Phil Lutton Everything and nothing has changed for Adam Scott as he returns to Augusta to defend his Masters crown, writes Phil Lutton.
Phil Lutton Australian athletes can be dainty souls now and then. Footballers feel so aggrieved after an inconsequential loss they simply couldn't dream of facing an interview.
Phil Lutton First Royal Pines, then the world. Adam Scott wants to add the only Australian major missing from his collection before launching an audacious bid to join a group of legends in winning golf's grand...
Phil Lutton It had been so long, the jacket so close to being slipped on Australian shoulders, that the rest of the golfing world seemed to annually share the sense of longing (then anguish).
Linda Pearce and Phil Lutton, Brisbane Another season, a familiar issue for Serena Williams: how to repeat the extraordinary success achieved in the year almost gone?
Linda Pearce, Phil Lutton Ashleigh Barty's coach Jason Stoltenberg expects her to play without fear against career grand slam winner Maria Sharapova on Wednesday, in the biggest match of the 17-year-old's career.
Phil Lutton Rob Barty needs to lift his game. His teenage daughter Ashleigh may be a rising star but as an overbearing tennis dad, he's dragging the chain badly.
Phil Lutton Australian PGA Championship organisers have completed a major coup, with US Masters champion Adam Scott confirming he will play in his home-town tournament on the Gold Coast in November.
Phil Lutton Overnight leader Daniel Popovic endured a late hiccup but remains in command at the Australian PGA Championship in Coolum, finishing his second round at 10 under and after stunning the field to be...
Phil Lutton She wasn't impressed with the winds whipping around Pat Rafter Arena and managed to look bored at times as she trudged between points.
Phil Lutton SHE wasn't impressed with the winds whipping around Pat Rafter Arena and managed to look bored at times as she trudged between points.
Phil Lutton Serena Williams produces a ruthless first-round display to kick off her Australian Open campaign.
Linda Pearce, Phil Lutton PERHAPS by belatedly revealing her secret November ankle surgery on the eve of the Brisbane International, Sam Stosur was buying a little public understanding should the early stages of her...
Phil Lutton True to his word, John Millman went down flinging leather. Andy Murray was shaken, then finally stirred to put the game Queensland qualifier back in his box at the Brisbane International last night.
Phil Lutton, Brisbane The time for talk is almost over, which is great news for Victoria Azarenka, whose appetite for ongoing discussion about Serena Williams has diminished rapidly at the Brisbane International.
Phil Lutton, Brisbane Marcos Baghdatis has always felt the love in Australia, from the moment he became a quasi-cult hero by making it to the final of the Australian Open as a 20-year-old in 2006.
Phil Lutton Serena Williams makes the boldest of statements heading into the Australian Open.
Phil Lutton Maybe Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova should have gone to the same pedicurist as Victoria Azarenka. That way, she may have avoided the pounding dished out to her by Serena Williams in the final of the...
Phil Lutton, Brisbane Andy Murray starts on the right foot in his quest for a second grand slam title.
Phil Lutton Scotsman Andy Murray has started on the right foot in his quest for a second Grand Slam title, winning the warm-up event in Brisbane with a straight sets victory over young gun Grigor Dimitrov.