18 Burst results for "Roscoe Tanner"
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"So. We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special. So yeah, we have a very connected. Yeah couldn't extent and did he keep in touch throughout your career? Did you see him around? There was a long period of you being a player and and many many years before he passed. It was he? Was You know he was here? Always here for me for advice, you know I went through a phase. You know when I was like eighteen nineteen and I felt like. I wanted to be by my own self. You know so. It was like you know you WanNa, be away from your father for who? This Seo I'm I'm Yani camera author and. It went on for a couple of years and then. But he was always there like he. Invited me played my first Orange Bowl in Miami. Miami Beach I was fourteen invited me. played Wimbledon with within. You know we play doubles at US Open together. We play doubles set. We will done. and he was always there for me was inspiring, obviously twice a mentor of status. And do you know today? I'm like? Oh. I was really impressed by what the work that the social work that he was doing. Decide the the you know one of the greats. Y- was always active so. The social worker working. And and most of all he was yet is these foundation was like helping kids in inner city to play tennis? And that was really inspiring, so one day I went to the. To the Bronx? New, York, and I saw what he was doing and I say all. I dream of doing that and Amid Foundation now score meal in France and we working all over France in eighty CDs. and. That was inspired by him. I just wanted to. Be Useful. You know besides playing. Winning losing, money. Whatever it was, it gave me. A different dimension it was something that makes sense, and and that's shows because of. Inspiration he says is advice. What was he like Yannick? What was he like as a person? Well, he was very was very quiet. Actually, it was very quite yet. Very. Little. Little sense of humor, but it was very was more introverted. And compared to be and I always remember like one day when we played with the first match replayed, was in on the court, and of course the press talked about this story. The fact that you know years before that he he saw me as a child. In Cameroon's. The central was packed and we playing in them. I remember we playing Bernie. Meet and Andy Pattison. From Rhodesia and South Africa, which led to the symbolic was really strong. and we playing them and I- posters of them in my bedroom full of them. So before we getting to the court, you know you have the always morning while you like staying in this room before everybody get. Installed good knowing the VIP's everything and I I read about an as we are about to go to court like saw nervous, my knees trembling. So we sitting in front of each other. and asked Arthur excuse me. Author Leash was terrible and I quit accusing yeah. It's possible, not Before in front of the other guys echoes why I I'm I'm too nervous too now to pay. And he starts laughing and the other guy. And he's the first. Time! TELLING THEM I don't want to play. It was like I was making a dream. I was like I. Didn't know what was going on. I couldn't put my. My mind together and and he says No. It's GonNa. Be Ok son so I actually don't remember anything about the first set. I was like on automatic pilot. I don't remember anything. And we ended up winning up I. Don't know if it was not eight..
Yannick Noah Interview
"We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on H-sana
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"roscoe tanner" Discussed on The Body Serve
"So much still had to preserve your feminity still had to make yourself palatable to men women sports very much existed tenfold under the male gaze backman right. There were some weird Victorian ideas and almost like ideas that spring from psychoanalysis than sped that women. If they exerted themselves too much sport it could make them sexually insatiable for even damaged their reproductive organs. So there was this consideration like in basketball. Playing only three players at a time had reminded me of leave their own. There was such a focus. On how the female baseball players looked and presented themselves they would finishing school at Washington was not really the the Paragon. She wore shorts. She wasn't you know not many tennis players wore shorts. At that time she was rough. She was physical and not super interested in living that feminine ideal her contemporaries were worried. That her dominance in tennis would discourage more people from playing tennis and that her opponents were too scared to come on court with her and so they were beaten before they took the court. We've heard this with so many dominant athletes as we wrap this up. One of the things that stuck out to me toward the end of or Washington's tennis career was the fact that her last major tennis title came at the Nineteen Forty Eight. Eight T H championships. Were in mixed doubles. Should defeated out there Gibson. Would you can't really write a better passing of the torch figurative scenario than that really literally her last title handing over to the start of Alpha's run and or being the precursor the one who paved the way for L. Theater then still struggled mightily but make more progress right and of course neither of them could have known that at the time we have to credit the historian. Pamela Grundy who has done a ton of work in digging into or a Washington's life and career. She's responsible for bringing a lot of the stuff to light. She's lobbied for her induction into certain halls fame and all that so at this point. Washington is a member of the women's Basketball Hall of fame. The naismith basketball hall of fame in two thousand eighteen but is not in the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport at the end of her life or Washington lived a fairly obscure life so much so that when she was inducted into the Black Athletes Hall of fame in nineteen seventy five. The New York Times reported that the seat reserved for her on the days. The night of the induction ceremonies was empty and Miss Washington's whereabouts. Remain a mystery. This was after she had already died. This was four years after her death and this hall of fame and the New York. Times didn't know that another parallel between or Washington and Ellie Gibson is that they both played multiple sports at a high level or playing tennis and basketball and LV playing tennis and then when she was unable to make enough money to sustain a living in Tennessee segue into all kinds of other things including professional golf. Tried her hand at singing being a professional singer. And so one of the overarching narratives of being a black woman athlete in the early to Mid Twentieth Century America. Is that unless you had? Somebody backing you financially. Which these two women didn't in order to make your own way you had to improvise the next player that we wanNA talk about. Is Richard Russell from Jamaica and talking about him? A similar theme comes up with or Washington that you think of the first African American women's tennis player and you think about the Gibson you think of perhaps for a lot of folks today the most prominent Jamaican tennis player. You think Dustin Brown when in fact dare somebody else to look at and so with Jamaican tennis. The First Real Jamaica prominent tennis player was Richard Russell and I I came to know of him because when I was in high