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About

Some of the sports I cover include:

* Mostly AFL
* NRL
* State of Origin
* Grand Slam tennis, including the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open
* The WTA Tour Championships and ATP World Tour Finals
* I also very rarely cover cricket and Formula One.

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Member Since:
January 2013
Based In:
Sydney, New South Wales
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football, League,

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Madison Keys: The next big thing?

Madison Keys: The next big thing?

13 hours ago

In 2013, Sloane Stephens announced herself on the big stage when she upset Serena Williams en route to reaching her first Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open. Last year, Eugenie Bouchard did the same, defeating Ana Ivanovic in the quarter-finals before losing to eventual champion Li Na in the semi-finals. This year, the young […]

The quarter-finals beckon for Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic

The quarter-finals beckon for Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic

2 days ago

Having displayed impressive form throughout the first week of the Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic are on course for the quarter-finals, but first they must overcome opponents of contrasting difficulty. Kyrgios defeated Tunisia’s Malek Jaziri in straight sets to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open for the first time, while Tomic […]

Williams and Wozniacki set for tough tests against fallen former foes

Williams and Wozniacki set for tough tests against fallen former foes

5 days ago

World number one Serena Williams and her best friend on tour Caroline Wozniacki’s quarter-final collision course threatens to be derailed, with both players facing tough second-round matches against opponents attempting to bounce back from contrasting injuries. Williams started her bid to win her first Australian Open title since 2010 by defeating Belgium’s Alison van Uytvanck […]

Gajdosova and Matosevic face tough tests on Day 3

Gajdosova and Matosevic face tough tests on Day 3

6 days ago

After cracking through for their first wins at the Australian Open, Aussies Jarmila Gajdosova and Marinko Matosevic will have to take their games to another level when they face tougher, higher-ranked opponents on Wednesday. Matosevic came from two-sets-to-one down to win for only the third time at Grand Slam level, defeating Russian qualifier Alexander Kurdyavtsev […]

No more excuses for Petra Kvitova in 2015

No more excuses for Petra Kvitova in 2015

18 Jan 2015

Having won one of the most important lead-up events to the Australian Open, 2015 shapes as the year where Petra Kvitova must start to perform at the Grand Slams outside of the All England Club. Dual Wimbledon champion Kvitova warmed up for the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, where she was a semi-finalist […]

Ten years of Djokovic and Ivanovic at the Grand Slams

Ten years of Djokovic and Ivanovic at the Grand Slams

17 Jan 2015

This year’s Australian Open will mark the tenth anniversary of the debut of two of Serbia’s most popular and established tennis stars. It was at the 2005 Australian Open where Novak Djokovic and Ana Ivanovic made their debuts on the big stage, and both endured mixed fortunes as they launched their fledgling careers. En route […]

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