American tennis player
Laura Siegemund has lived an incredible life in tennis. She was born in Filderstadt, Germany and was identified as talent by the German federation at a young age, culminating with a big win at the 2000 Orange Bowl where she won the twelves. With a coach that eschewed the traditional path of playing junior events, from the age of 13 until she was 24 she played in pro tournaments, losing matches, until it became too frustrating, too emotionally hard. And that's where the story becomes amazing. The former World #27 and the current #5 doubles player in the world discussed her incredible path, her controversial 1st round match at the US Open vs Coco Gauff, her experience at the WTA Finals, as well as her opinions about the WTA. She was earnest and plain speaking and we had a great chat. Recorded 11.20 Released 11.29The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast is Powered By Diadora. Today's show is also brought to you by Vacation® - creators of the legendary Ball Boy Scented Candle, made exclusively with Prince® Tennis. Use my code "SHAPIRO" for 15% off the Vacation® Ball Boy Scented Candle. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The 2023 season started and ended with Iga Swiatek as the player to beat, but it wasn't a repeat of her utterly dominant 2022. A new elite separated itself from the field, as Sabalenka won her first Slam and achieved the #1 ranking, Coco Gauff won the US Open, Marketa Vondrousova shocked Wimbledon, and Rybakina scored three wins over Iga. Off the court, it was an unusually busy year in terms of WTA business news and rising player discontent over scheduling, finances, and plain respect. We'll do a chronological recap of the season and talk about the overarching trends and biggest winners, followed by your contributions for the things that made you angry in 2023, the funniest moments, and what you'll remember about the season. 01:20 Launching our 2024 Go Fund Me 09:35 The big winners of the 2023 season 16:10 Where was the WTA Tour at the start of 2023? 19:10 Recapping the season: Sabalenka's Australian Open and the winter season 27:50 Clay was all about the “big 3,” but Muchova almost snatched 35:10 Vondrousova, the unexpected 43:15 The hardcourt summer made Coco Gauff a superstar 57:25 Superlatives, statistics, and picking the winners of the WTA Awards 01:09:35 Our 2023 breakout players: how'd we do? 01:12:10 WTA Business: CVC investment, safeguarding, WTA Finals bids, and testing the waters on Saudi investment 01:17:10 The moments you'll remember from the 2023 season 01:21:50 The moments that made you mad: the Madrid disaster takes the cake 01:28:00 Your funniest moments of 2023: poor Kerrilyn 01:34:10 Retirements and comebacks
In this episode, I interview one of the greatest tennis coaches ever. Coach Rick Macci has coached tennis for over 40 years. He's helped five players reach world #1 including Serena and Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, Maria Sharapova, and Jennifer Capriati. If his name sounds familiar, it may be because Rick was portrayed by Jon Bernthal in the movie "King Richard".Rick shares several entertaining stories from when he coached these players, the type of mindset he encourages players to adopt, and stories from their junior days. One interesting part of the episode is his explanation for why he thinks playing doubles is especially helpful for younger professional players. He uses Coco Gauff as one example.We also discuss:How often the Williams sisters played doubles as juniors & 2 rules he made them follow.What a club player should look for (and not look for) when searching for a coach.How to develop confidence in strategies that you're uncomfortable with (like poaching!)The mindset players need on the court against pushers or counter-punchers.His favorite doubles drills. You'll get a lot out of this episode in terms of strategy and mindset. Rick has a new book coming out called Billion Dollar Mind that we chat about as well. At the end, Rick talks about how he likes to use video to help club-level players improve. Something I'm a big advocate of and use all the time myself.See the shownotes for this episode here: https://www.thetennistribe.com/rick-macci-interview/**Doubles Strategy Courses** These video courses will help you play smarter doubles and make winning easier.25 Winning Doubles Tactics Video Course: https://the-tennis-tribe.teachable.com/p/25-winning-doubles-tacticsLeague Doubles Training Masterclass Video Course: https://the-tennis-tribe.teachable.com/p/league-doubles-training**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/Net Play Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/net-play-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
Lucy and Eugene look back at the weekend where we had involvement in four finals in one day. Shout out to Ben Shelton, Gael Monfils and Felix Auger-Aliassime for entering the 2023 winner's circle. Antwerp runner-up Arthur Fils has the attention of a lot of people, not just new coach Sebastien Grosjean. We share our thoughts on the chaos in Cancun at the WTA Finals – Iga Swiatek storming the field, Coco Gauff getting her first wins at the “showpiece" event and Ons Jabeur making a brave statement. Also, we reflect on the Paris Masters and look ahead to the Billie Jean King Cup Finals. Show notes in full at blackspinglobal.com Keep commenting, liking, sharing and subscribing – we appreciate you all. #BlackSpinGlobal
