Worried that Floyd Mayweather will retreat from the public eye after his 'final bout' next month? You needn't be.
Claire Siracusa Australian cricket great Shane Warne has penned an open letter to controversial tennis youngster Nick Kyrgios, telling him not to "waste his talent".
Rupert Guinness The whirlwind of speculation may continue over who Wallabies coach Michael Cheika may settle on as his preferred starting halves combination for the World Cup in England.
Rupert Guinness When the US Eagles play the Wallabies at Soldier Field in Chicago on Saturday, coach Mike Tolkin will have no fear about playing at the same venue where they were thrashed by the All Blacks last November.
Rupert Guinness When Nick Phipps hears people suggest the Wallabies' campaign for the World Cup in England began with their departure from Australia last Saturday, his mind turns back almost six months.
Jesse Hogan Australia pride themselves on boasting a battery of fast-bowlers who can wreak havoc. James Pattinson proved on Wednesday he fitted that mould - by destroying the training shirt of fellow paceman Nathan Coulter-Nile.
Richard Shute American Coco Vandeweghe had the crowd in the palm of her hand as she delivered one of the most satisfying racquet smashes of all time.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios doesn't know why he and close friend Bernard Tomic have developed a reputation as the bad boys of Australian and world tennis, but Tomic insists he wants to change that.
Chris Barrett The fast bowlers will stay at home in a calculated decision aimed at freshening them up for the summer but one that could potentially backfire on them against a nation that last month drew against top-ranked South Africa.
Michael Chammas In a heartbreaking end to what was a gallant display, Thanasi Kokkinakis has bowed out of the US Open in "absolute torture" after a leg injury reduced him to serving underarm against Richard Gasquet.