18 Burst results for "Stan Wawrinka"

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

TennisPAL Chronicles

09:24 min | 9 months ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

"Working on so for you because every other stuff that's Not. A Lot of question mark The first question is when he's done a bit the after corner. Yeah. That's I think. Most of the people, his planet bone really know exactly the the the programming thing is is we come from every country in the world to play one tournament. Yeah. So how can we ended? That's Yes the can we even if we played without fans as liking grandson days what two thousand people walking for the tournament to make even yeah. So all those questions is. Quite complicates to Endel. It's right now especially that right now is the world. Where are in the big crisis or difficult to understand when it's GONNA open for US yeah. Well I. I think you're right. This kind of unpredictability is something that We are not used to also I think as tennis players always used to knowing. What the near future going to look like we make our schedule we may call plans almost one year ahead we know. What we're GONNA play where we're going to be. So this is is very interesting and at the same time also. Disturbing you know for all of us. And and I think. What you mentioned about tennis being Global Sport the disadvantage of tennis compared to maybe some other sports like I don't know deter played on the national level like NBA NFL in jail. In states is that. Is that we have to travel and change places. So frequently literally week up the week we have to be in a completely different country on the different continents. And that's that's A. I don't know how that's going to be like. In the future near future or whatever it is whether it's in in couple months that we can start travel again or not. What is going to be with vaccinations? Is it going to be an obligation is going to be a Vaccination nation for you to travel or not. I you know. It looks like I mean obviously, as you said, there's a lot of question, my ex and we also have to I think consider consider southbound. Some other maybe concept. Included in tennis. Something that these. Will I guess more played in certain continents or in certain areas like Europe or states I hope he doesn't come down to that because our sport is all about international opportunity and possibility for everyone to travel and play tournaments all around the world. But if if this corrode out virus situation escalates even more. Traded, we are going to away. Find some solutions because. A guy who are ranked because in two hundred, hundred sixty especially two to seven hundred or even even higher are thinking about leaving Dennis Right now. Because they. Barely make or leaving. So it's exactly that was my question yet about it's hard to you because we all tennis fans everybody's thoughts regimes. That's came out from from the talk. How do you think tennis can help those player who barely make relieving but they're like to be two, hundred, fifteen, the world's in a tent in Tennessee toward the amazing. Yes, and they barely can leave right now. So yes, let's he's. That's can have them to at least survive the coronavirus. Until we start to play again. Well let me answer that question from two perspectives I short term, and then long term. Short term. I spoke to to row John Roth a few days ago and we had the long visitation about. You know about future near future of Dennis what's going to happen how we can? Contribute and how we can help especially lower guys who are obviously struggling the most of anybody. Because my jury of the players were arranged. Whatever. Two hundred and two, hundred, fifty, two to seven, hundred, thousand don't have rations or don't have sponsors. So they they are completely independent kind of less alone and. Soul. I'm really glad that that that ATP Slams now most likely and players. Hopefully, we all get together will contribute collectively to the player relief. Fund. ADP will distribute. Certain models of and criteria like for example I. Mean you don't want to. You want to avoid giving money now to a player maybe that fits into this group of people that are ranked lower but doesn't need money. As. Much as maybe someone else in 'cause you know he has been a top fifty guy for a long time. Now he's been injured. So maybe doesn't need as much as the other guys need. So, there's certain criteria. Rules that will be placed in Netease, working on that so. Right now, it looks like there's going to be hopefully somewhere between. Three and four and a half million. Dollars there is there is going to be distributed to to this low ranking guys. And then other things. Short term that we can do, and that depends obviously on the continuation of the season that something that the players also have to agree is that whether or not. In the certain tournaments, maybe world finals maybe bonus for for for a guys in the end of the season. that. Kind of money whether that kind of money will also be. Transferred to this relief funds. or if we don't have any tournaments this season maybe we can collectively take certain percentage from our prize money from Ustralian Open. In January and directed into the Relief Fund. So there are always ways that you can help I'm really glad that tennis ecosystems coming together. Because I think. Everyone, realizes the importance of. The base of the tennis and these guys are that ranged from two fifty onwards they are. They are the ones that that make the grassroots tennis in the future status and I feel like I feel we have to be united we have to support them. We have to show them that they're not forgotten that we're there for them but also I feel we have to send a message to the to the. Younger generations that are taking in consideration to be professional players and show them that they can live out of tennis even the times when there is as a pandemic as financial crisis that they still can can rely. Of the eighty governing body of it progress. I'm so that's short long term. I think that what we now in short in a in a short term which is coming together for this 'cause I, think this is necessary to happen in a long term, which is more complicated because you know there's idea that is independent entity international inspiration longest-standing Tennis Federation Easter. You have obviously grand slams that operate as independent entities and you have ADP. As. Well, you have W ta saw all of us have to consolidate somehow and come up with a plan. And a system that will support especially the vase or the grassroots tennis, which is this lowering guys. Both men and woman we have to somehow regulate bachelor the the initial levels of Professional Venice and. Allow these. Players. Are Starting to play professional tennis to have an easier way of transitioning to the higher levels. On I, mean. Right, now few years ago there was a rule change with the challenges, the Challenger tour and the transition door I don't think that's good to be honest because it creates even more separation there. So there are ways it's not gonna be ideal, but I'm glad that at least we're all looking into changing things for better..

