy to him. He he an stamkos will butt heads. But still respect each other. So he knows that he can bring him something. And if it's bad he's going to get some pushback or some tweaks or whatever, and I think that's incredibly valuable between a a Phil Jackson and a Kobe Bryant if you and I've been reading a lot in the Tampa Bay times or wherever calling now about hey, it's baseball season. It's baseball baseball's. Here the baseball. I know people are excited the raise look like they have a good young team this year. I saw they are predicted to make the playoffs. But this is about the lightning right now the best team in hockey and they're here to win the Stanley Cup. And and we gotta get on board ride this out look at New England right now, they are celebrating their sixth Super Bowl, and whether you love hate or indifferent to the New England Patriots. That city got to celebrate this past week something that every city envy's right? What's our best chance to celebrate? That ourselves. Your Tampa Bay Lightning. So you know, I they should sell out the rest of the year. And if they don't that's a crying shame because going to a game will make you a fan if you were not one before. And I'll tell you this is there is really something special. You want to know what to me embodies the the raise, and I'm not looking at trash anybody or anything. But do you see this on Twitter today? Do you see what happened? I guess a fan of theirs. Begged them for a follow on Twitter. Okay. Not bad. But said, hey, by the way, that's very unseemly thing to do. It's kind of gross. Like, hey, would you follow me? But then again. You're a brand or a team. I think I think that's okay. All right. So you don't really know who you're talking to us. We'll just say, you know, no, actually, Alpi block organised charity thing where you kept asking. Stamkos follow. That is true. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe he's gonna confront you tonight. Maybe that's the special lightning thing. That'd be good. And we'll fight in the punch out fourteen after he's long retired. And I still won't be able to kick his ass. But the thing is if you ask me like will you follow me? I'm just gonna I might or might not do it. You ask a team though. Like, you said, they kind of have the obligation. So the the race tweeted back thirsty. Oh, that's funny. It's funny. But do you have the luxury of doing that when you're the third sports franchise? But I don't know second is a flaming hot you hurt that guy's feelings. But how many people looked at that and laughed? The people were like, oh, they're on their social media game funny. Let me find out. I'll give you a live. Also, did they follow him after that question? Hold on one. Second take a look here. Because sometimes what do you say? Yeah. You got a crack a few eggs to make an omelet. Sometimes you have to get after a caller to the show for the thousands of people that are listening. Maybe they have to get after one guy who's tweeting for the hundreds of thousands of people that follow them or talk radio program based on a bombastic confrontational style. They are team in desperate need of filling their stadium with people who go see it. They're closing off section. You no longer will be allowed to sit in the upper level during any. Here's the thing. They're all making money still would love free to shove to the game. Yes. Horrible some of the worst in MLB, but they're all still making their money. The players are making their money. The owners are making their money the people in the front office or making it sure the players certainly are so okay. So they at midnight, by the way, tweeted thirsty leg middle of the night. Some social media person goes, thirsty, whatever. So first response. He asked nicely guy rug emoji next one you want fans at games yet. Call them thirsty when they for a follow y'all be the thirsty ones. When no one's at the games per usual. And then someone did use the gift of the girl. The spitting laughing you've seen her. Chubby chubbier, Jennifer Capriati. Sure. Well, I mean, I don't have any call, Jennifer. I hope I hope that that's not insulting. Struggle. She's still alive. Right. I hope so man, when's the last time you heard about Jennifer Capriati way. We'd we'd arrest a couple of like probably fifteen years ago. Maybe that was all that was when I was a kid that was a long time ago, maybe twenty years ago, we'd arrest and then something else in the last in the last ten years. I wanna say the people who don't know who you're talking about. What who doesn't know former? Jennifer Capriati the hot young on the scene many years ago. She lives in Wesley chapel. No. She liked to apologize for. That was a big fan residents. Wesley chapel was a Tampa, Florida. Now, it looks like outlet mall is where Miguel total. Lagoon over there. Oh, yeah. They got a lagoon isn't that big lagoon is that big manmade lake? They just put in in Wesley chapel. I don't know. I don't know. Nothing about man. This thing looks awesome. We should get out there. Sometimes it's not a it's not a black lagoon. Racially insensitive way. I just mean. A creature from the black lagoon that was right about this is the first three D movies if I'm not mistaken Wesley chapel's crystal lagoon. All right. I mean, it's a real thing was is a place where you can visit take the kids vacation. What is it live in Wesley chapel? Four months of coming. God's is Wesley chapel is crystalline was supposed to open and residents are growing more anxious