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"maria sharapova" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

03:51 min | Last week

"maria sharapova" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"Today's episode is a little different than our usual show. It's an interview I did with Tennis Star Maria Sharapova from our INC five. Thousand Vision Conference. Maria started a company when she was in the middle of her tennis career when she was just twenty six years old. Since her retirement in February, she's found a new sense of balance in life, and that involves not only running her company but investing in a lot of fascinating startups I spoke with her about starting a company while in the midst of an entirely different career finding balance in the pandemic and her passions for design and branding. Here's my interview with Maria. Sharapova. Maria..

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

TennisPAL Chronicles

09:16 min | 2 months ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

"Cannot even remember fill up my brain is fried. Yeah and I haven't been on social media in a few weeks and so if if it was older than that I probably saw it and can't remember. Well, that's the thing that's why I thought. It would be so good to capture the audio from these interviews and you know not a lot of people are going to go back and listen to an instagram full video of our interview but they might actually listen to it as a podcast while they're cleaning their yard or you know taking care of twenty kittens. You know what? A hundred percent you're right because I. Love to listen to podcasts while I'm doing stuff around the house, but I can't just have instagram up like. The screen like you'll get a text and now I can't answer it except call and so yeah, I'm in podcast form it could just be running. And I can pick up where I left off if I get interrupted, which I will cause. So. Thank. Thank you what an awesome idea. I love it. Oh so great I mean the content is incredible the last one with Stan Wawrinka, and Novak was I just incredible to hear their nervousness before slam and have them talk about that? You know. So if you haven't listened to that one, go back to our last podcasts and listen to their. Really, kind of very intimate personal discussion about how it feels to play a slam how nervous they get how they feel about playing Roger Federer and doll. You know how it feels to be at the top and wow and they made fun of each other to such great humor in great camaraderie between them I thought. Yeah it's awesome. Well, this episode I think is really special because it's Novak Djokovic, Aunt Maria Sharapova and what I loved about this was Maria really had kind of an open mic to talk about her retirement moment and her plans for the future and you know there wasn't a big of fanfare within the tennis world when she retired, she did it pretty quietly. So we didn't really get to hear from her about that and in this interview she does talk a lot about it and I feel like it was really to hear her perspective and I I just think the banter between these two is like priceless I think Maria really like she kinda keeps Novak. On his toes. Yeah I I. Think. So I think I did actually hear this because it's it's coming back to me that they talk about the commercial where she hit him in the. FAMILY DIDN'T FAMILY JEWELS? Yes. Exactly. So they they're both had players right and. So they had those really funny commercials and stuff. But yeah, you just get that feeling that at that Maria just loves to poke at Novak. You know. So maybe a better way to say it as she keeps his feet to the fire because and he's kind of on the defensive a lot when she's when he when she's like needling him and stuff. So I just I love the interaction between them at you really feel like Maria wears the pants you know. There's something about. That was bet right right right and so I think I think Michael's Novak actually. On his end, he was trying to win a date out of her or something it didn't come. So maybe she does wear the pants a little bit and filling like she has the upper hand. He had a little thing for her at one point. She was she's a little older than him. I think to. Right. So she's like the mature older woman. Yeah. Well I love the interaction I think it's super great i. think you guys are just GonNa love this interview and you can listen to it. You know in part or in whole and resource it back just Kinda here these two professional tennis players who really were at the top of their game at different parts of their life just hear how they talked about what they thought of their career. So let's jump right into it Valerie with this great interview with Novak Djokovic World number-one and Ria Sharapova Ram slam champion Possum. Hey everybody. Waiting for. More people to join. So we can start. Today's exciting. Event that is ahead of us we're going to have. Special Conversation with especially. person. For All of you joining in now thanks for coming in. Obviously I'm super excited to speak to Maria you guys seeing the the. Polls that we did kind of announcement of today's conversation. Never done this live with her we did some really funny commercials. With our record sponsor headed. We're going to actually talk about a bit later on in the conversation, but we've never done alive and I'm really really excited about him. Looking forward to his she's. One of the most successful tennis player of all time definitely one of the most successful brands in all sports, both men and women of all time. She's a she's a very special person someone that I've known for many many years and. I'm glad to call her friends so Thanks for joining in and I would like to invite Maria now and think she's She's here on the Chad. I'm going to invite her to. Come to this live? Just. Let me just look for her message. Still trying to get used to the. Lives I do apologize if There any. Mistakes being done from my side. You know we had some interruptions. in the past. Lives that we've done hopefully today, it will be all fine. Me a SEC. Let me see goal I with just look right now. Right there. Okay. So she's here waiting for her to join. There's Ice. Tuesday. How Is it Tuesday Tuesday. Yeah. You you are the opposite side of the world. Aren't you? I on the opposite side of the world in and Beautiful Sunny California. That's wonderful. That's one. Thank you. Thank you for for this conversation really Chris we have a chance to to talk and. I was saying before I invited you in. This is the first and we're going to do something like this. We have done some funny at ads for our records sponsor had we can talk about that a little bit and. The last one we did I hit you on the ball. I. Want to make sure that. You want a few grand. Slam, since then so maybe we should do a repeat. I think it's. Free. Well. After that I got I got the new bowl. So then then everything works out in the end. Members. So many questions, I know we. We did a little square in our instagram story and asked people to send in questions and I think like half half of the people asked how we how we I got to know each other and. My first memory that comes to mind is really funny so I wanted to share it. Be This on your share it Maria. If you don't mind, I'll just going to switch out the comments here. I'm going to turn it off. So we can focus on each other now and then of course, later on just before we finish the conversation, we're going to obviously have people who are on our lives asking US questions. I remember we We played little exhibition. and. This is like I was young I. Mean You're young way before you had. Any Grand Slam titles or. Even, WanNa Tournament at at that point, but we played the Alexa Wealthy remember that. And I think we're playing a a mixed doubles against each other and you said that if feed win I would have to pay dinner mas like, okay whatever who is kid? And one and you're like, we have dinner tonight we're going to the Japanese place and I was very serious you and me. Tonight. So we we ended up going to dinner and there are so funny because you cool out I think the second old Kodak camera and you ask the waiter to take a photo. Auctioned off myself..

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Lead

"Charlie how did Maria Sharapova 's retirement announcement go down she made announcement in a penned essay on Vanity? Fair and I think he went out in vogue as well and she basically said that she didn't really have anything less than that. She would miss the competition. The sport was able to expose some of my greatest characteristics. The characteristic of never giving up a fighting for every point of going after my dreams. She talked about putting on her trainers and going out there. And giving it everything but that it was time you know. She had a lot of injuries and she talked about the fact that it'd be nice to be able to do some other things and have a cup of coffee and not worrying about the fact that she should be training or have an extra slice of cake and not think. Oh I'm going to have to do a double training session to make up for that. So it sounded like she'd reached a point where she'd make peace with it. Tennis showed me the world and it showed me what I was made of. It's how I tested myself. And how I measured my growth in so in whatever might choose for my next chapter my next mountain. I'll still be pushing. I'll still be climbing. I'll still be growing the end. And she tumbled way down to number three hundred seventy three in the world rankings. The almost no dear came at the. Us Open last September when she being six one. Six one by Serena Williams in a in a pretty humiliating defeat never really took public beating and in truth of the last few years she she'd had some good results but not really hit the heights of why she was before. So obviously we're Sharipova is now in two thousand. Twenty is very different from where she was when she first burst onto the scene. Remind us about the tennis. World's introduction to Maria Sharapova whether it really came in two thousand and four at Wimbledon Russia's Maria Sharapova was just seventeen and seated thirty as. She made her first appearance in a Grand Slam final facing her twenty two year. Old American Serena Williams the defending champion number one seed and very much the favorites going into the match.

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It's Sharapover: A Complicated Affair

