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The Border Mail
Gazza shoots for glory on national stageto go. His road to make amends starts at the end of this month when he heads to
Gazza shoots for glory on national stage
The Border Mail / Posted 27 minutes ago
to go. His road to make amends starts at the end of this month when he heads to Jamberoo Golf Club in NSW to compete in the Australian Open from May 26 to 29. Mr Jordan said he hoped to qualify for the national team to travel to China in August for... Read more
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International Business Times
Rafael Nadal vs Sam Querrey, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, streaming info a difficult 2015 season, which was blighted by injury, Nadal has had a better s
Rafael Nadal vs Sam Querrey, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, streaming info
International Business Times / Posted 48 minutes ago
a difficult 2015 season, which was blighted by injury, Nadal has had a better start to the 216 campaign. After a disastrous Australian Open, where he was knocked out in the first round by Fernando Verdasco, he has made it to the semi-finals or... Read more
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give me sport
Novak Djokovic teams up with Real Madrid superstarshaving won the ATP World Tour Finals in November, he'll be hoping to keep that
Novak Djokovic teams up with Real Madrid superstars
give me sport / Posted an hour ago
having won the ATP World Tour Finals in November, he'll be hoping to keep that sort of form going when he appears in the Australian Open in January. AUSSIE GLORY The major in Melbourne is Djokovic's most fruitful; four of his seven Grand Slam... Read more
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give me sport
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
give me sport / Posted an hour ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Gazza’s bid to be an Australian championroad to make amends starts at the end of this month when he heads to Jamberoo G
Gazza’s bid to be an Australian champion
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
road to make amends starts at the end of this month when he heads to Jamberoo Golf Club in NSW to compete in the Australian Open from May 26 to 29. Mr Jordan said he hoped to play well enough he would be picked in the national team which... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted an hour ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted an hour ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
Kingston Guardian / Posted an hour ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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Gazette
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
Gazette / Posted 2 hours ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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guardian-series
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
guardian-series / Posted 2 hours ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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Harrow Times
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coricnumber five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournamen
Novak Djokovic enjoys his Madrid Open victory over training partner Borna Coric
Harrow Times / Posted 2 hours ago
number five Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw from the women's tournament due to a lower back injury. The two-time Australian Open champion, seeded fourth, was set to meet Louisa Chirico in the third round, so the American was given a... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Australia integrity unit beefed up after corruption claimssport after their showcase tournament was blighted earlier this year by allegat
Australia integrity unit beefed up after corruption claims
Reuters Sports News / Posted 2 hours ago
sport after their showcase tournament was blighted earlier this year by allegations of global inaction to combat it. The Australian Open, the year's first grand slam tournament, was rocked on its opening day by reports the sport's global... Read more
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SportsFan
Tennis Australia creates integrity rolethe increasing integrity issues in the sport. Sports administrator Ann West ha
Tennis Australia creates integrity role
SportsFan / Posted 2 hours ago
the increasing integrity issues in the sport. Sports administrator Ann West has been appointed to the role after the Australian Open in January was rocked by allegations of widespread corruption in tennis. West will be responsible for... Read more
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International Business Times
Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista Agut, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and live streaming info meanwhile, has had a successful start to the season winning the ATP 250 series,
Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista Agut, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and live streaming info
International Business Times / Posted 2 hours ago
meanwhile, has had a successful start to the season winning the ATP 250 series, while also making the round of 16 at the Australian Open and the Master Series tournaments in Miami and Monte Carlo. He could provide the World No 1 with a sterner... Read more
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International Business Times
Andy Murray vs Gilles Simon, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, streaming information Stepanek in the previous round. The Scot has had a difficult season thus far an
Andy Murray vs Gilles Simon, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, streaming information
International Business Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Stepanek in the previous round. The Scot has had a difficult season thus far and has made just one final, which was at the Australian Open. He has since struggled to reach the summit clash and failed to make it past the round of 32 at Indian Wells... Read more
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SportsFan
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quartersthe world No.6 and two-time Wimbledon champion, 6-3 6-4 earlier on Wednesday.
