20 Burst results for "Lindsay Davenport"

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Body Serve

The Body Serve

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Body Serve

"Monica's absence has left just a barren like you said martinez calling it in seven years. You'd think i i lived through it in real time. I thought it was pretty grank. It's very unkind to people like nevada martinez and mary. Joe fernandez was still sanchez-vicario who i was one of truly one of the best players of the first few decades of the wta. There's no argument. You could make the argument that her career more so than steffi's was aided by monica stabbing. That is something. I will accept. But it's not like the tours of in the meantime you've got this rivalry that produce some of the greatest finals in women's tennis history during this time but back to stuffy. She was dealing with a ton of injuries. And ninety seven ninety eight when the no slams is still only in her late twenties and we reached nineteen ninety nine and she gets the french open final. Little did she know the the for cau- the pullover that she was about to enter but beats the young martina hangers for the french open crown and it is her. Last grand slam reaches the final at wimbledon loses to lindsay davenport. And that's all she wrote shocks the world really by retiring so young for her personally. She had had enough. She said she was going to play through the end of the year and then she had to retire. Imagine was like why. Am i still doing this. Weimer still travelling tournaments. I really do not want to do this. And that sense of clarity led her to be like i'm out for folks on the outside looking in myself. I like to think that she saw the landscape and was like i'm not dealing with this. I with serena Have had to deal with overcoming christian martinez the start of my career dealt with all comers throughout my career and no this new generation is bubbling.

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Lisa Raymond on setting her own agenda

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:58 min | 4 months ago

Lisa Raymond on setting her own agenda

"All right lisa. Raymond welcomed tennis dot com podcasts. It is awesome to have you. Thank you guys for having me so much. Where in the world are you. Let's let's start with that hotel room. I know that shocking to people but Actually in baton rouge louisiana right now been working for the past year with alec and My old coach Andy brandy is the head men's tennis co-chair lsu and kinda long story but We're actually bringing them on To be part of the team so we're here Doing some training with him and he he's going to be a part of our team moving forward and It's been awesome. Been here almost two weeks now. And it's going to be one of our training bases now rally which is going to be great so So yeah that's why we're in baton rouge andy brandy the andy brandy as andy brandy. Yes very familiar to me names. There's only one. Andy randy will ever be one handy brandy so you love them or hate him and i've always loved them. It's true you either have these. Andy it's either. You have this unreal relationship with andy or you. Don't you know and he'd be the first to admit that he. Andy me the iranian. You know he'd be the first to be like you know. It just isn't working or at works and andy. I hit it off from the time. I was seventeen when i went to school. Went to florida and You know if there's one person in my career that i have. I owe pretty much everything to because of that foundation he built. It's handy so yeah absolutely. Oh that's amazing. You don't really hear very often. I guess sometimes you can hear about a player that can just have a very. That's i mean that's a lifelong relationship. Lifelong yeah but yeah. I mean he Again i mean he. I coached he coach me throughout my pro career on and off the end And then like. I said i mean he's family. I mean him and his wife and his son i mean we were just over there the other night for dinner and and hadn't seen them forever haven't seen as whites and it was just like yesterday. I mean they're just near and dear and Just really really special people. Were you always gonna jump into coaching. I think he finished up in two thousand fifteen th us open with madison keys as your last partner and then she would have been your first pupil in a way is that was that. Always the plan when you're playing. No it wasn't at all. I'm just kinda just happened Very good friends with lindsay davenport. And so lindsey was coaching mass in at the time and lindsay still playing two thousand fifteen and lindsay was just like look. I just. I can't really do this fulltime. Would you be interested in of coming on You know traveling with her some weeks if it didn't interfere with your doubles. Maybe you guys could place in doubles. It'd be great for her. And and so i was like yeah sure like you know it just. I hadn't really ever really thought about it. And then i did. I did think about it. And and i loved it. I love I love coaching. And i love just kind of Being part of a team in our party why. I probably did so well in doubles because i love being out there with somebody but So for me it was like a great segue from retiring. Because i literally went from the us open finishing my last match to five days later. I was in quebec city with madison. So it was like. I never really like had to put my rackets down and sit and be like oh my god. I'm retired here so see us do. That's kind of how just kinda leads dad. And and then. I took a break from coaching. And then allie. Approach me with this opportunity and jumped out. I mean least technically. You're not retired. You played last year. This is true this is true. This is true. Technically twenty thirteen was not your last match to good point and i plan on the i. I've got a few goals out there. That i still wanna possibly achieve so i So yeah so. I just to get in better shape. Get my butt out there and hitting a little bit more and But yeah no. I'm not totally retired. I guess you could say the one thing. I do want to bring to light. You said that you wanna get in better shape You went through a phenomenal transformation last year. And you still looked incredible. So thank you. Tell us about that. Because i remember kind of last year in colorado was the first time that being you kind of really got to know each other news mean from the last time i had seen. It's a different person. Well thank you. Thank you for saying that and Know it was. Just i have to i truly i hate to say it but i so much. Unit to allie. You know what. When i got to the upper take with her just kind of really took a look in the mirror and realize that you know i was just not happy with me how i was feeling and what i was doing and And as a coach. I just felt like too. It's like i need. I wanted her to be able to look at me and be like okay. We'll look what she's doing or look how good she looks. You know as far as fitness. And she's working her butt off you know and and I basically said you know. Look my fitness. 'cause she's a man you know i mean she's a she's unreal shape and under athlete and she loves her fitness. I was like help me with my fitness in my eating and unger out take care of your tennis and she was on raw the program she put me on. You know she was tough on me too. And i needed i needed to be pushed. I needed to know somebody to kind of guide me a little bit with my eating and and whatnot. And i mean she just she'd Her support was everything. And and then you know it was like i like how you just you see like little changes and you want more you want more and you start feeling good and i had goals and yeah i mean it was just one of the best things i've ever done and i just feel that still healthier and she'll good about myself you know so. So yeah i mean. I allies boot camp

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Lisa Raymond on setting her own agenda

