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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/11/23
"There stars are in the southern sky and if ever you decide... If my research is correct, this was what the Madison Square Garden crowd heard to begin the show that Mike was in attendance for when he was in New York. I'm just watching guys play tennis, but this is what Mike did. I bet it was awesome. Mike and I were in New York City at the same time doing very different things. Wait a minute. Don't say Mike and I were in New York City. You created quite the drama by your refusal to spend even a second of time with me when you and your beautiful bride were celebrating your anniversary. Well, excuse me for not peeling away for schmooze time on an anniversary event. It took Peg Hudson to set Joe and me straight. Let me give you the backstory. Yes, there's always backstory. Your research is spot on. That was what they opened with. They all lined up across the front of the stage, including the great Vince Gill. Oh my God. That show was unbelievable. I mean, when's the last time you've gone to a concert and for two hours you hear the band just do hit after hit after hit after hit? Who can do that? It's not a long list. The Eagles can do it. And they did it. Opened up by Steely Dan. And in fairness, there's an example, three quarters of the songs, I don't remember it. I never heard of, but there's a couple of hits there for some of the great Steely Dan. And then of course, the Eagles with what was an incredible night at Madison Square Garden. But anyway, you're here, you're in town. I'm in town with Joey and Peg. We're seeing the Eagles and we saw a couple Broadway shows and I figured when Mark and Lisa go do stuff, it's Mark and Lisa time. And I should have known that. So I delicately said, hey, you want to get together for lunch or dinner while you're here? I mean, we don't see each other in person very much. And of course, as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, oh, we're slammed. Thank you. We're very busy. We're very busy. We're slammed. We're a little maxed out here. We're maxed out. And so Joey and I got all up in arms about it Saturday night. My man, my man, buddy card is being revoked. We went to dinner at a place called Centurion, New York, and I had a table set for you and Lisa. I mean, we were in a private room on the 55th floor of one Wondervelt. I'm not kidding you. It was unbelievable. It's this brand new dining experience. And we had a room with a table of six with three of us. And I kept saying, gosh, what, how perfect that would have been for Mark and Lisa to have joined us. And Joey and I started bellyaching about your rudeness. And then Peg says, it took a woman to point out, are you guys high? Right. Well, she says, do you think they want to spend their anniversary weekend with you talking shop? And I said, well, first of all, we're more than just shop. It's not just work. We're friends. Exactly. There's all kinds of commonalities and tastes and the culture in our lives. And we're intertwined, of course, it would have been lovely. But it wasn't because you didn't give us the time of day. I know my priorities. Well, you're right. Okay. I mean, good for you. And I hope you had a lovely weekend. So what exactly should I have given up? Should I have, well, here's a weird story because we thought that one night was going to be at the Arthur Ashe Stadium for tennis purposes. And the other one was going to be at Elio's in the Upper East Side, the restaurant where I proposed to her in March of 2002. So which of those should I have cashed in, you know, go hang out with y 'all as much as wonderful as that would have been. I mean, is the proposal restaurant all that significant? Come on. Yes, it is. But here's what's weird. Here's the weird thing that happened on tennis day. Do you know how weird tennis is trying to attend it? If you want to go to the Cowboys and the Eagles on December 10th, you can get a ticket right now for the Cowboys and the Eagles on December 10th. But if you want to go see Novak Djokovic, which is what my bride wanted to do, because from 10, 15 years ago, we're watching Nadal and Federer, and she just loves these guys. And we have loved watching tennis together on the TV box. And I said, for this anniversary, I'm taking you to the U .S. Open. It's like, great, we'll go see Djokovic or other great players, Daniel Medvedev, the young Carlos Alcaraz, who may be the next Nadal. But if you want to see Djokovic, you can't. He's not guaranteed to play on a particular day at a particular time. You can nail down the day. We did not know until hours ahead of time that Djokovic and Ben Shelton, the American, would be the early match. And silly me, I thought, there's no way. He's got to be the late match. So I bought tickets to the late match at no small expense. But then all of a sudden it's like, ding, ding, ding. Nope. That is Medvedev. He'll be playing Alcaraz at night and beat him, of course, because it was Djokovic and Medvedev. And Djokovic won in the final that we watched last night. It was great. So here's what I had to do. I've never done this before. I'm a big fan of the secondary market. So I had these tickets on Ticketmaster. In the old days. You tell me you sold tickets because I was desperately trying to get tickets to go. I'm going to kill you. What? No. I wanted to go so bad. To the open? I wanted to go to the open so badly I could taste it. And I went on the secondary market. You know, God's been good to me and I have a pretty good living. I ain't spending $14 ,000 a ticket. Okay. You want to talk real dollars? I'm going to do this. I am going to do this for my bride. She doesn't do mink coats or huge jewelry. You know, she's just one of the million reasons I love her. We were in unbelievable seats for the night, for the night one in the hundred level, the loge level. And they were $1 apiece. ,700 $1 ,700 apiece. So $3 ,400 to put my wife and me in these magnificent seats. Then we learned, guess what? Djokovic ain't playing at night. He's playing in the daytime. So now I got to go get seats to that. But here's the thing, since the world expected Djokovic to be at night, that's why those seats were $1 ,700. The moment it was announced, I flip immediately to the day session, got the exact same seats on the other side of Arthur Ashe Stadium for $600 apiece. Boom. Then I sold, with my phone still in my hand, sold the ones that I had bought. Obviously, their price went down a little bit. So I didn't make it all back. But I essentially paid for the other ones with the sale of the first ones. It is a crazy modern world, man. It is a crazy modern world. And heaven forbid you would have said to your talk show buddy, you want a couple tickets to the open because I would have bought them from you direct. I wouldn't even know. Funny, I don't know how to transfer them to another actual human being. Well, there's a way. There's got to be a way. All right. I think there's enough about that. Here's my proclamation. If I come to Dallas for a weekend, I'll make time to see you and Lisa, okay? And I will find a restaurant with a private room and a seat for anybody you want to bring. All right. We'll replicate it, Texas. Let me share with you the sights and sounds of what I experienced this morning walking into work here at 111 Broadway in lower Manhattan. All the police activity as the commemoration, the bell is ringing, observing the moment the flight hit the North Tower. Twenty -two years, Mark. The moment you know well. Boy. You were in the Empire State. Sure was. And we're going to relive that today on the show as we always do. We're also going to play that beautiful faith -filled tribute called Silent Night that our friends at KRLA in Los Angeles made many years ago where God, you just don't believe it, but he has a plan and he is always, always with us, even in our darkest hours. So, you know, Axios had an interesting piece this morning about how young men and women enlisting today and joining the military. They don't have that sense of understanding or recognition of 9 -11. So many people became members of the military because of 9 -11. It was such a movement in this country