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

TennisPAL Chronicles

07:25 min | 9 months ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

"Lethal by. And for me, that's one of the big reason of wires to. So the only win be much. Her I have an interesting question for you because I've always is very interesting for me to to observe players. in terms of in terms of the practice and how dense translates match do you feel like? Are you one of these players that needs to heat an extra? On the worm or on the practice. So you can feel the shot more or you know when it's time and you say, okay, it's not so less is more and basically that's GonNa make you feel better than the match. I think less is more specially specially later on Mike your because you need to be careful buddy. Sorry one second Saudis problem upon. superdome such a bitch. So. Yes. For me. Yes. Let's he's more because you need to be basically freshman monthly physically for the match but I'm kind of the players who could quite of hours of practice before that's just need to find the right balance of when I can push myself in when I'm not another player was warm-up missed the last Martian ask for most mush because he wants much. You know you know what I mean I'm I know when I'm ready and when I'm ready I can completely turn off one two days before the much. Interesting interesting because sometimes for me I. Actually I do both sometimes I feel like less is more but actually. Also quite a few times I feel like if I missed the smash I'm GonNa. Make. GonNa make another one another one another one. Up for goes for like forty, five, fifty minutes you know what I? Smash. It's still not working. It's exactly exactly. So anyone out there that knows how to heat the proper overhead. Please let me know text me direct message instagram respond. Okay. So do we have any other questions maybe from the fans you want to see how many? Days was that's made checkup. It's what's yet quite a question came back off rallies. When was the much much lost in? You're the most angry. Going out. Well. One of them was with you. Roland Garros Finals in fifteen why you read hungry and the Another. One was probably also with you in fifteen. No. Was it sixteen in new? York I don't know for some reason you make me angry Ben are. You. Guys you. Guys. Also so Fifteen years on the tour and I really don fewer. So please. No I just. Angry because you think you played bad, you think you. Need potent unity to ask just because you lost exactly. WHAT NOT NOT Look. Both of the matches that loss to you in finals was Roland Garros and us. Open. I've felt that it was the very similar. Trajectory of the match. I started well I want I set in both of the matches and then some close games pretty even in the second set where result was kind of here and their team lose my chances, and that's why you pick up and then then you go to a level which was higher than mine and you just you're better player and you want against me so I was upset with. The Way I've played because if you if you just overplay if you're just better, that's it, I cannot be. Too upset because of that I just have to accept it and. Say. Well done but I was I was upset with myself that I repeat the same thing twice that I that I allowed you to. Control of the match and I feel like I had the opportunities in both second set of both finals to to just. Win The second set and then the probably the match. Were there will be a much higher for me to wait two sets up. So so I was upset with this kind of. Outcome so to save with my Loss of concentration and loss of intensity probably in the in those moments. That's. One value. hummy. Would say. Wasn't one much for show clearly wall to final against Raja when I. Want to play you but was not play. You just like to make to have the chance to petrifying out of the through for or is Blair's something so begin. I know that that. I let him win like you know days not. That's much. I know I'd everything in by GAM and in me to finish it and I made the mistake I shouldn't have done. And another one big one was A. Again. Guests Game Wimbledon final I think thousand fifteen and I lost six four and I think the level engineer was really good like for me on prospects. For me I was really agreed to not have the chance to play you in the semifinals especially just after because we played. Against each other on every first but nothing gross I. was happy to be honest. I'm not sure that along that line with us. Me Anywhere on grass but I will have. I want you so much to play in the semi final of Wimbledon. That's yeah. I was I was really sad. Yeah, yeah and how long does it take you usually after the match like that where you'll? Feel like you let yourself down in a way you know, and then how does it take to recover like can be ready for back next match next year in wall to finally it took me. I let myself be down the next day but then I to push myself because we're GonNa play the Davis Cup. Five six days after. So I'd swap wants to stay down and a new that dad that's then you give your love give yourself the best chance to play wedding Davis. Cup. must be like, okay. I give twenty four hours to my brain completely be dom. anything any immersion out but then you focus on the next next match in the next month she sewing both on. That's GONNA. Make you forgot. What's you lost before that but I also feel that? Early on my carrot. Took me longer to get over matches especially big matches, but when I stopped to basically after my first grandson. It's always been shot. Though has been short like I lost. I lost. He's not the end of the war next one go back to practice. You know what dates you know what you have to do to be.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