The Tennis.com Podcast

04:05 min | 4 months ago

Lisa Raymond on setting her own agenda

"All right lisa. Raymond welcomed tennis dot com podcasts. It is awesome to have you. Thank you guys for having me so much. Where in the world are you. Let's let's start with that hotel room. I know that shocking to people but Actually in baton rouge louisiana right now been working for the past year with alec and My old coach Andy brandy is the head men's tennis co-chair lsu and kinda long story but We're actually bringing them on To be part of the team so we're here Doing some training with him and he he's going to be a part of our team moving forward and It's been awesome. Been here almost two weeks now. And it's going to be one of our training bases now rally which is going to be great so So yeah that's why we're in baton rouge andy brandy the andy brandy as andy brandy. Yes very familiar to me names. There's only one. Andy randy will ever be one handy brandy so you love them or hate him and i've always loved them. It's true you either have these. Andy it's either. You have this unreal relationship with andy or you. Don't you know and he'd be the first to admit that he. Andy me the iranian. You know he'd be the first to be like you know. It just isn't working or at works and andy. I hit it off from the time. I was seventeen when i went to school. Went to florida and You know if there's one person in my career that i have. I owe pretty much everything to because of that foundation he built. It's handy so yeah absolutely. Oh that's amazing. You don't really hear very often. I guess sometimes you can hear about a player that can just have a very. That's i mean that's a lifelong relationship. Lifelong yeah but yeah. I mean he Again i mean he. I coached he coach me throughout my pro career on and off the end And then like. I said i mean he's family. I mean him and his wife and his son i mean we were just over there the other night for dinner and and hadn't seen them forever haven't seen as whites and it was just like yesterday. I mean they're just near and dear and Just really really special people. Were you always gonna jump into coaching. I think he finished up in two thousand fifteen th us open with madison keys as your last partner and then she would have been your first pupil in a way is that was that. Always the plan when you're playing. No it wasn't at all. I'm just kinda just happened Very good friends with lindsay davenport. And so lindsey was coaching mass in at the time and lindsay still playing two thousand fifteen and lindsay was just like look. I just. I can't really do this fulltime. Would you be interested in of coming on You know traveling with her some weeks if it didn't interfere with your doubles. Maybe you guys could place in doubles. It'd be great for her. And and so i was like yeah sure like you know it just. I hadn't really ever really thought about it. And then i did. I did think about it. And and i loved it. I love I love coaching. And i love just kind of Being part of a team in our party why. I probably did so well in doubles because i love being out there with somebody but So for me it was like a great segue from retiring. Because i literally went from the us open finishing my last match to five days later. I was in quebec city with madison. So it was like. I never really like had to put my rackets down and sit and be like oh my god. I'm retired here so see us do. That's kind of how just kinda leads dad. And and then. I took a break from coaching. And then allie. Approach me with this opportunity and jumped out. I mean least technically. You're not retired. You played last year. This is true this is true. This is true. Technically twenty thirteen was not your last match to good point and i plan on the i. I've got a few goals out there. That i still wanna possibly achieve so i So yeah so. I just to get in better shape. Get my butt out there and hitting a little bit more and But yeah no. I'm not totally retired. I guess you could say

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

07:06 min | 8 months ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"What's happening? ? Interesting year I'd say. . Let's <hes> make sense out of tennis in. . Late. . August two, thousand , twenty. . Where to begin here because usually we do these things and we <hes> well, , you know in Cincinnati Sheila and the week before that, , she looked why she's coming off a Wimbledon fourth-round. . I got nothing here. . I. . Mean. . We're I. . Guess You know what? ? Let's. . Let's start with. . Let's start with social justice is a moving target but obviously, , we're doing this on Thursday when there is no tennis at the tennis center mostly because of Naomi socket you let's just. . I think Reagan outpaced by news you to. . Top line outs. . Just amazed at this young lady and how she has really. . Grown into the person and the leader that she is I mean we saw her two years ago, , John Win, a , US Open under controversial circumstances almost crying when she got the trophy not the happy tears by the way <hes> we saw her not comfortable in the spotlight. . And we've seen her truly in this past year really just blossom into this amazing leader and I, , you know I think we thought that it was possible but I didn't think at this young age in her early twenties that she would be the type of player person who would be leading our sport and it's amazing to see. . We haven't had player willing to sacrifice really willing to. . Do whatever necessary for the greater good and look past. . Oh by tennis or my match or anything else <hes> put all of that ahead to make a bigger impact in it's amazing. . I. . Mean Honestly yesterday as all these stories kept coming through <hes> I was getting the chills and then she was just amazing just doesn't this is important and you know what happened. . It forced that forced it allowed me to bring it up with my young kid something that maybe that I don't know what would have happened I'm talking to a six year old about why this is going on in the world and a lot of that is because of nine soccer. . I think too that she had a lot of people within tennis scrambling. . And someone said to me, , I do radio shows lead said, , well, isn't , she the highest paid female athlete and Michael Do? ? That is like, , yeah, , all the more reason for her not to do like since when does that cut your way of anything that makes it all the more <hes> impressive that many business relationships that she needs to keep in mind I <hes>. . Did you have any insight what brought this on mean you know there's she gives it here. . She's self identified. . There's boyfriend there's yolks he was in Minneapolis. . You any insight as to what? ? Spurred us. . Not. . Really you know I was fascinated during the pandemic lockdown about hearing in. . About her going to Minnesota and being willing. . To take such a strong stand honestly during a pandemic and we have so many crazy things going on right now and I was I remember thinking wow, , that is really remarkable from her. . And then when this all came about. . You know my first reaction was well, , I can't believe it, , and then about five minutes later I'm like, , yeah good for her and you know the the support of everybody in the tennis world from what I've seen so far at least on social media and other platforms, , it's remarkable and I think that everybody knows. . Now I mean we've had players in the seventies, , lead us and be willing to sacrifice, , and be will link to walk away and willing to fight for the greater. Good. . . A lot of that kind of went away and there was. . All of a sudden, , you get a player again that's like, , nope, , this is way more important than my tennis or anything else. . I think that <hes> she she had the respect of everyone the tennis world she's now earned it from you know other people around the world. . And all this is in the context of a major seventy, , two hours away and nobody's going anywhere. . Everybody's going. . You've thought like give it was going to fly to a different destination I mean she's doing this when everybody is in. . Lockdown <hes>. . Where are you? ? If there's a continuum here? ? We have this among our colleagues. . Some people say, , this is not this is reckless come back in twenty twenty one and other people say shows got to go on we don't even need. . This bubble where are you sort of in the? ? Spectrum. . You know when I first heard about these kind of plans these in I think it was about may of us Ta's maybe thinking about doing it in a bubble and I remember going wow, , that's crazy. I . can't believe that you've got all these people find him from all over the world. . It's not as simple as everyone based in the states and figuring this out then each step of the way, , everything nope this is going to be fine players can fly in from overseas. . This is what we have organized is now hearing from players that are in this bubble for like the last two weeks hearing from people that are playing in the Cincinnati. Tournament . in New York <hes>. . If, , I were current player and I was experiencing that I don't think I'd play outside bubble now. . They're talking about you know Rome <unk> minute robes out some kind of paper that going over their rules where they strongly the players don't go out to eat. . Yes. . That should be a rule I mean that's the kind of the behavior that could really bring down tournaments I mean unfortunately, if , you WANNA play, , you're going to have to really kind of be in a bubble and. . You WanNa make sure everyone else around you is also though in a bubble so you don't pick it up from them or from their coach from their hidden partner from their trainer. . So I think this this tournament can these tournaments continue to go through without anything crazy happening with no really positive results in the virus not spreading and then the US being able to contain it. . I don't see how you don't. . I. . Don't see how you can play not in a bubble for the rest of of this pandemic. . That's a real real reversal. . I, , mean it used to be I can't the USDA's being so strict and these these guidelines are oppressive. . You're saying the opposite you're saying you go to Europe and these players are going to say, , wait a second why are their fans walking around the grounds? ? That would be me and I'm obviously the eat everyone I mean we saw hal help scared to go into a bubble. . So everybody has their own their own comfort level. . If it were me I would not feel comfortable playing a tournament where I know that everyone could have gone out to dinner or could have gone to a nightclub and then be within six feet of me. . The next day that is me so we'll see I mean in Europe, , the cases went down it sounds like they're starting to pick up. . Again, , this virus is not going anywhere anytime soon. . So to think that their past it or it's not going to happen, , you can't have that mindset. . You have to have the mindset if we're organizing something that it's around, , how do we get? ? Away with not having it get into our atmosphere. . It's it's a bubble life unfortunately. .

