Former MSU coach John Robinson is connecting with a new generation at LSU

John Robinson wants to find the word.

“This young generation… millennium… millennials! Yes! ”Robinson, former USC coach and Rams 84 years of age. "They see different things."

Thousands of years on Louisiana State computer football teams everywhere they go, it seems to Robinson. Soon, they showed him how to turn his machine on him and, later, how to achieve his analytical powers.

It was a fantastic four months for Robinson to consult LSU Tigers Ed Orgeron, who will take their Classification 12-0 and ranking No. 2 in the southeast conference championship game Saturday against No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta. With The LSU has given practical assurance at present in Football Football College based on a regular dominant season, Robinson now feels that it is steeper with the desired new speed.

“I was here about an hour and a half, and I said, I'm about 10 to 12 years behind the times here,” said Robinson. “I thought I would be right with it… bull. The computer changed everything for all these guys. You want to see this game? Boom. You know? Luckily, I have an office mate that helps me. ”

Outside a year in 2010 as a defense coordinator at San Marcos High, Robinson had not trained since he announced his retirement from Nevada Las Vegas in 2004. In the early part of this decade, Pat Haden, director of athletics, added. former USC Robinson to work as a fundraiser for the USU, where he was respected for the Trojans who led to four Rose Bowl winner and a share of the 1978 national championship.

Robinson met Orgeron through his fundraising during the second round of Orgeron as the USC defense line coach. The two came closer during Orgeron as lead coach in 2013 after suddenly lighting Kiffin's Lane.

Orgeron failed his first training opportunity in Mississippi and I would like to get tips from Robinson about running a top program. As Orgeron put the records of 6-2 on the Trojans and succeeded as a candidate for the permanent position, he valued Robinson's ear.

“If I got the job at USC,” says Orgeron, “I would like to employ him as a consultant.”

Former USC football coach John Robinson practicing LSU football.

Former USC football coach John Robinson practicing LSU football.

(Chris Parent / LSU Athletics)

The USU hired Steve Sarkisian instead of Orgeron, and Clay Helton Sarkisian continued. Robinson said that he had never contacted a USC coach regarding consultation as he did not feel right because he was in the previous job. Recently, Helton hired the Dallas Cowboys coach, Dave Campo, and Tom Moore, a NFL assault coordinator for a long time as consultants.

Robinson gave NFL games on the radio as well as his USC fundraising, but none of them scraped the foot enough.

Robinson's wife, Beverly, grew up in South Louisiana, where LSEN fans were LSU as most of her. In the last few years, the couple were visiting Beverly's mother in New Orleans, and they made a few trips to Baton Rouge to reconnect with Orgeron.

No plan was put in place, but when the former USC Athletics director Lynn Swann told Robinson last summer that his services were no longer needed, he added to the feeling that there was a big change in the coming world.

Robinson asks Swann's friend and he has no ill health towards the school, he said he was looking for ways to save money.

It has been very difficult for Robinson to watch USC football over the years.

“You think it's part of the aging, you're no longer relevant,” says Robinson. “You are no longer a star and start to change things. The uniform has changed. I remember being married very much, because, What are they doing? They have to bring the clothes back. There are too many things going on. You do not mess with tradition.

“You know, when I got the job from John McKay, I didn't change anything. Now, I changed some things, but I didn't talk about them. I talked about the tradition and about this I was spending a better game. ”

So it was a fresh start time. When Robinson told Orgeron that he was moving to Louisiana, Orgeron quickly jumped the chance that he never got the USC to help Robinson to continue his education.

On the first day of the August 1 LSU drop camp, Robinson was equipped with a purple and gold gear that covered the butterflies he was feeling.

“I just looked around,” said Robinson. "I was delighted. Seriously. I felt like a rookie again. Just because I love to do, you know, and I was good at, and just as part of the team, I had a ball. ”

As a consultant, the NCAA rules prevent Robinson from training players directly. Still, those first days and weeks, “I was exhausted,” he says.

Robinson arrives at the LSU Football Operations Center around 7:15 a.m. and leaves about 10 p.m. It is an aggressive coach by trade, it helps the Referees' contribution to being better acquainted, as Orgeron has enough staff dedicated to scouting the opponent.

Orgeron says every Monday that Robinson will give him 10 views.