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quarters
SportsFan / Posted 3 hours ago
the world No.6 and two-time Wimbledon champion, 6-3 6-4 earlier on Wednesday. Gavrilova, who also beat Kvitova at the Australian Open, has a golden opportunity to extend her run in the Spanish capital following the withdrawal of fourth seed... Read more
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Times of Malta
Sports round(picture, right) has withdrawn from the Madrid Open due to a lower back injury,
Sports round
Times of Malta / Posted 4 hours ago
(picture, right) has withdrawn from the Madrid Open due to a lower back injury, the WTA has announced. The two-time Australian Open champion was set to meet American Louisa Chirico in the third round but the latter has now been given a... Read more
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Times of Malta
Tomic slammed for match point ‘tank’being smashed 6-0 6-1 in 28 minutes by Finn Jarkko Nieminen in Miami in 2014.
Tomic slammed for match point ‘tank’
Times of Malta / Posted 4 hours ago
being smashed 6-0 6-1 in 28 minutes by Finn Jarkko Nieminen in Miami in 2014. Tomic came under fire in the lead-up to the Australian Open for retiring during his Sydney International quarter-final after telling the chair umpire his mind was on the... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Nick Kyrgios Madrid Open: Stan Wawrinka beaten, five reasons Aussie is in exciting shapealong the way. His next opponent is world No.27 Pablo Cuevas, whom he defeated
Nick Kyrgios Madrid Open: Stan Wawrinka beaten, five reasons Aussie is in exciting shape
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
along the way. His next opponent is world No.27 Pablo Cuevas, whom he defeated in straight sets in the second round at the Australian Open earlier this year. Should he emerge victorious, he will push for his 20th win of 2016 against either Gasquet... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bankfurther controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after tel
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bank
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 hours ago
further controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after telling an umpire he was looking towards the Australian Open, where he was desperate to accrue the ranking points needed to get him closer to the top 10. "I need to get... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bankfurther controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after tel
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bank
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
further controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after telling an umpire he was looking towards the Australian Open, where he was desperate to accrue the ranking points needed to get him closer to the top 10. "I need to get... Read more
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The Age
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bankfurther controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after tel
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bank
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
further controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after telling an umpire he was looking towards the Australian Open, where he was desperate to accrue the ranking points needed to get him closer to the top 10. "I need to get... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bankfurther controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after tel
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bank
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
further controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after telling an umpire he was looking towards the Australian Open, where he was desperate to accrue the ranking points needed to get him closer to the top 10. "I need to get... Read more
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SportsFan
Tomic still laughing all the way to bankfurther controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after tel
Tomic still laughing all the way to bank
SportsFan / Posted 6 hours ago
further controversy in January when he retired from a match in Sydney after telling an umpire he was looking towards the Australian Open, where he was desperate to accrue the ranking points needed to get him closer to the top 10. "I need to get... Read more
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Canberra Times
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quartersbefore my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back."
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quarters
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
before my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back." The 26-year-old Belarusian, a two-time Australian Open winner, had been the highest seed left in the women's draw after Agnieszka Radwanska, Angelique Kerber and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quartersbefore my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back."
Stosur joins Gavilova in Madrid quarters
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
before my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back." The 26-year-old Belarusian, a two-time Australian Open winner, had been the highest seed left in the women's draw after Agnieszka Radwanska, Angelique Kerber and... Read more
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Golf Magazine
Adam Scott, Who Is Picking Family Over Olympics, Should Be Applaudedof his home country, Australia. He still returns home and supports and plays in
Adam Scott, Who Is Picking Family Over Olympics, Should Be Applauded
Golf Magazine / Posted 10 hours ago
of his home country, Australia. He still returns home and supports and plays in the big Australian events, like the Australian Open. A lot of other big-name Aussie golfers can't say that, including Jason Day. To expect Scott to give up two... Read more
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SportsFan
Stosur joins Gavrilova in Madrid quartersbefore my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back."