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Lindsay Davenport and the US Open

Beyond The Baseline

07:06 min | 8 months ago

Lindsay Davenport and the US Open

"What's happening? Interesting year I'd say. Let's make sense out of tennis in. Late. August two, thousand twenty. Where to begin here because usually we do these things and we well, you know in Cincinnati Sheila and the week before that, she looked why she's coming off a Wimbledon fourth-round. I got nothing here. I. Mean. We're I. Guess You know what? Let's. Let's start with. Let's start with social justice is a moving target but obviously, we're doing this on Thursday when there is no tennis at the tennis center mostly because of Naomi socket you let's just. I think Reagan outpaced by news you to. Top line outs. Just amazed at this young lady and how she has really. Grown into the person and the leader that she is I mean we saw her two years ago, John Win, a US Open under controversial circumstances almost crying when she got the trophy not the happy tears by the way we saw her not comfortable in the spotlight. And we've seen her truly in this past year really just blossom into this amazing leader and I, you know I think we thought that it was possible but I didn't think at this young age in her early twenties that she would be the type of player person who would be leading our sport and it's amazing to see. We haven't had player willing to sacrifice really willing to. Do whatever necessary for the greater good and look past. Oh by tennis or my match or anything else put all of that ahead to make a bigger impact in it's amazing. I. Mean Honestly yesterday as all these stories kept coming through I was getting the chills and then she was just amazing just doesn't this is important and you know what happened. It forced that forced it allowed me to bring it up with my young kid something that maybe that I don't know what would have happened I'm talking to a six year old about why this is going on in the world and a lot of that is because of nine soccer. I think too that she had a lot of people within tennis scrambling. And someone said to me, I do radio shows lead said, well, isn't she the highest paid female athlete and Michael Do? That is like, yeah, all the more reason for her not to do like since when does that cut your way of anything that makes it all the more impressive that many business relationships that she needs to keep in mind I Did you have any insight what brought this on mean you know there's she gives it here. She's self identified. There's boyfriend there's yolks he was in Minneapolis. You any insight as to what? Spurred us. Not. Really you know I was fascinated during the pandemic lockdown about hearing in. About her going to Minnesota and being willing. To take such a strong stand honestly during a pandemic and we have so many crazy things going on right now and I was I remember thinking wow, that is really remarkable from her. And then when this all came about. You know my first reaction was well, I can't believe it, and then about five minutes later I'm like, yeah good for her and you know the the support of everybody in the tennis world from what I've seen so far at least on social media and other platforms, it's remarkable and I think that everybody knows. Now I mean we've had players in the seventies, lead us and be willing to sacrifice, and be will link to walk away and willing to fight for the greater. Good. A lot of that kind of went away and there was. All of a sudden, you get a player again that's like, nope, this is way more important than my tennis or anything else. I think that she she had the respect of everyone the tennis world she's now earned it from you know other people around the world. And all this is in the context of a major seventy, two hours away and nobody's going anywhere. Everybody's going. You've thought like give it was going to fly to a different destination I mean she's doing this when everybody is in. Lockdown Where are you? If there's a continuum here? We have this among our colleagues. Some people say, this is not this is reckless come back in twenty twenty one and other people say shows got to go on we don't even need. This bubble where are you sort of in the? Spectrum. You know when I first heard about these kind of plans these in I think it was about may of us Ta's maybe thinking about doing it in a bubble and I remember going wow, that's crazy. I can't believe that you've got all these people find him from all over the world. It's not as simple as everyone based in the states and figuring this out then each step of the way, everything nope this is going to be fine players can fly in from overseas. This is what we have organized is now hearing from players that are in this bubble for like the last two weeks hearing from people that are playing in the Cincinnati. Tournament in New York If, I were current player and I was experiencing that I don't think I'd play outside bubble now. They're talking about you know Rome minute robes out some kind of paper that going over their rules where they strongly the players don't go out to eat. Yes. That should be a rule I mean that's the kind of the behavior that could really bring down tournaments I mean unfortunately, if you WANNA play, you're going to have to really kind of be in a bubble and. You WanNa make sure everyone else around you is also though in a bubble so you don't pick it up from them or from their coach from their hidden partner from their trainer. So I think this this tournament can these tournaments continue to go through without anything crazy happening with no really positive results in the virus not spreading and then the US being able to contain it. I don't see how you don't. I. Don't see how you can play not in a bubble for the rest of of this pandemic. That's a real real reversal. I, mean it used to be I can't the USDA's being so strict and these these guidelines are oppressive. You're saying the opposite you're saying you go to Europe and these players are going to say, wait a second why are their fans walking around the grounds? That would be me and I'm obviously the eat everyone I mean we saw hal help scared to go into a bubble. So everybody has their own their own comfort level. If it were me I would not feel comfortable playing a tournament where I know that everyone could have gone out to dinner or could have gone to a nightclub and then be within six feet of me. The next day that is me so we'll see I mean in Europe, the cases went down it sounds like they're starting to pick up. Again, this virus is not going anywhere anytime soon. So to think that their past it or it's not going to happen, you can't have that mindset. You have to have the mindset if we're organizing something that it's around, how do we get? Away with not having it get into our atmosphere. It's it's a bubble life unfortunately.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"I will stop now for a plug and say that Lindsay and I will be part of the tennis channel morning show to preview the US Open that will be ten o'clock eastern on tennis channel that out of the way Lindsay is great we preview the twenty to. Twenty, twenty US Open, I guess insofar as you can. Preview prognosticate with so little data and so much swirling craziness all of these variables but we have a good conversation. Thanks to the guest We tape this on Thursday. This was after Wednesday night, and the sock alleged stoppage of play to the the the Cincinnati and New York event. So we acknowledge that we talk a bit about that and systemic injustice and Naomi Asakusa leadership role, and then we talk about the US Open what we can possibly expect when there are so many unknowns and For so many players It's it's been a season with so little actual. And sanctioned masters. So I we fund free-flowing tennis conversation I think you'll enjoy lindsay as good as it gets as a commentator in she shows y So here we here's Lindsay. What's happening? Interesting year I'd say. Let's make sense out of tennis in. Late. August two, thousand twenty. Where to begin here because usually we do these things and we well, you know in Cincinnati Sheila and the week before that, she looked why she's coming off a Wimbledon fourth-round. I got nothing here. I. Mean. We're I. Guess You know what? Let's. Let's start with. Let's start with social justice is a moving target but obviously, we're doing this on Thursday when there is