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Golf

Royal Canberra undecided about future tournaments

David Polkinghorne Royal Canberra is in a ''state of limbo'' on whether to host another elite tournament.

Tennis

As tournaments go, they just don't get any hotter

Jerzy Janowicz of Poland attempts to deal with the heat.

Peter Hanlon Mother Nature provided the biggest controversy at the 2014 Australian Open.

US PGA Tour loses autumn tournaments

The US PGA Tour has lost at least one tournament from its Autumn Series because of the economy, with another tournament still up in the air.

O'Hern out of Australian tournaments

Nick O'Hern has been forced out of all three of Australia's big summer golf tournaments as he undergoes thumb surgery.

Football

Central Coast Mariners' Kim Seung-yong opens up on perils of stardom

Big signing: Central Coast Marinerr' Korean star Kim Seung-yong.

Dominic Bossi Six years ago, Kim Seung-yong couldn't walk down the streets of Seoul without being mobbed by adoring fans.

Tennis

Australia's Fed Cup team aiming to end final drought

Teaming up: From left, Samantha Stosur, Ashleigh Barty, Casey Delacqua and Storm Sanders.

Linda Pearce Fed Cup is like Davis Cup's little sister, the sibling that struggles to be noticed, the one that suffers a minor identity crisis beyond its dedicated inner circle.

Cycling

Zac Shaw turns his back on the bike in search of a life

Zac Shaw at work in Colac

Peter Hanlon Zac Shaw had just returned home from becoming a junior world champion for the second year running when he drove down Colac's main street and saw a group of old school mates.

Tennis

Rafael Nadal brings up 300 clay-court tennis wins

Rafael Nadal of Spain returns the ball to Teymuraz Gabashvili of Russia during the Monte Carlo Masters in Monaco April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (MONACO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER TENNIS)

Scott Williams Top seed Rafael Nadal finished with an ace on match point to seal his 300th career claycourt victory and advance into the quarter-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday.

Tennis

Alicia Molik confident ahead of Fed Cup tie

Linda Pearce Australian captain Alicia Molik believes she has the team to reach the nation's first Fed Cup decider since Liz Smylie, Wendy Turnbull and Anne Minter lost the 1984 decider to Czechoslovakia, with...

Basketball

Luc Longley hopes Dante Exum avoids falling victim to club v country battle

Jon Tuxworth Australia basketball great Luc Longley hopes club versus country tug-of-war doesn't hinder Dante Exum's world cup hopes.

Golf

Australian Oliver Goss claims Silver Cup at Masters

Augusta National Golf Club chairman Billy Payne (L) presents the trophy for low amateur to Australia's Oliver Goss.

Oliver Goss has officially become the first Australian to win the Silver Cup as low amateur at the Masters.

Swimming

Michael Phelps ends retirement ahead of 2016 Rio Olympics

The most decorated swimmer of all time may be getting ready to make an Olympic comeback at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.

Tennis museum wanted for Tennyson

Tony Moore Tennis Queensland president Ken Laffey dreams of a stand-alone museum at the Queensland Tennis Centre at Tennyson.

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Golf

John Senden gets return invite to 2015 Masters

John Senden.

John Senden can't wait to return to Augusta National in 2015, as the big Queenslander is trending upwards at the Masters.

Golf

Bubba Watson wins second US Masters title in three years

Bubba Watson of the United States shakes hands with Jordan Spieth on the 18th green.

Bubba Watson won golf's Masters Tournament for the second time in three years.

Cycling

Bradley Wiggins vows to earn back Team Sky Tour de France place

Barnaby Chesterman Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins vowed to earn his place on the Sky team to support defending champion Chris Froome in July after finishing ninth at Paris-Roubaix.

AFL

Bowditch picks up experience at US Masters

Steven Bowditch only flashed up on the leaderboard on Masters Sunday for a brief time, but with the experience behind him, he hopes to return for longer in the future.

Golf

Jordan Spieth poised to reap riches as golf’s next big thing despite Masters defeat

Michael Buteau Jordan Spieth still won, even though he finished second at the Masters Tournament, according to sports marketers.

Golf

Bubba Watson holds off Jordan Spieth to win second US Masters

Watson

Karen Crouse For 54 holes the 78th US Masters was a strokeplay event. And then, on Sunday, it turned into a riveting matchplay contest.

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Basketball

Andrew Bogut 50-50 for basketball's World Cup

Andrew Bogut (L) blocks a shot by Jodie Meeks of the LA Lakers.

Peter Mitchell Andrew Bogut rates himself a 50-50 chance of leading Australia at the basketball World Cup in Spain later this year.