supposed to open this is from August, though, they open I'll do a whole I'll do a whole expose on this lagoon coming up later in the show the podcast. Boats. That's what we're talking. I wanted this. I wanted to say, hey, I I think I might have some insight on what what might be the special announcement. Thank you. I appreciate that very much awesome. Thanks look forward to that insight tonight. When I get in my seat or very plugged no spoilers two seven five seven five to seven point five acre crystal clear lagoon, it is open and it's just a lagoon pro-. Yeah. It's a big lagoon. It's beautiful. It's crystal blue it's for swimming. They've got all sorts of activities on there. You can kayak you can there's houses around some of it. It's a whole thing. All right. There was a there was a manatee right off the you Lali, doc, I saw that. They they got swing today is take it back Thursday. Should you like to take this opportunity to get us to take something back to take something back yourself? Please do so seventy seven five seven nine one or two five and I need news information. Did they catch the guy who is missing in the Hillsborough county area who thinks that he is the lion sent by God to both? He'll and kill people because there's a missing lunatic. And I don't mean that in an insulting way he's killing people. He wants to he says he says he feels like he was alliance sent by God to heal and kill people. Oh, yeah. That fits right down in Florida in that order. I well, I think I don't think you can heal them after you kill them. So next to this guy at the lightning game tonight. No, you're you're in a great space home. I buy I don't know. I don't know who your neighbors are. But what? But when I sat where you're sitting there there were very nice people all around. So you just were privy to where Seth is sitting not not me or yourself or mica or shouldn't send anything, I don't even know. Michael is going not only as Mikey going ready for this. I meant to tell you browse John droop. You're bringing your girlfriend you bring your fiance. Right. Offer tickets..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I know you try when you do in the game, you sell always guys are great. And they're not great. Nobody is tackling. Anybody just to yourself. Make it flag football. That's how would be peeling flag football. If you don't wanna have eleven guys out there. I watched Ryan Kerrigan did not want, and I don't blame him touch me, bro. Tackling anybody who's going to stand here it you could have fifty minutes to throw the pass if you'll lime play is actually fun to watch. It's to me. It's funny. But it's just it's it doesn't even resemble. What is that show football? They have to just don't. Yeah. It seems it still seems not only is it stupid. And we'll be on later on. I don't think he watched it. It was it appeared to be cold. And it was certainly very wet. It was awful. Nobody what What is. is? Understands a Redskin game. It's no longer. It's no longer in Hawaii. It's sort of. I don't know that at all to Nate's it is played in both places when he SPN has the game if in their contract, they have the game Orlando because it's I don't know that they go does it alternate. I don't know Hawaiian next to in Passaic. I think I don't know why would anybody watching or playing? Do I think they should just I think they do this make it bigger like do a skills competition and like what they used to do on. Why will the sports or whatever where they do like they they play to onto? I don't know if their contract with them, but they do do something else. Because football is not a sport that you cannot. You gotta pay on dry. Gotta play. Nobody wants to be hit. Nobody wants to tackle. Nobody wants to guard. Anybody this foolish? It's just a foolish game at this point where the ratings they have five and six million people watch that they actually watch it all the way through gamble gamble. Pretty heavily on that game mistake game on that the third thing that I did not watch this is because it was on in the middle of the night was the finals in the Australians men's and women's women's was late Saturday late Friday night early Saturday morning men's was late Saturday night early Sunday morning. The winners. Naomi osaka. Who may well be a star. Naomi Osaka is the first. Person. I know I remember this because we talked about it on Friday. She is the first woman tennis player since Jennifer Capriati in two thousand one and this includes the entire career of Serena Williams, she is the first woman to after winning her first major make the finals in her next major like even Serena didn't do that. And serene is the greatest so she may be a star. I don't know. See maybe she'd be committed the I've no idea. She's a great players. Yes. Novak Djokovic who I think is a poser and a fraud. I have no feel for the wherever he's a great player. What I don't like about him is when you he's a great player. I don't think he's a star. I think the Dolon Federer's stars. I think Jovic is Larry Holmes. I think he's a guy who's going to amass a lot of titles and really big numbers and is not going to win the hearts and minds of people. And plus it's the Australian Open which is the least of the four, but let me get to this. Of this. When you run through the doll like laxative. Okay. I mean, you are killing this guy. It is three sets in a role like three three two or something like that. Don't hit the ground and do those stupid right phony gestures of great relief and triumph you killing this guy deck like you've been there before I don't like him. I mean, it's pretty clear from what I'm saying. I don't like him. I think he's a great player. He may very well surpass. He's got fifteen now he may surpass Federer and the doll Nidal's got the French and sort of in his pocket, but when you win seven or stralia opens doing something, but it's it's like the PGA. It's not pay attention. I still don't understand how you didn't see the soccer matches. It started right around when you're waking up. It. I don't share your your hatred for Djokovic. I mean in an I obviously dislike many people and disliked in kind by many people, just breezy. He I mean, he's he's just one a the huge. That is a big accomplishment a major championship..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on KCRW
