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On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers your comments as the 2023 Asian Swing begins. We cover Novak Djokovic's clutch advantage over Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov's consistent albeit unspectacular year, Matteo Berrettini's downward trend, Rafael Nadal's comments on the GOAT discussion, WTA performance byes, if Laver Cup is an exhibition or an ATP event and more! 00:00 Intro 01:30 Djokovic vs. Federer Clutchness 08:38 Grigor Dimitrov 13:40 Post-Djokovic Era 15:20 Matteo Berrettini 20:20 2013 vs. 2023 ATP 25:32 Nadal Concedes GOAT 29:04 WTA Performance Byes 33:20 Top 5 Tournaments 37:39 NextGen Player Rundown 42:54 Is Laver Cup Exhibition --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
MORE FOOTBALL & PICKLEBALL IN HOUR TWO! (00:33) Senior NFL Writer for The Athletic, Dianna Russini, joins the show! Old colleagues reunite to discuss the death of journalism after incorrect information leaked surrounding the resignation of Bears DC Alan Williams. Dianna gives her take on the comments Justin Fields made referencing the Bears coaching staff (07:20), the relationship status of the Raiders & Chandler Jones (12:50), and the unfortunate reality that she peaked athletically in high school. (20:50) Jenny Golic, Jake's beautiful wife, Jackson's wonderful mother, and Golic's devoted daughter-in-law makes her show debut to rip GoJo a new one after he slandered her Pickleball game in Hour 1. Wild narrative twists and turns about their match. Jenny's appearance ends with her apologizing to Momma Golic for calling her out of her name during the heat of competition. (24:40) GoJo and Golic think Mad Dog is wild for detailing his College Football Saturday. From putting $10k on Colorado to THC gummies, First Take is acting different. (30:52) Jessie helps GoJo and Golic break down the six ranked matchups in college football this weekend, highlighted in this segment by Ole Miss and Lane Kiffin facing off against Alabama and Nick Saban. (35:10) The Oregon Ducks host the Colorado Buffaloes in a game. GoJo will be on the call in Eugene to see Coach Prime in person. Then, they take a closer look at why No. 4 ranked Florida State is only a 2-point favorite over unranked Clemson. (40:41) This, That, and the Third: Professional Spring Football Leagues, the XFL, and the USFL announce a merger, Rafael Nadal weighs in on the tennis GOAT debate, and Roger Federer ain't in it, and Blue Jays pitcher Yusei Kikuchi is the GOAT of sleeping (our thoughts are with his wife and child). Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo and Golic! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling, and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Novak Djokovic surges two titles clear of Rafael Nadal on the career majors leaderboard with a straight-sets statement victory over Daniil Medvedev — how far can he go? Coco Gauff secures her maiden Grand Slam title with a come-from-behind victory over AO champion Aryna Sabalenka — our panel of experts discuss the long-term outlook for the 19-year-old, whether more majors are in the pipeline, and where the result leaves Sabalenka and Iga Swiatek as we approach the WTA Finals and Australian Open 2024.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve and Bobby head into the final hour hearing from Foster Moreau on how Carr is one of the best in the league, how he feels heading into the year, and how excited and "gassed up" everybody is heading into the first game versus the Titans, Christopher Clarey, former New York Times tennis correspondent and author of "The Master - The Brilliant Career of Roger Federer", to talk about the intense heat that players are facing at the US Open and who seems to be the one's getting hot right now, and Clarey's new book on Rafael Nadal, and Steve and Bobby get into the down and dirty as to why players feel the need to use P.E.D's to up their game, and what success is when playing against Derrick Henry?
Richard Mille pioneered a new era of watchmaking with the 2001 launch of the RM 001 Tourbillon, which set a standard for today's billionaires' handshake. The Swiss company is also a close family business, with sons Alex and Guillaume involved, and brand direction now helmed by Mille's daughter Amanda.Amanda Mille sat down with Rodeo Drive - The Podcast to talk about maintaining the image of the world's most advanced and most expensive watches, through creative partnerships with ambassadors including Michelle Yeoh, Charles Leclerc, Nelly Korda, and Rafael Nadal, who form the company's extended “family.”Mille tells host Lyn Winter about a journey into her father's business that began with a move to the Middle East and is full of unexpected moments, like a phone call from Jeremy Strong, Kendall Roy in Succession, about wearing a Richard Mille watch as an expression of his character. He said “we need something a bit more classical in a way, but with a push of modernity,” recalls Mille. She chose to give the detail-obsessed actor an RM 67-01. It was perfect. “Platinum, of course, added the kind of powerness behind Succession and all the stories happening to his character.”She also shares the deep creative relationships with the athletes that sport, literally, Richard Mille watches, helping perfect the product while performing at their best. “When you have someone like Yuliya Levchenko doing high jumping, you need to be sure that the watch doesn't move on the wrist and is still comfortable…Our partners are the only ones that are able to give us the feedback that even a machine will never tell you.”The Mille company is deeply connected with motor-racing, and sponsors Formula One and Le Mans. Amanda Mille shares her love of motorsport and driving, and promises to bring the 100% female, Rallye Des Princesses Richard Mille to California. Finally, she talks about the exclusivity of the company's watches that involve many years of research and development at the end of which come very few new pieces. The wait can be long and tantalizing for people who order one. “We are not laughing at the fact that people are frustrated at not being able to get the watch. We know how difficult it is. But we also know how difficult these watches are to be made,” says Mille.The Richard Mille Beverly Hills boutique is located on Two Rodeo Drive at 222 N. Rodeo Drive.Season four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.Season Four Credits:Executive Producer and Host: Lyn WinterOn behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy GohariScriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances AndertonEditor and Videographer: Hans FjellestadTheme music by Brian BanksProduction Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso.Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/Watch moments from the series on YouTubeJoin us on Instagram @rodeodrive Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers your comments, including: why are players complaining about the balls in Cincinnati, saying something about Rafael Nadal, the top-10 serves among the top-10 players, is Novak Djokovic right when he says tennis is all mental, what determines a good matchup vs. a bad matchup for Daniil Medvedev, how would I train if I had to play a pro, why hasn't Holger Rune won on outdoor hardcourts, is there something wrong with Medvedev's serve, why aren't there many lefties right now, what is Alexei Popyrin's ceiling and what can Alex de Minaur do to reach the next level. 00:00 Intro 01:05 Cincinnati Balls 03:55 Rafael Nadal 05:38 Top 10 Serves 12:58 Is Tennis Mental 16:03 US Open 4-Seed 18:00 Medvedev Matchups 23:07 Gill vs. Pro 27:53 Rune Outdoor HC 30:50 Cincinnati vs. Charlotte 35:36 Medvedev Serve 39:00 No Lefties 40:15 Alexei Popyrin 43:13 Alex de Minaur --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