TennisPAL Chronicles

07:37 min | 9 months ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles

"Me a lot of firemen I think like specially because in tennis it's never stopped we always as always a new tournament always something new coming. The MONTOC parties the most difficult one. Yeah. What do you feel mentally is? What what kind of what part of the the the mental challenge would you would you kind of say it's tough is for you to handle I, mean when you're coming back, what is for me? When I was was coming back is to be patient I'm really invasions and really except it's and take the time you need to go to to come back and when you got the such big surgery literally Myidcare when closer from the end. But in the same time, I was my best a level that I never add was was mentally talked to to really accept it's into Iraq I needed especially because. The. Question Mark with my surgery was out of question mark because we didn't know if Miami will end that surgery and if I was going to be about to come back. So that was the defer spots. And when I came back the first time in a straight hours six months after. I knew was far away from my level, but she was in a way tested but. I was hoping that after that, he was gonna go only step-by-step veteran better but he eats wendy was eat for a few months before after coming back. So basically to me more than a year tool to come back to my husband. Won't tell you that was the toughest response. Of course, of course, I was sharing the same thing yesterday within the as well. when we talked about, you know the comebacks and injuries and how that affects your emotional mental state. How did it affect your character because? If, you're playing on a very high level for many years and you're you're you know you you know that that's you have the quality to be a top player, and then because of the ranking system and everything if you're out for for a long time like six months or more, you know you're losing a lot of points ensure you can use her protected ranking and but you're rankings quite low. So you have to rebuild everything from the beginning you know. And and I agree with you that the emotional aspect of of kind of I think it's it's always the. Biggest challenge to really internally had this conversation with yourself in a in a in a most supportive way for yourself because you are yourself your your own biggest I would say opponents and supporter. I think the fact that you're coming back to the same community to the same environment where you have been winning the biggest tournaments where you've been at the top of the game, and then you come back to competition again after an injury and physically your body's probably has to reprogram itself. And and mentally you have to do the same but mentally it like you don't WanNa, do that because the last memory that you had was positive and your were dominating the tour or whatever you were. You were one of the best place in the world, and now you have to kind of start from scratch and then also southern the movement is not as dynamic as as efficient as it was before, and then you start to create doubts in yourself All these different. Obstacles mental obstacles come there and say, am I am I capable to do this and my read enough? Maybe I? Maybe I was rushing too much. Maybe I'm not I was supposed to be more patient once you start. Ask yourself question you question he's over it so. It's it's but it's for me personally a tennis. Court. Is. A place where I get challenged the most in my life and so. On emotional, psychological and physical, of course as well. that's where all my programs that have been maybe suppressed over the years emotional things in whatever even some traumas they surface there. is it the same for you? Do you feel like like tennis courts is a kind of a battlefield for for for yesterday as well because because that's when you get older Marcham and you have to control them because one sometimes you get tired. So when you jared during coming out even more and you know that if you starts with doubts deliveries dropped, you know it's you stop to think a little bit too much of what you want to do what you're. GonNa. Do how you do it. It's going GonNa be a much. They for me, it's always been like a big personal. You have to put all the pieces together to play Bass level. In my carry took me so many years to get there. That's my best and. I knew I knew that time that's when I was feeling good with every aspect of the game but not only tennis mentally physically than I was the best player I could be and yet, but it's it's it's asked it takes so much time to get there but not to people she only the match cuts for me it so much in the practice in the practice session to push myself to know that when I'm going to be in a big match. It's GONNA come Outta. Matic. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA do things without getting in trouble monthly. And how? How did your private life and everything that you experienced your family or privately let's say off the court affect your performance on the court and everything is happening because for me. Personally, I always believed the in the holistic approach to life I. Mean I can't separate even though I understand that you know throughout my life I also had people were telling me you have to separate and differentiate yourself as a tennis player and yourself as A. Whole rather son father husband and whatever. So you have to separate these two I for me was. Never really. Something that resonated with me if you know what I mean because I'm the same person that I'm on the court and I'm also same. Off The court. So of course, they have professional transformation when on the Corinthian, returning to a warrior but. But at the same time I just felt that everything that I was experiencing in life was. was transferring to the courts and how I felt on the court was able to keep my concentration intensity recovery and so forth health how how was it for you? I think the private reply always affect the way feeds because it's again about doing a show about the way female untidy but I think during my career at times tournaments, I get to my goal. And I was really doesn't matter what was happening outside i. Sent to it when I'm on the courts days, nothing can affect me nothing. Offensively but. This is only few tournament. So I'm basically counting the Grand Slam. The rest of the dying is a is really tough to to to completely separates your private life for what you're doing outside the quotes of.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Hi I'm John McEnroe's onboard. This is Martina Navratilova Mats Wilander. I'm Stan Wawrinka. I'm Andy Murray and you're listening to the tennis podcast. It is on ref on the Dow will face Roger Federer for the first time at Wimbledon eleven years and they are nearly old enough to get that bus passes is and yet they are going to be sharing center court once again on Friday because they have both won through their quarterfinals today Russia Federer in four against Kanaan's you Corey Sam Carey in three no ref on the Dow in three against some query Mary that's scheduled down they won't believe and everyone's paying hang on query versus federal bring it and then we've got Novak Djokovic against Roberto bound history uh who is going to have his stag do on center court with his six mates who is supposed to be going to a Beatha in fact they went to ether and they've come back and he's flown them in and he's going to get the business and they're going to be there watching him and cheering him on barracking jackovitch. All this stuff's going to happen on Friday. We're going to tell you all about what happened today. In the company of Katherine Wichita Hello Catherine Matt Roberts and a very special guest for the first time here on the tennis podcast from the Telegraph. We have molly mckelway. Hello Mary Alley high you're right. What do you think a Wimbledon Scifo? It's my second Wimbledon so I mean I'm enjoying it a lot more this time. 'cause I can actually find everything a lot easier getting onto on time which is really great excellent so we've all been monitoring what's been going on today Casteran upon sitting down. You seemed a little underwhelmed by the day's play that we've <unk> witnessed today. I was a little more upbeat I didn't anyone was overwhelmed. Declare themselves overwhelmed today. Can you be well. That's the thing I think David is wound circa. I'm a little bit under possibly my under well-meant is attributable to the loss of surrounding because actually the the the men singles results. Perhaps were about Paul barring a a a disappointing two and a half sets from divy Gaafar of which we will speak more in due course. I think the rest was about Paul but the results are on Court T. Sorry for the bias but I think biases allowed him. Mixed doubles isn't it <hes> and I think the reason I'm biased is because that partnership in Matinee Winson watched the match on Centre Court last night made me feel like <hes> teenage tennis fan again. It made me feel just electrified like just this is something so exciting and say beyond tennis so I'm sad that fairytale is died. It was like waking up from a dream today wasn't it been so nice and so lovely and then it all just crumbled on to like many other teams within. This isn't a great mood until this podcast sat down Catherine's got me a beer. David was welcomed into just 'cause I got C Raja for the first time on call but oh yeah I'm not gonNA allow. That was just me fan girl in 'cause I agree. The tennis wasn't what it could have been. I think we will S- guilty of looking the we ought. Perhaps fatigued about the star power in the Roger Federer factor. We're aware that these people flock from malls malls around and you know the the whole David Foster Wallace for federal is religious experience variance thing but as somebody who experienced it for the first time today is

