Liz Cambage Australia Opals, WNBA, Olympics fallout, Jenna O’Hea

Former Opals captain Jenna O’Hea has lifted the lid on Liz Cambage’s controversial Olympics withdrawal last year, alleging the WNBA star racially vilified her Nigerian opponents during a heated warm-up match. The highly publicized moment contributed to Cambage walking away from the national team, whom she has not had any contact with since. The Opals … Read more

Wallabies players, contracts, Nic White, Nick Frost, overseas deals likely to be rejected, Rugby World Cup

Nic White is expected to turn down offers overseas for the opportunity to drive the Wallabies’ World Cup campaign forward next year in France. And in a double dose of good news, the uncapped Wallabies lock Nick Frost is moving closer to reneging on his deal with Robbie Deans’ Panasonic Wild Knights to also remain … Read more

Noah Lolesio Japan offer, Fraser McReight, Michael Hooper, Rugby World Cup 2023, Queensland Reds, Brumbies

Australian rugby will learn next week whether Brumbies five-eighth Noah Lolesio will stay at home or head overseas. The 22-year-old playmaker, who has played 11 Tests and wore the No. 10 jersey in the opening six Tests last year, is weighing up a deal in Japan. “It’s not Tom Banks money,” one source said, referring … Read more

Belgrade playing tennis star

Novak Djokovic said on Tuesday (AEST) that he is aiming to be “ready as I can be” for the French Open as he prepares for his third season at Belgrade this week. The world number one was deported ahead of the Australian Open in January on his Covid vaccination status, as well as Indian Wells … Read more

The Billie Jean King Cup at Ukrainian tennis players live ‘Parallel Lives’

CNN – Wearing a shirt decorated with a heart of shape, Lyudmyla Kichenok practiced with her teammate Dayana Yastremska in an empty arena under the watchful eyes of their captain Olga Savchuk on Thursday. In Asheville, North Carolina, the Ukrainian women’s tennis team is the winner of the Billie Jean King Cup Qualifiers for Team … Read more

Results to decide next Wallabies coach, analysis, Queensland Reds, Waratahs, Brumbies, Brad Thorn, Dan McKellar, Stephen Larkham

Almost one year ago the Queensland Reds partied like they had won the World Cup when, in fact, all they had done was beat the best of Australian rugby. Less than a week later, they arrived in Dunedin and returned feeling sorry for themselves after being beaten by the Highlanders. It was a bad case … Read more

Tennis news Emma Raducanu toenails secret: Billie Jean King Cup results, news

Tennis’ “billion-dollar girl” Emma Raducanu has been found hiding in a locker room with fellow players. US Open champion Emma Raducanu has confessed she has no toe nails. The English teen freak has admitted the intensity of her footwork on the tennis court has destroyed her toe nails just a couple years into her professional … Read more

Anthony Seibold, Brisbane Broncos, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Eddie Jones, England, Rugby World Cup, Six Nations, where is Seibold coaching now, Maroons, Storm

Before Anthony Seibold arrived at Pennyhill Park late last year to join Eddie Jones’ England national rugby side, he boarded his flight with two lingering thoughts. “I’m Australian and I’m from rugby league,” Seibold told over coffee on Sydney’s northern beaches after arriving home from their recent Six Nations campaign. But it wasn’t just … Read more

Wallabies star Taniela Tupou considering leaving the Queensland Reds, Brad Thorn, Western Force

He might have thrown his hat in the ring to coach the Wallabies earlier in the week, but Brad Thorn’s demeanor and relationship with his players could see the game’s greatest commodity leave Australian rugby. Taniela Tupou, the 25-year-old wrecking ball who is poised to become the Wallabies’ next $ 1 million man should they … Read more

Ukraine tennis players juggle matches, home at war raging

ASHEVILLE, NC (AP) – When Ukrainian women’s tennis player Katarina Zavatska first learned that Russia had invaded her homeland, more than a week had gone by. Every waking second, she said her thoughts were consumed with the safety of her family back home in Ukraine. In its seventh week, Zavatska has come to grips with … Read more