“I use it every day, I promise you that!” Orgeron says.

Robinson has been part of the biggest offensive transformation in the college park. The Tigers, who is known for stubborn style, smash-mouth about Les Miles in the past year, has a relentless modern scattering attack. LSU joins Georgia with the second full grade and the run nationally, while Joe Burrow, senior senior fourth, has the Heisman Trophy, but is accepted.

Former USC coach John Robinson, on the left, looks at a USC practice session with an old Cal coach, Jeff Tedford, a center, and an old USC Lane Kiffin coach.

Former USC coach John Robinson, on the left, looks at a USC practice session with an old Cal coach, Jeff Tedford, a center, and an old USC Lane Kiffin coach.

(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

A generation for generations in the Tigers aggressive team, from Joe Brady, game coordinator passed 30 years of age – Orgeron hired from this New Orleans show – down to Robinson.

“It's a great experience,” says Robinson. “If you were just researching football and trying to compare my generation with this generation and what is happening, I think I've read a great show.” T

All of the post-season training awards could be carried out by Orgeron and Brady, but Robinson has often received the highest accolade as the Tiger traveled around Southern.

Before LSU's “Game of the Century” went against Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Orgeron was talking to the game officials when they applied:

They wanted to meet John Robinson.

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Preview of the CSJ American Athletic Association Championship game – Cincinnati in Memphis, how to watch and fearless predictions – College Sports Journal

Preview of the CSJ American Athletic Association Championship game – Cincinnati in Memphis, How To Watch and Fearless Predictions College Sports Journal


Villarreal – Atlético, live

The game that Thebes intended to be played in Miami was played in Villarreal and thankfully the exporting desire of the president of LaLiga, at least with this meeting, remained nothing. Villarreal and Atlético have lived much better times. And the first who could verify it was Luis Enrique. In the first game he witnessed in his second stage as coach, the Spaniard should not have obtained too many conclusions for his board. The only consolation for Villarreal and Atlético is that they added at least one point.

It is the only positive conclusion of two teams that the best thing that could happen to them is that 2019 will end as soon as possible. The locals arrived with a point added to the last fifteen, with three straight losses and closer to the relegation points than in Europe. For Atlético, the real game is on Wednesday with the visit of the Lokomotiv to the Metropolitan. Little joke with reaching or not the eighth of the Champions League. Of the first half hour before Barça there was little among the rojiblancos. The team remembered more to the one that takes two games without marking, to which adds a victory in five days, to the transition of which Simeone spoke.

And that Joao Felix had two very clear chances to unbalance the game in the first part. In a snatch in the center of the field he decided to solve on his own. He fired a shot from the edge of the area that hit Asenjo's left post after the Palentino touched the ball. The second was clearer. A magnificent shipment of Saul left him alone in front of the goalkeeper, but he hit with too much power to prevent Asenjo from leaving and the ball went over the crossbar. The problem of the Portuguese is that he tried a lot, up to eight shots, but failed. When Atlético exceeded the first pressure line of Villarreal, it was capable of generating danger. But he did it rarely. And when Joao Felix did it, he had no aim, Lodi sent the ball to the clouds … One more chapter of the athletic drought this season.

Villarreal showed the usual offensive joy. For something he is the third top scorer of LaLiga only behind Barcelona and Real Madrid. Every time the classmates found Chukwueze something could happen. His speed was the only threat to Oblak. The domain of the premises did not materialize on clear occasions. The point for both leaves Villarreal and Atlético as needy as they were.

0. Villarreal: Asenjo, Gaspar, Albiol, Pau, Quintilla, Iborra (Morlanes, min 73), Trigueros, Anguissa, Moi Gómez (Ekambi, min 68), Chukwueze (Ontiveros, min 89) and Gerard Moreno.

0. Atlético de Madrid: Oblak, Arias (Trippier, min 80), Felipe, Hermoso, Lodi, Koke, Thomas (Vitolo, min 59), Herrera (Llorente, min 84), Saúl, Joao Félix and Morata.

Referee: Hernández Hernández (Canary school). He stacked Anguissa, Trigueros and Morata with yellow cardstock.

Incidents: 20,564 spectators at the Ceramics Stadium. Match corresponding to the sixteenth day of LaLiga.