and it was beautiful and it continues to be. And they're in their mid -forties now. Correct. You know, ish. And you think about, I mean, there are people of legal adulthood, 21 years old now, who were not alive for 9 -11. Absolutely. For them, it's not like it's Pearl Harbor or anything, but it's just something that happened before I was born. I got to wrap my head around that. It's interesting that I heard, that's a second time today, though, I've heard somebody say, well, it's not like Pearl Harbor. I really feel it is. Just to me, it's, maybe it's because of our age and, you know, we run around. Here's the crazy thing. You and I were both born less than 20 years afterward. Correct. After Pearl Harbor. So it was just something that had recently happened. That's right. Had a certain stigma and, you know. So I think about the people who joined the military on behalf of those who died on 9 -11 and fighting for our freedoms, fighting against tyranny. And Mark, I am stunned at the rapid way tyranny has come to our own governance. I read an article the other day in the New York Times. It's an opinion piece, to be fair. Trump indict Trump's indictments, the key players in the 2020 election effort. And Mark, they did one of these and I read it online, one of these comprehensive articles about how everybody who questioned in any way, shape or form the outcome of the 2020 election is a co -conspirator in the election denialism that is traitorous, that is traitorous, that's treason. Now, attack on democracy. Right now, never mind all the Democrats, including Hillary on down, who lined up in question the outcome of 2016. I guess that doesn't count. I'm sure the New York Times didn't do, you know, an extensive piece on this, but they've got everybody ensnared in this, Mark. Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley. We saw Lindsey Graham almost got indicted in Fulton County. And all they were doing was saying, what happened here? And exactly daring to inquire. And that has become a tactic of the left. And I think COVID, tell me if you agree with me, COVID broke the door open on this. If you dared question the vaccine or if you dared question the lockdowns, you were shut down. You lost your social media status. Some people lost their jobs. Look at the, look at all the airline pilots we lost because they wouldn't get vaccinated. And that kind of opened the door. And now it comes to the, to election integrity and the New York Times and people who think like them want to weaponize our free speech right to question anything. And criminalize it. And so your metaphor is apt. It absolutely is. And I hope it goes a similar way that the COVID extremism did. And that is that the pendulum swings. And now we have relative rationality, even though I did see in New York City, people walking around by themselves in Washington Square Park, wearing a mask outside. But not many, right? Not very many at all. Listen, I almost wanted a mask to keep away from the weed smell. I asked a New York City cop, what's with the weed? And he told me, he said, look, it's legal. You can't have enough where you're trying to sell it. You can't give it to kids, blah, blah, blah. But it's pretty, and I said, has it been a problem? He said, not really. He said, I don't like it either, but it's people doing, so, but not to divert. So your metaphor is apt. I hope that the pendulum swings, as it did with COVID, and I hope it does it maybe even quicker because the, because the Fauci's and the various other people who hit us with this have been proven so terribly, terribly wrong and corrupt so relatively quickly. I hope that can happen on weaponization of election. Well, Mark, there's reason to be optimistic. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's ruling, huge win for free speech where this appeals court upheld the prohibiting government officials from communicating with social media companies. There was a preliminary junction. The defendants include Joe Biden, the U .S. Surgeon General, the Health and Human Services Secretary, and the courts are agreeing that it is absolutely unlawful for government officials to try to censor speech on social media. Of course it is. Well, it took a long time. Sure. Well, listen, justice delayed is justice denied. But that's the pendulum swinging. And I hope you, speaking of New York, I hope you saw the New York -based shrews over on The View Friday, Anna Navarro and the rest of them now complaining about the illegals in New York City saying they need to be resettled elsewhere. Anna Navarro and the rest of them on The View want to kick illegals out of New York. How unwelcoming. Oh, how well, how unchristian -like of them. But listen, I heard somebody say this somewhere else and it's true. People like Greg Abbott and others have called Eric Adams bluff. Yep. We've called their bluff. We've said, all right, you want to be a sanctuary city? Here's what it looks like. This is it. Welcome to Texas. Every day, the amount. Welcome to El Paso. And, you know, so golly, I hope the pendulum is swing. Great to have you back. It is wonderful to be back. Great to kick off a big, big week. I'll be in Philly tonight for a big event with Dennis Prager and Pastor Robert Jeffers. Faith and Freedom Coalition event. And then back here on in New York Tuesday and then back to Florida. So, OK, this is crazy. Mr. Acela corridor. You're in Philadelphia for an event tonight. I'm on the 115 Acela. I love that train. In the morning? 115 this afternoon. To get there. But where are you doing the show tomorrow morning? From Philly, from AM 990. And then taking the Acela back. And I have to admit, I'm not a big train travel fan. Yep. I like that Acela. Yep. Pretty cool. And, you know, I think I've got to be in first class just so I can, as an observer, experience what that first class experience must be like. If you're going to do it, do it. You might as well go up front, you know, and or actually in the back. Sometimes the first class on the Acela is on the way in the back. But I still like walking over to the cafe car and getting a hot dog. Kicking it old school. Absolutely. Yeah. Love it. Love it. Big week. All right. Happy Monday, my friend. Happy Monday. Mike Gallagher there for you on this very. I'm just. Think identity theft won't happen to you? Think again. There's a new victim every three seconds in the U .S., over 15 million this year alone. And many don't even know their victims. LifeLock alerts you to identity threats you could miss, even when you monitor your credit. If your identity is stolen, your dedicated U .S. based restoration specialist will work to fix it. No one can prevent all identity theft, but everyone can save up to 25 percent their first year at lifelock dot com slash Salem. Identity theft protection starts here.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-10-2023 18:00
"Thank you, Kaylee. That was Bloomberg Sound On co -host Kaylee Lines reporting from our Bloomberg 99 .1 newsroom in Washington. And you can hear Sound On weekdays 1 to 3 p .m. on Bloomberg Radio. And that does it for this edition of Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend. Join us again Monday morning at 5 a .m. Wall Street time for the latest on the markets overseas and the news you need to start your day. I'm Tom Busby. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com. And the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, September 11th in Hong Kong. Sunday, September 10th in New York. And coming up today. Vietnam Air closes in on a $10 billion deal with Boeing for 737 Max jets. Italy signals it will exit China's Belt and Road investment path. And Alibaba's former CEO decides to quit just months after agreeing to lead its cloud division. G20 final wording on Russian invasion of Ukraine. Biden says climate change threat worse than nuclear attack. Fauci says Covid cases will rise but doesn't predict major surge. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Novak Djokovic battling Daniil Medvedev in the U .S. Open final. I'm Ian Schwartzman. I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on Bloomberg Radio dot com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. Hi everybody. Good morning.
