Adam Ludeke Roar Pro

Adam Ludeke

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Member Since:
November 2011
Based In:
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Rugby, Tennis,

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Why aren’t Australia’s best bowlers playing ODIs?

Why aren’t Australia’s best bowlers playing ODIs?

18 Jan 2014

It’s more than three years since Peter Siddle played a one day international for Australia. It’s been two years for Ryan Harris. Nathan Lyon has played in just two in total. All three of these Test bowlers have clearly been branded Test specialists by the national selection panel. The question is why? The only current […]

Sam, can we get our hopes up yet?

Sam, can we get our hopes up yet?

17 Jan 2014

It’s been a long time between drinks and the Australian tennis public is more dehydrated than the Snoopy-spotting Frank Dancevic. But we’ve been here before haven’t we, Sam Stosur? To be fair, it hasn’t always been your fault. Australia has been desperate for a native to win our home slam since the 70s. So desperate […]

Djokovic vs Murray: the new rivalry in men’s tennis

Djokovic vs Murray: the new rivalry in men's tennis

3 Jan 2013

Something special would have to come along to replace the Rafael Nadal v Roger Federer contest as the number one rivalry in men’s tennis. But something special has arrived. Federer, the purist and Nadal, the brute, have undoubtedly re-energised tennis and created some of the best sporting theatre over the last decade. Their individual talents […]

Ashes bolters emerging from pack

21 Dec 2012

They may not be household names yet but the following five men could easily find themselves on a plane to England in six months’ time. Since 2007, it’s been easy to recognise most cricketers in Australia. This is partly due to the fact that every man and his dog have been picked for national honours […]

French Open money still on Djokovic

4 Jun 2012

The second week of the year’s second major is underway, and as usual the big names in men’s tennis are all positioned well. That’s hardly surprising when you consider the consistency of the game’s elite over the last four or five years. And (again, as usual) it appears that it’s ultimately a two-horse race between […]

Kearney or can’t he? Pressure on coach to lift Eels

Kearney or can’t he? Pressure on coach to lift Eels

2 Mar 2012

Labor’s woes since sweeping back to power in 2007 have had an uncanny resemblance to what’s recently been unfolding at one of rugby league’s oldest and most well-known clubs – Parramatta. In April 2009, after the best part of three decades at the helm, long serving “emperor” of Parramatta Denis Fitzgerald – and his board […]

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