"By name. Now. It's time for sports. Spoiler alert. This is a news show. We're going to have the results of the Australian Open mayo mayo soccer Japan has won the women's title at the dragon open defeating Petra Kavita and rumor has is a big football game of some sort next week in the United States Howard, Bryant of ESPN, the magazine and ESPN dot com joins us Howard. Thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. What do you mean you need a spoiler alert. You didn't you were up at three thirty in the morning to watch the women's championship. I was up at four thirty. And you know, there are people who complain when we put the results of a sports event in you know, on the news time. Yeah. Exactly. Well, you know, it's news not an auto in any event. No naomi. Osaka has followed a victory in the US open with his grand slam title, make sure number one of the world right now, doesn't it? First. Asian woman to be named number one in the world ever an amazing follow up to winning her first major back in September at the US open over Serena Williams. I women since two thousand one Jennifer Capriati to win the next two major following her. I go consecutively an incredible match. It wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't easy for her. At all considering the fact that she was upset and serving five three. I'm sorry receiving five three for the match and ended up having three match points. Lost them all ended up losing four straight games. And she showed a lot of hard for a twenty one year old to to finish off the match the way she did. And to to really come back in the third set and claim this championship was remarkable. And and tougher pitcher Kavita as well. This was a match that I really had. No, he didn't want to see anybody lose coming back from the knife attack that the patriots suffered in checked in the Czech Republic in two thousand sixteen. She didn't think she was ever gonna play tennis again. And it was just an amazing match between two champagnes. We got a note to a particular significance in Japan. Naomi? Osaka has become a national symbol there. She has mixed racial background. That's. Her Haitian father, Leonard who we never see we hear of him. We know he exists, but he he never sits in her box. Because he is so nervous to watch the match to see his daughter play that he sort of Rome's the stadium. He's never on camera. But he's always with her. And it's a fantastic story. God blessed fantastic story considering that this is one of the things that you look at what tennis. They did. At twenty years old eighteen years old people have been talking about her being a great player. Now, she's really backed it up, and it's also in this this tournament as well that Serena Williams had a five one lead against Klickovic in the quarter-finals to have a rematch with Asaka and Serena ended up losing that matchy injured her ankle in lost the next six games and lost the last match. That's the beauty of tennis. It's the reason why I love tennis so much. It's the reason why I love baseball. You can't run out the clock in this sports. Got you gotta get that. You gotta you gotta win. The final point you have to get the final out. Otherwise things can happen. Let's turn a little bit of that football game. Just a week away. The Rams are back in L A again against the patriots with what seems like their annual beer innocent of the Super Bowl. A lot of people though, still aren't over that controversial, no call of passion, her farance by officials in the NFC championship game between the Rams and the saints. And then also the officiating between in the patriots game with the the phantom roughing the passer call against with Tom Brady in the chiefs patriots game. It's a really interesting thing sky because you want to look at football and say that the sport is obviously in trouble for all the problems that it has aesthetically. Of course, it has problems. You can't tell what a catches you arguing about the the rules and the referees getting involved, but at the same time when you look at the revenue when you look at the excitement when you look at the interest, it's hard to say that the sport has a problem. But at the same time how you look at a championship game every year. We have these questions of these controversies at some point, maybe. You're going to start reviewing even pass interference calls. I can't imagine more conferences during football game. Do love or hate the patriots. I'm from Boston. I can't answer that. Oh, you can't answer it, which suggests you don't have. Well, I gotta respect Tom Brady Bill Belichick in that dynasty headed back for their knives. Through phenomenal accomplishment with that team has done Howard. Bryant of ESPN, the magazine and ESPN dot com. Thanks very much. Our talk pleasure. You're listening to weekend edition.
