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Could Bernard Tomic be a part of Canberra's bumper summer of tennis?

Could Bernard Tomic be a part of Canberra's bumper summer of tennis?

The former world No. 17 could make his Canberra debut at a challenger-level tournament if he opts to return to Australia to play.

  • by Chris Dutton

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Melbourne, in case you hadn't noticed

Melbourne, in case you hadn't noticed

In renaming Hisense Arena, authorities showed all the wit and imagination of a football.

  • by Greg Baum
Hisense Arena renamed Melbourne Arena
Super Netball

Hisense Arena renamed Melbourne Arena

Melbourne Arena is the new name for Melbourne Park's second stadium, replacing a decade long association with Hisense.

  • by Roy Ward
Emotions and resistance running hot ahead of Davis Cup vote
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Wimbledon

Emotions and resistance running hot ahead of Davis Cup vote

Even in a divided sport with a surplus of governing bodies, there is finally genuine consensus that the Davis Cup needs to change.

  • by Christopher Clarey
Tennis ACT enjoys participation boom with numbers soaring to 27,000
ACT sport

Tennis ACT enjoys participation boom with numbers soaring to 27,000

An increase in popularity at schools helped tennis reach unprecedented heights for participation numbers.

There hasn't been a new tennis club built in Canberra since 1986
ACT sport

There hasn't been a new tennis club built in Canberra since 1986

As part of our Grounds For Concern series we investigate where tennis is bursting at the seams in the capital.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
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Will hot shots uncover the next Nick Kyrgios in Canberra?

Will hot shots uncover the next Nick Kyrgios in Canberra?

Nine-time doubles grand slam champion John Fitzgerald was in Canberra on Thursday to spark a new generation of tennis players.

  • by Mathew Stramandinoli
TA backs anti-corruption measures after damning match-fixing report

TA backs anti-corruption measures after damning match-fixing report

Tennis Australia has joined fellow governing bodies of the sport in backing the findings of an explosive report into match fixing.

  • by Phil Lutton