school in Jamaica. His son was a prominent junior at the time. He has three sons. Two of them played professional tennis. Not Nearly on the scale that he did but when I was in high school his son Ryan Russell was on the junior circuit. He made the semi finals of Junior Wimbledon in doubles but his father. I struck out on the International Tennis circuit in the mid nineteen sixties. In fact Richard Russell was the only Jamaican to qualify for and win matches up all grand slam championships. He never made it past a second round. He owned a fourteen and twenty eight win loss record on the ATP tour keep in mind that that accounts for his matches in the open era so he had more success between nineteen sixty six thousand nine hundred sixty eight but that's not really accounted for in his official statistics on the ATP tour among the players that Richard Russell beat in his career. He scored a win over Sherwood. Stewart in nineteen seventy one at a tournament in North Carolina. If you recall Sherwood Stewart comes up in our previous episode on Zina Garrison where he partnered Zena two mixed doubles titles at the nineteen eighty seven Australian Open and the nineteen eighty eight Wimbledon. He also made further slam finals with Zina as well as Lori McNeil during that time. If you do any reading on Richard Russell one of the things that you will come across is that he beat Arthur. Ashe folks will just throw that out there. But what really happened was nine hundred six alongside Lance Lunden playing Davis Cup for the Caribbean Commonwealth. That pair beat Arthur ash and the United States team in a doubles. Rubber Russell also played Alexa Punch Gonzalez. They're all these tournaments that happen in Jamaica during that time and you have the likes Punter Gonzalez playing in Jamaica and beating Richard Russell. Russell is also credited as holding the record of winning a Grand Slam match six love. Six Love Six love at the Australian Open in nineteen sixty six over Richie Chopra in telling the story of Richard Russell. You Get to learn that the tennis does have a bit of a history in Jamaica as well and in nineteen seventy five. Russell participated the first ever Nations Cup. Which would go on to be known as the World Team Cup from nine hundred seventy two two thousand twelve? It was held up first time in Jamaica and then subsequently from seventy eight to two thousand twelve it was held in Duesseldorf Germany. Arthur ash played in the tournament and went on to win the title alongside Roscoe Tanner from Russell qualifying for Wimbledon. And playing all these grand slams in the mid nineteen sixties right up until nineteen seventy five with the Nations Cup. You have this decade. Where tennis is taking root root and really starting to thrive in Jamaica. And I don't know what the answer is but it seemed to to fall away after that as to Ho Richard Bristled got into tennis. It was purely happenstance. He tells a story that he was originally a cricketer Kingston College in Jamaica. Which was a high school. I played against Kingston College many times cricket Richard Russell that he played at all levels of cricket in High School. He played for the under fourteen team. He played for the Colts team which is under sixteen team. He also played the Sunlight Cup which was eighteen hundred and four highschool creatures Jamaica. You can pretty much play all three at the same time if you're good enough age eligible so for example if you're thirteen years old and you're good enough you can play it. The colts level. You can play it the Sunlight Cup level which is what Richard Russell did. He was good enough as a cricketer that he was the youngest high school cricketer at the time to play Sunlight Cup cricket which was eighteen hundred eighteen and while that was happening he was training on the field after school and tennis coach comes over and according to him just plucks three or four guys at random or you know finding would be willing to help him out because he needed to feel tennis team to compete at some high school tournament in two weeks and so. Richard Russell is picked to be one of these guys. Learns the game and within a year. He's a national champion. And at that time his father kind of steers him in the direction of becoming a tennis player because he sees that as an easier route to becoming a professional athlete. Which was interesting for me because at that time. West indies cricket was huge and the prospect of becoming a professional cricket player. I imagine would have been on the forefront of any young athletes mine in Jamaica are much more so than becoming a tennis player right. A West indies cricket would have been very competitive to break into but tennis at the time. Pre open-era was not a huge money making sport and there weren't really any black male superstars point to to say. I'm GONNA be like that guy and breakthrough true but at the same time. There really wasn't any money to be made from playing professional cricket. At the time there was not twenty crooked there was no one day. Cricket THE STORY OF INTERNATIONAL CRICKET AT THAT TIME was test match cricket and of playing for country and national pride so. I don't think anybody really conceived of playing for the West indies as a means of getting rich. But I do think that perhaps Richard Russell's father saw tennis as perhaps more lucrative option if Richard were good enough according to Richard Russell. He said my father apparently read in those days that all the top Australian players learn to play against the garage wall their house so my father had me seven days a week half an hour against the wall and then I became the youngest national champion of Jamaica by sixteen and that started the whole thing. My father picked up the phone called. Ustralia asked about the Great Hire Hoffman. He didn't know him at all and he got hold of him and said my son has just become the youngest national champion of Jamaica. And I don't know what to do with him. And Harry Hopman said put him on a plane and send them to me and I wet. That was the start of my whole development spending a year with Harry hot money. Australia and those are quotes given to black TENNIS PROS DOT COM. I mentioned lands. Lumberton before as Richard Russell's partner at the nineteen sixty six Davis Cup. Interesting Lens Lumberton. Also hailed from Kingston College. They went to the same high school. Lumberton was a few years older than Brussel and he too made his way onto the Grand Slam Tennis Circuit Lens. Lonestar claim to fame as a tennis player. Is that at the very first professional Grand Slam in the Open era at the French Open in nineteen sixty eight lands lungs. Dan Draws Rod Laver in the first round the number one seed and loses to him in straight-sets. This is a very interesting time for a lot of reasons. Richard Russell was seventeen when Jamaica declared independence in nineteen sixty two. He's playing in the Caribbean and the United States. The US is near exploding. With civil unrest with the Civil Rights Movement Antiwar Movement he becomes good friends with Arthur ash. Who is really in the the whole Stewart of all of this? It makes sense that Richard Russell and Arthur would become friends. I imagine for a black tennis player on the tennis circuit in the mid nineteen sixties for those reasons that you stated would be a very lonely place for a black man. It's the story of black players and tennis as often framed around this idea of isolation in a Lily. White sport of this double oppression..
