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Hewitt: Australian tennis is in safe hands

Former world No.1 Lleyton Hewitt believes young guns Bernard Tomic, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis are all capable of winning grand slam crowns.

NRL Golden Points: Round 15

Was Canterbury's return to their spiritual Belmore Oval home a success? Have the NSW Blues re-opened an Origin loophole? All this and more in this week's edition of Golden Points.

Injured Farah named for Blues

Robbie Farah faces a battle to be fit for State of Origin III after being named in the NSW side despite having a fractured hand.

No injury concerns for Qld: Meninga

Queensland coach Mal Meninga says Matt Scott and Darius Boyd will be fit for July 8's State of Origin III clash despite missing Tuesday's fan day.

Vet says Tas live baiting possible

A parliamentary committee looking into Tasmania's greyhound racing industry has been told there are concerns despite there being no reports of live baiting.

Ennis to contest high-tackle charge

Cronulla say hooker Michael Ennis will challenge his grade-one careless high-tackle charge at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.

Nieminen ends Hewitt's Wimbledon career

Lleyton Hewitt has played his last Wimbledon singles match after falling to Jarkko Nieminen in an epic five-set encounter at the All England Club.

Titans coach happy with Bird progress

Gold Coast coach Neil Henry says he's happy with how back-rower Greg Bird has kept himself in shape during a lengthy suspension layoff.

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