Richard Hinds Move Lance Armstrong's book to the fiction section where it belongs.
Richard Hinds ONE set down. Court surface hotter than a well-used wok. A tall, troublesome, big-serving opponent firing bullets from the fourth floor.
Richard Hinds One set down. Court surface hotter than a well-oiled wok. A tall, troublesome, big-serving opponent firing bullets from the fourth floor.
Richard Hinds With apologies to James Duckworth, whose continued presence provides the welcome gift of cricket-related weather jokes, this Australian Open is now the Bernie Show.
Richard Hinds Once, at the Australian Open, you would find Paul McNamee prowling the corridors wearing a well-cut suit, running the tournament with the effortless authority of a Vegas floorwalker.
Richard Hinds Around court 16 at Melbourne Park, a large group of fans more interested in seeing Bernard Tomic hone his forehand than watch a real match train their mobile phones on the newly minted Sydney...
Richard Hinds Rough diamond Bernard Tomic is not the first to ruffle feathers.
Richard Hinds The derbies might still be the A-league's exceptions outside the finals.
Richard Hinds The Big Bash League, we were promised, would save cricket. What will save BBL?
Richard Hinds There is an equation often used by Australian soccer fans to illustrate the victimisation they feel: 11 arrests during a one-dayer at the SCG equals a quiet night out; 11 arrests at an A-League game...
Richard Hinds A QUICK poll. Tasmanians hate a) Test cricket, b) Sri Lankans or c) Ricky Ponting.
You don't have to be Einstein to see selectors are testing the laws of relativity in Johnson call-up
Richard Hinds Einstein strikes me as more of a chess man. But had the great physicist studied the Australian squad for the Perth Test, would he have considered Mitchell Johnson's inclusion a compelling example of...
Richard Hinds Ed Cowan's maiden century at the Gabba was one for old-fashioned opening batsmen's values. At what's left of the Adelaide Oval, David Warner, Michael Clarke and Michael Hussey took the game into...
Richard Hinds TV deal worth $160 million gives A-League a chance to consolidate, and grow.
Richard Hinds There must be times when Adam Scott feels like a concert violinist playing the bongos.
Richard Hinds There must be times when Adam Scott feels like a concert violinist playing the bongoes. There is such a fierce spotlight on the things he cannot do - putt with sufficient reliability, win a major -...
Richard Hinds After Adam Scott held a four-shot lead with four holes to play at this year's British Open, he somehow blew his chance to win a first major, but handled the post-round inquisitions about his game and...
Richard Hinds Adam Scott's appetite for success might be gauged by performance at Australian Masters
Richard Hinds After the first day, the Australians were pinned to the canvas with a South African boot on their throats.
Richard Hinds This was a red letter day for opening batsmen, both accomplished and bog ordinary. Those for whom the only tempting drive is to the nets, and runs are a desirable, but not necessarily obligatory,...