Ron Burgundy hijacks Australian Open

AUSTRALIA was stunned as it witnessed what was - without doubt - the weirdest interview tennis star Roger Federer will ever give in his career.

Djokovic breaks silence on Aus Open bombshell

Novak Djokovic gestures during a press conference at the Australian Open.

NOVAK Djokovic has fired back at the media, saying he is not “greedy

premium_icon The Aussies you should be cheering on

Australian player Daria Gavrilova is daring to dream. Picture: David Caird

AUSSIE stars are daring to dream at Australian Open

premium_icon Kokkinakis blames ‘shambles body’ in departure

Jordan Thompson of Australia in action against Nicolas Kicker of Argentina during round one, on day two of the Australian Open tennis tournament, in Melbourne, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

THANASI Kokkinakis has complained his “whole body is a shambles”

premium_icon ‘You never do your jobs!’ Aussies slam umpires

Jordan Thompson reacts to a controversial call. Picture: David Caird

AUSTRALIA’S rising tennis stars have taken aim at Aus Open referees

Terrible tragedy driving Mundine opponent

Australian boxer Tommy Browne.

Tommy Browne remembers his brother ahead of Mundine stoush

McCarthy on track at the Tour Down Under

THE TOUR: Jay McCarthy (centre) among the peloton is during stage one of the Tour Down Under from Port Adelaide to Lyndoch. McCarthy could be one of the riders to watch today, live on Channel 9 from 11am.

Jay McCarthy finished about 10 seconds off the leader.

Teen star faces his biggest test in Melbourne

Alex de Minaur  celebrates  at the   Sydney International .

Long tipped to be a star, Alex de Minaur is now in the spotlight

Mark Thompson’s spectacular fall from grace

Essendon training at the True Value Solar Centre, Tullamarine Mark Thompson Essendon Coach Pictures: Angie Basdekis

Thompson’s spectacular spiral from AFL star to drug trafficking scandal

'Big Three' complete an unprecedented treble

Billy Slater with the NRL trophy after the Storm's grand final win.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Smith, Slater and Cronk made clean sweep in 2017.

'I thought my Roar career was history'

Thomas Kristensen returns from injury for Brisbane Roar.

Roar midfielder Thomas Kristensen feared he would never play again

Larkin’s plan to overcome Rio disappointment

Mitch Larkin winner of the 200m backstroke final on day 1 of the Australian Swimming Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre in Chandler, Sunday, April 9, 2017. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Mitch Larkin could add the medley to his Commonwealth Games assault

premium_icon Bird: Why I had to leave the Sharks

Jack Bird is the latest big-name recruit to join Brisbane.

Jack Bird breaks silence on move to Brisbane Broncos from Sharks

Ashes surprise packet fulfills Lehmann prophecy

Mitchell and Shaun Marsh on the SCG honour board after their centuries against England on January 7, 2017.

Shaun Marsh has been absolutely spot on

It is easy to avoid the drama and enjoy sport

There's plenty to love about sport, you just have to look.

OPINION: Jarryd Hayne is not worth the Eels' time

WASTED TALENT: Jarryd Hayne looks on during the round 25 NRL match between the Titans and Bulldogs.

I was excited to see Jarryd Hayne return to the NRL.

OPINION: Cronk clash at Adelaide is a waste

Sydney Roosters recruit Cooper Cronk could play his first game against Melbourne Storm at Adelaide.

The prospect of seeing Cronk play against Melbourne is unmissable.

Craddock: Top 10 batsmen since Bradman

Robert Craddock says Steve Smith is the best Aussie bat since Sir Donald Bradman

Top 10 Australian batsmen since Sir Donald Bradman

premium_icon NRL 2018: No Hodgson but Raiders are still title contenders

Blake Austin and Aidan Sezer must step up without Josh Hodgson. Picture: Kym Smith

5 reasons to be excited about the Raiders in NRL season 2018

‘It sucks’: Titans star gutted by delayed start to 2018

Jarrod Wallace has vowed to maintain his aggressive ways in 2018. Photo: Dave Hunt

Titans prop Jarrod Wallace to maintain the rage despite suspension

Ash injection: Brennan declares Titans now Taylor’s team

Titans half Ash Taylor is the face of the franchise but won’t captain the club in 2018. Photo: Jerad Williams

Taylor to take control of Titans in 2018 but not as captain

Bigger is better: Broncos complete premiership puzzle

Josh McGuire returned for his first day of pre-season training with the Broncos on Monday. Photo: David Clark

Bigger bodies give Brisbane Broncos the squad needed to win first title in 12...

premium_icon ‘He wants to hurt players’: new Dog’s excitement

Aaron Woods is already looking comfortable in the blue and white of the Bulldogs.

Aaron Woods excited about fresh start at Canterbury Bulldogs

premium_icon Peter Wallace to lead Panthers forward

Peter Wallace will lead the Panthers in 2018. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Peter Wallace named Penrith Panthers captain for 2018 season

Cross-code star drops one sport to narrow focus

Erin Phillips has officially retired from basketball. Picture: Mark Brake

Erin Phillips calls time on basketball career to focus on AFLW

Young Lion backed to be best of the new batch

The AFL draft class of 2017. Picture: Eugene Hyland

Cam Rayner backed to be the best first-year player in 2018

‘Bomber’ Thompson flees country after drug raid

Mark Thompson arriving back at his home in Port Melbourne.

