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Fresh update on "novak " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Decisions aren't black and white. Think red. 6 15 and Dave Johnson, these daily Cup final games were so much fun to watch. You don't want it to end. No, Ellen, it didn't end last night. Every game seemed like one goal at least the last couple, not the earlier on in this series. We have Stanley Cup holders now, and it's about to get busy for the Stanley Cup keeper. Colorado, the avalanche will the Stanley Cup to one of the lighting last night, and soon you know how this works the trophy will bounce all over as each player is going to turn to heaven. Nathan McKinnon has scored the first goal last night assist on the game. Well, he already knows what he wants to do with the cup when it's his turn. Just get a picture with my dad. You know, he means the world to me, but I can't wait to bring the cup to you. Yeah, picture with his dad, the simple as that and that's what he brings a cup to Cole harbor, Nova Scotia. Just outside Halifax it's a home also too. Sidney Crosby. And next half hour more on that connection and a hotel room. Congressional country club, home to some drama the women's PGA Championship, but despite tough weekend, in G Chun able to pull out a one stroke win over Lexi Thompson minji Lee. Nationals at 6 four whatever the rangers to actually take to his third major league start, he had a shutout going to the 7th inning. Oils lose the White Sox four to three. Novak Djokovic grew up in Serbia around conflict and about the Wimbledon ban on Russian tennis players. As a child of a war, several wars actually during 90s, I know what it feels like being in the position. So, but at the other hand, I can't say I fully agree to Ben Russian tennis players from competing indefinitely. I just don't see how they have contributed to anything that is really happening. I mean, it's just, I don't feel it's fair. Job Djokovic has his first rap match later this morning. Dave Johnson, WTO sports
Fresh update on "novak " discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Well, I just think he's playing a better opponent. I think the Dow I think baritone is actually done quite well against Nadal considering that's a really tough matchup for him because of his backhand. And I just think the dad was going to be too good for him. It's the best surface for bertini to play Nadal on, I would have thought, you know, behind that first serve, it's so difficult to find the baritone backhand. I just think if anyone can figure out ways, it's Novak Djokovic, as we saw in the final last year, and it's probably Rafael Nadal as well. Well, look, I haven't made my predictions yet, so again, not set in stone and tattooed on my forehead, but that is a matchup assuming it happens that I would feel like if it happened in round one, I'd be picking very teeny. But if it gets to second Friday in the dolls, made it to the semis. Fitness permitting. Fitness permitting, then he's informed. He's playing well. He's found his feet on grass. And that's a different Nadal to the one I have been thinking about right now, which is still has quite a lot of uncertainty around him. But it is also one for the calendar slab and had even more uncertainty around him ahead of the two grand slams he's already won this year. The ESPN journalist Willy weinbaum is clearly doing a piece on Nadal because he's been asking all other players on media day to describe the year that Rafael Nadal is having goodness me play is respond to that question differently. Some just love. I mean, Serena responded to it really well, for example, she said she found what Nadal is doing at his age and with his physical issues incredibly inspiring and she actually really warmed up into that answer, didn't she? And Shawn take of course spoke giddily about Nadal, sit to pass, sort of looked off into the middle distance, thought for too long, and then said, it's very good. He's had a good year. Great. He came out. He came out with managed. Okay. Yeah. It's always a gamble, isn't it asking a player about another player? In a press conference. Yeah. Okay, what about the top half of the men's draw Novak Djokovic obviously at the top of it he opens against sunu kwon. There could be a Tennessee than RC rather sorry, kokina lurking. There could be a catch manovich. There could be an appell. There could be a John Isner. There could be a Carlos alcaraz. That would be a quarterfinal alcaraz. I think is a stunning drawer. I know about Djokovic. Honestly, I think you could have, I think he could have hand picked that drawer and those would have been some of the players he would have in his section. I think you made it up to the quarterfinals. Could play Andy Murray. Or are you thinking? All right, generally? Yeah, I think it's great generally to be honest. And our careers, sinner. Murray reports from people that watched some of our grasp play at hurlingham this week that he's very not ready on those. I hovered over that one. Who have you gotten in that quarter? And I hovered over who would win, did you? Yeah. Tennis wise, I think it's hard to build a case for anyone in this draw other than Djokovic. I think since Andy Murray beat Djokovic in the 2013 Wimbledon final only Sam Querrey has won three sets against Novak Djokovic on grass. Where's Sam Querrey? And look, he is so comfortable on this surface and he's so often does it as he's doing now without any proper preparation on grass, you know, no other tournaments, and the one thing that is making me doubt Djokovic slightly, look, he's still my pick for the title, is just the scenario surrounding him that this could be very possibly his last grand Sam tournament for almost a year because we don't know whether he'll be able to play the U.S. open all the Australian open. And he's aware of that and that increases the pressure and we know he feels pressure and in that sense it is a little bit like 2016 where it's an outside circumstance. Then it was a kind of lack of motivation. Almost now it's the opposite. It's almost so much motivation to capitalise on this that those outside factors could influence things because tennis wise, he clearly is the favorite for this tournament I think. And then also on all these factors you describe, but I have a voice in my head saying the greater the pressure the better he plays. Always. That's awesome. But then this is new, isn't it? This is so new and weird and different. I mean, the more I the more I read about it, the more it seems quite unlikely to me now that he will be able to play the U.S. open. It really doesn't seem likely that the U.S. are going to change that. Condition for entry to the U.S., I believe they're having a sort of quite a battle PR wise to encourage people to get their booster beast of vaccinations in the U.S.. It's been a drop off in uptake, and I don't think they would risk any change in messaging that discourages, discourages COVID vaccination. I could be wrong and things could change. Absolutely. But it seems to me quite likely that Djokovic won't play Grand Slam until the French Open next year where he's unlikely to be the favorite. That is immense pressure. Things more likely might change ahead of Australia just because there's more time. But it's not about things changing. It's having the deportation on is not about COVID anymore. It's about having a prior deportation. Yeah. But I mean, that same thought has occurred to me as a premium on this tournament that there's never been for him before. He has to win it, because Nadal's getting away. Yeah? Fascinating. Is anybody hovered over Andy Murray? Yes. In that quarter of the draw. But I just can't. I think I hate to say this, but there has to be a chance that there are two retirements on center court tomorrow with radar Cano and Andy Murray. He was quite glum yesterday Andy Murray now. I know that's quite often his demeanor, you know, he's a do a Scot, isn't he? But there weren't even any sort of deadpan deadpan gangs or anything or little moments of levity. What he was saying was quite upbeat, you know? He said that he felt his physical situation with the abdominal injury improved significantly this week that he really turned a corner, I think he referenced Monday, didn't he that as being a bit of a breakthrough day and he talked, he talked a lot about what it means to him to have lendl back here with him and just the fact of lendl believing him in him. Is massive Andy Murray I think he feels quite emotional about that actually that I think so too. The one thing I would say I wasn't in the press conference you two were and maybe your discount this theory. But there are some long time observers of Andy Murray in press conferences who believe that that is his game face. That is what I said..