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on Under Review Tennis Podcast
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"roscoe tanner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Question that this would be the most fair reaching privacy bill across the country the idea is to give you more knowledge and control of your personal information the web sites collect and trade you'll be able to opt out of information collecting and direct websites to delete your data the new law applies to every website is visible in California or in other words every single website but complying with the new law is so complex that the state attorney general's office has already said it won't be ready to enforce that'll hold until July with the new state law taking effect new year's day regarding the use of deadly force by police officers the LAPD has put together a video for its personnel for the next seven days LA police chief Michael Moore has directed that the video be played the details of the actual state law definition what officers responsibilities are in ensuring that here she can articulate the basis for why they came the decision to use deadly force the new state law changes the legal standard for when police can use deadly force from one it's reasonable to only when it's necessary that has been as many people's view within the organization has always been our administrative standard but as of January first the state law adopts acting standard to comply with the new law the department has submitted a revised use of force policy to the police commission which it down today and is now seeking comments from the community the chief says they will continue to reinforce the state law as well as changes to their policy and talk about them during a variety of training Margaret Carrero KNX ten seventy news ready LA county sheriff's deputies are looking for sixty eight year old walnut man missing in the one area for about a month his family says a jet Roscoe Tanner who sometimes known as Roger Smith is sometimes forgetful and becomes disoriented the passing often been seen in both walnut and diamond bar we have a photo of him it can extend seventy dot com if you see them sheriff's deputies like to hear from you a bank robber hit a chase branch into hunger on Monday got away with some cash the hold up happened in the sixty five hundred block of foothill Boulevard police say no weapons were seen and no injuries were reported it's one fifty tied to your money stocks are closing up twenty nineteen with a whimper prices head into the final session of the year just below their all time highs Mar Connors a credit through security sees a good start to the new year what happens later he says will depend on whether the fed raises interest rates later in twenty twenty are we have a thirty percent run absolutely not you know I I think it's going to be some pain multiple expansion but it's all about fed accommodation if they pull it back you will likely have a queue for eighteen again we close out the year with a pair of economic reports today S. and P. case Shiller issues it's report on October home prices with economists surveyed by Bloomberg forecasting a year over year gain of two point one percent the conference board will have its reading on December consumer confidence the gauge unexpectedly fell to a five month low in November but Bloomberg economics predicts a pick up this month we check your.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Jewish leaders here in LA to call for a unified federal effort to deal with these types of events reporting the violent incidents like the power a synagogue shooting earlier this year the attack several days ago in New York at a rabbi's home and fifteen other Edison medic incidents recently rabbi Marvin hire call the surge of such crimes unacceptable for that reason the Simon Wiesenthal center calls upon president trump to create a task force of the FBI to exclusively combat the cancer event the semitism higher says he doesn't in any way discount the efforts of local law enforcement to investigate such offense but says the F. B. I. has not only the technical and human resources but the ability to coordinate intelligence nationally and act appropriately to deal with the prevent anti semitic attacks before they become even more prevalent in West Los Angeles Pete Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio postal inspectors have offered a fifty thousand dollar reward for information that leads them to for men who robbed a mail carrier in south LA this is on west sixty second street just west of Vermont postal service says the suspects wore hoodies of different colors they got away in a white twenty fourteen Nissan Altima it had tinted windows if you can help you can talk to any employee at any post office unless you work for Amazon you've probably never realized just how many robots are feeling your orders along with humans but our robot colleagues good for us robots are everywhere robot vacuums saving us from house work but how about working in a warehouse alongside a robot there could be some obvious benefits especially physical and repetitive movements twisting listing turning you have the possibility for these technologies to come in and reduce the severity of some of these jobs as a best selling us university of Illinois you know she recently study the effects on humans that go beyond the physical benefits some robot co workers I think for underestimating the psychological impact that might come from working so closely with and being supervised by algorithms and and computer she says companies like Amazon good example has currently more than two hundred thousand robots filling orders alongside humans that those companies need to make sure that the concerns of humans are ignored along the way especially as it concerns the pressure that people might feel to keep up with the machines Craig Fechner can extend seventy newsradio new U. S. C. study warns that box on Twitter are spreading unproven and inaccurate information about how marijuana can help people with all kinds of medical issues the study's author John Patrick alum with U. S. sees tech school of medicine tells KNX he's concerned exposure to these claims will lead to a miss understanding about swatch marijuana can do and can't do for your health cannabis is only approved for medical use by the US FDA in a small number of cases and you know and they're very specific cases such as chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting appetite stimulation in conditions like a alum says federal and state sponsored websites will have accurate information about your medical cannabis use study found boxer twice as likely to mention health and medical uses for cannabis but less likely to talk about some personal use LA county sheriff's deputies are looking for a sixty eight year old man missing in the wall not area for almost a month his family says jet Roscoe Tanner who sometimes known as Roger Smith is sometimes forgetful and becomes disoriented in the past he's often been seen in both wall not in diamond bar and we have a photo of him on can extend seventy dot com if you've seen them sheriff's deputies would like to hear from you and among the trouble spots on the roads were checking at four fifteen the four oh five between LA X. in Sherman oaks it's four eleven today's horoscope brought to.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"There's a new crash on the ten in downtown LA were checking them all out in about two minutes is two twenty three LA county sheriff's detectives looking for a sixty eight year old woman man missing in the one area for almost a month now his family says jets Roscoe Tanner who sometimes owners Roger Smith is sometimes forgetful and does become disoriented in the past he's often been seen in both Wallace and diamond bar with a photo of a Medicare next ten seventy dot com if you have seen him the sheriff's deputies would like to hear from you the average price of gas in LA county has reached its lowest amount since August and now sits at three sixty one a gallon they're still nearly twenty three cents higher than it was a year ago but it's about fifty cents lower than it was a couple of months ago there's a reward for the safe return of a stolen pick up in South Carolina but what's inside the truck is that what the owner really wants back then Frankel's family is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for the safe return of their dog after someone stole his truck with the pet name dibella inside the man left the two year old forty pound yellow lab mix dog inside his pick up truck with the engine running when he briefly ran into a home improvement store in north Charleston South Carolina Brengle has set up social media call to the hopes of finding the dog some twelve hundred people have followed the Instagram and Facebook accounts Jim chrysalis CBS news all my life and telling him no road sometimes our dreams just don't come true a man slammed on my face I just found another door the world No Way and the world does know he exists that's Eddie Murphy in his new comedy film dolomite is my name the comedian actor is set to recieve with a he's expected to receive a lifetime achievement award at the twenty fifth annual critics choice awards the critics association says Murphy is being honored for his extraordinary rolls over the years including the latest playing Rudy ray Moore in dolomite on Netflix the.
