On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers your comments, including: is Daniil Medvedev actually good on clay, why have their been so many upsets at the Rome Masters, why hasn't Jannik Sinner won a big title yet, was Carlos Alcaraz losing early in Rome good for Roland Garros prep, are Alcaraz's pace absorption struggles due to racquet technology, an updated men's singles tier list, why does an all-time great need coaching, do tennis players watch tennis, can Medvedev finish year-end No. 1, and does Petr Korda's 1996 Australian Open have an asterisk? 00:00 Intro 01:45 Clay Medvedev 08:21 Rome Upsets 14:57 Jannik Sinner 21:13 Alcaraz RG Prep 24:28 Alcaraz Racquet Tech 27:37 Tiers Update 29:45 Coaching GOATs 32:52 Pros Watching Pros 36:19 Medvedev YE1 37:34 Petr Korda Asterisk --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
Stella Sampras joins the show to discuss her groundbreaking tenure as UCLA's women's tennis coach, where she just recently notched her 500th victory at the helm. Sampras goes in depth about her coaching style, how she fosters a competitive environment that puts the team first, and how she strives to get the best out of her players. The coach also explains how she recruits, when she knows a player is ready for the pro game, and what it was like guiding Australian Open finalist Jen Brady. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
Tennis Hall of Famer Pam Shriver talks openly with Patrick about the sexual abuse of power she suffered as a young player, and the steps the WTA and tennis as whole has made to remedy these situations for future players.She also talks about the importance of mental health in tennis, using Novak Djokovic's run at the Australian Open as an example of perseverance. Follow Patrick on social:Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrickMcEnroeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@holdingcourtwithpatrickmcenroeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrick.mcenroeThanks to our sponsor, North Organics CBD. Use offer code "PATRICK20" for 20% off your order: https://northorganicscbd.com/coupon/patrick20/Podcast produced by MuddHouse Media: https://muddhousemedia.com/
Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
Dr. Jim Loehr has been a leading voice for ‘Mental Toughness' in sports for years, having recently released his 18th book “Wise Decisions: A Science-Based Approach to Making Better Choices”. He and Patrick cover a number of topics all related to stress and pressure and how to best deal with them not only on the tennis court but in life.Learn more about Dr. Jim Loehr: https://www.jim-loehr.com/Follow Patrick on social:Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrickMcEnroeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@holdingcourtwithpatrickmcenroeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrick.mcenroeThanks to our sponsor, North Organics CBD. Use offer code "PATRICK20" for 20% off your order: https://northorganicscbd.com/coupon/patrick20/Podcast produced by MuddHouse Media: https://muddhousemedia.com/
Baseline Intelligence with Jonathan Stokke
Thomas Johansson is our guest for the 35th episode of Baseline Intelligence. Thomas was ranked 7th on the ATP tour and won 9 titles, including the 2002 Australian Open. He won a silver medal in doubles at the 2008 Olympic Games, and has gone on to coach David Goffin and Sorana Cirstea.We talk:1:22 His start in tennis5:41 Sustaining his success from juniors to the pros8:35 Working towards the top 1013:39 Knowing yourself as a player15:41 Winning the 2002 Australian Open19:02 Poor play leading up to the tournament 21:49 His game plan vs. Marat Safin24:37 Transition to coaching27:11 Deciding what to work on32:00 His toughest opponent35:18 What he looks for in a double partner39:00 His best advice for the 4.0 player**Sound effects by https://www.zapsplat.com
Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
Holding Court is back for a 4th season! Patrick looks ahead to the new season, and also breaks down the current men's and women's tennis rankings on this TENNIS TUESDAY episode.Follow Patrick on social:Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrickMcEnroeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@holdingcourtwithpatrickmcenroeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrick.mcenroeThanks to our sponsor, North Organics CBD. Use offer code "PATRICK20" for 20% off your order: https://northorganicscbd.com/coupon/patrick20/Podcast produced by MuddHouse Media: https://muddhousemedia.com/
The Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open - the biggest names in tennis compete in these tournaments every year trying to win the coveted Grand Slam. So, why not you? Asmik's Top Players' Tennis let's you compete for the Grand Slam right along with the pros. Support NEStalgia directly by becoming a member of our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/Nestalgia Members at the $5 and above level get access to our brand new show NEStalgia Bytes. A look at the famicom games you can play without any Japanese knowledge! For More NEStalgia, visit www.NEStalgiacast.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nestalgia/support
Newly engaged WTA star Marta Kostyuk joins The AO Show to reveal what we all should know about her but no one's bothered to ask yet, plus Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley shares the changes he'd like to see introduced to tennis — on the court and in the stands.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
US/China relations expert Chris Fenton weighs in on the Peng Shuai saga and China's continuing political effects on the WTA, NBA, and ATP. Chris talks in depth about the problems with China forcing their political agenda on the outside world, as well as the financial repercussions of sports leagues/associations NOT playing in China.Follow Patrick on social:Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrickMcEnroeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@holdingcourtwithpatrickmcenroeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrick.mcenroe Thanks to our sponsor, North Organics CBD. Use offer code"PATRICK20" for 20% off your order:https://northorganicscbd.com/coupon/patrick20/ Podcast produced by MuddHouse Media: https://muddhousemedia.com/
Justin Gimelstob shares his life in three acts: tennis star, TV commentator and producer, now President of FBR Group, an insurance-based financial solutions provider.Justin shares how a once seemingly charmed life can unwind in just five minutes. It is a story of ascension, free-fall, and ascending again.