no tennis at the tennis center mostly because of Naomi socket you let's just. I think Reagan outpaced by news you to. Top line outs. Just amazed at this young lady and how she has really. Grown into the person and the leader that she is I mean we saw her two years ago, John Win, a US Open under controversial circumstances almost crying when she got the trophy not the happy tears by the way we saw her not comfortable in the spotlight. And we've seen her truly in this past year really just blossom into this amazing leader and I, you know I think we thought that it was possible but I didn't think at this young age in her early twenties that she would be the type of player person who would be leading our sport and it's amazing to see. We haven't had player willing to sacrifice really willing to. Do whatever necessary for the greater good and look past. Oh by tennis or my match or anything else put all of that ahead to make a bigger impact in it's amazing. I. Mean Honestly yesterday as all these stories kept coming through I was getting the chills and then she was just amazing just doesn't this is important and you know what happened. It forced that forced it allowed me to bring it up with my young kid something that maybe that I don't know what would have happened I'm talking to a six year old about why this is going on in the world and a lot of that is because of nine soccer. I think too that she had a lot of people within tennis scrambling. And someone said to me, I do radio shows lead said, well, isn't she the highest paid female athlete and Michael Do?.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:22 min | 8 months ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"With. Anyone light to never lyric. Place I think people need to hear some limits. Well. I only have one. Can you not swear I'm making what they make in a year in a day got checks coming in times too. There's also a lot of references to crowd screaming his name which. Maybe that does happen to him, but it feels a little premature. Particularly qualified to appraise. One's rapping ability or not But Yeah. I think rare. A world class tennis players also world class. Rapper. And An, I'm not convinced that this is The best use of time. I'm surprised he's gone down this route after his debut I. Mean I thought the consensus was that what he did in was Miami or Indian Wells. Indian Wells. Yeah. I thought the consensus was that was bad. Yeah and he stopped he was definitely again yet. He stopped doing he lost he lost his next match. Didn't he off to the public wrapping and definitely things improved on the public wrapping front after then and I agree with you I thought he'd just quietly put that to bed and identified it as one of those silly things you do as a teenager that people forgive because you know fully formed. Adult yet although if you if you just if he's enjoyed it one. Oh. Yes sure. But it just doesn't make it public to inflict on everything has a right to do it and we have a right yeah. Say That we think it's terrible. Absolutely. Absolutely I, support his right to do it and very much a right to say. WHO The final couple of things knee The New York Times has done a Chris clarice done a sit down interview with Novak Djokovic the I. Really, in depth commentary, we've heard from him since the address tool fiasco. What we're thoughts of that interview I mean you can read it on the New York Times and make your own mind up at anyone anyone thoughts. I would say it's probably pretty much what I would have expected based on. Little drips of. Response that I've had from Jackovitch in in other interviews in Serbia that have been translated and the gist of that being that yes he accepts that it didn't go exactly as it should have done and didn't do exactly. Right. And that he's very sorry for the. People, unwell but that he's not about to take responsibility for the mall. And he used the word witch hunt. He said that if he had the situation again, he would do it again. I kind of think that what he probably means there is is that it came from his mind from a good place in that he was trying to do something positive and therefore, if he had the chance to do that again, he would do it again. Hopefully put different I. Hope he means would he would do it completely differently though given that it was an absolutely unmitigated. Disaster in terms of public relations and also potential health risks But I feel that he he sounded a bit out of touch to be quite honest with you of from my standpoint he he. I I would have liked him to have been rod than more forthcoming with understanding that it was just. It was just completely unsought through. So Badly Executed and he Yes. He wished he'd done something differently. he came across to me more resentful than remorseful about the at Rato and I agree with that phrase out of touch of his. His response both to that, and also his comments about his situation that the US Open. You know how he's he's obviously one of the players with the private house and that's fine. He's he has an that right and. He's he's in that position because of what he's done on a tennis court but his comments about oh I'm glad I'm here in that. Now in that hotel with the. Other. Players just doesn't doesn't come across as what he's been trying to tell people that he's looking out for the rest of the tool that he doesn't use doesn't need to comment on the I. Didn't think in that way just it doesn't come across particularly well, as you said, it comes across his out of touch. and. He's had a bad six months most of his own making and I think he's had. He's had an uneasy relationship at times with the media in the past and it hasn't actually affected. His own court performance at all I am interested whether. It's more on his mind over the next month can very much imagine a scenario where he continues on the path that he was on eighteen matches unbeaten at the start of the year and manages to block it all out. But it does the seem to me that there's a little bit more of attention as A. Little, bit of bitterness between him and the media at the moment and how he's being portrayed and I'm just interested to see over the next month whether that does feed into his tennis or not. My expectation would probably bring out the defined. Sit Him again because there has been the the characteristic from his frankly greatness over the years. But from being a very good tennis player in in an astonishing athlete, it's been the if you're against me. And that's usually a crowd I am going to take you down and invariably he does and I think creating that sorta siege mentality wants to his tennis any home whatsoever I I was just thinking back to you know it's it's only a little every year guy that we had Janka tip savage as a guest on the podcast who is explaining his frustration with the world's media in pointing specifically to the British media, which which apart and and fitting that Novak gets an unfair cracking the whip. This is all the other players and I do think sometimes we we got over the top and. He has sometimes been. criticized. Out of Kilter with what he's actually done a and. That's where some of his. Kind of victim. victimhood comes from in this situation I. think he builds them all into one whereas actually in this instance and and the last few months he's just he's there have been so many missteps that. Take them in isolation. There's no, there's no excusing it. Really. Yeah. I mean to touch not. He has not written or produced his own rap music so. It's not all bad. Should we hear from Lindsay Davenport? Please grace she she was fantastic and absolute joy Tutti and Somebody that doesn't. She doesn't seem to have much of an ego tool for three time grand slam champion and and somebody she's abundant. Now she has a little to work for for tennis channel. Somebody that is, is clearly it seemed to me unused to talking about herself which I find it extraordinary given what she's achieved in how kind of relatively recent it was. But she was she was a little taken aback at A. Interview was so much about about her and not just asking her views on. On current players and I found that really interesting and refreshing and I I e. Just to say as well before I leave you in the lovely company Lindsay. Davenport we have so much coming up for you. Of course, we is David Laura My K. presenter. We have to slams worth of guns love Daddy's the US Open, and of course, the French, open..

