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Tennis: Australian Open

Is $50 million the Australian Open's next magic number for 2017?

Another substantial Australian Open prizemoney increase is imminent as it pushes towards the $50 million barrier, with only the finer details of the record sum's distribution still being negotiated by..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Aust Open players get prize money boost

The Australian Open tennis tournament will increase its prizemoney and spread that through the entire draw.
SBS

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News video: Maria Sharapova Always Knew She'd Return To Tennis

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Maria Sharapova will return to tennis in April 2017 after a 15-month suspension, and she says she always knew she would return. The five-time grand slam champion received the 15-month suspension for..
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News video: Serena Williams Promotes Body Positivity

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Over time Serena Williams has become a role model for women of all ages thanks to her positive perspective and outlook on all things beauty. In a recent interview the tennis star chatted about body..
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News video: Sharapova's 2-Year Suspension for Doping Reduced

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The tennis star's suspension for doping has been reduced, and it will now end about a month before the French Open starts.
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News video: Sharapova's Doping Ban Reduced to 15 Months

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Maria Sharapova's doping ban was reduced from two years to 15 months on Tuesday, meaning the Russian tennis star can come back in April and return to Grand Slam play at the French Open. (Oct. 4)
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News video: Highlights of day 9 of the Rio Paralympics

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Thanasi Kokkinakis eyes Brisbane International comeback ahead of Australian Open

In an amusing recent exchange on social media, a group of self-proclaimed tennis geeks asked if anyone could confirm whether Thanasi Kokkinakis is still alive, so little has he been seen in recent..
Brisbane Times

Novak Djokovic: clear favorite to win 2017 Australian Open

novak djokovic: clear favorite to win 2017 australian open
Novak Djokovic must be considered the favorite to win the 2017 Australia Open for men's singles. The world number 2 has a storied history in Melbourne.Novak Djokovic is no stranger to Melbourne Park...
FOX Sports

Wozniacki for tennis Classic

Caroline Wozniacki is the latest big-name addition to next year's WTA tournament in Auckland leading into the Australian Open.
SBS

Councillors nab thousands in free tickets

COUNCILLORS have scored hundreds of free tickets in the past year to top sporting events including the Formula One Grand Prix and the Australian Open tennis.
Herald Sun

WTA chief 'looking forward' to Maria Sharapova's return from doping ban

wta chief 'looking forward' to maria sharapova's return from doping ban
(CNN)Steve Simon, the CEO of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), has says he is "looking forward" to seeing Maria Sharapova back on the circuit once she has served her drugs ban. The Russian star,..
WorldNews

Gold Coast prodigy back in action

GOLD Coast tennis teen Kimberly Birrell will officially start her campaign to make the 2017 Australian Open today.
Gold Coast Bulletin


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