The Body Serve

10:09 min | 8 months ago

It's Sharapover: A Complicated Affair

"Thought we had the weekend off. I thought we had bought ourselves a little bit of time doing that. Mailbox episode but Maria Sharapova decided to upend our brief break and announced her retirement from tennis. Let's not do a whole lung. Preamble about this. We're here because Maria Sharapova has retired and we're here to talk about that to situate her career talk about the the ups and downs of her career and put her career and her into some context. She announced this week via an essay that she wrote for Vanity Fair and Vogue which were released at the same time both conde nast publications. It's the sort of flex that only a player of her magnitude can do. It's been interesting to me to watch her over. I would say probably the past year or a little more and an observed how little attention and how little fanfare has followed her around considering that she was once the highest paid female athlete in the world. She was tennis's biggest superstar for for many years and this latter stage of her career has been quiet. When you say only a player like her obviously Serena can do that too. I Know Naomi can do that too. I think those are the three players in women's tennis who have that kind of stature status to be able to call up an A. Winter. And be like. Hey can I can let y'all know in your publication regardless of who can do it. The point is that Maria is bigger than tennis. In the same way that Serena or Roger or Rafa are Novak are bigger than tennis. They don't have to go through the traditional tennis media to do these things they can call on their sponsors their friends mainstream press. They have that freedom does afford them because they are successful and they make a lot of money. Of course I knew what you meant but I think dealing with a complicated figure like Maria Sharapova comment on us to be as precise as we can with our words so as to not open up ourselves controlled. But we're not doing this. The whole episode. Every every statement about Maria is not an equal statement about serene. We're just not. I agree I'm just saying we can easily cost nothing to be more precise okay. You see what you did there. You put me in a position to be the bad person. Well maybe you shouldn't shouldn't do it anyway. Maria wrote this essay. I think there were probably a few journalists and people within the sport who was coming and we can't release it as a massive surprise considering that her body has been betraying her over the past few years. It's been extremely difficult for her. To stay healthy at this point for even a match or two in a row. Her events have been sparse. It seemed that the writing had been on the wall for a little while. What's interesting to me is that there is no retirement tour. There's no final triumphant moment at a Grand Slam. That meant a lot to her. There's no on-court Farewell. It almost seems I know. Use The word quiet before but it. It just seems a little anti-climactic for somebody who has meant so much to the game for the past fifteen years. Sure but to me. It makes sense because to embark on some kind of farewell tour. You'd have to be able to count on your body to a low to show up for right and I think that's what the bottom line is here for Maria. She told this story in her Vanity Fair Vogue Essay. That just getting on court for her match at the. Us Open last year. Felt like a victory getting the shot in her shoulder Infos cortisone or whatever but just being able to play to numb the shoulder and play in the first round was a big achievement and so she was past the point of being able to plan anything tennis related because their body just wouldn't let her right and I don't think she's the type to be like well. Let me just show up for this first. Rhone have a cute little moment and lose six two six two like. That's not the kind of scripting that she would one. No and she's had an interesting career injury wise because after that big shoulder surgery that she went through with that had really compromised her play. She had to rewrite the way that she served. Her game. Looked quite a bit different than when she was seventeen. Eighteen nineteen years old but she learns how to move on Clay. She wins two French Open. She becomes a dominant player. Again will maybe not a dominant player. But she reaches number one again. She's part of this triumvirate for a little while with Serena and as Aranka all the while dealing with this shoulder issue. That is still very much a problem. It's not just that she won the French Open. She was winning tournaments on clay. Yeah her up until two thousand ten. I believe she had one or made. Just one final unclean. It was green clad. Amelia Island But from two thousand ten words you see Maria making a ton of clay finals in fact the majority of her finals that she makes I believe in the second half of her career come on clay winnings took three times and winning Rome three times. So that's like you said a complete change of course from what we conceive of her to start her. So where do you WANNA start here? Do you WanNa talk about her career on the court and just kind of give a little background where she started where we are now and then I mean the extracurricular things are huge story with Maria as always I wanNA talk about first about her influence one of the things that I've seen since the the announcement that she's retired is some folks. Scoffing at just how much her actual influence was and how much she inspired people and I don't think you can underestimate. Just how much influence Maria Sharapova had in bringing people into tenants. They might not be the reasons that you would want people to come to tennis. But Maria Sharapova is Bar. None globally the most well-known women's tennis player. And we know this. Because Jamaicans don't know what Serena Williams looks like. We know this from schools John's quits. I can't tell you how many times I've interacted with people and they're like what would you like? Well I have a tennis podcast and like Oh Maria sharp over. I'm like do you follow tennis. No but they know who? Marie sharp over yes. Her Persona has cut through so many different facets of life to the point where random people know who she is on top of that. There are a lot of people who the very first match they saw was Maria Sharapova match. And that's the kind of thing that can't control. I was a Cheetah van because the very first match I watched was a continue to match the very first men's match. I watch was an Agassi match. Those are the things that that people hang onto. Because it's their first introduction right so there is that there is the fact that she occupied this place of prominence being the top paid female athletes in the world. For so long we can have a totally different discussion about whether that was warranted or deserved that separate and apart. If you're able to separate those two things then I think you can see clearly that Sharipova mental out to a lot of people and had great influence within the tennis world the sporting world and in society at large globally as well within tennis. She is a polarizing figure. We are not going to pretend like we have always been kind to her on the show. We've had our fun roasting Maria over the years. You've had your fun today with the title for this episode and You know. I'm going to be totally straightforward. Maria is not not a player that I loved to watch play tennis. I can appreciate her place. I respect a lot of things about her. She's not somebody who's matches I- flocked to watch and we've been critical about the way that she wrote about Serena and her bulk about how she handled the IT F. and then water ban and there's a lot going on but she is not an a boring character by any stretch. If you were to look back now and Marie his career what is the one word or the one thing that comes to mind what well? Unfortunately right now. It's Mel Donen. That's the first thing that comes to my e. Yeah like if we're doing plane Word Association. I'm not saying that's fair. Okay but I think when we have some distance when I've been thinking about her career. I'm thinking about winning Wimbledon at seventeen thinking about having a career slam on Sugar Povoa. Her tennis achievements are huge. Because very few women have won a career. Grand Slam. Her off-court achievements are also big and they're also painted by the fact that her blindness and her whiteness made her the perfect foil and the perfect heroin. As opposed to this dominant black champion Serena Williams you know she was the great white hope right again. Another consideration of the great white hope for me. The word is complicated when we covered the muldoon thing. We came down right in the middle of the fence. We come down on either side of the. I think I'm still there actually. It was kind of interesting to go back and look through some of the research done for that episode. What like what three years ago? At this point I'm early. Two Thousand Sixteen when it when it came out so almost four years ago we would have covered this on the show and to now be going through it again are thinking about it again and and feeling the same way like not much has changed for