Stosur joins Gavrilova in Madrid quarters
SportsFan / Posted 11 hours ago
before my warm-up it did feel better, but once I started hitting it came back." The 26-year-old Belarusian, a two-time Australian Open winner, had been the highest seed left in the women's draw after Agnieszka Radwanska, Angelique Kerber and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Maria Sharapova shows off her edgy sense of styleMeldonium, The number nine-ranked tennis player in the world revealed in March
Maria Sharapova shows off her edgy sense of style
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
Meldonium, The number nine-ranked tennis player in the world revealed in March that she failed a drug test at the 2016 Australian Open and was provisionally suspended from the sport. Hitting the city: After enjoying a glam night on the Met... Read more
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SportsFan
Dasha in Spain WTA quarters, beats Kvitovathird round. The draw does not get any easier for Gavrilova, who is set for a
Dasha in Spain WTA quarters, beats Kvitova
SportsFan / Posted 19 hours ago
third round. The draw does not get any easier for Gavrilova, who is set for a last-eight showdown with two-time Australian Open winner and fourth seed Victoria Azarenka of Belarus. The Australian accounted for Britain's Heather Watson... Read more
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Canberra Times
Todd Woodbridge positive over Nick Kyrgios' French Open tilt– some of that's going to play in his favour. "The French is an endurance test
Todd Woodbridge positive over Nick Kyrgios' French Open tilt
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
– some of that's going to play in his favour. "The French is an endurance test – a different endurance to the heat of the Australian Open or the humidity of the US Open. It is a physically enduring tournament, so to perform well there he's... Read more
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The North West Star
Todd Woodbridge positive over Nick Kyrgios' French Open tilt– some of that's going to play in his favour. "The French is an endurance test
Todd Woodbridge positive over Nick Kyrgios' French Open tilt
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
– some of that's going to play in his favour. "The French is an endurance test – a different endurance to the heat of the Australian Open or the humidity of the US Open. It is a physically enduring tournament, so to perform well there he's... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
French Tennis Federation raided amid alleged corruption and ticket traffickingfaced being thrown out of the sport for life on charges of serious corruption.
French Tennis Federation raided amid alleged corruption and ticket trafficking
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 21 hours ago
faced being thrown out of the sport for life on charges of serious corruption. Just over a month later, Maria Sharapova revealed she had been provisionally banned from the sport having failed a drug test after losing January’s Australian Open fi... Read more
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SportsFan
MCG proposes billion-dollar upgradefans would be better access to Richmond rail station after major events such as
MCG proposes billion-dollar upgrade
SportsFan / Posted 22 hours ago
fans would be better access to Richmond rail station after major events such as AFL matches, international cricket or the Australian Open. Currently, there are major crowd bottlenecks at the station. Importantly, the raised platforms would also... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Australia's Tomic slammed for match point 'tank'being smashed 6-0 6-1 in 28 minutes by Finn Jarkko Nieminen in Miami in 2014.
Australia's Tomic slammed for match point 'tank'
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
being smashed 6-0 6-1 in 28 minutes by Finn Jarkko Nieminen in Miami in 2014. Tomic came under fire in the leadup to the Australian Open for retiring during his Sydney International quarter-final after telling the chair umpire his mind was on the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Nadal, Murray advance to 3rd round at Madrid Mastersat least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year
Nadal, Murray advance to 3rd round at Madrid Masters
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
at least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year, with the early eliminations coming at the Australian Open and in Miami. “I’m happy with the way I started the clay-court season,” Nadal said. “Today, another victory,... Read more
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The Courier
Billion-dollar plan to keep the MCG precinct the best in the worldMelbourne Park with the option to relocate existing facilities and "free up lan
Billion-dollar plan to keep the MCG precinct the best in the world
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Melbourne Park with the option to relocate existing facilities and "free up land in Melbourne Park to better service the Australian Open and facilitate the redevelopment of a new stadium". MCC chief executive officer Stephen Gough said the plan... Read more
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Rippa
Stan Wawrinka v Nick Kyrgios Madrid Masters Preview and Match Time: Kyrgios and Wawrinka resume bitter rivalrymonths of the year went nicely for the two-time Grand Slam champion, who exited
Stan Wawrinka v Nick Kyrgios Madrid Masters Preview and Match Time: Kyrgios and Wawrinka resume bitter rivalry
Rippa / Posted yesterday
months of the year went nicely for the two-time Grand Slam champion, who exited earlier than he would have wanted to at the Australian Open (in the fourth round at the hands of Milos Raonic) and in Marseille, where he lost to BFF Benoit Paire in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Billion-dollar plan to keep the MCG precinct the best in the worldMelbourne Park with the option to relocate existing facilities and "free up lan