On Tech & Vision With Dr. Cal Roberts
This podcast is about big ideas on how technology is making life better for people with vision loss. For decades, people with vision loss had limited options when it came to accessing video games. Aside from screen magnification and text-to-voice tools, gamers who are blind or visually impaired didn't have many ways to play their favorite titles. But in recent years, the same cutting-edge technology used to create games has been used to also make them more accessible for people with vision impairment. These advances include more visibility options, the implementation of 3D audio, haptic feedback, and customizable controllers for gamers with vision impairment. Furthermore, 3D audio technologies being developed in live sports may soon make their way to online multiplayer video games. The implementation and improvement of these technologies mean that everyone will be able to play together, regardless of their visual acuity. The Big Takeaways: Leap in Accessible Gaming Options. In the past, the lack of accessibility features has made it much harder for gamers like Elaine Abdalla to access her favorite titles. But as gaming technology and accessibility improve, gamers like Elaine who are visually impaired are now able to more actively participate in their favorite titles. For example, The Last of Us: Part 2 boasts over 60 accessibility options including sophisticated visibility adjustments and inclusive difficulty settings. Participating in the Process. Robin Spinks is the Head of Inclusive Design at the UK's Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). He helps gaming companies implement accessibility options as part of the design process from the very beginning. By ensuring people with vision loss are part of the process from the jump, Robin is helping make games more immersive than ever — for everyone. Xbox Accessibility Team. Kaitlyn Jones first became passionate about gaming when she helped her father launch a nonprofit foundation that built customized setups for gamers with disabilities. She's now the program manager of Xbox's Gaming Accessibility Team. They develop guidelines for all kinds of accessible gaming options, including for people with vision loss. Thanks to her team's efforts, new titles include options like spatial audio cues, which make it easier for gamers who are blind to navigate complex dungeons and unlock achievements. Action Audio. At the 2022 Australian Open, a new technology called Action Audio became available for tennis fans with vision loss. Through cutting-edge camera tracking technology, Action Audio creates an information-rich 3D audio experience that allows tennis fans with vision loss to experience every thrilling rally as it happened, and to share in a communal experience. Spatial Audio in Gaming. Action Audio's developers hope to make it a universal technology that can also be used in gaming. Whether it's working with a team in the latest first-person shooter or dribbling around opponents on a virtual basketball court, 3D (or spatial) audio technology is positioned to help people with vision loss to more equitably participate in the gaming community. Tweetables: “The motivation here is to remove barriers, to form partnerships, and to collaborate so that going forward it becomes a much more possible area of life for people. 'Cause gaming's fantastic, right? And why should you be stopped from enjoying it just because you're blind or partially sighted?” — Robin Spinks, Head of Inclusive Design at RNIB “When something happens on the court, it's captured quite fast with Hawkeye within hundreds of milliseconds, and we're able to take that data relatively quickly and generate the audio and then send it to the broadcast before it's received in the real world.” — Tim Devine, AKQA Executive Director of Innovation “It's like that Japanese principle of continuous improvement, kaizen, where you're kind of constantly looking to do things better. That's what we want to see in the gaming world. — Robin Spinks, Head of Inclusive Design at RNIB “We've always really prioritized accessibility along the way. But I think in terms of the journey of, even where we started when I first joined the team a few years ago versus now, I think the bar honestly just keeps getting higher and higher.” — Kaitlyn Jones, Program Manager: Xbox Accessibility Team “I'm just happy to see the disabled community is finally getting the assistance they need. It's taken a while and it's still gonna take a while, but we're going in the right direction.” — Elaine Abdalla, creator of BlindGamerChick YouTube Channel Contact Us: Contact us at email@example.com with your innovative new technology ideas for people with vision loss. Pertinent Links: Lighthouse Guild RNIB Accessible Video Games Page Xbox Accessibility Guidelines BlindGamerChick YouTube Channel On Tech & Vision: Training the Brain: Sensory Substitution
This is a conversation with Danielle Collins from the 2023 Charleston Open where she and Desirae Krawczyk won the doubles title.Danielle was a singles finalist in the 2022 Australian Open, a doubles semifinalist at Wimbledon that same year, and reached a career-high in singles of #7 in the world in 2022.This episode is a little different because it's the first time I've had a “singles player” on the show to discuss doubles.Danielle and I discuss:Why Danielle is playing more doubles alongside her singles schedule, and how it helps her singles game.How playing in an 80+ doubles league as an 8-year-old helped her improve.Her 2022 Australian Open singles run compared to her doubles semifinal run at Wimbledon.Her experiences in college tennis where she played at Florida before transferring to Virginia (she won 2 NCAA singles titles there).You will also learn why she loves the camaraderie in doubles, what she is working on, her favorite tournaments, a book recommendation, and how to make doubles more popular.See the shownotes for this episode here: https://www.thetennistribe.com/danielle-collins-interview/**Doubles Ebooks** These guides offer proven advice to improve your doubles strategy.25 Winning Doubles Tactics: https://www.thetennistribe.com/25-winning-doubles-tactics/Return Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/return-strategy-for-doubles-ebook/Serve Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/serve-strategy-for-doubles-ebook/***Download your free doubles guide to learn how to force errors and get more easy volleys at TheTennisTribe.com/doubles-guide/. ***Tennis Gear reviews: The best racquets, shoes, bags, & moreRead our written doubles lessons hereSubscribe to our YouTube Channel for video lessons
Jonathan Stark, winner of both the French Open and Wimbledon doubles, two-time All American tennis player at Stanford and four-time Davis Cup player, comes on the show to discuss Netflix's "Break Point" episode 3: "California Dreaming".We discuss coaching, player's diets and the mental game of playing each point as if its the last.