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Hi. This is Marion Bartoli Mats Wilander. This is Mary Carillo I'm son Rohingya and Lighting Hewitt I'm Andy Murray. This is Yannick Noah Hi. This is Sarah from Philadelphia and you're listening to the tennis podcast. Well, hello folks and welcome to another tennis podcast second of the week because that's us just how we roll now isn't it? An thanks in particular to Serra Matthew in Philadelphia who is responsible for that soothing and sumptuous intro that you just heard. Are you have successfully auditioned to be the new Voice of Marks and Spencer you probably know Hugh Marks and Spencer are. A being based in the US but they're a department store in the UK who's food adverts of suit of become quite famous for the seething in sumptuous voice used on them and I think Sarah that you should consider being the next voice of Eminence. If you haven't already. We can send the type in suspense as just. Try it out themselves either that or you should. START MEDITATION APP of some sort or just narrate things bother. Yeah. Yeah even Yannick Noah. Or you're. Sarah Matthew and Yannick. No. Lovely lovely stuff. I recently tried out the COM. APP because it came. It came as a kind of added bonus with my phone contract and how are we getting with that? Matt disappointed that Yannick? No wasn't on it. And I've had to make do with McConnell Hey who to be fair does have a nice voice. Matthew mcconaughey as involved with the COM APP. Columbus Norton, day. He comes over and says Oh right Oh right? Right okay. Great nothing more coming. Then Matthew mcconaughey. How are we folks rather than Calm Matt I'm well, I know for a fact. David has a new chair, which is exciting news. Emerged that David has been podcasting for eight years on the most spot in share. You've ever seen I didn't know how he's still uprights are we rolled in the Midlands? So you tell us about the nature from ready. told me hours to put together. Honestly. Only six steps, six steps to put it together and this instruction manual. Honestly. I am I am coming in the places of buying furniture for an e flat and A. Either either pre assembled or deliveryman does assembly for you to prerequisite for everything I'm I'm buying..

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Springs to mind wise that it was a same frigging point over and over again and I tell you what it got to the point. I was calling Oliver. Forget this was a couple years ago. Hardcore match rounded is ner on They're both lovely fellows. I'm sure this takes nothing away from. I'm sure they have both had sparkling personalities. Who's the same damn point over and over again and I was calling it with Lindsay Davenport on runs Ademi and Paul annacone on the other and we were all trying to take the match Seriously but I made there was no rally it was just rally loose and artless and an Paul annacone who's usually a very straight up kind of meat and potatoes Guy. You know at a certain point. I'm trying to insinuate that. Maybe there are more tactics involved more. Subtlety than what we're seeing. So I and Lindsey Giving me this and every now and then she's she'll give you the finger during a match of you say something like after a question litterbug loss but and tried to say something like well. Maybe you know the serving pattern is an impulse that nope no. There's no none of that. I am trying to breathe the little bit of life. I'm putting the paddles to this match. You know anyway as you know. There's a cough back button when you don't WanNa go over the air. Let people hear you either cursing or laughing or whatever we wrote the cough back but all three of us for about ten years utter silence until someone finally won the tiebreak. And I said we'll be back to answer.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"Party can win on clay, and teenagers, make Sammy's, and Serena could run the table or she could be thirty seven and go out in the middle weekend. What is that duty your mindset entering tournament when this field is so wide open? It's theme again. And again again, I think it's great. I mean, I don't think there's anything about it. But if you're if you're a player, how does the mindset differ when the field is wide open? And you keep hearing that versus who's gonna take down the big three or who's gonna amount to challenge to the mighty. Serena, I think if you're a young up and coming player, or if you're outside the top twenty you are so excited for these majors. You're, you know, you're like, yes, I have a chance, look at a these people look at Vondra Sova getting to the final of the French Open unseeded, so many players feel like they have a chance some to win others. Have a career changing tournament. So I think that gives a lot of optimism too many, many more players than there used to be in women's tennis. I think it causes a little bit more executive for the top players, little bit more stress on the draws or who some of the floaters might be where they end up 'cause that's obviously more dangerous now than it used to be. But I think it's pretty great. I think that is let's, let's just go the Americans right today. We had coke off, and Katie McNally qualify. They're like, yes. Maybe I can have tournament like Anisimov almost the same age. She just got she just did so well, now maybe it's my turn to do as well. And so I think that brings a lot of optimism. I think it brings a lot of hope for a lot of the younger players, and for a lot of other players that are really good. But maybe haven't had their breakthrough yet. I wonder too with remember the juniors indirect winds. Yeah. I mean, you're, you sort of looking at in women's tennis down literally like if you haven't beaten a top five player, you probably have an indirect win over them. I think they're ten. I mean realistically the men enter the tournament saying, boy, I'd love to have a strong event, and it's, it's lightning in bottle. Maybe I can, you know, cap someone on an off day, but I think you've got to be pretty realistic. If you're anyone outside the top four, right? You're, you're probably gonna win this, then that the priorities are the goals shift just a little bit. Maybe before maybe on the women's side, maybe some of the players that aren't seated or even thinking they can get quarters around fifteen on the men's side. Maybe they're thinking more third-round at least right now in this generation of, of these players doing so. Well, it it's fascinated. It's a total switch of like the nineties and women's and men's tennis were men's tennis was a little bit more open. Maybe the late nineties early two thousand years was more open invents tennis. And now just not the case. There's just no breathing room at the top for anybody else. That seems like and we have this crazy historical race going on that. It's just mind blowing all these majors that these three have been able to stockpile it seems like so I think it's kind of fun to have it both ways. I mean everyone waiting to see you get at the end of Wimbledon, like where's the grand slam tally? Does he extensively? I, I kinda like it. I can't be easy for a lot of the players because they're they don't have a lot of chances. But I don't know the fan now. And as a journalist, I think it's awesome. It's awesome. Right. And I feel like the, the men's and women's tours play off each other really well now and it used to be when you're playing, which is right when I started covering tennis. It was like women women women women and the men. It's wide open in one day. It's Alcasa the next. It's thomas..