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"Never forget it Dennis. And I had poncho when Spencer in like three other people standing there watching and I happened. The win the first set. And after that, I mean, you couldn't get a seat around in the word went out. And and I won that match in three sets and and walked out of there that day and and said to set the poncho, I said, I'm I feel like I'm on my way. And and never forget, he took a me and Spencer to dinner, and he told me, right? Then he says, you may feel it you says, but but don't ever think you got it. You know that that you are on your way always strive to to be better. And never forget that everything I've read about the the ozzy's MO came off so classy classy with you at the end. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh, you know, what we I I always liked the Australians, and the reason the reason being I like their work ethic. They also party hardy don't play. Yeah. You know, which was which was good. But they always went out there. They were ready to play and afterwards, whatever happen. But I also liked the camaraderie, you know, that's something that I never had. I was never a part of that that may that was my fault. But you know, they travelled together, you know, the South Africans travelled together, my great friend, David Schneider, South African we traveled with with three or four other the players from South Africa, and the, but but in the United States was different because there was so much competition. You know, if you know, not only within the tennis playing Arthur ash or STAN Smith are are Roscoe Tanner or are Eddie Dibbs, or you know, all the guys that I grew up with. But also, we're we're fighting for, you know, two lines on the front page against all the other great athletes from Ali of fraying, you know, Jackie. Steward and racing. You know, whatever we're fighting for such a tiny tiny piece of the pie. You see today with the Ryder Cup Jim every year. They get that Ryder Cup together for every two years for golf, and you can see the EU guys all are able to mesh more seamlessly into a cohesive team right and Petrie creed can fake for a week that he's part of a team. But you know, he's been brought up to be sorta like you or with its killer be killed..
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on Only A Game
"Zero dash had dreamed of winning Wimbledon since he was a young kid, and I think he pretty much knew this was his last chance but ask also knew that might be wishful thinking, Jimmy Connors, nine years. His junior had won the nineteen seventy-four Australian and US opens and was the reigning Wimbledon champ. He started the nineteen seventy five season by winning nine of the tournaments he entered. He dominated in a way that few players have ever dominated. He was thought to be unbeatable invincible, really avenue. There'd be a good chance he'd have to go through Connors to capture a Wimbledon title. In mid June of nineteen seventy five ashen Connors competed at the Nottingham open a pre Wimbledon warm-up tournament both lost in the quarter-finals in a post tournament press conference. Connor said that he had been just a little bit off his game, but in the future of he would just crush his opponents. And to be honest, almost all of the journalists covering Wimbledon thought he was correct, but that statement just stuck in Arthur's craw ash, kept his anger to himself for a little while anyway, he filed it away when play at Wimbledon got underway. Arthur Ashe Jimmy Connors were in opposite brackets. They breezed by their opponents Connors, didn't lose a single set at dispatch, Tony, Roach in the semis on July third and sat in the stands to watch Connors, play, Roscoe, Tanner Roscoe. Tanner had the fastest serve in tennis and every time he would hit the scorching serves or ground strokes. Conners would hit back ten miles an hour faster. When Arthur's saw this, he thought, oh, wow, Roscoe. Can't out hit him. Then really, no one could Connors defeated Tanner in straight-sets, but while watching them Ascott and what if he didn't try to out hid Connors, don't give him any pace. Just constantly take it off ship and lob just drive him crazy, hit loaded, his forehand volley. And that might conceivably work. On the morning of July fifth nineteen seventy-five. Jimmy Connors was the overwhelming favorite to defeat Arthur ash when they took center court Connors, gamesmanship was obvious. He had an Italian designers outfit on, but Ashmead a fashion statement of his own Arthur's wearing the Davis Cup sweatshirt blue with red letters thing USA, but it was a reminder that Connors had led his country down and let his fellow players down. I mean, that wasn't like Arthur to play those kind of mind games. But this may be been one of the times when he did it was also unlike ash to play a strictly chip in lob game. He killed him with kindness with the slow ball with the spins. Love. I wonder if Cuomo's lost head of it there. I think they asked bowl would floated out. Don't give him any pace. You'll drive him crazy. And he won the first set six one kind of wasn't even in it and hardly one point in the second-set. The crowd is just stunned no one thought this was a remotely possible down two sets to none Connors came back to win the third. Well, here goes founders is gonna come back and he's going to win three straight sets. The fantasy of ashes is going to be over in the fourth set. It looked like Connors would even the match at two sets of peace, but Asha abandoned the ship in lob and reverted to his usual array of topspin backhands and well-placed forehands to build a five, four lead in the fourth set. Two points for authorized.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on KNSS