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

16:27 min | 8 months ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"A street fighter who looks like a model. I think is probably what it comes down to. You know she just. She was really somebody who was a contracting individual in that. Obviously the appearance was very bankable for her in a matter. Degree DEAL FOR BOTTOM LINE. And and take pleasure in it but really. She was happy covered in sweat walking off the court and I look at her best after she had a good fight or being out there doing at streaking despite all the pressure to stop shrieking kept on doing it. Well I didn't Chris as always a pleasure particular pleasure to speak to the tennis correspondent of The New York Times walking the streets of New York in which we can actually hear people shouting at each other and Homes going off Seventh Avenue David. Seven thousand fantastic. Thanks so much time Chris as always thinks they take care of fight. So there's Chris is Story and version of events and memories Catherine He. He's been there following her career from day one before day one in a way because he he was somebody who would have you know we get to hear about young players coming through particularly plas- light morice out over who get picked up by big management agencies. And I remember when I first heard of her. She would have been probably three years before she won. Wimbledon I remember interviewing her two years before At Wimbledon when she was just coming out of the juniors and I think when she was having that run Christmas mentioning Wimbledon. I remember interviewing earned and just being struck by how insistent. She was in very clear in her mind that she the goal was to be world number-one there was no. There was no fluffing. Us around at all any of talk. She wants to be world number-one and and that's what she went and did quite quite a story all the way through isn't it but I don't think it's the story necessarily would have thought it would be in when she ended up winning Wimbledon for the first time no so much about. Her career is is surprising for veteran. For worse you know that the only slam she wanted more than one occasion was the French. Open that still blows my mind That that she never won another Wimbledon after two thousand and four but she wanted to French opens. Yeah so much is surprising about her and she floppiness was what people wanted from her. Wasn't it it was. That was an active defiance in itself to my knee. Carol from the From The Guardian tweets it just now an exit from a press conference Of Maria shy? I think it's Wimbledon. Two thousand three because she was sixteen And she was seventeen when she wanted in two thousand and four inch plates. I think. First round match against Ashley Harkleroad a Blonde Young American. It'd been dubbed in in the British tabloids as battle of the Babes. Just leave a pregnant pause there and the questions being fired her. This was seventeen years ago which I suppose now say it sounds quite long but this is you know recent memory. She's persistently asked about filling filling the Corner Cova gap how he prepared to fill the gap with cornyn. Cova it. How was it particularly special to to win? The Battle of the Babes was was it special. what what. What are the biggest difficulty with with having certain looks absurd inability to keep concentrated on the sport and she's just so confused by the question like obviously I have no issues with being concentrated on the sport? That's my that's why number one thing being focused and concentrate and she's persistent knee bombarded with these questions about her appearance in and yes. I know that you touched upon with Chris that she didn't necessarily flee from that side of a perception And she certainly Profited from it and exploited it to certain extent. But she did it on her terms and when a woman is attractive. The world's hopefully in less and less so is time slowly ticks on but the world wants to value that in them above anything else and she kind of Said. I feel like her career throughout her career. She said well okay. I'm attractive and I'll I'll make money from now if if if I can if you want to pay me money to be attractive than that's fine all embrace it but that doesn't define me. That's not what I am and a Lotta respect for that. A lot of time for it and It's significant yeah. The transcript to which you referred from that press conference is is really jarring. I mean particularly now. I think I I'd like to think that if I've seen the same transcript. Whatever that is now six seventeen years ago that I would also found it jarring but I don't think I would have found it as as upsetting upsetting as I do now and a beer I would be pretty pulled. I think I don't know just talk into A. She's a child the not child but a teenager sixteen either. I just hated. Hated seeing those questions written down in that way it wouldn't have been appropriate questions to an adult athletes that that talk about. That's it. It's all the more uncomfortable she was. She was sixteen from the word go. That's what people wanted to be and she said No. I'm going to be what I want to be. Yeah the the grid that she's had it's I think in a way. She was unfairly paralleled as well with the emergence of of Raj Ephedra Winning Wimbledon the year before maybe maybe sunny out myself who who thought this the time when she won Wimbledon the way she wanted absolutely thrashing Serena Williams. The all time Great Serena Williams at the age of just seventeen. I thought we've got a multiple grand slam champion. Who's just going to win? Double Digits Slams That that age I thought. Well if she can beat Serena right that's at Wimbledon. I didn't see. I would never have imagined that she would have only won. One match against Serena Williams in our whole career. That would have seemed preposterous to me. The way she handled Serena that day I the observation. I've If one of the observations. I most interesting from from your chat with Chris was actually about Serena Williams. And how much riles her? When people make their mark by upsetting her by beating her by that that struck me. We both watched that same video of much point from Wimbledon Two thousand and four and we struck by similar things. The the completely unfiltered unguarded massive of Maria Sharapova which you will say was Chris about but the warmth of the embrace between Serena and an sharp over Serena immediately doesn't hesitate to come over to our oversight of the net to to embrace a really warmly in and and say safe you words but I found I mean. Of course it makes sense. Knowing what we do about Serena but I did find that interesting that Serena from day fullwood before any I grow taking place. Just the very fact that beating her had been a defining moment for Maria Sharapova that Serena Williams had been the victim of that defining moment more sort of set them against one. Another set Serena cool to make sure the Sharpei Betcha for of course. She did later on that year at the end of Season Championships That was a second victory of Serena and never again which is unreal if we if we put aside MELDA NEOM suspension for second. Which which I will come on. See in a minute because we covered that in depth at the time on multiple occasions when she was she initially revealed that she tested positive then when she had the books and then when she was subsequently returning to the sport and given a reduction in the ban and So we'll deal with that in a second but I just wanted to talk a little bit about her her career and her her approach to the business and to the sport of tennis generally and her refusal and I think there's probably comes back to us what you said about how she wasn't prepared to just go along with what people may be wanted it to be and she's never she's just done at home away and and it hasn't always been that popular with. I don't know maybe maybe people within the sports maybe with us in the media and I just wonder whether that's something that might only happened to a woman. I don't know whether whether because she wasn't prepared. Suggest toe the line if you like. And she is an and this retirement a perfect example of there. I'll I'll do it in vogue and Vanity Fair my way. I'm not GonNa do your your nice farewell till you not going to give me all your crystal vases and all the rest of it. You're going to just have it. Might play in in my words. You'RE NOT GONNA get your press conference. You know you just not going to have it. I'm going to I don't care and I and I feel like she's she's basically carried her entire career like that with a bit of two fingers up to everybody. You're right. Non Noncompliance nonconformity all characteristics that society values in in women. I went to a to a talk last night. involving three three prominent feminists one of whom has a has just reached a book called. Difficult Women Madeleine Lewisville through the book Discussing significant what society might call difficult women in feminist history? And how they've been treated. As a result of that obstinacy the obstinacy the the the the the difficult facets of the character that enabled them to do extremely significant things but also let them to be treated in a certain way by society. That didn't embrace these. These qualities women. So I think I I think that probably is something in that That something had not really considered before With her and you know I had issues as much with a subsequent treatment of Post Ban career and approach to it and approach to achieve woods. Oil is plays. I had as much issue with that as I did. With the whole fiasco that unfolded at the time. But I do respect the idea. Respect the attitude. If I'm just GONNA do this this my way. And there's a lot of people talking about curious today. And how he he was saying After retiring and Acapulco he gets on saying I don't care I didn't care that I go paid whereas actually you could. You could tell very much the way he was talking about it. I think Sharapova really managed to do a lot of genuine unin care and Severe Kenan. It's some of the things that we were raving her in Melbourne. Read that she just stomped around and did our own thing and and she idolized Maria shop over. That was her her hero and and identify quite realized over the years of look back over. Sheriff over's career that that yeah it was. It was kind of a bit unusual To not to sort of do not embrace in the way that maybe people wanted to to in your words but to digest full aroun- her own perception. I mean I I never. I've never liked the the sugar pover- products and things. I don't particularly like some of the things that she's she's carved out for herself as another career. But that's just a personal preference. I I have a lot of respect for the fact that she's just gone. Well just done it done what she wanted today and she successfully done it just before we get back onto the the ban. I mean the the the on court achievements Whilst the spectaculars I thought they were going to be from her as a child prodigy as a as somebody who came along as as a junior champion etc I find achievements arguably even more impressive given the we subsequently as Christmas mentioning found her to be kind of limited as a tennis player. Actually an and yet she still through perseverance and through just bloodymindedness because she would not quit and she adapted and found ways. I mean look at how she won her slams two thousand four. I think two thousand six for the. Us Open two thousand and eight for the Australian Open. Two Thousand Twelve for the French. Open two thousand fourteen for the French. Open you know. She's she's done over ten year period and still only one five slams but when all of them I mean I just I like that when I look at that as a body of work with all the injuries as part of it. Yeah I'm with a with a game. That's that's now quite out of date isn't it? It's it's the tennis has moved on from that High powered weaponry but with major limitations. Starting to play. You can't really afford to have. That imitations that that she that she has in in today's game and that's been the case over the course of her career. She's been fighting against the tide. And as you say it's it's bloody minded as an even even I can't remember exactly when it was when she. She had a period away and she came back with with a remodeled serve. She'd had to change her service motion and she was double faulting a lot. Lifted Aplenty thought. Bull without her serve. She doesn't stand a chance if she's she's not holding. Serve with these she. She can't afford to to not to have that weapon removed from game and she just wasn't having it she just found a way And that's to her to great credit. How tainted for you therefore issue by the doping suspension. Because we I listened to the PODCAST. We did around that time and the story you know did change. It became more severe when the initial Ruling came out and gave her two year ban and said that she she had full control over what she was doing. And then it was subsequently reduced by the Court of Arbitration Because of Saying that it wasn't intentional But.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

