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"sonia cannon" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

No Challenges Remaining

12:48 min | 5 months ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

"Welcome to no challenges remaining live from the end of the Australian. Open twenty twenty. I am Ben. Rothenberg joined by my dear friend. Courtney win how you doing courtney and another slam. How you holding up? I'm awesome like three quarters of bottles. Tonight is great. I guess that's right right. Yeah I don't always because sometimes. The women's finals on Women's doubles on the last day some plans. Yeah so no but today because Sophea Kenan Australian Open champion was so kind as to do her champions Corner interview the night after she won as opposed to pushing it off to the next day I had the whole day. So I've been in my jammies jams. I'm chilling out. It's been great tweeden. Lots of Oscar. Which I thought worked really well because you had a bigger selection. That would've thought you might know movies. I was like I had no idea. There was something nineteen seventeen gifts. I didn't know either but the one movie that was a little bit difficult for Ford versus. Ferrari there were not many gifts on that so I felt a little bad. I had one but it wasn't even from the movie. You know what honestly it's not GonNa Win Anyway. So let's let's move on. Wow Wow saying not even any faith in a Matt Damon Christian Bale Save Our auto or vehicle. Let's go back to the real sports vehicle. Which is the car known as the Sofia Cannon? That doesn't make any sense. But I've spent a lot of this term so you understand where that comes from Sofia Sofia the nickname so works. Okay let me read this real quick. I saw multiple references during this tournament. Trying to make puns of Sofia Cannon and the movie or Book Sophie's Choice. Which what like no. Don't do that first of all. It's not even her name. Sophie and Sophie are different names. Second we don't make Sophie's choice jokes about much anything can can you explain why because it's a heroin? Holocaust story and of Ed have we choose cannot choose that choose Soviet cannon. Which used to just start with her. This is the story. I remember from this. If you can in case you missed it. In Courtney's brief allusion to it and also just in life is a Grand Slam Champion now Sofia Kenan Aka Sonia Cannon Nickname Common Russian nickname for Sofia won this tournament. Kind of stealthily. I don't think she was someone. We talked to that much when we did like are midway show true but she comes through only had to play one seed in the tournament which is remarkable. That one was number one ash party. the unseeded player that she played in the final was number thirty. Thirty two right and is a two-time Slam Chad number. One so those are asked risk of Boll and honestly cocoa golf who she played against in the fourth round as proven to be a very tough out at slams cocoa golf has now played three slams loss to eventual champion. Hallett at Wimbledon number one seed and defending Champ Osaka US Open and eventual Champ Kenan and Australian Open. So that's pretty good. Pretty good puff out tough out 'cause involved and before that junk's y yeah who obviously former quarterfinalist here and Tough out and watch the entirety of that match can in Jong and it was tough high. That could have gone the other way very easily. But this is one of these sort of like a lot of ways. Quintessential modern era women's tennis results of player. Likes if you can't who's in the ensemble leading the conversation putting together the matches getting rising to the occasion. I think and winning big tournament was trying to do the math or do the counting coming into this tournament. I think Generously Sophia. Cannon was probably the seventh most talked about American player behind both Williams's behind Cocoa Goff behind keys Stevens and eats them over. Okay separate seven probably true and if you want to argue. Bethany is ahead of personally. Maybe you could probably not Yeah and Collins or risk on a lot of people were like I mean e or Jan Brady. I mean those are two players that I thought for Sweet. I was like. Oh where are alley? Risk and Jen Brady GonNa Land Brady obviously pulled out how it was a good man which is a great match. And but yeah. But it's you know. I mean with with Sonia as she reminded us in her a delightful press conference. You know twenty nine hundred w tape most improved that F. Why wouldn't run into my story? I'd forgotten that thank you. I mean I highly recommend everybody like pull up the Youtube. A press conference for Sonia from her. It's great it's just. It's just delightful and I think that it. It does kind of give you some sense of personality across the board but Yeah No. Nobody was talking about her when there was every reason to be talking about her. Honestly I mean anybody who's paid attention to her last year and I've been pretty much like keying in on Sonia since the Fed Cup final USA versus check in Prague. Twenty eighteen hours there. No none of the Americans played like no Sereno. Venus no You know Mattie no Sloan Mandawa November way and so there was Tony getting getting the call to play Fed Cup final on on away soil in one of the most lake not antagonistic. Because they're not antagonistic at all but they're just very partisan yeah the crowd at the and she handled it incredibly. Well she too tough three-set loss issues absolutely gutted in absolute tears Kathy