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I mean, the yeah he's in the mixed one. This toland. He's in the mix. We're more than even in the mix some champion. Now, I'd need to see more. I think it's bad time. We're might put thought into this post part, but I do feel we've done the definition, right? Yet. Yes. In terms of they actually have to have a chance of winning the tournament, but I kind of feel that we need a numerical. Measurement of the mix as well. That has to be. A number of players. Because I mean the fund shape in there, what did we decide twenty names in the women's draw in, in the mix? We came up with it now. We have to come up with the grass court. I say it, it varies tournament keep expanding the mix and Chuck in new ingredients. Okay. We'll before Wimbledon will decide on the mix. How many people in of your cakes if that's how you bake? I'm speechless just saying, Mike cakes have to have a certain number. Anyway. Anyway, where we got say, well scullions again to quote about kroth stammer fingers tennis was hefty today. Of the day, isn't it? Haven't seen about Croft's one take three and a half. Minute tour of the play lands. She did yesterday during during the rain delay when it was heavily populated. And she did it for prime video in the tournament of, of re tweeted it as well. It is Laurie. She was brilliant. Feeds gray hair. All they, they do these, these great cakes flip jobs. I had that one yesterday. It was a bit hefty. She was in love. Right. Stan Wawrinka in the mix and is. Tournament for the tournament. Let's, let's stick to that. Fact is factual, okay. So he's through to the next round and then the heavens opened actually the opened in midway through the second set. And we had monumental Phil for gas Rian on prime video. We had what I didn't know had happened in an errand six minutes is isn't millers ranch, somehow manage to win on another call. And somebody cares me and said, that was quick familiar. She wasn't it. Has he actually gone on the court? A genuinely didn't even with macaws. Yeah, I like that. He just knuckled down and get on with business that literally without any of us noticing. My colleague podcast, friend, Andrew said of that match meet us ranches winning tournaments. He just just came out with it because reasoning is better than a and then Lopez to reach the semi finals. Good player is forty eight years. Ten years in the fire. Doubles there with his partner any Mary. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Ran, it's just thirty eight years old, seven rounds. Just brushed the side out. Yeah. Oh, they we were running yesterday during the monumental for we were running the twenty sixteen final. Between Andy Murray, Milas rounded shoes. Peak rounded, Benito macro Kunar and just like a different guy did like a different guy..