No Challenges Remaining

09:41 min | 8 months ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

"Thirty two after winning a Grand Slam at Wimbledon when she was just seventeen ending a life that is pretty much half been in professional tennis or maybe even more technically joined on this show to discuss the News Maria career and legacy and impact and controversies and whatnot else by dear friend of the show to Monte carry all of the Guardian. Hi Tony How are you doing? Swimming meets the spin the long walls inside the pit on that shows up buck. We had requests from Patriot backers. I think who were like you need to get money back and I was like. I think that's doable. And I was thinking we would do it sometime. We saw each other later. And then this Sharipova news broken. I was like how about right now and you were games. I appreciate you being for talking about Maria. Let's start with you. What was your reaction when you saw the news today I guess I don't know where I thought if it was through the publish store that she did that. She did or aware that shampoo was retiring. What were your. What was your reaction? What my I I I saw it from. Dennis's tweet out Haracic sponsor. Yes I mean. I wasn't surprised. I guess I wasn't anticipating it right now but I always knew that you know. It seemed to be coming and particularly after the Australian Open after. Bummer WRECKAGE. It seemed the writing on the wolf. I mean for us but for her for the first time you know that wasn't the kind of the resolve and the you know I'm bad going through this. She seemed well. This was working certain accepting her tennis mortality. Must maybe for the first time I remember asking her about After that loss Beckett her ranking with skin a slip to like because she may fourth round before her. Who's going to slip to a three hundred something and are asking her like you know you go down and play. Ats or something just seemed fairly not interested in that idea at all. It's one of the things that my main reaction through retirement which I can't remember for any other athlete is kind of being relieved like you. You know it was so clear to so many people who are close this close to Maria that this was not working in what she heard like and I think she said this in maybe interview with Chris. Clara came out that what had been a big strength of hers. Her perseverance sir. Refusal to quit determination kind of became an not dissimilar to Andy. Murray maybe in some ways but kind of became a weakness near the end where she just kept pushing pushing pushing and refusing to accept what was obvious to everyone else and when you've had you know an odds defying story like Maria had with her whole journey from Siberia that's been well-documented through to the sport like you understand why what made her so great was also a made it tough to tough to walk away and with Maria I would people would ask you about her and I would rephrase I started using conversation happened a lot. Like why is she is still here? I kind of I kind of said. She forgot to retire like she had. She was the I landed on like she had in twenty twenty. Hindsight there was a moment 2017. Fall where she had just beaten how at the US which kind of proved that she was back in who is our big first. Big Big Post Suspension win your. And then she goes on and she wins tangent which is a tiny title but still her first title since Angeles a trophy. In hindsight. She should've stopped right then. If you WANNA go out at all on top knowing her obviously she thinks you know I am. I can still do more. And then she has shown over the next year. It gets clobbered by Kerber in the third round really badly and it was kind of an kind. Never really got that. Same that same Mojo BACK. I mean she. Did you know had a good French? Open that year quarters. She's GonNa play three in the fourth round. It's rented pulled out of that match which was a match. Even looking forward to Katrina was back off maternity leave and question marks around her and Maria was having a really good couple of weeks and people felt that could be a competitive match. Even though obviously we'll get more three as it goes as far as ship of his legacy goes but yeah I I. I just thought as the results continued disintegrate and her health continued getting worse which had been getting bad even before the ban slowly. The early signs of her arm breaking down her shoulder continued to be problem. Those are all there so as it kept getting worse and worse I just I it she just she just wasn't competitively. Relevant anymore wasn't even like a dangerous floater by the end. And I just I just I was. I didn't think that I was sort of hoping that she would see the light. Mean or sounds like you know harsh but I think she finally did. I'm pretty relieved that she's not stopping. You mentioned two thousand seventeen and that was. That was a moment that was one highpoint when she could have left but when she came back from the Bannon how much people thought she was going to just return to. The top right came back in the clay season before we knew whether or not she would have gone to wildcard people. She was going to GonNa win the French. Open at one point when we think back before the band you know what he was already disintegrating. They're already the signs up that she was getting that these players who are out there until the mid thirties that still very difficult to do daily for someone who has been at the top of the game since she was sixteen. You know that's a law. Ten S A long time and. Yeah just think bit by bit as it has been clear about this constraint of setbacks and injuries and different possible for DM for me kind of the the big moment. I mentioned it to down to more than last year when he lost in first round. And I mean I I you know. We've we've been in many press conferences you more than me and that. She looked like she was. She was closed. If not crying and it just you know. She knew that she had just had shorter surgery earlier. That year run another setback can when she got one buffer but he thinks another setback sir. It's been a long time coming in. You know think it's yeah. That was when she retired that with a masters when she retired down five seven the third to Parmentier which was very out of character for her a loose department day. But be to to retire and stop and I don't know what kind of Odyssey Paul had plenty of thoughts Maria Simpson. But it's interesting to see how uncharacteristic it wasn't. How sort of again? And I'm not somebody who had all believe in the concept of players sticking around too long and quote unquote diminishing their legacy. I think that's what I don't Miss. What Maria was doing in this last year or two but it was results that were completely not in keeping with what her legacy and stature is. There were kind of beneath her results. Honestly but the she wanted to that she was kind of a glutton for punishment. Someone Kinda couldn't notice. Stop like I said that is the sort of flipside of what made her so good for so long and the fact that she is thirty two but had played and didn't play a super super full schedule but whenever she did play she was really all out all the time. I point to last point in a in a way that was different than like. We'll talk again. We'll have more on Serena later Serena I think has been much more aggressive. When it comes to energy management during her younger than Sharipova was really dislike the time she stepped on court for the first time that fifteen sixteen years old on tour know she was really pretty all out all the way and didn't know wouldn't ever allow herself to shift into any sort of lower gear And Yeah that that burned her out and had spectacular physical ramifications for her which started in seriously as soon as early as oh eight I guess when she was just twenty one years old and had her first shoulder surgery That in those sort of health problems continued to be a story with her all the way through even as she got. You know her game back. Northstar. Winning Grand Slams again became a threat on clay until the transform. Yourself that way like the service never would. It wasn't she was a teenager. If you watch the footage of the Oh four would final like her game is not really recognizable to what when she was that good seventeen and she's been much more sort of whippy loose. You know powerful snappy game that she played early later career so her ability to sort of to evolve into survivor body breaking down maintain this line she did with pretty remarkable and you could see by the end. She was really grinding credit. And Aguirre's you and I think the second career after his stroller century it became more about that kind of as that Kinda grind. You know she she couldn't. She didn't just blow her top rivals of the cord. The matches became longer and tighter and more about the mental side and application in. So yeah that that takes a toll in Fisher so what this is there a little bit of retrospective what was what was your earliest memory of of Sharipova. If you remember I remember it was willing to two thousand three hundred forty one and she played Ashley Harkleroad in the first round And as reason I was actually just reading the press conference transcripts and stuff and it just.

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5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32

The Sean Hannity Show

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32

"Five time tennis grand slam champion Maria Sharapova he is retiring the thirty two year old says she'll miss the sport and everything that comes with it Sharapova completed the career grand slam with wins at Wimbledon the US open Australian Open and two wins at the

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5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32

"Maria Sharapova burst onto the scene at seventeen when she won Wimbledon in two thousand and four and gathered five grand slam titles with her blonde hair and trademark grunt Sharapova was as big a star is tennis had making millions of dollars and sponsorship deals surepos rivalry with Serena Williams was supposed to be one for the ages but it became so one sided it can hardly be called a rivalry with Sharapova winning just two for twenty two battles with Williams Sharapova suffered a serious shoulder injury in two thousand and eight and was dogged by injuries to her five wrist and shoulder she ended up leaving at the Australian Open in twenty nineteen you realize that you're not a moral you're never gonna play this for forever in an essay written for Vanity Fair and vogue about her decision to retire she asked how do you leave behind the only life you've ever known I'm Jennifer king

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"I'm Saying Goodbye": Maria Sharapova Retires From Tennis at Age 32

Beyond the Baseline

10:24 min | 8 months ago

"I'm Saying Goodbye": Maria Sharapova Retires From Tennis at Age 32

"Don't know if you share my sentiments. This was news. That is not remotely surprising. We were all expecting this. I think Most people had already pre filed. The Maria Sharapova retires column and yet I gotTa say it feels you know an hour into this but Feels a little weird definitely I. This is not like Last time we had big Sharipova News at SL which was of course it. Two Thousand Sixteen and that that was a big surprise. This like you said I think we all saw it coming. It was a matter of when and not if so for to be now is I think a pretty normal timing given whether she's going to play Indian Wells and Miami probably would have kick started her into the French and Wimbledon and then sort of. You're playing out the year at that point so for her to call it quits after all. Cheyenne this little gaps. Seems to make sense but I don't know what do you think? Yeah ranked ranked three seventy three. Something had to give here. This is a five time major champion. Who you did not think was going to play the wild card game for very long. I I guess I would perhaps suspected she would have played Indian Wells. It's an event where she's had success. It's two hours from her home in southern California she would have gotten a grand sendoff But you know this. This is I had these two competing instincts with Sharipova. What what do we know about her? She is fiercely. Driven fiercely competitive. She is and always has been. I think we can talk about this a bit later. The consummate professional and those are really dueling instincts when you're ranked three seventy three and not playing it anywhere near the level that you're accustomed to Part of you probably says I can fight through this. This is just more adversity. I can overcome. I'm better than this. I just need to work harder. I can get my body right. I can get my mind right. I can get back. I don't WanNa go out like this and another part of you says surely I can't have this indignity. I can't be losing round after round early. I'm not seated so I'm playing tough opponents. My Body's giving up on me so I think you had and they came from the same place but they're two very different ways to react to to the same core instinct and today she said enough is enough. I mean I think you're right that You know February is a strange month in tennis. And I guess you know we're we`re. There's no perfect way to retire from the sport and we see even within tennis players very differently. Some players go on this goodwill tour and some players like Caroline Wozniacki says look. I'm going to pinpoint this as my last event and go ahead and prepare your tribute reels. And I'm GonNa play this event knowing when I lose my last match. That's IT and Sharipova. We've seen other players. There's players do this as well. Sharapova pulled us out of the blue and it's it's a Wednesday and she's not at a tournament today And retired in her own way. So I don't know I mean the other. There are a number of questions that stem from this whole conversation and jump in any jump in anytime here. I mean I think the overall question when a player retires as we assess legacy I don't know particular bullet points. Jump out at you Jamie. I think I think highs and lows complicated legacy Of course is going to be attached to share over The the craziest thing I think if you look at the timing now she's ranked three hundred seventy three which says absolutely nothing about her career but to your point. I mean she was at the point now where she was trying to come back and she's nowhere even near the top one hundred You know not even winning any matches and it's it must be really hard for her honestly to you know given all that she's accomplished. I think we said thirty six. W titles obviously the five Grand Slams all these rivalries quote unquote particularly with Serena Williams which is also another interesting conversation to have but I think it was probably getting difficult for her to continue to be you know struggling and Her her legacy given you know the the MELDA NEOM and the ban will always thou always be part of her story? Yeah I think you're absolutely right and today should be happy day. Celebrate a five time major champion. I mean I was looking at her staff and I think we forget how good she was for for a variety of reasons. I think to the casual tennis fan. They were misled by two. One is the head to head with Serena that you reference. She beat Serena Breakthrough Center women. Final Two thousand four and then she loses whatever. The math twenty two is the derived. So lose eighteen nineteen matches to Serena Williams And I think that to the casual fan that we say rivalry. And then we sort of have to amend that to say with a lopsided rivalry which might be an oxymoron. The other thing about Sharipova that I and I wrote about this that I think is a great Sort of misleading bid about her is she had this regal disposition and she endorsed product after product. And it was very upscale. And it's Evian Cole Haan I remember you. I remember walking in New York and seeing her on three different billboards for three different upscale products. And there was this or of elegance. She was selling herself as much as she was a brand. She was selling sort of cosmopolitan posh elegance in yet. The tennis was. I was called her sort of tennis. Gym Rat I mean. It was not elegant tenants by any stretch and Jud admit to that and she was in her own way your own six foot one inch which she was a grinder and she was not what you call an athlete. He wasn't a graceful mover. She did not play graceful elegant tennis and I always thought that was really to her credit. That you'd see her on the back court and she'd be doing her footwork drills because she knew that was an area to improve and she would be working on her serve which always gave her fit in part because of the shoulder injury and she would grind out matches and she would win tough matches. She did not. This was not the female Roger Federer and I think tennis fans of course know that but I think casual fans see all of this aura of elegance and assume she played that way and that wasn't the case at all I mean the the screaming grunting grinding sweating. You'll brushing the hair that had managed to her forehead. That's the Maria Sharapova on the tennis court has an athlete And I think you know again I want to just this should be a day to give credit to someone who had a tremendous career and five majors. Yes but thirty six titles almost forty million dollars you got to number one. I mean this is really an a-list career and you know she had the misfortune of playing. At the same time Serena Williams and there was a lot that went into that relationship beyond the tennis. That probably did not work to Maria benefit but you take away. Cerita you take away. Venus Williams seven majors. Maybe Justine Henin. Maybe Kim Clijsters and I think it's very easy to make the case. Marisha published one of the top five players of the Post Steffi Graf of the last twenty five years and tennis so this is really a remarkable career. And yet as you mentioned if we're going to talk about her honestly. This wasn't the way it was supposed to end. Which is you know a a doping ban. I thought a very clumsy handling of the doping ban. I thought it was very out of character and off brand of her to have been so sloppy. Not just in the violation but then in the aftermath and how it was handled and some of the the the the press conference that we referenced and she was never the same player after that and you know co correlation is not causation and may simply have been that. She was a little sport and she was in early thirties and players get older. We see this on not just in tennis but in in sports in general I mean thirty two big number in in women's tennis but it was not supposed to end with a doping band and a ranking that drifted deep into triple figures so overall macro great career hall of fame player but there is a tinge I think of bittersweet. There is a little bit of disappointment. That This wasn't the way this hall of fame career was supposed to be a gift. Compare what we saw a month ago when Caroline wozniacki is out there on the court and our families there and she's toasted and all of the players are making tribute videos and were. She's crying but she's saying I'm not sad and she does. I mean I talked to her the following day. She was all gussied up because she clearly had been doing the spots around. There's definitely a difference of a decision on your terms and decision that was made based on your body and The time of your career. You know it's it's very different in comparing into. What was the Yankee especially given those? The Yankees recent title in Australia just seemed very full circle for her to do that. this again is random but also very expected. I think one of the things I always sort of liked about Sharipova was Her personality in in two ways. I think we talk. You talk about her on the court sweating grinding shrieking. I mean everyone. I think even if you're not a big tennis fan you know share Provo. Because maybe she made you mute the TV while you're watching a match and that's something that a lot of people will probably joke about but you know she worked hard in the court she was always like fierce and and you know a competitor for sure but she also you know. I remember processors and and interviews where she's actually has a very great personality and and you know quite opposite of that fierce competitor where she could be funny and she was actually Kinda Witty and and You know there was a a side to her personality. That was very likable. When most people on the court probably saw the opposite so overall she's a huge name. In this sport she's one of the handful that transcends just tennis you you mentioned her and she needs only one name There's only a handful of those type of athletes so I think She will definitely be missed. I think we're fair to