Rinaldi. You had to like really really comforter. And but ever since I was I was so impressed by what she displayed there because it was the first time that I've probably seen from Sonia where like she that feistiness wasn't a detriment wasn't it didn't hinder her and help her. And I was like okay like if you can play like that. Like Fair enough in terms of comportment. Sometimes she's not vocal the same way a lot but she. I think you might have competitor like American Putin. Save almost Is Not no because because to me the thing about Sonia like one of the things that I can say it's different but yeah yeah it's different but like like she doesn't fist pump in your face. She's not sure shouting at you. She's just for that ball of energy a ball of energy for sure but she doesn't do this stuff that like Putin does or even call ins where it's like you know in your face. It's just her like she's she makes her own energy. She's the source of zero point energy. So yeah so so. That was when I first start paying attention. And obviously she had an amazing twenty nineteen and three titles and beats reigned at Roland Garros and be consecutive number ones in Toronto and Cincinnati. And stuff like that and had an amazing season. But that being said I came into Melbourne. Not Not putting on a short list. I mean she she lost. I'd watch him as she played against. Asaka in you know obviously wasn't anybody shortlist. It's not just us and I mean. She asaka solid enough massive losses in quarterfinals of Brisbane to Asaka three cents three cents was the top twenty player coming in. Yeah but just hadn't had a deep run at a slam before and I think this slasher kind of the thing we think about it and it's an interesting question you know. I think also like what a win something that Ha- what something like Sonia Cannon winning a Grand Slam how that feels like applicable to Madison keys to a fiddle. Lena players who have done all the right things have checked a lot more boxes and even like different tore like dominic team. Who's like doing everything he can write and like it's really both. It's really solid resume. If like gradually building work getting better and more and more impressive where someone like Sonia can come out and skip a Lotta rungs on the ladder. All at once win three international titles titles were small three titles but small was Hobart Guangzhou in my Orca. And then. Yeah and then Willis Lamb and be suddenly top ten something top American and. She was a very very steady player. She did a lot of stuff at terminal outside of those titles. Like you said back-back Semis in Canada in Cincinnati last summer. Same thing that led up a Sloan's get lamb twenty. Seventeen as she did it more mmediately. We have a canon just like. She's put in a lot worse than in Canada Selfie. And you know. And it's clear talking to her but she doesn't want to be selfish she wants to be oppressed. The spicy wants to appreciate and she somebody who doesn't seem at all to be running or at least at this point doesn't have any pressure on her in her career at least externally really at all that could be new to her when that comes being in. Scotland seeing how she just to that. I think she'll be fine with it though. I think she'll be fine and and I agree with you insofar as you know. She hasn't had the the External Media Federation pressure. Getting called in for post loss. Press she and I think that one of the moments did there were two moments that really distilled cannons Melbourne runs. Me One was when she walked into the press room for the fight for her last final press conference and she literally stopped in her trout. Jaw dropped that. The pressroom was standing room. Only jam packed full. She kinda didn't know what to do. She looked so much more comfortable. You know returning garbage serves then she? In that moment she was like holy crap like you know And then on top of that like later and it was almost like I made it kind of moment like it wasn't like a scared thing. She was like Whoa. This is big. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And then later we have little little round tables in the wires Internet. Roundtable with her yeah. I asked her because she had obviously had to do her her photo shoot today. Her champions photo shoot and I was excited. You have dress this up. Like twelve thirty in the morning after she had one and she's like please don't use this but no and we all started laughing and she was laughing. She's like I do this just the way she's like in that way. I bet you didn't think either but obviously the hope and the work was there but getting back to the point about about not having the external pressure makes me think a lot of kind of Bianca. It makes me think of of Naomi's well yes there there may not be quote Unquote Federation pressure outside pressure. Whatever you know. I'm not that that Naomi went under the radar. Obviously she was around but she but at the time before she won the US Open. There wasn't that that their focus on her. Yeah but there is this very very real and I say this myself very very real immigrant pressure of seeing your parents sacrifice everything for your dream and Naomi is actually probably the most open about this feeling like I had to win because I need to make money like not in a negative way but just like my I mean. I didn't want my mom to work anymore. Like I didn't want my family to sacrifice I wanted them to be paid back and comfortable for the rest of their lives for