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Will Brodie The unnerving physical and mental tension of tennis makes neurotic heaps of its best players.
Will Brodie Frustrated Australian coach Tony Roche has berated erratic youngster Bernard Tomic before a Lleyton Hewitt defeat consigned Australia to another Davis Cup loss.
Matt Murnane and Will Brodie The two biggest names had blistering third rounds at Kingston Heath, setting up a classic finish to the Australian Masters.
Will Brodie The heat rises at Melbourne Park as the world's best players try to negotiate the second round of 2013's first grand slam tournament.
Claire Siracusa and Will Brodie It's day six of the Australian Open and it's another big day ahead at Melbourne Park as the competition starts to really heat up.
Will Brodie A huge crowd pours into Melbourne Park as the world's best players try to negotiate the second round of 2013's first grand slam tournament.
Will Brodie Real-time coverage of the tenth day of the first grand slam event of 2013 - the two-week Australian Open tournament at Melbourne Park.
Will Brodie Real-time coverage of the 11th day of the first grand slam event of 2013 - the two-week Australian Open tournament at Melbourne Park.
Will Brodie Real-time coverage of the 12th day of the first grand slam event of 2013 - the two-week Australian Open tournament at Melbourne Park.
Will Brodie Commentator and former tour professional Mark Allen says Adam Scott’s Masters win will change the life of the amiable Queenslander.
Will Brodie Australia's Davis Cup coach Josh Eagle says Bernard Tomic did the right thing by retiring hurt in the first round of the French Open.
Will Brodie Justin Rose has won the US Open at the treacherous Merion course in Philadelphia. This is how the drama unfolded.
Will Brodie Join us for live coverage of the women's final, which pits rising star Victoria Azarenka against perennial powerhouse Maria Sharapova.
Will Brodie Follow the final holes of the 2012 US Masters here this morning. In fine and windless conditions, the contenders have no excuses as they battle Augusta and each other for the year's first major title.