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Five-time Grand Slam champion Sharapova announces retirement

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Five-time Grand Slam champion Sharapova announces retirement

"And one of the great names in sports she's only thirty two here so how is this possible no nineteen year career can you believe this she turned pro at age fourteen five time grand slam champion and Maria Sharapova announced her retirement this morning at the age of thirty two she announced it in an essay that appeared dead today in vogue and also in Vanity Fair she won Wimbledon in two thousand for the U. S. open NO six the Australian Open a no wait and the French Open in twenty twelve and twenty fourteen she was number one in the WTA rankings on all five oh seven oh eight and Dan done in twelve lost in the first round of this year's Australian Open in straight sets played only two matches this season lost both was battling injuries but Maria Sharapova calling it quits at age thirty

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KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova retires from sport

"We have breaking tennis news is forty years Redeker doing yes we do no news conference today for tennis star Maria Sharapova nope she announced she's retiring from tennis via vogue and Vanity Fair magazine's the thirty two year olds at injury issues after a fifteen month doping ban and dead and again has struggled so Maria Sharapova calling it quits hang up the tennis

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Sharapova retires from tennis after 19-year career

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Sharapova retires from tennis after 19-year career

"A shake up in women's tennis five time grand slam champion champion Maria Sharapova is retiring from the sport at the age of thirty two she was once a monster force in the game both on the court with the championships and off the court with her marketability Sharapova's career is taking a dive in recent years after a year long suspension for

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Australian Open player suffers coughing fit amid hazardous air

AP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Australian Open player suffers coughing fit amid hazardous air

"Poor air quality in small case from Australia's wildfires led to a temporary suspension of practice sessions for the Australian Open qualifying later began Tuesday morning and what's being called very poor conditions there were complaints from at least one player who was forced to forfeit her match former number one ranked Maria Sharapova struggled in the heat and smoke and her match was called off late in the second set the legal yucca Povich was leading her first round Australian Open qualifying match when she dropped to her knees in a coughing fit she told Australian Associated Press she was really scared she would collapse and says it's not fair officials ask players to take the court in those conditions organisers said further decisions on match scheduling would be made using I'm flight data and in close consultation with its medical team the bureau of meteorology and sciences from the environmental protection agency in Victoria

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Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

"Air quality is improving in Australia when the air quality in Melbourne Australia improved early Tuesday morning from hazardous to very poor qualifying matches for the first major tennis tournament of the year resumed as toxic smoke from devastating wildfires was pushed to the southeast leaving a thick haze over the host city of the Australian Open scheduled to begin Monday but as players continue to suffer breathing problems Maria Sharapova among them dangerous air quality could force the tournament to reschedule either to move many matches indoors at a chase at Melbourne park or delay the grand slam tournament conditions overnight described by Victoria state's chief health officer as the worst in the world one qualifier retired with breathing problems said it was unfair she was asked to

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Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

"Air quality is improving in Australia when the air quality in Melbourne Australia improved early Tuesday morning from hazardous to very poor qualifying matches for the first major tennis tournament of the year resumed as toxic smoke from devastating wildfires was pushed to the southeast leaving a thick haze over the host city of the Australian Open scheduled to begin Monday but as players continue to suffer breathing problems Maria Sharapova among them dangerous air quality could force the tournament to reschedule either to move many matches indoors at a chase at Melbourne park or delay the grand slam tournament conditions overnight described by Victoria state's chief health officer as the worst in the world one qualifier retired with breathing problems said it was unfair she was asked to

Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

Rush Limbaugh

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

"Air quality in Australia has improved a bit when the air quality in Melbourne Australia improved early Tuesday morning from hazardous to very poor qualifying matches for the first major tennis tournament of the year resumed as toxic smoke from devastating wildfires was pushed to the southeast leaving a thick haze over the host city of the Australian Open scheduled to begin Monday but as players continue to suffer breathing problems Maria Sharapova among them dangerous air quality could force the tournament to reschedule either to move many matches indoors at a chase at Melbourne park or delay the grand slam tournament conditions overnight described by Victoria state's chief health officer as the worst in the world one qualifier retired with breathing problems said it was unfair she was asked to play Jared backs

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Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

Rush Limbaugh

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Australian Open matches delayed by poor air quality

"Air quality in Australia has improved a bit when the air quality in Melbourne Australia improved early Tuesday morning from hazardous to very poor qualifying matches for the first major tennis tournament of the year resumed as toxic smoke from devastating wildfires was pushed to the southeast leaving a thick haze over the host city of the Australian Open scheduled to begin Monday but as players continue to suffer breathing problems Maria Sharapova among them dangerous air quality could force the tournament to reschedule either to move many matches indoors at a chase at Melbourne park or delay the grand slam tournament conditions overnight described by Victoria state's chief health officer as the worst in the world one qualifier retired with breathing problems said it was unfair she was asked to play Jared backs