"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest. Gordon? Lor is an author co author editor of several years fo- books and several thousand UFO and other articles on spiritual phenomena eastern mysticism nuclear energy, the space shuttle and so much more. He was an unaccredited scientific advisor to the late director Stanley Kubrick on the two thousand one space odyssey back in nineteen sixty seven couple of his books mysteries of the skies. And of course, flying saucers from beyond the earth. And Gordon, I've gotta tell you. It's a privilege to have you on the program. Thank you so much Georgia privilege paying on for me. I was a kid when I joined nightcap the national investigations committee on aerial phenomenon. Darn you did join I must have been fifteen years old back in one thousand nine hundred sixty five would that be right? The right around the year. I went on board at nightcap. Nineteen sixty five. Indeed, what got you interested in UFO's? I read the first two books by major ki-ho of flying saucers from REO in nineteen fifty zero the very first book on the subject, and then flying saucers from outer space in nineteen fifty through not three and I was hooked after that. And also had a couple of sightings of my own which I sent into nightcap and. Then I met dick hall of the assistant director of nightcap at the time and nineteen sixty five. I was a folk singer actually a really in DC and dick came into here because I had written the music to a poem by by Justice. Oliver Wendell Holmes called the pedigree, peddling pup and ten pedals in a puddle. Periera Peter Paul, and Mary was there in the audience, and and dick happened to come in there because he was Edison folk music as well and invited me back to his apartment, and we talked the rest of the evening. And by the time, I left to go home in hard to to be a staff member nightcap. And I showed up in the next day. That was I think around April of nineteen sixty five I thought it was so cool. I had my little paper nightcap official membership card. I'll be and it was just I was fascinated Gordon like you were with UFO's. I still am. I can't stop either can you? I know they're they're just so mad when I wrote my first book mysteries of the skies. Now, probably weren't twenty-five really serious folks out there. Now, there are thousands Gordon when when Nike camp finally stopped functioning move. On picked up the mutual UFO network. But why did nightcap stopped? I mean was it because keyhole died or what happened no Nokia until some years after that? But what happened is that the university of Colorado UFO project, which ran the conduct report. Right conduct report. Exactly. And not cap was facing some severe financial problems any house. Not keyhole bless him. Wasn't the greatest keeper over the funds. And as a matter of fact, that's part of the reason he took over from Townsend Brown who KO and towns around where the co founders of nightcap back in nineteen fifty six and then Thompson Brown last because he couldn't handle the funds and then kill took over thirty ram of the organization for about twelve years and. Actually. I think it was a CIA takeover by yourself. Well, you know, what you might be right for a lot of people who don't know the name, Donald ki-ho. He. Died by the way in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight he was an American Marine Corps. Naval aviator. That's correct. He wrote great articles. And what what was it Gordon that got Donald keyhole interested in your foes? Didn't he have his own sightings? I don't recall that he did per se. He was very interested in aviation. He saw many strange things in the skies. Methacton he was the one that that honcho the tour of Charles Lindbergh around the United States after his ground. I his historic plane flight from New York to Paris in nineteen twenty seven and he. Ki-ho got very interested in in the subject, but exactly how. And why I I don't know. I don't remember him saying anything about I know it was after Kenneth Arnold sighting. Okay. That was June nineteen forty seven. That's right. That's where I really got interested in this in didn't he have a lot of friends worked at the Pentagon? I I remember now. Yeah. Yes. He did Roscoe Tanner was one the first director of the CI. But but what happened was I recall now that Ken Purdy at true bag Zine. That's right. He published his book flying saucers real that trains article or something. Yeah. But it and and that was the name of the Ardo. It was Ken Purdy who who because keyhole had been writing for him. He knew keyhole was a pilot and so on and he thought Keough might be interested in tracking down these. Aleppo force. And I think that's how Keno really got interested in the subject he began using his contacts and the Pentagon of Dewey foreign aid was one I'm Helen quarter. He began to get some material from from them to start out with and just sort of went on from there. Did he know at the time j Allen Hynek when he was heading up the project blue book. He didn't know personally. No. And I think he may have met him once or twice, but I didn't know him very well. But of course, finding but keyhole I have in my book for keyhole really up praised tiny because around about nineteen sixty seven eve again to reverses stats, particularly after Jacques volaille who wrote a note to me the other day about my book as a matter of fact, I can read it. I'd love to hear that. Yeah. Jacques is just wonderful guy. Oh, yeah. I know. Well, I I could tell you what he said, I I have an autograph copy of my book after he asked for one. He said poed I liked the book a lot you've been there. And you are in a position to speak about it. And the first person I congratulate you on taking the time and having the courage to pull this great testimony together. I think Gordon it's so great that you were able to write this book because it touches on so many incredible cases and data does. But more importantly, you were there. I mean, you you were there in the beginning. When all this was happening, right. As a matter of fact, it was. I did several investigations on my own. But mainly I I was the head of the nightcap subcommittees that about thirty five subcommittees all over the world. And I remember during the nineteen sixty six sixty seven flat from ill from hillsdale's nail. Michigan. Yeah area. That's the one that. Hi, Nicole swamp gas. That's correct. That's that's very cry. I was I was there. I was right in the middle of that Dr. So you're right there on on was born in Detroit. And remember the story, and I remember high Nick coming to the mid west and talking about swamp gas in haunted him after he said that. But but he began to changes, his his mind. Take more, particularly after a ballet I spent a full day with Heineken jock fillet at the Northwestern University in nineteen sixty nine and by then hynick had already decided that indeed the UFO question needed a serious scientific investigation. And and and he was no longer going to poop away to something. You know, what was it that changed him Gordon because something dramatic happened