Billion-dollar plan to keep the MCG precinct the best in the world
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Melbourne Park with the option to relocate existing facilities and "free up land in Melbourne Park to better service the Australian Open and facilitate the redevelopment of a new stadium". MCC chief executive officer Stephen Gough said the plan... Read more
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News.com.au
Footy reboot: plan to build deck over Brunton Avenue for punters to access Richmond stationsides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concou
Footy reboot: plan to build deck over Brunton Avenue for punters to access Richmond station
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
sides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concourses would lead sports fans from the MCG and Australian Open tennis precinct to Richmond station, reducing the bottleneck of fans which forms after major events. ... and... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
MCG transformation as deck planned over Brunton Avenuesides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concou
MCG transformation as deck planned over Brunton Avenue
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
sides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concourses would lead sports fans from the MCG and Australian Open tennis precinct to Richmond station, reducing the bottleneck of fans which forms after major events. It... Read more
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International Business Times
Kei Nishikori vs Fabio Fognini, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and live streaming information round of the Madrid Open.Betting odds (betfair) The duo have faced each other
Kei Nishikori vs Fabio Fognini, Madrid Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and live streaming information
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
round of the Madrid Open.Betting odds (betfair) The duo have faced each other only once so far way back in 2011 at the Australian Open. Nishikori won that encounter 6-1, 6-4, 6-7, 6-4.Madrid Open history Nishikori and Fognini have never played... Read more
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dna
Madrid Masters: Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Simona Halep advance to 3rd roundat least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year
Madrid Masters: Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Simona Halep advance to 3rd round
dna / Posted yesterday
at least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year, with the early eliminations coming at the Australian Open and in Miami. "I'm happy with the way I started the clay-court season," Nadal said. "Today, another victory,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Radical $1b plan to transform MCGsides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concou
Radical $1b plan to transform MCG
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
sides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concourses would lead sports fans from the MCG and Australian Open tennis precinct to Richmond station, reducing the bottleneck of fans which forms after major events. It... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Optus' EPL plans will lead to short-term conversions and long-term resentmentto cut it back. While AFL and NRL will always have a free-to-air presence just
Optus' EPL plans will lead to short-term conversions and long-term resentment
MumBRELLA / Posted yesterday
to cut it back. While AFL and NRL will always have a free-to-air presence just imagine if this deal had happened for the Australian Open tennis or V8 Supercars? Fans were vocal enough when the majority of the motorsport went to Fox Sports but for... Read more
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Perth Now
Radical $1b plan to transform MCGsides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concou
Radical $1b plan to transform MCG
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
sides of the railway tracks between the MCG and Melbourne Park. The new concourses would lead sports fans from the MCG and Australian Open tennis precinct to Richmond station, reducing the bottleneck of fans which forms after major events. It... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Nadal, Murray advance to 3rd round at Madrid Mastersat least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year
Nadal, Murray advance to 3rd round at Madrid Masters
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
at least the semifinals in six of the eight tournaments he has played this year, with the early eliminations coming at the Australian Open and in Miami. "I'm happy with the way I started the clay-court season," Nadal said. "Today, another victory,... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Optus' EPL plans will lead to short-term conversions and long-term resentmentto cut it back. While AFL and NRL will always have a free-to-air presence just
Optus' EPL plans will lead to short-term conversions and long-term resentment
MumBRELLA / Posted yesterday
to cut it back. While AFL and NRL will always have a free-to-air presence just imagine if this deal had happened for the Australian Open tennis or V8 Supercars? Fans were vocal enough when the majority of the motorsport went to Fox Sports, but... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Australia's Tomic slammed for match point 'tank'Australia's Bernard Tomic hits a shot during his third round match against comp
Australia's Tomic slammed for match point 'tank'
Reuters Sports News / Posted yesterday
Australia's Bernard Tomic hits a shot during his third round match against compatriot John Millman at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 24, 2016. MELBOURNE Bernard Tomic's on-court commitment has come under... Read more
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