The country's oldest amateur tennis tournament, The Ojai Tennis Tournament, affectionately known as "The Ojai" returns April 26-30 with 1,400 players and 500 volunteers. Steve Pratt and Brian Teacher join us to talk about the tournament's astonishing history and importance to the world of tennis. Teacher, multiple Ojai champion, winner of the Pac-8 single and doubles title in 1974 and a member of the UCLA squad that won the NCAA title in 1974 and 1975, was recently entered on the Wall of Fame in Libbey Park. Pratt, communications director of the tournament, was on hand to talk about Teacher's incredible career as well as The Ojai's return to full vigor after three years of pandemic-related interruptions and curtailments. There was also pickleball talk. Teacher, once ranked no. 7 in the world, went pro after UCLA and won the Australian Open in 1980. Along the way, he beat legends like fellow UCLA Bruins Arthur Ashe and Jimmy Connors. He now runs his eponymous Tennis Academy in South Pasadena. He has also developed an application called Full Court Teaching App that keeps comprehensive records of a player's games and form and allows coaches from all over the world to analyze and advise. It also makes it easier to hire coaches and get real-time help from anywhere with an internet connection. We talked about the changes in the game since Teacher's pro days, the physical demands of the sport and of all high-level athletics, the rigors of the road and where tennis goes next. The behind-the-scenes glimpses into the massive logistical challenge of The Ojai was also discussed. We did not talk about Robert Peary's North Pole expedition, why hot water freezes faster than cold, or the development of the Wankel engine.
Barry King, Davis Cup champion in 2011, helps break down episode 5, "King of Clay" from the Netflix hit, "Breaking Point".
[From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2020] On today's episode, I spoke with Marc Sophoulis, Head Coach at Melbourne International Tennis School, about how you can become a complete player. Marc has coached many pros, including Anastasia Rodionova, Arina Rodionova, Dane Propoggia, and Victor Hanescu. He has also been a part of the Bryan Brothers team for 6 years at the Australian Open. Marc has spoken at conferences around the world, has been a commentator for professional tennis matches, and has also been featured in my Tennis Summits each year. He is the Director and Head Coach the Tennis Menu, an awesome new instructional tennis site which you should definitely check out (link below). On the show, you'll learn the essential skills you must develop to become a well-rounded tennis player, proven tips and strategies to level up your game, important lessons Marc learned while working with the Bryan Brothers, how tennis coaches can maximize their impact, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Marc! Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! thetennismenu.com The Tennis Menu Facebook Marc Sophoulis Twitter Marc Sophoulis Instagram Equipment: Theraband Medicine Ball Books Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the podcast, I meet one of the top juniors from 2022 who has just recently turned pro - Jakub Mensik.In our conversation, Jakub tells us all about his famous 2022 Australian Open boys' singles final and what is was like to train with Novak Djokovic. I also ask Jakub about how he's dealing with all the media attention and what the jump from junior to pro was like.Hope you enjoy it,FabioHave you seen the Functional Tennis Saber?Check it out here and don't miss the video of Stan Wawrinka crushing the ballThis podcast is sponsored by ASICS. ASICS is a Japanese company founded in 1949 with the purpose of giving more people the opportunity to experience how sport and movement can have a positive impact on mental wellbeing.To learn more about ASICS visit their website here: https://www.asics.com/nl/en-nl/sports/tennis/Find us on Social Media:Instagram: Instagram.com/FunctionalTennisYouTube: Functional Tennis PodcastTwitter: twitter.com/functennisWebsite: www.FunctionalTennis.comThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
The art of doubles is front and center this week as the Fantastic Tennis family is spotlighting one of the best doubles teams in the world over the next two weeks. We start today with our favorite fellow lefty, the fantastic....Ellen Perez. With already (5) WTA doubles titles and a career high doubles ranking of world #15, Australia's Ellen Perez is an exciting player that has grand slam glory on her radar this season. Now playing full time with partner, Nicole Melichar-Martinez, Ellen shares stories from her years on tour, why she went the college tennis route, why the Australian Open gives her the most anxiety during the year, as well as her thoughts as to how to make doubles more popular than ever. It's a fun chat with a player that has steadily made herself one of the most sought after and consistent partners in women's doubles today. If you love doubles, you'll love our show today. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-guerrica/support
It's a wrap on Indian Wells! The tournament with unique conditions, hard courts slow as clay, and a reputation as the fifth grand slam, gave tennis fans around the world plenty of entertainment, and nerds like us plenty to think and talk about.Elena Rybakina powered her way through to win her first-ever WTA 1000 title, and did so with a bang: by completely blowing 2022 champion and World No.1 Iga Swiatek off the court in the semifinals, and taking her sweet revenge over World No.2 and Australian Open champion (b. Rybakina in final) Aryna Sabalenka.Carlos Alcaraz did not drop a set in the tournament, seeing off rivals Felix Auger-Aliassime, Jannik Sinner, and Daniil Medvedev, in convincing wins. The level of tennis Alcaraz is playing, the level of fitness, on-court awareness, tennis IQ, and shot-making, are all out of this world, and it's VERY hard not to keep hyping him and believing he can ascend to the level of the all-time greats.Let us know your thoughts! Talk to us on social media :)Follow Tennis and Bagels: Twitter @TennisAndBAGELSAndre Rolemberg @RolembergAndreVansh Vermani @vanshv2kOwen Lewis @tennisnationCheck out Popcorn Tennis!Twitter: @Popcorn_Tennis1Website: popcorntennis.comThanks for listening!