Changeover Podcast Episode 44: Beijing, Tokyo, and Difficult Goodbyes

In this week’s Changeover Podcast, Juan José and Lindsay hold down the fort and talk about Djokovic continuing his undefeated streak in Beijing, Nadal getting to No. 1, Serena’s dominance, the rebirth of Jelena Jankovic, and more! (Who said that the Asian Swing was boring?) They also say goodbye to cult favorites David Nalbandian and Xavier Malisse.

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5 Responses

  1. Emily
    Emily October 9, 2013 at 8:27 pm |

    Nice podcast! I almost prefer when you guys do the podcasts with just 2 people. It makes it more conversational, great rapport between JJ and Lindsay this week. Keep up the great work!

  2. achronai
    achronai October 9, 2013 at 10:04 pm |

    The Queen of Bogota? more like Queen Ungabunga…the last in the royal line of Anthony Quinn. If I ever ended up on an island with a whif of cannibalism to it the first face I’d like for is Jelena’s-smiling at me not out of desire but welcome. As long as I don’t have to partake in cannibalistic rituals to be accepted let alone survive. Ofcourse I know that you’re not a cannibal JJ:-) just playing everybody!…on the island I meant. You’re sooo coooooooooooool!
    Jelena would look very good dressed in leaves-OH MY!!!
    Jelena would look very good dressed in leaves-OH MY!!!
    Jelena would look very good dressed in leaves-OH MY!!!

  3. achronai
    achronai October 9, 2013 at 10:23 pm |

    Tsonga is fighting a very very personal battle right now-‘what do I like more? Tennis or French Sushi? Can you tell me?’ He’s not that confused-he fired his coach who refused to comment.

  4. achronai
    achronai October 9, 2013 at 11:18 pm |

    You should keep a barometer for Federer’s ‘confidence levels’ in your podcasts:-)
    Its an important and essential aspect of every journal-like the obituary column.
    He’s got to be one of the most high maintenance specimens ever created by God…naturally.
    Ever hear of the Truman show? such a scenario and service would do wonders to his confidence
    and his Tennis. He’d most likely win a couple more majors as a result. He needs people to support him as the goat of Tennis,the center of the universe and not as a ‘has been’ which clearly isn’t good enough for him. Even his fashion sense suffers as a result. Needless to say that type of service doesn’t come cheap. Again I’m referring to the Truman Show. The next best and cheaper alternative would be to practice at home or in Dubai on top of the Burj-Al-Arab hotel where the winds carry the whispers of goatliness to his ears from the 4 corners of the earth. The problem is there are no tennis tournaments there. It works to a certain extent but its just not the same thing. His ‘high maintenance’ character(aside from his achievements) make a strong case for him as the GOAT of tennis imho.

  5. achronai
    achronai October 9, 2013 at 11:22 pm |

    As long as Nadal doesn’t climb up his bean stalk.

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