Six Australian Open finals and six trophies. Tick. Joining Rod Laver and Bjorn Bjorg with 11 grand slam wins on a history-making night at Melbourne Park. Tick.
Began his full-time career at The Age as an online sports reporter in 1999 before joining Sportal as the Deputy Editor of the AFL-Telstra online network in 2002. Rejoined the online desk at The Age in 2006 and was online sports editor between 2006 and 2016. Has covered two Olympics (Sydney 2000 and London 2012), numerous Australian Open tennis tournaments and several AFL grand finals. Reads the back page first. Hack golfer. Wannabe tennis star.
Novak Djokovic does not lose Australian Open finals; not his first five, and not the sixth he played and won 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) on Sunday night.
This third round clash is a major test for Nick Kyrgios, who comes up against top 10 stalwart Tomas Berdych.
Holding her lowest seeding at the Australian Open for seven years, Sam Stosur has the fortune of drawing a qualifier in the first round but her path to the business end of the tournament is a little more precarious.
The Flemington race track is expected to even out ahead of the Melbourne Cup, after an inspection found a section in the middle remains softer than the inside.
Seven days and counting. Back to the Future trilogy aficionados will know the date. For those fans, October 21, 2015 is the day when all your Christmases come at once.
Australia enjoyed a marvellous start to the second Ashes Test against England at Lord's, London, reaching 1-337 at stumps.
Follow live final round coverage of the US Masters at Augusta.
The five unforgettable moments or incidents of the World Cup final.
You know a marquee and heavily-promoted sporting event has meandered to a predictable and tedious finish when fans are left remembering the post-race interviews as their highlight of the day.