Sure we remember the epic 2009 Australian Open final between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, but that wasn't the best match of the tournament. Fernando Verdasco gave Nadal everything he could for five hours and 14 minutes, but it wasn't enough. Racquet Magazine's Giri Nathan joins us this week to relive a RLA masterpiece. 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: email@example.com 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
On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers to your comments after Wimbledon 2023, including: why don't some players improve as much as others, will Carlos Alcaraz's success motivate Rafael Nadal's comeback, what can stop Alcaraz from being an all-time great, long-awaited returns to the tour from Milos Raonic, Kevin Anderson, Kei Nishikori and Caroline Wozniaki, disappointing Wimbledon semifinals from Daniil Medvedev and Jannik Sinner, is Alcaraz-Djokovic the match of the decade, did Novak underestimate Carlitos on grass, why do some players prefer the natural surfaces, ranking the top-10 slices, Andy Murray's priorities, Rune vs. Alcaraz, the WTA Big 3, Djokovic serve speed and tennis career would you rather. 00:00 Intro 01:10 Pro Improvement 07:30 Nadal Motivation 11:35 Alcaraz Long-term Obstacles 18:32 Tour Comebacks 24:07 Semifinal Disappointments 29:57 Decade's Best Slam Finals 35:38 Did Djokovic Underestimate 41:14 Natural Surface Lovers 47:36 Ranking Slices 51:57 Murray Outlook 54:55 Alcaraz vs. Rune 58:12 Swiatek, Sabalenka, Rybakina 1:00:58 Djokovic Serve 1:05:18 Career WouldYouRather --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
Adam Romer, redaktor naczelny magazynu "Tenisklub"" opowiada Marcinowi Wesołkowi z "Gazety Wyborczej" o zakończonym niedawno Wimbledonie. I zachwyca się zawodnikiem, który ma dopiero 20 lat, wygrał właśnie swój drugi turniej wielkoszlemowy i na korcie często się uśmiecha. Carlos Alcaraz to kandydat numer jeden na człowieka, który zdominuje męski tenis w najbliższych latach, gdy już z kortu ostatecznie zejdą Rafael Nadal i Novak Djoković. Czy mecze tenisowe na Szlemach są za długie? Czy Marketa Vondrouszova na dłużej zagości w światowej czołówce? Czy Iga Świątek wygra kiedyś Wimbledon? Więcej podcastów na https://wyborcza.pl/podcast. Piszcie do nas w każdej sprawie na: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twenty-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer reflects on his 24-year professional tennis career, his emotional final doubles match with Rafael Nadal, and the time security wouldn't let him into Wimbledon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Novak Djokovic believes the skillset of Carlos Alcaraz combines the best qualities of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and the Serb himself. The 20-year-old Spaniard's stormed to his maiden Wimbledon title and second grand slam to consolidate his ranking as the best men's tennis player in the world. Sportstalk host Jason Pine explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First: After months of debate, the US announces a major new aid package for Ukraine, including controversial cluster munitions. Joining the show to discuss is the National Security Council's John Kirby. Plus: Two weeks after after the Wagner mutiny, is Putin weakened? We get the view with Russia from historian Nina Khrushcheva. And: With all eyes on Wimbledon, we revisit Christiane's candid conversation with tennis great Rafael Nadal. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Novak Djokovic was officially crowned the greatest tennis player of all time, having won his 23rd Grand Slam, the most majors of any tennis player in history. And this, despite the fact that he's been banned from Australia, and I'm ashamed to say here in the United States because he refused to get vaxxed. Highlights: ● “Djokovich has won 10 Australian Opens, seven Wimbledon's, three US Opens, and now four French opens. He's the first tennis player to win all four grand slams at least three times, but it's not just the Grand Slams. He's a master record breaking. Totally unprecedented. 38 Masters titles, and he's earned the number one tennis player ranking for an astonishing 388 weeks staving off the constant threats to knock him off from the, from that position, from the likes of two other Grand Slam masters, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.” ● “But it's Novak's extraordinary character and commitment to principle that's been most noteworthy of late. Despite facing massive criticism, pressure, even from his fellow players and exclusion from certain tournaments, including the Australian Open and US Open, Djokovich remained resolute in his beliefs.” ● “His commitment to his faith allows him to maintain perspective and find strength during challenging times, and Novak openly values his role as husband and father and aims to instill conservative Christian values in his children Novak's dominance in the world of tennis, coupled with his unwavering stance against vaccination, his sacrifices and his conservative orthodox commitments paint a portrait of a remarkable athlete.” Timestamps: [01:58] Who is Novak Djokovic? [05:30] Who's eligible to take advantage of the E.R.C credit? [07:13] Believe that you can create a better future Resources: ● Want free inside stock tips straight from the SEC? Click here to get started now: https://event.webinarjam.com/register ● Join Dr. Steve's Community of Courageous Patriots Building a PARALLEL Conservative World at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club-evergreen/?utm_medium=podcast ● Join my growing FREE Courageous Patriot Network TODAY: https://group.turleytalks.com/telegram-chat-optin ● Go to https://expressvpn.com/turley to find out how you can get 3 months free! ● HE'LL BE BACK! Get your limited edition TRUMPINATOR 2024 Bobblehead HERE: https://offers.proudpatriots.com/ Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you want to get lots of articles on conservative trends, sign up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Detroit Tigers 6, Atlanta Braves 5 – 10 Innings Cubs and White Sox were off Tigers 6, Braves 5 – F/10 – Torkelson lifts Tigers to 6-5, 10-inning win over Braves, stops 9-game skid Spencer Torkelson sparked a three-run, ninth-inning rally against Raisel Iglesias with a two-run homer and hit a game-ending single in the 10th, lifting Detroit over the Atlanta Braves 6-5 to stop the Tigers’ nine-game losing streak. Andy Ibañez began the comeback from a 4-0 deficit with a seven-inning homer and threw out Sam Hilliard at the plate from left field in the 10th as Detroit improved to 7-3 in extra-inning games this year. Atlanta’s Marcel Ozuna was hit on the right wrist by a pitch from Garrett Hill in the fourth and left the game one inning later. Tonight Atlanta (Strider 6-2) at Detroit (Olson 0-1), 6:40 p.m. News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM 6:15 Pittsburgh (Ortiz 1-2) at Chicago Cubs (Taillon 1-4), 8:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Lynn 