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Tomic and Kyrgios reunite at French Open  >  Tennis

Former Davis Cup teammates Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios have reunited for a practice session ahead of tough first-round French Open assignments in Paris.

Gavrilova gunning for grand slam glory  >  Tennis

Daria Gavrilova considers herself a French Open title contender after backing up her Rome Masters quarter-final showing with a finals appearance in Strasbourg.

Why the Monaco front row is so important  >  Motor Sports

A look at how important a good result in qualifying has been for success at the Monaco Formula One grand prix.

Pole-sitter Raikkonen ready for Monaco GP  >  Motor Sports

Kimi Raikkonen will start the Monaco F1 grand prix from pole position, ahead of teammate Sebastian Vettel.

Ricciardo fumes over another F1 team error  >  Motor Sports

Team errors have cost Daniel Ricciardo for the second year in succession in Monaco and the Australian is frustrated heading into Sunday's Formula One race.

O'Neill confident of stopping NSW's Hayne  >  Rugby League

Justin O'Neill is not known for his attacking prowess but the Queensland centre is confident of stopping NSW rival Jarryd Hayne in the State of Origin opener.

Lightning embracing Netball pressure  >  Other Sports

Sunshine Coast Lightning coach Noeline Taurua says their Super Netball semi-final isn't 'just another game' and they will treat the opportunity accordingly.

Head happy to occupy ODI middle order role  >  Cricket

Travis Head says he's more than happy to play the middle-order finisher role for Australia in the Champions Trophy cricket tournament.

Seven Suns could be axed after AFL loss  >  AFL

Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade says there could be up to seven players dropped from their AFL side following a 35-point loss to Melbourne.

Suns get glimpse of life without Ablett  >  AFL

During their loss to Melbourne in Alice Springs on Saturday, Gold Coast got a glimpse of what life might be like in the AFL without Gary Ablett.

Fifita tells NSW teammates to get arrogant  >  Rugby League

NSW prop Andrew Fifita has told his NSW teammates to embrace their cocky and arrogant sides ahead of State of Origin I.

Bulldogs midfielders return to AFL form  >  AFL

Bulldogs AFL onballer Jack Macrae says they reaped the benefits of sharing the load through the midfield against St Kilda.

Crows AFL coach hails former basketballer  >  AFL

Adelaide coach Don Pyke has praised the output of Hugh Greenwood after another promising AFL game by the former basketballer.

Gallen has no regrets on Origin retirement  >  Rugby League

Paul Gallen produced two moments of brilliance in Cronulla's comeback NRL win over Canterbury on Saturday night, but has no regrets over his Origin retirement.

Bulldogs optimistic on Graham NRL injury  >  Rugby League

Bulldogs coach Des Hasler has played down a neck injury that brought an early end to James Graham's night in the loss to Cronulla.

Rebels back Fainga'a to replace McMahon  >  Rugby Union

Melbourne Rebels say Colby Fainga'a is a ready-replacement if injured flanker Sean McMahon is ruled out of contention for the Wallabies squad.

Coaches want clarity on AFL rushed behinds  >  AFL

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick says it was a mistake to penalise Jayden Short for a deliberate rushed behind during Saturday's night Dreamtime at the 'G game.

Freo lack 'absolute' talent: coach Lyon  >  AFL

Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says he knows the reason for the spate of head-scratching results in the AFL this season.

Hoffman lauds Warriors commitment in NRL  >  Rugby League

Warriors back-rower Ryan Hoffman says his side demonstrated their commitment to the cause in Saturday's 28-10 NRL win over Brisbane.

Stosur denies Gavrilova in Strasbourg epic  >  Tennis

Samantha Stosur heads to Roland Garros as Australia's top-ranked women's player for a record 451st week after denying Daria Gavrilova in the Strasbourg final.

Mizzen claims uneven bars hat-trick  >  Other Sports

Queensland gymnast Rianna Mizzen has won her third successive national title on the uneven bars.

Vixens and Giants to host Netball semis  >  Other Sports

After both teams won their final regular season matches, Melbourne Vixens and Sunshine Coast Lightning will play in Super Netball's major semi final.

Vixens win to seal Super Netball top spot  >  Other Sports

Melbourne Vixens have easily accounted for West Coast Fever in Perth to seal the Super Netball the minor premiership.

Adelaide demolish Fremantle in AFL  >  AFL

Ladder-leaders Adelaide have annihilated Fremantle by 100 points in Saturday night's AFL match at Adelaide Oval.

Martin leads Tigers to AFL Dreamtime win  >  AFL

A best-afield performance from Dustin Martin has helped Richmond to a pulsating 15-point win over Essendon in the AFL's Dreamtime at the 'G clash.