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports on day ferry in the Celtics will take on the warriors in the NBA Finals Jayson Tatum scored 26 points and the Celtics took game 7 of the Easter Conference Finals by defeating the heat 196 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Jaylen Brown and Marcus smart each had 24 points for Boston Marcus Ericsson and Chip Ganassi were kings of the brickyard Eriksson became the second suite to win the Indianapolis 500 giving Ganassi racing its 5th victory in the race I knew I had a car to win this race Obviously this race is crazy So you can have a car to win but that doesn't mean you're going to win it NASCAR and Denny Hamlin held off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and overtime to win the longest Coca-Cola 600 in history 413 laps Baseball Taylor walls Homer to made several dazzling defensive plays to lead the rays to a four two win over the Yankees It's good to bounce back after the two tough games that we've started a series with and get two wins The rays earned a four game split to remain four and a half games behind the AL east leading yanks Other AL winners with the Red Sox Astros Blue Jays athletics tigers twins and White Sox who beat the cubs in an inner league game National league Corbin burns fan 11 over 7 innings as the brewers hammered the Cardinals 8 zero That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten stars to get to is a little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do The Dodgers and Padres are NL victories As did the mets braves giants and nationals Graham agar has recaps the finish at the Charles Schwab challenge Sam Burns has secured a dramatic playoff win over world number one Scottie scheffler berns posted an early 9 under par total after a 65 the 25 year old secured victory by holding a lengthy part from off the back of the grain that the secure his third win for the season French opening Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will square off in the quarterfinals after winning on Sunday I'm Dave ferry AP
Why Mindy Kaling's South Asian Velma Won't Hit Home
"Mindy Kaling. The actress who won't tell us who the father of her baby is, but we all know it's a former costar. B. J. Novak, she has created a Scooby-Doo animated spin off velma for HBO Max and she's making velma a South Asian brown skin girl. And she doesn't give a shit. Who doesn't like the idea? She said, if a dog can solve crimes and thelma can be brown. Hopefully you'll notice my velma is South Asian, she said, and the people freak out, I just don't care. You know what make you freak out? Mindy, your purple gums. I don't like your purple gums. That make me a bad guy? Just being honest. Well, good. I'm glad you don't care because not many people are going to care for your show. Velma, which will be animated and for adults. HBO Max is going to expand their adult animated programming. Velma tells the origin story of velma dinkley. Not really a name for a South Asian, but whatever. Velma dinkley, the unsung and underappreciated brains of the Scooby-Doo mystery ink Yang. And after the animated show was announced, Twitter blew up with openly racist complaints about caving new project and some people pointed out how making velma into a studious Asian nerd also plays into stereotypes. Listen, this is the thing. I hate that it has to be a race thing. I really do. I just, I don't like them changing characters from what they are in the first place and have been for decades, to me it's very off putting. You can't make a new character. There's Popeye have to be Latino going down the road. What are we doing?
"novak " Discussed on ESPN Daily
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And so the question for me, even beyond the bread and the health and COVID stuff, is why he has not been revered anywhere close to Federer and Nadal. Yeah, it's not like he's the only really talented athlete in the world who has a pretty unusual perspective or goes away from the mainstream on some of his views, right? I mean, he is certainly not alone in that regard. Tom Brady's pretty popular. But Djokovic has never been able to sort of get to that level of adoration that Federer and Nadal have had almost their entire careers. And I think in the beginning, part of it was that he was the disruptor, right? He was the guy who was coming in to sort of break up this Federer Nadal thing. And the various followings that Federer Nadal have are really strong and really well established. And so Djokovic was this kind of like new guy in town and I think, you know, in the beginning, there was a lot of like, okay, well, things are going pretty well with Federer at all. We like these guys. Who's this other guy? But then even as he became more successful, even as he began to beat these guys with some regularity, it still didn't change. And so I think a lot of people around Djokovic in my reporting, I got the sense that there is still this feeling that there's a little bit of an Eastern Bloc issue here, right? Tennis is a traditional sport. It's covered largely by a media that has its footprint in Western Europe, Australia and the United States. And the sort of coverage bends towards the players that fit that mold. And Federer, who's like, you know, out of a Swiss watch commercial from diapers. He fits that mold perfectly. And Nadal, you know, Spanish flair, creativity, personality, bandanna, biceps. Yes. All of it. He fits perfectly. And Djokovic doesn't, and Serbia doesn't. This is former Yugoslavia Djokovic was an outsider in a lot of ways. He describes himself as a child of war. When Djokovic was growing up as a 9, ten, 11, 12 year old, there were bombs dropping. There were wars being fought. The first bombing of its kind in NATO history. On March 24 1999, western nations carried out their threat against Serbia and began the biggest military conflict on Serbian soil since World War II. His 12th birthday party Pablo was at a tennis club in Belgrade and literally as his parents are leading the kids in singing happy birthday. Warplanes are flying overhead. They were in the midst of the NATO bombings that lasted for 78 nights. Yeah, the U.S. led NATO bombings incidentally. Exactly a 100%. At the time, NATO was trying to defeat slobodan milosevic and he was a dictator and there was all types of ethnic cleansing. I mean, this is real stuff. While I was in Belgrade, Pablo, I actually went to the apartment building where his grandfather had an apartment where Djokovic spent so many of those nights. And the super in that building agreed to open the bunker up for me. I had never been in a bunker like this before, but it was really remarkable, you know, you go down these stairs and he pulls up in this giant steel door and you go in and the smell is the thing that I'll remember most. It's just musty, your underground, it's very cramped, literally the residents of the building Pablo had set up a stationary bike and Jerry rigged this like rudimentary electrical setup where one person would peddle on the stationary bike and that would provide enough power to keep just a few lightbulbs lit. All the way through the night. It was really hard for me to imagine young children. Night after night, in a place like this. And you're a 12 year old and all you're trying to do is find a place to play tennis. He and his coach, during these bombings, every morning they would get up and they would go around Belgrade, looking for the sites that were the most damaged, the ones where there were craters in the ground from the night before, and they would try to play tennis near that damage because they figured what are the chances that NATO's gonna bomb the same area of the city two days in a row. Think about what that does to a kid, right? Think about what that does to the way that he sees the world around him, the way he sees the western world. And so I think that when Djokovic reached the levels that he wanted to reach in professional tennis, he brought two professional tennis and attitude and a perspective that was really different than what XS had seen before. And I think the bottom line is there was a lot of reticence to accept that. So this guy who comes from that place, how do you think that's affected the way Novak Djokovic portrays himself to the public? You know, Pablo, I think there is this push pull, right? Because he wants to be seen as this proud Serbian, this guy who has helped bring his country forward, that isn't the way that we remember the former Yugoslavia. So he wants to be that, but he also wants to fit in desperately. And when I think about that, I think back to early in his career, where, you know, he was known as like the Joker, the jester, right? This was a guy who was sort of known for being good at tennis, but also being really good at doing funny impressions of other players, right? I mean, you can imagine it. They're all over YouTube, right? He would go out on court and he would he was good at him. He was good at them. He would pretend to be to be Nadal and he would fidget and he touched his headband and he'd pick his wedgie before every point, just like Nadal does and he even put on like a tennis skirt and tried to portray Serena Williams at one point. And it was kind of like, okay, it was cool. It was like, all right, like you said, he was pretty good at it, but it also kind of smacked of, hey guys, look at this party trick that I can do, you know? Maybe you don't like where I'm from. Maybe I'm a little different, so let me just show you that I'm the funny man. And I think that that rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. Sure, he made some fans because of it, but I'll tell you this, Pablo and I know it's a little bit random. When I was in Belgrade, I met up with darko militant, right? Who was another Serbian athlete who couldn't quite get American fans to like him the way that he would have liked. Yeah, if anyone, Sam can relate to the struggle to be liked in America, it is darko. It is the man who in the 2003 NBA draft was chosen number two overall behind LeBron James, but ahead of Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade. And yeah, who is now considered, by the way, maybe the biggest bust in NBA history. Exactly, right. And so I did a story on darko years ago and I stayed in touch with him. So I looked him up when I was there. And while we were catching up, I asked him what he thought of Djokovic, and he brought up the impressions. He was like, to me, when I saw that, it just made me realize how hard this guy is trying. Darko tried any number of things to fit into American culture and with American fans. And pretty much none of them worked. And so what he said to me was, look, I know. I know this never works, okay? You can try as much as you want. You can do all of these things. You can