4-6) at L.A. Dodgers (Gonsolin 3-1), 10:10 p.m. NBA – 2023 NBA Finals – (best of seven) Last Night Denver Nuggets 94, Miami Heat 89 (DEN wins 4-1) Nuggets 94, Heat 89 – Nuggets take home 1st NBA title in rugged 94-89 win over Heat Confetti flying in Denver. The Nuggets sharing hugs while passing around the NBA championship trophy. Scenes that for decades seemed impossible finally turned into reality for the Nuggets. Denver outlasted the Miami Heat 94-89 in an ugly, frantic Game 5 that did nothing to derail Nikola Jokic, who bailed out his teammates with 28 points and 16 rebounds on a night when nothing else seemed to work. The win gave the Nuggets their first title in 47 years in the league. Jokic was named MVP and is the first player to lead everyone in points, rebounds and assists in a single playoffs. NBA – Denver’s Nikola Jokic adds missing piece to impressive resume with NBA title The Denver Nuggets’ first NBA championship cements Serbian center Nikola Jokic as one of the game’s preeminent player. The Nuggets’ superstar was denied a third consecutive MVP this season. But he was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player after dominating the series with Miami just as he did earlier rounds when the Nuggets knocked off Minnesota, Phoenix and the LA Lakers. Jokic finally fully celebrated his impressive run through the playoffs once the Nuggets had secured the first NBA championship in franchise history. NBA – Analysis: Nuggets built a championship team the right way, and built it to last This may be just the start for the Denver Nuggets. They are the newly crowned NBA champions after beating the Miami Heat on Monday night and winning the finals in five games. They have five starters that are all age 30 or under. They have a superstar in Nikola Jokic leading the way and an elite second option in Jamal Murray. They have a roster filled with players who have bought in to be something bigger than themselves. The Nuggets were built the right way and built to last. That’s why they should be in the championship mix next year as well. Women’s National Basketball Association Tonight Washington Mystics at Indiana Fever, 7:00 p.m. Golf – Senator asks LIV Golf, PGA Tour leaders for records on merger The leader of a Senate subcommittee wants the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia’s LIV Golf to present records about negotiations that led to their new agreement and plans for what golf will look like under the arrangement. Sen. Richard Blumenthal sent letters to PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan and LIV CEO Greg Norman spelling out the “serious questions regarding the reasons for and terms behind the announced agreement.” Blumenthal, who is chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said he also wanted to hear the tour’s plans to retain its tax-exempt status. Last week, LIV and the tour stunned the golf world by agreeing to merge the PGA Tour and European tour with the Saudi golf interests, while dropping all lawsuits between the parties. NHL – 2023 NHL Stanley Cup Finals – (best of seven) Tonight Game 5 Florida Panthers at Vegas Golden Knights, 8:00 p.m. (VGK leads 3-1) NHL – Original Golden Knights hope to fulfill owner’s wish of Stanley Cup by 6th year Golden Knights owner Bill Foley was aggressive from the beginning. He said he wanted to win the Stanley Cup in six years. Vegas nearly won it the first year. The Knights made the Stanley Cup Final before losing in five games to the Washington Capitals. High expectations came from the top and came early for the six players who remain from that team. The Knights take a 3-1 series lead into Tuesday’s Cup Final against the Florida Panthers. This is Vegas’ sixth season. NHL – Accustomed to playing with injuries, Panthers prepare for Game 5 The Florida Panthers took the ice for Monday’s practice without several key players, most notably Matthew Tkachuk. The Panthers also were seemingly without any concern as they prepare for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Vegas Golden Knights, down 3-1 in the series. The common theme in the Panthers’ locker room after practice was referring to their 3-1 series comeback in the opening round against the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Boston Bruins. This time, however, it’ll take a lot more than hockey’s so-called “puck luck” in what’s been a hard-hitting, physically challenging, brawl-filled series. Tennis – Novak Djokovic has 23 Slams, so is he the GOAT? He leaves that debate to others Novak Djokovic’s 23 Grand Slam titles put him atop the list for the most in history by a man. He broke a tie with rival Rafael Nadal and is now three ahead of the retired Roger Federer. Djokovic got his 23rd by beating Casper Ruud in the French Open final on Sunday. Djokovic was then asked how it feels to be the greatest male tennis player in history. He did not give a direct answer. But the numbers sure back his case. Most Grand Slam titles. Most weeks at No. 1. The only man to win every Masters 1000 event twice. And so on. He now heads to Wimbledon halfway to a calendar-year Grand Slam. Soccer – Mbappe informs PSG he will not trigger contract extension, AP source says Kylian Mbappe has told Paris Saint-Germain he won’t take up the option of a 1 yea extension on his contract. His current deal expires at the end of next season. The Franch superstar confirmed his decision in a letter to PSG. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment publicly. The person also said PSG would not allow Mbappe to leave as a free agent, raising the possibility of an immediate bidding war by other clubs and potential transfer this summer. MWL – Midwest League Baseball Last Night No games last night Today Wisconsin Timber Rattlers at Great Lakes Loons, 1:05 p.m. West Michigan Whitecaps at Lake County Captain, 6:05 p.m. Peoria Chiefs at Lansing Lugnuts, 7:05 p.m. South Bend Cubs at Cedar Rapids Kernels, 7:35 p.m MHSAA – High School Sports Today Softball – Quarterfinals Division 2 at Kalamazoo College Vicksburg vs. Parma Western, 4:00 p.m. Division 3 at Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids Buchanan vs. Ravenna, 4:00 p.m. Division 4 at Albion College Mendon vs. Fowler, 5:30 p.m. Soccer – Semifinals Division 2 at Holland High School Plainwell vs. East Grand Rapids, 6:00 p.m.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Kerr is joined by Anne-Lise Cremona, CEO of luxury bespoke fragrance house Henry Jacques. Anne-Lise discusses how the maison was born nearly a half century ago from her father Henry Cremona's love of the time-honored French perfume traditions. She also talks about taking over as CEO at a critical time and elevating it to new global heights without losing sight of her roots, why today's consumer has a new appetite for fragrances, the process behind creating and naming a new scent, and how the fragrance collaboration with tennis star Rafael Nadal and his wife Maria Perello came about. Plus: Why it took so long to open a Henry Jacques boutique in ParisFeaturing: Anne-Lise Cremona, CEO of Henry Jacques (parfumshenryjacques.com)Host:Scott Kerr, Founder & President of Silvertone ConsultingAbout The Luxury Item podcast:The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry.Stay Connected: Twitter: @theluxuryitem, @scott_kerr, @silvertone_incEmail: email@example.comListen and subscribe to The Luxury Item wherever you get your podcasts. Tell a friend!