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/tennis-and-bagels. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Elena Rybakina and Carlos Alcaraz are the 2023 Indian Wells champions. Rybakina got her first victory over Aryna Sabalenka to get some semblance of revenge for the Australian Open final, while Alcaraz destroyed Daniil Medvedev. On one final pod from Indian Wells, Catherine, David and Matt discuss the incredible first set between Rybakina and Sabalenka, the return of Sabalenka's double faults, what Rybakina's victory means for the WTA Tour, the tactical elements which helped Alcaraz to dominate Medvedev, our desperation to see Alcaraz go up against Novak Djokovic, and much more. ROLAND GARROS TICKET OFFERWe have a 15% discount for Tennis Podcast listeners to buy Roland Garros tickets and hospitality packages, courtesy of Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours.Just go to tours4tennis.com/podcast click the banner for the Roland-Garros promotion and enter our special discount code for Tennis Podcast listeners when you check out, which is 15LOVE15LOVE Coupon Code is only valid on purchases for eligible 2023 Roland-Garros Ticket packages on www.tours4tennis.com made between 9pm ET on THURSDAY, March 16, 2023 through 11:59p.m. ET on SUNDAY, April 9, 2023. “15LOVE” Code is limited to one use per customer, not valid on previous purchases, and not useable with any other offer / discount. Your total savings will be revealed when you head to tours4tennis.com, add an eligible package to your cart, & enter “15LOVE” at checkout. Not valid on hotel packages, or other events offered by Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours, or any of its subsidiaries. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.orgLINKSBecome a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows. Friends also get a 5% discount on Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Indian Wells final will be a repeat of the epic Australian Open final between Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina. Sabalenka's victory over Maria Sakkari was no surprise, but Rybakina's 6-2 6-2 demolition of Iga Swiatek certainly was. Catherine, David and Matt analyse what went wrong for Swiatek and why that match-up causes her so many problems. Ahead of the men's semis, the next instalment of #DoorsteppedByDavid sees him speak to Juan Carlos Ferrero for more insight into Carlos Alcaraz's career. ROLAND GARROS TICKET OFFERWe have a 15% discount for Tennis Podcast listeners to buy Roland Garros tickets and hospitality packages, courtesy of Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours.Just go to tours4tennis.com/podcast click the banner for the Roland-Garros promotion and enter our special discount code for Tennis Podcast listeners when you check out, which is 15LOVE15LOVE Coupon Code is only valid on purchases for eligible 2023 Roland-Garros Ticket packages on www.tours4tennis.com made between 9pm ET on THURSDAY, March 16, 2023 through 11:59p.m. ET on SUNDAY, April 9, 2023. “15LOVE” Code is limited to one use per customer, not valid on previous purchases, and not useable with any other offer / discount. Your total savings will be revealed when you head to tours4tennis.com, add an eligible package to your cart, & enter “15LOVE” at checkout. Not valid on hotel packages, or other events offered by Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours, or any of its subsidiaries. For questions, please email email@example.comLINKSBecome a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows. Friends also get a 5% discount on Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Muhammad Ali Quotes on Life, Champions & Boxing (Wisdom Radio) Who was Muhammad Ali? Muhammad Ali, original name Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., (born January 17, 1942, Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.—died June 3, 2016, Scottsdale, Arizona), American professional boxer and social activist. Ali was the first fighter to win the world heavyweight championship on three separate occasions; he successfully defended this title 19 times. Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., grew up in the American South in a time of segregated public facilities. His father, Cassius Marcellus Clay, Sr., supported a wife and two sons by painting billboards and signs. His mother, Odessa Grady Clay, worked as a household domestic. Serena Williams poses with the Daphne Akhurst Trophy after winning the Women's Singles final against Venus Williams of the United States on day 13 of the 2017 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 28, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (tennis, sports) When Clay was 12 years old, he took up boxing under the tutelage of Louisville policeman Joe Martin. After advancing through the amateur ranks, he won a gold medal in the 175-pound division at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and began a professional career under the guidance of the Louisville Sponsoring Group, a syndicate composed of 11 wealthy white men. In his early bouts as a professional, Clay was more highly regarded for his charm and personality than for his ring skills. He sought to raise public interest in his fights by reading childlike poetry and spouting self-descriptive phrases such as “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” He told the world that he was “the Greatest,” but the hard realities of boxing seemed to indicate otherwise. Clay infuriated devotees of the sport as much as he impressed them. He held his hands unconventionally low, backed away from punches rather than bobbing and weaving out of danger, and appeared to lack true knockout power. The opponents he was besting were a mixture of veterans who were long past their prime and fighters who had never been more than mediocre. Thus, purists cringed when Clay predicted the round in which he intended to knock out an opponent, and they grimaced when he did so and bragged about each new conquest. On February 25, 1964, Clay challenged Sonny Liston for the heavyweight championship of the world. Liston was widely regarded as the most intimidating, powerful fighter of his era. Clay was a decided underdog. But in one of the most stunning upsets in sports history, Liston retired to his corner after six rounds, and Clay became the new champion. Two days later Clay