Monitor Show 06:00 09-06-2023 06:00
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Monitor Show 06:00 08-29-2023 06:00
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"novak djokovic" Discussed on WTOP
"Is Novak Djokovic advancing over the top seed Carlos Acres in the French Open semi -finals in four sets six three five seven six one six one dominating towards the ends looking 20 looking for Grand Slam Championship number 23 so now he is into the final he will the face winner of Casper Ruud and Alexander Zverez coming up tomorrow's women's final top seed against Karolina Kova so that is at the latest from the French Open NBA Finals game for tonight Denver leading Miami two games to one game for this evening is in Miami Nationals in Atlanta after getting the day off yesterday because of the air quality situation in DC so they head to Atlanta first place Atlanta who is at the top of the by division five games the Orioles home to KC George Wallace WTOP Sports alright thanks a lot George now coming up here on WTOP we are hearing from some of the GOP presidential candidates as former President Trump announces his indictment in the classified documents case it's 1256 progressive protects more than just your and home car you could save when you bundle your motorcycles ATVs boats and RVs doesn't that sound good like the sound of the wind in the trees as your RV sits parked in the forest is that the call of the majestic owl? oh and there's the sound of a tree branch crashing into the roof of your RV their nest was in that branch but you know what does sound good you're covered with progressive so bundle all your vehicles in home in one place and save with a multi policy discount progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers this is wtop news
FRENCH OPEN 2023: Alcaraz, Djokovic on same half of draw; Swiatek-Gauff could be in quarterfinals
"Carlos alcaraz and the man he just replaced atop the rankings 22 time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic were placed in the same half of the French Open field in Thursday's draw and could face each other in the semifinals. The 20 year old alcaraz is seated number one at a Grand Slam tournament for the first time and was automatically placed in the top section of the bracket, Djokovic is seated number three. 14 time champion Rafael Nadal will be missing for the first time since he made his debut at the clay court major in 2005, play begin Sunday at Roland Garros. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
Rafael Nadal to miss French Open with hip injury, expects 2024 to be last season
"Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the French Open and says that he expects 2024 to be his last year on the tennis tour. The 36 year old has a career record of 112 and three across 18 appearances at the French Open, and he won the most recent of his record 14 singles titles there a year ago. Nadal is tied with Novak Djokovic with a men's record 22 Grand Slam titles
"novak djokovic" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Week into the mail bag. Before we head off today, just a couple of bits of news. Obviously, Novak Djokovic, yet another milestone in his career. He continues to make history. He now has the record for the most weeks ever by either a man or a woman as world number one. So Steffi Graf already held that, but the November which has today surpassed her number of weeks, which is just ridiculous. This is his 378th week at number one, not consecutively, of course, but yeah, that's a hell of a lot. Trying to work out how many years that equates to my maths isn't good enough. Joel, what do you think about Novak Djokovic's most recent accomplishment? Do you think this is a big significant in terms of the overall context of the goat debate? Yeah, it's an amazing statistic, it's an amazing record. It's nothing new. I think to Djokovic, she's been lapping up records, I think, over all over his career, and it's one I think that shows his consistency in his ever presence at the top of the game. So from that perspective, it's a fantastic achievement. And I do think that when we, you know, when all is said and done, when we look at Djokovic and compare him to Nadal and Federer, yes, I think we're naturally going to be talking about trophies and grand slams and I think we're going to be overweighting and comparing them on those levels. And I think maybe for the tennis purists, they're going to care a little bit more about weeks at the number one in terms of the ranking. Personally, for me, I'm still a bit more like I will measure the success on the trophies he wins as opposed to weeks at the top of the ranking, but it's still I think nothing to be sniffed at and it just shows how impressive it is, particularly I think given the era that he has been. I always think it's so hard to compare like for like time at the top of rankings because so many eras are very different to each other in terms of the players and the depth, but certainly the era he is in. I feel like that has potentially elevated this achievement, but I'm still like grand Sam's still for me is the de facto thing to judge Federer Nadal Djokovic on. And talking of Roger Federer actually from one goat contender to another. Roger Federer was spotted at Wimbledon last week. It was very exciting. And there's been a bit of speculation about the possibility of him potentially getting involved in Wimbledon this year. Perhaps as a I don't know, a commentator or a pundit, Chris, what do you make of this speculation? Do you think he would be a good addition to the BBC Wimbledon coverage this year? I mean, I think he certainly got the credentials for it. I think there are a few people with do you think? I'm not so sure. A couple less slams out there that have been doing commentary. So he definitely would know his stuff. I think it would be great to get his take. I wouldn't necessarily want him for every match. I'd like him to be used a bit like John macro in the sense that we get him for the semifinals and maybe the final is that just think, you know, he is such a legend of the game. He almost feels obviously he's tennis royalty. I just don't want to say him out there. Commentating on the qualities or anything like that, you know I want him to stick to the marquee matches. But here's a big fan of tennis. I'll be watching anyway. I imagine. Maybe this is just a way for him to stay closer to the action. It could add a new level or layer to the goat or the big three debate I feel. Imagine you just know the broadcasters like get me Roger Federer commentating on Novak Djokovic match. And I would be fascinated to see I would be fascinated to see how that turns out. I think it's really nice when you have recently retired players because they had a much more like what it was like to play them, you know? Yeah, they've got so much more direct experience of those players and facing them and then someone who retired 50 years ago. I mean, I prefer to listen to the more recently retired players. I personally think they're more engaging for the current audience, perhaps. So I think it'd be great. I'm all for Roger Federer getting involved. And I think he'll just miss it otherwise. I think he wants to get involved in some way. Maybe he could replace Sue Barker. Maybe he could just host the whole Fortnite. She missed the replacement. Let's have a look though. You know, that's a long way off, but let's look at what's happening this week on tour. We've got 500 events out in Acapulco and Dubai for the men. Also, we've got an event in Chile on the clay of the golden swing. We've also got hardcourt tournaments in Austin, Texas, where Sloane Stephens is hoping not to get double bagels. And we've got the Monterey open for the WTA as well. What are you most looking forward to? Obviously Joel, you were looking for malachi playing in his final tournament, but he's sadly lost already. So is there something else you're looking for to now? Now that he's finished. Yeah, I mean, of course, we've just spoken about Novak Djokovic or great to see him back on the tour in Dubai, really tough field, I think. He's got Medvedev in his half Greek spore as well. He's been playing great her cash. So I think that's going to be quite a tough test for him to get to the final, so I'm interested to see how he gets on. And also Acapulco, I love this. I know I didn't even realize this. Mateo bertini's brother, yes, Mateo bertini has a brother who I had no idea about. I'm probably saying this wrong, jacopo bertini came through as a qualifier. Sounds like you've made this up. So it really does. It sounds too good to be true. But came through qualifying ranked, I think in around the 8 50s or 8 60s. And yeah, he's playing Oscar otter, I think, in the first round in Acapulco. So yeah, bear a tini brothers on tour. So he must have got a wild. Love it. Surely then. Yeah. I think he did actually. At some point. I'm going to have a look at the Ben Shelton holger room a match that they're doubles partners, I believe, in Indian Wells. Clearly they get along so that would be quite an intriguing affair. I think my money is on that going through. Yes. And who knows, will Carlos alcaraz take to the court as well, because we don't know yet if he's playing or not. If his injury is going to be too much. So we'll see if that happens. And Chris, you said to me, I know you said that was almost too good to be true about bertini and he's got a brother. We've got to say emirati Carney's not playing Austin Texas because she's got tonsillitis of all things. When I did see that headline, I thought someone had made something up on Twitter as a bit of a tennis Twitter joke. Because I've never seen anyone pull up for tonsillitis. It's quite specific. It's a viral illness or something. So I look forward to seeing that at the bottom of the draw sheet. It might say it, I'll have a check. Emira cardi. A bit of both. Well, we wish her a speedy recovery. And yeah, obviously me and her have the same Instagram strategy later grams. But yeah, let's see how she gets on. Let's hope she's back to business soon.
