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Australia Set for Davis Cup Final 8 Tennis Competition in Málaga

16 Nov

Eight countries including Australia will resume their 2022 Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals tennis campaigns in Málaga next week. Australia’s opening match on 22 November is against the Netherlands, while Spain plays Croatia on the following day, and two matches will be played on 24 November, Italy against the United States and Germany versus Canada. […]

Korda Sisters Share Honours in Aramco Team Series at La Reserva Club in Sotogrande

1 Sep

Two of the world’s leading women golfers shared the honours at the Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande tournament held at La Reserva Club in August. […]

Cameron Smith Set for LIV Golf Debut

30 Aug

Photo by Chris Trotman/LIV Golf via Getty Images

In one of the least closely guarded secrets of this year’s turbulent golf season, Cameron Smith has been officially confirmed as the highest-ranked player to join the breakaway LIV Golf tour. The 2022 British Open champion, second in the world ranking, will be making his debut in the Boston Invitational (2-4 September). […]

Magical Putting Helps Cameron Smith to Dream British Open Triumph

17 Jul

He seemed to have played himself out of contention with a mediocre third round, and he was still seemingly a longshot halfway through Sunday’s final round. But Cameron Smith produced one of the finest back nines in major golf championship history to win the 150th British Open Championship at St. Andrews.  […]

Korda Sisters to Play in Aramco Team Series at La Reserva Club Sotogrande

5 Jul

Sisters Nelly and Jessica Korda are the latest stars to confirm their participation in the Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande at La Reserva Club. One of the Ladies European Tour’s showpiece events, and part of a series played around the world, the $1 million tournament on the Costa del Sol (18-20 August) features an innovative fourball format in which three LET professionals compete in each team together with an amateur golfer.  […]

Neil Robertson Joins Elite 147 World Championship Snooker Club

25 Apr

Until this year’s Betfred World Championship, only seven players had made a maximum break of 147 at the iconic Crucible snooker venue. Now there are eight, with Australia’s Neil Robertson joining that ulta-elite group. […]

Michael Campbell Plans Return to Tour Action

1 Oct

Article reprinted courtesy of Andalucía/España Golf

Like many golf stars of his generation, Michael Campbell followed an arduous path to eventual global success. Born in Hawera (Taranaki) on New Zealand’s North Island in February 1969, he left school early, worked a full-time job while fine-tuning his game among the elite of New Zealand amateur golf, made his first inroads into the professional ranks on the Australasian Tour (during an era when Greg Norman was at his peak), then headed to Europe where, competing against a golden era of international champions, he worked his way up to become one of the Tour’s leading players. 

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Scintillating Opener for Tigers

5 Mar

After a difficult 2015-2016 season, Wests Tigers trounced South Sydney in a fiercely contested National Rugby League opener for 2017.

Majestic Fifth in Magical Setting

29 Mar

Greater Things… a Master Class

20 Apr

(Photo: Toni Doro)

Oldest European Tour champion, sublime US Masters performance, sparkling senior tour debut… Miguel Ángel Jiménez, now arguably the third member of a global trio of Málaga favourite sons (together with Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas), just keeps dazzling us. So how does the “world’s most interesting golfer” do it? “If you are 50 it doesn’t mean that you cannot play well. I’m still moving. I’m still flexible.” Cue to… his endearingly particular stretching and warm-up routine, captured for posterity on YouTube. […]