shocked the boxing establishment again by announcing that he had accepted the teachings of the Nation of Islam. On March 6, 1964, he took the name Muhammad Ali, which was given to him by his spiritual mentor, Elijah Muhammad. For the next three years, Ali dominated boxing as thoroughly and magnificently as any fighter ever had. In a May 25, 1965, rematch against Liston, he emerged with a first-round knockout victory. Triumphs over Floyd Patterson, George Chuvalo, Henry Cooper, Brian London, and Karl Mildenberger followed. On November 14, 1966, Ali fought Cleveland Williams. Over the course of three rounds, Ali landed more than 100 punches, scored four knockdowns, and was hit a total of three times. Ali's triumph over Williams was succeeded by victories over Ernie Terrell and Zora Folley. (Brittanica) All My Links: https://linktr.ee/karatjuicepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/karatjuicepod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/karatjuicepod/support
SportsTech Allstars: Startups & Key Initiatives
Interviewing Machar Reid, Head of innovation at Tennis Australia and General partner at Wildcard Ventures Wildcard Ventures is a venture capital fund focused on SportsTech startups, led by Tennis Australia and supported by prominent figures in the tennis industry. In this conversation, Machar discusses the Australian Open's objective of becoming the most accessible and enjoyable sports event globally. To accomplish this objective, they continuously invest in innovation. He elaborates on how, a decade ago, the Australian Open perceived innovative ideas from a client's perspective, but now they view these ideas from the lens of an investor. This strategy allows them to achieve higher returns rather than expending resources to adopt new innovations. Machar, also discusses the startups that AO Startups & Wildcard ventures has invested in and how they are not limited to supporting tennis but also emerging racquet sports. To learn more, visit https://www.wildcardventures.vc/ and https://aostartups.ausopen.com/ Hosted by Rohn Malhotra from SportsTechX - Data & Insights about SportsTech startups and the surrounding ecosystem.
Daniil Medvedev's winning streak continues at Indian Wells while defending champion Iga Swiatek is back to her brutal best — Peter Marcato joins the Round Table to discuss the major talking points of the first week of competition, Todd Woodbridge believes Holger Rune could be the ‘John McEnroe' of his generation, British young guns Jack Draper and Emma Raducanu reveal what drives them on and off the court, and Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley reveals his goals for the 2024 Australian summer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kamau Murray is joined by Brian Teacher, the 1980 Australian Open men's singles champion who's new passion is changing how the game is coached and taught with technology. Teacher explains how it all came together to win a grand slam trophy, and what it was like competing against Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, & other legends of his era. And the SoCal native explains how he's helping to change the game with Full Court Tennis, an app that makes it easy to coach & teach remotely for players at all levels. Whether you're a professional looking for improvements that will take you to the next level, or a recreational player just trying to better your game, Brian Teacher's app has got you covered and he explains why in great detail. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Die BNP Paribas Open laufen in dieser Woche noch. Zeit genug, mal ein Interview mit einem der deutschen Profis zu führen. Andreas hat Dominik Koepfer zu Gast, der in der letzten Woche beim ATP Challenger in Puerto Vallarta gegen Daniel Altmaier in der ersten Runde verloren hatte. Koepfer kommt in diesen Wochen von einer langwierigen Verletzung zurück, die ihn im letzten Jahr daran hinderte, einen vollen Turnierplan spielen zu können. Angefangen hatte diese Verletzung, die starke Schmerzen im Arm hervorruft, schon Ende 2021. Zahlreiche MRT wurden gemacht, doch eine wirkliche Diagnose konnte nicht gestellt werden. Auch eine OP kam deswegen nicht in ...Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten. kostenlos-hosten.de ist ein Produkt der Podcastbude.Gern unterstützen wir dich bei deiner Podcast-Produktion.
Abigail Johnson returns as guest contributor alongside George Bellshaw and Calvin Betton to look over this week's biggest stories, including: - A statement week for Daniil Medvedev after winning his third title of the season and, more significantly, beating Novak Djokovic fairly comfortably and ending a 21-match win streak. - Novak Djokovic will not be in Indian Wells or Miami despite his request for an exemption gaining support from US senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio, and the USTA. Carlos Alcaraz will return to world No 1 if he wins IW as a result... - Alex De Minaur won his first ATP 500 in Acapulco, beating Tommy Paul in the final and picking up a strong win over Holger Rune en route. - Naomi Osaka, who is on a career break after announcing her pregnancy, has been spotted on court with Andre Agassi watching on! - Marta Kostyuk is at last a WTA champion, winning the title in Austin and reaching the top 40 in the world for the first time. - Donna Vekic beat Caroline Garcia in the Monterrey to move to No 20 in the world, just one place short of her career high. We also answer some of your questions, including: Wazza asks on Twitter: At the Australian Open many players were complaining about the balls and I read similar comments in Dubai. What can be done to fix this issue? Rahul Misra asks on Twitter: Who are the players (both ATP and WTA) outside the top 50 who could make a giant leap up the rankings this year? This is your opportunity to line yourself up for an "I told you so" in December Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two-time Grand Slam winner and former #20 Men's Singles and #1 Men's Doubles player in the world, Richey Reneberg comes on the show to break down episode 2 of Netflix's "Break Point".Richey discusses the parallels between today's top stars trying to take down Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokokovic to his career trying to unseat Pete Sampras, John McEnroe and the inconquerable, Andre Agassi.
