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The tribalism of rugby league’s showpiece event, State of Origin, is one of the most enduring success stories in Australian sport. And it’s without doubt unique to the code.
Fleet Street is aflutter ahead of Nick Kyrgios’s French Open clash with young Brit Kyle Edmund after the Australian’s cocky confession that he enjoys sex before big matches.
For most of his 71 majors Colin Montgomerie was good enough to win multiple times, but the cantankerous Scot’s temper cost him dearly.
Swiss aces Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka have turned on French Open officials on a day of sensation at Roland Garros.
Nick Kyrgios launches his French Open campaign on Monday confident he has the weapons to wreak more grand slam havoc at Roland Garros.
The Indy 500 and Monaco Grand Prix are the jewels in the crown of their respective categories, and provide a bumper double for motorsport fans this weekend.
Monaco is Formula One’s happy place. The impractical and dangerous streets of the cash-loaded principality have no real business forming a Formula One track, but this rusted-on race has come to represent that anything is possible for Formula One.
ust a week after producing a widely-publicised raft of radical proposals to reform the sport, Formula One’s controversial ‘Strategy Group’ was on Thursday described as “not fit for purpose” by leading team bosses who want to see it scrapped as soon as possible.
I was worried about how useful Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor would be as I stepped onto the court to give it a whirl, but it quickly became clear that the seemingly simple little sensor has the potential to drastically improve the game of anyone that’s even half serious about it.
Mercedes have announced that reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new three-year deal, extending his stay with the German marque until 2018.
Bernard Tomic’s struggles on clay have continued ahead of the French Open, the Australian No.1 retiring during his first round ATP match in Nice.
In what was billed as a pivotal meeting for the future direction of the sport, the Formula One strategy group met on Thursday and decided to accelerate Formula One’s demise.
Formula One fizzled back into life last weekend as teams and drivers reconvened in Barcelona for the start of the European middle leg of the 2015 season.
After another processional Grand Prix, the entertainment value of Formula One is again under the spotlight. While the Circuit de Catalunya always tends to produce a borefest, it’s become a common occurrence in Grand Prix racing.
Two former world number ones, Adam Scott and Tiger Woods, are in urgent need of an adrenalin boost.
Australia is set to field three seeded players at the French Open, with Nick Kyrgios’ win over Roger Federer helping him to a career-high ranking.
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Last year, little-known Canadian Eugenie Bouchard announced herself on the big stage, reaching a pair of semi-finals at the Australian and French Opens, and the final at Wimbledon.
Welcome to version two of the Australian file. Here is what happened last week as Australians rocked the ATP, WTA and ITF.
It was an eventful Day 4 at Roland Garros with favourites Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Maria Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic among those who safely progressed through to the third round.
2009 French Open winner Roger Federer continues his Roland Garros campaign with a second-round match against Marcel Granollers. Join The Roar for live scores of the match from around 9pm (AEST).
Match Results: Stan Wawrinka progresses to the third round of the 2015 French open with a convincing win in four sets over Dusan Lajovic. Wawrinka 6 6 5 6 Lajovic 3 4 7 3
Match Results: A dominant display from Samantha Stosur as she knocks Amandine Hesse out of the 2015 French Open, dropping just a single game in a straight sets victory. Stosur 6 6 Hesse 0 1
Match Results: A convincing straight sets victory for Maria Sharapova over Vitalia Diatchenko sees her move into the third round of the 2015 French Open. Sharapova 6 6 Diatchenko 3 1
The familiar notion of a factory Ford driver leading the V8 Supercar Championship standings has once again come to fruition following the opening four rounds of the 2015 series.
The first round of matches at the French Open are almost over and as expected, most, if not all, of the leading contenders have passed the tricky first hurdle, while some were not so lucky.
The main talking point of last weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix has been the discussion regarding why race and championship leader Lewis Hamilton made a pit stop under the safety car, surrendering both first and second place to his chief championship rivals.
Novak Djokovic starts his campaign for a first French Open title tonight as he faces veteran Jarkko Nieminen in the opening round at the French Open.
Rafael Nadal begins his quest for a 10th French Open title tonight when he takes on wildcard, Quentin Halys, in the first round.
Tennis players appear to be either very easily distracted or quick to blame outside factors for a poor performance.
Match result: Nick Kyrgios has progressed to the second round of the French Open with a straight sets win over Denis Istomin.
Match result: Sam Stosur has cruised into the second round of the French Open with a comfortable win over Madison Brengle. SCORE: STOSUR 6 6 BRENGLE 1 3
The principality of Monte Carlo was once again graced with the presence of Formula One, with the 78 lap Monaco Grand Prix.
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