be the funny man, but it's not going to work. And after I had that lunch with darko, a couple of days later, I was with Djokovic's friend, Victor Trotsky, and I told him about what darko had said. And I said, do you think what darko's saying makes sense? And Victor Trotsky said to me, yeah, it does. He said, you know, I don't know why this matters so much to him. It shouldn't matter to him, but it does. It's a 6th title. For Djokovic in Rome, a 38th masters trophy. But maybe more importantly for Novak and sends a message to his rivals ahead of Paris. So Sam, it's important to note here that after he loses in humiliating fashion at home in Serbia in that tournament, he wins outright the Italian open all of which portends better for him, heading into Roland Garros, heading into the French Open. So what are the expectations for this guy as we enter the weekend? I think like I was saying at the beginning, right? Like the French Open is his return to the big stage. You know, the sort of casual sports world doesn't really pay attention to tennis other than the four majors. And this is one of those. And I think if you were looking for, okay, how is Djokovic doing as he kind of steps back onto stage, he's doing well. I mean, winning the Italian open and doing it in a fairly dominant fashion, which he did, obviously portends good things for him and he's feeling better about his game. I think the one thing I would say though is that he still hasn't played that many matches, you know? He still played maybe 60% of the number of sets he would have played like in a regular year and a regular schedule. And so the fitness, which is the biggest issue that he's had, right? Remember he was struggling with the virus, the aftermath of the virus, the metabolism. Now he's going into a tournament where he's going to have to win 7 best of 5 matches on clay. The French Open is the Grand Slam that takes the most out of you in a lot of ways because those matches are long. They are slogs, and Djokovic generally fitnesses one of his strengths, but I think we've seen over the course of this year so far in Serbia and elsewhere that he still trying to find his way in that regard. So if Djokovic is going to struggle, Sam, if you struggle to regain his own God powers. What is the reaction going to be? I mean, what's the reaction if you flames out and he is struggling in that way? What's the reaction if you actually pulls it off? Imagine that sort of contrast for me. I think that if he flames out, then I think there will be a lot of attention paid to what happened in January again. The mismatches, the isolation, the time spent having to be on his own as opposed to playing in tournaments that he otherwise would have played in, I think that will all be revisited. There's no doubt that those two things will be linked. And I think appropriately so. If he wins, I think it will be sort of a more positive spin on the same thing. Look what happened to him in January, and now he's managed to work his way all the way back to the level that he was before, and he wins in Paris again. To me, Pablo, the bigger issue is, what does this do for Novak Djokovic writ large, right? What will happen to Novak Djokovic and the way that he is seen and the way he sees himself after Paris. I think the reality is, is that anybody that thought that he was a villain, both before and because of what happened in Australia is still going to think that whether he wins at Roland Garros or not. And so Djokovic tells himself, hey, keep winning. Keep fighting. You'll finally get the adulation, the love that you've been chasing, I'm not so sure that even if he pulls off another.
"novak " Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Him a threat to public health. For the vast majority of the casual sports fans, the ones who don't watch tennis every week, the French Open, which begins this weekend is going to be the first time that they've thought about Novak Djokovic since that story in January. In a lot of ways, it's his reentry onto the biggest stage. But I also think from Djokovic's perspective, it's an opportunity to try to write the reputation that took a hit clearly in January. This is a guy Pablo, who has been a divisive figure in tennis for a long time. And frankly, he wishes that he were seen in the same way that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal are. He wants to be this beloved figure and he's not. The cruel irony of wanting to be liked is that all of that wanting. All of that thirst. It all tends to be the problem. It tends to be at least one big reason why lots of people are disliked in the first place. But Novak Djokovic is worth mentioning is not most people. The guy is the number one tennis player in the world at age 34 after starting out in his native Serbia. Novak Djokovic is also arguably the number one tennis player of all time. Even after everything that happened in Australia this year. So today, Sam Borden helps us understand the full story of Novak Djokovic. Who was trying to rewrite it. As we speak. I'm Pablo Torre. It's Friday, may 20th. This is ESPN daily. So Sam, I want to get into Serbia with you where you just were, but before we get there, we need to go back to Australia, a place that Novak Djokovic clearly has no real desire to return to, I would argue after what happened a couple months ago in January at the Australian open because it was supposed to be a celebration for the guy and it became something else that I'm still trying to understand. Something else that is still kind of confusing. So what exactly happened there? Pablo, you're definitely not the only one that was confused by what happened there. It's funny. I was talking to my wife who is not a sports fan before I went to Serbia and I said, oh, I'm going to do this story about Novak Djokovic and she said, oh, that's the guy that tried to sneak into Australia, right? Because that was what she took away from the sort of massive coverage of what happened. In January, and I think that like you like her, a lot of people didn't really follow all of the twists and turns that that whole saga took because it was pretty confusing. The basic premise of what happened is that Australia had and has really intense COVID protocols in terms of who is allowed to enter that country. And at that time, if you were unvaccinated, much like in the United States, if you're not a citizen, coming into the country wasn't allowed. But Djokovic showed up to play the Australian open because he had been offered an exemption by the state government in Melbourne where the open is held that said, okay, fill out these forms and let us know about your COVID history. He'd had COVID in December and you'll be allowed to enter and play in the tournament. The most important thing to understand about Djokovic's situation is that he was offered that invitation by the state government and for most of the pandemic, this various states in Australia had been left alone by the federal government to make those kinds of entry decisions on their own. Right. So Djokovic arrived in Melbourne, under the assumption that his exemption would be fine. He would go through immigration at the airport, like everybody else, and he would go to Melbourne and play in the open. While he was en route to Australia, a real social media uproar happened where lots of Australian citizens, all of a sudden, were kind of like, wait a minute. My family can't come to Australia if they're not vaccinated, why is this guy this Serbian allowed to come to Australia when he's not vaccinated? I think it's a disgrace. We've all done the right thing we've all gone out and got our jobs and our boosters and we have someone that's come from overseas and all of a sudden he's been exempt and can play and I think it's an absolute disgrace and I won't be watching it. There was a real uprising and so while.
Nadal, Djokovic slam Wimbledon ban on Russian players
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How Can You Justify Breaking the Law?
"I want to talk in this segment about the concept of natural law. And I want to do it by looking at an article, one of my favorite publications, the quarterly journal called first things, and the article is by POJ named David Novak. Who is a chair of Jewish studies at the university of Toronto. The article is called the bottom line. And it gets to the some of the conundrums around this concept of natural law, which I think a very illuminating. So Novak begins by talking about reading Martin Luther King's letter from the Birmingham jail. And he says what's really interesting here is that Martin Luther King is breaking a law. It's the segregation law of Birmingham. And yet Martin Luther King is arguing that he is right to do this. He's right to break the law. So David Novak raises the obvious question, how can you justify breaking a law? And Martin Luther King answer is, in effect, I'm breaking the law because the law itself is wrong. The law is unjust. So since the law is unjust, it is just to violate the law. Now, if I'm punished for doing that, so be it, but I am in the right and the law is in the wrong. This is king. It just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law of the law of God. So here's Martin Luther King saying in effect that there is a law above the law. Well, what law is that? A kind of a higher law. And this is a very direct appeal to natural law. The concept of natural law is nothing more than the idea of a higher law, a kind of a God given law, a law embedded. You may say in the code of nature itself and what king is saying is that our ordinary laws are positive laws, so called laws that are passed by legislatures and so on need to be judged themselves by this higher by this higher standard.
Nadal, Medvedev to meet in history-making Australian final
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Novak Djokovic Forced to Miss Austrailian Open Over Vaccination Status
"By the way, the number one ranked tennis player has now left Australia refused to get vaccinated. And the court ruled that it wasn't a question of whether or not the health ministry was following science and not following science a question of whether or not they had the authority to prevent him from entering the country since he's not been vaccinated. And the high court in Australia ruled that they did, and now he is gone. To my knowledge, not a single one of his competitors, said or put out a tweet along the lines of while I disagree with Novak's decision to remain unvaccinated. He is fit. He is young. He is healthy. He's one of the most fit people on the planet. And is highly highly highly unlikely since he's already had the coronavirus survived and has natural immunity to give it to somebody else, particularly since every single one of the other players of us have been vaccinated.