the sacrifices that they made. That's a very very I mean. Maybe with Naomi when I talk about it with myself like it's a very Asian American thing but I don't think that that's particularly Asian American. I think it applies across so think was Sonja like I haven't had time to to really jump into it lake in terms of this level of depth and and I look forward to over the next few months to really sit down with her independently and just be like Yo. Let's let's forget all about results but let's just talk about this journey for real I can't think that for Sonia. She would have thought that there was no pressure to succeed because there was she uses that American dream as a lot she. She uses the phrase American dream a lot. And that's how her father came to the US back and forth for a while like confused. Because I it the other way I moved to the US. I came to the US for work for normal economic immigration purposes. I believe in Soviet Union in nineteen eighty seven so a full eleven years before she was born and then the family moved back to Russia for a while to the around extended family and stuff when they were when she was born tavist support. It's not an uncommon thing to do to have support from your family. You know grandparents off that when you're having a baby and you might be living relatively alone without much of a community certainly network around you in the states and then she moved back to the US at a young age or move to the US. Young Age I think she said she only has US citizenship right now. We're sort of a a real part of the Florida. Youth tenets furniture. Like she's she was everywhere. I mean she was unavoidable. She's in this video of Kim Clijsters. Wta found which was great touring. Touring the Miami Open. She's also in one. Jensen was in Charleston. Think so yeah well. She's there and she is talk about how she can return. Andy Roddick Sir and I love when things really telling 'cause like she's not daunted by all she's like I would have a strategy. I would do my split step out..

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"sonia cannon" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

11:45 min | 7 months ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"I I'm going to say and this might be recency effect too but Taylor Townsend with someone who I feel like I wanted to you star a little bit I thought that her little mini breakthrough at the US Open was Worth a mention again this is like can we look at her entire year and say she deserves a breakthrough comeback award for the for the entire nineteen. I'm not sure but I think that giving her past and The fact that she had to qualify for the US Open and just kind of the whole Emotions surrounding everything in all all those matches felt like she deserved a little. Bit of a mention here Totally with you Taylor. Towns in one of those players that makes it very hard to be neutral if you don't root for her for all sorts it's of reasons Some of them her backstory. Some of them simply or style. Some of them her social media game She's different she's fine with her mine was which is sort of the more conventional improve alley risk closing in on H.? Thirty career high in the rankings takes down Ash Bharti who was the top seed Z.. To Wimbledon into the top twenty alley risk is. I think that's a more conventional most improve. Someone has always been a nice player. She's excelled grass good athlete and really put it together this year and Ended up And she doesn't necessarily defend a ton. I mean alley risk. It's not out of the question could be a top ten player by By Indian Wells Miami and got married as well Sonia cannons a player. Who's now in the top fifteen again? I don't know if that's a breakthrough. I don't know if that's improvement. So much of us. Just sort sort of a steady. Climb up the charts. It's not as she had a great setback or this bit of adversity that she had to overcome but So you can is. Is there as well What what about See this very male heavy this next category comeback player of the year. Who Do you have This was hard for me to I. I wrote down two names that I'm I'm not sure necessarily characterize but I wrote down Stan. Wawrinka and I wrote down blended beverage. Puckett ahead to Union Swiss bias neo. Oh again Bench was my women's choices. Well I I think that's fair. I think that's A good say I think we missed her on tour and she really did come back and you know had that injury and she came back really strong this year twenty two years old in already a comeback with her I went with Joe Sanga who I think very very quietly put together an awfully nice year in his mid thirties husband father and Won Three titles nice to see him still playing playing at a high level again. One of the good guys Dan Evans do. Do you Here here's a philosophical point to consider. Can you be comeback player of the year when the adversity was your own doing which was the case with Dan Evans but still back in the top fifty has proven? Yeah exactly We just need some some time in sympathy Nice here for the NFL. Andrei Rubel was a player who who is really struggling with some back injuries. And he later put in a No. No Ruben disagree. Feet had some sort of emotional fraying as well and came back turning a very solid year. I also Off The off the menu I would go with With doubles comeback year for doubles The Bryan and brothers Have announced this will be their last year. Brothers Did Not win a major this year. The we'll talk about dominant