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Sharapova pays tribute to Williams

Rob Forsaith 10:20pm Maria Sharapova says Serena Williams was simply too good in the Australian Open final, but she was happy to have tested herself against the best.

Gallen produces his boxing best

Adrian Warren 10:10pm NSW and Australian rugby league star Paul Gallen has stretched his unbeaten professional boxing record to three fights with a points win in Sydney.

Australia down South Korea, win Asian Cup

Steve Larkin 10:39pm Australia downed South Korea 2-1 in extra-time in the Asian Cup final on Saturday night in Sydney.

Bobridge just misses cycling world record

Roger Vaughan 10:06pm Australian cyclist Jack Bobridge has fallen two laps, or 500m, short of breaking the prestigious world hour record.

Murray tunes out during Djokovic's semi

Rob Forsaith 7:46pm Andy Murray says he will review footage of Novak Djokovic's semi-final win at the Australian Open, having made an effort to tune out during the match.

Jets sign Mullen on short A-League deal

7:22pm A day after leaving Western Sydney, defender Daniel Mullen has signed a four-month contract through to the end of the A-League season with Newcastle.

Comeback King boosts Souths' Nines bid

Laine Clark 6:49pm Returning retirees Matt King and Ken Nagas have had a memorable start to their Auckland Nines campaigns.

Djokovic ready for titanic Aust Open final

Darren Walton 5:06pm World No.1 Novak Djokovic says there's 'no clear favourite' for his Australian Open final showdown with Andy Murray at Melbourne Park.

Tahs score 10 tries in first rugby trial

6:52pm Defending Super Rugby champions the NSW Waratahs have scored 10 tries to two in their first trial of the year.

NZ crush Pakistan by seven wickets

7:38pm New Zealand barely break a sweat in seeing off a rusty Pakistan by seven wickets in the first ODI at Wellington.

Ewan is a rising star in cycling

Roger Vaughan 3:57pm While much of the focus will be on Cadel Evans in his last professional race, Caleb Ewan could take the win.

No rift in Australian camp, says Clarke

Nick Campton 3:19pm Australian skipper Michael Clarke has hit back at speculation his campaign to get fit for the World Cup has created a rift between him and his teammates.

Canberra turn Nines on head in Auckland

Laine Clark 6:48pm Canberra have snatched a stunning upset win over favourites the Warriors to turn the Auckland Nines on its head at Eden Park.

Djokovic the popular pick among legends

Jason Phelan 2:15pm World No.1 Novak Djokovic is the popular pick among Australian tennis legends to defeat Andy Murray in the Australian Open men's final.

Out-of-favour Appiah leaves Wanderers

1:01pm Western Sydney Wanderers foundation player Kwabena Appiah has left the A-League club after struggling for game time over the last three months.

Australia play it cautious with Watson

Justin Chadwick 5:21pm Australia will welcome back star paceman Mitchell Johnson for Sunday's Tri-Series final against England at the WACA Ground.

History against City in Wanderers visit

Ben McKay 9:27am Melbourne City midfield man Aaron Mooy says there's no ill-feeling or extra spice in his first A-League match against old side Western Sydney Wanderers.

Jets players could be involved in standoff

Paul Johnson and Vince Rugari 9:24am Newcastle Jets players are reportedly being encouraged to return to training this weekend despite being sacked by owner Nathan Tinkler.

Williams wins sixth Australian Open title

Darren Walton 10:27pm World No.1 Serena Williams has beaten Maria Sharapova in straight sets to claim a record sixth Australian Open crown and 19th career grand slam title.

India sweat on Sharma for World Cup

Justin Chadwick 7:01am India captain MS Dhoni says his team's confidence remains intact despite their winless tour of Australia.

England beat India, reach Tri-Series final

Justin Chadwick 6:11am Half-centuries to Jos Buttler and James Taylor have lifted England to a hard-fought win over India in theirs one-day clash at the WACA Ground.

Socceroos coach proud of Asian Cup

Steve Larkin 6:05am Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he's proud of the impact the Asian Cup is having on football in Australia.

Bobridge primed for cycling record ride

Roger Vaughan 5:49am Jack Bobridge will try to break cycling's hour record on Saturday night in the midst of a massive weekend for the sport in Victoria.

Aussies win boys' doubles at Open

Rob Forsaith 5:26am Victorian Jake Delaney and Marc Polmans of NSW win the boys' doubles title at the Australian Open tennis.

Figo, van Praag name FIFA election backers

Graham Dunbar 5:12am Former star player Luis Figo, Dutch boss Michael van Praag and FIFA VP Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan seeking election as head of world football.

Brazil Indy race cancelled because of cost

Tales Azzoni 4:18am Overspending for the FIFA World Cup costs Brazil an IndyCar race scheduled for March 8 as the government struggles with financial trouble.

English want to expand RL Club Series

Ian Laybourn 2:20am English rugby league officials wants to earn respect from Australia in the coming World Club Series.

Old Firm rivalry headed for game 400

Steve Douglas 1:08am It's been three years since Glasgow giants Celtic and Rangers met on a football pitch and fans are warming their old hatreds for a League Cup semi-final.

Djokovic into Australian Open final

Rob Forsaith 11:37pm Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka served up another memorable five-setter at the Australian Open, with top seed Djokovic winning the semi-final.

Magnussen, Campbell in strong swim wins

Chris Pike 5:26am James Magnussen and Cate Campbell have opened 2015 with strong individual wins at the Aquatic Super Series in Perth.