This Week in Tennis August 11, 2012: Serena’s Crip Walk and Did Roger Federer Tank the Gold Medal Match!

Phil answers a listeners question as to what his favorite Grand Slam is, then addresses some audio statements made by former professional quarterback and radio personality Boomer Esiason made in regards to Roger Federer either “tanking” or not competing in his Gold medal match with Andy Murray, followed by his thoughts in regards to a highly critical article of Serena Williams actions following her Gold Medal victory over Maria Sharapova that was written by Fox Sports Jason Whitlock followed by some brief thoughts regarding the semi-finals of the Rogers Cup.

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The 2 minute clip aired on the program was from the August 6 episode of the Boomer and Carton Show. The show can be heard in it’s entirety here.

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One thought on “This Week in Tennis August 11, 2012: Serena’s Crip Walk and Did Roger Federer Tank the Gold Medal Match!

  1. Saw this on Twitter and must say I agree with you in regards to your assessment of Jason Whitlock. He’s often way off base in his opinions and to be honest I’m surprised anyone pays attention to him at all.

    I do agree with the opinion that Federer didn’t compete very well but you did create enough possible scenarios to at least make it less sinister.

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