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Howard's football coach, Ron Prince, succeeds allegations of verbal abuse, intimidation of players t

The status of the investigation after the Prince's resignation was not clear on Friday.

Prince, who was employees in December 2018, he only provided nine games to Howard. 6 November was put on holiday, after a football parent accused him of "threatening, hostile, abusive, and disrespectful of the young men and the training team" in a letter to Davis, who was received HBCU Gameday.

The resignation of the Bison (2-10, 2-6 MEAC) revisits a coach. Mike London, who hoped to become a long-term employer, decamped for William & Mary in November 2018, after two seasons and a record 11-10.

Prince came from Michigan, where he was abusive analyst of Coach Jim Harbaugh. Before Ann Arbor, Prince was assistant to Detroit Lions.

“I know what Howard is and what isn't,” he told The Washington Post earlier this year. “I know what can be there and what can't be. However, I think that I am different from many people who have experienced either large-time programs or the NFL and who come to a HBCU school and think they are missionaries, making a difference to everyone through their existence.

“I know there's a long way to go here, but I believe we can do great things. I can't wait for what happens. ”

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McMenamin hired as Wayne State's new football coach

WAYNE, Nebraska (Courtesy Wayne State College) – Wayne State College Director of Athletics Mike Powicki announced Friday afternoon that John McMenamin has been named head coach of football. A press conference is scheduled for Tuesday morning at 10:30 in the Elkhorn Hall of the Kanter Student Center to officially introduce McMenamin as the 22nd head coach of the 103-year history of the Wildcat football program.

"I am extremely excited to be able to hire John McMenamin as head coach of our Wildcat football program," Powicki said. "He has proven to be a highly successful coach, recruiter and mentor wherever he is. He and I share a vision of the future of Wayne State College football and I am very confident with John's leadership, we will achieve great success on and off the football field. "

McMenamin is a former Wildcat assistant coach who has spent the past five seasons as offensive coordinator in central Missouri, where he transformed the Mules into an offensive juggernaut and ranks among the top NCAA Division II offenses in the United States. course of his team at the UCM.

During his five years in Central Missouri, McMenamin helped the Mules reach a 42-17 record with two NCAA Division II playoff appearances and a trip to the Mineral Water Bowl. This season, Central Missouri tied a record with 11 wins, 11-2, while reaching the quarter-finals of the NCAA Division II playoffs.

Under McMenamin this season, central Missouri had the highest ranked NCAA division II offensive with an average of 547.5 yards per game, ranked second in attack with assists (346, 2 yards per game) and finished sixth by scoring the offensive with 44.8 points per game. He coached two AFCA All-Americans this season, including a Harlon Hill finalist at the quarterback.

McMenamin's 2017 offensive in central Missouri was ranked second in division II of the NCAA with an average of 524.4 yards per game and set the two best records of the year. School by game for the total offense this season while going 9-3 and winning a victory over Minnesota Duluth in the 38- 28 Mineral Water Bowl.

His 2016 team reached the NCAA Division II playoffs with a 9-3 record while leading the MIAA and placing ninth in the NCAA Division II in pass offense. In their first season at Central Missouri in 2015, the Mules placed second in the MIAA and 22nd overall in the attack, while posting an 8-3 mark.

Prior to serving as offensive coordinator in central Missouri, McMenamin served four years as offensive coordinator at Wayne State College from 2011 to 2014, with two winning seasons. His 2014 team at Wayne State is ranked in the top 25 of the NCAA Division II in seven different categories.

McMenamin also served as offensive coordinator at Midland University (2009-2010), where he helped turn around a Warrior program that had a record of 8-3 in 2010 and was ranked at 22nd in total offense for his best year in 16 seasons.

McMenamin began his college coaching career in Nebraska-Omaha as an assistant coach from 2006 to 2008 and prior to that he was offensive coordinator at Omaha Central High School in 2004.

A graduate of the Northwest State of Missouri in 2002, McMenamin played quarterback at the NMSU and helped establish 27 school records winning American honors in 2002 while playing in the championship teams National Division II of the NCAA in 1998 and 1999.