team in a second but Nice year for doubles. We saw a lot of players. There's in Indian Wells is always the obvious the first place we go for this for a tournament where the top singles players play alongside a partner but there were a lot of fun doubles matches. A lot of singles players players playing doubles players. Like sips who it wasn't going to be weakened weak out but you know eight ten twelve times a year he would play alongside a partner. Everyone wins when that happens. I thought doubles got a little bit of The short shrift certainly from publicity standpoint at London We didn't hear much about those results. But I think double header very next year on the side and the women's side wing side as well I agree I mean you look at Ash. Bharti talk about her as your MVP. And that's doubles as probably another reason. And why she deserves that and she's teaming up with as their Inca and the fact that she can finish the year number one and and still be pretty active in doubles as oppressive All the more reason to like Ashburton not often. You see a A women's doubles team not name Williams were both players. have won singles singles majors as is the case with with Baras Ranka. What about Did you have a favorite match this year I think. How could you not Wimbledon Final Federal Jovovich. Yeah no I think you're right and I think the hardcore tennis fans can can pick some amazing mattress Tuesday in Houston. I think you've got I. I think when we talk about the great matches I think you're right. You need a momentous occasion. I mean there's just a lot of weird things about that match that sort of make it memorable I mean if we're we're saying I think absolutely right here I mean. It was just a scratching clawing kind of match Weird Weird Rhythms Tiebreaker. Hi Breaker I mean. It was just crazy the I mean we also we will stress again that the two major swing that rested on the result. Right I I mean That one served at fetter hits clips a tape Djokovic had guessed wrong if that serve finds it spot and doesn't hit the net. We're talking about a not not just federal wins Wimbledon and It's a completely different narrative and it's a different narrative for joke of it to season. I mean think about what that win meant for Djokovic this year if Jovic does not win that Wimbledon final how does he reflect on his twenty nineteen while he won Australia and then after that it was a lot of disappointments strange off-court stuff the tour hijinks Jinx That women really in some ways in a strange thing to say about a guy with sixteen majors at salvaged his season. Now I mean looking back. No I think you're right. I in thirty years. We you know do some long documentary about the big three matches this matches in there it. It has to be you know and and all these all these matches are two major swing so I if Nidal closes out that break the twenty seventeen Australian Open final against fetter he could be in the lead for all majors right now. If JOVIC was making his overheads that day at the French Open five years ago he could have had they could have been eighteen seventeen. It's just crazy to go back and play these sort of sliding door scenarios and I think on the flip side talk about the impact on Jovovich. I'm not sure are we have actually truly seen impact at that match has had on fetter I think that will come to fruition in two thousand twenty I think will really we see. I mean we heard him say that that really affected him in that he you know Kinda had to step away and and he continued to think about it which is not something. We typically here I'm from from federal. You know he's pretty you know. Close the door on the locker room and and had dinner with the family so the fact that he was opening opening up about that being really impactful on him Think we're still going to see how how that final shakes out for him When he beat Djokovic last week we can London and played? That's as well as I've seen him play in in recent memory. You SORTA this. This was the SIM Demi lost a yeah. I know it's also again. Say it again. Best of three versus testifies I don't I don't for some reason I think it was important to show. He could still beat this guy. Yeah I agree I mean you WanNa talk about match the year as of late I mean the fact that dominant team Jovic in the ATP finals hard on Hardcourts that match was pretty damn. I'm good too but again I'm not sure how much we can put on these year. End Finals we. We talked about it with with mark knows the the fact that there are just so many things weighing on the the players and the air. I just I'm not sure that it really Means a whole lot in the greater scheme of things especially with certain player. I mean they have to be thinking the same. No those those three guys are playing for majors right now You mentioned Dominic Team I would dominate team beating Djokovic in a very very strange two day match at the French Open Jovic May Or may not have just gotten his car left and didn't dare the tournament to do anything about it I also I mean. I think you're right. I had the same match of the year as you did. Mostly because of the history at stake the women and final but but I also thought that the doll medved of US Open final was just thoroughly enjoyable. Joyal as a sporting event. And it's it's nice when these events and without an absolutely disconsolate loser Medvedev was a good sport about it it was a great day for him. he really pressed the guy with Nineteen slams on the other side of the net