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"kaia kanepi" Discussed on WTOP
"Damage. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by maximus, moving people and technology forward, and we turn things over to Diane Roberts. We are going to start with tennis because local favorite Frances tiafoe is playing in the French Open, the 12th ranked high school natives match against Philip crash in crash, just got started a short time ago, tiafoe was down 30 to love and then he served two straight aces right now. We are just tied advantage tiafoe. We'll keep you posted. Early in Novak Djokovic advanced to the second round with straight set wins. Over American Alexander Kovacic. He's looking for a men's record 23rd Grand Slam title at Roland Garros. On the women's side, Sloane Stephens won her opening match over two time major finalist Karolina Pliskova, Madison keys of improved her career record in the first round of majors to 35 and 5 when she peat when she beat kaia kanepi. And in her post match news conference, she was talking about her friendship with tiafoe, who jokingly calls her mom because he used to watch her on TV growing up. He's 25 and she is wait for it 28. They're hilarious. Maryland terrapins men's baseball team finds out next hour who are they going to play in the NCAA tournament. They earned an automatic birth after winning their first ever Big Ten championship beating Iowa for nothing. The Nats lost to the royals last night in Kansas City three two Orioles host of Cleveland guardians at one O 5 this afternoon. They won last night beating the rangers three two. And not much better than game 7s in sports, we're gonna have one tonight the Celtics host the heat looking to finish off their epic comeback tonight. They are just a fourth team in NBA history to erase a three zero deficit in a best of 7 series. I'm Ryan Roberts. WTO sports and coming up on WTO, President Biden lays a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier as America observes Memorial Day. It's 1156. When they're investigating
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on WTOP
"55. Sports had 25 and 55. Powered by maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Let's go to Diane Roberts. Well, good morning, and it is a French Open Monday Serb Novak Djokovic advanced to the second round of the French Open today with stray set wins over American Alexander kovacevic. For the first time in a long time, a quarter of a century to be exact the French Open will not feature either Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer, Joker is looking for a men's record 23rd Grand Slam title at Roland Garros. On the women's side, Sloane Stephens helped American women go for the first few hours of play on day two of the tournament by winning her opening match 6 O 6 four over the two time major finalist Karolina. Madison keys a semifinalist at Roland Garros in 2018 beat kaia kanepi 6 one three 6 6 one on Monday to improve her career record in the first round of majors to 35 and 5. The nationals lost to the royals last night in Kansas City three two. They remain on the West Coast tonight for a meeting with the Dodgers, the Orioles host the Cleveland guardians at one O 5 this afternoon. And the Maryland airplanes best baseball team finds out next hour who they're going to play in the NCAA tournament. They earned an automatic birth after winning the first ever Big Ten championship beating Iowa for nothing and in women's soccer. The Washington spirit ended last night's game with New Jersey, New York off FC and a one one draw at Audi field. Next up for them, they play racing Louisville FC Saturday at Audi field in the team's annual pride night match. I'm dying Roberts, WTO sports. Thanks for that coming up on WTO, a local teen is dead after triple shooting this weekend details ahead. It's ten
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Incorrect, Kim Chris wins zone. Chris. I'm not on the list. Nowhere near nowhere near the list. Can I tell you the other players I was thinking about? Yes. Redeem yourself. I was thinking Simona Halep, but I think there might be a bit early for her. No, Simona Halep would also have been an incorrect answer, Chris. What about. Sara errani on my list? So ironic. Yeah, sorry, irani number 6 in the rankings. And one more player in the top ten. No one got any ideas. We've spoken about her recently, actually, petrova. It's not but portrayer is on the list at number 12. I was talking about whose number four in the rankings, agnieszka, rad vanska. Oh, that is bad. We should have got that. She's been everywhere this week. So you could have had I was trying to think he got to the slam fire. I'll go from one to 20. You could have had Azarenka, Sharapova, Serena Williams, advanced Kerber, irani, Lee nar, Petra kvitova, Sam Stosur, Caroline wozniacki, Marion Bartoli, Nadia petrova, and Ivanovich, Maria kirilenko, Dominika cibulkova, Roberta Vinci, Lucy savage, Julia gerges, kaia kanepi, and the final one macro rover of Russia. Now which macaroni was that is that the one who's playing now? The older. That would make sense. Not the one with the same name, who they like the year of birth. But ask where the inspiration came for this bonjour. This seems rather unusual. I don't know, I just felt, you know, 2012, it was the time that tennis was in London for the Olympics and for me that was a very fun year on the tour. There were lots of big names on the WTA Tour and I just wanted to relive past glories. Excellent. I quite like those. Memory lanes. Yeah. Excellent. I love it. And although I lost, I think we both did pretty well. So well done us. Let's have a look at what's in the mailbag this week, because we have got a lovely email from David, who has asked us, hi guys, it seems like a lot more players are withdrawing from matches and tournaments and getting injured. What do you think is behind this? So quite an interesting and thought provoking question from David. Thank you for getting in touch. Joel, let's start with you. What do you think might be the reason for the well, the seeming increase in withdrawals? Because it does seem to be quite a lot these days, isn't there? Yeah, I think first of all, I think