Bernard Tomic has reignited his simmering war with Tennis Australia after unleashing a brutally scathing attack on tennis legend Pat Rafter and TA chief executive Craig Tiley.
Adam Pengilly Thomas Huet didn't want to be where he was, but connections had seen him do it before and the wide passage the Frenchman traversed with Surfin' Safari didn't matter as Paul Perry's tough-as-teak juvenile joined esteemed company at Rosehill.
Rupert Guinness UTRECHT: A lethal cocktail of hazardous road furniture and blustery North Sea winds could end the Tour de France hopes of any of any overall contender in the race on Sunday.
Adrian Proszenko The man who coached Bernard Tomic for a decade has accused the controversial star of "greed", believing Tennis Australia should have cut off his funding long ago.
Matt Burke The re-signing of Israel Folau during the week was not only a massive coup for Australian rugby but also a massive statement.
Emma Quayle Adelaide has begun the difficult process of looking towards next week's game and the team's return to the field, following the tragic death of coach Phil Walsh.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios was found in breach of Wimbledon's all white policy in Friday's victory against Milos Raonic, bizarrely warned for wearing the tournament's official headband.
Richie Porte Everyone in the Tour de France peloton is at risk of losing time from bad positioning, crashing or having a mechanical in the always nervous and frenetic first week.
Chris Barrett As the Australians awaited news about the state of Ryan Harris's knee their batsmen endured a challenging afternoon against Essex.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios received a code violation for slamming his racquet, which flew into the crowd, but it didn't stop him from continuing his love-affair with the grass courts of Wimbledon.