It was sort of one of the sporting events wearing a in a way. Everybody goes home. Happy did you have a women's match I. It was a little harder for me. I think the Osaka The Australian Open was was pretty pretty pretty damn good Doubles team in the air. Let's give double some love let's let's stress again. Bob and Mike Bryan announced On Tennis Channel that twenty twenty would be their final year her. I think they turn their forty one forty one she looked at. I think I turned forty. Two in two thousand twenty. That's amazing are you. What's your prediction for them? For Twenty twenty I think I I mean double doubles can be such a crapshoot in a Lotta ways within the match itself but also healthy who's partnering with Whom Forty Two big number And their our spouses and kids and life changes to go with it. But I think the fact that they've really committed to making this final year and I think they WANNA walk off into the sunset They've retired from Davis EVA'S COP I don't necessarily think that Mike Particular GonNA commit. The thinking of one. Point was at Mike Mike Mike Mike Day with another partner. It doesn't seem like that's the case. I think they can be competitive and so much can happen. In doubles in their track record speaks for itself. I wouldn't surprise picked off another major But who who's your team for what I twenty I gotTa follow the rankings on this for twenty nineteen the Colombians Command Faira via USC. I got to I think I got to go straight with the rankings. This time to St Grand Slam titles I had exactly I thought I thought what we could give a shout out to Jamie Murray and Bethany Mannix. We mixed doubles gets Not as much love great. We don't talk about having a comeback mixed doubles needs a comeback I thought You know at the open again. Maybe some recency effect here but Nice SOC- back on the court And Yeah little. Shot up good good. Shut out as long as we're talking. Murray's and shout outs. Should we have considered Andy for for a comeback player of the year. He's a good point That's such a strange story of. It's all within a year. I'm thinking he's our twenty twenty front runner for Comeback Player for the year. Maybe maybe he fits into two story of the year which is a very open category but I mean we can. Let's jump. They're all right here. Essentially essentially retired. And then we all saw the we all saw the compendium video. I mean that was a weird thing I mean you wrote it. We saw the videos. We saw the highlight reels. We heard everything and all of a sudden I think that just took on a momentum of its own and I think he was very distressed quite quite quick reasonably quite rightly Andy Murray when he was there in Melbourne and his body just wasn't cooperating in he'd had it he's got a wife and kids at home and said you know enough is enough..

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"sonia cannon" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

TennisPAL Chronicles

15:13 min | 11 months ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

"Wow that would be. That would be a great match. I think she's up to number fifteen in the world now bianca. Yeah that's great. That's great right below them in the The next section of that quarter is Sloan Stevens former chapel. Yeah who also plays a qualifier but could possibly play in the second round. Who's obviously playing really? Well inform right now. She just got to the final last week and Muga Larussa Alison. Riske who you know. Cast a Pinko All these people it Mertens Vidarbha Petkevich is. I don't know I think she's probably I feel like she's probably an easy target and not going to do anything worthwhile but fill like if she was healthy she sometimes she can have a game of making things dangerous but I I might just be wishful thinking. I think so. Yeah I think she hasn't Kind of brought a challenge to the top twenty for a while. Yeah it's hard for me to deal with that because I had high hopes for her but I think you are right and she show probably not pose much of a threat however that would would bring bring up some cool X. possible third round match move Roseanne Stevens. Wow yeah that's going to be a good one fourth round like Stevens Muga. One of them. And maybe I feel like Muga is like the Stan Wawrinka of the W ta she really you hit it right on the head. Oh my God that's so I mean she really rises to the occasion at slams. She somehow find form and Ken. Just you know. Really buckle down and hit it out of the park. I don't know what that difference is in her mind or in her cap. What happens but Yeah I'd like to see so dangerous when she's on. Yeah just like Stan like. She's got power game. Yeah she can really take the racket away from her opponent when she is playing well. So that's sort of the top half of the draw right what we can have a potential hole up. Osaka if seating were to play In factor it would be a hell up Asaka semi-final pause I mean. I'm sure there's plenty of other people would have something to say about that. However when we're looking at draws just standard procedure that you kind of foreshadow that the top seeds will get through right yeah so what about the bottom? Half of the draw. Back to where Serena and Sharipova Venus's actually in the bottom half and she drew sighs Zang in the first round talk about bad luck. Yeah the tricky player and she's been playing pretty good for this. Us Open series. Yes she will feel like one San Jose right yes I think. She played another tournament where