This week's show features two titans in the broadcast industry as Chanda Rubin & Patrick McEnroe join the podcast. Rubin recaps Iga Swiatek's dominance at the WTA Finals, where she hoisted the trophy and reclaimed the #1 ranking in the world. The Tennis Channel broadcaster also recaps the standout seasons for Coco Gauff & Jessica Pegula, previews the action at the Billie Jean King Cup, and discusses another new mother on tour in Belinda Bencic. And then Patrick McEnroe, one of the prominent voices in all of tennis, joins the show to discuss how he carved his own path in the game he loves. McEnroe explains what it was like growing up with his megastar brother John, how he honed his broadcast skills, and what his strategy was for serving as the USA captain in the Davis Cup. He also goes in depth about his new role as president of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and why he hopes to re-energize the sport through his new position. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Willkommen zur neuen Ausgabe von Chip & Charge dieses Mal mit dem Jahresendturnier bei den Damen und dem letzten Masters-Turnier bei den Herren. WTA-Finals fallen buchstäblich fast ins Wasser Die WTA Finals waren in diesem Jahr ein ziemliches Desaster. Das Wetter spielte nicht mit, der Court war nicht immer zuverlässig, das Interesse der Zuschauenden vor Ort auch eher durchschnittlich. Nicht mal der Zeitplan konnte eingehalten werden. Trotzdem gab es Spielerinnen, die besser mit den Bedingungen klarkamen als andere. Dazu gehörte auch Jessica Pegula, die bis zum Finale ungeschlagen blieb. Ihr kompaktes Spiel ist nicht so fehleranfällig wie das von anderen Teilnehmerinnen. Im ... WERBUNG 10 Euro gratis bei NEO.bet Sichert euch 10 Euro gratis beim Wettanbieter NEObet, ganz ohne Einzahlung. Einfach den Promotion-Code tennis10 bei der Registrierung auf neobet.de eingeben und sofort mit den 10 Euro loswetten. Link zur NEObet-Registrierung: https://neobet.de/de/Sportwetten#account/Account 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.
In this episode, I talk with John Williams about his unique approach to coaching, training, and mentoring athletes. At the core of his teaching is the Hippocratic oath. He discusses how he adapts and adjusts to various athletes from different athletic discipline, including NFL players, ballerinas, and even exotic dancers. He touches on his approach to building trust among his students, and how that helps him reach students with more complicated backgrounds. We land, at the end, on tennis and some of its current stars, including Novac Djokovic, Rafael Nada and current US Open champion Coco Gauff.
Dan Kiernan is the coach of 2023 US Open Champion Gaby Dabrowski, ATP doubles team Lloyd Glasspool & Harri Heliovaara, a podcast host, and a former podcast guest from earlier this year.Dan chatted with me and Tennis Tribe doubles writer, Hanlon Walsh, from the WTA Finals in Cancun a day after Gaby and her partner, Erin Routliffe, beat the top seeds, Coco Gauff & Jessica Pegula, in straight sets. In this conversation, we discuss the match, the game plan, and a specific phrase Dan told the players when up a set and 3-1... "start again". I asked him what that meant.Some of my favorite interviews are with coaches because they have a way of articulating what happens on the court so that we can use it in our own matches better than most players. Dan is one of those coaches. His answers are thoughtful, complex, and applicable to your own doubles game and life.Enjoy!Check out Dan's Podcast here: https://www.controlthecontrollables.co.uk/**Doubles Strategy Course** This video course will teach you the best doubles tactics for serving, returning, rallying, and approaching so that you'll have a winning plan for every point.25 Winning Doubles Tactics Video Course:https://the-tennis-tribe.teachable.com/p/25-winning-doubles-tactics**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/Net Play Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/net-play-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
Welcome to another episode of TC Live! Join Geoff Chizever, Lindsay Davenport and Andy Roddick as they breakdown all of the action from ATP Paris and the WTA Finals from Cancun, including big wins from Grigor Dimitrov and Novak Djokovic. The crew also previews the upcoming matchups of Iga Swiatek vs. Aryna Sabalenka and Coco Gauff vs. Jessica Pegula, as well as honoring tennis legend and pioneer Bonnie Logan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The group stages of the WTA Finals are over and Catherine and Matt are together to discuss the No.1 being on the line between Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka, a semi-final to savour between doubles partners Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff, the way in which the tournament has been affected by incredibly windy conditions, and the players voicing their frustration. OUR LINKS:Become 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)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hear from the best voices in tennis broadcasting, as Lindsay Davenport and Paul Annacone join this week's podcast. Davenport breaks down the WTA Finals in Cancun, with Jessica Pegula and Iga Swiatek pacing the field in the early days of the event. The Hall of Famer explains how dedicated Aryna Sabalenka has been to reach #1, dives into Coco Gauff's maturity, and analyzes how Elena Rybakina would be better served to show some emotion. Davenport also chats about the honor of being selected as the USA Billie Jean King Cup captain starting next year, and the surplus of talent in American women's tennis. And then Paul Annacone sits down to discuss how Jannik Sinner & Felix Auger-Aliassime reached the winner's circle last weekend, and where the men's game sits at the tail end of 2023. The legendary coach of Roger Federer & Pete Sampras is currently working with Taylor Fritz, and Annacone evaluates the top ranked American's season that was unfortunately cut short due to injury. Annacone puts Novak Djokovic's year into perspective, discusses Andy Murray's next move, and previews all the action in store at this week's ATP Paris Masters as well. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andre and Owen talk WTA match-ups and how the many permutations can greatly affect results at the WTA Finals in Cancun. Will Aryna Sabalenka continue to establish herself as No.1? Can Elena Rybakina prove herself as a fighter on top of being one of the best servers in today's women's tennis? Will Iga Swiatek be able to re-establish herself with her first WTA Finals title? Plus all the other great players who are looking to end the season on top after extremely tight competition all year. Coco Gauff will look to keep the momentum going after her US Open victory and prove it was not just a dream run; Ons Jabeur and Marketa Vondrousova, the Wimbledon finalist and champion, will look to find good form again and keep themselves close to the top 4. Jessica Pegula will try to lift her game and show that she's more than just a consistent player. And closing the field, Maria Sakkari will try her best to show she belongs among the WTA tennis elite with a strong performance, after coming in as an alternate with the withdrawal of Karolina Muchova due to injury.On the ATP Tour side, a couple more weeks are still left until all is said and done for 2023. But one of the most improved players of the year, Jannik Sinner, is looking very sharp and ever-so dangerous after his second consecutive win over Daniil Medvedev in the Vienna final. An extremely physical battle, where Sinner showed his improved physical endurance as well as patience to outplay one of the fittest players on tour, and one of the best defenders to step on a hard court in Daniil Medvedev. One thing is still left for Jannik: to prove himself in the Grand Slams and maybe even get a win over all-time great Novak Djokovic.Lastly, Andre gives a shoutout to compatriot Félix Auger-Aliassime for his inspiring run to his title defense in Basel (with some unbelievable serve stats on his side.)Let Paris-Bercy give us its best!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.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/tennis-and-bagels. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Preview of the WTA Tour Finals 2023 (Cancun, Mexico), where the top 8 women in the WTA Race face each other to decide who becomes the World Tour Finals Champion. Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka, Coco Gauff, Elena Rybakina, Jessica Pegula, Ons Jabeur, Marketa Vondrousova, Maria Sakkari. ❤️ SUBSCRIBE TO GTL: https://bit.ly/35JyOhz ▶️ JOIN YOUTUBE MEMBERSHIP: https://bit.ly/3Fk9rSr
Matthew Futterman (@MattFutterman) is an award-winning tennis journalist who has worked for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and now, The Athletic. He has authored two books and is working on a third, about tennis, called "The Cruelest Game".This episode is a little different. You're not going to get doubles strategy out of this one, but you will get some deep insights into the world of pro tennis, why it isn't as popular in the US, and why doubles, specifically, has struggled.Matt has covered our sport for the better part of the last two decades interviewing singles stars like Novak Djokovic, doubles specialists like Austin Krajicek, and more. We discuss ideas on how tennis might change the format of doubles to make it more appealing. He also explains why Novak Djokovic is such a fascinating player and person.Matt shares three stories of his that you should read:Austin Krajicek Nearly Gave Up on Tennis to Sell InsuranceAbuse in Tennis https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/25/sports/tennis/tennis-predatory-coaches.html https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/23/sports/tennis/usta-coach-sexual-assault.html https://theathletic.com/4928508/2023/10/05/us-tennis-sexual-abuse-pam-shriver/Coco Gauff and the Unknown of Being a Grand Slam Champion
Nico Pereira returns to the podcast to recap the first title for Ben Shelton, and what his career high ranking of #15 means for himself & American men's tennis. Pereira breaks down a wide range of tennis topics including Gael Monfils winning the Stockholm Open, Holger Rune working with the legendary Boris Becker, and Maria Sakkari replacing the injured Karlolina Muchova in the upcoming WTA Finals. And he also explains what it was like to put together another standout Latin American tennis exhibition, with Venus Williams taking on hometown hero Monica Puig in Puerto Rico. And then esteemed journalist Matt Futterman joins the show to discuss a wide-range of tennis topics, including his upbringing in New York City at the time of the game's boom in America. Futterman discusses which young players on the ATP & WTA are worth paying attention to, what it was like covering Coco Gauff & Novak Djokovic's US Open title runs, and provides an in-depth update into the ongoing suspension saga of Simona Halep. Previously with the New York Times, Futterman now spearheads some outstanding tennis coverage with The Athletic, and he discusses several pieces he's written on this episode. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lucy and Eugene catch up on all the goings-on since the US Open. Shout out to the LTA! Jasmine Paolini has been killing it and is at a career-high ranking (30), US Open champion Coco Gauff reached the semis in China but how many people knew that? And Ben Shelton's phenomenal debut season continues as he makes deep runs in Asia. Also, Serena Williams received well-deserved fashion recognition, Naomi Osaka and Wim Fissette are back working together and Maria Sharapova made a good point about tennis's inability to market itself. Head over to blackspinglobal.com for show notes in full. #BlackSpinGlobal
Broadcaster Ari Wolfe returns to the show to discuss the battle for supremacy atop the men's game, with the veteran Novak Djokovic currently keeping the young superstar Carlos Alcaraz at bay. Wolfe breaks down Hubie Hurkacz's Masters Title in Shanghai, Sebastian Korda & Ben Shelton making their move in American men's tennis, and Coco Gauff's crossover appeal. And then Dana Mathewson, the top ranked American Wheelchair player in the world, joins the show for an inspiring chat about getting the most out of life and finding your passion. Mathewson explains how she took to her sport, being insanely competitive, and what her run to a Wimbledon doubles title was like last year, becoming the first American to do so. The self-proclaimed "change agent" is working to remove the stigma surrounding people with disabilities, and explains how sports and finding your calling can is crucial to overcoming whatever adversity is in your way. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Economic Update is now back to its regular programming schedule with a new episode released every Monday. We couldn't be happier, more relieved and more excited to get back to creating the show we all have known, needed and loved since 2011 and to celebrate, we're going to release a few batches of "binge-worthy" episodes you will only find here and on our website. So stay tuned, make sure you've subscribed to our channel, follow us on social media and of course be sure to sign up our website: www.democracyatwork.info And as always, we thank for your attention, support and solidarity. The d@w Team ********************************************************************************* [Economic Update S13 E37] Today's Agents of Change: Strikes, Unionization & Labor Militancy ********************************************************************************* "Updates on how Social Security makes African-Americans subsidize whites, lessons from a new survey of young Americans' politics, the injustice of Europe's central bank raising its interest rates, Taylor Swift publicly supports Hollywood strikers, and Coco Gauff publicly supports climate change activists. Interview Mike Elk, Editor of The Payday Report, tracking the strike wave across America and especially the huge autoworker's strike." Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff is a @democracyatwrk production. We make it a point to provide the show free of ads and rely on viewer support to continue doing so. You can support our work by joining our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/democracyatwork Every donation counts and helps us spread Prof. Wolff's message to a larger audience.
"She has the ability to be the greatest player ever, even better than Serena and I never thought I'd say that.” The BBC's Sue Barker isn't alone. Coco Gauff is expected to take over the tennis world. This week Simon and Devang take a deep dive into Gauff's career so far and reckon with the weight of expectations. Sick of hearing all the ads? Subscribe to Soda Premium on Apple Podcasts to get rid of them! Come join the Patreon family for bonus content, access to the exclusive discord server and ad free episodes. Follow @OpenEraPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang or reach out to the show and say hey: firstname.lastname@example.org If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Open Era 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4188908/advertisement
International Tennis Hall of Famer and TC's own Pam Shriver returns to the podcast to discuss all the action taking place during the Asian Swing, which included Iga Swiatek collecting another trophy. Shriver discusses Coco Gauff's growth, her favorite WTA rivalries, and why Ben Shelton is built for the bright lights. She also breaks down Carlos Alcaraz's hunt for the top ranking, the struggles of Stefanos Tsitsipas, and how she became a coach of Donna Vekic. And then Gill Alexander from the VSIN Network joins for a chat about sports betting, where he is a mainstay in the growing industry. Alexander recounts how he carved out his path, his love of tennis, and how he approaches betting on such a dynamic sport. It's a unique persprctive that you won't want to miss. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Western and Southern Open will stay in Mason through 2050. The surprise announcement came in a video featuring 2023 champions Novak Djokovic and Coco Gauff telling fans the tournament was staying. Warren County Commissioner David Young joins Willie to tell us how this happened, and what the tournament will look like going forward.