just the game in general has got a lot more physical, particularly on the men's tour and I think that physicality. There's been ushered in bi players like by like Rafa Nadal. I think has led to more led to more withdrawals and injuries. I also think that there's just loads of tennis on the calendar. And I feel like some players might feel pressured into playing events whether that's for sponsorship or for prize money or ranking points and again, they might not necessarily be fully fit. The season is January to November. It is very, very long. And putting so much wear and tear and pressure on your body, considering the court surfaces as well. It's not very forgiving and I think if you don't pick your schedule and know your limitations that we've seen the big players, I think, especially do over the years, thinking about Andy Murray and how he picks and chooses events. I think it can, it can get very demanding on you very, very quickly. And again, I think that's another reason why we're seeing, I think, more injuries in generally. Yeah, and also I was thinking, maybe players are just better aware of when they should reach their limits and call it a bit of a day, whereas before they might have just wanted to have plowed on, but there's a bit more of a self care attitude like when they do get to that point and they're not feeling great. It's like actually I need to look after my body and maybe that's a healthier attitude when you do find that there's issues. Maybe it's a post COVID thing, more germs going around, like that we're not already immune to because we're not traveling for a while. I don't know. There's the whole load of things. A lot of sponsorship activity, of course, as well. Like you mentioned, there's a lot more demands. Chris, what do you think? What's your what's your two penne on this? Why do you think that there might be more withdrawals than normal, more injuries, perhaps happening? Yeah, I think a lot of players didn't really take an off season in the traditional way. We've seen a lot more activity that is taken to the sponsorship. There's a lot more money on the line, a lot more kind of pressures to be on the court as much as possible. Something that struck me about this about this question particularly, some of the quotes from players about the tennis balls they've been playing with having lots of difficulties with them, especially when it's come to their wrists and Medvedev was very vocal on this this week. And I think he didn't really want to be one of those players that moans about the balls.
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brian shook Now this Bloomberg sports update the Yankees are down 33 and 13 on the season in 16 and 6 on the road after a two zero win over the Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg Florida Jameson Taiwan raises his record to 5 and one stopping the rays on just two hits over 8 innings with 5 strikeouts clay Holmes pitched a perfect 9th to get his 6th save both of the Yankee runs came in the fourth inning on solo home runs by newly acquired Matt Carpenter and glaber tourists off of Tampa Bay starter and loser Jeffrey springs While Matt's opened a weekend series against Philadelphia at Citi Field beating the Phillies 8 6 a big game for Pete Alonso a double a home run and four runs batted in Alonso now leads the major leagues in RBIs with 45 vow his 12 home runs Carlos Carrasco gets the win and is now 5 and one with Edwin Diaz getting his 11th save The mets had a 7 zero lead but the Phillies made things interesting getting 6 in the 6th inning highlighted by Garrett Stubbs three run Homer But Miami Heat force a game 7 in the NBA eastern finals beating Boston one 11 one O three in game 6 The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach darvin ham to be their new head coach It's a four year deal and replaces Frank Vogel who was fired National Hockey League playoffs Colorado events as to the Western Conference Finals beating St. Louis three to two to take their second round series four games to two Low rangers host Carolina later tonight at 8 p.m. and need a victory to avoid elimination as the hurricanes lead that series three games to two At the French Open 18 year old kokon gough the youngest remaining woman in the draw reaching the fourth round beating who had been the oldest remaining woman kaia kanepi at 36 in straight sets On the men's side 19 year old Carlos algae reached the fourth round with a win over 21 year old American Sebastian corda with a Bloomberg sports.
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"My colleague, then vomit had a chance to sit down with Amelie mauresmo, the term director of Roland Garros. And we're going to take a listen today. But before we get there, we're talking about the French Open. Let's take a look at the draw. Let's take a look at what's happening and what do we think is going to unfold here over the next two weeks. We've got Wawrinka coming back off of injury, showing just how difficult it is to come play a Grand Slam. Not having a lot of matches on your belt. Same with Chicago. Coming in, not a lot of matches. Got taken down by a young French man. Osaka would probably the toughest draw of a mall had to play Amanda nissin over the player who has been there before in the first round. And so I not having a lot of matches. Maybe not having confident on being confident on the court. And plan Amanda, who won a best young ball struggles on tour. Proof of an ugly combination. And if you recall, we had several players in the previous podcast about who's the one player who was unseated that when the draw comes out, you hope you don't play. In the first round. And it was kaia kanepi. And garbine muguruza got a little bit of taste of that. Katie vary nets. When I congratulate her on getting the American wildcard to the French Open and actually getting the win, proving that she was worthy and did deserve it. And on the men's side, our last French Open, where we get to get to see sanga. He had a tough draw we had to play Catherine in the first round, not the kind of player you want to play in your very first first round in your last French Open. But we want to wish them well. We want to say farewell to a giant,.