The latest in sports
"AP sports on time, the top two teams in the AP's college basketball poll were in action Wednesday, both won but in opposite ways. Number one Houston jumped on tulane early and rolled past the green wave easily 89 59. Number two Alabama had to go to overtime to overtake South Carolina for good, 78, 76. Brandon Miller who took the court amid a police report linking him to a fatal shooting year, Alabama's campus scored 41 points, including the basket that tied the game in the final seconds of regulation time. Hockey with trade rumors surrounding him, the Blackhawks Patrick Kane scored two more goals to base a four three win over the stars. The islanders also won by a goal. Russell Westbrook played in Los Angeles with the Lakers until two weeks ago, and now he will play with LA's other team, the clippers signing a deal on Wednesday. Novak Djokovic says he has asked American authorities for special permission to enter the United States to play tennis tournaments in California and Florida despite being unvaccinated against the coronavirus. I'm Tom mariam AP sports.
The Search for Meaning in 2022
"It's been quite a year and I want to summarize just some of the highlights Russia invading Ukraine. The Beijing Olympics, Novak Djokovic, Brown Jackson, the Canadian freedom trucker, truckers, the rise of the parents party overturning the mask mandate, roe versus wade being repealed. There was a lot of news where the items all throughout the year, but let's be honest. If you go back to some of the programs that we did earlier in the year, there was a kind of constant bend, a constant pivot towards the midterm elections. There were there was a lot of hope that was being put into the November midterm elections. 11 8. Now, it wouldn't be fair to say that it was all terrible, and that it was catastrophic across the board. But it was certainly a letdown. And I think a lot of you in this audience feel that and you see that. You thought that this would be a chance for us to reclaim the country that regular everyday citizens would be able to send a triumphant message and it just fell short. And it fell short in a very serious way, yes, we won the House of Representatives, the Senate we lost a seat in and so I mean, I look, I had this wonderful year in review that our team put together here, Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, Ron DeSantis was one of the winners of this year signing the Florida parental rights and education act. Roe versus wade was repealed praise God, even though Republicans didn't know how to deal with it politically. August, of course, remember Biden raided Mar-a-Lago. I thought it was one of the biggest political mistakes. We did not talk more about that raid during the midterm elections. Elon Musk bought Twitter this year, which was a big deal, probably a bigger deal than the midterm elections that allow us to talk openly about the vaccines and lockdowns, hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin. That was a huge victory for liberty. I'll be very honest personally the sabotage and the ambush of Kerry Lake was a very and still is a very difficult thing. For me to move on.
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"Doing that. This one time. Well, this is good. Yeah. Nobody says that. No tickets. No, nothing. All right. Mike's got a great, pretty goop, though, yeah. Exactly. Puts me in my place. Dow up 59. SPX up 5 to fix up 24. I need therapy. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg pursuit. Look at luxury. Tennis fans may be used to shelling out, but this week's U.S. open is taking expensive to a whole other level, despite unvaccinated Novak Djokovic missing the tournament, the news of Serena Williams post competition retirement, turbocharged ticket prices, and out of towners have probably spent a small fortune on New York hotels and airfare with the post COVID blitz of travel bookings. Sneaker heads, this is your moment for sale, some 50,000 pairs of Nikes plus 5000 yeezys and Adidas for good measure. A court appointed receiver is looking to unload the almost 60,000 pairs of shoes from zay kicks, whose owner Michael Malik said, AKA the Bernie Madoff of sneakers. He's accused of orchestrating an $85 million Ponzi scheme in collectible kicks. The goal is to sell as many sneakers as possible to reimburse thousands of customers who authorities say ordered shoes but never got them. I'm Andrew rote, Bloomberg radio. Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chat with Jeff Kovacs, partner and head of the technology and life sciences practice. Software as a service or SaaS companies are transforming the enterprise software industry
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"The year award he beats out both Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp. Scottie scheffler is the top the leaderboard at 15 under with his staggered scale FedExCup point standings after the first round of the tour championship in Atlanta, Georgia, he's 5 strokes at a Xander schauffele with Matthews Patrick in third place 6 strokes back of the notables Roy mcelroy had a very tough go of it early on with triple bogey and a couple other bogeys and Cameron Smith both are 7 under John Robert 6 under kalamari kawa finishing at 5 under. 21 time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will not be playing the upcoming U.S. open because it travel restrictions into the U.S. due to being unvaccinated. Djokovic was also not able to play last week's western and southern open, also being forced to sit out this month's national bank open in Canada. Meanwhile, Major League Baseball scoreboard local teams in action heading to the 9th inning in Baltimore White Sox holding on to a three to two lead over the Orioles bottom 7 the mets at home leading Colorado three to one bottom 6 Toronto 5 Boston four meanwhile coming up later tonight, it's the New York Yankees. They are at the Oakland a's first pitch in about 5 or so minutes, but that one to get started. Speaking of the Yankees, they've placed all star picture Nestor Cortez on the injured list of the groin injury in a 131 innings pitched so far this season. The left is posted a 2.68 ERA. Oklahoma City Thunder getting some bad news this year's number two overall draft pick Chet holmgren is going to miss the entire season after suffering a list Frank injury to his right foot during a pro am game on Saturday in Seattle. Homegrown averaged 14 points and 8 and a half rebounds per game in the Las Vegas summer league. 8 time Pro Bowl Dallas Cowboys left tackle tyron Smith will be out to at least December this after suffering a tour left hamstring and Wednesday's practice that will require surgery, Smith went down on a running play while going to black linebacker latent van der esh. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Juliet. Thanks so much, Sean
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"This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour now, time for a check of sport from around the world, here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. 21 time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will not play the upcoming U.S. open because the travel restrictions into the United States due to being unvaccinated. Djokovic was also not able to play last week's western and southern open. We'll also be forced to sit out this month's national bank open in Canada. Real Madrid schreier Kareem Benzema has won UEFA's men's player of the year beating out teammate Tebow katsuo and Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne. On the season Benzema scored 44 goals in 46 appearances, including 15 goals in 12 Champions League matches. Meanwhile, Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti took home the UEFA men's coach of the year award over Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp. The draws have been released for the 2022 2023 Champions League group stage with new Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski facing his old club Bayern Munich and group C while first year Manchester City striker Ellen Holland will be taken on this former club Russia Dortmund in group G with one week remaining in the summer transfer window, the Premier League has already broken its record by spending 1.5 billion pounds this summer beating the previous high of 1.4 billion said in 2017. So far, 14 players have been signed by clubs for physics succeeding 30 million pounds while last summer only 8 players are brought in for amounts larger than 30 million. Finally, the New York Yankees are placing all star pitcher Nestor Cortes on the injured list with a groin injury. In a 131 innings pitched so far this season, the lefty has posted a 2.6 80 RA on dance sportsman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Asian