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Arizona Diamondbacks 7, Detroit Tigers 5 Miami Marlins 6, Chicago White Sox 5 San Francisco Giants 13, Chicago Cubs 3 D-Backs 7, Tigers 5 – Diamondbacks score 4 in 9th, beat Tigers for 5th straight win, Detroit’s 9th loss in row Christian Walker hit a go-ahead double with two outs in a four-run ninth inning, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat Detroit 7-5 for a three-game sweep that extended the Tigers’ losing streak to nine games. Detroit led 5-2 in the eighth before Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s RBI grounder. Carroll hit an RBI single in the ninth, and Walker hit an RBI double, with the go-ahead run scoring on left fielder Kerry Carpenter’s error. Geraldo Perdomo followed with a run-scoring single. Marlins 6, White Sox 5 – De La Cruz hits 2-run double as Miami Marlins rally past Chicago White Sox 6-5 Bryan De La Cruz hit a two-run double in Miami’s three-run ninth inning, and the Marlins beat the Chicago White Sox 6-5. Jorge Soler hit two of Miami’s four solo homers, helping the Marlins rally for the victory in the rubber game of the weekend set. Garrett Cooper and Jean Segura also connected. It was Miami’s fifth comeback win in its last seven games and No. 20 on the season. Miami scored five times in the ninth inning of a 5-1 victory on Saturday. The Marlins won for the 8th time in 9 games overall. They’re off to their best start since they also were 37-29 in 2004. Giants 13, Cubs 3 – Pederson, Estrada homer, SS Crawford pitches as Giants rout Cubs 13-3 Joc Pederson and Thairo Estrada each hit two-run homers and drove in four runs as the San Francisco Giants built a six-run lead through five innings and rolled to a 13-3 win over the Chicago Cubs. Blake Sabol added two hits and two RBIs for a Giants offense that banged out 15 hits less than 24 hours after being no-hit for 7 2/3 innings by Chicago’s Kyle Hendricks in a 4-0 loss. San Francisco used John Brebbia as an opener for the second consecutive game. Tristan Beck pitched two innings and earned the win for San Francisco. Gold Glove shortstop Brandon Crawford came off the bench to get the final three outs for the Giants. Yan Gomes had two hits for the Cubs. Tonight Atlanta (Morton 5-6) at Detroit (TBD), 6:40 p.m. News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM 6:15 White Sox and Cubs are off MLB – White Sox closer Liam Hendriks sidelined by elbow inflammation White Sox closer Liam Hendriks has been sidelined by elbow inflammation after he missed the start of the season while he recovered from non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Hendriks was placed on the 15-day injured list before the team’s 6-5 loss to the Miami Marlins. Left-hander Tanner Banks was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte. Hendriks made his major league return from cancer when he pitched an inning against the Los Angeles Angels on May 29. The 34-year-old right-hander is 2-0 with a save and a 5.40 ERA in five appearances this year. NBA – 2023 NBA Finals – (best of seven) Tonight Game 5 Miami Heat at Denver Nuggets, 8:30 p.m. (DEN leads 3-1) NBA – Nuggets try to avoid letdown with 1 win to go for team’s first title Everything from the history books to the way they’ve played through most of the postseason suggests the Denver Nuggets are on the verge of capturing their first NBA title in 47 years in the league. The goal now for Denver is to avoid a letdown against the Miami Heat in what will be the first title-clinching opportunity in franchise history. The Nuggets are trying to keep their minds on hoops, not that trophy, and the mission could be helped by the fact that Miami’s only win in this series came a week ago in Denver. Also, the Heat have won seven road games during the postseason. NBA – Conor McGregor knocks out Heat mascot in bizarre promotion at NBA Finals Former UFC champion Conor McGregor knocked out the Miami Heat mascot in a midgame bit that went wrong. The man who plays “Burnie,” briefly sought medical attention Friday night after taking two punches from McGregor during a third-quarter stoppage of Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Heat and the Denver Nuggets. The Heat said Saturday that the employee wearing the flame costume, who was not identified, received pain medication and was resting at home. NHL – 2023 NHL Stanley Cup Finals – (best of seven) Tuesday Game 5 Florida Panthers at Vegas Golden Knights, 8:00 p.m. (VGK leads 3-1) NHL – Golden Knights try not to think of Stanley Cup returning to Vegas on verge of title The Vegas Golden Knights left Florida on the verge of winning the Stanley Cup. The trophy will be in the building the next time they play. That’s back at home in Game 5 of the final on Tuesday night against the Panthers. But the immediate task at hand for players and coaches is not to dwell on how close they are to the franchise’s first title. The Golden Knights have shown all playoffs and throughout this series that they are championship-worthy. NHL – Status of Tkachuk is biggest question facing Panthers down 3-1 in Cup Final The status of leading scorer Matthew Tkachuk is the biggest question facing the Florida Panthers down 3-1 to Vegas in the Stanley Cup Final. Tkachuk left for a stretch during the third period of Game 4 because of an undisclosed injury. Coach Paul Maurice said any of his injured players would be treated before and after flying to Las Vegas for Game 5. Florida would make history by becoming the first team in 81 years to erase a 3-1 deficit in the final. Women’s National Basketball Association Yesterday Las Vegas Aces 93, Chicago Sky 80 Phoenix Mercury 85, Indiana Fever 82 Aces 93, Sky 80 – Wilson has 21 points, 10 rebounds as Aces cruise to 93-80 win over Sky A’ja Wilson had 21 points and 10 rebounds, Chelsea Gray added 19 points on 8-of-9 shooting and the Las Vegas Aces beat the Chicago Sky 93-80. Kelsey Plum had 16 points and Jackie Young scored 14 for Las Vegas. Marina Mabrey led Chicago with 20 points. Kahleah Copper scored 18 points and Dana Evans added 10 points and eight assists. Mercury 85, Fever 82 – Griner, Cunningham lead fourth-quarter rally, Mercury defeat Fever 85-82 Brittney Griner scored 29 points, Sophie Cunningham scored 11 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter, and