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The stats that prove Perry is in a T20 class of her own — and she's only getting better Ellyse Perry is within sight of producing the greatest batting T20 season — in either male or female competitions — in the short history of the format and shapes as the key figure in this weekend's WBBL final between her Sydney Sixers and Brisbane Heat. Osaka responds to 'whitewashing' cartoon Naomi Osaka says she does not believe one of her sponsors intended to "whitewash" her in an advertising campaign, but hopes they will consult her in future.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka 'whitewashed' by cartoonists for second time Matildas fallout highlights growing pains for women's sport So much about the sacking of Matildas coach Alen Stajcic remains open to conjecture, but often-unspoken issues for women's sport are coming to light, writes Richard Hinds.
Kvitova makes first Grand Slam tournament final since stabbing, will play Osaka Petra Kvitova thought she may never play tennis again after being stabbed in a vicious home invasion, but she now finds herself in the Australian Open final where she will face Naomi Osaka.
Anna Wintour calls for Margaret Court Arena to be renamed over her SSM stance Vogue magazine editor-in-chief Anna Wintour uses a speech at an Australian Open event to call for the Margaret Court Arena to be renamed in light of the tennis star's opposition to same-sex marriage. Novak Djokovic inspired by wheelchair tennis players Novak Djokovic is a hero to many but the world number one himself looks up to wheelchair tennis players such as Australia's Dylan Alcott.
Bright conditions stop play in Napier ODI Rain, bad light, a wet outfield or even snow has seen play stopped at the cricket in the past, but having to stop because of the sun is a real rarity. What's the score in the cricket?
The value of Shield averages As Australia's Test selectors search for a winning formula from limited resources, there has been a clamour to promote players based on the hard facts of Sheffield Shield performances.
Defensive holes make for lucky escape Graham Arnold's commitment to attacking leaves gaping holes at the back, and a football team with more firepower will ruthlessly expose that deficiency in the latter stages of the Asian Cup. Report behind Alen Stajcic sacking Football bosses decided they could not risk keeping Alen Stajcic as coach after the Matildas Wellbeing Audit showed a quarter of players said they suffered psychological distress but were afraid to seek support.
Davis Cup favouritism claims deserve investigation Regardless of the public contempt Tomic and Kyrgios have earned with their ill-chosen words, their grievances must be heard as part of the high performance review. The rise of blind cricket When Steffan Nero's vision started to decline when he was a teenager, he feared he would never play cricket again — now he's got a baggy green.
Price wins Dakar despite broken wrist Gold Coast motorcycle rider Toby Price has claimed his second Dakar Rally title in Peru, despite riding for 10 days with a broken wrist.
Head for the outer courts Head to the outer courts for an up-close and personal tennis experience, writes David Mark. Tomic and Kyrgios have 'issues' Sam Stosur rightly notes that the behaviour of certain male compatriots has taken the limelight off our overachieving women The art of going downhill fast How do pro cyclists manage the physical and mental challenge of hurtling down a mountain at speeds over kph, when the slightest of errors can lead to serious injury or worse?
Andy Murray never did things easy The Scot's career is almost certainly over after hobbling out of the Australian Open, but his legacy of fighting for every point will ensure he is remembered as one of the greats. Osaka responds to 'whitewashing' cartoon. Connect with ABC News. Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker to be Adelaide Crows co-captains The Adelaide Crows will have co-captains for the first time, with coach Don Pyke saying Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker are "great mates" with skills and qualities that will complement each other.
Majak Daw vows to return to footy The year-old defender says he is making huge strides with his recovery and plans to be playing "in the blue and white stripes" soon. Football clubhouse fire devastates town, but Saints vow to break four-year losing streak After years without a win and their clubhouse now destroyed by fire, the Nangwarry Saints is still determined to make the year its fortunes turn around.
Risk of footy injuries is up to six times higher for women, but research is lacking The growing number of girls and young women playing AFL has brought with it a rise in serious injuries on the field.
Nathan Tinkler on his spectacular rise and fall Former coal tycoon and discharged bankrupt Nathan Tinkler defends his track record, shrugging off suggestions he left a trail of unpaid debts in the wake of his collapsed mining empire. Maroons great Greg Inglis announces retirement in Maroons and Australia great Greg Inglis announces a timeline for his retirement from the NRL, setting as his final year in the game. Greg Inglis remorseful after escaping drink driving charge Rugby league star Greg Inglis escapes a conviction record for the drink driving charge in that cost him the Kangaroos' captaincy.
Michael Cheika survives as Wallabies coach in Rugby Australia restructure Rugby Australia announces a big restructure after a horror year for the Wallabies, but Michael Cheika survives with Scott Johnson hired as director of rugby to take care of off-field issues.
David Pocock doesn't want Michael Cheika sacked as Wallabies coach Michael Cheika's future with the Wallabies is uncertain amid speculation he will be sacked before Christmas, but arguably his best player, David Pocock, is throwing his support behind the embattled coach. Australian rugby labelled 'dysfunctional' ahead of World Cup Australian rugby is at arguably its lowest ebb less than 12 months out from the World Cup and its future does not look bright, as its governing body comes under heavy criticism.
Matildas fallout highlights growing pains for women's sport So much about the sacking of Matildas coach Alen Stajcic remains open to conjecture, but often-unspoken issues for women's sport are coming to light, writes Richard Hinds.
Thai ambassador to Australia tells Hakeem supporters to be patient Thailand's ambassador to Australia says Hakeem AlAraibi's supporters need to be patient, but sportspeople across the country are rejecting this, instead asking Scott Morrison to directly engage with the Thai Prime Minister.
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