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"White House Saturday. One of dozens held across the nation the demonstration organized by women's march ending a week of protests outside the Senate office buildings following the Supreme Court decision to overturn roe V wade. President Biden Friday signed an executive order aimed at protecting access to reproductive healthcare. This has congressional Republicans pushed for a nationwide ban on abortions. A shooting at a Wisconsin grocery store has left two dead and a third person injured. It happened in Milwaukee after store security workers chased a man outside for causing a disturbance. The suspect and security guard exchanged fire, leaving both dead at the scene, NFL star Dwayne Brown is facing charges after walking into LA international airport with a gun in his luggage. The 5 time pro bowler was arrested yesterday afternoon at a TSA checkpoint this morning, Novak Djokovic will begin to compete for his 7th Wimbledon title, the Serbian tennis champ faces off against Nick gyros of Australia. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, big changes arrive on the GWB, starting today if you want to cross the Hudson River from New Jersey into New York on the George Washington bridge. You will go through an electronic tolling system. If you don't have an easy pass and would normally pay cash to get across overhead cameras will take a picture of your license plate and send you a bill in the mail. The move from the port authority of New York and New Jersey comes as a way to help ease congestion on that bridge. Wall Street will focus on U.S. inflation data in the week ahead, Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice reports. Significant slowdown in Labor Department reports on June consumer prices producer prices and import prices. The household inflation rate alone will probably run close to 9% based on Wall Street forecasts. It could be a long slog for the Federal Reserve, which is raising interest rates. It's a contain inflation. The president of the New York fed John Williams says central bankers are strongly committed to knocking inflation down to their 2% target. They need to Bloomberg radio. Bond holders could be at risk in the development of the American Dream mall in the Meadowlands. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna three weeks to go before the American Dream super mall is due to pay debt backed by New Jersey economic development grants, but New Jersey's economic development authority hasn't yet approved a key document needed to release the cash, and that's raising the risk bondholders won't get their money. The three and a half 1 million ft² shopping and entertainment complex in the Meadowlands is scheduled to make a $9.3 million payment on the badens to August 1st, according to a bond filing, Susanna. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Former president Donald Trump had harsh words for billionaire Elon Musk at a rally in Alaska Saturday, accusing the Tesla chief of inconsistency. Trump called it rotten that Musk has decided to pull out of his deal to buy Twitter. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Schwarzman is here, so Dan, another big name defecting to the live golf series. That is true as four time major winner Brooks Koepka has decided to make the move. The 32 year old is expected to compete and Liv's first U.S. based tournament in Oregon team off on June 30th with kapka and also Abraham answered defecting as well. Liv is now signed to the top 50 ranked offers in the world. The PGA Tour looking to revamp its schedule starting in 2023 in response to the live series in larger purses in at least 8 existing events, while also adding three new events with no cuts, smaller fields in marquee purses. The PGA Tour will also return to a calendar year schedule rather than the wrap around format being used now. The seating for Wimbledon has been released with defending champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal being seated number one and number two with the tournament scheduled to begin on June 27th, both Daniel Medvedev and Alexander zverev will not be playing as Medvedev is banned for being Russian while zverev is out in injury suffered in the French Open. In the women's draw the top seat is egas Fiat tech while 23 time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is not seated after accepting a wild card into the event. Liverpool sadio Manet arrived in Germany to take his physical with Bayern Munich as a 30 year old moved one step closer to leaving Anfield after 6 years to join the Bundesliga giants. Reports say that Bayern will pay the reds €41 million with 32 million up front for the forward. Manet is expected to make his debut for Bayern on July 30th against RV Leipzig in the DFL Super Cup opener. Reports say that Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson has reached a settlement with 20 of his 24 accusers who have filed lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct against him. According to the attorney for the women, the terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement for a second time. Gronk initially retired from the New England Patriots after the 2018 season, only to be coaxed back on the field in 2020 with the bucks by Tom Brady. The agent for the four time Super Bowl winner, drew
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's get to Dan Schwartzman Dan Lambeau Field will be hosting soccer this summer That's interesting Yeah this is really a cool story Brian the packers have confirmed that Bayern Munich and Manchester City will play next to this exhibition match at Lambeau on July 23rd In fact it's the first soccer match to ever be played at Lambeau in the 65 year history of the iconic stadium Byron is already scheduled to play D.C. United that'll be in July also while cities gonna be playing Mexico's club America in Houston British tennis great Andy Murray joining Rafa Nadal in Novak Djokovic in disagreeing with the all England club's decision to ban players from Russia and Belarus for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament which is set to begin a late June Tom players such as number two ranked Daniel Medvedev and a Frank Andre Rublev and women's fourth ranked during the sabalenka currently are banned from competing NBA playoff semifinals they continue 76ers on the road the man heaton game one on the Phoenix Suns are hosting the Mavericks also in a game one Sixers star Joel embiid not in the lineup till either game three or four he's dealing with an orbital fracturing concussion that he suffered in game 6 the previous series against the raptors Celtics guard Marcus smart status for game two on Tuesday listed as questionable as the NBA defensive player of the year deals with the right quad contusion which he suffered in the game on lost in Milwaukee Bucks Second baseman Robinson Cano the New York mets has been designated for assignment after hitting just one 95 with one home run in 41 at bats so far this season Cano still owned $48 million by the mets I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Yvonne Dan thank you so much coming out to talk to ya share Our Bloomberg bond and FX reporter on what to look out for this week out of China of course they have a closed the next few days of trading but certainly a lot of focus last week was on renminbi as well as a yen We had that PMI number over the weekend as well pretty ugly picture when it comes to the full kind of impact.
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia after a federal court upheld a decision to revoke his Visa He had hoped to compete for a record 21st Grand Slam title at a potential $2.1 million payday at the Australian open which starts today The Australian government said Djokovic boosting anti vaccine views In a statement Djokovic said he respected the court's ruling and now plans to rest and recuperate Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg Manus Jill thank you very much so to come manage your policy Divergence in full display is China cuts key rates My pressure minds on the fed to hike faster than it's currently indicating We continue the conversation with Alpine macros January This is Bloomberg There's a big effort to have more African Americans and more women on boards but you think that will last I believe that we are seeing a real paradigm shift where we understand that diversity and the boardroom is more than one I think a market that over the past few weeks has made it clear it wants to go higher It got a little spooked by the idea that geopolitical potential rising.