"maria sharapova" Discussed on Eater's Digest

Eater's Digest

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on Eater's Digest

"The biggest names in the world of food and the journalists here at eater we try to understand what's happening right now in kitchens restaurants and dining rooms around the world today on the loved being here Daniel was out of town I got to hang out with a real one on one it was the best you really missed a great day and then later we're getting into the biggest stories of the week we're talking John George Empire Talking Michelin Stars for talking a disgruntled chef and a and a fiery exit from the most legendary department stores in New York City and the the brand new circular Pizza Hut pizza box how man there's so much to get to what APP GS anyway let's get into it on the show we have tennis all-star and founder and CEO of Sugar Povayev Maria Sharipova. Welcome to the show thank you huge fan awesome we're a huge fan of yours so many people are excited that you're in the office today so we're going to take you a door area doing this shit has a candy line obviously your viewers probably with Maria Sharapova doing this spike but also you are a huge rubber I am not mistaken I'm just a big foodie yeah I mean I grew up loving food because I was in my grandmother's kitchen from a very young age and she actually when I wanted to help her work on the ingredients or put things in or mix it myself she would be like no this is not the career your path I want you to take so she would actually always like guide me away from the kitchen but I always had this like curiosity for tasting different foods ingredients and that's the best one of the best things about travel I've just been spent a few weeks in boarded Garin Italy north of Italy and just the bull like casual places that are so unexpected that where you go in and you just have a mom and pop cooking pasta and adding a little bit of truffle and you know they have their local cheese and their local Mel Brooks and the heavy cream and just seeing all of that come together those are the best experiences not necessarily particular restaurants but those are the memories that draw from food when you're traveling for tennis tournaments do you get to eat out much or you pretty regimented and what you're consuming and your training depends what what city and where we're staying in London this year we had an incredible chef come over because at Wimbledon usually staying home so stay with my team and my family and we just had farm to table food every single day that was that was a real treat and that doesn't happen often because it's hard to find kitchens and and constant hotels that you that I ended up living in and in New York where you spend a lot of time any restaurants you want to call out Oh I'm I'm usually calling at restaurants I haven't tried yet yeah what's on your to do this is it Mec- my missy missy I see yes I wanna try that I'm still trying to find a soup dumpling place so maybe you can we will provide you right so I visit Marvin on a lot because it's a Russian hotspot for me and just makes me feel like I'm close to home what do you what do you get more Yvonna I got the Borsch I get the if it's in season the cherry dumplings and the potato dumplings awesome and the sometimes the blends with like sour cream or a little bit of key Vr. I'm not a big vodka lover but I have in the last two years I love trying different cocktails and kind of seeing what I like out of I can't do straight talk radio definitely not not the true Russian or risky disappointing so sorry I was reading a food diary that did for Grub Street and you're mentioning how much you love Felix and how hard it is to get into so you would show up at five fifteen and then one night you the bar long time do you have someone who could just get you into these places I feel like that's part of being food lover is the process is not just the food getting there so the line should just like to know this particular incident were my friend and I were just walking around then as we didn't really have an agenda and we want to Felix early because we knew we didn't have reservations we'd have no chance walked in their two seats at the bar and close to finishing our dinner in gentlemen next to me was like have you tried that restaurant on those future chefs table in Russia yet that's a random question because he knew Yeah I've seen I've been to almost all of the chefs table restaurants congratuations good for you so we start talking about food and he's like have you been to this little Japanese steakhouse to-to Rocco and in Los Angeles and now saying no what is that he's like oh well you'll find out and he's like you gotTa know the shaft to get in so next thing you know he's putting the contact details of chef Caz into my phone and he's like you gotta try this place out so finished unearned on my God that's so random I wonder if this place even exists I google it I'm like Yup this is like a very non discrete place on Pico in Los Angeles looks like nothing from the outside and then there's this a pretty much a one man show inside of a Japanese stay grill so I write to the south and I say I have some family in town four of us any chance we can get in I guess come on over and so we went like a week later and it was honestly one of the best food experiences that we had and I looked back at the moment if I had never sat at the bar and just walked in casually and no having a nice little time with my friend I have never walked into this guy and never gotten that recommendation so yeah that's part of the food experience and also just being open to having that conversation with a stranger like that would usually happens when you eat alone which is very odd and strange but I kind of love it I feel like you focus on food you focus on the purpose of wire there and sometimes when you're talking so much you can almost forget what your but yeah that's so funny what about when you are training what kinds of foods are you eating I am pretty regimented you know I have I would say eighty to twenty percent work balance where eighty percent of the time I'm very diligent with what I eat from when I wake up to the water the amounts of water that I drink you know I start my day off with probably how the leader of water with lemon having that routine in the morning there's little routines that I feel are very important in life but generally with food because they kind of get you back on track back to feeling well and then I indulge for twenty percent of the time because you have to and is indulging for you as that candy or sweets wine it's kind of I think my first like pleasures of indulgence in the kitchen was with my grandmother when she would bake and Like the Apple Tart let's and even the dumplings which are like the sweet version she would pick the cherries off the garden she'd make our own Jam with the Cherries and then she'd make the uh-huh and then she just put these two two sides together create these dumplings in you know in an hour you'd have this like beautiful all June moment whenever I do eat sweets always think think back to that but it is a little bit of candy occasionally or like a chocolate bar I don't know I just feel like sometimes you need it uh-huh needed to get to feeling okay I treated myself I really worked for this and that's probably why I started sugar in the first place so as I know it's such a strange like concept of being an athlete but I give myself an opportunity and too many others to feel like it's okay to embrace the fact that you're not one hundred percent and all in all the time you have to give yourself a break for your mind for your body for your confidence good for you well especially as an athlete you you're so healthy like you are very aware of what you're putting in your body and how much energy you're exerting so I feel like you probably have a good sense of when you can indulge in when you shouldn't yeah I just finished a four week training block in Italy and I said on my last day I said the last day.

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Back at US Open, Serena beats Sharapova for 19th time in row

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00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Back at US Open, Serena beats Sharapova for 19th time in row

"Day one of the U. S. open Serena Williams continued her domination of Maria Sharapova beating over the nineteen straight time at this time in just under an hour six one six one Venus Williams also advanced to the second round cash Marty Carolee to please give a an elitist villian all one Angelique Kerber suffered a first round exit on the men's side Novak Djokovic won in straight sets Roger Federer advanced in

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Williams, Sharapova, Djokovic, Federer top blockbuster Day One bill at 2019 US Open

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Williams, Sharapova, Djokovic, Federer top blockbuster Day One bill at 2019 US Open

"On Novak Djokovic's just came on to the court here at Arthur Ashe stadium getting ready for his first round match against Roberto car by ace by Ania joke of it's the defending champion he's never lost in the first round of the open an already this year he has won the Australian Open and Wimbledon all right checking some of the other scores today here on day one the two seat Ashley Barty she lost the first five games to Serena D. as the party rallied and won that match in three sets here at Arthur Ashe stadium the three C. Caroline a Pliskova she won in straight sets Anastasia seven Stover and you went a conta also moving on on the men's side the seven C. K. Nishikori was up six one four one play just forty seven minutes his opponent retires to Nishikori is on to round two Americans Jensen Brooksby Dennis could lower and Bradley Khan they have all Bradley Klein excuse me they have all danced around to still to come this afternoon Venus Williams and Sam query Serena Williams tonight takes on Maria Sharapova first time they had ever met here at the U. S. open also tonight Roger Federer stand for Frank and Madison keys will be

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Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova And Bien discussed on the NewsWorthy

the NewsWorthy

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova And Bien discussed on the NewsWorthy

"Other sports news. Serena williams is about to play her main rival in the u._s. Open for the first time e._s._p._n. Bien says williams will play maria sharapova in the first round there the two biggest stars in women's tennis. The highly anticipated match is the first time the two will play each other in more than three years years and it's the first time they'll go head to head at the u._s. Open the matches on monday

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Rafael Nadal, Frances Tiafoe reach Australian Open quarterfinals

Bob Salter

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Rafael Nadal, Frances Tiafoe reach Australian Open quarterfinals

"Fifty four. Australian Open round for right now, Stefan, those sit surpass is tied with Roger Federer five on the third set. And they're tied at one set. All prior to that earlier on in round four twenty one year old American Francis tee off oh this to the quarterfinals. He's going to face. Ross doll Marsden play for so many years and playing quarterback. The slam, you know, hopefully. Labor worlds. Yeah. Evaluating american. Danielle Collins upset to seat Angelique Kerber Merrin Chile. Law says did Maria Sharapova boxing. Manny Pacquiao beat Adrian Brodie by unanimous decision, which could potentially set up a rematch with Floyd Mayweather.

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Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