she played really good. Been seeing her name a lot in tennis. News so Recently I just feel like. That's that's a pretty tough dry. Think for Venus in the first round and she's she's still incredible at her age playing so well and with The disability that she carries you just feel like how does she do. What she does is just incredible. It's probably here plant based Diet. Just I had to get that plug in there for fun Another cool first round matchup that stood out to me right there in the same quarter of the draw as Venus is Sophia or Sonia Cannon and Coco. Vandeweghe a Nice all-american matchup. And I feel like I don't know that Coco's been doing anything recently but when she's on she's such a fun player to watch and I really am a fan of hers and it's kind of like new school and old school head to head so I am looking forward to that. First round the person that's going to be good power versus power. Yeah and I gotTa feel like cannons going to get. She is so inform right now. She just broke into the top twenty. I mean she's really challenging major players. Sa- taken him down to so we'll have to see. I don't think Coco's inform right now I would agree Cocoa has been Kinda game. She's not informed but because of her power tennis she's one of those people The to me. It's kind of like if she's on that day. Though it's it's Kinda it's Kinda hard to stop her just because she hits so hard but nine You know the majority of the time. Her game is not going to be on. So I feel like Kenan is way more solid and consistent and also hits really hard so I I feel like she's the clear favourite but it still looks to me like a fun match to watch and when they when they are USA versus USA. It's so cool to see the how the crowd plays a role. Yes you know. I think they'll get really into that one. I think the crowd is GonNa love cannon. I think they have a love. Hate relationship for Coco. What's the love hate relationship? I think my forget. I must be forgetting Some drops are we talking about Coco Vandeweghe. Yeah I just think Coco. Vandeweghe has a very brash and harsh personality She comes across as someone who is like overly confidence and braggadocious and you know Kind of defies stereotypes which that must be why I love her so yes I think. It is not really confident. Borderline cocky people. I guess I guess that's why we like each other so much. I love it so In that quarter who the other American a lot Americans their In that quarter Our our girl Madison Keys Who's been playing really really well lately. You'd have to assume gosh man. How cool would that be in the fourth round match? If Kenan and keys played to get to the quarters that would be a really fun matchup. Yeah I mean as Cincinnati champion. She's walking into this feeling super confident. Madison keys is Top Ten player. She's ranked number ten now. And just wow. I feel like she has a chance. She's going to be thinking about when she lost to Sloan Stevens and this could be her chance again so I think she is playing better. sh- playing smarter She's not chess Killing the ball as you know she can but she's really getting everything back. I I feel like fitness has improved as well yeah. She was running down a tunnel balls in that tournament. And I think that like this is a pretty favorable draw for her to only have Spirulina as the highest seed in her quarter I feel like if I were heard that that wouldn't be as alarming as a some of the other people that could be in that like a like a Condo or a party or a Williams or something you know I feel like steadily is a good draw for her. Yeah that's going to be great because she really can overpower her And if her defenses up because Madison was hitting feather shots dropshots She was getting to drop shots. I mean she really was impressive in Cincinnati. Yeah I'm excited. I would love to see that happen me too. I feel like the American women have a real chance to make some fun headlines this tournament. Yeah it's not just Serena Williams anymore Venus. Yes I feel like for a while. We've I mean Kind of had some like even the year I went. It was Melania Dan and then There's just been some other random like American women who've just made some deep runs there and it's it's always. It's always fun to see and with Sloan and Madison making the final Was Two years ago. That's just so cool. Love seeing the American women and now that we have like Kenan there and a couple couple others but actually This just crossed my mind Who were missing who I was so excited to see and I can't I feel it's so sad Anisimov AP- pulling out because her dad unexpectedly died. That's just like so heartbreaking. Yeah I mean definitely our hearts go out to the Anisimov a family and Amanda. Of course not only losing her father but her coach. I mean her coach. Yes Yeah Constantine Anisimov Anisimov. She's so young she's what is she seventeen. I think she's eighteen. Now let me check okay but to be that age and Lose Your Dad Your Mentor. Your coach like everything. I just feel like everything was going so well for her and her game was just so fun to watch and and I just I just really hope. This doesn't really really dampen her for too long but I would not be surprised if there's like a year or two. Just total lull and if she can ever fully recover and get the top where like we the potential that everyone saw on her sure. Yeah it's I just looked at her age. He's seventeen now but she's GonNa turn eighteen on August thirty first so it's actually during the Uso