Kira Davis: Novak Djokovic Is Being Vilified
"It's so crazy how he's being so vilified The guy isn't He's not a risk You know he's had COVID he has these antibodies This whole conversation has become an international conversation and we're talking about a tennis player And what blows my mind is that the people of Australia are mad at him They're mad at him They're not mad at their government They're mad at him because they're saying well you're flouting our laws We have to be vaccinated here in order to run around freely which is insane But whatever we have to be vaccinated in order to avail ourselves of our human rights and you're not vaccinated but just because you're a big star you get to come in without following these rules They're mad at him Why aren't they mad at the government that has two separate systems For two tiers of people that's what blows my mind is that there are some people who are so hypnotized who are so I think I believe the term of this year is going to be mass formation psychosis I believe that this is like last year it was gas lining This year is going to be mass formation psychosis There is such a mob mentality going on around this that people are willing to blame individuals rather than blame the
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the Kremlin's intentions Novak Djokovic has been entered into the first tennis Grand Slam of 2022 despite doubt over whether Australia will allow him to stay and compete Djokovic is set to play fellow sir but my kick men of it in his first round match however prime minister Scott Morrison says the decision on Djokovic's Visa is still ongoing The Australian open is set to begin Monday with crowds capped at half capacity The Taliban wants the international community to work with its government to distribute humanitarian aid flowing into Afghanistan The United Nations is asking for a record $5 billion in assistance to address what it calls catastrophic levels of need among the country's 40 million people The U.S. had planned to give $308 million but wants to bypass the militant group and channel funds through UN agencies Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts see more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg menace Juliet thank you very much We discussed the impact of a hawkish fed for our region Sami char is my gas from Lombard earlier the chief economist Up next we're going to speak to Bank of America directed Kareem ata about the global investment themes in the coming months This is Bloomberg There are a lot of EVs coming to market And I'm wondering do you think that just the market share explodes and there's room for everybody or is there a specific market that you're going after right now And in fact it's the same way we build female quality products for mass market and we do expect that they said in reversible trend to move from Internet capacity vehicles to electric vehicles So he has the market share with respect How much money do you think you're going to have to sort of bump into everything right now You also mentioned this is announcing from last year that you're going to start a factory here in the U.S. Where are you in that What kind of money are you looking to have to deploy So far been fast as putting about $6 billion so far into it to be fast And we plan to have a few more $1 billion in investment How difficult was it to go to investors and say invest give money put money into a travel tech company within this environment It wasn't that difficult because childbirth is doing much much better than the rest of the industry In fact we are at the moment growing at four times revenue of three COVID numbers Three hikes is still a good baseline We will have to wait and see what inflation looks like in the second half of the year if it continues to be high The case will be made for four maybe 5 hikes Governor Christopher Wallace speaking to Bloomberg on his raid outlook creating a market three bid 5 offered Let's see what Kareem aita make up the offer senior investment cancer at bank of Singapore So here we go three is the middle of the narrative The possibility of 5 rate hikes do you think Markets overall sentiment markets and more importantly the economy can take 5 rate hikes and not have a hard landing or a tape tantrum We're looking at four rate tags at bank of Singapore We just brought back platform from June to march the first rate hike So we're looking at race to hike up four times within this year So one more rate hike might not be a huge issue However the market has been expecting those rate types Again they're raising rates but we're normalizing We're not raising rates to from a high level or from averages We're going back to normal Let's not forget that So this is still accommodating for markets 25 bit straight every quarter is expected by the market and should be actually good for risk assets as well because it's going to take away some of the concerns of inflation going down and control at the same time we're still keeping pretty.
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Certainly can put you at a great advantage Well let's head to Washington D.C. now for a checklist world in national news Nancy lions is standing by hints Thanks Tim President Biden is remembering what happened at the U.S. capitol a year ago today He gave a speech this morning from statuary hall where a riotous mob clobbered police and then hunted down members of Congress Bloomberg served Chapman has more from Washington The president denounced its predecessor Donald Trump for his role in bringing on the mayhem He tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power as a violent mob breached the capitol President who had just rallied the mob to attack watching it all on television and doing nothing for hours The president suggested that Trump's big lie in the 9 he lost the election is still poisoning the political atmosphere and threatening the legitimacy of forthcoming elections In Washington ear of Chapman loomer gradient The number one men's tennis player Novak Djokovic is confined to an immigration detention hotel in Australia As he awaits a ruling on whether he can compete in the Australian open later this month Djokovic is a vocal skeptic of vaccines He obtained a medical exemption to Australia's strict vaccination roles before setting out for the country but then when he arrived border authorities rejected it Australian prime minister Scott Morrison is defending his nation's policy If you're not double vaccinated and you're not an Australian resident or citizen well you can't come And many countries have those rules around the world and we have them and there have been very important for securing a strategy during the course of this pandemic Morrison says there are no special cases a hearing in the jokovic case is set for Monday Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and.
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"News with Bloomberg's Hannah George Thank you Tom Russia has sent troops to Kazakhstan at the request of the country's president after violent clashes with anti government protesters dozens of demonstrators and police have been killed in the upheaval Meanwhile the Central Bank says it will temporarily halt financial market operations a state of emergency has been imposed in the oil rich Central Asian nation Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison has tweeted rules are rules after tennis star Novak Djokovic was told to leave the country for failing to meet Visa requirements Bloomberg's Rebecca Jones reports Novak Djokovic was denied entry to Australia after federal officials overruled a controversial state vaccine exemption underlying the complex alignment of COVID policies that's become a hallmark of the nation's pandemic journey The tennis star who was due to contest the Australian open this month had provided insufficient proof to enter the country according to the Australian border force His Visa was subsequently canceled In Melbourne Rebecca Jones Bloomberg a day break Europe While COVID writes are accelerating across Europe due to this Italy is to make jabs compulsory for people over 50 and will further reduce what unvaccinated people can do That's after COVID cases rose to record levels Meanwhile president Macron is under pressure after France suffered Europe's highest ever daily count of infections yesterday with more than 330,000 cases And on the other hand China is taking a different approach as it continues with its COVID zero policy Bloomberg's John Lew has more Today China recorded a 142 locally transmitted cases The city of xi'an which is in week two of a lockdown has been able to contain the virus according to state media Elsewhere there were 73 new cases in the central province of hunan That promised earlier lockdown two cities and barred some residents including in the capital of zhengzhou from leaving their homes China has also tightened restrictions on travel from the U.S. Alternate bound travelers are now required to stand their departure city for 7 days prior to travel It must pass two COVID tests during that week In Beijing I'm jealous Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries This is Bloomberg Thank you so much while the Rao open Novak Djokovic and vaccination very interesting Well let's bring you a bit more sports.
