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Kyrgios ready to break his Murray duck  >  Tennis

Nick Kyrgios says he will take on Andy Murray at Queen's Club full of confidence after a successful run to the semi-finals in Stuttgart last week.

The coaches guiding the Socceroos  >  Football

Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk's support staff are a blend of Dutchmen and Australians with years of experience.

United Socceroos march on towards Denmark  >  Football

Socceroos striker Tomi Juric says there's an immense air of positivity before Australia's World Cup match with Denmark.

Aussies must improve batting, says Finch  >  Cricket

Aaron Finch says Australia know they must start improving their batting if they are to have any chance of keeping their one-day series against England alive.

Tuesday's training to settle Fittler's 17  >  Rugby League

Brad Fittler will watch how Matt Prior and Ryan James train on Tuesday before making a call on NSW's 17 for State of Origin II.

Ennis unleashes on struggling Bulldogs  >  Rugby League

Former Canterbury captain Michael Ennis has described the Bulldogs' loss to the Gold Coast as "diabolical" after losing patience with his old side's attack.

Port unlikely to back Jack for AFL return  >  AFL

Despite a strong performance in the SANFL, Port Adelaide recruit Jack Watts is unlikely to return against his old side Melbourne.

Deledio says he and GWS can fire in AFL  >  AFL

GWS are outside the top eight, but injured star Brett Deledio is upbeat about what can be achieved this season.

Cleary goes from Origin fan to dream maker  >  Rugby League

Nathan Cleary was a 16-year-old in Blatchy's Blues last time NSW won a State of Origin series, now he's the man charged with spearheading them to success.

Slick West Coast not scared of the wet  >  AFL

West Coast will be aiming to bounce back from last week's loss to Sydney when they take on Essendon in Perth on Thursday night.

Heat on Qld's Wallace after second chance  >  Rugby League

Queensland hope Jarrod Wallace makes the most of his "second chance" after retaining the maligned prop for Sunday's State of Origin game two.

Maroons turn to hardman Gillmeister  >  Rugby League

Queensland will turn to their 'Minister for Defence' - former Maroons hardman Trevor Gillmeister - after missing 55 tackles in their opening Origin loss.

Gavrilova comes up trumps in Birmingham  >  Tennis

Daria Gavrilova is through to the second round of the Birmingham Classic after beating former world No.4 Dominika Cibulkova in straight sets.

Blues boss urges fans to keep faith in AFL  >  AFL

Carlton's appalling first half on the weekend against Fremantle has Blues fans worried.

Stosur enjoys battling grass court win  >  Tennis

Samantha Stosur won four games in a row to claim the second set and victory in a first round match at the Mallorca Open.

McCarthy sidelined again with AFL injury  >  AFL

Geelong forward Lincoln McCarthy has only managed 29 senior games since his 2012 debut.

Klemmer ready to lead Blues pack again  >  Rugby League

DAVID KLEMMER of the Bulldogs is tackled during the NRL match between the Bulldogs and the Panthers at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

NSW prop David Klemmer is ready to lead the Blues pack in game two, no matter whether Ryan James or Matt Prior partners him in the front row.

Prior shares keys to locking up Ponga  >  Rugby League

KALYN PONGA of the Cowboys is tackled by Jake Trbojevic of the Sea Eagles during the NRL match between the North Queensland Cowboys and the Manly Sea Eagles at 1300SMILES Stadium in Townsville, Australia.

Cronulla are the only team to truly shut Kalyn Ponga down this NRL season and Matt Prior is ready to share their secrets with the NSW brains trust.

Family helps Deledio cope with AFL injury  >  AFL

BRETT DELEDIO of the Giants poses after a Greater Western Sydney Giants AFL training session at WestConnex Centre in Sydney, Australia.

Brett Deledio's children and the death of a nephew have put his latest injury setback into perspective.

Wallaby Timu strives for more impact  >  Rugby Union

CALEB TIMU leaves the field after being given a yellow card during the Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies back-rower Caleb Timu is looking to increase his ball-carrying impact if he starts in the deciding third Test against Ireland on Saturday.

Lillywhite eyes eighth baseball World Cup  >  Baseball

Shae Lillywhite will add an eighth women's baseball World Cup to her resume when she lines up for Australia in Florida later this year.

ODI snubbing is disappointing: Khawaja  >  Cricket

USMAN KHAWAJA of the Bulls leaves the field on Sheffield Shield match between Queensland and Victoria at the Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

Usman Khawaja has detailed his disappointment at missing out on Australia's one-day tour of England, but is upbeat his international ODI career isn't over.

Eagles not scarred by losses to Swans: Yeo  >  AFL

ELLIOT YEO of the Eagles celebrates kicking a goal during an AFL match at Etihad Stadium in Australia.

West Coast have already lost to Sydney twice this year, but they aren't scared of facing them again.

SBS to show World Cup for next 48 hours  >  Football

Optus Sport has acknowledged its World Cup streaming problems, with SBS to broadcast all of the action from Russia until Wednesday.

Aust ref wrong, French red card dismissed  >  Rugby Union

A judicial committee has dismissed the red card issued to France fullback Benjamin Fall in his team's second Test loss to the All Blacks.