to him where he went from being the project blue book consultant, which was basically deny deny deny to all of a sudden a staunch believer in UFO's even having his own out of Chicago. I mean, what what was that trigger point for him that God? I I'd always heard it was the Lonnie Zamora the police officer ought Sikora box. Great Casey, really did April twenty four thousand nine hundred sixty four nightcap did a thorough investigation that case where this police officer saw eight landed craft with I think it was three occupants outside it. Little man, he thought it was a flipped over car when he was driving there until he got there and went oh my God. That's right. That's that's correct. And and and then took off over a dynamite shack just missing it by inches and and and flew away. And and and hynick was quite impressed by that. By that case, I think that may have been the one case that that started them thinking that maybe he should versus a couple more years to do it. But I think maybe shock fillet had something to do with it too. Because. Jock. And and Allen Hynek where? Nick was was shocks mentor came very close friend. And of course, his his book was published. I think it was last year wasn't it twenty seven to about the hiding biography and somebody actually in England now. Hey, hey, ladies, working on a biography of kill that would be super. I know she you should be quoted in that book because you were there. I'm in touch with her so cool. I think I will do you think the media today is different from the media back in the sixties because it's my feeling Gordon that the media in the sixties really seemed to be interested in UFO cases in took it took it seriously. I mean, Mike Wallace when he was on ABC in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight he was interested. He interviewed keyhole, but they're all they're always seemed to be censorship going on there. But I know well, I can tell you back in the sixty seven doing the flat sixty six sixty. So the media. I mean, I was up sometime till two o'clock in the morning and nightcap headquarters wash CC fielding calls from as far away as Australia. Wow. And Germany, and I was on a English speaking radio program and journey in Germany at two o'clock in the morning and the male. Oh man would bring in twice a day, huge sex letters. So the at and. And there were these huge flaps you saw them in almost every newspaper that doesn't happen much anymore. We're would you have been in nineteen seventy one. In nineteen seventy one. I was in Bethesda Maryland. And that's why you're talking about McDonalds. How right we were. You were you interested in UFO's and things like that. Then of course. Yeah. The matter of fact, Jim McDonald was out of her home. He's he's spent of course, they McDonald was the number. One advocate matter of fact, he tried so hard to get hynick to change his mind that he just slammed his fist down on uneccessary. And said that hynick was was. Shadows come out for a series investigation. But but anyhow hynick you may recall if you've read Andrew offals excellent book. Yeah. On the program. Yeah, I'm still in contact with her although she's ninety two now. I know it isn't that amazing? She's still going strong. She's writing her own memoir, but but only a week or so after he left our home in return home to Arizona. His body was discovered in the desert. He apparently committed suicide I've been suffering from a polar depression type of thing the one thousand nine hundred eighty did more than any other side is back then during this subject you really did. He was a great site. Was he was a great friend of particularly the call and myself and my wife when I was twenty one in Detroit as a radio reporter, my first interview was with Stanton Friedman..
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"All right. Back brand new rapport, stereo pockets. My name is Michael Rapaport. AK, the Gringo Mandingo aka the human flim machine aka bird aka Jake lamotta of podcasting. Back in New York City. I just flew in just now literally just landed picked up the golden microphones. Mr. New York is back in New York, and I can't wait to get down and dirty on this brand new NFL week. One is in the books NFL week. One is in the books is going to be a great, great podcasts. I don't know what to say. I don't know what to say. There's been so much shit going on. It's been non stop. NFL week. One is in the books. Serena Williams lost in a very, very controversial. Final at the US open as you know, she is one of my favorite athletes g moody whose last name rhymes of duty is not rocking on this podcast will be back later on in the week. Let's just get into this because Serena Williams, no, only Sokha. Final, the US open took on a life of its own. It was above and beyond tennis. Everybody knows what happened. Listen, serene is is she's one of my favorites. Like I said, we talk about her all the time. And I got to tell you, I've talked about this before. I grew up a pretty avid tennis fan because of my father disco Dave Rappaport who. Up until about five years ago, play tennis, two to three. Sometimes four times a week. It was a part of my life from as far as I can remember being a tennis courts when my father was playing and then playing with my father watching matches with my father, Jimmy Connors beyond bore John McEnroe Illeana Stasi Roscoe. Tanner Chrissy average Tracy Austin, Martine Martina Navratilova I play tennis and all that stuff. I really. It's been a part of my life. So I understand the world of tennis. Let's not forget. Tennis is in a risk to critic sport it was made for the enjoyment of aristocrats. It has.