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It’s 2009 all over again in the 2014 Formula One season

It's 2009 all over again in the 2014 Formula One season

9 Apr 2014

While rule changes have dominated the 2014 Formula One season so far, some things haven’t changed. After three rounds, the 2014 championship is reminiscent of the 2009 season, which saw Jenson Button win the world championship. In so many ways, what is unfolding this year resembles season 2009. For one, the 2009 championship – like […]

Is Bernard Tomic still our best male tennis player?

29 Dec 2013

Tomic’s reign as the Australian number one is under threat if he fails to deliver during the summer of tennis. As we enter the Australian summer the pressure will be all on Tomic as he defends his Sydney title and his third round at this year’s Australian Open. What is also under threat is his […]

Redbacks squad has what it takes to emulate the class of 1995/96

12 Dec 2013

For the first time in a long time there is a genuine buzz about South Australia’s Redbacks in the Sheffield Shield competition. After defeating ladder leaders New South Wales yesterday, South Australia is now at the top heading into the Christmas and Big Bash break. It is the first time since the start of the […]

Dellacqua the favourite as the Australian Open playoff begins

9 Dec 2013

Now a tradition of the Australian summer, this week sees the return of the Australian Open playoff with 16 of Australia’s best women’s tennis players competing for a spot in the first Grand Slam of the year. On offer to the winner of the AO playoff is a lucrative wild card into the Australian Open, […]

Australian Open men's playoff: Ben Mitchell looks to go back to back

9 Dec 2013

Now a tradition of the Australian summer, this week sees the return of the Australian Open playoff with 16 of Australia’s best players competing for a spot in the first Grand Slam of the year. On offer to the winner of the AO playoff is a lucrative wildcard into the Australian Open and the opportunity […]

Top 100 beckons for Nick Kyrgios over the Australian summer

2 Oct 2013

It seemed unimaginable twelve months ago, but Australian youngster Nick Kyrgios could be in the world’s top 100 by the end of the Australian summer. As the former junior No. 1 transitions to the men’s game, the opportunities for the Aussie to compete in tournaments increase. In the next month, Kyrgios will compete in up […]

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