The World No. 1 says he will apologise to a ballgirl who bore the brunt of his frustration during a tense Wimbledon match against Kevin Anderson.
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova are into the semi-finals after day eight on the court at Wimbledon.
After going down to Serena Williams in the Wimbledon quarter final, the Belarusian was not in the mood for a question about on-court grunting.
It's been 14 years since Australia won the Ashes on British soil, but the team are feeling confident in the lead up.
Darren Walton Novak Djokovic left the young ballgirl visibly shaken after he roared at her during a tense fourth-round win over Kevin Anderson.
Rupert Guinness So great was Michael Matthews' pain from the belting his body got in the mass pile-up in stage three of the Tour de France, he thought his "ribs jumped in and out of place a few times" as he...
Greg Baum It's Ashes morning. It so often is nowadays. By early September, Australia and England will have played each other 15 times in Test matches in little more than two years.
Michael Chammas The queen of scream, or perhaps the princess if you consider Maria Sharapova, has hit out at questions about her grunting during her Wimledon quarter final loss to Serena Williams on Tuesday.
Michael Chammas Maria Sharapova has been accused of unsportsmanlike behaviour on her way to booking a Wimbledon semi final berth against world No.1 Serena Williams.
Defending Wimbledon champion comes back from two sets down to enter quarter-finals.
Double major winner Jordan Spieth believes defending champion Rory McIlroy's potential absence from the British Open through injury would "dampen" the occasion.
Younis Khan's epic unbeaten 171 guided Pakistan to their highest successful run chase on Tuesday,
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has escaped punishment for tanking accusations in his fourth round loss at Wimbledon.
Gold Coast vice-captain Tom Lynch talks about his teammate Harley Bennell's state of mind.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has opened up about a drama-plagued week at Wimbledon in an exclusive interview, revealing how criticism from the Australian public left him wanting to quit the sport.
There is a month to go before the Diamonds kick off their world title defence against Trinidad and Tobago.
After a dramatic trans-Tasman netball championship final and intense competition for national spots, Australia's World Cup squad are relieved to be getting down to business.
Greg Baum Since it's bound to crop up sooner rather than later, let's begin with the Watto question.
Gold Coast vice-captain Tom Lynch looks ahead to the game against the Western Bulldogs.
John Worsfold joins Adelaide as the club's full-time coaching director.