"THIS IS A GREAT DAY TO BE A WILDCAT !!" said McMenamin. "I am very grateful for the opportunity to join the Wildcat family. President Rames and Mike Powicki were simply incredible. Their vision of the Wildcat football program and the opportunities they offer our staff and student athletes will allow us to jump into the NSIC. It feels "good" and ultimately it is a special place for our family. "

McMenamin replaces Dan McLaughlin, who announced his retirement on Nov. 21 after 15 years on the sidelines of the Wildcat, posting a record of 79-88.

Wayne State finished the 2019 season with a 4-7 overall record and a 2-5 mark in the NSIC South Division.


Kristin Holte: “My appearance? I do not care"

Being natural is the most difficult poses

Oscar Wilde

– Are we going to talk about my appearance? I do not care about that. I train to compete, to see how far my body can go.

And that's the end of the debate.

    Kristin Holte (33) …


New SPD tip: Solidarity is already crumbling at the party – politics

All from the old leadership hug Saskia Esken, only Olaf Scholz gives her a sober hand. He tries to smile, it is remarkable how he endures this heaviest defeat of his political career.

The duel is not over yet. Esken has made the vice-chancellor understand that he, too, has to submit to the new party line, her line. At 2:53 pm she and Norbert Walter-Borjans are the SPD chairmen number 16 and 17 in the history of the Federal Republic.

Rhythmic clapping at the congress in the Messe Berlin, but no enthusiasm. It's a strangely emotionless event. The election result is a warning to the resolute Esken. She gets 75.9 percent, former North Rhine-Westphalian Finance Minister Walter Borjans 89.2 – some comrades say, "Nowabo", made famous by the billions he has brought back from tax evaders, is the guardian on Eskens side.

"In the new time", emblazoned on the congress platform as a slogan, next to a big red rose. It stands for a commitment to international solidarity and peace. The word "solidarity" had recently degenerated into a phrase. Who should trust a party that repeatedly tramples on its own values?

On the podium, no thought is tried as often as the reminder of inner-party solidarity. But the delegates, the mandate holders and staff in the hall relish the true litigating culture of the Social Democrats, in which nothing has changed yet. While Esken still holds her application speech, members of parliament draw in her internal chat group over her. "Kreisklasseiveau" is what the Baden-Württemberg offers, mocks one, her speech is "underground".

Kühnert throws himself in the breach

It is especially Juso CEO Kevin Kühnert, who throws himself later for Esken in the breach, so as not to start immediately with a debacle in office. He asks for approval of their lead application, which is – under conditions – a continuation of the grand coalition.

"I trust the two of them that they know very well which message they (…) were elected to. It was: no more. "Which almost seems like a threat. If they do not achieve substantial improvements in the climate package or the minimum wage from Chancellor Angela Merkel and CDU leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the conflict around the coalition comes on reminder, the red line is the "keep it up". At the end of the coalition application is granted in very few votes against.

But it remains unclear what should change now. First of all, there are only new heads, as so often in the SPD. And the strong man is now called Kühnert, who dominates the keyboard of populism. When he enters the room in the dark green shirt, with a jute bag over his shoulder, in the morning, a crowd immediately forms, journalists, photographers and cameramen follow him.

When he goes out, it's smoking. For the 30-year-old, a plan is at this party congress – he now ruled the party, it is almost a troika at the top. Not only do two candidates take over from Kühnert's Grace. The Juso chief also joins the board as a party member.

The confrontation is called off

To block his way, for example with a fighting candidate, was the task of Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil. But the confrontation is blown off – too exhausted by the eternal tussle between the wings is the party. Instead of choosing only three Vices as originally planned, there are suddenly five Vizs. With Kühnert and salvation.

To look at is a severely insecure party. On the eve of the congress the party newspaper Vorwarts had invited to a reception in the teepee tent at the chancellery. Olaf Scholz drives his limousine, bodyguards get out, the weakened Vice-Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany goes into the well-warmed interior.

His plan, in turn, did not work out: to win the membership vote with Klara Geywitz, to give more stability to the chair of the grand coalition and bring it to an end in order to then go to the Bundestag election as chancellor candidate. The SPD majority wanted something different.

Scholz is congratulated by a comrade to the fact that he is in the new ARD Germany trend for the first time the most popular politician in Germany, together with Merkel. He smiles tormented.