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"And now I your hosts ams up. Nice. I am going and we are at the host of playing with science. Runied nice. This is playing with science. Long gone are the days of wooden rackets Roscoe Tanner bull versus McEnroe things were well rather analog. Man. I miss those days, but you know what? It's a new age, a digital age, if you will, and if you don't train your brain, you ain't got no game. Did you like that? And if you're in gotten those stunts guess, what? Where are you? Well, you here is exactly it is about pattern recognition and finding your zone. How quickly can you dial it up? How quickly can you dial it back down -solutely. Right. And joining us today will be tennis strategists and analysts cred Oche Anisi as well as sports psychologists and mental performance consultant. Leslie sherline. Melissa here from coach. Sarah stone who currently works with Serbia's number one, ranked female player, Alexandra chronic, but joining us. I is cred Shannon Zee. He's the number one tennis strategist analysts in the world. He's coast on tour for twenty years. He created brain gain tennis dot com. And he's the lead tennis analysts for the New York Times. Craig, welcome to the show welcome. I just arrived your. It's great to be here looking forward to. A maze ING. US open. Oh, that's right. That's why you're here. I the way love the open. Can you please get me some tickets? Get me. I'm joking. I'm joking, max, Tony, courage, right? Greg, I'm really not joking, but I am Shokhin you know what I'm saying? You know, it's kind of like what you ask a girl if you want her to sleep with you and you're like, I mean, I'm joking. I mean, unless you're into that so anyway. So much of your personal life comes out and this show? No. Hey, man. Let me just say this. It's such a pleasure to watch you when you're doing the analyst for the open or for Wimbledon or for the French. It does make a difference. You're so enthusiastic. Can you give us a back story about how you came to be Craig oshaf aniseed the greatest tennis analysts in the world you work in tickets on you? Yeah, I'm working those tickets. Jolly. I think I think it goes back to what I was a kid. I grew up in ole-ry strike a rural country plays, but it's a hotbed of ten is is two hundred draws cords within one hundred kilometers or ceasing miles. Tennessee everywhere. So the club I had twenty five call, it's called the road just a couple miles thirty grass courts and only kid was was play. I get on my bike to school, go harm and go to the cords and play until doc, and I should have. I really wish I should have taken some tennis lessons to refined might take nape, but it just wasn't something the kids hit back. Then we just quite so I play. I was very heavy on playing sense. Therefore, the strategy of the game, what matters to what he was, you know these days while most kids may play, you know, fifty sixty matches year eighty matches whatever we're playing three or four hundred plus all the practice. So I was just so heavy on the strategy side of it, and I greatly enjoyed that. You know, I never really wanted to practice when Brock up to two courts and. Bly warm up. Let's just go in and start a point. So gung, I love to compete an office strategy in sport. So with the strategy now you've got that big ally could big data when Wendy big day to start to really get a hold on the sport of tennis for you. Okay. So between from nineteen Ninety-one backwards right. Dada was ever Clinton ten soda. I was nineteen Ninety-one. So you want to look back at the nineteen eighty one. Bold McElroy fato..
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science
"Need shut nice. This is playing with science. Long gone are the days of wooden rackets Roscoe Tanner bull versus McEnroe things were well rather analog. Man. I miss those days, but you know what? It's a new age, a digital age, if you will, in if you don't train your brain, you ain't got no game. Did you like that? And if you're in gotten those stunts guess, what? Where are you? Well, you here is exactly it. It's about pattern recognition and finding your zone. How quickly can you dial it up quickly? Can you dial it back down -solutely. Right? And joining us today will be tennis strategists and analysts cred Shannon Zee as well as sports psychologists and mental performance consultant. Leslie sherline. Melissa here from coach. Sarah stone who currently works with Serbia's number one, ranked female player Alexandra crunch, but joining us. I is Craig Shannon Zee. He's the number one tennis strategist analysts in the world. He's coached on tour for twenty years. He created brain gain tennis dot com. And he's the lead tennis analyst for the New York Times. Craig, welcome to the show welcome. I just arrived your. It's great to be here looking forward to. An amazing US open. Oh, that's right. That's why you're here. I the way love the open. Can you please get me some tickets? Get me. I'm joking. I'm joking, maximum, Tony, courage, right, Craig. I'm really not joking, but I am joking. You know what I'm saying? It's kind of like what you ask a girl if you want her to sleep with you and you're like, I mean, I'm joking. I mean, unless you're into that so anyway. So much of your personal life comes out this show? No. Hey, man. Let me just say this is such a pleasure to watch you when you're doing the analyst for the open or for Wimbledon or for the French or doesn't make a difference. You're so enthusiastic. Can you give us a back story about how you came to be Craig oshaf aniseed the greatest tennis analysts in the world you work in tickets, yum, working those tickets. Jolly. I think I think it goes back to when I was a kid. I grew up in Austria, strike a rural country plays, but as a hotbed of ten is is two hundred bras, cords within one hundred kilometers or sixty miles Tennessee. Every way to the club had twenty five brass call. It's the club I the road, you know, just a couple of miles down thirty grass courts and over kid was was play. I get on my bike to school, go harm and go to the courts and play until doc, and I should have. I really wish I should have taken some tennis lessons to refined might take nape, but it just wasn't something the kids hit back. Then we just quiet. So I play. I was very heavy on playing sense. Therefore the strategy of the game. What matters to when he was, you know these days while most kids may play, you know, fifty sixty matches year eighty matches. Whatever, you know we're playing three or four hundred plus all the practice sent. So I was just so heavy on the strategy side of it, and I greatly enjoyed that. You know, I never really wanted to practice when Brock up to two courts and you know it's like bly warm up. Let's just go in and start point. So young age, I love to compete an office strategy in sport. So with the strategy now you've got that big ally could big data when Wendy big day to start to really get a hold on the sport of tennis for you. Okay. So between from nineteen Ninety-one backwards, right? No, Datta was ever Clinton antenna. So the first year was nineteen Ninety-one. So you want to look back at the nineteen Eighty-one bald McElroy fato..
