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Scott and Mike take to the mic one more time till at least August. We will be talking about the US Open, NBA and the Stanley Cup Finals. A majority of the show we will focus on news from the NBA as we dive into the hiring of Derek Fisher in New York, Carmello Anthony rumors, the demise of the Heat, and the amazing play of the San Antonio Spurs. You can catch all the action as always live and anytime at www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsweeklive. We look forward to talking sports with you.
PointClickFish.com talks with Chairman Duncan Hilburn from the US Open King Mackerel Tournament that will take place in Southport, North Carolina October 2-4, 2014.
Watch the livestream: http://pcflive.com/usopen/
Tournament site: http://www.usopenkmt.com/
Thirty-four years ago a small group of community leaders met and decided that they needed an event to showcase the great fall fishing Southport-Oak Island area has to offer. The prizes and expenses for the first tournament were guaranteed by those community leaders signing a promissory note at a local financial institution - thus the U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament was born. The U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament now attracts almost 400 boats annually and is held in high esteem by the community and anglers.
Ann Liguori broadcasts from the U.S. Open and talks about all things Roger Federer and the men's semifinals with tennis publisher and researcher Randy Walker. Ann interviews Marcos Giron, reigning NCAA singles champ who played John Isner in the first round of the U.S. Open on the Ashe court in his Open debut. Ann also visits with Joe Hunt's grand nephew to discuss his great uncle's fascinating story, military service and his win over Jack Kramer.
Ann recaps the PGA Championship and Rory McIlroy's exciting finish to win his second straight Major Championship. Ann interviews Patrick McEnroe, Dir. of USTA Development Program, as they preview the U.S. Open tennis championships and discuss the USTA Foundation's mission and their August pro-am fundraiser in The Hamptons. Ann interviews Joe Gergen, author of 'The First Lady of Olympic Track' about Betty Robinson's fascinating story of becoming the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in track.
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Our very first guest is Bob Davis. Bob has been actively involved in the business of tennis for more than 30 years. He has degrees in both Electro-Chemical Engineering and Business Administration. As a tennis player, he competed in the U.S. Junior Nationals at Kalamazoo and at the U.S. National Championships at Forest Hills (U.S. Open). He is a two-time A.T.A. National Champion in both singles and doubles. Bob leased/managed the Americana Tennis Club for twelve years. The Americana was the largest privately owned tennis facility in New York State at the time. Bob and his family also owned the Taromar Tennis Academy, the first and only minority-owned sleepover tennis academy in America either before or since. In 1987 he accepted the position of CEO and National Program Director for the Arthur Ashe Safe Passage Foundation. This was an national organization founded by Arthur Ashe and Nick Bollettieri that eventually grew to include nine cities and taught tennis, preventive health instruction and academics to more than 15,000 inner-city youngsters.
In 1997 he founded Black Dynamics, Inc., which provided training scholarships to the most talented minority tennis players in the world to the Bollettieri Tennis Academy. In 1999, he created Panda Enterprises, Inc. and the Panda Foundation. The Panda companies help children develop literacy skills and unite the celebration of ethnic diversity and the joy of reading.
Bob is the President of the Black Tennis Hall of Fame, an organization created in 2007 by New Jersey businessman Dale Caldwell, to recognize and honor the founding fathers and mothers of Black Tennis. The first formal induction ceremony was at the ATA National Championships on August 5, 2011.