Djokovic lands in Serbia after deportation from Australia
"Tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic is is back back on on home home turf turf after after struggling struggling to to remain remain in in Australia Australia Djokovic Djokovic she's she's back back in in his his native native Serbia Serbia after after being being deported deported from from Australia Australia because because he he was was not not vaccinated vaccinated against against Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen ending ending his his hopes hopes of of defending defending his his Australian Australian Open Open title title a a plane plane carrying carrying the the number number one one ranked ranked player player from from his his stop stop in in Dubai Dubai touch touch down down in in the the capital capital Belgrade Belgrade he he was was expected expected to to receive receive a a hero's hero's welcome welcome the the tennis tennis star's star's exit exit from from Australia Australia closes closes at at least least the the first first chapter chapter in in the the dizzying dizzying trauma trauma that that has has residents residents in in the the world world of of elite elite sports sports Australian Australian pandemic pandemic politics politics on on the the polarized polarized debate debate over over the the code code with with nineteen nineteen shots shots I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic is is back back on on home home turf turf after after struggling struggling to to remain remain in in Australia Australia Djokovic Djokovic
Osaka, Nadal advance in Australia after Djokovic flies home
"Tennis tennis finally finally broke broke out out of of the the Australian Australian Open Open after after days days of of speculation speculation about about whether whether defending defending champion champion Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic would would be be allowed allowed to to play play his his face face it it was was eventually eventually revoked revoked leaving leaving the the man's man's field field without without a a top top seed seed and and then then open open the the door door for for roughly roughly on on the the dial dial to to be be the the first first to to secure secure a a record record twenty twenty first first men's men's major major he he started started well well with with a a straight straight sets sets win win American American hope hope Sebastian Sebastian Korda Korda upset upset the the twelve twelve state state Cameron Cameron Norrie Norrie and and inform inform medicine medicine case case knocked knocked out out the the eleventh eleventh seeded seeded fellow fellow American American Sofia Sofia Kenin Kenin bad bad news news that that the the cocoa cocoa Gulf Gulf absolutely absolutely bring bring thank thank GM GM of of China China I'm I'm going going to to make make us us
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
With Djokovic’s Status in Limbo, So Is the Australian Open
"Tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic Justin Justin awaiting awaiting a a government government decision decision on on whether whether he he can can stay stay in in Australia Australia I'm I'm playing playing the the Australian Australian Open Open the the number number one one ranked ranked tennis tennis style style remains remains in in limbo limbo waiting waiting to to hear hear the the final final decision decision on on whether whether he he will will be be deported deported from from Australia Australia for for not not being being vaccinated vaccinated tennis tennis project project which which had had his his visa visa cancelled cancelled on on arrival arrival in in Melbourne Melbourne when when his his vaccination vaccination exemption exemption was was rejected rejected however however he he wanted wanted legal legal battle battle on on procedural procedural grounds grounds that that allowed allowed him him to to stay stay in in the the country country immigration immigration minister minister Alex Alex Hawke Hawke is is deciding deciding whether whether to to allow allow him him to to stay stay since since his his visa visa was was reinstated reinstated at at here here in in the the week week Australian Australian deputy deputy prime prime minister minister Barnaby Barnaby Joyce Joyce believes believes exceptions exceptions shouldn't shouldn't be be made made to to the the vast vast majority majority of of Australians Australians said said I I didn't didn't like like the the idea idea that that
Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave
"Australia Australia is is grappling grappling with with an an all all macron macron wave wave then then you you could could have have our our spirit spirit who who swept swept across across Australia Australia despite despite his his high high vaccination vaccination rate rate and and strict strict border border policies policies that that kept kept the the country country largely largely sealed sealed off off from from the the world world for for almost almost two two years years those those measures measures which which in in turn turn Australia Australia into into a a virtually virtually Kobe Kobe free free utopia utopia have have gone gone up up for for scrutiny scrutiny as as the the government government has has battled battled to to deport deport unvaccinated unvaccinated tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic the the head head of of the the Australian Australian Open Open and and they they prompted prompted questions questions from from frustrated frustrated and and fatigued fatigued Australians Australians about about why why that that country country which which seemingly seemingly did did everything everything to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the virus virus now now found found itself itself infested infested with with it it officially officially that that more more than than six six hundred hundred thousand thousand active active cases cases across across Australia's Australia's population population of of twenty twenty six six million million though though experts experts believe believe the the actual actual number number is is far far higher higher I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam Rudy Rudy go go there there at at the the Utah Utah Jazz Jazz tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen again again but but this this time time the the sports sports world world did did not not shut shut down down as as it it did did twenty twenty two two months months ago ago when when he he became became the the first first major major pro pro athlete athlete to to test test positive positive in in the the NBA NBA the the Knicks Knicks overcame overcame a a twenty twenty five five point point deficit deficit to to beat beat the the Celtics Celtics one one away away one one oh oh five five one one R. R. J. J. Barrett Barrett three three point point shot shot at at the the buzzer buzzer the the sons sons now now have have the the NBA's NBA's best best record record after after beating beating the the clippers clippers well well the the Steph Steph curry curry less less warriors warriors loss loss to to the the pelicans pelicans and and HL HL the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Penguins Penguins won won their their tenth tenth straight straight game game six six two two over over the the flyers flyers Antonio Antonio brown brown was was officially officially released released by by the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers after after he he literally literally walked walked away away from from the the team team during during Sunday's Sunday's win win at at the the jets jets Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic just just thing thing put put however however in in Australian Australian detention detention hotel hotel awaiting awaiting resolution resolution over over covert covert vaccine vaccine dispute dispute on on whether whether he he can can enter enter the the country country to to defend defend this this Aussie Aussie open open title title the the NC NC double double a a has has updated updated its its pandemic pandemic related related protocols protocols for for winter winter sports sports to to reflect reflect the the latest latest CDC CDC guidelines guidelines I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam AP AP sports sports
Why Novak Djokovic's visa was canceled -- and what it means for the Australian Open
"Djokovic Djokovic arrived arrived in in Melbourne Melbourne to to defend defend his his title title at at the the first first major major tennis tennis tournament tournament of of the the season season but but his his visa visa was was cancelled cancelled Djokovic Djokovic received received a a medical medical exemption exemption from from the the strict strict corona corona virus virus vaccination vaccination requirements requirements at at the the open open many many Australians Australians are are furious furious I I think think it's it's a a disgrace disgrace we've we've all all done done the the right right thing thing we've we've all all gone gone out out and and go go to to L. L. L. L. Judson Judson L. L. boosters boosters and and we we have have someone someone that's that's come come from from other other cities cities and and all all the the sudden sudden he's he's he's he's been been exemption exemption compliant compliant US US drilling drilling in in prime prime minister minister Scott Scott Morrison Morrison says says joke joke of of it it should should be be treated treated just just like like anyone anyone else else if if he's he's not not back back tonight tonight and and he he must must provide provide acceptable acceptable proof proof that that he he cannot cannot be be vaccinated vaccinated for for medical medical reasons reasons joke joke of of edge edge tested tested positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus in in June June of of twenty twenty twenty twenty I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue Djokovic Djokovic arrived arrived in in Melbourne Melbourne to to defend defend his his title title at at the the first first major major tennis tennis tournament tournament of of the the season season but but