Pinch. You'll turn eighteen now while I'm definitely going to miss her and I just really I mean obviously as people we we feel really horrible anytime something like that happens but as a tennis fan you know For Our passion for tennis. It's it's just really sad because you know the the potential that our favorite word was there and the hope you know She had so much in hope to offer us and it's still there. Her talent is not going to go away. It's just that like this is This is not a light thing right at all and for a young girl like that I just hopefully. She has really strong family unit around her. I hope so it. It reminds me of kind of epic matches in the past that a federal when he lost his coach. Peter Carter And the tears and and how it really changed his view on life I also think of Pete Sampras who was the rock the STOIC and yet He played a whole match against Jim. Courier crying through through the whole match and It was just so much. Emotion was just a heart heartbreaking. When his coach Tim Gullikson had passed away? Yes well thank you for bringing up those two points because I now I feel like I could be a little bit more hopeful again. You know did go to the greatest champions ever who had these types of losses and really propelled them so we can only hope and pray for the same for Anisimov that Godspeed she recovers and Of course has to go through the process like all humans do when they experience a loss like this so yeah our prayers go out to her so now have to end on an up note because that was pretty pretty down. Yeah so I mean moving along in the draw Next quarter down. I feel like Konta has been having some really good results. It's her and Vondra Sova. Who's Osman pro playing pretty well this year? Plus Cova your your girl this Who's also been playing well like I love seeing Caroline Garcia's name as a seed all Bolted out on this draw because The Garcia in me just won't always wants her to do a for our name for our namesake So hopefully she can make a little run here. Sam Stonier who is a wildcard Is also in this quarter of the draw former champion and one of my favorite players ever so I hope she Maybe you probably know a little bit more. Why is she wildcard? What's going on with her? She doesn't have enough ranking points to get in I don't know let me just check. Stow Sir I mean. She has not been playing well for a very long time. As far as winds are concerned she obviously. He's a great player. Sorry for your favorite player. Well you know she. She had a good career. I'm okay with that. There's so many new players to be really super excited about so it's okay Not that speaking of not that age is but I mean she is thirty five years old now she is getting up in age and I feel like I feel like Roger has made. It seem like nothing but I don't think it's the norm for players over thirty five to be kind of in contention bright especially on the women's side They at least have the advantage of not having to play five sets so it takes a little bit less out of them but I mean this whole over thirty thing is pretty new and I think a lot of people who kind of came up earlier than that like Sammy. Sosa probably didn't have the training. They fitness in the mentality even though she was. She is a incredible specimen physically. She's ranked number ninety four right now as of May but I think she dropped even as of May yes. There's a lot of tournaments from May now right. She probably lost him points. Unfortunately well you're right. She has my favorite physical specimen on the tour. Besides Serena Speaking of Serena that's the bottom half of this quarter of the Straw The bottom it's the bottom quarter of the bottom. Half of the draw We have Serena in there. Obviously if she gets past Sharapova their Seva stover maybe Eugenie Bouchard. You know whoever gets through that one.

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"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The first thing oh look like we had a chance to get to him and then he kind of settled in i don't think we had it for about twelve after 12 or 13 hitters after jacoby got it we were a long time before we get another hit rubs angst back with a five and a half game lead over the yankees now erin judge did abbott rbi double in the first any plaguing the yankees only run the mets gain in houston was postponed until saturday afternoon the jets of wide receiver germain in the fold now in exchange for defence of defensive and sheldon richardson and a big trade jets also receiving seattle's two thousand eighteen second round draft pick and the teams are swapping seventh round picks lay beyond bell says by holdout now with the pittsburgh steelers college football number eight washington beat up on rutgers thirty two fourteen while number nine wisconsin took care of utah state what are night at the us open maria sharapova advanced to the fourth round beating eighteen year old americans sonia cannon venus williams became an earlier that day she also won her against maria sakari of grace to advance to the fourth round williams little sister serena giving birth to a baby girl not long before venus stoke the court venus has been playing her best tennis when it counts and she didn't want to talk about her sister a little professional has been doing this for a long time so oh when you when the first ball stars is a ton of exciting that there so is the us open sam query advanced on the inside the john is there was knocked out dustin johnson has.