Take a listen as Steve and David give a Beijing and Shanghai update. Steve and David discuss the great run of Jannik Sinner and also discuss Coco Gauff's sixteen match win streak before it finally came to an end losing to Iga Swiatek in the semifinals in Beijing. Find "Court-Side with Beilinson Tennis": Tennis Channel Podcast Network: https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/10/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtsidewithbeilinsontennis Instagram: https://instagram.com/court_side_with_beilinson Twitter: https://twitter.com/Court_Side_w_BT Website: https://www.beilinsontennis.com/
Catherine, David and Matt are back to talk about Iga Swiatek's title run in Beijing where she cut out the unforced errors, re-established her dominance over Coco Gauff, and looked free and unburdened on court. On the men's side, Jannik Sinner went from vomiting in a bin against Grigor Dimitrov to beating Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev in back-to-back matches. Just how impressive were both Swiatek and Sinner? There's also discussion about the main storylines from Shanghai so far, the Australian Open becoming a 15-day event, the completion of the WTA Finals line-up, and Stefanos Tsitsipas splitting with Mark Philippoussis. BJK CUP FINALS: Some of the world's best tennis players will meet in Seville at the Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge Finals from 7-12 November. Tickets for the showpiece finale of the women's World Cup of Tennis are on sale now – book your place in the stands today! https://www.billiejeankingcup.com/en/finals/ticketsVISIT THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN IN STYLE: The Tennis Podcast during the US Open was brought to you in association with AO Travel, who can take care of your flights, premium accommodation, tournament tickets and behind-the-scenes experiences. They can now offer access to the all-new AO Travel Lounge, which overlooks Rod Laver Arena and Grand Slam Oval and is exclusively available for AO Travel Guests. Check out what AO Travel has to offer.If you're a Friend of The Tennis Podcast, we can provide you with a $500AUD discount code, so just write to us at email@example.com to receive it. OUR LINKS:Become 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)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Just in time for the US Open finals, evian, the official water of the US Open and Maria Sharapova took over a Circle Line Cruise boat to host New York City's first floating tennis court—and Racquet was there for all the action. Our cultural attaché (and former WTA Top 10 player) Andrea Petkovic hosted a "waterside chat" with the five-time Grand Slam champion and evian hydration ambassador, who discussed some memorable moments from her tennis career, including her transition to retirement and parenthood, how important it is to build a good team and the role hydration plays in winning on one of the world's most renowned tennis courts, as well as what she sees in the newest Slam winner, Coco Gauff. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Drs. Nii & Renee discuss:Is there a Deion Sanders-like person in medicine?Coco Gauff wins the US Open vs the long journey of becoming a doctorDr. Qaali Hussein's video on fitting into medicinePhysician Burnout & Depression Report by Medscape discussionCatching up with Dr. Steven Bradley, Host of The Black Doctor's Podcast. Dr. Steven Bradley IG: @stevenbradleymdWATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE!Join our communityText word PODCAST to 833-230-2860Twitter: @drniidarkoInstagram: @docsoutsidetheboxEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPodcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.comMerch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.comThis episode is sponsored by CVS Health - Healthy Conversations Podcast. Healthy Conversations, a CVS Health podcast, offers insights on innovations in health care. SUBSCRIBE TODAY!Set For Life Insurance. What the Darkos use for great disability insurance at a low cost!! Check them out at www.setforlifeinsurance.com
In early September, 19-year-old Coco Gauff won the U.S. Open. She is the first American teenager to win the tournament since 1999, when 17-year-old Serena Williams took the crown. Gauff has said Serena is the reason she plays tennis. She is her tennis idol, and for good reason. Serena Williams has won 23 Grand Slam titles – more than any player in the Open era. But before becoming a household name, Serena was a girl from Compton with a drive. This week on "Making", Brandon Pope revisits the years before anyone knew Serena's name. Hear from the people in the room and on the court during her evolution to tennis prodigy, including her sister Isha Price, former tennis pro Chanda Rubin, and childhood coach Rick Macci.
Onika Mclean and Nonye Brown-West visit friends and discuss how they all need that fire lit to get a win, Coco Gauff's win, flipping 45 the bird in Iowa, and more with host Marina Franklin. Onika McLean, born in North Carolina, and raised in East New York Brooklyn, is a single mother of two, legal professional, and a sharp comedian whose no-nonsense perspective on life, love, single motherhood, and her mid life crisis is taking the comedy arena by storm. She was the fan favorite on Bravo Television's, The Single's Project. She is the winner of the Sloshed Comedy Competition and the Rising Stars Comedy Competition in London.Onika performs regularly at LOL and Times Square and passed at Comic Strip Live and has Dangerfield's, New York Comedy Club, New York Stand, Broadway Comedy, Village Underground, and the. She runs a monthly show entitled Cosmic Comedy. Nonye Brown-West is a New York-based Nigerian-American comedian and writer. She has been featured in the Boston Globe's Rise column as a Comic to Watch, as well as in NPR, PBS, ABC, Sway In The Morning, and the New York Comedy Festival. Nonye made her acting debut in The Sympathy Card, now available for streaming on Vudu, Apple, Amazon, and Google Play. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf.