24 Hour News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

"Records on police misconduct from law enforcement agencies all over the bay area. The foundation wants records of officers who have been involved in eight fatal shootings into the state's new right to know act. California's state law has traditionally barred access to internal police records, but since Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect January first the ACLU says it and media outlets have been working to obtain documents related to investigations the serious uses a forest sexual assault and dishonesty the half day. Two dollar a pack tax increase on cigarettes was overwhelmingly passed by voters in thousand sixteen is starting to pay off KCBS is my Colgate says the state has started dispersing proposition fifty-six money, the tax raises more than a billion dollars a year. So there's a lot of money available six cities in Santa Clara county getting more than three hundred thousand dollars to help reduce tobacco use among teens. They use of nicotine. Gene. And vaping products has increased substantially national. Studies have seen this increase quite significantly. And so our concern is that youth are getting dictated to nicotine, they coal cost the tobacco free communities program at the Santa Clara county public health department said the six cities every Quested funding, included, San Jose, Sunnyvale Santa Clara. We were able to fund all of the city's at the level that they had requested. And really this is an opportunity for cities to address the needs of their local residents within their city in regards to tobacco related issues. The money will fund a number of programs including decreasing secondhand smoke exposure as well as restricting the sale of flavored tobacco products in the Silicon Valley bureau. Why Colgan KCBS Napa police have arrested a Napa woman on suspicion of a hit and run of a pedestrian on Tuesday. Twenty year old Alexandra verandas is suspected of hitting a sixty two year old woman on Sasco avenue. Just after six thirty. The victim was not in a crosswalk when she was hit in the southbound lane of traffic suffered head and facial injuries and was taken to Queen of the valley medical center after the collision. Witnesses had a dark colored sedan that was traveling south on Sasco avenue left the scene on Wednesday afternoon and alert citizen reported a suspicious vehicle and police responded and found a newer Honda Civic with damage consistent with a collision. The car was impounded for forensic processing police contacted verandas. They registered owner of the Honda at her home on March. Dr she was arrested in a book in the Napa county jail for hit and run causing injuries. And at last report the pedestrian was still hospitalized coming up on KCBS. I'm Rebecca chorale. The mindful approach menopausal women say is helping them. NFL sports at one forty five with Bruce McGowan one of the hottest teams, the two time defending champion warriors. We'll get back into action Friday night in LA against the clippers warriors won six straight. Now, they play the LA clippers on Friday and DeMarcus cousins will make his debut for Golden State coach Steve Kerr was asked. If he has any concerns about DeMarcus cousins fitting into the warriors system he's been in the league along time. We know his game. Well, we know what he's capable of strengths and weaknesses. So we've got some ideas how we're gonna use them. But there's no substitute for actual game experience. So put them out there. And we'll see how that goes. We will Andre Iguodala says he also thinks the cousins is going to fit in just fine. I've had so many conversations with him on adventures. Sees I'm like, okay. He gets he calls. A Shannon myself, though, guys, all guys. We're gonna take care. We'll make sure he's good people forget, he's no top ten talent. Andre Iguodala dole a nice game. The other night coming off the bench with fifteen points, including a key three point play at the end of the third quarter that put the warriors in the lead on a college hoops and USF continued its strong season the don's although they lost over the past weekend. Gonzaga one of thriller over Pacific fifty three fifty two Charles Millon's free throw with three seconds left gave the dons their margin of victory. Saint mary's. Meanwhile, beat Santa Clara their old rivals who haven't really given them a whole lot of trouble in recent years, seventy five fifty five guard Jordan Ford, eighteen points for the Gaels in a tough night for both the Stanford men's and Cal men's basketball teams, Washington state whack the bears up in Pullman, eighty two fifty nine in Washington won their sixth in a row easily beating Stanford up in Seattle eighty two sixty four New York Yankees have opened up their checkbook, again, what else is new twenty seven million over three years goes to middle reliever out of Iino valuable Thirty-three-year-old who was outstanding with the Colorado Rockies in two thousand eighteen a two point four three ERA a career high. One hundred and twelve strikeouts. In just seventy seven and two thirds innings and a six four record and finally an upset in the women's draw. The Australian Open as defending champion. 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New details emerge about doomed Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea

BBC World Service

03:49 min | 1 year ago

New details emerge about doomed Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea

"What's the world's first of a Boeing seven three seven. Max jets, a new aircraft? What what are the preliminary investigations all suspicions that behind this crush? Well, the early reports finding anita's transport safety their investigations are all pointing to. Nicole issues with this almost brand new plane, and as you say a very new model from a Boeing they've looked at issues in Lyon, air this budget airline in terms of maintenance and pilot training, quite quite damning reports there, but also looking at these Boeing's anti stole system, which is different in this model to previous planes that the manufacturer has put out and also looking at Cindy replaced sensor that the plane had because the plane on a previous flight from Bali Jakarta. They found had serious technical problems. They were in the log now lion air insists those problems were fixed before it took off again. But the investigation is really focusing on the technical issues with the plane and some of the families of those who have died on on that flight have launched legal action against Boeing for their. Concern over the maintenance of the type of the plane. So they are ongoing at the moment. Thank you for. The update hedge Cuba. Joining us live from Jakarta, sixteen minutes past the reminder of the top stories a couple of headlines from the BBC newsroom Turkey has reacted with anger to a threat from President Trump to quote devastate the Turkish economy if Turkish forces attack Kurdish forces after the American withdrawal from Syria and the Italian futures chancery Batista will arrive home in the coming hours off the decades on the run. Most of them is spent in South America as being extradited from Bolivia. Matthew Kenyon with the sport. Six wins in a row for new Manchester. United gonna sell share off to there. One win over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday and the English Premier League Marcus rashes drew the goal with a standout performance in goal to preserve their lead. Leonel Messi breaks. More records shock his four hundred goal in LA Liga as pass alone. Abate Eibar three mail. Meanwhile of relief around Madrid fans a late goal from Denisa bios gave them a two one win over Real Betis which takes him back into. The top four in the table early news from the first day of the Australian Open tennis fifth-seeds Sloan Stevens, former champion Maria Sharapova seventeen times grand slam winner, Rafael Nadal and Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson of all one through to the second round. But the men's nine see John is net is out and last year's champions. The Philadelphia Eagles are out of this year's NFL postseason beaten by the New Orleans Saints will play the Rams next week for a place in the Super Bowl this year. The Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys last year's runners-up. You England Patriots beat the chargers. They'll make Kansas City Chiefs. Next Sunday, I q Buffy more twenty minutes hair goal. Save is something to behold, isn't it? They were eleven saves counted in the second half in particular, and it was an stellar performance. CGI? I don't have a look at if you haven't already now, let's talk business. Asian stock. Markets are declining today on concerns about the strength of China's economy. Philip Hampshire is on the business desk with us this morning. Good morning. What's is this slowdown in China's economy? How big is it gives us some idea? We've got we've got a bunch of different pieces of information and data coming out to answer your question in terms. Nobody knows where everybody's watching the data and their little bit a little bit holding their breath as it were depending on how you want to slice and dice. The data depends on how you present it over the course of last year Chinese trade with the rest of the world is improved. It's increase your they're selling more things abroad. They're also find more

