Wimbledon 2015: Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep fall in the first round

A year ago, Eugenie Bouchard attained the pinnacle of her career by reaching the Wimbledon women's singles final, where she fell to Petra Kvitova in a one-sided match.

Wimbledon 2015: Misfiring Andy Murray does enough to advance

Job done: Andy Murray during his first round match at Wimbledon.

Toby Davis As Andy Murray rightly pointed out the record book will show a straight-sets victory over a potentially testing opponent, but for 20 minutes of his Wimbledon win against Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin the...

Women's tennis still has safety concerns, decades after attack on Monica Seles

The moment tennis changed forever: Monica Seles reacts after being stabbed in the back by a Steffi Graf fan in 1993.

After seeing a rumour that world No.3 Simona Halep was planning to get married, her social media stalker changed his tone.

Duckworth digs deep

Duckworth was forced to win in a five set epic, while Groth comfortably knocked out Jack Sock. Other day two winners included Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray.

When is the Netball World Cup and how can I watch?

When is the World Cup being held? The netball World Cup will be played between the August 7-16.

When is the Tour de France and how do I watch?

When does it start? The 2015 Tour De France will start on July 4 and will finish on July, 26.

When are the Ashes and how do I watch?

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Dellacqua wins first match

Casey Dellacqua and Ajla Tomljanovic continued a strong Australian opening at the All England club, both cruising through to round two.

Wimbledon 2015: Ajla Tomljanovic denies Nick Kyrgios love match

Just good friends: Ajla Tomjlanovic, pictured here at this year's Australian Open, has denied being romantically involved with Nick Kyrgios.

Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has added fuel to speculation he and fellow Australian Ajla Tomljanovic are the nation's new love match, staying back after practice to watch the world No.81 on Tuesday.

Wimbledon 2015: Tunisian tennis player Malek Jaziri opens up about terrorist attack

Michael Chammas When Malek Jaziri came off court last week another player expressed his sympathy. He had no idea what had happened.

Wimbledon 2015: James Duckworth and Sam Groth set up second-round clash

James Duckworth in action against Malek Jaziri of Tunisia.

Michael Chammas Wimbledon housemates James Duckworth and Sam Groth have set up an all-Australian second-round clash at Wimbledon, eyeing off a likely third round showdown with Roger Federer.

Hallahan backs Suns' culture

Matthew Kreuzer and Nick Graham of the Blues and Mitch Hallahan of the Suns wrestle.Click to play video

Former Hawk Mitch Hallahan backs his new club, saying Gold Coast does not have a party culture.

Hewitt goes out the way he wanted

Jarkko Nieminen of Finland, right, shakes hands after defeating Lleyton Hewitt of Australia.Click to play video

Lleyton Hewitt ends his Wimbledon singles career in typical fashion, going down in a five-set thriller to Jarkko Nieminen.

Wimbledon 2015: Nick Kyrgios escapes sanction over outburst and umpire argument

Nick Kyrgios remonstrates with the umpire during his first-round match on Monday.

Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has escasped punishment for his on-court antics duing his first-round victory at Wimbledon on Monday.

Wimbledon 2015: Casey Dellacqua joins Sam Stosur in second round

Casey Dellacqua plays a forehand during her first-round match against Tamira Paszek of Austria on Tuesday.

Michael Chammas Casey Dellacqua has joined Sam Stosur in the second round of Wimbledon after breezing past Austrian Tamira Paszek in straight sets.

Nick Kyrgios: walking in Lleyton Hewitt's scuff marks

Nick Kyrgios is not a bad kid; he just has a long way to go.

Greg Baum He's an Australian tennis player, barely out of his teens, but rising fast and already famous, and certain of his own central importance.

Wimbledon 2015: London heatwave sends Poms into a panic

Wimbledon heatwave

Michael Chammas The Poms have gone into meltdown with the mercury set to soar towards 35 degrees at Wimbledon on Wednesday, forcing tournament organisers to implement several precautionary measures to ensure the...

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Loss of tall forwards will not affect gameplan: Swans

Loss of tall forwards will not affect gameplan: Swans (Thumbnail)Click to play video

Co-captain Jarrad McVeigh says they have enough players who've performed up forward before.

Ashes 2015: Shane Watson driven by reply to World Cup dumping in first Test bid

Shane Watson scored 81 in the second innings against Kent.

Chris Barrett The Australian all-rounder is grateful to have been permitted a steady-as-she-goes approach to bowling early in the Ashes tour and will resume that part of his game in Wednesday's tour match against...

'I couldn't see the thing': Mitchell Starc's damning takedown of pink-ball Test

No pink fan: Mitchell Starc catches the ball  during a training session in England.

Chris Barrett Australia's player of the World Cup might be the best bowler on the planet with the white ball and a rising star on the world stage with the red but he is no fan of the pink.