Greg Baum In life and in sport, the Armstrong legend was built largely on the power of drugs.
Greg Baum In the necessary mythology of the advance of Bernard Tomic at the Australian Open, there had to be somewhere along the way a Daniel Brands.
Greg Baum Cororooke's pitted and pockmarked courts fit into a vivid anecdotal picture.
Greg Baum Bernard Tomic made such a thumping start to the 2013 Australian Open on Tuesday night that the country again will dare to imagine that he will still be there somewhere near the end.
Greg Baum Despite a lay-off, Roger Federer kept his first-round record intact.
Greg Baum The dwelling has begun again. Bernard Tomic made such a thumping start to the 2013 Australian Open on Tuesday night that the country will again dare to imagine he will still be there near the end.
Greg Baum The best that can be said about Sam Stosur’s first match at this year’s Australian Open is that she won it.
Greg Baum It is hard to remember the Australian Open before Lleyton Hewitt. It is hard to imagine it without him.
Greg Baum The best that can be said of Sam Stosur's first match at this year's Australian Open is that she won it.
Greg Baum It would be so much simpler to lampoon Tony Greig than to eulogise him. His chief reknown in the second half of his life was as a cricket commentator who often appeared to be playing up to a...
Greg Baum It would be so much simpler to lampoon Tony Greig than to eulogise him.
Greg Baum Sri Lanka was rudely manhandled back to the beginning, suffering at Australia's hands its third heaviest defeat in Test cricket.
Greg Baum Michael Clarke made a hundred, and Shane Watson did not. In Australian cricket terms, this was as night follows day.
Greg Baum JACKSON BIRD'S first ball passed unremarkably, but the crowd clapped anyway because he was new to Test cricket and because this was Boxing Day at the MCG.
Greg Baum Jackson Bird's first ball passed unremarkably, but the crowd clapped anyway.
Greg Baum Among pioneer broadcaster Tony Charlton's many legacies was a series of eulogies, always word and pitch perfect.
Greg Baum Michael Clarke's work with smoke and mirrors was so deft that another sparse gathering of watchers at Bellerive could have sworn they saw wicketkeeper Matt Wade bowl an over of nippy medium pace.
Greg Baum For the second time in three Tests, Peter Siddle shoulders burden of leading threadbare attack.
Greg Baum The first Western sailors to find Sri Lanka called it the Isle of Serendipity. Serendipity is the faculty for making happy discoveries by accident.
Greg Baum Cricket does not have to be synced to a teenager's temperament to be fulfilling.