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Naomi osaka. Japan has won the women's title at the Australian Open defeating Petric Kavita. An rumor has a big football game of some sort of next week in the United States Howard variety of ESPN, the magazine and ESPN dot com joins us Howard. Thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. What do you mean you need a spoiler alert. You didn't you were up at three thirty in the morning to watch the women's championship four thirty. And you know, there are people who complain when we put the results of a sports event in you know, on the news. Yeah. Exactly. Well, you know, it's news not an auto in any event. No naomi. Osaka has followed her victory in the US open with his grand slam title, make sure number one of the world right now, doesn't it? First. Asian woman to be named number one in the world ever an amazing follow up to winning her first major back in September at the US open over Serena Williams first woman since two thousand one Jennifer Capriati to win the next two major following her. I said to go consecutively an incredible match. It wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't easy for her. At all considering the fact that she was upset and serving five three. I'm sorry receiving five three for the match and ended up having three match points. Lost them all ended up losing four straight games. And she showed a lot of heart for a twenty one year old to to finish off the match the way she did. And to to really come back in the third set and claim the championship was remarkable. And tougher pitcher Kavita is well, this was a match that I really had. No, he didn't want to see. See anybody lose coming back from the knife attack that the patriots suffered in checked in the Czech Republic in two thousand sixteen. She didn't think she was ever gonna play tennis again. And it was just an amazing match between two champions. We got a note to a particular significance in Japan. Naomi? Osaka has become a national symbol there. She has a mixed racial background. That's japan. Her Haitian father, Leonard who we never see we hear of him. We know he exists. But he he never sits in her box. Because he is so nervous to watch the match to see is daughter play that he sort of roams the stadium. He's never on camera. But he's always with her. And it's a fantastic story. God blessed fantastic story considering that. This is one of the things that you look at it with tenants. They did at twenty years old eighteen years old people have been talking about her being a great player. Now, she's really backed it up, and it's also in this this tournament is well that Serena Williams had a five one lead against plus Cova in the quarter-finals to have a rematch with Osaka. And Serena ended up losing that match. She injured her ankle in lost the next six games and lost the lost the match. That's the beauty of tennis. It's the reason why I love tennis. Oh much. It's the reason why I love baseball. You can't run out the clock in this sports. Got you gotta get that. You gotta you gotta win. The final point you have to get the final out otherwise things can happen. Let's turn a little bit of that football game. Just a week away. The Rams are back in L A again against the patriots with seems like their annual innocent in the Super Bowl. A lot of people though, still aren't over that. Controversial no, call passion interference by officials in the NFC championship game between the Rams and the saints. And then also the officiating between in the patriots game with the the phantom roughing the passer call against with Tom Brady in the chiefs patriots game. It's a really interesting thing Scott because you want to look at football and say that the sport is obviously in trouble for all the problems that it has aesthetically. Of course, it has problems. You can't tell what a catches you arguing about the the rules and the referees getting involved, but at the same time when you look at the revenue when you look at the excitement when you look at the interest, it's hard. To say that the sport has a problem. But at the same time, how do you look at a championship game every year? We have these questions of these controversies at some point. Maybe you're going to start reviewing even pass interference calls. I can't imagine more conferences during football game. Do love or hate the patriots. I'm from Boston. I can't answer that. Oh, you can't answer it, which suggests you don't have. Well, I you gotta respect Tom Brady. Bill Belichick in that dynasty headed back for their ninth through phenomenal accomplishment with that team has done Howard. Bryant of ESPN, the magazine and ESPN dot com. Thanks very much our talk now glacier. You're listening to.