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"What your Serena optimism index these days? Most optimistic at Wimbledon US, open would be second. I have not seen her hit a ball and grass yet sometimes you get a sense by watching some of the practices the week before. Let's see that first match and see how she's justed to the grad. How her is she able to move at one hundred percent last year? She was probably at sixty percent and she got all the way to the final. I know she's improved from last year. If she's healthy she obviously knows how to win, majors and win Wimbledon. So let's see how she gets through this first week surprise. She spread. She hasn't played since bears. No. She was I she gave that press conference saying that she was gonna play somewhere. I just don't see any of those places. I think she knows the importance of getting used to how the grass is playing at Wimbledon getting used to those roundings. She has a family hard to be moving around some of those other towns or smaller the courts, aren't quite as pristine as, as they All England Club. I think she actually made the right call. The obligatory feel like you're the bureau Madre shod to her Jordan, the obligatory Madison keys update. You know it's so interesting because medicine with her game and her mindset she loves playing on the grass. It always kind of surprised me because she has some pretty big rip changes and some pretty big back swing. But I know this is the one where she wanted she's dying to do well, on, gresh. She likes to play on grass. She wasn't able to play a warm-up tournament because she has, you know, her ne- comes in and out of bothering her she's been over there since the Saturday before she's training hard. 'cause you just have to see with her serve and her forehand. If she has the timing down and she is feeling one hundred percent able to move sh-. Of course, you can do well of there, a lot of things you've gotta see the draw, which we don't have yet I'm be how kind of pans out, but with her big gay she likes the grass those are two huge things positive things for for players, and she really wants to do. Well there. Let me ask you two questions that you raised a ten generally one of them, you have first hand experience with one of them. You don't you mentioned Puska who I think now fairly firmly wears the do you know, it's sort of a double edged sword of the best player. Never to have won a major declares. Think about that. I mean, you, you were very lucky. Right. You were a teenager. Right. When you the US. Funny. You this change so much. I was twenty two when I when my first and that was old back in that day, Nevada had won her first and she was in her late twenties. And that was, like, unheard of, and then I felt like I was getting a lot of grief, and I was only twenty two and I had one I think, I think it does wear on you. When you've been a top ten top five player for the majority of your career, and you see other players that you beat or you feel like you're better than and you see them coming through and winning majors. And you haven't been able to I think those the Aki dealt with that for years Hal of the same no question. Push. Well, happy with her career and happy with the way things are going would be like, okay I got a win one here. Look at all these players that are winning majors, the last four or five years. You know, when there's so many names there and you're not one of them I think that has to kinda hurt. We'll keep going with that. I mean this whole climate this whole moment were in women's tennis now where it's at Ashby..

