Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds is the Chief Sports Columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald

Is winning the way to win us over?

Richard Hinds Rough diamond Bernard Tomic is not the first to ruffle feathers.

Reversal of fortune stings but McNamee has carved new niche

Richard Hinds dinkus

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.

Tennis

Like him or not, fans can't have it both ways on Tomic

Tomic

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...

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Plenty left in tank for champagne Sharapova

Maria

Richard Hinds IF MARIA SHARAPOVA looks particularly fresh when she walks onto the court for her Australian Open semi-final against Li Na on Thursday, do not give credit to the lotions from which the lavishly...