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Are on your game today and Andrei that. Dan, you kids spell big without. The I g. Big shot, Dan. Stan Wawrinka is back wa wa sister, this fire is dad as is tennis, coach collision course, Jeff Van Gundy, and Mark Jackson telling us how gutsy it was for Steve, curb, to start DeMarcus cousins. Oh, the guts to start a four-time. Nba All-Star, any to time second team all NBA player real roll the dice the essence Steve Mustang for stones. Hell. We do it speak it a hell or browse, Dan. Those are the weekend observations. Bill. Russell was eleven and one in the finals played thirteen seasons and won eleven times. So he, he got to the finals a lot and he won every time. But one that's wealth one gonna cost them your personal record book. Because there were love seasons where Michael didn't get to the finals. He got you give him credit for not getting to the fine, but those were never his fault. Of course. Not. No. Stugatz tell the people about WalMart, it would have been eight. Right. Had Jordan, not sat out the two years, he would have been eight for eight eight consecutive NBA titles. And if he's still played if you just wanted to play a couple of more years with Scotty, it would have been another to ten straight. Right. You agree still fewer than Bill. Russell. Yeah, but, but ten straight no one's ever done that Bill lost one I know but Michael hasn't done it either. Well, no. My personal record book. He did. That's the point you the trust the personal record book or you don't okay? Now, when it's convenient for, when's the personal record book going to be printed. Talking publishers a year ago and what happened to everything there because you were on the cusp of a deal, still sitting there, just waiting for me. Mike. Sure to write it for you. That was done. Well, that's, that's where everything kinda hit us stalemate, then right there because I'm waiting on Mike and he's a busy guy with other projects, and I'm not writing this thing. And so it's all he writes it all when it will be done when he writes it. Well the. Jerry West, the logo Pluess medals freedom, stugatz here. I say it all the time that went ahead, a real job when I was the vice president, general manager of a major market radio station. I wish I had Zip Recruiter as a tool. It makes hiring simple. It makes it easy, and that certainly wasn't the case back when I had a real job, I cannot tell you the amount of people who walk through my doors, who had no business apply in asking for the jobs. They were applying for. Yeah. Like me wrong, right? What if you had your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job now? Ziprecruiter's technology can do.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Know it's, it's, you know it's it's what is making this thing. Click is everybody swinging. Well then I says the offense is definitely in sync right now. Betrays everyone's progress, of course of a season. They're gonna have guys have ups and downs. Down at the same time. So they'll the rogue and at the same time. So you know we all kinda of her stride at the same time and you can see what the office down. The rocks are on the road today. They started series with the cubs in Chicago tomorrow night. Meantime, the twenty nineteen MLB draft begins today in Seekonk the Rockies hold the twenty third pick in the first round the Broncos. Meanwhile, start mandatory minicamp tomorrow is the final step in the off season. Before the team returns later this summer for training camp. Tomorrow is also the quarterfinal matchup at the French Open between Roger Federer and STAN Wawrinka, who says it's always special to go up against Federer last teams was here. And I mean years was that, since that they never team again? But I'm telling you on the tour to winning too much against him. I think it's as I say it's always special to oblige him. Well ring coming off a four set five hour and nine minute match to get to this point. He reaches his first grand slam quarterfinal into years. Meanwhile, the Toronto Maple Leafs could soon be moving on from Ford. Veteran forward Patrick Marleau in perhaps, the avalanche could get them, the reportedly one of the teams that could be in the running to acquire the forward who wishes to return to the west. He's set to make a four point twenty five million dollars this upcoming season. Next update at five forty five. There's your sports on KOA NewsRadio. Home of the Broncos buffs in Rockies, and you wanna get the most out of your investment,.

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2019 French Open quarterfinals: Proven tennis expert reveals Roger Federer vs. Stan Wawrinka picks

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

2019 French Open quarterfinals: Proven tennis expert reveals Roger Federer vs. Stan Wawrinka picks

"Tomorrow is also the quarterfinal matchup at the French Open between Roger Federer and STAN Wawrinka, who says it's always special to go up against Federer last teams was here. And I mean years was that, since that they never team again? But I'm telling you on the tour to winning too much against him. I think it's as I say it's always special to oblige him. Well ring coming off a four set five hour and nine minute match to get to this point. He reaches his first grand slam quarterfinal into

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Well, I pay sit to pass at the start of the tournament, and I've been evermore impressed by STAN Wawrinka. And I think it was custard nothing is going to in it. Yeah. I, I think stunned today against democrat. I didn't see a huge amount of the match because of what was what was going on. But I got the feeling that it was kind of the story of that careers in stem was just better in the big moments, you know, the two tiebreaks. He's done. He's been a big match player his whole career Dimitrov this whole season. And again tonight. Oh, wow. The I mean it really does the math, what is the prospect to some of these matches? We are going to be in for a fantastic, second week of this friendship and the way things are going just at the moment. So let's have a little look at the, the order of play for tomorrow, because it will all start at eleven o'clock. Local time, ten in the UK Simona Halep is up against less Sorrento. Help having one through three setter last night. Then we've got the resumption of sit surpass against Cranach Novak Djokovic against Caruso of Italy. I can't remember the first time it doesn't that doesn't actually include his first name, but anyway, he's, he's the opponent of jocular. It's you see if I can bring up the first name of Mr. Caruso, it is. Wants his name Salvatori. Good italian. So so that's who of it. She's playing. And then we've got more feasts in action, and then the final match on Checchi rear Chatree is Serena Williams against the fear Kenan, who's a really good competitor. And Serena rural need to be on a game to get the job done there. Suzanne Lenglen sees Fabio Fanini against Roberta about history. Good. I think that'll be a good match Naomi a soccer against country in a sin Jaka. We'll see if Asaka continue her sixteen match unbeaten run at grand slams Dominic team against public Cuevas Ashburton against under Petkevich Veritas. Our court Simone Mattia against Dusen live, each and actually played each of the last year. Do you remember that there's five center in my pre-tournament predictions? I have the boat. Boldly? Perhaps progressively, I have live in course a finals. So I kind of need him to come through, and I hadn't actually realized that he came into this tournament having not won a match since that finally made him Monte Carlo. Right. But he has won his first two matches in straight-sets. So that was yeah. Five sets was you said last year. So I'm I'm intrigued by how that will Mugo might that's probably the match that I'll try and get out to first thing I think, we'll bring you the full gist the low down from courtside from Matt. He was going to go out and sees verve against do tonight tomorrow and then have bring Dimitrov will resume on court number-one not before twelve o'clock tomorrow after a doubles with the Rinker created by two cents to love so anything else map before we go. I think you need to kind of bid. Yes. It's it's been that kind of day, it's been some anger, the bed, something of a day, which is ending. We are reliably informed by message that has just come through from Catherine Whitaker. Which says update my day is ending stunning in the street in addressing gown as a result of a fire alarm at the hotel. Oh, goodness. And actually, I, I should say, Catherine. I had lunch for Catherine tonight and she, she falls sole sort of whoa, in the future of the day. Given given the lung. She had, which was basically raw beef raw cow. It was it was bleeding, and it was pretty much Shawn has actually, and she said, I have a feeling this, Mike repeat on me this afternoon. And yes, so that was that was the style over at all. Fortunately, this day is almost the tennis podcast will be back tomorrow. Happier and Julia and hopefully healthier. And with less of a traumatic experience to, to relate to you. And we'll just be able to stick to what goes on, on the courts, but that's been today. Matt great job loved the time you with us. Thank you all for listening. Hope you're enjoying are daily shows. I say, our Davey shares, I've done next to nothing except to go and watch greatest, showman cinema, which is fantastic. And yes, it did sing along.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Tactical Tennis