"novak " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"Well and as i say i mean it seemed like there was a little bit of that nickel and diming going on pre pandemic and then following the The lockdowns and the shutdowns and the reopening that seemed to go away and everybody seemed pretty happy about that and it seemed to be the direction things were going and now i'm not so much. It seemed like they were going to go that route and it was really really optimistic but one start. People started coming back then. He started seeing at the bottom of your bill. Eight cova surcharge franchise fees. All these different things are being attacked the bottom of bills there was no housekeeping in the hotels anymore. You'd have to go downstairs if you wanna towels. It's like all these ridiculous things that they were taking away from people and adding onto instead of saying. Hey let's throw everything at you give you a reason to come back. They didn't do that. i got into one hell of an argument over a gentleman who handles a lot of chef driven functions here in town. He represents a lot of very interesting. chef owned restaurants And i posted on my facebook page about my objection to these. These kovin fees that were that were tacking on and he said you have no idea what restaurants are going through. I said as a. I don't need to know that the businesses that i'm patronizing are suffering if you have to raise prices. I don't wanna see them itemized at the bottom of that bill. I wanna know that this is the price of my entree. This is the price of my drink. This is the tax. And i will choose the gratuity. That's all i need to see. I don't want you to give me a sad story about how your restaurant is suffering while paying. My bill. absorb that into your prices. That's all you need to do. I always maintained that with all of those different kinds of add on fees whether it's as you say the concession franchise or a service fee or kovic fee or resort fees or any of that kind of stuff. Just throw it into the bill. I mean i get it with restaurants and small businesses and large businesses over the last eighteen months. Everybody has suffered. But i feel like you will piss people off less. If you just did a across the board two percent or three percent price hike on your menu items as opposed to itemizing that two or three percent on the bottom of the bill they would absolutely would not notice it. I mean because if a salad dick you got the last time was thirteen. Ninety nine and this time it's fifteen ninety nine. That was six months ago. Lot of water's gone under the bridge unified to be back in. Oh hey was that that recall two dollars. No you're not gonna notice that it seems so simple seem so obvious in yet that's lost in the city very much lost and there are people that get paid to sit around and decide these things. I think they're good idea is oh sure. The customers won't care if we raise the resort v by another ten dollars. We won't we won't give them anything for it but we're just gonna let them know that effective such and such. They're going to be paying forty five dollars on top of their forty-five room rate. Well and i sometimes wonder too with with the big corporations running things. You're just a number. You're just a customer. You're not mr novak. Mr walker for the most part the average person is just customer one seven five two seven two and the way they look at it is well. If this person doesn't come back somebody else will come in to fill their spot if you treat your customers as stupid people. You're more than likely gonna lose them. That's where i come in hopefully to warn people to avoid places like that where you're going to be treated like an idiot and send you a directions of places that are gonna value you as a customer as a guest going to welcome you and give you more than you expected. There are still places here in town that care about you coming to visit us. They wanna go above and beyond to make your experience special. There are places like that. I'm going to stand behind and say come on over here. Come on over here. We don't we don't wanna be ripped off and we don't wanna be ripping people off either my my my job here in town relies on tourism industry. There's a magician here in town. His name is david drake he. He was a big fan of my column. And when i was looking for a slogan he threw this one that me that stuck. He said probably biased. Definitely honest. i put on my business cards. I i read a one of those mobile billboards. When i first lunch and it said it right there on it you can lean towards the places that you prefer in your personal attachment to but be honest with people and they'll be happy you don't have to live to see them sam. If people want to learn more about you read more of your stuff. Where can they find you online. How do they go about doing that right. Now everything's being directed over to vegas. Four one one dot com. You can find any of my articles there. If you click on my name it will give you a whole list of the ones that i'm currently publishing on that site I've got dozens upon dozens. That are that are still kind of noteworthy worth checking out at my existing site of which is a vegas unfiltered blog dot com. And i also have a facebook page for that site. The vegas unfiltered blog facebook page. I writing for a few other outlets. There's a print magazine called a chic compass. Which is relatively new and outright entertainment articles for them. And i've got a bunch on the website for las vegas magazine dot com and also best of vegas dot com. Excellent sam again. i. I really appreciate this. I appreciate taking the time. And as i say it's great to finally be able to sit and have a conversation and hopefully at some point We're able to do this in person. As opposed to over the the wonders of technology zoom. It would be a blast to be able to sit and chat in person. Hey game if you can deal with me for the next ninety minutes. I can do it. I don't think that'd be a problem. I think it would be a competition to see who's ear gets talked off. I quite frankly go for it awesome. Thanks again sam. I appreciate it all right. Good thank you once again. If you wanna check out sam's unfiltered reviews and recommendations. You can visit vegas four one one dot com vegas unfiltered blog dot com or look for vegas unfiltered on facebook. And of course. 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"novak " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"The lights of the story about the airplane window. It's that feeling of awe as you stroll down the boulevard taking in the sights and sounds and it's that feeling of satisfaction knowing that you're in the greatest city in the world over forty two million people from around. The world share that feeling every year. And i wanted to taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast day. There and welcome to episode number eighty nine of the jeff. Does vegas podcast before we get going this episode of the show. I wanna thank my guest from the last episode. Jonathan jostle the ceo of the plaza hotel and casino in downtown las vegas. It was an absolute pleasure chatting with jonathan. We talked about his previous life and what led to him taking over the plaza. What he thinks has ignited renewed interest in downtown las vegas some of the plazas nisha experiences and much more. If you haven't had a chance to check it out yet jumped into the archives. At jeff does vegas dot com or head to wherever you get your podcast and search out episode number eight my special guest jonathan jostle all right here we go onto the show probably biased definitely honest. Sam novak my guest for this episode of the podcast has been using that tagline over the last few years for his blog vegas unfiltered. Sam has become known around. Las vegas as the guy who isn't scared to share his opinion whether it's a show a restaurant hotel or any other vegas attraction if it's a disastrous steaming pile of crap wrapped in a train wreck of a dumpster fire. Sam will tell you exactly that however if it's worth your time and money and he thinks you should check it out he'll tell you that as well salmon. I talked about what inspired him to create vegas unfiltered. We reminisced about some of the more savage reviews. He's given for vegas shows. He shared his thoughts on the changing vegas entertainment scene and much more plays. Enjoy.
"novak " Discussed on Fresh Air
"When seen wasn't working that was often the young writers job. Go right alz. He run them down two sets. I ran a bunch down to say. I was really proud of him and he said i don't know these all seem like jokes and i thought we'll yeah that's my job. These are jokes and he meant that it all had to come from character and truth and feeling that was really his school of comedy. This some i think del close was his mentor in chicago. Who who wrote a book called truth and comedy. So so yeah. I learned a lot about emotion and truth leading the desire being more important than the desire to prove how clever you were. And that was you know. I think that's why my early standup you know at that. Youth hostel didn't work and the lesson. I've really slowly learned over time. Well it's time for another break. So let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us my guess is b.j. Novak and he played ryan on the office and was also a writer director and executive producer of the series and now he has a new series. He created on fx on. Hulu called the premise. It's an anthology series. We'll be right back after a break. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with. Bj novak he created the new anthology series the premise which on f x on hulu he also wrote and directed most of the episodes and he co starred in the office as ryan and he was a writer director and executive producer of the series. And of course as you probably know there are so many so many ways of watching of watching the office now. It's incredibly popular right now. Evenly the series started and was two thousand five and lasted for nine years. One of the most famous episodes perhaps the most famous episode that you wrote was the second episode of the first season called diversity..
"novak " Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm terry gross my guest. Bj novak became famous in his mid twenties for playing ryan on the nbc series. The office whereas character had an on again off again relationship with kelly. Kapoor mindy tailings character. Novak was also a writer director and executive producer of the office. He was in quentin. Tarantino's film inglorious bastards and in saving mr banks. He also wrote a bestselling collection of short stories. Called one more thing now. J. novak has a new tv series that he created called the premise. he's also the primary writer and director of the show. The first two episodes premiered last thursday it streaming on fx on hulu. The premise is an anthology series with each half hour. Episode dealing with a current issue like social media. Obsession the gun lobby. How celebrities are seen as gods each episode ends with a surprise twist. Let's start with a clip from the episode called social justice. Sex tape the episode stars. Ben platt as ethan striber a young man who was watching his sex tape featuring him and a girlfriend when he noticed that in the corner of the screen through his window. You could see a young black men being assaulted by police. That young man is now standing trial. Wrongly accused of assaulting the police even decides to come forward and offer his tape as evidence that the man is innocent as helpful as the tape is for the defense and makes the jurors cringe and avert their eyes. Because ethan looked so awkward and kind of clueless then the prosecutor place excerpts of the tape while interrogating ethan which turns into a humiliating critique of his sexual ability and his credibility here so he responds when the prosecutor asks why he was watching the tape. The musical here in the background is from the sex tape I guess i was lonely..