The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast
Roscoe Tanner has had a singular life to say the least.Armed with a carbonated left arm and a quick toss explosive style cannon of a serve serve he won the Australian Open in 1977, and in 1979 he reached the finals of Wimbledon, losing a tough five setter to Bjorn Borg, which marked the beginning of NBC's Wimbledon coverage.He go to 4 in the world. In 1992 he was imprisoned in Germany and extradited to the United States where he would spend the better part of 20 years in and out of trouble, mostly for alimony, paternity, and as a result- various forgeries.We discussed it all.RecordedThe Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast is Powered by Diadora Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers your comments, including: does Stefanos Tsitsipas have a better Australian Open resume than Daniil Medvedev, is Pete Sampras tier 1, will Jack Draper win a major, thoughts on Jannik Sinner's win over Tsitsipas and Carlos Alcaraz's return in Buenos Aires, do professionals watch this show, what is the ideal forehand grip, did Karen Khachanov make two straight hardcourt semifinals as a result of improvement, should young tennis players participate in other sports, reflections on the current state of the YouTube channel, re-visiting Novak Djokovic's 2011 leap, is the time allotted for changeovers currently optimized, what is the difference between Tennis Channel, TC+ and T2, and why one viewer enjoys WTA over ATP. 00:00 Intro 01:09 Tsitsipas or Medvedev AO 05:10 Alcaraz and Sinner This Week 10:03 Do Players Watch MMA 11:40 The Best Forehand Grip 14:00 Did Khachanov Improve 16:53 Nadal with Kyrgios's Serve 17:55 Multi-Sport Development 20:10 YouTube Success 21:58 Djokovic's 2011 Leap 24:25 Changeover Time 28:03 Tennis Channel Explainer 31:12 WTA vs. ATP Entertainment 32:29 Outro --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monday-match-analysis/support
“On a football field, I didn't pass the eye test,” said Mike Guevara (aka Mike G). Despite describing himself as short and slow and facing prejudice from being one of few on the football field with both Asian and Mexican descent, Mike battled his way to a college football scholarship and starred as a wide receiver. His work ethic, self-discipline, and quest for continual improvement has even earlier roots in his upbringing as the son of a 20-year US Army veteran.When his football career ended, Mike translated his passion for training himself into coaching others. Earning an internship at The Training Factory, he put in long hours, did everything his colleagues didn't want to do, and sought mentorship from veteran coaches. Within a few years, he'd worked his way up to being performance director and helped prepare Victoria Azarenka to win two Australian Open titles and Olympic tennis gold. When another coach left, he took over the training of eventual NBA champion Jrue Holiday, which led to also coaching his brothers, Anthony Davis, and many other pros. As well as coaching athletes independently, Mike and his wife launched the GBG (Greatness Breeds Greatness) app, which offers NBA-level coaching to players of all ages and abilities.Listen up as Mike shares:· Which 5 qualities create success in coaching and life· Why passion, hard work, and persistence lead to winning· How finding joy in coaching everyone prepared him to excel with elite athletes · Why “figure it out” is one of his guiding principles· What role being prepared and committing to daily excellence play in his continued growthKeep up with Mike G on Instagram @mrdoitmoving and check out the GBG app at https://gbghoops.com/ and on the GBG Instagram feed @gbg.hoops.
Longtime reporter and broadcaster Jon Wertheim has been with Sports Illustrated since 1996. He is also an analyst for Tennis Channel. Recently, he began doing non-sports reporting for the CBS Show 60 Minutes. In this episode, Wertheim discussed the recent passing of his longtime SI colleague Grant Wahl. He also discusses the current state of Tennis, including a discussion about the recently completed 2023 Australian Open. He weighed in on the debate for tennis of 2 out of 3 set matches being a better viewing experience than 3 out of 5 set matches. He also talked about the state of streaming, and the NBA's issue with load management. He also went into detail about a story he did for 60 Minutes about Prince and a tour of Paisley Park since the musician's passing. He also discussed Seth's previous involvement with Prince. Follow Jon Wertheim on social media @jon_wertheim.
