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I cover mostly AFL and tennis, as well as some NRL and other sports.

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January 2013
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Sydney, New South Wales
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2017 French Open: Women’s singles preview

2017 French Open: Women's singles preview

2 days ago

With the absence of several stars, this year’s French Open women’s field is the most wide open for a long time.

2017 French Open: Men’s singles preview

2017 French Open: Men's singles preview

3 days ago

The year’s second Grand Slam tournament is now less than a week away and all eyes will be on Rafael Nadal as he attempts to win a record-breaking tenth French Open title.

Tigers and Bombers to light up the G this Saturday night

Tigers and Bombers to light up the G this Saturday night

3 days ago

One of the most important rounds on the AFL calendar has arrived, and the highlight of it will be Saturday night’s annual ‘Dreamtime at the G’ clash between Richmond and Essendon.

Sharapova out, draw wide open: Who will win the French Open?

Sharapova out, draw wide open: Who will win the French Open?

18 May 2017

With the French Open just over a week away, the tournament, already reeling from the absences of Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka, will now be without another drawcard in Maria Sharapova.

Last chance for Origin hopefuls to impress before series opener

Last chance for Origin hopefuls to impress before series opener

17 May 2017

This weekend’s round of matches represent the last chance for hopefuls from both states to impress before Kevin Walters and Laurie Daley name their sides ahead of the State of Origin series opener at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on May 31.

2017 AFL season: Round 9 preview

2017 AFL season: Round 9 preview

17 May 2017

Roughly a third of the season has now passed and while the ladder is starting to take shape, the decline of heavyweight clubs Sydney and Hawthorn may have been exaggerated – for now.