the Phoenix Mercury defeated the Indiana Fever 85-82. Indiana built a 67-59 lead entering the fourth quarter before Cunningham hit two 3-pointers to spark a game-tying 8-0 run. NaLyssa Smith scored five straight points for Indiana and the Fever led 77-72 near the five-minute mark, she also finished with 29 points. WNBA –Mercury make travel ‘adjustments’ following airport incident with Griner Phoenix Mercury coach Vanessa Nygaard says the WNBA team will adjust its travel plans following Saturday’s incident in the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Nygaard would not say what changes will be made, citing league policy and safety concerns about the team’s future road trips. Brittney Griner’s teammates say they were startled when a “social media figure” confronted Griner at the airport. Airport officials eventually escorted the team’s players to a different room with more privacy. The league says it approved charter flights to all road games this season for the All-Star after she returned from detainment in Russia. Golf – Nick Taylor wins Canadian Open, first Canadian champion since 1954 Nick Taylor became the first Canadian in 69 years to win his national open, holing a 72-foot eagle putt on the fourth playoff hole to beat Tommy Fleetwood in the RBC Canadian Open. Taylor tossed his putter into the air and jumped into the arms of his caddie after the longest made putt of his PGA Tour career. Fellow Canadian players Mike Weir, Corey Conners and Adam Hadwin were among those who ran out to the green to congratulate him. Hadwin was tackled on the green by a security guard. The last player from Canada to win the Canadian Open was Pat Fletcher in 1954 at Point Grey in Vancouver. Tennis – Djokovic wins his 23rd Grand Slam title by beating Ruud in the French Open final Novak Djokovic has won his men’s-record 23rd Grand Slam title with a 7-6 (1), 6-3, 7-5 victory over Casper Ruud in the French Open final. Djokovic broke a tie with Rafael Nadal for the most major singles trophies in the history of men’s tennis. Nadal is a 14-time champion at Roland Garros who missed the tournament because he is injured. Djokovic adds to the French Open titles he earned in 2016 and 2021. He is the only man with at least three titles from each major. He also won 10 trophies at the Australian Open, seven at Wimbledon and three at the U.S. Open. NASCAR – Martin Truex Jr. surges to 4th career Sonoma Raceway victory Martin Truex Jr. has won at Sonoma Raceway for the fourth time. He passed Chase Elliott for the lead after a late restart and held off Kyle Busch for his second NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season. Truex confidently drove his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota to another victory on the hilly road course at the base of Northern California wine country, where he also won in 2013, 2018 and 2019. Only Jeff Gordon with five has more victories at Sonoma than Truex, who earned the 33rd win of his Cup career and his second in the last six races. NCAAFB – Michigan to face USC and UCLA in Big Ten’s new schedule rotation in 2024 Southern California and UCLA will both face Michigan during their first season as members of the Big Ten Conference in 2024. Next year will be the first season with 16 teams and no divisional format as the top two teams will qualify for the conference championship game. Big Ten teams will continue to play nine conference games. The Crosstown Showdown between USC and UCLA is one of 11 protected rivalries to guarantee it continues every year. MWL – Midwest League Baseball Last Night Wisconsin Timber Rattlers at West Michigan Whitecaps, PPD, Rain Lake County Captains at Great Lakes Loons, PPD Rain Lansing Lugnuts at South Bend Cubs, PPD, Rain Tonight No games tonight MHSAA – High School Sports Saturday Baseball – Regional Finals/State Quarterfinals Division 1 at Novi Battle Creek Lakeview 5, Livonia Franklin 4 Novi 4, Hartland 0 Quarterfinal Novi 12, Battle Creek Lakeview 2 Division 1 at Central Michigan University Traverse City West 6, Caledonia 2 Mattawan 12, Cedar Springs 0 Quarterfinal Mattawan 5, Traverse City West 0 -Mattawan will face Novia in semifinals Thursday at Michigan State University at 11:30 a.m. Division 2 at Kalamazoo College Grand Rapids Christian 8, Lakeshore 2 Olivet 3, Hamilton 1 Quarterfinal Grand Rapids Christian 12, Olivet 2 Division 3 at Cornerstone University, GR Watervliet 5, Chesaning 1 Lansing Catholic 7, North Muskegon 0 Quarterfinal Lansing Catholic 6, Watervliet 4 Division 3 at Adrian College Bridgman 4, Grass Lake 3 Ottawa Lake Whiteford 5, Jackson Lumen Christi 2 Quarterfinal Bridgman 4, Ottawa Lake Whiteford 3 – 9 inn. -Bridgman will face Standish Sterling in semifinals Thursday at Michigan State University at 5:30 p.m. Division 4 at Jackson Lumen Christi Decatur 11, Concord 4 Kal. Hackett 8, Petersburg-Summerfield 6 Quarterfinal Kalamazoo Hackett 7, Decatur 0 -Kalamazoo Hackett will face Beal City in semifinals Friday at Michigan State University at 2:30 p.m. Softball – Regional Semis/Finals Division 1 at Battle Creek Lakeview Portage Central 6, Mattawan 5 Brownstone Woodhaven 4, Saline 0 Regional Championship Brownstone Woodhaven 10, Portage Central 0 Division 2 at Berrien Springs Hamilton 4, Wayland 2 Vicksburg 9, Edwardsburg 4 Regional Championship Vicksburg 4, Hamilton 1 -Vicksburg will face Parma Western in quarterfinals Tuesday at Kalamazoo College at 4:00 p.m. Division 2 at Mason Three Rivers 6, Lake Odessa Lakewood 4 Parma Western 4, Lansing Waverly 2 Regional Championship Parma Western 3, Three Rivers 2 Division 3 at Watervliet Buchanan 13, Coloma 0 Kalamazoo Christian 11, Bronson 1 Regional Championship Buchanan 7, Kalamazoo Christian 1 -Buchanan will face Ravenna in quarterfinals Tuesday at Cornerstone University (GR) at 4:00 p.m. Division 4 at Colon River Valley 6, Decatur 5 Mendon 3, Burr Oak 1 Regional Championship Mendon 8, River Valley 7 -Mendon will face Fowler in quarterfinals Tuesday at Albion College at 5:30 p.m.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
History was made at the French Open where Novak Djokovic passed Rafael Nadal for the most major singles trophies, major-league baseball saw multiple come from behind wins, and the PGA Tour stop needed a playoff to determine a winner. Correspondent Mike Reeves reports.
This is TRT World's Daily News Brief for Monday, June 12th. *) Shelling, fighting resume in Sudan as latest ceasefire ends Heavy artillery fire was heard in Sudan's capital Khartoum and its twin city Omdurman to the north, and fighting also erupted on Al Hawa Street, witnesses said. The latest in a series of ceasefire agreements enabled civilians trapped in Khartoum to venture outside and stock up on food and other essential supplies. But only 10 minutes after it ended on Sunday morning, the capital was rocked again by shelling and clashes, witnesses said. *) Russia, Ukraine swap nearly 200 in prisoner exchange Russia and Ukraine have swapped a total of nearly 200 prisoners, both sides announced. Andriy Yermak, the head of Ukraine's President's Office, said Ukraine is getting back 95 people, including soldiers from the Armed Forces, National Guard and border guards. Yermak said that these soldiers served in Mariupol, Chernobyl, Snake Island, near Bakhmut and Azovstal factory. Meanwhile, the Russian Defence Ministry said that 94 Russian soldiers were released after negotiations with Ukraine. *) EU offers Tunisia $1B to boost economy, curb illegal migration The European Union has offered major financial support to crisis-hit Tunisia, to boost its economy and reduce the flow of irregular migrants across the Mediterranean Sea. The bloc offers Tunisia a $968 million package plus $161 million in immediate support. European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen made the announcement on a joint visit with the Italian and Dutch prime ministers on Sunday. *) Turkish Cypriot president hails President Erdogan's visit to TRNC Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has planned to make the first overseas visit of his new term to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC). This decision was welcomed by TRNC President Ersin Tatar, who said it “demonstrates the importance and value that Türkiye attaches to the TRNC.” Highlighting the importance of Erdogan's visit on Monday, Tatar said the trip would send a message to the world that the TRNC "is a state." And finally… *) Incredible feeling': Djokovic wins record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam title Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has made history with a record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam title in a third French Open triumph. The 36-year-old Serb defeated Casper Ruud of Norway and snapped the tie of 22 Slams he shared with career-long rival Rafael Nadal. Victory for the third time in Paris, after 2016 and 2021, adds to his 10 Australian Open titles, seven at Wimbledon and three at the US Open. Djokovic is the first man to win all four majors at least three times. And that's your daily news brief from TRT World. For more, head to trtworld.com
Tennis coach Calvin Betton, writer George Bellshaw and reporter James Gray of inews.co.uk and i newspaper look back at the two French Open finals, review the tournament as a whole and pick up on the latest tennis news. Here are the stories we discussed: Novak Djokovic beats Casper Ruud to win French Open and eclipse Rafael Nadal with record-breaking 23rd grand slam Will Djokovic now go on and take the calendar year Grand Slam? Iga Swiatek beats Karolina Muchova in ‘rollercoaster' to win fourth grand slam Andy Murray takes a wildcard to play the Nottingham Challenger French Open slammed by doubles champion - 'I hope next year you can do better' We have a Fantasy Roland Garros winner! #FTU results revealed Dan Evans wages class war on British tennis after French Open exit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Novak Djokovic wins Roland Garros 2023 defeating Casper Ruud in the final 7-6(1) 6-3 7-5, claiming his 23rd Grand Slam title overtaking Rafael Nadal. ❤️ SUBSCRIBE TO GTL: https://bit.ly/35JyOhz ▶️ JOIN YOUTUBE MEMBERSHIP: https://bit.ly/3Fk9rSr
A Sunday night with no playoff hoops or hockey? What is this!? | Novak Djokovic makes tennis history with another French Open championship | Djokovic on finally passing Rafael Nadal & Roger Federer.
On this week's Monday Match Analysis, Gill Gross breaks down Novak Djokovic's historic Roland Garros title, giving him three French Open titles and a new record 23 major titles. He defeated now two-time runner-up Casper Ruud in the final. We'll talk about Djokovic's unmatched resume, how Novak was able to win the first set with toughness and willpower despite coming out tight, what patterns he used to dominate play off the ground in sets 2 and 3, and finally an argument that Djokovic is the greatest marvel of athletic longevity in the history of sports, even more so than worthy contenders like Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and even Lebron James and Tom Brady. 00:00 Intro 00:45 Historical 05:08 1st Set Grinding 14:13 Offensive Patterns 26:00 Big Finish 28:19 Longevity GOATs --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
Willkommen zur neuen Ausgabe von Chip & Charge dieses Mal mit dem Finale bei den Herren. Am Ende wurde in Paris Tennis-Geschichte geschrieben. Denn Novak Djokovic gewann den 23. Grand Slam Titel seiner Karriere und hat nun jedes der vier Grand Slam Turniere mindestens 3 Mal gewonnen. Sein Gegner im Finale, Casper Ruud, verkaufte sich teuer, doch konnte den Siegeszug von Djokovic nicht stoppen. Djokovic mit Startschwierigkeiten Es war ein Match, welches durchaus mit Hürden für Djokovic begann. Ruud hatte die frühe Führung, erst im Laufe des ersten Satzes konnte Djokovic gleichziehen. Von der Grundlinie sah Ruud zu diesem Zeitpunkt sehr gut ...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.
James Gray reports live from Paris after Iga Swiatek beats Karolina Muchova 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 to claim her third French Open title and fourth grand slam title overall. In Paris, she equals Serena Williams, Margaret Court and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario, while also winning her fourth slam just five days apart in age from Rafael Nadal. The men's final between Novak Djokovic and Casper Ruud awaits (2pm UK time) and the weather is likely to mean the roof will be shut, another obvious advantage for Djokovic. But does Alexander Zverev have a point? Could the nerves get to Djokovic? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The 2023 French Open is underway in Paris, without Rafael Nadal in the draw for the first time in 19 years.Who is going to make the most of his absence to lift the men´s trophy? Will Iga Swiatek defend her womens title? Or could we see Sabalenka win her 2nd Grand Slam of the year?We have a packed panel of coaches and players joining CTC host Dan Kiernan to give their expert opinions on all this and more:-Denmark´s Davis Cup Captain and 2012 Wimbledon Doubles Champion, Freddie NielsenCanadian WTA player Gaby Dabrowski who has been as high has 4 in the world doubles rankingsPiotr Sierzputowski is coach to USA´s Shelby Rogers, and guided Iga Swiatek to her first Grand Slam back in 2020.Kieron Vorster is Liam Broady´s S&C Coach, and has also worked with Tim Henman and Wayne Ferreira.GB´s Emily Webley-Smith who has been on the women´s tour for more than 20 years.Hear their picks for the mens and women´s title at this years event, as well as their ‘dark horses to watch'. The panel also discuss whether the Masters events leading up to the French Open are working for players and spectators, now that they are two weeks long. Enjoy all the excitement from Roland Garros and don´t forget to check back in at the end of the fortnight for our French Open Review!Read full show notes here.
Roland Garros will begin without Rafael Nadal in the draw, for the first time since 2004. In his stead, Alcaraz and Djokovic are favorites, but Medvedev's Rome win and Rune's consistency might complicate things. On the women's side, the fabled “new big 3” have kept up their sides of the bargain through the clay season and it's made for a fairly balanced draw. Iga remains the favorite but Rybakina, Sabalenka, Jabeur, Krejcikova, or Ostapenko could snatch (among others). Join us for our draw analysis and recap of the clay season so far! 2:20 Who are the WTA contenders apart from Iga? WTA clay so far: the “new Big 3” is still winning 13:00 WTA draw analysis 20:20 Come hell or high pasta: some outrageous early match-ups in the women's bottom half 32:55 Rafa's absence looms large + the men's clay winners this year 41:20 Men's draw analysis: ultimate troll Medvedev engineers a potential Djokovic-Alcaraz semi 48:00 Bottom half: the Rune-Ruud rematch we deserve? 57:00 Join our league on TNNS Live and fill out your bracket 58:35 Et ceteras: more from Simona + Break Point part two announcement
On Monday Match Analysis, it is time for a preview of Roland Garros 2023, the second major of the year on the red clay of Paris. Gill Gross has quarter by quarter breakdowns with dark horses, upset alerts, popcorn matchups and quarterfinal predictions. The top seed is Carlos Alcaraz, who won the last major he participated in at the US Open. The second seed is Daniil Medvedev, coming off his first career clay court title at the Rome Masters. 22-time major champion Novak Djokovic is the 3-seed. And rounding out the top seeds is last year's finalist Casper Ruud. Former finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas, the surging youngster Holger Rune, Monte Carlo champion Andrey Rublev and powerful Jannik Sinner will all be looking to break through with their first slam in the absence of Rafael Nadal. 00:00 Intro 03:40 Alcaraz Quarter 10:16 Djokovic Quarter 17:55 Ruud Quarter 26:47 Medvedev Quarter 34:50 Final Weekend --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
The draw for Roland Garros has just come out -- the first one without Rafael Nadal in nearly 20 years. The men's field is more wide open than ever. What's to come for Novak Djokovic in Paris? Join Gill, Amy, and Joel as they dig into what promises to be a very exciting fortnight, on the latest edition of "Three -- The Tennis Show." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimmy and Brett discuss Daniil Medvedev and Elena Rybakina winning Rome last week and then preview the upcoming second major of the year, Roland Garros. Also what it means to the tennis world not to have the 14 time champion Rafael Nadal in the field. Plus Brooks Koepka wins the PGA championships at Oak Hill, his 5th major. Follow us on - Twitter - @AdvConnors @JimmyConnors @Brett_Connors Instagram - @AdvConnors @Bretterz @GolddoodIsabella @Finefocusla Facebook - Jimmy Connors official Facebook page Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben and Tumaini Carayol dust off the NCR machine to bring you a look at the 2023 French Open women's and men's draws, breaking down the contenders and darkhorses while touching on several of the big stories of the past few months while the show has been on hiatus (Relatedly, Ben's forthcoming book on Naomi Osaka is now available for pre-order!) Can Iga Swiatek reestablish her dominance on the women's side at her favorite tournament? How clear a favorite is Carlos Alcaraz on the men's side? Before that, we start with a discussion of two notable absences: Rafael Nadal, the 14-time champion who hasn't played in months due to a persistent psoas injury, and Simona Halep, a former champion and #1 who has taken an increasingly vocal and outspoken stance as she tries to rally support against anti-doping authorities following her positive test for a blood doping agent last year. We also discuss the extended formats of the Madrid and Rome Masters 1000 events, changes which have been poorly received across the board. Thanks for listening! Bon voyage, bonne chance, bonne nuit!
Marc talks about the absence of Rafael Nadal at the French Open, and he also talks to Russ Thaler and Brian Clark about Rafa's legacy and future plus a look at the men's and women's draws at Roland Garros and who might win it all.
Memphis Grizzlies superstar Ja Morant will likely face a hefty suspension from the NBA after appearing in a second social media video with a firearm, not even two months after being suspended for the first one. But is that fair? Social media has been ablaze with controversy, and we try to find some answers. 2:30 - We start things off by looking at the NBA and NHL playoffs (RIP the Hurricanes). 7:23 - Rafael Nadal announced last week that he's withdrawing from the French Open, and 2024 will be his last season. Will he make it through his final tour? 14:07 - Has Manchester City broken the sport of soccer? John definitely thinks so. 27:34 - We take a serious look at the Ja Morant situation. How does the NBA's issue relate to the broader question of gun violence in the U.S.? 44:46 - Did we... both enjoy a Marvel movie? As always, make sure to share this episode if you enjoyed it, and give us a follow on all your social media platforms! And if you hated it, it's my (John's) fault.
Today on the show, I want to talk about who is going to be the next Roland Garros champion. Oh my gosh there is so much to talk about my friends. I foresee it to be one very exciting and eventful tournament :)Support the show
Jay (@croucherJD) and Drew (@whale_capper) handicap major shifts in prices for the Celtics-Heat series and Boston as big favorites in Game 5, then then shine a light on outrights at the French Open before Thursday's draw. The duo begin with Iga Swiatek as the odds-one favorite in the women market and other notable players to circle and conclude with Carlos Alcaraz as the men's favorite and where else they see value with 14-time winner Rafael Nadal not participating at Roland Garros in 2023.(00:00) – Heat at Celtics Game 5 + Shifting Series markets(14:10) – Women's French Open Outright Favorites: Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina(19:20) – Women's Long Shots: Jalena Ostapenko, Daria Kasatkina, Mirra Andreeva and Erika Andreeva(23:35) – Men's French Open Outright Favorites: Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic(27:10) – Men's Long Shots: Daniil Medvedev and Holger Rune
Christopher Clarey was born in Newport, Rhode Island, and has had an exemplary career as a journalist, and on the day we spoke, filed his final article as a staffer for The New York Times, the culmination of a 30 year career at The Grey Lady.We discussed his next moves, including his plans for THE WARRIOR, his upcoming biography on Rafael Nadal and a follow up to his biography on Roger Federer, THE MASTER, as well as tennis' current events. Rafa, Halep, The WTA, the debacles in Madrid and Rome...we hit it all.Chris joined me from his home in Paris, fitting as we lead up to Roland Garros.The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast is powered by Diadora.Recorded 5.21.23, Released 5.22.23 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's the 98th episode of the Tennis Gambling Podcast and it's time to analyze the Semifinal matches in Rome that are taking place on Saturday. Scott Reichel starts by discussing Rafael Nadal's withdrawal from the French Open. Then, he previews both semifinal matches while sharing his favorite bets on each of them. Lastly, the show wraps up with Scott's Lock & Dog picks. Contests Shady May $500 Contest - http://sg.pn/shady Join the SGPN community #DegensOnly Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com Support us by supporting our partners EdgeBoost - Double your bet with no interest! - https://sg.pn/edge ShadyRays.com code SGPN - 50% OFF 2 Pairs Tawkify.com/SGPN - 20% off when you become a client Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://sg.pn/underdog Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's been quite a day in tennis as Rafael Nadal held a press conference to announce that he will be missing Roland Garros while he takes an extended break from the sport in an attempt to recover from the injury he sustained at the Australian Open. He also said that he plans to retire after the 2024 season. In this show we react to that news, discuss the reasons behind his decisions, ponder what his farewell tour may be like, and offer some reflections on one of the greatest players this sport has ever seen.We also go through the main talking points from the last few days in Rome - Carlos Alcaraz's shock defeat to Fabian Marozsan, aggro unexpectedly involving Cameron Norrie, Holger Rune's brilliance to beat Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek's injury, and a thrilling run of form from Jelena Ostapenko. What does it all mean for Roland Garros?Finally, David speaks to Christopher Clarey, who, after 30 years, is leaving The New York Times to become a full-time author.ON LOCATION:This edition of The Tennis Podcast is brought to you in association with On Location, the premium hospitality and experience provider. On Location took us to Indian Wells last month so we can vouch for the brilliant experiences they provide at tennis tournaments. They provide packages via Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours to all of the four Grand Slam tournaments, including the US Open, which is on sale now, with fantastic seats, hospitality and hotel packages available for the year's final major event at Flushing Meadows in New York. Go to OnLocationEXP.com/TTP to see what they have to offer. 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. 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 profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Tony opens the show by talking with legendary horse racing expert Andy Beyer about Mage's win at the Derby and his chances at the Preakness. Liz Clarke phones in to talk about Rafael Nadal and the possibility that he might miss the French Open for the first time 2005, and AP Golf writer Doug Ferguson calls in to preview the PGA Championship in Rochester NY, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Dan Bern “The 14 players taken before Booger McFarland in the ‘99 Draft” ; Mike Steinel “Something Died in My Garage” 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
It was a thrilling finals weekend in Madrid with Aryna Sabalenka getting revenge on Iga Swiatek before Carlos Alcaraz survived a great performance by Jan-Lennard Struff to defend his title. Catherine is back home and she joins David and Matt to review it all. Is Sabalenka-Swiatek now a legitimate rivalry? Will Sabalenka be able to take this form to Rome and Roland Garros? And did Struff provide a blueprint for facing Alcaraz?Sadly, the great tennis was somewhat overshadowed by the fact that the women's doubles finalists - Victoria Azarenka, Beatriz Haddad Maia, Jessica Pegula & Coco Gauff - were not allowed to give speeches on court. What happened? Why did it happen? What might it have to do with #cakegate? Why have the tournament not put out an official explanation? And in what way did this incident feed into the idea that the WTA players don't receive equal treatment in Madrid? Elsewhere, we cover Andy Murray winning a Challenger title in Aix-en-Provence, Rafael Nadal withdrawing from Rome, and Veronika Kudermetova's sponsorship with one of Russia's gas and oil giants. ON LOCATION:This edition of The Tennis Podcast is brought to you in association with On Location, the premium hospitality and experience provider. On Location took us to Indian Wells last month so we can vouch for the brilliant experiences they provide at tennis tournaments. They provide packages via Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours to all of the four Grand Slam tournaments, including the US Open, which is on sale now, with fantastic seats, hospitality and hotel packages available for the year's final major event at Flushing Meadows in New York. Go to OnLocationEXP.com/TTP to see what they have to offer. 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. 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 profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There was a feeling of déjà vu this week as Iga Swiatek in Stuttgart, Carlos Alcaraz in Barcelona and Holger Rune in Munich all defended their titles. In what way was this a big statement from Swiatek? Just how dominant was Alcaraz against Stefanos Tsitsipas? And how did Botic van de Zandschulp let it slip in the Munich final? Catherine, David and Matt discuss all of that, as well as a hard-earned title for Dusan Lajovic in Banja Luka, a worrying injury update from Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic's withdrawal from Madrid. There's also time for a couple of rants - one about the unequal prize money on the ATP and WTA Tours, and the other on the new 12-day Masters 1000 events. ON LOCATION:This edition of The Tennis Podcast is brought to you in association with On Location, the premium hospitality and experience provider. On Location took us to Indian Wells last month so we can vouch for the brilliant experiences they provide at tennis tournaments. They provide packages via Steve Furgal's International Tennis Tours to all of the four Grand Slam tournaments, including the US Open, which is on sale now, with fantastic seats, hospitality and hotel packages available for the year's final major event at Flushing Meadows in New York. Go to OnLocationEXP.com/TTP to see what they have to offer. 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. 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 profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The week in Monte Carlo belonged to Andrey Rublev and it belonged to aggro. In this episode we discuss Rublev finally winning his first Masters 1000 title, why it was so deserved, and what it might mean for his career, and we savour the way in which Taylor Fritz, Daniil Medvedev and Holger Rune all provided aggro that was right in the sweet spot. There's also a round up of all the Billie Jean King Cup qualifiers and a worrying fitness update from Rafael Nadal. ON LOCATIONThis edition of The Tennis Podcast is sponsored by On location, the premium experience and hospitality provider. On Location sent 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 see what they have to offer for Indian Wells, Miami and all of the Grand Slam tournaments, check out their travel packages.LINKSBecome 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 profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.