"novak " Discussed on The View
"We'll be right back with the guest. J novak online. Nothing's off limits in his boundary pushing new series. Promise and what he thinks. The chances are of the dundee middling staff going back to the tonight on. abc angel. Soy i am. I am latina. So she can out Afro latino hispanic third ban superstar an exclusive performance by benjamin bratt solo presents cortisone the medico celebrating hispanic culture at eight seven central on abc apparent bestselling writer bj. Novak played the cocky and calculating ryan howard for nine seasons on. nbc's the office and he's making a triumphant return to scripted television with his provocative new anthology series the premise which tackles the issues of our time including social justice celebrity culture and even gun violence. Take a look here. We are the ngo itself. The ground zero of the second amendment. We have a total open carry policy throughout this building. We have armed guards at the front door. There's a gun range in the basement if we believe her own hype the safest place on earth right. What's to stop madman. Someone determined in making a statement someone with nothing to lose to infiltrate this office and just shoot up the place. Think about take out the headquarters. The entire enterprise goes crumbling is welcome to the view. Bj novak could you have your life. breakdown your midlife.
Restaurant Host Assaulted After Asking for Vaccination Proof
"Last night tourists assaulted a hostess at a restaurant for having the goal to ask reproof vaccination. Do we need the national guard to see people in restaurants at this point. I the woman is telling them i need to see vacs proof of vaccination which i believe is a law in this law and york city which is why not and that's where the tourists in texas. Yeah we'll do your research. That is the look as if you're not vaccinated you will not be eating endorsed. Tantrums are never okay. But the divide we're seeing with mass and mandates and vaccines and everything. How angry people get. It's bringing out this disturbing trend that people don't know like small businesses can't get insurance if they don't prove they're going to have mask mandates in and certain requirements and so people are taking it out on. This was a twenty two year old hostess making next to nothing doing her
"novak " Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"You know another example the same phenomenon and then if you wanted to criticize seats for anything it should have been that. He basically trotted out some misinformation about vaccinations and being anti vaccine mean. The greek government came out and criticized him for his irresponsible. And a scientific remarks about definitely feel like conscious or unconscious sublimate and louisa. Just how much focus. There was on this dumb non controversy controversy during the us open. Absolutely i mean. I mean it's it's hard to know sometimes when you are a semi news and semi entertainment organization You know what kind of calculus is going into. That is that they don't wanna get in legal. Trouble is that they said comfortable. For whatever particular announcers is it They don't think it's gonna be good for ratings whereas you know something as dumb as bathroom breaks is kind of captured. The imagination of skeptical logically minded immature public. I don't know. I mean it's it's hard to say i mean i i think that I think that broadcasts have an ongoing tradition of blowing Discussions about a lot of these things. I mean i think you know. In the first game of the season. Chris collins worth referred to antonio brown's million dollar smile and some quote some off the field stuff you know referring to really serious allegations against antonio brown so. I think that that works needs to do a better job at you. Know facing This public information and it does seem that this is a sort of no go area. Which is is pretty inexcusable and needs to be addressed In some way either by ourselves or by the public the forces them to do it. I think as the season goes on with the saints in with winston This will be talked about more. I think this week one storyline of i start. They blew out. the packers. is maybe going to push things in the direction that we've been talking about but we'll see i mean i wouldn't be surprised if it needs to be ignored but someone at some point or a lot of someone's at at at some point argonaut address and we'll we'll see How he deals with it. How the team deals with it. The nfl deals with it but You know steph. One of the more notable results from week one is just how terrible the jaguars looked against tyrod taylor and the houston texans and there was a story that came out by jason lockenfora of cbs sports. Before the game even started. I think there was just about how urban meyer mr raw college man Is everybody hates them. they're already i mean. Maybe i'm exaggerating a little bit but you know wanting them to take the preseason games more seriously being mad that they lost them just seems like a really really bad recipe for for an nfl team steph and just kind of like almost a cliche of like how college guys don't succeed in the nfl just like treating the players like children etcetera yeah and the inability to recognize that these are two different businesses. Whenever a college coach comes in the nfl. Very frequently is kind of amazing. It's almost as if shockingly football coaches don't spend any time reading about anything else but their own teams and preparing for the next game and even after this game. The jaguars lost people that thought. Trevor lawrence was going to be an all star quarterback and all pro quarterback out of the chute were wrong. I mean this is still a untested rookie quarterback in a very different and more advanced league and after the game urban. Meyer said it's inexcusable. The things that need to be fixed three preseason games. You'd think we'd have that fixed. So that's something we're that we're going to do. I would guesstimate. You would not see that again. that's inexcusable. That sort of garbage will not go over well in the locker room and the fact that urban meyer doesn't recognize that these are grown up adult players and not college students that he has complete and total control over is if not surprising at least entertaining for those of us who can't stand the sort of sanctimony us bullshit. The college coaches spout. I think unhinged is one of the words that came up in the. Cbs report about him. But yeah i mean. Let's not forget that he's not like he had a reputation for really knowing how to treat college students. Either i mean there were there. Were roughly can look red flags for years. I mean i do think that one of the things that's interesting. That's come come out of some of these reports and also the first game is kind of you know incompetent. You can trace back to the coaching staff. I mean a lot of the you can talk about drop passes and things like that but you know there were there were there. Were penalized for illegal formation. Three times you know. I mean there i mean there's just i mean it's just it's just a kind of in the offseason. He had difficulties figuring out the nfl schedule. Sort of overriding people. I mean it sort of it is like a joke. I mean it is funny. I mean this is the guy who brought back tim tebow. You know. I mean it's like he's living his own like hard knocks life It didn't cut. Tim tebow however and i'm sure it was very very difficult decision for him in the staff. Let's finish by talking about. I think our favorite moment of the past week which was cam newton's forty-three minute what. Tmz described in a phrase. That still makes me laugh. Every time i see it a sit down interview with his dad laughed. I laughed in that interview cam. Newton said that his alra his hairstyle the way talks way addresses and the way he dances. The reason bill belichick cut him last month. The reason why they released me is because indirectly. I was gonna be a distraction. 'cause i've been the star without being started and this was how verbally or in my aura. Okay just my own. Patriots started mac. John's the rookie lost to the dolphins stephan. Was this. Tell us a little bit more about the sit down interview. The camden had with his dad. And would you say that this actually was kind of a display of self awareness on campus. Part i mean he seemed to be pretty candid You know he. He said that they that he thinks that he would have been cut. Regardless of the fact that he seems to not have been vaccinated and had to miss five days of practice for violating protocol..
Djokovic Beats Last American at US Open to Extend Slam Bid
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"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
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"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 " Discussed on podcast
"I hope you enjoyed this first part of the interview with Novak and now I want to bring you the second part where me and Jay Shetty interview him together into this new episode right here. For me it's super important to have clear goals and short term goals long-term goals. What are the goals for this season? What is the goal in the next three months? Check check check that go through that with my team with myself. With my family, and then what is the long term goal? And I think being clear with all these things, and, you know, I know that identification sometimes is. Maybe moving you further away from that harmony and that peaceful state. But I feel like in a professional sport is super important to identify and to be very clear with yourself why you are playing that sport. While you're doing this, why am I traveling? I have two kids at home, waiting for me and I don't see them for 5 weeks. I mean, why am I doing that? There must be a super strong and good of a reason for me to be able to leave my kids and my wife at home. And to not see them 5 weeks. And so winning is not enough. You know, there has to be all these three things that I've told you about is something that fuels me every single day. And it's all a journey. It's all a journey. I try to tell myself, look, you know, it's about the journey. It's not about destination. You know, when you that's why, you know, I've also, you know, I felt my career when I reached certain results. They were really big. For example, 2016, when I won French Open, I was, I was holding all four slams at the same time. I think once in the history of sport, all four of the same year. No, it was not in the same year. It was in two different years, but I was holding it once I was champion of war false lands. And I was, you know, dominant number one and everything was great, but I just didn't feel something felt empty..
