:? When you broadcast for us please take the few minutes to learn pronunciation of player names. Ask a coach, ask a player. It is called homework. ESPN had a show where young people competed to be real sports announcers. The station boss said” “One thing is totally unacceptable, mispronouncing names.” In golf they go to trouble to get Olazabal correct. But you are amateurish and act like it is really hard. No just you. There is no player named Zuh Vonarayva. There is no player named Duh Menteeyayva. In her name after T there is a soft sign “myakhi znak” that has you pallatize, soften the T, moving your tongue up to roof of mouth. If adds small trace of y glide. Ask her. You come across lazy and like Americans who care nothing about foreign stuff. But this tour is mostly not US players, Ms Shriver. Sometimes you just laugh when giving up pronouncing a Euro name. We must listen to this for an hour or more, accent on wrong syllable, wrong consonant sound, added sounds, dropped syllables. It gets so bad when you go over a draw and butcher name after name.