Tactical Tennis

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Tactical Tennis

"A moment and do very simple valuation of your game. Right. Take for hand backhands or for his back in volleys or less ideal body right side of your body. Is one stroke significantly underpowered compared to the other one. Right. Than the one of the first things that you should look at is wo-. Do I have strength issue with that other side of my body? Maybe another way to think about this. If we look at some professional players, and I'm just gonna pull to two names out not at random, he a- as an example of this. If we look at the one handed backhands of Roger Federer, and STAN Wawrinka, we all know that we all know that STAN has a monster back, and it's a beautiful shot. No doubt about it. But federal backhand isn't too shabby Ida and there's a power difference between dare to backhands. I mean, just a role power difference. I'm not talking about like when federal steps up and takes early which she has a phenomenal ability to do I'm talking about like if they're both three feet behind the baseline technical shoulder height and trying to rip something cresco hide. There's a noticeable power and spin difference between those two strokes that is greater than can be explained. Through technique because I do think that STAN has better technique on the back end that lends itself to a more powerful stroke, but not that much. Okay. Not that much better. Not that much more power. And so let me just interrupt you here because we're not saying that federal stroke backing up stroke isn't good like we actually both really liked whatever's back in stroke, but it's really clear. I mean, everybody's attacking Federer's back in and almost nobody's attacking stand back. Stand back in like knocks you over. It is one of the best shots on the tour and feds backhand is the perceived weakness in his game. Right. So what are we really talking about here? Like, what are you really asking about when you point out these two guys on that subset setting? They both have signed that. Both have good backhand technique. Apples to apples stand hits a bigger noticeably bigger back end. Yeah. And I think it's. It's not purely because of strength, but strength plays a very big role in that. Well, I think I think that if Roger had the strength that STAN has physically in his oppa body, then you probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the outputs in their back ends with the naked eye that that's that's the key point. Right. Like, the the strength. That's I mean, STAN is just a much bigger guy with Ross strength. Right. And it seems like fed has superior superior technique in some aspects of his game where he can hit some some obviously world class. Shots and get robust results from that technique. But it can't do it everywhere. It seems like a no brainer. If Rogers upper body was a strong as STAN that he would hit his back camp Egger. I would think so too. But that's that's to me happen. An obvious example of where a strength deficiency is. Solely causing problems. But centrally leaving a lot of performance on the table. Right. And certainly Rogers not alone in this. I mean, there's a lot of players that that do have that commission. And I my understanding I think is that Roger was always consent that getting a bulkier his body would affect his range emergencies flexibility that kind of thing. Yeah. I mean Rodgers on the record saying that he didn't lift with his upper body because he thought that it would mess up his timing. He thought that somehow, you know, and really it was like, okay. We'll what does that mean? What is is that gonna look like? But I mean, he just thought that it was going to be bad for his tennis. Like, he seemed to have this impression that he's just talent and that lifting with his upper body was going to undermine his talent. I think that he works very hard and he's proud of Hoti works. I think there's a way sometimes in which. I there's this weird dichotomy in sometimes I think he really embraces his idea of him as this talented maestro. But then also sometimes I think he feels a little bit. As though the work that he puts in his is appreciated undervalue, and I see that kind of warring a little bit. And he's interviews. But ultimately, I think there's this idea that he felt like that there was an element to his name..