His people, who have so misjudged the mood in the party, still believe in the chancellor's candidacy – when Walter Borjans and Esken should fail. Hardly anyone from the Scholz camp insists that the balancing act between the hope for a stronger left-hand course and reworking in the coalition can go well.

Esken and Walter-Borjans elected SPD chairman

The bang will come, there are many sure. A Strippenzieher sees the SPD already on the way to the scaffold. Twelve euros minimum wage, a basic child protection, a softening of Hartz IV with a longer reference to the unemployment benefit I – these are some of the ideas for the "new era". But even so far, the narrowing to a dominance of social policy with ever new billion programs could not be turned into electoral success.

Sigmar Gabriel presided over in 2009 with a brilliant speech, calling on the SPD to go back to where it is "simmering; where sometimes it smells, occasionally stinks ". The gap between the SPD and its citizens has not diminished since then. And all the inner turmoil has shown in the election of the new chairman and the swatter for Olaf Scholz.

In almost all speeches the unity of the party is summoned. But many members of the Bundestag faction are skeptical about the new chairmen. The extent of the crisis of his party since the beginning of this third major coalition under Merkel brings Secretary General Lars Klingbeil to the point.

With a nondescript factual description: "I thank the six chairmen with whom I was allowed to work in two years," he says. As a reminder, meant: Martin Schulz, Andrea Nahles and the acting party leaders Olaf Scholz, Malu Dreyer, Manuela Schwesig and Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel. He calls for more team spirit, the SPD needs fewer people, "walk across the street in Berlin and know everything."

Nahles does not comment on the current events, she spends a lot of time with her daughter in the Eifel. She too fell over power struggles and punctures. At the beginning, Malu Dreyer, in her last speech as Acting Chief, addressed Nahles: "Somehow she will hear it."

With the utmost respect, "I thank you for everything you have done in 30 years for the SPD and the country," says Dreyer. "You are and will remain one of us. The doors are open and remain open. "Flensburg's Mayor Simone Lange, who had lost to Nahles in 2018 and has always been against the grand coalition, is also finding out that many advocates believe that today's viewers are mistaken in the face of the party's dislocations , Lange says: "Andrea Nahles is at home, Olaf Scholz is almost at home, because we have tidied through properly." It sounds very satisfied. But Scholz is still there.

"This party is doomed"

While declaring his willingness to support the victors, many of his followers are unwilling to contain their disappointment. "This party is doomed," says one Secretary of State shaking his head, while another calls the new leadership a "cabinet of horror."
Esken and Walter-Borjans manage to convince in their application speeches. Esken warms the social democratic heart with its ascendant story. She had already worked "behind the counter, as a parcel courier and chauffeur", before she had trained as a computer scientist.

"The SPD must be the works council of the digital society," she demands. She had announced that she would recommend the party to withdraw from the grand coalition if the Union were not prepared for renegotiation. But Merkel and Kramp-Karrenbauer are themselves under pressure from their CDU.

Even the basic pension agreement was hard on the pain threshold. It will be interesting to see what the new SPD chairmen will do if there is no "update" of the coalition agreement on how the break is to be made. "I was and I'm skeptical about the future of this grand coalition," says Esken.

It settles with the "old" SPD. "Too much the SPD in recent years has been a grand coalition in the Think rather than an independent political force." She and Walter Borjans had proved, "We are not afraid. Not against right-wing extremists, not against organized interests, not against high animals. "

Broadside against the black zero

At Walter-Borjans, there is a broadside against the black zero of Olaf Scholz. It would have to go away to modernize Germany with enormous amounts of billions. The former NRW finance minister wants not only to end the policy without new debts of the incumbent Federal Minister of Finance, he wants to give up if necessary, the debt brake of federal and state, if this is the future of the next generation in the way. That will be difficult to implement. The foreign and security policy part of his speech sounds a bit like the 70s or 80s.

There is no mention of the challenge of China, instead Willy Brandt and Johannes Rau, whose spokesman was Walter-Borjans, are summoned as role models. He gives a rebuff to NATO's two-percent target for arms spending: "This is not a contribution to peacekeeping. That's why we will not do that. Equipment yes, but no. "Conflict potential with the CDU leader and Defense Minister AKK.

