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Kei Nishikori vs Ivan Dodig: 2015 Australian Open live scores

Kei Nishikori vs Ivan Dodig: 2015 Australian Open live scores

6 days ago

Fifth seeded Kei Nishikori comes up against Ivan Dodig in his second round match at the 2015 Australian Open today. Join The Roar for live scores from 11am AEDT. Nishikori continued his hot form in the first round of the Open to defeat a tricky first-round opponent in former world number nine Nicolas Almagro. Nishikori […]

Can football afford to walk away from SBS?

Can football afford to walk away from SBS?

21 Jan 2015

While I applaud and greatly respect all SBS has done for football, I also believe the network has had some shortcomings. Recently, there have been a number of articles indicating FFA were less than pleased with SBS’s development of a free-to-air football product. Their ratings are well below even what SBS believed they would be. […]

Australian selectors need less ‘instinct’, more Moneyball

Australian selectors need less 'instinct', more Moneyball

31 Dec 2014

The selection of Australia’s Test cricket team always incites fierce controversy and criticism of the selectors. Observing recent selections it is clear that the Australian selectors are not adopting a Moneyball approach. Moneyball is the system made famous by Billy Beane in Major League Baseball to assess the suitability of players based entirely on statistics. […]

IPL reaping rewards for India

IPL reaping rewards for India

31 Dec 2014

One of the key motivations for wealthy Indian businessmen to create the Indian Premier League was to establish an environment where more young Indian players were exposed to international cricket and the best players in the world. They are starting to see the fruits of this now. The likes of Virat Kohli have grown up […]

The All Blacks will be hardest hit by the post-World Cup exodus

The All Blacks will be hardest hit by the post-World Cup exodus

20 Dec 2014

Another four-year cycle will conclude in 2015 with the Rugby World Cup. For the three southern hemisphere teams, this always marks a time where their squads change due to the exodus of current players to foreign shores. Australia and New Zealand have a policy of only selecting locally-based players for their national teams. South Africa […]

It’s an emergency, we need to replace every Wallaby

It's an emergency, we need to replace every Wallaby

19 Dec 2014

Rugby season for Australia is over, Christmas is approaching, and Scott Allen has retired… so it’s understandable that traffic on The Roar is trickling down into slender stream. Encouraged by the general non-negativity and somewhat healthy opinions voiced on my first post on the Wallabies of 2014, I thought I would try to energise the […]

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