"novak djokovic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Here's Bloomberg's Leanne Gary's Tom good morning and thank you Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic has had his Visa revoked on arrival in Melbourne for the first Grand Slam tournament of the year Djokovic has not made his vaccination status publicly known but Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison says he's failed to provide sufficient sufficient proof to be allowed a Visa On the issue of mister Djokovic rules are rules And there are no special cases rules are rules It's what I said to yesterday That's the policy of the government The developments come amid a backlash over a vaccine exemption Djokovic said he got to play in the Australian open Now let's move on to one of our top stories of the day Russia and its allies will send troops to Kazakhstan at the request of the country's president to help quell a violent classes The Central Bank has temporarily halted financial market operations following nationwide demonstrations a state of emergency has been imposed in the oil rich essential Asian nation For more on the story let's cross over to Bloomberg's managing editor Tory Clark who is in Moscow Tory good morning to you Thank you for joining us Firstly what is the latest in terms of the troops being sent in to quell the unrest in Kazakhstan Good morning We don't have a lot of details yet about what this agreement is for a Russia dominated military alliance in the region to send troops to Kazakhstan to help quell the unrest in the country Late during the night the leader of the block right now Armenia said that there wasn't an agreement reached The president of cosmos had asked for support as clashes grew more violent in the past day And Tory how significant is the threat of further unrest in this really tightly controlled country This is the biggest threat to the regime in the past three decades that we've seen The first president not survive had handed over control to his successor in 2019 there have been some protests Periodically over the past years but nothing on this scale This is of course a difficult situation in the region Kazakhstan is a big oil proof in countries it rests between Russia and China It has plays a strong geopolitical role for Russia's president Putin close ally so we'll be watching this one very closely And Tori that was going to bring me to our next question as he did say it's a huge oil producer and those violent clashes and the pictures we've seen have been extremely violent and unsettling So what geopolitical implications can we now expect Well as we understand the oil production hasn't been disrupted we'll be keeping an eye on that The most current clashes have been in the former capital Omar JD although they did start just as protests over motor fuel costs basically in one of the oil produced regions But they quickly spread across the country as I said in the former capital of country's largest city and the financial capital really right now all machi the cautious became quite violent They've asked for support Russia is one of the members of the block that is looking.
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"Financial difficulties Four time grand Sam winner Naomi Osaka won her first tour level match since September's U.S. open with a three said win of a lease cornet in an Australian open tune up tournament Meanwhile 9 time Australian open champion in the winter the last three Novak Djokovic has confirmed on social media that he has received a medical exemption from getting a COVID vaccination and will compete in the event starting on January 17th organizers of the torment had said every athlete would need to be vaccinated or have to be granted a medical exemption after a review by two independent panels of medical experts Finally after almost 19 months the Washington football team says they will be unveiling the new team name on February 2nd 11 days before the Super Bowl The team colors will remain Bergen the in gold I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports hot day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quicktake He's a Bloomberg business flash Good morning 13 minutes before the top of the hour and we are looking at trading in the Asia Pacific as we focus on that sector Asian equities are down this morning the MSCI Asia Pacific index is off about four tenths of 1% The last reading on MSCI China down about 1.6% for seeing heavy selling in China huarong it's fallen as trading resumed after a 9 month halt the asset manager is coming back into into trading after getting a state sponsored bailout civic becoming the big shareholder there now and Tencent Holdings cut its stake in Singapore's sea limited by selling $3 billion in shares that he owns and that caused sea to trade down 11% in New York where its ADR is trade The deal is also leading to some speculation that Tencent will sell down other of its holdings in its portfolio a vast holding of stocks like meituan to quiz show and all those stocks are getting hit pretty hard today Down around 8% or so was off about 6% Bloomberg intelligence says the Tencent controls of portfolio of investments were about a $185 billion That's what it was worth at the end of September China Mobile started trading in Shanghai that stock was benefiting there coming out from under sanctioned in China at least it can trade in China but it's also listed here in Hong Kong We don't quote that for you A couple of other notes North Korea appears to have fired off a ballistic missile and the Cosby is trading down 1.4% The offshore Chinese currency is fairly fairly strong here at 6 37 56 against the greenback yield on the ten year treasury 1.64% And that is a Bloomberg business flash Let's get news with that Baxter in San Francisco All right Brian thank you North Korea.
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"Is time for world sport Well here's a tease for you a top seed will in fact be playing the Australian open Let's get to Dan Schwartzman That seems to be the case is 9 time Australian open champion and the winner of the last three Novak Djokovic has confirmed on social media that he has received a medical exemption from getting a COVID vaccination and will in fact compete in the event starting on January 17th organizers of the tournament that said every athlete would need to be vaccinated to have to be granted a medical exemption after a review by two independent panels of medical experts Meanwhile four time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka won her first tour level match in September's U.S. open for the three said win over Elise cornett in an Australian open tune up tournament The defending Aussie open champion lost to the U.S. open to Layla Fernandez in the third round Chelsea's big summer transfer acquisition rom Lukaku is expected to stay in London after apologizing during a meeting with blues manager Tomas Tuchel for giving an unsanctioned interview with sky Italy where the former Inter Milan star stated is unhappiness with Chelsea Lukaku came to Stanford bridge for a €115 million with inter suffering from financial difficulties Atlético Madrid is searching for a new defender with the club believing that a deal is close to being completed for Kieran Trippier to move to Newcastle United after two and a half seasons in the Spanish capital The England international has been open to move back to the Premier League after coming to Spain from Tottenham back in 2019 After almost 19 months the Washington football team says they will be unveiling the new team name on February 2nd 11 days before the Super Bowl while wolves and red wolves were fan favorites to be the new name team president Jason Wright says neither will be the name due to trademarks being held by other teams Two big names declaring for the NFL Draft is both Michigan linebacker David a jabo and Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad Gardner have decided to forgo the last year of eligibility And Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update But I know about courage I learned from my adoptive mom She said sometimes you just gotta hold on And.
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"Playing at the well going to be playing at the Davis Cup Dan Schwartzman's got details Dan Absolutely Paul have a this the finals beginning next month 18 countries are involved both topsy to Novak Djokovic and second seated Daniel Medvedev have now agreed to represent their respective countries Serbia for Djokovic and of course rusher from Medvedev Spain is the reigning champions with the semifinals and finals of the event to be held this year in Madrid Sport is reporting that representatives of Barcelona's have reached out about the event this in Newcastle United as a 24 year olds on track to become a free transfer next summer While cam though is looking to extend them late the club may not be able to do so due to their dire financial situation Reports say that Manchester United boss Olivier Celeste is fighting to keep his job this after the 5 mils adult traffic deliver pull Sunday Sources say the former Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is being considered as a replacement as players have begun to lose faith in solar shy Man united currently sitting in 7th place in the Premier League table 8 points behind Chelsea Kick off in about 30 40 minutes or so It's a good NFC matchup Monday Night Football Seahawks hosting the saints aluminum field rain showers expected throughout the game saints of three and two on the season Seahawks are two and four Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson is going to be out two to four weeks after an MRI confirmed that wasn't that suffered a sprained PCL in his right knee and Sundays lost to the Patriots Jets have sent a conditional 6 round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Joe Flacco depending on playing time it could move up vegan 5th round pick black actually started four games for the jets last year COVID news in the NFL packers star wide out Devante Adams has tested positive he could miss Thursday's game against Arizona Cardinals Meanwhile their defensive coordinator Joe Barry has tested positive he is expected to definitely be out Thursday for the packers Bears head coach Matt and Aggie has also tested positive He's going to have to show two negative tests 24 hours apart before being allowed to return I'm Dan schwarzman metro Bloomberg world sports.