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The results of the Australian Open. Naomi osaka. Japan has won the women's title at the Australian Open defeating Petric Kavita and rumor has there's a big football game of some sort next week in the United States Howard variety of ESPN, la- magazine and ESPN dot com joins us Howard. Thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. What do you mean you need a spoiler alert. You didn't you were up at three thirty in the morning to watch the women's championship that was up at four thirty. And you know, there are people who complain when we put the results of sports event in you know, on the news. Yeah. Exactly. Well, you know, it's news not an auto in any event. No naomi. Osaka has followed her victory in the US open with his grand slam title makes your number one of the world right now, doesn't it? First. Asian woman to be named number one in the world ever an amazing follow up to winning her first major back in September at the US open over Serena Williams first woman since two thousand one Jennifer Capriati to win the next two major following her. I go consecutively an incredible match. It wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't easy for her. At all considering the fact that she was upset and serving five three. I'm sorry receiving five three for the match and ended up having three match points. Lost them all ended up losing four straight games. And she showed a lot of hard for a twenty one year old to to finish off the match the way she did. And to to really come back in the third set and claim the championship was remarkable. And tougher pitcher Kavita is well, this was a match that I really had. No, you didn't want to say. See anybody lose coming back from the knife attack that the patriots suffered in check in the Czech Republic in two thousand sixteen. She didn't think she was ever gonna play tennis again. And it was just an amazing match between two champions. We got a note to particular significance in Japan. Naomi? Osaka has become a national symbol there. She has a mixed racial background. That's japan. Her Haitian father, Leonard who we never see we hear of him. We know he exists. But he he never sits in her box. Because he is so nervous to watch the match to see his daughter play that he sort of Rome's the stadium. He's never on camera. But he's always with her. And it's a fantastic story. God blessed fantastic story considering that. This is one of the things that you look at it. With tennis at twenty years old eighteen years old people have been talking about her being a great player. Now, she's really backed it up, and it's also in this this tournament is well that Serena Williams had a five one lead against Klickovic in the quarterfinals to have a rematch with Osaka. And Serena ended up losing that match. He injured her ankle lost the next six games and lost the last match. That's the beauty of tennis. It's the reason why I love tennis. Oh much. It's the reason why I love baseball. You can't run out the clock in this sport. Scott. You gotta get that. You gotta you gotta win. The final point you have to get the final out otherwise things can happen. Let's turn a little bit of that football game. Just a week away. The Rams are back in L A again against the patriots with what seems like their annual appearance in the Super Bowl. A lot of people though, still aren't over that controversial, no call of passion 'interference by officials in the NFC championship game between the Rams and the saints. And then also the officiating between in the patriots game with the the phantom roughing the passer call against with Tom Brady in the chiefs patriots game. It's a really interesting thing Scott because you want to look at football and say that the sport is obviously in trouble for all the problems that it has aesthetically. Of course, it has problems. You can't tell what a catches you arguing about the the rules and the referees getting involved, but at the same time when you look at the revenue when you look at the excitement when you look at the interest, it's hard. To say that the sport has a problem. But at the same time, how do you look at a championship game every year? We have these questions of these controversies at some point. Maybe you're going to start reviewing even pass interference calls. I can't imagine more conferences during football game. Do love or hate the patriots. I'm from Boston. I can't answer that. Oh, you can't answer it, which suggests you don't have. Well, I gotta respect Tom Brady Bill Belichick in that dynasty headed back for their knives. Through phenomenal accomplishment with that team has done Howard. Bryant of ESPN, the magazine and ESPN dot com. Thanks very much. Our pleasure. You're listening to weekend.
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Well, just when we thought we couldn't get a better guest than Goran Ivanisevic. Who do we find have brunch with in Melbourne, but Mary Carillo, Harry? Harry's. Oh, it's a joy. And we have so much to talk about we're coming towards the end of another Australian Open, but it has been I think an amazing tournament. What are you thinking? I've loved every every single day. There's been something. Nice to say visit as yeah. I mean, I mean for us the that. I mean, that's that's where we is bull cost is money, right? Telling the stories telling the new stories that people don't know about. And there've been a lot of those what's been your favorite. What do you walk away with? Well, it depends. What happens tomorrow? The women's final. I mean, I think. I think either way that's a that's one heck of a story. I hadn't realized how incredibly rare it is for first time slam winner to to win. The next lamb is never been done in the apron era in men's tennis. And the last time it was done in women's tennis two thousand one Jennifer Capriati it. Yeah. I mean, it's just not just doesn't happen. It's a long time between drinks. That's right. Yeah. Naomi oh going for the double major. Yeah. And she looks then he live visitors. It that's that's that's that's that's one of the biggest most