AFL legend Mark “Bomber” Thompson spotted leaving the country

Mitch’s late bid to be Socceroos’ No.1

Mitch Langerak has joined Nagoya Grampus. Pic: Mark Evans

Langerak joins Japanese club Nagoya Grampus in hunt for Cup shirt

Ange Postecoglou begins Japanese adventure

Yokohama F Marinos new head coach Ange Postecoglou (right).

ANGE Postecoglou has promised success to Yokohama F. Marinos.

Reds manager: ‘What the F*** was that?’

Liverpool's manager Juergen Klopp gestures during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield Stadium, in Liverpool, England, Sunday Jan. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Dave Thompson)

Liverpool ends Manchester City's unbeaten run.

Wenger: Sanchez could leave within 24-48hrs

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez didn’t travel to Bournemouth.

ARSENE Wenger has confirmed Alexis Sanchez could leave Arsenal.

Ben Stokes charged over nightclub brawl

Ben Stokes carries two bats as he gets ready for a stint in the nets.

Ben Stokes says he is keen to clear his name after being charged

premium_icon Bravo bashes ‘crazy’ BBL scheduling

Dwayne Bravo wants a truncated Big Bash schedule.

West Indies superstar Dwayne Bravo slams ‘crazy’ Big Bash scheduling

Short blows Heat away for Hurricanes

Short was in superb form. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Short stars as Hobart Hurricanes smash Brisbane Heat by six wickets

Australia suffering Ashes hangover: Marsh

Mitch Marsh says Australia is suffering from an Ashes hangover.

Mitch Marsh says Australia is suffering from an Ashes hangover

Paceman stars in Davis Shield victory for Warwick

Caleb King, pictured in club cricket, was a star at Mayhew Oval on Sunday.

Easy win for Warwick Davis Shield team

ODI defeat forces Smith strategy ‘rethink’

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA — JANUARY 14: Steven Smith, captain of Australia sleads his side onto the field during game one of the One Day International Series between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground on January 14, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Defeat by England at MCG forces Steve Smith to rethink Aussie strategy

Geitz, Layton remain in Games mix

Coach Lisa Alexander says star defenders Laura Geitz and Sharni Layton “are still in the picture’’ for Comm Games selection after they miss out on Diamonds squad...

Geitz to train with Diamonds squad

Laura Geitz. Photo: Peter Wallis

Geitz trains with Diamonds as Commonwealth Games auditions ramp up

Laura back in Diamonds environment in run up to games

CAMP PARTICIPANT: Laura Geitz (left) coaches in Emerald in July during her break from playing.

Allora netballer called up as training partner

Bassett labels Diamonds 'underdogs' for Quad Series

HECTIC SCHEDULE: Caitlin Bassett, pictured  in action during the netball Constellation Cup between the New Zealand Silver Ferns and Australian Diamonds, is gearing up for the upcoming Quad Series.

CAITLIN Bassett believes the Australian Diamonds are "underdogs”.

Cloud over Layton’s Comm Games hopes

Sharni Layton in action for the Magpies.

Diamonds defender Sharni Layton cut from Australian squad

Prestige Worldwide ends Warwick netball season on a high

DDHHS's Damien Lawler shoots for goal against The Coight's defender Clancy Sloan.

Finals of the Warwick mixed netball season take centre stage.

Diamonds strengthen No.1 status

The Australian Diamonds celebrate after winning the Constellation Cup.

Australia back on top of world.

premium_icon Magic Millions could be held at night

SCORCHING temperatures have prompted racing bodies to consider moving the $10 million Magic Millions race meeting to the night to “revolutionise” the event

Ef Troop hoop pays price for early charge

Jockey Matthew McGillivray was suspended for a month for his ride on Ef Troop in the Magic Millions Classic.

Matt McGillivray cops one-month ban after Magic Millions mayhem

Lead-up to Classic deserves a boost

Sunlight grabbed the spotlight with her stunning win in the Magic Millions Classic. Picture: Adam Head

Why lead-up to Magic Millions Classic deserves a prizemoney boost

McEvoy sets sights on Golden Slipper after Sunlight’s Magic Millions romp

Sunlight will be aimed at the Golden Slipper after romping to victory in the Magic Millions Classic.

McEvoy sets sights on Golden Slipper after Sunlight’s Magic Millions romp

Volunteers keep things on track at Morgan Park.

Brett Cantle is an instructor at Warwick Horse Trials this weekend.

Motorsport action starts to hot up for year

Sportsbet's horse Four Beers Please finishes last on debut

Four Beers Please, the horse bought by bookmaker Sportsbet to race for nearly 12,000 of its customers, has made an inglorious start to her racing career.

Horse owned by betting agency loses first race

Kingston wins on 41 points at sporters golf day

SPORTERS Golf Club one of first to play competition sport in new year.

Golf coaching for ladies free but get in early

GOLF CLINICS: Warwick Golf Club members and prospective players Judy Lester, Justine Washbourne, Tracey Farrell, Roslyn Darton and Mary Young.

Learn to play golf from one of the best club professionals in nation

Sporters golf club action this Wednesday

DID IT GO IN: Ken Burley in action at the Warwick Golf Club last year.

Little athletics gears up for mid January return

Bad signs for Cooroy Golf Club's sponsorship display

NOT HAPPY: Cooroy Golf Club players next to one of the illegal signs on club land.

Council tells golf club to remove illegal sponsorship signs