"novak djokovic" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"S. Open. Novak Djokovic sauces, Vera Career of one the 1st 46 Djokovic won the second 6 to 1 third 64 in that third set in the final game. There was a rally that consisted of 53 shots 53 shots two players head and he needed a moment We all did. 6264 at that point. Very. I've stayed alive with 46 win in the fourth. And now here we are. Djokovic has hit the afterburners. He's up 51 serving for the match there at Deuce. If Novak Djokovic wins, he is three sets away from history and completing the calendar slam. Winner will get Daniel Medvedev on Sunday. Medvedev earlier today straight, said the winner in his third career major final It'll be his second ever at the U. S. Sultan Baseball tonight endures the batter with one out. Nobody on pitch. Door drives one tour the right field corner, slicing down the line. It's deep, and it is a home run. It's off the foul pole down the right field line, and it's a homer the opposite way for Francisco Lindores. Plainer and as what they call WCBS Yankees take game unto me the Mets. Wow. Way to go. Kevin Mets take Game one against the Yankees tended three reminder. We have coverage of the final two games of this weekend series from feeding Citi Field Saturday and Sunday Saturday, beginning at seven P.m. Eastern, on a special 20th anniversary of 9 11. Then Sunday night. We're back on Monday after a week one and the Bears. That's right. The bear's face. The Rams will tell you how Matthew Stafford looks after his L. A debut, and if we got a First.
Djokovic Beats Last American at US Open to Extend Slam Bid
"Top seed Novak Djokovic has kept his grand slam dream on track but not before seeing off a determined US open fourth round challenge from the Californian Jenson Brooksby the twenty year old wild cat entry dominated the early stages of the match before the world number one finally found his rhythm and paddle to a one six and then six three six two six two victory the took almost three hours was a good finish it wasn't a good start but on an old experienced specter the battle and I got that one and so I'm I'm pleased to overcome it the Senate next takes on the sixty eight Matteo Barrett teeny bad news for the other two remaining Americans in the draw Shelby Rogers and Rania polka buzz losing their fourth round matches I'm Graham like us
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Olympic Champs Zverev, Bencic Reach US Open Quarterfinals
"Top seed Novak Djokovic has kept his grand slam dream on track but not before seeing off a determined US open fourth round challenge from the Californian Jenson Brooksby the twenty year old wild cat entry dominated the early stages of the match before the world number one finally found his rhythm and paddle to a one six and then six three six two six two victory the took almost three hours the Senate next takes on the sixty eight Matteo Berit teeny bad news for the other two remaining Americans in the draw Shelby Rogers and Rania polka buzz losing their fourth round matches I'm Graham like us
Djokovic Lets Emotions Show at US Open; No. 1 Barty Loses
"Shelby Rogers has produced the biggest win of her career becoming the only American player to reach U. S. open women's fourth round this year with a stunning six two one six seven six win over world number one ash body she finally secured the upset seven points to five in the third set tie breaker in a battle that lasted more than two hours yes I am stunned by heart rate still very much elevated I'm very excited without when American successes in the menstrual as well with Raleigh okay okay and Jenson Brooksby both reaching the last sixteen the twenty year old Brooks bay the youngest American bile to decide since Andy Roddick in two thousand and two he next takes on world number one Novak Djokovic I'm grand like us
Novak Djokovic Is Sensitive, Even When the Crowd’s Not Against Him
"Just a wet on last night because when we came off air last night we were watching that novak djokovic against holger ruin match and then Banker rescue started shortly after we finish recording festival. Jock vicini ended up winning. Straightforwardly did lose that second set. But thereafter he dominated and runes body. Just completely betrayed me. He started that suffer from cramp and Jakovich forced him into that. Didn't he the way he moves around. And all that sort of thing but the but it was a bit uncomfortable. Some of it wasn't it because the the crowd will really go in for rune. They liked him day young eighteen year old going for his winners and all the rest of it and it sounded like there was booing going on which later on was explained that the crowd was chanting rune. But it didn't really sound time. It sounded like boo so anyway. That was the explanation given was. She's chanting his name djokovic. Pretty put out buydell. He thought they were booing him. And i mean at the very least. It wasn't the wasn't the warmest atmosphere out there for him to be honest and and i think that that took him took him aback in one or two other people are back here. He is going for this incredible achievement of the calendar grand slam and he's not exactly getting the woman's reception in the world
Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid
"Men's top seed Novak Djokovic has been pushed in his opening round match at the U. S. open the Serbs are priced at only on by the aggressive play of eighteen year old hotel room there's a ranked a hundred and forty five in the world Djokovic eventually prevailed six one in the fourth women's top seed ash Barty was also pushed finally other coming Italian veteran fears on arrival six one seven six twenty four year old Maxime Cressy led the American charge into the second round with the biggest upset in the men's draw defeating the nonstate Pablo Carreno Busta in five sets I'm Graham like us
Novak Djokovic Knocks on the Door of a Very Exclusive Club
"Today in New York, and some of the most legendary players won't be there because of injury. Serena Williams. Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic, the third member of the so called Big Three, is trying to become the first man ever to win 21 Grand Slam titles and the first man since 1969 to win all four majors in the same calendar. You almost Frank Lindsay caught up with the New York Times tennis correspondent Chris Clary. You just released a new book about Roger Federer called the Master Chris before we get into the book itself. I wanted to get your sense. Is this it? Are we finally at the end of the era of the Big Three. The end that we know will come eventually, and we've been talking about for years now, you know, Frank, I think we are. You know, it's sort of it's sort of snuck up on us. Could say it snuck up on us quickly or gradually, But I mean, I think the big three as we've known them Federer, Nadal and Djokovic just routine legal and deepen slams Now that Roger's tried to come back from his Third knee surgery and ended up not working. I think you have to say that era is over. Now you've been if Roger manages to come back against the eyes of place, or I don't see him being a regular factor with just those two guys at the top anymore, So it was a tremendous period of time in tennis history. I think it is over. And now we're looking at Least for now, Novak Against the younger generation until that going for one of the ultimate achievement sport, not just tennis a true Grand Slam. And he had a bunch of talented young guys who are going to try to hold him off. Do you think as he's dealing with this
Rafael Nadal Pulls out of U.S. Open and Will Miss Rest of 2021
"Tennis news. Another guy we're not going to see in New York, Rafa and the doll. The last time we saw him was in the semi finals of the French. That's going to be the last time we see him for 2021. Due to a foot injury. Nodal not going to compete at the US Open, has decided to end his season so no Nadal No Federer. We will have Naomi Osaka, but it looks like the spotlight there at the US Open going to be firmly on Novak Djokovic's trying to get number 21 break that tie at 20 with Nadal and Federer so