overwhelmingly emotional comeback stories in sports short. And I just read this morning that she would be the oldest first time major winner. Twenty-eight Kerber was also that but she was a little older than than. Yeah. Not not not major number one. What the first time number one. Yeah. Kerber was twenty eight but she's a little bit older. How about that? That's a good one. If it's true. It's how how is visited the oldest anything? I know Coney was telling me yesterday that Petric of its repeal reminded me that she was one match away from willna, but one in twenty twelve when he exactly against Sharapova. Yes. And that's seven years. Yes. And five years since she won a title may not she's back in the hunt. It's an amazing source. She and which he's been through how about her press conference yesterday. When she when she was telling us that her doctor didn't even tell her. But in the second month, he was very worried that the that the scarred for very tight, and he wasn't sure the, you know, she'd be able to really come good. And I mean there was a chair, and she would never be able to play any kind of real tennis at all. She still has nine terrors. She's she. She still, you know, worries about her safety, and your she is about to walk on the stage with Mamiya Asaka. It's remarkable. It's great, and she so she has a sort of quiets unassuming strength, doesn't she SAPA? Yeah. You know, what I I've been listening to to the tennis podcast for the whole two weeks. And you keep talking about players that sort of disappoint in important ways. Not really like Griego, or and you know. There are players like or for me, like medicine keys. They have to grow fangs right? And I'm not an and you know, like someone like Serena someone like Rafa some like, I think cease about hasn't. He just couldn't show it against rougher last night. Cohe mean rhapsody has been silenced. But there are something. Like VERA, we were at the press conference and with Gregg man, he wasn't nearly as disappointed and angry and aggravated after losing so badly around. I can see the same Yvonne Lendl at that point of exactly I had my hand up and they switch to German. But that's what I wanted to ask him like at what point do you have a true autopsy of that match, and what will Yvonne say to you. And and and leave. Yeah. Jimmy needs fangs and you so then here's my question..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"And I really love the model the the New York Times followed here for anybody who's looking for the story. The headline is our women penalized more than men in tennis data on fines says, no, so that's, that's me. I'm surprised that wasn't discussed more because I, I actually did read a lot about this, not because I care at all about tennis, but because I was interested in this idea of women and men being treated differently, especially because of so much stuff that I've been hearing about the Seattle storm. Like there was a, I think, in eastern Washington bar where every TV had football playing and it was the storm championships, and somebody who's a partner of one of the players was denied her request to put the storm on one of the TV's because football was not always frost me if you're in the city where there's because I'm a soccer fan and soccer often gets pushed to the side too. But if you're in the city where your team is playing, I don't care what sport it is that sport should be on TV, especially a championship game. I, I agree with that, but I think more agree. GIS is this idea that women's sports are just not as interesting as men's. Does that hold true in tennis though? I think women's tennis is actually better more popular than I. I think that the women's tennis matches are far more interesting to watch because you can see I, it's, you can see like for me as somebody who loves them, play tennis. I can see the perfect form on the back. Can't I can I can just, I personally get a lot more intrinsic value and actually learn a lot more watching the women's game in the strategy that goes into it. Then just these guys out there to slam the ball back and forth the I mean, I realize we're getting all sorts of gender stereotypes, but you know, I like you know, Novak Djokovic and he's great and Roger Federer's God as far as I'm concerned. But apart from that, if it's just two random professional men's players in two random professional women's players, I would always watch the women's matches because I know it's just going to be better technically, and I'm going to appreciate it as somebody who loves tennis more. That's where I am. Sorry, we're probably gonna get tons of hate mail on this because we're dealing in stereotypes here to some extent that said, you know, that's. That's my. That's your random. Okay. How else are you supposed to have these conversations when the things themselves are inherently gendered? The split. That's true. You can't really talk about men's and women's tennis without. I mean, there isn't any there isn't any mixed. Your tennis ramp mixed up. Yeah. So at any rate, if you if you go back Serena's, gotten a raw deal throughout the US open, like dating back to Jennifer Capriati. Who was she was amazing. Never that? Yes. Yes. Like like the past? Yes. Like she's been two or three milestone moments where Serena has just gotten well, since we're on women's tennis, I had the pleasure last year of seeing a Billie Jean King speak at an event down and California. She's a, she's an amazing speaker was really fantastic. Very inspiring. Was just