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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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Get set for a clash of the showmen on Friday night

Get set for a clash of the showmen on Friday night

20 hours ago

In what is set to be one of the most intriguing matches of the Australian Open so far, our last man standing, Nick Kyrgios, will square off with former finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday night.

Why Alex de Minaur and Ashleigh Barty are the fresh breaths of air Australian tennis badly needed

Why Alex de Minaur and Ashleigh Barty are the fresh breaths of air Australian tennis badly needed

5 days ago

After recent controversies surrounding Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic over the past few years, Australian tennis badly needed a fresh breath of air – and that was provided in Sydney this week by Alex de Minaur and Ashleigh Barty.

Can Angelique Kerber return to her best in 2018?

Can Angelique Kerber return to her best in 2018?

5 days ago

This time last year, Angelique Kerber was the world number one and defending Australian Open champion.

2018 Australian Open: Draw analysis and potential matches to watch

2018 Australian Open: Draw analysis and potential matches to watch

12 Jan 2018

The draws for the 2018 Australian Open have been released, throwing up some cracking potential matches over the next fortnight.

2018 Australian Open mega-preview

2018 Australian Open mega-preview

10 Jan 2018

The first Grand Slam tournament of the new year is just around the corner, and while all eyes will be on Roger Federer to see if he can land his milestone 20th Major title, the potential is there for a new women’s champion to be crowned.

Revisiting the 2008 Australian Open, the Grand Slam tournament that had it all

Revisiting the 2008 Australian Open, the Grand Slam tournament that had it all

9 Jan 2018

This year marks ten years since the 2008 Australian Open, a tournament which had just about everything – a change in court surface, a match that finished at 4:30am in the morning, an apparent changing of the guard in men’s tennis and the notable performances by Serbian players.