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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

    Author: ABC

    Williams makes dramatic Australian Open exit… - news of today

    Williams makes dramatic Australian Open exit after third-set collapse

    In a shock exit, Serena Williams is out of the Australian Open after losing in three sets to Karolina Pliskova in their quarter-final on Rod Laver Arena.

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    Lies, damned lies and statistics: Sheffield… - news of today

    Lies, damned lies and statistics: Sheffield Shield numbers are an inexact guide to finding star Test batsmen

    As Australia’s Test selectors search for a winning formula from limited resources, there has been a clamour to promote players based on the hard facts of Sheffield Shield performances. But an examination of the numbers suggests that simple logic is less than reliable.

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    Barty-beater Kvitova in four-way battle to… - news of today

    Barty-beater Kvitova in four-way battle to become new number one

    Ash Barty celebrates her Australian Open run rather than moping after her quarter-final loss, while her conquerer Petra Kvitova enters a four-way shoot-out for the number one ranking.

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    Old guard versus next gen in Aus Open semi with… - news of today

    Old guard versus next gen in Aus Open semi with Nadal to take on Tsitsipas

    Rafael Nadal reaches the semi-finals of the Australian Open and standing in his way of making the tournament decider is Roger Federer’s conqueror, Stefanos Tsitsipas.

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    Cristiano Ronaldo agrees to pay $30m fine to… - news of today

    Cristiano Ronaldo agrees to pay $30m fine to settle tax fraud case

    Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is signing a deal with a Spanish court to settle a tax fraud case which will cost him a total of $29.9 million and give him a suspended jail term.

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    Former Socceroo Craig Foster visits Hakeem… - news of today

    Former Socceroo Craig Foster visits Hakeem AlAraibi in Bangkok prison

    The former Socceroos skipper turned analyst launches an emotional appeal for Mr AlAraibi’s release after spending 20 minutes speaking with the Melbourne-based footballer through prison glass.

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    Tsitsipas backs up Federer upset with gritty… - news of today

    Tsitsipas backs up Federer upset with gritty win over Bautista Agut at Australian Open

    Playing less than 48 hours after his stunning victory over Roger Federer, Stefanos Tsitsipas continues his winning run at the Australian Open, although it was never easy against the plucky Roberto Bautista Agut.

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    Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker to be Adelaide… - news of today

    Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker to be Adelaide Crows co-captains

    The Adelaide Crows will have co-captains for the first time, with coach Don Pyke saying Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker are “great mates” with skills and qualities that will complement each other.

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    Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker to be Adelaide… - news of today

    Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker to be Adelaide Crows co-captains

    The Adelaide Crows will have co-captains for the first time, with coach Don Pyke saying Rory Sloane and Taylor Walker are “great mates” with skills and qualities that will complement each other.

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    ‘I’m not sure what’s going on’: Wade frustrated… - news of today

    ‘I’m not sure what’s going on’: Wade frustrated by Test selectors’ mixed messages

    Matthew Wade, who has been prolific in domestic cricket this season, hits out at Australian selectors after being overlooked for the Sri Lanka Test series, while Kurtis Patterson gets picked on the weight of his recent runs.

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    ‘I knew I might explode’: Crowd boos as Carreno… - news of today

    ‘I knew I might explode’: Crowd boos as Carreno Busta melts down at Australian Open

    The Spaniard slams his bag down and screams at the umpire before storming out of the arena as a contentious point ruling brings an end to five hours and five sets of tennis and clinches eighth seed Kei Nishikori’s spot in the quarter finals.

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    ‘I knew I might explode’: Crowd boos as Carreno… - news of today

    ‘I knew I might explode’: Crowd boos as Carreno Busta melts down at Australian Open

    The Spaniard slams his bag down and screams at the umpire before storming out of the arena as a contentious point ruling brings an end to five hours and five sets of tennis and clinches eighth seed Kei Nishikori’s spot in the quarter finals.

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