a namedrop or did you have something more to you. You've got Jennifer copy audio. It's like if you're gonna draw Jennifer copyright, I'm gonna drop somebody a little more substantial of substantial in women's tennis history. What are what are you saying about Jennifer? Capriati was amazing. She was fantastic player. Okay. Billy trae shin here. I know I understand basically got women paid an equal amount and tennis be women's tennis today, Todd, if there would be no, Jennifer, Capriati if there wasn't Billie Jean King. Yes, yes. In fact, you are still listening to geekwire. Can we move off the? Yes. All right. It is time to end the show. Thanks for sticking with the random channel is always truly random, Monica, nNcholas, Berg, John Cook. This has been fun until next time. I'm Todd Bishop. Thanks both for joining us. Thanks for having me. Thanks Todd, poke. You can find out much more at key choir dot com by everybody..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"I have. There's a lot of other comparisons. I mean, there's also that cartoon in the string. We'll get to that. We'll get to that. But here's the thing for me. I knocked Aaron Boone also, you know what I mean? Like I say, what confidence that I'm not the person that saying what is okay for man to behave like this, but women should be demure or anything like that. Now I'm not that dude also saw people make the comparison. John macaroni John macaroni used to lose it all the time, and we're like, oh, nobody gave John McEnroe like permission to do that. Nobody said that was cool. You can go check the stories, Arthur, ash, John McEnroe in the way, Arthur ash respond in Davis Cup stuff to the way the John McEnroe behave and John McEnroe got himself point penalties, and game penalties and stuff like that for the way that he behaved like that compare that particular comparison doesn't hold. But at the same time, Serena was not anywhere near the level of misbehavior. John McEnroe would have. So like even feel like our comparisons that people are going for, don't necessarily seem to fit what the circumstances and situations work and then is gay pointed out. The next level that makes this difficulty is if you do want to offer a measure of criticism toward Serena Williams, somebody always gotta take it too far right? Because when it comes to Serena Williams, it's rarely ever just about her. It is about which she represents to the person that is discussing her in in that case, you talk about the cartoon from the Australian paper that had her with the big cartoon lips and jumping up and down and everything else, which by the way was not in line with what her behavior was even after things gone terribly like that is not an appropriate comparison for what was going on here. So it because just hard is held. It's all about it because I don't know how many people are actually talking about what happened on the court because I feel like if you're really talking about what happened on the court, Serena has had a long stretch of problems at the US open. She's had these problem. Tmz at this turnament from the horrible calls in two thousand four against Jennifer Capriati, which is in line with the leave on Hernandez game in baseball, is that poor level of officiating the things you talked about one to shove at tennis ball down the lines person's throat. Remember that when we had that situation that crazy footfall call, she got wants where she lost a match. They called footfall on match point against her in that, and then we get to what is going on here is not as though she's only had like, this is the first time something's happened at the US open. That seemed to be gigantic. Part of what was going on with this issue is that. Is more. I guess that's the thing for me is that no matter the one thing that you wanna point to that was going on with her. There was more. And once somebody gets to a place where it's not about who they are, it's simply about what they represent. People tend to miss out on what the more is in what the levels are to be discussed. You're like, I had questions about it where people said that the you know where people talked about. Well, the issue is that men are allowed to behave like this in women are not allowed to behave like this. I personally don't watch enough tennis to be able to give you a really good comparison to the way she was treated versus other people. And I also feel like a lot of the people who are talking about this also don't watch enough tennis to have a full answer for what that is because they're dropping in and watching it when it Serena like we do the same thing with Tiger Woods. We're not really watching that much golf, but we watch tiger right. I'm not knocking anybody for that..