"novak " Discussed on podcast
"Shell. Live with no shell. Be authentic, be original, pave your own path. Don't just follow the paths, the society is telling you to. We need more creativity in this world. We need more innovations. We need more people that are free. Today's society is shaping us to be a bit of a robotic beings. She's got to do this. You've got to pay this. You've got to do that. You've got to follow this. You've got to take that. Try to understand what's the best experience for you, but at the same time, live freely and share it. Powerful. How can we best support you? What's the thing we can do to best support you? Make sure we follow you on social media, but is there a way we can support the foundation or a big cause that you're leave this completely up to you? I think that you can do best for me is to do best for yourself. There you go. That's all. There you go. Well, before I ask the final question and get you out of here, I want to acknowledge you for a moment, Novak for your incredible ability to live for your dreams, but also make sure that you're inspiring the world and your dreams and not making it all about yourself. You're a truly a global citizen of love. And for me, it's really inspiring to see that someone like yourself is in the world right now because when there is so much hate that's happening specifically in America, you've been through the worst of the worst and come out on the other side with such a giving heart. So I acknowledge you for all that you do for your country, and for the world, you're an incredible human being. Yes. Thanks brother. Thank you. And I need to before you continue, I need to. Also, say thank you for sharing that love as well. Thank you for bringing people with inspiring stories. Thank you for sharing passion for life and for greatness. We need to inspire people to.
"novak " Discussed on podcast
"And I think because I had these objectives in life, I managed to have the mental clarity. I managed to kind of a Tennyson Andre Agassi. My coach now I'm proud to have him in my team. He always says, you know, in tennis, you work from top backwards from basically setting up a goal, and then you work your way back. And he's just you know exactly the whole season how he's going to look like because this is my season goal. Let me work my way back to this moment. So this is probably a definition of how I felt at that moment mentally and the plans that I had the visions that I had. I was 7 I already I was making out of plastic or like a little paper materials I was making that Wimbledon trophies. You know, stuff like this. It was very, very clear in my mind that that's going to be my mission. Have you ever doubted yourself going on to being a professional and going against some of these top players for the first time? Did you ever have doubt? Or were you always like, I can beat them? I can be the best. Yeah, I had plenty of doubts. And plenty of doubtful moments have I probably the one that stands out the most was back in 2010. When I was already number three of the world, I was really Grand Slam winner. I was established player in top 5 in the world already three, four years before that. So I was already into it. One of my first Grand Slam in Australian open in January 2008, I was 20 years old. And it was a dream come true, the whole church. I was very successful in junior days and everything. It was just I had this upward spiral and trajectory in my tennis career in my life and everything was great. Everything was great. And then all of a sudden I had this period of two and a half, three years where I didn't win a slam. Really? I was managing to be three, four in the world. But I struggled a lot. And for me, being number three of the world wasn't enough. I was not satisfied with that. And I always go back and say, wait, okay, what I was 7, 8 years old, my dream. Life coal was always to be number one. And when Wimbledon, that's it. I need to achieve that. No matter what. But then I reached the kind of mentally low point in my career. I think it was after Roland Garros, you know, one of the four slams. And I lost. I was two sets to love up. I lost in 5 sets in quarterfinals. Against the guy called Jurgen Meltzer, he was top ten of the world very good player. But I had him. I mean, I had a match and I just lost. I just had a breakdown. I remember going first to my parents and talking about this and that. And I just cried and I don't know if this is worth it. I don't know if I should keep going and my father was like, tough enough stuffing up. No, no, no, you know, but it wasn't enough. I felt I needed to think about it more. I felt I needed to share more. So I went to my coach at the time I invited and one of my best Friends in life in my form of physiotherapist median. And I was in the room and remember sitting on the floor. Again, I had another breakdown and I was saying, I don't know, you know, and they were like, okay, take your time. Let's first, okay, breathe and it's come down. Let's look back. You know, and they were really, really wise for taming..
"novak " Discussed on podcast
"I could still do or I have no clue where I'm gonna be tomorrow because these bombs are right around me within miles. Were you able to practice where you just not sure? Were you just trying to I was practicing big time? Yeah, as I told you, you know, that was your time in no school. No school. I mean, I enjoyed school. I think it's great. But at the same time, I like to be on the tennis court more. And just huge passion of mine. And I started to do better and better and start to win some local tournaments. I was 11, 12 years old. And during those two and a half months of bombing, we actually spent after the second week was done because in the first couple of weeks, we were like, okay, let's just survive. You know, and let's just figure things out. We don't know what's going to happen. And then off the second week, we were like, okay, this is going to happen. God knows how long it's going to go for. So we might as well continue living our same normal everyday life, whatever it is. Whatever that is, you know? And so I spent a lot of time in tennis courts. And we had a lot of tournaments. And I actually remember I haven't been part of it, but I was still young still little, but there were people that were organizing this so called target group activities. So they would because they were bombing our bridges as well. So they would go out and one of most important bridges that connects the two important parts of the town. So people will go there literally more or less every day with t-shirts that would have like a target drone on them and also on their faces, they would draw targets or their top of their heads. And they would sing songs. They would be together united. And that was like a message out there, okay, we are to target try to do something now. Wow. This is us. We're here. So thankfully nothing happened there, but that was how powerful this whole experience was for people to get together. It was devastating. It was all these things that we talked about. There's something positive out of it is that people survive because and we got through it as people as country because we were together. We were united. And we talked about it the other day on the lunch is that I was complaining to you a little bit about Serbian people that we are not united when we are supposed to be. Right. We are calling each other down. That joke, yeah. I think, especially younger generations at that time. They were like, okay, this is our time to be rebellious. You know, when you're younger, you are really, you know, you want to be part of those activities and it's fun. So we try to turn it into fun. Yeah. You know of course we could during bombings. Exactly. Now, when did you start to fully believe in yourself that you were able to achieve what you wanted to do in tennis? When did the belief sit in or you're like, yes, this is possible for me. Oh, very early. I knew already I'm going to become number one of the world. Like I was 7, I think I was probably first was the first TV show I had guessed in one of these kids shows national stars or something. Something like that, and I said that tennis is a commitment. It's my obligation is something I have to do. I mean, I was already I was so disciplined, you know, at that time..
"novak " Discussed on podcast
"All right guys, welcome back to the school of greatness podcast. We have the legendary Novak Djokovic. That's great. In the house, man. You pronounce it. Pronounce it the way you told me to. Thank you for having me. I'm super excited about this. This is your first podcast. First podcast, yes. And we had launched a couple days ago, your wife, Elena introduced me to you. She had found, I guess some of my information somewhere our podcast somewhere and reached out, asked me to do an interview with her. We had a great conversation. She was like, you have to meet my husband, you're gonna love him, and I said, okay, I don't really know much about you. And then she was telling me all these things about you about how you really are here yes to be the best tennis player that you can be, but to make a massive impact in the world. And that you constantly want to give back and you want to spread love and joy and bring humanity together and I said, okay. It's more than just an athlete that I must meet this guy. She gives the best introductions of me. I must say exactly that. I'm very grateful to have her in my life. And I think it starts from there really emotional stability, the love. First of all yourself, of course, but then being able to share love and share. Everything that you experience in life with your partner is something that brought a lot of joy, a lot of inner peace and a lot of success later on in my life. She's probably the only serious relationship I ever had. I was telling you the other day. But she'll probably not agree with that. She's like, yeah, but you had the girlfriend three and a half months before me. Okay, yes, I had, but we started dating. I was 18. She was 19. And now we've been married for four years. No, what is it? I'm gonna get in trouble so good. I have the ring on darling. Yeah, so but we have two beautiful children and it's great to be able to share my life with her. Yeah, it's amazing. Now you started tennis when you're four. Is that right? Started playing a four. I started when I was yes..