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Terry. Yeah, what Terry good is she took the boom and chased them out and these guys, these guys got it into the neighboring neighborhoods. Are you telling me that these children that have to be home for dinner, have parents that are probably sick with worry a scattered out there in San Diego somewhere while they're out here in the neighborhood around my office. I mean the parents are here and they're going up and down the streets with bowl, haunts just state like I just heard Roscoe tannin right? Roscoe. Tannen Roscoe. Tanner issue. Daddy. You mommy Roscoe tannin that's the name. Yeah, fill home. I God. He wants to quibble about the kid's name. How about that? No, I just never mind. Okay. There was another name. We heard. Millie, Bobby Joseph. Yeah, Bobby, Joseph, Bobby Joseph. This is the Shanti eggo please your mother and father here. Where are you wear out? You. Funding these children, this, are they coming out from hiding a couple of them. You'll see a manhole cover, lift up to one or two will come out, then they'll go down the street, and then you'll see a kid leaving alley and run crushes trying to stay away from them. What is going on with these kids? That's very serious. I don't know. I think it's a game of some kind that show. Here's Terry. Again, we think is probably in game. But we think it's a Git. While just while so Dr. Salim's gonna talk about healthy summertime, living. Feeling that no move in no mood as the way I feel right now is I have such a bad feeling about the human race. I hope everyone just, hey, look, I don't blame you have to go through what you went through. I hope the whole human race. I'm gonna go. All right, Terry, I appreciate you helping us. You're welcome. I mean. What was that about? You know what? If he's gagged a call him back. Yeah, Terry. Try to pull anyway. Hello. Sorry, run number. Yeah. Okay. Popeye's. Do you have a big bucket shit give you that is Teri flop by Popeye. Sorry, call him back. Yeah, Terry on. Sorry, mom, what are you doing man? What did you call? They called us. All right. Find out what the callback number is. It's not blocked blocked. I'm gonna kill you. Man. Phil doing trick your ass van for shit like that talking to him or not. I didn't know anything about it. We didn't know that we're talking to what was the number that you called right year. Popeye's. Fried chicken? Yeah. I don't know. Phil. What is this pup is general Shaw what's look like. We ask you a question we've is just on the Phil Hendrie show because we heard it was really funny. Who made? Oh, no, that's another general. Galen Shaw, Lynne. Hello? Hello? What were you trying to do? Trying to figure out if somebody pump is fried chicken was pulling some kind of a game trying to run some game on you. You know what I think. I think that Dr savage run in the game. I think he's in there. He's doing his thing and whoever that Terry was probably. Oh, man. Well, it could be a woman doing a man's impression. I gotta Margaret. That's really way out there, man real way out there giving the phone. Hi, this is great. Hello, she hung up. Was it a sheet? Yeah. I think that is tearing. All right. Dr Sadler if you're listening will never have you on my show again fell. You know, I'll never have you on my show again, Dr Sadler until you come on here and you explain what it was you were trying to do. Okay. Thank you. And what if it doesn't care? Well, if he doesn't. You know what I'm gonna kick your. What if he doesn't care if he doesn't care that he doesn't care. All right. Fight here this foot. Very famous fill injury show from the Pacific in southern. California has been executive produced by Phil Hendrie for incorporated all rights reserved. I'm general given Shaw. Come at me. Hi, Phil, we're not on the air anymore. It's very. So what were you doing. Are you actually Dr? Sadler's nurse, I work at pine and where's Dr? Sandler getting. He was here getting hit there. Okay. Can I not on the air? What were you doing then tickets, but what the fuck is win a poem in a couple of jokes. Got you. Had the kids in your office Gilo skies. Florida. Grace. Chested..
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"roscoe tanner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I remember as a child dave you're in your forties when this happened back back in the the battle of the sexes it was a different game tennis there wasn't any day they're big gun you know one hundred fifty mile an hour servers back no that while the equipment much like golf the equipment was different i mean would rackets then they came in with the the steel head came out with the metal rackets like in the sixties right up until the well later graphite but now they're made of mars rocks but you but you also didn't have guys like nidal who were hitting the weights all the time and and you know guys were i think i'll shiloh buff needs to do is be able to swear scream yell at people federal that's what they're showing all the clips you said just getting angry i suppose you could shoot it that way and you just cut those in the rest of it's just the act all you need look like him he does i was roscoe tanner the first big surf guy i don't know the i'm not sure who the first big serve guy was dan where the guy a couple of weeks ago a big shot in in show business is a good tennis player playing college and he played against roscoe tanner and see said all he saw was green whizzing by his head yeah you'd have to start swinging like when he does his his warmup talk right when you play fell off was right past so we should have a tournament where the three of you play in a round robin style devil elimnation no not so much.
"roscoe tanner" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Of the open i was awesome i don't know you can't even see the ball sometimes it's gone so fast i don't know how they seeing it in person i'm positive i could not return serve not even want yawkey on f i went against if i wanting its roger federer would i win work would i win one volley no not even close so he would beat me six not not only 606 oh we know that but it would never even be forty to fifteen i feel like you can go against john mcenroe right now and you're not gonna win a folly i disagree with set it up you know why here's here's my strategy if that's the bet here's my strategy okay when it's my serve i serve it that i run to the net and one time i'm going to be able to go to fall in yakonet and win the point you really think he'll seem what's the word nimble is that fair uh i think a more nimble than you think that you could be less nimble than i think because you're big do you could crush all forms of each other's do yeah i don't know that same nimble but my point is that would be i try to cut off the angle and that would be my best bet to get a point now he knows that who were the guys that were like serve and volley guys was jim jim courrier maybe roscoe tanner back in the day yoga fat haner seat ross roscoe see this has been my generation my family's the door for years the north draft is next buddhist fruits you take number one overall.