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"It's you're used to hotels and courtesy cars and a certain sort of life on the road when you're in Montreal or wherever the circuit is threatening to you. You go to Wimbledon and it's people have houses and you see everyone on the main drag, and there's, you know, me, lows rounded is eating breakfast across for me. It's very different than your conventional tour context, right? It. It's like no other turnament. Obviously, we always talk about the grounds and they're so historic, and the site, but it is weird that it seems like the tennis world invades this little village for almost four weeks year. Lot of the players get there early. And you're, they're just living the most I think normal life of anywhere on the road where I would say more than three quarters of the players are in, in private housing and going to the local stores and the markets. I mean we see all these pictures of rob at the. Store, but it's true you walk through the village and your tenants. Van you're gonna see just about every single player out there. So my view though is what? What impact it and it's great and it's a great change of pace and you get the feeling that the player. But I'm I want my question was, what is the impact of that on the competition? I mean to me is such a different circumstances. Such a different set of surroundings, than your tour event when RAF is making dinner and going down to Tesco because they've run out of bread crumbs for his fried fish. What's the impact of that on the tennis tournament on the tennis being funny? Because I think for the players that are homebodies or get homesick, or whatever I think it's, it's huge for them at Wimbledon. And I think of player like Kavita who she doesn't strike me as like the big city. Oh, I wanna stay in a the greatest hotel. And you know, I could see her. She loves Wimbledon, because it's it's a small little village, and she can have her family stay with her and someone could cook food. Whether that's her somebody else, you know, and it's just it seems like a much more simple kind of existence. I, I don't know if. That's the right word, but it's not as. Five star hotel in one of the biggest cities obviously London is forty five minutes away. But I think it really benefits these players brought loves having his family and today's in a big house with everybody. And I think that the players are probably for the biggest of the year, pretty relaxed because they're they're so close to the site. There's no traffic issues. There's nothing like that. They have their families if they want them there. I think that players are pretty pretty happy with how it goes their summer camp for for tennis. What all right back to the men. Give me one winner and what we're doing this, I should say before the draws come out, but gimme gimme one winner in one FA. You know you gotta see the drugs. Well, you know what? I'll tell you two. Hey, you absolutely have to see the draw. And I feel like just so much stuff goes on in the course of fourteen days that we everyone likes predictions. It's part of being a sports fan, but nobody stops to say boy, there's going to be a scheduling malfunction and Dominic team's going to have to play four straight days. And one of them's going to be against joke of where it's really do Bs at the match was called, while the sun was, I mean, anything other sports, you're calling most likely, not always, but one day, you know, when it's coming, you can look at the weather for that day. The injury port comes out the day or two before. And now we're asked to predict.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"You to take and take the field and your transport. All that stuff and truly the top players who have really good teams around them. They get to just worry about hitting the ball. Did you think about this? What? Tell me if this is to personal let it out. But I mean did you. I mean, to me, it's like it's a real dilemma, like at what point economize ING? And at what point am I giving myself the best chance to if I'm sitting in the back of the plane in, you know, flying ValuJet I'm saving a few bucks? But that good really adversely impact my performance on the other hand, if I'm ranked number fifty and I'm traveling with a masseuse entertrainer. I'm probably operating a nest loss to, to what extent did you worry about finances when you're playing? Yeah. It's it, obviously more. So in the beginning of your career, I was, you know, I was fortunate when I was doing well and towards the end of my career you, you kind of have a good handle on. Okay. For me to play well, I have to be able to get off a plane and still feel good about about my body and not be going on. No sleep. And all of that. But it does start to become a question of how many people do you want around you per week because it's not only okay you've got expenses. You've got to get all these hotel rooms. You've gotta get cars. You've got to get all this stuff. But as far as it was for myself, I would always do what was what I felt would help me play my best, then you start going down to like, how many people are you comfortable with on the road? How many people are you comfortable supporting on the road? It it's so hard and for players that feel like they have a chance to win majors for one win may. Majors, you have to spend a ton of money, and it doesn't always pan out. And that's the problem. You're not guaranteed to even cover your expenses. When you go to Australia and your own in and you bring this big team and you train hard could really wrinkle in the first round and or lose first round, and you've lost a boatload of money, and I think that's what scares so many players, so I was at, at the French Open. I was with Jennifer a lot of times on the desk. And I would ask these questions that you would laugh at me. So one of them was if, if it's a third set and you're winning three to you say to yourself, boy, I'm only twelve points away. Okay. I'm only eleven points away, and she said, that's not how you think of it at all. That's no you don't. Well, I should say everybody but I would start thinking points until it was like within two points, probably I'd be like eighteen more seventeen more. But the other thing I said, was about money. I said some of these matches if you're, I'm just throwing out names here, but it, it's a petro mortgage in a grand slam quarterfinal and you say, literally, this is a. Five hundred thousand dollar skins match. How do you not think about that? If you're, if you're not veteran ago, infects a lot of players I it has to I remember early in my career knowing some of the numbers, and then trying to make it would come up in my mind. And then as I got older more mature, I wouldn't think about it or I wouldn't look for. So I wouldn't know but it's harming the difference between some matches of one point or three points or whatever is, is huge. And now the money's even crazy high for ninety percent of the players. I think it plays a factor or you do think so good. I dunno I well let me keep going without a little bit kiss. I always think that Wimbledon first time I went to women and I'm like this is crazy. It's you're used to hotels and courtesy cars and a certain sort of life on the road when you're in Montreal or wherever the circuit is threatening to you. You go to Wimbledon and it's.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"As promised will help us preview Wimbledon twenty nineteen this, the annual women pre-game podcast. So welcome back. I don't know. Do we do this last year? I think we did the French last year. John very hurt. You didn't remember that around majors to me like a player they all blend together after while. I should you, you and I are nothing if not good soldiers, so I'll say, I'll spare you and I'll say were, we'll be working for tennis channel. And you can you could watch this like twenty four seven what? I don't know where to start. Let's let's you know what? I got a question for you. The French Open ended almost three weeks ago. What do you make this period? These days in between Serena did not play these last three weeks. The doll joke of each team a lot of players. What do you make of this three week period between the French and Wimbledon these days? Yeah, it's so interesting because for when I was playing and obviously for for so long he was only two weeks. And that seemed like absurd where you had Rothko winning the French on Sunday and practicing Monday on the grass. You know, in London, it seemed like queens, and that didn't seem right? I think it's definitely a step in the right direction. You know, grim slams there, so exhausting for players and it's obviously physical but so much. So the emotional component of it and trying to win seven matches but trying to be also clicked on for fourteen fifteen days. It takes a lot out of players. So ideally, I think there should be it should all be blown up in the grand slam should all be placed at different types of give players the best chance to be their best possible version of themselves at the majors. And right now, our schedules, starting with a major in January, and then two so close. Together three weeks better. But I think if you want the players playing their best tennis, I still think you gotta spread 'em out, more, so Jovic is playing that, that Budel exhibition and I don't know if you saw team was practicing with with one of the one of the players the qualifying draw how much of a difference is there between one of these tuneup events where they're real scoreboard and ball kids in a chair on pyre and exhibition or some some hitting with with qualifiers. I mean, it's, it's at that big a deal. I think the biggest difference in what goes through the mind of the majority of top players is how different the grass place from some of the warm up tournaments to the All England Club because a lot of times it's not even comparible. And it sounds so silly. Okay. Grasses grass like you need to get matches on grass. But then you go play on the grass it at Wimbledon. And it plays so different in a place. More. Like a quick hard court and they're not getting as many bad bounces, and you're not kind of fighting yourself and if you're baseline, or you have a much better chance there than you do at some of the other sites where you know, the balls don't bounce perfectly. The courts aren't cared for the same way, and I think the top players for the most part, obviously, there's some exceptions Roger likes to play one lead up in Germany and all that. But for the most part of the players give Serena like you know what I'm gonna practice and I'm gonna be ready to go, whether I get matching somewhere else or not. I'm not worried about that because once I get on the ground the All England Club. I'm gonna just get used to those conditions. So let's let's, let's start with the men, and I feel like discussions are for a long time now have been very similar who's gonna puncture the big three versus boy that women's field is a gaping abyss and anyone can win. Let's start with the men, Jovic Fedor in your number three seed unhappily, the Dahl D C before asked you to, like, pick one of those three D see anyone outside that group doing any damage. I mean, we say this like it seems like coming into every grand slam. It has to happen like it. There's no reason. And there's, there's just no good explanation..

