by Kate Smart, 22 Feb 2017
The lines between sport and entertainment are becoming increasingly blurred, but is this necessarily a bad thing?
by Justin Ahrns, 10 Feb 2017
Coming off a disappointing end to his 2016 season which was cut short by a niggling wrist injury, Rafael Nadal played some of the best tennis Australia has ever seen him play at the 2017 Australian Open.
by Ritesh Misra, 2 Feb 2017
Legendary allrounder Kapil Dev maintains that there is no such thing as the “greatest of all time” (GOAT). He says one can always be best of a generation and it is not fair to compare across generations.
by Monisha Dikshit, 1 Feb 2017
Sunday night at Rod Laver Arena saw another Australian Open final. No records were at stake, nor was history destined to be rewritten, yet the tennis world was about to witness something it had never imagined a fortnight ago.
by MonkeyMayes, 31 Jan 2017
Apparently around 6 million people tuned in to watch Roger Federer play Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open men’s tennis final last Sunday. One can only guess at the number worldwide.
by mastermind5991, 31 Jan 2017
The Australian Open has seen some incredible upsets shape both the men’s and women’s draws, two surprise semi-finalists in the women’s draw, and of course two legends lifting the trophy again.
by Kate Smart, 30 Jan 2017
The 2017 edition of the Australian Open was a celebration of why champions choose their time to retire, not tennis fans or the media.
by David Lord, 30 Jan 2017
Roger Federer overcame his 35 years, his 100th Australian Open match, and a dogged Rafael Nadal to set up his record 18th Slam with a sensational 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 victory.
by Stuart Thomas, 30 Jan 2017
While much of the world is still grappling with the outcome of the US Election and a result which still seems inexplicable to some, the result is in fact, not that amazing at all. It’s quite tame really when compared to what we see in the world of sport on a daily basis.
by Tim Miller, 30 Jan 2017
He’s done it again.