New blood is the talk of the pod this week. Alycia Parks, Wu Yibing and Artur Fils are at embryonic stages of their careers, but goodness me they are exciting. We talk about why, cover all of the main results and news stories that have taken place since The Australian Open, and get pumped for what is to come. ON LOCATIONThis edition of The Tennis Podcast is sponsored by On location, the premium experience and hospitality provider. On Location will be sending us to the BNP PARIBAS Open in Indian Wells on one of Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours packages to produce lots of new podcasts. To check out their packages to Indian Wells, Miami and all of the Grand Slam tournaments, go to tours4tennis.com/podcastLINKSBecome a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows. Friends also get a 5% discount on Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode, Brian Rosenthal (@RosenthalRazor) joins the show to recap the biggest six storylines of the last two weeks in sports. We start out with thoughts on Razor's biggest insights: The Australian Open. We also discuss his Buffalo Bills loss against the Bengals and the X's and O's of why Razor feels the Bengals are still the best team in the AFC. We discuss Kansas City's injuries to the secondary and Wide Receivers, and how they may change their offensive gameplan against Philadelphia in the Super Bowl. Razor breaks down 49ers vs Eagles and Giants vs Eagles, the 49ers/Bengals/Kansas City's inability to run the football this weekend, and Razor's Super Bowl moneyline pick. We wrap up by discussing Tom Brady's second retirement (for good) CKSAML Productions Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 3: Kawhi Leonard – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 4: What Happened in 2018?? – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify Part 5: The Fall – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
Cancel culture comes for Tony Romo as people on the internet claim the NFL broadcaster almost said a racial slur on the air. Speaking of cancel culture, one year after coming under fire for not getting the vaccine, Serbian professional tennis player Novak Djokovic clinches his 10th Australian Open title and returns to the world No.1 ranking. In politics, Joe Biden publicly repeats the debunked AMTRAK story again. A dad band recreates the Home Depot commercial theme music by using pipes, trashcans and hammers and tubes in the aisle of the Home Depot. In nature news, cats have faster reflexes than snakes. And TV Producer Adler proves he is ready for the arrival of his second child, coming later this week, by showing us home security footage of him hitting his head while wearing only his underwear. He's ready. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
California cops shoot and kill black double amputee wielding knife. Tennis player Victoria Azarenka blasts reporters at Australian Open over political questions about Russia and Ukraine. Jordan Peterson on Disney Exec's claim of having transgender and pansexual children. Female MSNBC host reveals myocarditis scare.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tony opens the show by talking about the Conference Championship games, and also about the Australian Open. Noah Petro from NASA calls in to talk about the comet that is passing by earth now, Barry Svrluga calls in to give his thoughts on the Chiefs and the Eagles winning, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Jeremy Wilko “Back to the Country” ; “Sweet Forgotten Love” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Today we're talking about the tragic death of Tyre Nichols and the aftermath, which included riots and calls for social justice, many claiming that the killing was due to "systemic whiteness," despite the cops who killed him all being black. It's a very good thing that the officers are being held accountable, yet it's incredibly sad to see the reaction immediately shift to race. What really constitutes justice in this case? We look at how the officers involved were hired due to lowered department standards and the lie that law enforcement is rooted in white supremacy. Then, we look at Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic's win at the 2023 Australian Open. He is said to be the best tennis player in the world, but was left unable to compete in the 2022 Australian Open after he was deported because he chose to remain unvaccinated. We take a look at his big win and how much sweeter it is after he stuck to his guns. In contrast, we look at a Finnish transgender farmer turned ice skater who was allowed to skate at the European Figure Skating Championships despite being ... not good. We finish off with a look at progressivism and the destruction of beauty that comes from it. --- Timecodes: (00:57) Tyre Nichols (34:00) Novak Djokavic (28:30) Finnish "ice princess" (44:20) Progressive ugliness --- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold — protect your future with gold. Text 'ALLIE' to 989898 for a free, zero obligation info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with gold. My Patriot Supply — prepare yourself for anything with long-term emergency food storage. Save $200 off a Three-Month Emergency Food Kit (and free shipping) when you go to PrepareWithAllie.com. Patriot Mobile — go to PatriotMobile.com/ALLIE or call 878-PATRIOT and use promo code 'ALLIE' to get free activation! Epic Will — be intentional about your family, your values and your wishes. Go to EpicWill.com/ALLIE and you'll save 10% on your complete Will package. --- Links: Neil Shenvi: "A Short Review of Morrison's Be The Bridge" https://shenviapologetics.com/a-short-review-of-morrisons-be-the-bridge/?fbclid=PAAaZ8FTsd-ACpS4C3OwUdRvRq-taUHavQgqRe9z1SkxLgHIl4CxPhPpE2bSQ New York Post: "Memphis cops charged in Tyre Nichols murder hired after PD relaxed job requirements" https://nypost.com/2023/01/28/memphis-cops-in-tyre-nichols-murder-hired-after-pd-relaxed-job-standards/?utm_source=NYPTwitter&utm_medium=SocialFlow&utm_campaign=SocialFlow%20https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1619463157348442113?s=12&t=2pDV_RaU6O4yjVXTO-MPEg --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 480 | Better Than ‘Be the Bridge:' Biblical Unity | Guest: Monique Duson https://apple.co/3Yb0ggW Ep 745 | Life as a Duggar & Letting Go of Legalism | Guest: Jinger Duggar Vuolo https://apple.co/406v846 --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zedcast - The Tyler Zed Podcast
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The Memphis Police Department disbanded its controversial SCORPION unit after Tyre Nichols’s death. USA Today explains why. The Washington Post has family remembrances of Nichols. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is visiting the Middle East as new violence has flared between Israelis and Palestinians. The Guardian has more. ABC details the FDA’s plans to ease blood-donation restrictions on gay and bisexual men. The Philadelphia Eagles will face the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. ESPN has a preview. Novak Djokovic and Aryna Sabalenka are the new Australian Open champions. Sports Illustrated has key tournament takeaways.
