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    Chris Rogers calls on `unforgivable` Windies to improve performance
    Melbourne, Dec.25 : Former Australian opener Chris Rogers has said that it will be 'unforgivable' for West Indies if they come up with another dull performance in the second Test of the three-match series between the two sides.

    Chris Rogers calls on `unforgivable` Windies to improve performance
    Melbourne, Dec.25 : Former Australian opener Chris Rogers has said that it will be 'unforgivable' for West Indies if they come up with another dull performance in the second Test of the three-match series between the two sides.

    Burns unsure about Boxing Day Test spot
    Johannesburg, Dec.22 : Australian opening batsman Joe Burns has said that he is not sure of his Test spot in the squad following the likely inclusion of Usman Khawaja for the Boxing Day match against West Indies.

    Murray brings back Mauresmo as coach for Australian Open
    London, Dec.16 : World number two Andy Murray has retained the services of coach Amelie Mauresmo for the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, in January.

    Murray ready to abandon Australian Open to attend birth of first child
    London, Dec.16 : World number two Andy Murray has revealed that he will withdraw from next year's Australian Open if his wife goes into premature labour.

    Murray ready to abandon Oz Open to attend birth of first child
    London, Dec.16 : World number two Andy Murray has revealed that he will withdraw from next year's Australian Open if his wife goes into premature labour.

    Aussie have to embrace 'pink ball', despite doubts: Warner
    Melbourne, Dec.8 : Australian opening batsman David Warner has said his side have to embrace the pink ball revolution despite questioning the need to bring change in the longest format of the game.

    Warner backs ruthless Aussies to show no mercy on Windies
    Melbourne, Dec.7 : Australian opening batsman David Warner has admitted that his side will show no mercy to wounded West Indies in the upcoming three-match Test series between the two sides.

    Warner backs ruthless Aussies to show no mercy on Windies
    Melbourne, Dec.7 : Australian opening batsman David Warner has admitted that his side will show no mercy to wounded West Indies in the upcoming three-match Test series between the two sides.

    Matt Jones outlasts Spieth to win Australian Open
    Sydney, Nov.29 : Matt Jones overcame a fierce challenge from world number one golfer Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott to claim a one-stroke victory at the Australian Open on Sunday.

    Meet the man who transformed Warner into most-feared batsman
    Melbourne, Nov.17 : David Warner's fitness coach Wayne Geber has revealed about the sacrifice that the explosive Australian opener had made in the last few years in order to transform himself into a successful batsman.

    Warner benefiting from liquor ban
    Perth, Nov 14 : David Warner's decision to cut down on his alcohol consumption during his wife Candice's pregnancy has paid handsome dividends, with the Australian opener notching up a stunning 253 in the ongoing second Test against New Zealand here on Saturday.

    Melbourne Park set for major facelift
    Melbourne, Nov 11 : The centerpiece of the Australian Open tennis championship, Rod Laver Arena, is getting a USD 238 million facelift as part of a massive new refurbishment of the Melbourne Park precinct announced by the Victoria province government on Wednesday.

    Warner feels `thumb pain` will remain for career
    Johannesburg, Oct.27 : Australian opener David Warner, who earlier suffered from a broken thumb during the second ODI against England, believes that the pain of his injured thumb will remain for the rest of his career.

    Serena to start 2016 season with Hopman Cup
    Johannesburg, Oct.21 : World number one Serena Williams has confirmed that she will start her 2016 season with the Hopman Cup in Perth, adding that it will help her prepare for the Australian Open.

    Serena to start 2016 season with Hopman Cup
    Johannesburg, Oct.21 : World number one Serena Williams has confirmed that she will start her 2016 season with the Hopman Cup in Perth, adding that it will help her prepare for the Australian Open.

    Nadal, Laver appear in Australian Open's international launch
    Shanghai, Oct 13 : Tennis legends Rafael Nadal and Rod Laver -- two of the greatest left-handed players in the history of the sport -- joined forces here on Tuesday for the first ever international launch of the Australian Open.

    Watson a role model for kids: Warner
    London, Sep 7 : Australian opener David Warner said on Monday that recently retired teammate Shane Watson is a "role model for kids".

    Australian opener Warner eyes World T20 title next year
    London, Aug 30 : Swashbuckling opener David Warner asserted on Sunday that the Australians will aim to capture the only title missing from their impressive trophy cabinet when they travel to India for the World Twenty20 next year.

    Warner to continue self-imposed booze ban
    London, Aug 29 : Australian opening batsman David Warner will continue to enforce a self-imposed booze ban during his team's limited overs cricket series against England, but said he would have ended it to celebrate if Australia had won the Ashes.

    Cricket Australia pays tribute to ` Invincibles` opener Arthur ...
    Sydney, Aug.22 : Cricket Australia has paid rich tribute to former Australian opener Arthur Morris who passed away at the age of 93 on Saturday.

    Joshna crashes out of Australian Open squash
    Melbourne, Aug 07 : India's ace squash player Joshna Chinappa crashed out of the Australian Open tournament after incurring a straight set defeat against top seed Annie Au in their quarter-final clash on Friday.

    Joshna Chinappa loses in Australian Open squash
    Melbourne, Aug 7 : Indian national champion Joshna Chinappa did not spring any surprise against top seed Hong Kong player Annie Au and went down in straight games 11-7, 11-4, 11-8 in the quarter-final of the Australian Open squash tournament here on Friday.

    Joshna keeps punching in Australian Open squash
    Melbourne, Aug 6 : Joshna Chinappa kept Indian hopes alive in the Australian Open squash tournament by entering the third round here on Thursday, defeating New Zealand's Megan Craig in four games.

    Joshna, Sandhu, Mangaonkar progress in Australia
    Melbourne, Aug 5 : High on confidence after winning the Victoria Open title here last weekend, national champion Joshna Chinappa along with Harinder Pal Sandhu and Mahesh Mangaonkar made progress in the Australian Open squash tournament here on Wednesday.

    Australian Open slashes women's final ticket prices
    Melbourne, Aug 3 : Australian Open organisers announced on Monday they have slashed ticket prices of the 2016 women's singles final by 32 percent in response to fan feedback after this year's tennis tournament.

    Warner insists he clapped for centurion Root at Cardiff
    Wellington, July 23 : Australian opener David Warner has dismissed claims that he failed to acknowledge Joe Root's century during the first Ashes Test, insisting that he clapped for the England vice-captain when he notched up his century in Cardiff.

    Warner feels attack is best option against spinner Moeen
    London, July 23 : Having perished against England off-spinner Moeen Ali three times in his four innings during the current Ashes Test cricket series, Australian opening batsman David Warner on Thursday conceded it might be time to throttle back on preconceived plans to belt the tweaker out of the ...

    Australia's Rogers cleared of serious damage after dizzy spell
    London, July 21 : Australian opener Chris Rogers, who collapsed at Lord's due to a sudden bout of dizziness, is expected to be fit for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston after initial tests cleared him of any serious damage and attributed the incident to a delayed ear problem.

    Rogers likely to play third Ashes Test
    London, July 21 : Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers is likely to play in the third Ashes Test starting July 29 against England after scans cleared him of any serious injury.

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