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"Good shift yet well it lines check dry out yesterday i bet but you just drive going to be wrong will the office yet and i would say like even beyond the bloom sisters like the the mentality i just don't see the killer instinct somebody's competitors against you know if you go back days with the wave sisters had to go up against hingis and the just the you know those girls like even though that they wouldn't consistently beat the williams's they gave him a hard match is like when the sisters were out of there like yes i'm winning this major now i caught a break and it's like they would take the initiative i don't necessarily see that aggressiveness on the women's draw and you know you could also kind of make that same argument on the men's side of the draw it's like the only guy that really made a push in the last couple of years is stan wawrinka it will rink up was hanging around the circuit for years and then like you said no i'm winning a couple of majors and then he made that push for like there's a bunch of young guys on the men's tour and i'll just looking around and say you know i keep waiting for you guys to make a move it at whether he's majors and you guys don't bring it to the table up on john but at least the wants these guys can't even win one nothing does that the yeah it's like they're you know part of it i think you know i almost want to say that the the the atp and the wta have to rethink in the point system because i think these folks are just like playing all these tourists record points rather than focusing on winning the majors and yet you you can put on all these different tournaments around the world but you know at a certain point you're looking at it and saying you know we're the stars going to be bored you got you're not going to be boring on the master series you're board at the majors you that's what you're making mark and they're just i don't think there's nearly enough incentive being brought in i think the money is too good on somebody's financial tournaments was the goal the two hundred ten i bet we've been we're gonna sit at home lau was the one and the other thing because i just only on the that's what it is just not defecate no what you all when let them linnea that's right.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The recordings with thumb abraham hect see us and largely their material was about the law of attraction but it they become a completely different person different voice different mannerisms i mean it's just it's actually strange to listen to it so if you tell me if somebody's going to just fake that that's weird i don't think so well and this is this is going back to religion don't you think fed the channelling that we talk about today in the modern context that's what moses was doing great if you go back through time any of those profits and and religious figures uh from the past were all channelling a message from above is in it the same thing now they were calling it religion and god today we call a dino sath inra him and who abyss shahor but isn't it just one and the same thing ads can of agree with yemenici it kind of is channelling um yet i think moses and actually pretty good pretty good example of that yeah i don't think i don't understand why today we want wanna critique it when it has been going on for thousands of years has been going on for thousands of years well stan wawrinka yeah no nine hina health so so again which goes back to my point though kerr at faith' k ism it absolutely yes faith is what this is all about i mean if it's if it's faith in in whatever you call god it it you know it all those is a hundred names out there doesn't really matter what it is uh were all talk and about the same no greater energy well when i ask uh somebody will get calls in tonight by the where we're going.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One of the detained without the guys thing to mariners team as well you guys work hard all the best he kissed off mit and a lot of guys thank you yeah and then he collapses into tears so he got through toward the end i was thinking over one of the australian open saying how it was such a great experience again and start sake the fans and just melts and then thanks merrin chila his team for getting him to the point at which he had been able to participate in the final and then thanks his own team and can't even finish the thin so it was really emotional and i say this all the time when it comes to older athletes what he's now achieved twenty grand slam singles titles at the age of thirty six and a half and the fact that he's one three in the last year three in the last year after he was injured and missed a good portion of two thousand sixteen that parties incredible now i know novak djokovic was out early rafael doll had to retire because of injury the conditions were brutal down under in fact they even held this vital with the roof closed at airconditioned those climatecontrolled inside the men's final where it hadn't been for the women's final we'll talk about that women's final coming up because that was a close second for my favorite story light of the weekend something else that struck me as i was watching roger is just how much older athletes appreciate what they achieved because they know these opportunities are limited and i get it with roger federer we come to expect of a come on he went for years without winning a major he's got younger very talented extreme competitive guys who had moved ahead of him in the world rankings that we're starting to take all of those championships so novak an raf of course benefited from him being injured and older and anti murray and stan wawrinka and even marion tillach who want a us open so time was it really waiting for roger and now look what he's done.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Going to come in and take the spotlight and and you know be the centre starring and the centerpiece in you know these are the similar thing to how you know how is it similar to that where you know stands gonna come in and think i have long starpower making all this by they she's going to be my team i spotlight mm i don't know i don't think that that's necessarily the case him and i don't think it you know if he's a right man at all and i've never spoken to him i don't know but he's got to see that judge shaves captivated the town they got close to the world series this year the right now earn judges these star player and it stanton wants to eclipse him he's going to have to do it on the field and be a better player than judges and make people like him more than they like judge and that's going to be hard in the sense that judges is got a very the energy cherian who use their word personality where he always says the right thing appears very modest softspoken positive he doesn't give you any controversy doesn't give anything you go on lives kids got a big add you don't see that with him so i don't see a conflict there and see here's where this is where aaron boone is going to earn his money because if there is a potential problem where one guy psycho this guy's getting all the attention i needed that's where errand boon has got to talk to stan or judge if these problems exist which are not sure they do and say guys you know coexists were winning were were champion team were we're gonna all do really well you're all going to get endorsements and make a lot of money in be and half the world of your feet now this is something that the managers have to do these days mike is in danbury you're on the fan might mary are you doing a might you actually bought up a good point that's what i was gonna call about this this will be really interesting to see if i if this trade does actually happen how how boone more handle the pressure i mean because getting giancarlo stan wawrinka obviously put us as favorites if not close the top to go to the.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Coach there see my problem is handgun now like stan wawrinka i know as a coach i'll just say here right i mean you give me a written a real bat of real basketball coach someone we'll know they screening briefly the grisly guy here illegally should brindeiro familiar here like here i don't know i move move us steven gundy did dill gm yeah he counties that gm i know easy abby play both roles right now he is playable through i mean this day was smart he knew i'm not taken another job unless i control me because you remember what happened with we're pet were pat riley right he was the coach at the heap next thing they get shack they got they got weighed and he's out of a job pero took it oh mayor paulo back then they kicked it to delvoie they did yeah no i mean i i i lied stan personally but i can see why people don't you know used he's got a little bit of you know just the way coaches i feel i just is sometimes a little animal say over the top but it's that you took it took a while for the players guess by in the way he was saying what he was doing if they're listening to all minutes there if they're you know playing like this now than than that i'm all for it i liked him but um yeah i don't know i mean i could see why people don't like him and i think you know maybe somebody else shouldn't take them over the top but i mean i've that used in the most out of what he's dogged these dyes the moment so i don't have too many complaints right now is pistons fan ochre able to to really say in a while also view these pissed yeah i do i mean i imagine a jail well with the in their division volume uh i mean if they they they thought they were come off akim last speedway got smashed by the cavs but i was there thirty four days and the cavs were here waiting for the casper here waiting for riads had already were in the middle of a win street that still going on right now and so you know and i mean that's going to happen united upbeat every routine an athlete every team early and yet i think that they.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Free what what programmes how you doing now half of sas are we doing now your dial a living experience over to your also of really how to survive economically okay i mean uh uh was that wasn't for the money in a little bit it might outside of because when i when i step up with these grounds and bringing about the two leaders which would we presented it was resented bad those people who find the pool where else okay and i'll i'll tell you what the daily mail such program in in two cars who almost discredit bass by the hell's there's plenty of other julius bull listen carefully we we could be in the wizards we can't be professional problem funds i hear you nobody in the studio disagreeing with you offering to the question is if that's the problem was the solution and how do we entered the court later ruled you're there not by lin now that information once we are we gonna bring a we not bring it properly with you we are dealing with judiel nieva fouled out anxious other stan wawrinka girls there then you south i would which is just what the problems identified how do you south that after we should we back don't do that if you're one of musaga they were days people in jail joey stonewall jewish me when we i'm talking about the method i like other members without any why they bond so closer together okay how can we don't do it man 100 we don't do it calling him out how at now acting as kc some questions and what we all here is what we do have fewer because we don't listen i i gotta take a break near but i appreciate it may conflicts we've seen some okay trailer okay calling the mba molecule explained careful will be professional patent find his talents i could mom taught us with information comes a choice and people have to make a personal choice about what they wanted to do about whatever the situation is how we celebrate the what we give thanks for on a day that may have been not designated on i deal day that's something totally different so mitch lurched from logic the war over however the eyes yes dad here many fast would case by this is alex cars had eighty jim consultancy you can visit me any wwl he'll ag sultry listening.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio - KCSF

