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Aussie Open may herald new era

“The young guns are missing a bit of guts. A bit of balls. A bit of ‘Okay, I’m here and I want...

A walkabout at Wimbledon

Poorer fans watch screens on Murray Mount and the posh mingle with stars in Rosewater Pavilion

The curses of Wimbledon

Swearing on court has glorious precedent and livens up Wimbledon's otherwise bland image.

Federer and Djokovic both ready to win Australian Open

Fathers, favourites and form: At different stages in their careers but Federer and Djokovic both have the Australian Open title in their sights.

Cilic beats the odds with a ‘miracle’ win at US Open

Croatian Marin Cilic has emerged with a "miracle" to win the US Open following months held under a doping ban.

For he’s a jolly good fellow: Federer at peace with age

Roger Federer is relaxed about turning 30 on Monday and sliding to third in the world rankings -- while clarifying he still has competitive fire.

Federer powers into Aussie Open final

Roger Federer cruised into his 22nd Grand Slam final with an effortless straight sets win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the Australian Open on Friday.

Murray powers into Australian Open final

Andy Murray wore down Croatian Marin Cilic over four sets to become the first Briton to reach the Australian Open final in 33 years on Thursday.

Henin sets up dream final against Serena

Justine Henin capped her comeback by making the Australian Open final on Thursday where she will meet Serena Williams gunning for her fifth title.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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