Story #1: Tragedy & Injustice in Memphis, Tennessee. Story #2: Novak Djokovic wins the Australian Open. Story #3: A conversation with the Host of First Take on ESPN, and author of the new book, Straight Shooter, Stephen A. Smith. Tell Will what you thought about this podcast by emailing WillCainPodcast@fox.com Follow Will on Twitter: @WillCain Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Novak Djokovic is a 10-time Australian Open winner and 22-time Grand Slam champion after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets on Sunday. Catherine, David and Matt discuss the match, why we were a bit disappointed by Tsitsipas' performance, the enormously emotional reaction from Djokovic when he won, what this means for the Grand Slam Race, and much more. *WIN A 3-NIGHT STAY AT THE MIAMI OPEN!*On Location, our Australian Open sponsor, has given us one of Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours packages to the Miami Open presented by Itau, in March to give away to one lucky Tennis Podcast Newsletter subscriber! For full details, go to tours4tennis.com/podcastBecome a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wow. We wanted a great final and we got a spectacular one as Aryna Sabalenka came from a set down to beat Elena Rybakina and win her first Grand Slam title. Catherine, David and Matt gather in Garden Square to react to the match, discuss Sabalenka's journey to this point, and consider what it might mean for her career. There's also live reaction to the Sensations - Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler - winning the men's doubles title, a round up of all the results including wheelchair matches and juniors, before a segment with Jim Courier to preview Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas. Our full chat with Jim is available exclusively for Friends of The Tennis Podcast. *WIN A 3-NIGHT STAY AT THE MIAMI OPEN!*On Location, our Australian Open sponsor, has given us one of Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours packages to the Miami Open presented by Itau, in March to give away to one lucky Tennis Podcast Newsletter subscriber! For full details, go to tours4tennis.com/podcastBecome a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows. Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tony opens the show by talking with Jeanne about the Oscar nominations, and he also talks to Liz about the Australian Open. Richard Justice calls in to talk about the Hall of Fame vote and also about Arte Moreno keeping the Angels, Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday phones in to give her thoughts on the Oscars, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : MindRipp “Color Me So Bright” ; “Edith Keeler” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin assess the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. They also discuss Tony Dungy's history of anti-gay rhetoric, and whether NBC and the NFL should do something about it. Finally, Slate contributor Isaac Butler joins to talk about the rise of American men at the Australian Open and Netflix's tennis reality series Break Point. NFL (5:37): The biggest takeaways from the weekend's games. Dungy (26:19): Should the ex-coach still be on television? Tennis (47:49): Who are all these new American stars? Is Break Point worth watching? Afterball (1:11:37): Josh on Shannon Sharpe, Vernon Maxwell, and NBA fracases. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Does Brock Purdy have the Joe Burrow je ne sais quoi? Mike Schur takes too long to get to his Stat of the Day and hates talking about yips. He also opens more baseball cards and touches on bad Sutgotz predictions, what Cowboys coaches have to look like, and Kent Tekulve. Then, Dan doubles down on Josh Allen's stupid face, Jess is getting into the Australian Open through Netflix, and Mike Ryan blesses us with his Point Break Minute. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dean Saddoris is back to help us break down the first episode of the new Netflix documentary series “Break Point,” which documents up-and-coming tennis stars during the 2022 Grand Slam season.Gifted “bad boy” Nick Kyrgios and his play during the Australian Open is the focus of episode 1. He has no coach, only plays tennis nine or ten weeks a year, and has an explosive on-court personality. We explore whether some athletes are so gifted that coaching and consistent, disciplined practice might make them LESS successful. We kick off the episode with a conversation about a series of IG posts by @goob_u2 detailing scandals within the USPA and the federation's unwillingness to deal with them. Dean Saddoris of Caffeine & Kilos is back for this discussion. You can find Dean on IG @deansaddoris.ck and at caffeineandkilos.com Listener resources: Break Point on IMDB That IG post about the USPA____ Have a question for one of our Friday “One Good Question” episodes? Hit us up on social media and use the hashtag #onegoodquestion. If your question is picked, you'll get something special from us! Join our Discord for free! https://discord.com/invite/XVvJ5eNzdq Check out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com https://www.thirdstreetbarbell.com/ and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co https://3sb.co/! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP! Check out our podcast website: 50percentfacts.com https://www.50percentfacts.com/ 50% Facts is a Spreaker Prime podcast on OCN – the Obscure Celebrity Network. ____ Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) https://www.instagram.com/silentmikke/ and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). https://www.instagram.com/thejimmcd/ Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald. Theme by Aaron Moore.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss what Nadal has left after losing in the Australian Open, which win was the Biggest; K-State, Iowa State or Kentucky and Booger McFarland joins the show for 5 Good Minutes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elon Musk is heading to court in a case that goes back to a series of tweets about Tesla from 2018. The Wall Street Journal explains. Defector argues that Damar Hamlin’s injury is a moment to rethink health care for NFL players. The Washington Post reports on why tens of thousands of Israelis are taking to the street to protest their country’s new government. Novak Djokovic’s road to potential redemption begins now at the Australian Open. ESPN has the story.