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on WEEI

"The you know the wimbledon is share pulverize another russian it was like one blonde one brunette can't go wrong she did yeah couldn't go wrong either way to wash your loss she's too busy doing season billion that's right and she's also too busy there candy company yeah she's a candy company sheriff sheriff fina i think it's called no i'm serious she has a candy company called shera shera pena sheriff or something like that i'm dead serious maria sharapova candy company i don't know if anybody you know easter candy shirts like incredibly expensive stuff sheriff fina no sugar povo that's it sugar pov is the name of her candy i like candy girlfriend's got me laying off the sweets right now what do you mean the girlfriend tells you what to do well you know she's very fit so it's like you'll pressure is that her business you want you for who you are the dad bod'ed yeah here's the thing like you know what accept me for who i am we'll think about this would you rather give up sweets or alcohol ooh that's a hard right sweet see i gave up the sweets i keep drinking the beer but like i do love sweets i don't you know sweet i love salty food like savory food really eight nick would you give alcohol or sweets tarred right probably doesn't drink i think nick drank he's married you don't drink oh i do right so would you give up alcohol i think it will be a both of them are bad for you right gotta pick one come on pick one i think it'd be the sweets okay i gave up the sweets continued the alcohol yeah i think that's what i do yeah yeah very difficult choice could give up like potato you still have your teeth you know alcohol roger teeth too doesn't it you lose your teeth either way i think boy your kidneys roger kidneys right now you're living liver liver deliver goes right you got to ring up deliver sometimes yeah that's a tough choice a tough choice picket personal fouls never a tough choice you on the show we do it every night we do it next gandhi schwartzman nbc sports.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Was supposed to face off with maria sharapova but ended up dropping out with a pictorial injury okay and they talk about maria sharapova and serena williams as this rivalry what rivalry okay what rivalry are we talking about there's no rivalry when serena williams dominates sharipova every time they face off okay honestly let me see i'm trying to pull up the head to head record right here just to get some facts all right let's see find it all right so head to head and they call them this rivalry they are literally calling this a rivalry as far as the winds head to head serena williams nineteen reassure povayev too they've played twenty one times cher poll was only one twice let's see we'll go two thousand four miami masters first time serena williams beat sharipova two sets wimbledon two thousand and four sharipova gets the better of winner williams in two sets all right and the wto championships sharipova gets serena williams you beat or twice in a row in three sets all right then after that all right we had the australian open serena williams wits the australian open final the next year or two thousand seven serena williams wins seven the miami masters serena williams puts to nate in charleston three and whims mirror show povo serena williams wits to ten we had a wimbledon serena williams wits eleven stanford so in a williams wins i mean i'm not even go through it it'd be redundant we all know i don't understand what rivalry everyone is talking about and i'm not the biggest tennis person or anything like that.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The headline from the friendly's took place on saturday was the injury that forced vincent company off in the first half of belgium's goalless draw with portugal that's groin injury and the manchester city defender has been sent for a scan to determine just how bad the damage as alex obese second half goal was not enough nigeria they lost two one to england at wembley the eagles did fight back in the second half after a poor first forty five minutes in which that manager role so they could have conceded five all six goals away from the football serena williams has ramped up her rivalry with maria sharapova as the pass atop a fourthround mazing at the french open tennis it is shower i first friends open of course entertaining from doping ban serena williams meanwhile returned to the tour of few months ago after giving birth to her daughter williams the eleventh seeded german julia girgis in straight sets and was asked afterwards about an exit about maria sharapova was biography i think the book was one hundred percent hearsay at least all this stuff that i read the quotes iran which was a little bit disappointing you know i've cried in the locker room many times after a loss i think what happens there should definitely maybe stay there not necessarily talk about it and not so positive way in a book and in the nba lebron james has described the loss to the golden state warriors in game one of the nba finals as one of the hardest defeats of his career he scored an nba postseason record of fifty one points for a player on the losing side in the cleveland cavaliers overtime loss game two is on sunday alastair thank you mr ross with the.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"From conflict maria sharapova at maria sharapova is the winner of five grand slam titles and an olympic silver medallist she's one of ten women and the only russian to hold a career grand slam which refers to winning all four major championships wimbledon these trillion open the us open and the french open forbes also his name maria the highest paid female athlete of all time which he first earned in two thousand five she's held that title for more than a decade is it true that you've never use the word rejection or that you don't believe in that word is that true well i do i mean it's a very it's a very tough word to believe in a very tough words eggs up i think one of the reasons is is because i s i saw in many different scenarios where my father would say no because he would open up an opportunity to say yes and could you please explain so there are many situations whether it was a coaching opportunity or whether it was receiving money from agency he had this ability to say no to the things that scene like they made sense like the easy way out because he believed that later he'd have a better opportunity to say yes lauding her in greater things it's who would no to the small shinyo drugs in front at the time i'm sure they they didn't seem so small nazma knots nonsite idle rain at halftime in reception right the shortterm shiny objects may be right so junction it wasn't um there was never a 'cause i always had i mean i always was falling in kinda next to my father and seeing the decisions that you would make i was only a kid and even when i when i won wimbledon knows only 17 years old you're still a kid and you're still thought.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Through hi everyone just me again i missing brian too but he will be back for next episode it's hard to believe it is our last show of two thousand seventeen i think a lot of people are ready to say goodbye to this year i know i am but one bright spot of my year was getting to interview tennis player maria sharapova we take this live at the ninety seconds rewi in new york city marie is a fivetime grand slam winner and she's out with a new memoir called unstoppable my life so far so clearly she's got another book egner without title she actually wrote her memoir during the fifteen months she recently spent off the court that's how long she was suspended from tennis i asked her to explain how that happened and we actually started by talking about what it was like to come back meanwhile in august i was in the crowd at marie is first us open match since her suspension was lifted and i wanted to know what was that night like for her how did it feel when she walked into arthur ashe stadium in queens to play for a soldout crowd i walked into a lot of unknown that night and it was very different to what i would usually feel going into a first round match at a tournament i felt like there's a lot on the line in that match from the moment that the draw came out and i saw that i'd be facing as a wild card the number two player in the world once i knew it'd be facing against her not only was playing in the us open after not competing there for a few years as going to play against simona hal up and just feeling arthur ashe stadium kind of seeing hand played under the the roof environment even though the roof was open but the new structure of the court it just seemed like almost like a new tournament to me because it had been so long it was very exciting it was a long we'll zhongde ashes han is who hours and forty four minutes but he's county judge i am but i have to say it was i'm counting the day after when i'm like oh i feel this part of my body i was supposed to finish that into sets must.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Agree i think is a great idea because he's telling his side of the story and he's putting in a documentary and if you have questions like he said just watch it just watch it but my focus right now a move i move past even the documentary my focus his football when i'm here in with this we we've had this happened before tennis player maria sharapova she was banned a year for pds she she then put out a documentary she never really had to answer any questions because it was all in a documentary she went on to have a a great tennis career she never it didn't deter her so i've seen this work before and i think that's his approach as his mindset look i'm going to different i'm going to look though it's a different dynamic but it's the same thing i'm just going to put it out there my side but i'm once is out there i'm done with it i've handled it out on visitors to she to two sheets of course the you pick what she want to answer this still no the shooter courses out there while you're he's just domestic violence is a hotbed issue there's a racial component to the queues or is a white woman he's black what my fears again frazee when you put this out there the people that passionately disagree with you and who have an agenda they're going to go through every part of your life looked even if it has nothing to do with this case where can we get zeke and he's been so we're mature his father letsie's immature we've seen in pulled out a woman's top on in the french quarter in new orleans we all gathered on us i wouldn't want this army of people searching through all of my trash and laundry looking for the next thing peace fight.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on KOMO

"Without the coolest was that nike commercial that was it was with maria sharapova and dumb and it was out there if you remember it is during wimbledon will some year a while ago but it was a it was we were everybody who singing i feel pretty from west side story hunters like as if we were in her head and then it ends with her is giving that famous grunt this he doesn't fit gut rule and not like danesi an and into song just stops and everyone just goes old that was a that was a relieved fun was new to new york at the time i said we were shooting at the waldorfastoria hotel and i was playing the singing doorman and there's this famous speech tennis player and it was just it was such a it was kind of a it was a fun one of those film tv on stage did you get a preference just to to shoot straight from the hip on this i i i grew grub wanting to be onstage wanted on broadway and and so i love life theater what you find out when you make your career doing it is that life theater is literally the hardest of all of the mediums of i i believe because it require such stamina you don't cause on on film you kind of turned anybody into a into an actor maybe not a great actor of you can make them look like one by just getting if they say that line just once in the right way you just cut that together in place at all of you may summing look good but on stage you'd does out there and no one it's no one but you and if you can't pull it off he can't pull up in that concentration in that effort especially in a musical where you're literally jumping rounds very hard on your body vocally it's very hard in film you can get away with having a cold or the flu but when you on stage it's really tough so i think all things considered idol i if.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"This is episode number far 35 with tennis champion and olympic medallist maria sharapova welcome to the school of greatness my name is lewis howes of former pro athlete turned lifestyle entrepreneur in each week we bring you and inspiring person or message to help you discover how to lock your inner greatness thanks for spending some time with me today now let the class begin boom boom boom boom thomas edison said you've we did the things we are capable we would astound ourselves welcome everyone to a 'nother incredible interview with the one and only maria sharapova and if you don't know who she is she is a worldclass tennis player she's competed on the tour since two thousand in one she's been ranked number one in the world in singles by the wto a on five separate occasions for a total of twenty one weeks she is one of ten women and the only russian to hold the career grand slam she is also an olympic medallist in a women's singles at the two thousand twelve summer olympics in london and are excited to have maria on of hatter on before but i'm bringing your back on because she's got a brand new book that is inspiring and moving and powerful and all about overcoming the odds and what she's how to overcome in order to get to wear she's at it wasn't always easy she didn't have all this money and all these opportunities she really earned it through seoul many.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"To jail on money it is a big weekend for sports fans week wine of the nfl and mark finals of the us open where you pulling for all you can't say down say it not maria sharapova anymore flame out oh you down of maria sharapova fan wow iron and she's a juicer mark says sara murray i i am a moderate nfl fan not a big one i'll i just and why not why because it takes too long to watch a football game it's just too i i could be that person who watches the highlights at every single game and be excited but it just two to sink in for one whole game i can't do it can't do it sorry uh anyway this is not a show about sports it is about how to take the mystery out of your financial life and i'm jill schlesinger and marta larisa was running the show from behind the glass marked the best producer in the world and case i have mentioned that and a half eight five five four one one jailed that is our phone number our email address is asked jill at jail on money dot com so let's start with the first caller john in chicago hello john welcome to jail on money hat and we help you at i jill thanks for taking my call i assure love the show love the podcast and all that thank you so much appreciate it my question is about my upcoming marriage on marrying my beautiful girlfriend kim in july of next year i had questions about one what are some best first step for new couples who are merging their hainan.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On monday the one day of the week we all need a little inspiration to find that a lucid light at the end of the town a helping hand to high step through the grind the perfect the licht certainly ways to those who bear stand and are rare clutter our founders hang in there you got this because monday night footballers back spike at six fifty five eastern then chargers broncos at ten fifteen september eleven on espn oblate occurs show what he does it in october it's tell that he's just okay the them in their report yet it seems like being conceded either by berisha would this through that's ten eastern on espn radio knee if emu new york city sets the stage for tennis his final major roger bootle rafeal madonna slowed maria sharapova wide open will hold watch another uso the us open continues through september two full years be in india's first to last full coverage is available streaming live on that he has to him two skis freddie and fierce bond espn radio on espn app lately we've customs through a blows but my goodness could we have a good one in college with wall.

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"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"maria sharapova" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Deconstruct the habits routines and tactics of world class performers of all different types whether they are billionaires chess prodigies elite athletes or otherwise and in this case we have elite athlete maria sharapova and man oh man that i have a lot of fun with this conversation we got deep into the tactics of training and mental performance mental toughness and much much more you can find her on facebook sharp oba you can fight our twitter and instagram at maria sharapova who is maria sharapova she is the winner of five grand slam titles and is an olympic silver medallist she is only one of a handful of players to hold all four grand slam titles including wimbledon us open australian open and roland garros she is held the world number one ranking for twenty one weeks and has 135 singles titles in her career forbes also named her the highest paid female athlete of all time in two thousand five is now held that title for a record eleven years of twelve years that is a longtime maria garners worldwide press coverage on and off the court with a social media presence that includes fifteen point five probably a lot more at this point facebook fans more than six point five million twitter followers two point seven million followers an instagram she serves as an ambassador to many of the world's top luxury brands and a number of fortune 500 companies putting porsche nike avian and head in two thousand seven she became a goodwill ambassador for the united nations development program this undp and has made significant contributions to chernobyl related projects in her native country do this twelve sherpa flexed her entrepreneurial muscles and debuted her upon us couture candy collection sugar povoa.

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