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"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sixpound thirteen ounce baby girl on friday in west palm beach florida i'm barton actor the yankees find themselves again five and a half games behind the red sox and the division after boston winds at four two one at the stadium a strange nine for right hander sunny gray he gave up three home runs and took the loss three of the five hits that he suffered just frustrating to in a to and in general and he says the team needs a couple of wins now against the red sox over the weekend aaron judge with an rbi double for the yankees the only run that came in the ina the mets game against the houston astros in houston was postponed early you'd be gaza harvey and they'll play a saturday afternoon the jets of acquired wide receiver germain curse in exchange for defence of lyman sheldon richardson the jets also receive seattle's two thousand eighteen second round draft pick and the teams are swapping seventh round picks lay beyond bell said he'd returned of the steelers on september first and the franchise tagged running back did just that and he has sold out in pittsburgh college football number aimed to washington drilled rutgers thirty fourteen and number nine wisconsin crushed utah state a big day after us open especially on the women's side the night match maria sharapova advanced to the fourth round reading eighteenyearold american sonia cannon in straightsets but the first set one seven five earlier in the day was venus lions becoming an aunt and then she left arthur ashe stadium a winner advancing to the fourth round after taking down maria sakari in straightsets williams's little sister serena giving birth to a baby girl motlala before venus took the court she wasn't distracted by what's been going on with her sister i love your professional has that been doing this for a long time on to the fourth round for venus williams same query advance john is there was knocked out dustin johnson as a oneshot lead after the first round of the delta acknowledges championship that's a bloomberg sports update i'm john doyle is.

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"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The yankees at the stadium losing to the red sox fourtoone dunk pfister pitched a gem four boston gets the went on the mound on the red sox now back to a five and a half game lead over the yankees sunny gray took the loss he gave up three home runs and for manager joe girardi strange tonight first starting right hander i mean it's it's one of those kind of scratch scratcher head when you look at the lying score in all seven innings nice strikeouts want to walk five hits promised three of the hits for home runs and that's what killed aaron judges rbi double providing the only offense for the bronx bombers they'd while the mets game was postponed earlier on the day in houston because of harvey the job acquired wide receiver germain curse in exchange for defensive lineman sheldon richardson jets also receiving seattle's two thousand eighteen second round draft pick and the teams are swapping seventh round picks the career of quarterback brock osweiler took a turn for the worse as he was cut by the browns lay beyond del returned to the pittsburgh steelers like you prommas adding is holed out in pittsburgh college football number eight washington beat rutgers thirty fourteen number nine wisconsin crushed a utah state aid while at the us open maria sharapova in the night match advancing to the fourth round reading eighteen year old america sonia cannon in straightsets but the first set was just seven five venus williams also advanced to the fourth round all in the same moments a straightset win over maria sakaria of greece to advance and then the williams's little sister serena gave birth to a baby girl not long before venus took the court venus says played terrific tennis when it counts this year when i have played is typically vincent qualities tennis so that's exactly what i want obviously to to play my best tennis at the big four john is there on the man side was knocked out dustin johnson as a oneshot lead after the first round of the dell acknowledges championship that's the bloomberg sports update i'm doug doyle i'm barry ritholtz you're listening.

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Wall Street Business Network AM 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sonia cannon" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"The loss of homes cars and personal property partner hotels night for the yankees at the stadium losing to the red sox four two one dunk first or pitched to jam four boston gets the went on the mom and the red sox now back to a five and a half game lead over the yankee sunny gray took the laws he gave up three home runs and for manager joe girardi strange denied first starting right hander i mean it's it's one of those he kinda scratch your head when you look at the lines or seven innings nine strikeouts wanna walk five hits for almost three of the hits for home runs and that's what killed him erin judges rbi double providing the only offense for the bronx bombers they will alba metz game was postponed earlier in the day in houston because of harvey the jobs of acquired wide receiver germain curse in exchange for defensive lineman sheldon richardson jets also receiving seattle's two thousand eighteen secondround draft pick and the teams are swabbing seventh round picks the career of quarterback brock osweiler tokyo turn for the worse as he was cut by the browns way beyond bell returned to the pittsburgh steelers like you promised adding is holed out in pittsburgh college football number eight washington beat raptors thirty fourteen number nine wisconsin crushed a utah state aid while at the us open maria sharapova in the night match advance to the fourth round beating 18yearold america sonia cannon in straightsets but the versa was just seven five venus williams also advanced to the fourth round all in the same moments a straightset win over maria sakari of greece to advance and then the williams's little sister serena gave birth to a baby girl not long before venus stoke the court says played terrific tennis what it galz this year when i have played is typically vincent qualities heinous of that's exactly what i want and obviously is here to play my best tennis at the big four john is there on the men's side was knocked out gusted johnson as a oneshot lead after the first round of the deltec dollars jeez championship that's the bloomberg sports update i'm doug doyle i'm barry ritholtz you're listening to masters in business on bloomberg radio.

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