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So the same. That's you know, I think it's great to have all this stuff happening and just because it's doing well, it doesn't mean everyone. I just fine. Great. We go. A little bit different. You wouldn't wanna see the grand slam chain? Got to be careful that you don't favor one style of player either. You've got to make sure that everybody, you know, whatever style you play is is looked after because that's the beauty of the game. Tomlin segregate wants to Knight who's been your most difficult interview. Or what is being the most difficult interview situation? I didn't think difficult interview. Cried in front of you. When probably that was the worst interview. I did when twenty twelve with Andy loss to Federer in the final. And it was just like he just I could see didn't want to. He didn't wanna come over. He didn't wanna talk, and it just broke my hall when he broke down. So that's really difficult. I hate doing the loses interviews because trust me. I had plenty of experience of knowing what that's like. And the last thing you want to do is have a microphone stuck under your nose and being asked to speak. I hate doing it. But they say you got to do it. So it's difficult, but then at the tennis players in general, pretty easy think. Think loses shouldn't be record to speak. Wimbledon. Just awesome. If they wanna come and say, something, that's fine. But if they don't do something big sometimes, they haven't I think Lindsay Davenport didn't come over one year. Someone else didn't come over one year. One of the one of the. One of the late. But no, I just think you should have the choice because if you are feeling very emotional the last thing you want to do is going Lobo. You know, you don't want to breakdown say something you regret. Won't say of it when you know, I tried my best degree told him in this in this not a lot more than they can say they don't want to get into why they lost. Why? Did you miss that easy back? USA whether they say on new you've lost you really upset. But here's a massive check. That and smile with it for that would be great. Thanks. Concert. It's gonna go going to get on the next couple years. Do you think she can get back to what she was again? Become a bad flare overnight. I think what worries me is she's constantly trying to find a coach that suits. Maybe she needs to look at herself more and find what what do I need in some she played? So well when she got through to the semi finals of women, I thought she was on her way up, but everyone in tennis knows it's easy to get up. There..

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on WJR 760

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You're not cohen that now i think it was lindsay davenport mocked the floor which some poorer uh lady ranch she went about in about twenty minutes k so i'm sure it was no skin off his nose to just an an and is a long day for me at two other matches after that i'm sure i i'd like to thank i never had a conversation with them about it but there was never any issue and i think there might be some other people in this industry be like that's you know i'm i'm dick edwards that's this is the on the voice of the us open on cbs ivc who the heck is this kid i've called twenty eight wimbledon's and honestly every time i met him every time i saw him he could not have been more generous um left some of his notes in the booth up there just in case it was silent i i mean i i have nothing but pure affection and then when you get to meet somebody who you grew up watching k grew up watching him call the farm bill the drive 'cause he was the voice of nbc football for two decades and they had the afc package for many many years so the elway years while in the 80s he would call the bengals years as a matter of fact you know um he called the bengals 49 ers super bowl the second one and of his ten super bowls.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"It immediately as i said it it isolates you because you you become not just some someone that someone plays in a quarterfinal our final of a tournament but you become the match that people wanna win road um and become so much more and they not only want to be but they want to have everything that you have all the things that came with winning a grand slam an and i didn't like that idea and that it's not what i really chose it's not what i knew in so i immediately realize that that i want that for myself i worked for it and i'm going to do everything i can for others not to have it and that's that that's the competitor in me your the fruit were you the youngest female when a grim flavor no i believe at that age no i think goes the third thirdyoungest to win on young and you almost didn't even get the finals worship down like three so through something in them yeah hours well in the against lindsay davenport i was she was i was around eur right completely away or something in yeah like i talk about the smacks vividly because it's still a huge i was so excited as a teenager i was so happy i was in the semi finals of wimbledon has already a big deal and just say a described that match quite well because i was really on an i was already on the plane home your migrant all area yeah my father has had this intervention regent he just had this sort of laughing and you started laughing and my face and said you got this you're gonna win this so i came from laughing to just being while um maybe i have a chance she was just dominated she was dominated she could have here to bring renault i i had crushing your surrey rich chance.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Or tom rinaldi gone up with her this means the world's me if someone told me this is why i would be i prefer level then i wouldn't have believed and i'm just so happy to be men are going to have four american women playing mound that's pretty awesome i'm gonna get the four american women in just one moment but two surgeries on your wrist sexually it it it a ten month period of time during that period time where was the night like this in your mind it is after hair say leo home had surgery and i just wanted to have a good and and i think this is a pretty good here for the first time since nightseeing eighty one the four seventy finalists are four american women you saw the first three slots get filled what extra pressure if any did you feel essentially have it at that tweet up i was rail nonetheless the car right over but once you got out so you find yourself facing somebody you go well i give us a scouting report if you will under semifinal opponent i mean the fact that we never played a child and how it thoroughly at five it's going to be tax is obviously playing really well it's going to be some big serves i don't think there'll be many long point society guys they added referring to matching up in the semifinals with coco vandeweghe the semifinals coming up on espn thursday evening seven o'clock eastern first it's been his williams and sloan stevens and then madison keys against coco vandeweghe koko look he's bidding to become the first american woman not name serena or venus to win the open since lindsay davenport in 1998 been on the men's side we were gearing up for a federer in a dull match up at the us open which we had have not seen yet and we still won't have to wait until at least next year as federer is bounced it's one martino pelletreau who wins in four sets and reaches the semifinals espn analyst john mcenroe you knew when the draw was made when he took a look at that jaw if there he added pick a guy that was going to get in the way of federal playing it dial in the semifinals he'll be dealt politial he's so dangerous route.

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"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lindsay davenport" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The indians and the diamondbacks are as hot as you can possibly be candid late there is hot as any two teams have ever been at the same time in baseball history there you go 13th straight win for the indians a diamondbacks have won twelve straight to second time two teams have a winning streak of twelve or more game at the same time in the modern air again that since 1982 brazen tigers had any games on august night of two thousand thirteen would winning streak to thirteen and well prospectively the at diabetics will take a step further they'd gone ten straight games without trailing their blood for ninety eight innings ninety eight aiming they haven't trail the very very impressive and the indians are the first team who the 13game win streak in backtoback seasons since 1960 off dole exerting judging venus yesterday she is on to the semifinals worship place sloan stevens and golik we have the possibility of an all american women semi fine and what the us open which would be incredible will be the first time it happened in more than thirty years for a little while first let's start with this side of it we have williams and sloan stevens and the semi finals at the first all american us open semifinal since two thousand two serena williams and lindsay davenport venus the third oldest to reach the semis in a woman's major in the open air billie jean king the oldest she did a twotimes it over thirty nine over thirty eight nine martina navratilova was was up push in the end of 37 will venus is just just beginning at thirty seven as far as the second semifinal if we can get the other to women and it you know the the the last time you mentioned that you know the forever and it says here it was wimbledon 1985 so if it's 85 that's going to be chrissy martina navratilova at that point i think was not playing as an american right i i don't know what point she became an american steady iran she wants to she counts so you got to so it was the.

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