Walter-Borjans wants to get closer to the big fortune. "Anyone who considers redistribution as devilish should at least recognize that there has been a redistribution in this country for a long time, not just from top to bottom, but from bottom to top," he hurls at the delegates who cheer him for such confessions. The SPD says it must "become again the party of distributive justice in this country".

The 69-year-old, who rarely acts agitated, can also power politics. In any case, he made a clear announcement to the members of the Bundestag, who had shown him the limits of his future power since his election, just as Esken did to Scholz. Of course there will be "no solo efforts", he says. "But there must be no determination of party opinion from the coalition." The message: You, the government-willing MPs, are not the center of power of the SPD, only with us will be decided.

Manuela Schwesig, who, like Scholz and Dreyer, leaves as vice-president, wishes the newcomer "heartfelt solidarity". The solidarity in the SPD, it could still be put to a severe test. And quite fast.


Mike Francesa says thanks after the final WFAN evening driving show

After 30 years and more on WFAN, the Mike Off.

Mike Francesa went out on Friday's airways for his final driving-time show, and began to interrupt some.

“I did a driving show first in November 1987,” he said. “That was the first one I did at an evening show. I sat in on Thanksgiving Day and the day after Pete Franklin. ”

However, the hard-closed host will not be badly disappearing from the ears of anyone. Andrew Marchand of An Post reported that Francesa will continue for half an hour at 6 p.m. next year, as well as sports and politics on

Francesa, who went on with Chris Russo for 19 years on “Mike and the Mad Dog,” has been a great success over the past 12 years after they were split in August 2008.

“It's a great time – half that life, that I spent these hours – and very few people work in a big station in New York,” said Francesa, “just having the same show and have the same hours for more than 30 years more than anyone could ask. This is the last one, you will not know that you do not spend much time working on that. This is the final evening driving show for me after these years. ”

Friday's show did not go ahead without unexpected fireworks: David Fizdale, the Knicks, shot another chance for Francesa to do rant.

“Fizdale walks the plan,” he said. “This is not a matter. It is a headline for 10 minutes. Doesn't matter? He did not work out, he did not do the job. It's not about it, it's about the team. They must – they have to – clean and start a house. That's all there. And they get someone into it who can run the franchise. They are 4-18, they are absolutely terrible, they have won one of the last 10 games.

Francesa expressed her gratitude for one way he could demonstrate, and he respected New York's radio executive Mark Mason, who put the original green show.

“Most of the people showed that most people didn't work, the majority of those who said it wouldn't work,” Francesa reminded his listeners. “A month later, most of them felt that it had failed – most people within the station felt the same. It is obviously the biggest and most successful sports talk show ever. ”

The one who takes the driving time slot will have big shoes to fill – Francesa isn't exactly what will happen in 2020. Francesa is an incredible task.

“I wish all the good fortune and success I have had for many years,” he said. “It was an incredible run.”



Wozniacki retires after the Australian Open

"With 30 WTA singles titles, a world ranking in 71 weeks, a victory in the WTA Final, 3 Olympics, including carrying the flag for my home country, and winning the Australian Open Grand Slam Championships in 2018, I have achieved everything I could ever dream of on the field.

“I've always said to myself, when the time comes that there are things away from tennis that I want to do more, then it's time to get done.

“In recent months I have realized that there is much more in life that I would like to complete from the field.

“Getting married to David was one of those goals and starting a family with him while continuing to travel around the world and helping to raise awareness about rheumatoid arthritis (project coming) are all my passions moving forward.

"So with that, I announce today that I will retire after professional tennis after the Australian Open in January. This has nothing to do with my health, and this is not a farewell that I look forward to sharing my exciting journey with All of you!

Caroline Wozniacki has stated that she has other ambitions in life besides tennis.

Caroline Wozniacki has stated that she has other ambitions in life besides tennis.Credit:AP

"In the end, I want to thank with all my heart, my fans, my friends, my sponsors, my team, especially my dad as my coach, my husband and my family for decades of support! Without all of you I could never have done this ! "

Although she was the world's top player in 2010-2012, reaching No. 1 again in 2018, Wozniacki won only one grand slam event. A win at the Australian Open 2018 over Simona Halep finally placed her among the big winners.

She also won two U.S. Open finals and won 30 titles for the Women's Tennis Association. As a Dane, she carried the nation's flag at the 2016 Olympics


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