Xtra Sports Radio - KCSF

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio - KCSF

"Watch and i tweeted at few hours ago just before the show started at a lot radio it's awesome it brought tears to my eyes defeat her unadulterated show wide that unbridled celebration it was off i for check that out that will be coming up on saturday right now i am doing a pretty amazing job talking to you walt keeping my eyes on roger federer and stan wawrinka who are engaged in the men's semifinal it's going on lie even which is is pretty cold and so far there on said in the first set how i fed it rod on third in the first set excuse me i get possibly keep watching and talking about coming over the same time for a very long without mickey mistake but federer and wawrinka in the first two feather still on third and if is two with the best in the game and roger federer has been playing amazingly well in his return to major tennis and while rink of course has won a major at one the us open so there's a lot here that could happen it's kind of cool but there are are so many players in their mid thirty the better but still alive very i mean we did faith the rain i am a quick work of mariano lou jets per rowdy but she had had the resurgent them was back in a grand slam semifinal for the first time in more than a decade after all kinds of personal trout of that she went through and her family and so toothy her back on that stage even know serena overpowered her fifty venus back in a grand slam final now roger federer it is mid thirties seeking grand slam eighteen off and he's doing it for the seventeen fade but the backs been cleared out a bit with number one and number two andy murray and novak djokovic's going out early so i'm not a huge roger federer fan i hope that he gets another opportunity and i would love defeat against rafael nadal who would love defeat at at least one more time and you know this might be the last time we feed to williams has there's against one another integrate and play i'm finals.

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"stan wawrinka" Discussed on talkSPORT

talkSPORT

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"stan wawrinka" Discussed on talkSPORT

"About his future after defeat by slovak here let their chances of woke up qualification in jeopardy just three games in of the three nill which leaves him for the group f struck an has been criticized by some friends recently but he says job security isn't his main concern on those that you think about myself i'm thinking of he's a lot look up to them in a future they give support of which were gonna cutler k conley or something semin done so that when only from home british number two con edmund has lost in the second round of the shanghai masters tennessee was beaten six three six four play us open champion stan wawrinka andy murray begins his campaign this often do when he faces the american steve johnson and cricket tv sunday one day international between friendly nash and england he's here to get underway in around half announced time the two sides haven't won wom going into today's game and shoots a gong when his line pulled level commentary on the game on talks for two from nine thirty this morning but source of fury slices to fight will be discussed by the british boxing vote of control later today the world heavyweight champion is twice pulled out of rematches with linemates which got latest boast news has all of the website talk sport dot com silas is not cable more wire differently which means you can get the fastest internet available would equal up voting download speeds from fifty to five hundred mannix so you can uploads two hundred photos before you favorites on his finished quickly adding switch to files today to get our best offer ever home shop they can copy faulted the moment take any stride utah cousins heisman it's a way to lose the two reasons why this soon of i think that's overall bushy deep such is going to the rock pace picked up the ball it's also the five posted by confided nighttime he slammed acknowledged eighty two things up when you when you ninety two forty two t when you have an opportunity to good to be tuesday kind of mission the premier league i home to explore it colts resume breakfast featuring rate on court i can then with him.

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