Gizelle and Robyn talk about school lunch, Gizelle's B-Day, NYFW, Deion Sanders, student-athlete communications, Coco Jones, Coco Gauff, the Renaissance Tour, housewife taglines, 50 Cent, Shady Gizelle, and more! +Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReasonablyShady +Get in touch with the show: whatsup (at) reasonablyshady (dot) com || Keep up with us on IG: ReasonablyShady || Follow Robyn: robyndixon10 || Follow Gizelle: gizellebryant || See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the MalloryBros. podcast, the guys start with some week reflection and talk Gunna's performance at the Barclays Center. They then speak to the Colorado State Football Coaches comments about Deion. The guys then react to Bow Wow's comments on growing up a celebrity and missing the regular life memories. They then give advice for those thinking about moving out of your parents house. Terrance highlights the recent findings that Rotten Tomatoes Scores are fluffed. This leads to a conversation about the power of hidden dollars in the industry. They speak to Nicki Minaj. hosting the VMA's and speak to her feud with Cardi and Meg. They also speak to the fact that Victoria Monet was wrongfully turned away by the VMA's. Terrance gives rightful flowers to Coco Gauff. They do Course of Action, reflect on the NFL's first season and make picks for week 2!
After claiming the U.S. Open's Women's Singles championship this week, Atlanta-born tennis star Coco Gauff paused to, in the words of ESPN's SportsCenter, “soak it all in.” What she was really doing was kneeling with eyes closed and head bowed. In other words, she was praying, or as she told reporters later, “just saying thank you.” At just 19 years old, Gauff is only the third American teenager to win the U.S. Open, the most recent being Serena Williams in 1999. She broke onto the tennis scene by defeating Venus Williams at Wimbledon when she was 15. All the while, her faith in Jesus Christ has been clear. She told The New York Times last year that she prays with her dad before every match—not for victory, but for the good health of both players. As she told reporters this week, “I don't pray for results. I just ask that I get the strength to give it my all.” Amen. That's a prayer we should all soak in.
In this episode, we discuss the following topics: DID YOU KNOW: 10:55 - Sugar Healing 18:00 - Snail Teeth Topics 24:40 - Obama on crack 35:20 - Coco Gauff wins US Open 50:45 - Ashton and Mila's apology blunder 1:26:15 - Cop City protester's RICO charges Patreon: http://patreon.com/isthemicstillon Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/IsTheMicStillOn/ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/isthemicstillon Check Out More Dead End Podcast Network Programming Dead End Gaming: http://bit.ly/deadendgaming Frames Per Second: http://bit.ly/fpspodcast Chris Platte Strictly Hip-Hop and Strictly Hoop Talk: http://bit.ly/chrisplatte Any Given Sunday: http://bit.ly/anygivensundaypod Dead End Sports: http://bit.ly/deadendsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pennsylvania manhunt ends with an arrest, Hurricane Lee update, Mitt Romney announced an end to his political career, Coco Gauff's record setting viewership, Aaron Rodgers vows to come back, Liam Payne back in the hospital, private Eras Tour Movie screening rooms, USA Today looking for Taylor Swift & Beyonce reporters, DWTS cast revealed, Adam Sandler Tour, Olivia Rodrigo Tour and $20 tickets, Ken on the ballot for the National Toy Hall of Fame, Bill Maher returning to work despite the strike, new SIA & more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sam and Lynn recap the NWSL's last Challenge Cup match, Coco Gauff's historic U.S. Open win, and Lynn being called into the USWNT's September camp. Then, World Cup champion and San Diego Wave defender Abby Dahlkemper joins the show to talk her return from injury and life in San Diego.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Demi in Bali; Robin Roberts gets married; Coco Gauff's big win; Hip Hop 50 at the VP's House; Lionel Richie DGAF; Spain's soccer president (finally) resigns; A real life Strawberry Letter; Steve defends his girl; the $95M hand job. ABOUT ME: http://www.demetrialucas.com/about/ STAY CONNECTED: IG: demetriallucas Twitter: demetriallucas FB: demetriallucas YouTube: demetriallucas Visit https://carawayhome.com/RESPECTABLE to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase. Get 20% OFF @honeylove by going to https://honeylove.com/ratchet #honeylovepod https://sakara.com/RATCHET for 20% off your first order. Go to https://masterclass.com/RATCHET for 15% off an annual membership. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://betterhelp.com/RATCHET and get on your way to being your best self. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin talk about Coco Gauff's big breakthrough at the U.S. Open. They also discuss Texas' win over Alabama, and whether the Longhorns are back, baby. Finally, the Washington Post's Ben Golliver joins to assess Team USA's non-medal-winning performance at the FIBA Basketball World Cup. Coco Gauff (2:48): Why her first grand slam victory felt so monumental. Texas-Alabama (26:50): Are the Longhorns rising up or is the Crimson Tide on the way down? FIBA World Cup (44:49): Why did Team USA flop again? Does it matter? Afterballs (01:13:15): Joel on Willie Jeffries and Stefan on how Billie Jean King and a deodorant manufacturer secured equal pay for women at the U.S. Open in 1973. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys throw their hands up in the air after that thud at Lumen Field before some podcast housekeeping including a Patron membership offer and Beat the Boys update. Segment one features reaction to the blowout loss to the Rams in week one, impressive performances by Wazzu and UW, and the continued September slump for the Mariners. Four guests on today's episode are ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson and Hawkblogger writer Brian Nemhauser, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and author of Rocket Men John Eisenberg. “Other Stuff” stories range from Deion Sanders' current recruiting venture to the who's who collection of notable names to watch Coco Gauff win in Queens to a grotesque story about a non-wiping woman. GUESTS Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst John Eisenberg | Rocket Men author TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | We waited an entire Seahawks offseason full of hype and excitement for that?! 7:07 | Details about a special offer to become a Patron of Mitch Unfiltered for FREE are shared. 12:26 | Mitch reveals the code word for the upcoming slate of Beat the Boys matchups. 17:14 | You couldn't have drawn up a worst-case scenario for the Seahawks to begin their season at home. 20:14 | Kudos to the Cougs and Dawgs for their 2-0 starts to kick off the college football season! 23:34 | Are the Mariners slip-sliding their way out of the playoffs! 35:11 | GUESTS: Brady and Brian join Mitch at the Seahawks No-Table to discuss the key takeaways from Sunday's loss and the injury report heading into the week. 1:01:02 | GUEST: Rick is back with the second week of the college football season in the rearview mirror including a major upset in Tuscaloosa. 1:28:21 | GUEST: Acclaimed sports author John Eisenberg previews his new book Rocket Men which chronicles the history of black quarterbacks in the NFL. 1:51:53 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as Primetime's latest recruiting target, the impressive list of celebs in attendance for Coco Gauff's US Open final, and a woman who hasn't used toilet paper in over two years!
Stephen A. recaps the NFL's opening week. His visit to Colorado to watch the Buffs defeat Nebraska. He also marvels at Coco Gauff's U.S. Open victory, and the dismal display by the U.S. at FIBA World Cup. On The Stephen A. Smith Show, Smith gives you his renowned point of view, breaking barriers beyond the world of sports, and tackling pertinent issues across entertainment, pop culture, society, business, and politics. Three times a week, you'll hear his LIVE unfiltered opinions on the day's biggest headlines as well as straight-shooting interviews with top celebrities, game-changers, and thought leaders across the societal arena. The Stephen A. Smith Show is sure to entertain, inform, and motivate anyone who tunes in. 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
The three-hundred-sixtieth episode of the DSR Daily Brief Stories Cited in the Episode: Biden meets Li Qiang, says China economic 'crisis' makes Taiwan invasion less likely The United States marks 22 years since 9/11, from ground zero to Alaska Kim Jong Un reportedly en route to Russia as Vladimir Putin arrives in Vladivostok for potential meeting Disgraced football chief Luis Rubiales resigns over World Cup kiss scandal Russia hails unexpected G20 'milestone' as Ukraine fumes Earthquake in Morocco: Rescuers Reach Remote Mountain Villages as Aid Trickles In Novak Djokovic tops Daniil Medvedev to win US Open, 24th major 'As many as I can': Coco Gauff not putting number on Slam goal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Megyn Kelly begins the show paying tribute to the memory of September 11, George W. Bush's incredible moments 22 years ago and how they impacted the country, Americans coming together and uniting through the devastation, and more. Then Alan Dershowitz, author of "Get Trump," joins to discuss how some on the left want to use the 14th Amendment to potentially block Trump from the 2024 ballot, whether this issue has any validity, the terrible precedent this sets and whether the Supreme Court will get involved, the New Mexico Governor suspending the Second Amendment after a recent shooting involving children, how her gun order is unconstitutional, staying mentally sharp thanks to a strong enemies list, and more. Then Marcellus Wiley, host of "Never Shut Up," joins to discuss how the press attacked Novak Djokovic refusing to get the COVID vaccine and now how "No-Vax" wins the Moderna-sponsored U.S. Open, removing the Russian flag next to Russian player Daniil Medvedev, 19-year-old Coco Gauff winning the US Open and her message to her haters, former NFL star Michael Oher's lawsuit against his guardians the Tuohys over the "Blind Side" story, the way some in the press are putting an ignorant racial spin on the story, Trump actually on the campaign trail in Iowa and his reception at the football game, Biden's bizarre ramblings while overseas, Tua's return and the physical and mental toll of football, Wiley's feel-good moments in his football