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Aussies Groth and Duckworth set up Wimbledon clash

James Duckworth, Sam Groth and Casey Dellacqua have added to Australia's fine start with first-round Wimbledon wins at the All England Club.

Wimbledon highlights - day two

Casey Dellacqua, Ajla Tomljanovic and Roger Federer cruised into the second round, but Eugenie Bouchard was bundled out in a big upset.

Nadal fires early warning to the big guns

Rafa Nadal might have been condemned to a lowly 10th seeding at Wimbledon but he remains a floater everyone will want to avoid after getting his campaign off to an impressive start with a straight-sets dismissal of Thomaz Bellucci on Tuesday.

Delly offered new Cavs deal

The Cleveland Cavaliers have only offered Matthew Dellavedova a reported US$1.15 million in the first stage of contract talks.

Inglis at fullback makes JT smile

Queensland playmaker Johnathan Thurston admits the thought of hulking Greg Inglis at fullback in State of Origin III makes him smile.

Record-seeking Federer outclasses Dzumhur

With seven Wimbledon trophies, 15 titles on grass and 136 victories on the lush green surface, there is not much that fazes Roger Federer when he tur...

Dellacqua charges into R2 at Wimbledon

Casey Dellacqua has joined Fed Cup teammate Sam Stosur in the Wimbledon second round following a straight sets blitzing of Austria's Tamira Paszek.

Ferrari fan Ricciardo says a move is unlikely

By Alan Baldwin STONY STRATFORD, England (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo was a Ferrari fan long before his Red Bull team entered Formula One but, despite media speculation, the Australian ...

Farah says he is 100 percent clean

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah said on Tuesday he was "100 per cent clean" and would leave his long-time coach Alberto Salazar if it was proved the American was guilty o...

Misfiring Murray does enough to advance

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 6-4 7-6(3) 6-4 Wimbledon win against Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin the wheels came off.

Johnson says Hughes' death hurt his pace

Australian firebrand Mitchell Johnson has attributed some of his recent drop-off in pace to the effects of teammate Phillip Hughes' death last November.

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