"novak " Discussed on podcast
"We're bringing back one of my favorite interviews with Novak Djokovic. He is currently ranked as world number one by the association of tennis professionals. And Djokovic has been number one for a record of over 320 weeks. And I found inspired this last week as I watched him win his 20th Grand Slam title in Wimbledon and I wanted to reflect back on our conversation from 2017 and also an interview that we never published that I'm going to be putting together towards the end of this interview as well that I did with Jay Shetty and Novak right before the pandemic last year. We never published this interview, so I wanted you to have both of these together to get the full context of where he's been throughout his journey and what he's been up to lately. So this is going to be very powerful. And in this episode, we discuss how Novak started playing tennis and how he persevered through so many different traumatic experiences during childhood. How Novak recovered from his lowest point in his life. How to understand the power of the mind to build a champion's mindset and what love means to Novak and why it's so important for him. This is a very special episode again. Me and Jay Shetty spent some time with Novak for a full day playing tennis and basketball and we went golfing and did all these different sports together and really got to see behind the scenes more of how he thinks how he acts how he trains. And so this one is very powerful. And Novak's determination in his life and off the court is truly special. And I know you're going to love this interview today. So if you're enjoying it, make sure to share this with a friend posted on social media, tag me, tag Novak Djokovic as well. Over on Instagram or Twitter and of course, subscribe to the school of greatness podcast if you have yet to subscribe or if this is your first time here. Okay, in just a moment, I bring you the one and only Novak Djokovic. Recent.
"novak " Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Novak Djokovic had a chance to break and win the set, but he did not and the tail Bertini held serving, came back and broke. The Joker, and now they are back Unserved. It is 54 Djokovic in the first set with Barry Teeny Sears serving Excuse me, and you can see it all again on ESPN and the APP. And if the joke there wins ESPN pretty, Coleman says Well, that's going to put him On a top shelf all by himself. He's gonna have 20 singles titles. That's going to tie Roger Federer and believe me, he's going to past Roger Federer. He has a chance to win a Golden Slam this year, meaning all four grand slams. Throughout the U. S open to go and then the Olympics. If he does, that doesn't limit done one other time by Steffi Graf, winning a Golden Slam If he pulls that off, that conversation will stop. Well, can we consider one of the greatest of all time? The answer is hell. Yeah, You better start considering it sooner than later. That's Freddie Coleman of Freddie Fitzsimmons. Here on ESPN Radio at UFC 2 64. Dustin Poirier defeats Economy Gregor in there. Rubber match. The third match between the two rule. A first round Ko doctor's stoppage is McGregor suffers a leg injury. Awful news in baseball. Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr torn a C L in his right knee, trying to make a leaping catch he has done for the season it we're back on Monday, counting down the days until the NFL training camps begin. I'll tell you who I have in my real rankings. As the best running backs in the NFL right now, Keyshawn J. Will zoom in Monday morning on ESPN radio. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. This is Sunday morning on ESPN Radio and on the ESPN and why me? It has been a few weeks since we have shared the microphone. Well, two different microphones. Thankfully, that could be very awkward when we're trying to trade turns talking batshit Byron Metcalf, Byron. It's great to see your face on the zoom. No one else can see it with me. It's a very exclusive club here. How are you? I'm doing well, man. I'm glad we have.
"novak " Discussed on Beyond The Baseline
"Everyone John Wartime here is this week's sports illustrated tennis podcast hope everyone is well healthy wearing a mask not at a Belgrade disco topless, which I suppose is where we ought to start Jamie I'm glad you're you're with me today. How's everything in your world? It is good I. AM also not in a Belgrade club dancing around in close quarters. Shouting. Indoors So, that's a win I. You know I had wanted to do A. Normal podcast. We're going to talk to Donald Dell longtime agent. He had some very interesting <hes> thoughts about how to merge the ATP and the WPA we were GonNA talk about. The plan for the US Open and tennis getting back in there some events this week. We were talking about the Patrick. marauded lose event, and the Charleston ended in of course <hes> everything <hes> blew up metaphorically and I. Guess You could say in a sense literally with news from <hes> from the Balkans this weekend which we probably timestamped us, we are speaking on. What is today Wednesday morning the right as cracked. So we are seventy two hours into this <hes>. Kindly, call it a narrative <hes>. I spoken a lot about this. I've written about this I will say before we can talk. Specifics I'm very surprised at the stem, and this is really world news. I mean I was getting calls. From Aljazeera the BBC and then I just Mary. Carillo is on MSNBC Today. Mean is really become much more than tennis story. For better worse I would argue worse, but this really has been. The kind of story had ripples beyond the the sport and beyond sports period I think a lot of people are. Sort of trying to figure out how we eat back to normal I think we're trying to see I think we're starting to see some real. Sort of disparities in countries, and even here in the United States with how this is not only being managed, and not only with the data says, but just in terms of philosophy, so I think this is the story of really found its way into into a much broader story, and this has become absolutely <hes> world news. I mean this is as big as a ten stories we've had since there's been a match and I guess what why don't we just start there? I, mean Jamie. Let's start with. Top Line Impressions of <hes> the Adria Tour Novak Djokovic in the last seventy two hours. Yeah you're right to say that tennis exhibitions don't normally get this much press. I think it's always a funny thing with antennas. When people you know who aren't as familiar with the sport, they see results from from an Axa, whether it's early in the year late in the year, and you know somebody, beat, someone, and most people just sort of shrug it off, but it's as you said really interesting to see how much this has really gone across the world. World and everyone is talking about it and rightfully, so because this is a big issue in I think it was from the Gecko, when we started to see the photos and the videos of everything that was happening between the hugging and <hes> everything that was happening on the court, and then of course everything that was happening all off the court. All of those images in those photos are really going to be the mark of this event of this tournament. And jovovich whether or not he deserves all of the blame or not will also be the face of this issue for a long time coming <hes> he is the organizer of this event of course, and also the oldest <hes> in terms of the players that was there and for me. That was something that you know. He really needed to use his his advantage, and the the younger players thereof and born Cora and others <hes> even Dmitrov for what it's worth. You know are are younger than him. They look up to him <hes>. <hes> and for him to invite these players to come to this tournament in for him to organize this in the way that he did end to have the results that we had is just <hes>. It's not great, and I wish that the best tennis player you know the number one in the world right now had thought a little bit more about how he was exposing all these people. It's unsafe conditions and took a little bit more time to think about how what the results and the repercussions of this could have been. Yeah I mean I think no-one covered themselves in glory. I mean there's already been a lot of finger. Pointing joke of its father have having moved on from from fettered. Baby is now pointing fingers at Dmitrov as the culprit, I mean this is just ugly stuff I. Mean I think we ought to pause here in and say we do hope everyone makes. A speedy and easy recovery as as nick, curious I wrote. Nick curious turned into the the Wiseman of tennis Munich. curios thoughts on all of this have been. A lot more reasonable and responsible than anyone else's and the nick curious very rightly says this virus is not a joke, so. Go further. Let's be clear. We hope everybody makes a a quick recovery from virus that we know you know. Six figures over is can be fatal. <hes> having said all that I think I mean it's sort of interesting in the grand scheme of things, people who are casual fans or not even sports fans at all. This is hubris recklessness, and here's this athlete who somehow has been living in. Sick enough bubble so that he doesn't realize it. You can pass this on other people and hey. Viruses are really contagious and things like masks really work
"novak " Discussed on WTOP
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