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"But this thing escalated after she broke racket and she didn't break breaker wack because of the coaching thing sheep, she had led Asaka back into the second set. She just played a dreadful game. And again, that's why keeps saying most of these wounds were self inflicted and it's not like we haven't seen this from her at the open before and big moments. Yeah, but Eddie glide did the escalation perhaps happened because she has perhaps been victim of subtle sexes. Som or being handled differently than perhaps men on the courts pretending to these sort of issues that surround the game. Is that pulse -solutely? I don't think any tennis woman. This player in the country in the world has been subject to the kind of scrutiny that Serena Williams has been has been subjected to. Let's put some context with it might not only in terms of the US open, you know, this stuff better than I do, but we know the event with the match against Jennifer Capriati and the way she was treated right. We know in terms of the French Open with Venus with Venus and this same judge accusing Venus, being coached and Venus, having to tell the same judge. I'm thirty six years old. I don't cheat right. And then there's the coach even Serena's coach saying in the interview, yes, I was coaching, but so was Naomi's coach coaching. Right? So there was this moment and of course arena plays with emotion. I think she's the greatest of all time in this sport. This is the equivalent of throwing Leib. LeBron James out in game seven, and if a Rev did that right? Everybody would be like, what the hell are you doing in this moment? So this is one of the greatest tennis players that we've ever seen. Right literally get having a hard time with Naomi Asaka. Let's see this. I the for not only first Japanese woman to re- to win the US open, but the first Haitian woman to win the US open. She was having a hard time, but we've seen Serena, bounce back. There was a mental breakdown. I think I think the unpire overstepped, overstepped his bounds. But I also think Serena's absolutely justified in in standing up for herself. She should have got herself back together, I think in order to play the game, but she was absolutely justified. And I think every young girl in this country who saw it should look up to her in that moment and stand up for themselves and not be disciplined by how they're supposed to behave in those moments. Eddie I said before, no one has celebrated her journey in her accomplishment more than I do. It doesn't mean she wasn't online the other day and you know, you could go broke in this world getting involved with race and gender issues, especially if you're white guy. Okay. But all I know is you just referenced it. I kept hearing this racial afterwards. We'll wait the young woman at the other end of the court is of Haitian and Japanese descent, and the fact is when you look at what happened to her, that I'll give you an analogy, your sports fan. Eddie Draymond green a couple years ago in the NBA finals knew that if he did one more thing, got one more technical, he was going to get suspended. He did one more thing. He got suspended, it costs the warriors a championship that year against LeBron James. All I'm saying is this is the greatest champion in the history of women's tennis, and she had to know where she was after she broke that racket and she didn't. And she seemed shocked that the guy took a game and. Away from her when he called her what she called him a liar. And that's it. I think she was justified. I think you're right as as an elite athlete. She had to get herself together in order to play the game, but I understand exactly hurry motion her anger. And I think she's absolutely right might to point out the very gendered way in which she was responded to. And I think I think we need to be, I think we need to be mindful of that and moving forward as young women play sport as they encounter the gender way in which they're treated, how they're supposed to comport themselves, whether it's with the catsuit, whether how she's dressed, how she's play, how she plays her physical stature, she'd needs to defend herself and she took it upon herself at that moment, justified or not to do so, and I celebrate her vs..
"jennifer capriati" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Of sixteen after beating steffi graf in iran sanchezvicario to win the gold medal ten in tennis at the barcelona games in nineteen ninetytwo really honored to have her here i know she has hit some personal hurdles on her way here but we are glad to see her all right look here's the deal if you're ever on the cover of a magazine a national magazine at thirteen it's going to go downhill there's just no way around it asked leeann roms we know we know how this turns out and so fortunately jennifer capriati has had some tough times but she was also that magazine cover was on my wall and my house because i wanted to be her i thought if i can just get my backhand to do like little tiny jennifer with her five head that's what we say here around the podcast you group like all jamie's missing his a backhand and she would be a wimbledon jordan gordon levitt is told me that several times jennie garth is also here tonight she won twice in the mid nineties for her portrayal of kelly taylor on ninety two oh and really it's the only ginny in the history of the pageant to ever spell her name j e n n i e which is very controversial very controversial blazer real trailblazer lastly jamie a jennifer hudson user tonight in honor of her win in two thousand seven for formats in dreamgirls until she's also performing her legendary rendition of an telling you i'm not going later in the evening but just for the nominated jennifer so that's a really exciting event for people look forward i love that she's just going to do it in a room of sex and just be like in the back and that jennifer aniston will probably be the best i think it's part of the competition right who cannot look awkward at gentlemen men while she's singing i'm told that's the most important part of the competition seems it seems like it would be for sure he has a quick break talk about one of our new sponsors and kind so quick question have you ever tried a kind bar.