career, his wife's upcoming "Real Housewives" show, and more.Dershowitz: https://www.amazon.com/Get-Trump-Liberties-Process-Constitutional/dp/1510777814Wiley: https://projecttransition.orgFollow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Story #1 - Suspending the Constitution in a State of Emergency: New Mexico Governor Lujan Grisham tried to use a state of emergency to strip away citizens' Constitutional rights. But this isn't the first time government has used emergencies to encroach on our rights. Story #2 - Texas is back! Texas beat up Alabama on Saturday night. People have claimed in the past that Texas “is back,” but they didn't have the talent to sustain it. But this time, they look like the real deal. Story #3 - When are we gonna learn about wage equality? Despite the claims by woman's tennis star Coco Gauff, there are legitimate reasons for the gender pay gap in tennis. Effort isn't what gets you paid. Tell Will what you thought about this podcast by emailing WillCainPodcast@fox.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After we revisit Lucy's take on Lee Corso, we get to her new thoughts on the amount we're already seeing Pat McAfee on ESPN. Then, Mike Schur is here to discuss the Writers Strike, Drew Barrymore, and Coco Gauff, share his Stat of the Day, and issue one of his best Top 5 Lists to-date. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Climate lunatics disrupt the U.S. Open during Coco Gauff match, Gauff praises the protesters. Biden Regime shuts down huge part of ANWR. U.S. Men's basketball team loses to Germany. Coco Gauff on protesters. Clay in mourning over Gavin Newsom's apparent decision not to challenge Biden.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Thursday, climate activists with Extinction Rebellion delayed a semifinal match by 50 minutes between Coco Gauff and Karolína Muchová. Three activists stood up in the crowd and called for an end to fossil fuels. One protester glued their bare feet to the ground. Nineteen-year-old Gauff eventually won the match, sending her to the finals.
Tony opens the show by talking about having problems logging on to his New York Times account, the US Open's scheduling issue, and also about some ice cream Sean brought from New Jersey. Paul Finebaum calls in to talk about Deion Sanders and Colorado, and about LSU's loss to FSU, James Carville and Jeff Ma phone in with their weekend picks, and Tony closes the show out by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Dan Bern “Jared Goff and Coco Gauff” ; “La Cheeserie Night Part 2” 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
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser come together to discuss the biggest topics in sports including if the Chiefs should play Travis Kelce tonight after he injured his knee on tuesday, if Caleb Williams could stay at USC rather than entering the NFL Draft, and if they like the chances of Coco Gauff and Madison Keys meeting the the US Open Women's Final. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NPR looks into schools’ struggle to deal with an alarming increase in teenagers overdosing on fentanyl. Several major festivals have faced serious disruptions recently. The Washington Post looks into why. Coco Gauff is the first American teenager to reach the U.S. Open semifinals since Serena Williams. Reuters has more. And the Wall Street Journal reports on how stars of tennis are carving out time to study the moves of Carlos Alcaraz.
NEW MERCH ALERT! Horse Hockey! tee is now live! davidsamsonpodcast.com Today's word of the day is ‘400' as in Mark McGwire as in Babe Ruth as in Alex Rodriguez as in Giancarlo Stanton. He did it. Last night he became the 4th fastest to join the 400 club! (15:40) NPPOD - we've got Max Scherzer v. Justin Verlander today! First time ever! Two hall of famers. Teammates. (23:20) Review: Telemarketers. (25:50) Where was Ohtani!? Los Angeles Angels had a stand-in for him in the team photos. What? (31:35) It's time to take a trip to the U.S. Open. What happened? Novak didn't lose. American Ben Shelton has arrived. Coco Gauff is making history. (41:20) Are you for this new Vegas giveaway or do you think it's a bit much? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay react to the latest incident of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell freezing up in front of the press (21:51), before discussing the heat-related death of a UPS driver (42:35). Then, an argument on 'Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta' sparks a conversation on anti-Blackness (58:59), and Coco Gauff vs. Laura Seigemund ends in white tears (1:12:33). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Producers: Donnie Beacham Jr. and Ashleigh Smith Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are live at the US Open in Queens, New York with Stephen A. Smith and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo joined by Ryan Clark to debate if they prefer a happy or angry Aaron Rodgers leading the Jets and if the Chiefs should be concerned about Chris Jones holding out. Plus, does the crew expect the Bills to be better or worse this year? Patrick McEnroe joins the show to break down the field at the US Open including Coco Gauff, Novak Djokovic, and Carlos Alcaraz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices