Promise unfulfilled Donald Young is up against Istomin. Karlovic plays a non-Misery Brit, Bedene the Beguine. Cutie Marius Copil-ate plays Go Go-wczyk of Germany. On to the bottom half with the porcine-nosed Raonic who may be Struffed. Another ov, Dimitr, versus Argentinian Diego Schwartzman (did his grandparents mysteriously emigrate after the war? Hairy guy Baghdatis faces Ward in the Mother of All Matches. A face only his mother could love, Tomic, will play another Zverev. The draw gets interesting with Gramps Federer against an ov, Dolgopol. The stars may be aligned for Dominican Estrella Burgos when he plays Gulbis of Latvia. Having her and John Mc Enroe together in the booth for big matches is a highlight of other Slam events. For the record, Venus was asked multiple questions about her emotions and state of mind over the last few weeks.
Firefox #site Header #marquee Container #marquee-site, . A Hebrew signifying a "young woman ", unmarried as well as married, and thus distinct from bethulah , "a virgin" (see Hebrew Lexicons ).The interest that attaches to this word is due to the famous passage of Isaiah : "the Alma shall conceive", etc."When it wasn't a school night, we were at the games." But Storm and her fellow trailblazers -- in 1994, NBC executives made her the first woman to solo anchor a network sports show when they put her on MLB coverage, which would include three World Series -- succeeded not because they aspired to be on TV, but because they loved the game. "I was covering the lowest division of high school football and thought I was the luckiest person in America." When Mary Carillo -- who won the 1977 French Open mixed doubles championship with her playing partner John Mc Enroe -- segued from the court to the broadcasting booth in 1980, the United States Tennis Association would not allow her to cover men's tennis, only the women's matches.Says Carillo, "That was when I first realized that it might not be easy to be a woman in this profession." And it still isn't.
But if they have cracked sports TV's glass ceiling -- Rhonda Glenn was the first woman to anchor ESPN's iconic franchise in 1981, and CBS Sports anchor Lesley Visser is the only woman enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame -- they still are a minority of the voices covering big-ticket TV sports: the NFL, MLB and NBA.