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And another quarterfinal match in the women's raw topsy to actually Barney moves on to the semis with a dominating trait said win over 21st ranked American Jessica pegula Coming up later 7 sea ego fiance is taking on kaia kanepi in another quarterfinal match The NFL network reports that saints said coach Sean Payton is stepping away up to 16 years in New Orleans The 58 year old could take a job in broadcasting as networks have shown considerable interest Finally the ravens and head coach John Harbaugh are closing in on a contract extension as a 59 year old heads into the final year of his current deal Arbo has built the ravens for 14 seasons and has made the playoffs at 9 of those years I'm the enforcement that your Bloomberg world sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com The Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash Hi everybody 17 minutes past the hour We update markets every 15 minutes on Bloomberg radio So a stealth rally earlier this morning it looked like we would be mixed to slightly lower but the hanxing index is now up about 9 tenths of 1% We're seeing technology rebound in the Hong Kong market hang tank tech index up 1.8% Tencent is up one and two thirds percent Alibaba up a little more than 1% The CSI 300 is up two thirds of 1% and we see gains in Taiwan in Singapore and also in Seoul The one market that is lagging behind is Tokyo the nikkei off about a third of a percent but that's so well off the worst levels of the day You have to say that the yield on the ten year treasury the bond market the treasury bond market is pretty steady here And also looking at the dollar it's also pretty steady The Bloomberg median forecast for interest rate hikes this year at the moment is three and so everybody would be watching traders be looking to see how hawkish the fed sounds in the fight against high inflation Both over the rate hikes and then really what happens with holding a treasury Do they go so far as to make some comments about quantitative tightening or do they put that off in which case the markets would probably rally All right that is a check of markets the time now 18 and a half minutes past the hour Let's get to it back through San Francisco for news All right thank you very much Brian China is now offering Hong Kong help to ramp up mass testing to try and blunt the home across outbreak Critics in Hong Kong are now saying that the quarantine facilities have become a spreading ground for COVID.
"kaia kanepi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pretty simple It's an information molecule Everything else has been used for vaccines We current have been dramatically more complex than this This is a pure information molecule And if you get it safely administered our self know what to do with it they make the antigen that's needed to cause their im to attack any kind of threat including the respiratory virus that we're going after So I think the technology is actually lending itself to deployment globally Doctor Rafael I'm looking at your shares Moderna share is up more than 890% since the end of March last year There's been a huge surge of money into the pharmaceutical industry on the heels of the mRNA advancements and also because there does seem to suddenly be more money for vaccines How much is this going to be consistent that more money will continually be deployed to vaccine development at a time when traditionally this has really seen a dearth of investment Well you're making a good observation in that remarkably the most effective pharmaceutical company which is actually our own immune system that we carry around with every single day Take more lives It stopped like more viruses And it's within us And yet historically we have no real access to being able to use it on our behalf And so occasionally people of their own vaccines over decades of work And that's why it's been the backwaters of the pharma industry I'm very pleased to see that people have seen a proof of concept of what vaccines can do They're innately powerful if you know how to control them And so I think that that money is not just kind of following a short term opportunity but recognizes a real shift in what's possible in our effective our immigration I should also say that another phenomenon is driving that I think the capital that has to do with a shift in its industry from being a rather probabilistic shock ongoing we call it in the industry kind of almost lottery where you've been on a lot of different drugs and maybe one or two out of a 50 naked Versus a gradually more deterministic activity By that I don't mean that everything we do will work But that we should expect many things if not most to work that's just a question of iterating and learning and making better and better products That is not been the investment thesis of the pharmaceutical industry And so I think would be the beginning stages of where this begins to look more like tech and less like this complicated speculative activity that BioTech has been for the 35 years I've been in it Interesting Mister Alfie and it's great to catch up Let's continue this conversation another time There went in on how much that industry is set to change Tom we thought the world would change radically 11 months ago when we had that efficacy data in and around November It was set to open the road open the waiter easterly supply chain issues The world would reopen and Tom It's not quite happen that way has it What I would say John is my amateur study of a lot of pandemics Frankly going back you know hundreds and hundreds of years they always take longer to end That's a great common theme And there's a rationalization to use a baseball metaphor somewhere in shortstop around third base whatever John and football the last 70 minutes on It just goes on forever Sometimes in markets though Thomas you know you don't necessarily need things to get better You just need them to stop getting worse Is that where we are right now that I think that I think so 1% From New York City this morning radio on TV This is Bloomberg I'm Danny klepper with an exclusive BNP Paribas open up Dave for Bloomberg TV and radio from tennis channel Two American stars were the headline makers on day one at Indian Wells What were you as open champion Sloane Stephens was pushed all the way by Britain's Heather Watson before punching her ticket into the second round After a slow start the 2017 winner in New York had to fight back from a set down before eventually getting across the finish line and just under three hours on stadium one Up next for her a first career meeting with compatriot Jesse pakula Later Madison keys blasted kaia kanepi off the court in the opening set that lasted just 15 minutes And despite a more competitive second set the former finalists that flushing Meadows moved on to set up a meeting with Anastasia pavlyuchenkova and round two And don't forget Dennis channel's daily live coverage from the California desert hits the air at one p.m. eastern I'm Danny klopping jerk.