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Fresh update on "tennis" discussed on WIOD Programming

WIOD Programming

01:19 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tennis" discussed on WIOD Programming

"It's Andy West here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off in 18 77 and the first ever Wimbledon tennis championship begins this week in 1940 in the Boston Braves AR 15 games back in the National League. They then go on a crazy tear and go on to win the World Series against the Philadelphia A's Jumping ahead this week in 1968 Wilt Chamberlain becomes the first reigning EMBA em VP to be traded the next season when he moves from the Philadelphia 70 Sixers to the Lakers. Thiss week in 1979 was disco Demolition night at Comiskey Park in Chicago Fans go while destroying disco records and ended up causing the white socks to forfeit the second game of a doubleheader. The Detroit Tigers jumping ahead this week in 2009 Chase out We hit a three run homer and Shane Victorino and Greg Each had to run shots during a 10 run first inning, helping the Philadelphia Phillies Ralph the Cincinnati Reds 20 to 1. Thiss. Weekend 2012 2 time NBA MVP Steve Nash is officially traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Lakers. Nash would retire three years later on this week in 2016 at Wimbledon in women's tennis. Serena Williams beats Anjali Kerber 7563 equaling Steffi Graf's 22 Grand Slam singles titles on That's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on my Heart radio. Elena had another asthma attack. She's really sad to miss School again. Asthma can be triggered by allergies from common pests just can't shake this fever..

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Fresh update on "tennis" discussed on WAOK Sunday Night

WAOK Sunday Night

00:45 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tennis" discussed on WAOK Sunday Night

"See at the end of the year to be able to make sure that they could fund the sports that no one watches or cares about. And that's the bottom line on all this. Is that when we think about the money did that's why the SEC is going to bend over backwards to try to be able to get that biggest chunk of money that they have flowing in flowing in. Because they know, with all due respect the SEC baseball tournament, a printing money, the SEC tennis tournament, a print money And there sure as hell ain't a ton of people showing up whatever golf course they they play at for a conference championship. People had shown up to see that And if there were people playing those sports that can move the needle the way college football calls basketball players do then maybe just maybe we would hear from some people in this country who would say, by God. Why are they cutting all these sports? So doesn't work both ways. Don't give me the whole name image like this has got to be fair and then turn around and be like all of these programs again Clip because there ain't no college football So again, who is the dog wagging the tail when it comes to college sports? 855 to 1 to four CBS. Thanks for allowing me to go on the rant. They're getting on your reaction. Xavier in Atlanta on the grass show on CBS Sports Radio. What's up, Xavier? Amanda's conversation is like asking the dog and who's gonna walk the cat? A cat doesn't want to be walked. So things move along the old equal, fair and equitable about tennis and every other sport when it doesn't deal with college football basketball. We know the driving forces money, which is disingenuous Withdrew out of risk is Changing the name in the first place. But when we come to some agreement about how we're going to get into the stadiums, you know how it is. They checked the temperature. How hard is it for someone to clean your hands where gloves were amassed, so these people can share enjoy football. I'll be in the right frame of mind because you did it. You have it one day and next day, you don't have it. How is this gonna happen? Xavier, you bring up the hardest thing I think for college football to kind of figure out and that is how do they balance fans and off of Xavier's point that he just made You know Jimmy Johnson Racecar driver right? He missed last week's race in Indianapolis this week. He had to test it came back clear. He ended up racing today, almost one race by the way out of Kentucky. But my my point on that is off what Xavier said. Excuse me, You will have people. Who will test positive and then a couple days left. And then another one in the cocks back negative. You can go back to compete again, and that's what we're gonna have to go. Then. Going perfect. It isn't And I think we've got a Oh, that's someone test positive, like, okay. Rolls Chapman. Test positive for covert 19. Okay, fine. Pull him out. Put him in quarantine. Let him try to do his work on the side. Keeper's many people away from him. Get him retested. See that He's clearing them. Bring him back. It should we shouldn't be freaking out over that. What? We should be upset about a freaking out over. Is in Major league baseball invested in a company. That does this kind of testing. And yet they're still not getting test back in a timely manner to me. That's a bigger worry then. Okay, guy gets it. We're gonna overreact. Take him out. Put him back in That to me doesn't seem hard. One of your major league baseball, and you made a big investment. And you can't get.

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