Lleyton Hewitt says success of ATP Cup is putting Davis Cup under pressure
Lleyton Hewitt says the "great spectacle" of the inaugural ATP Cup has put extra pressure on the International Tennis Federation's Davis Cup, which he says struggled with "disappointing" crowd attendance at its revamped tournament in Madrid.
Ambitious bid to sell Perth Glory to a UK-based cryptocurrency group falls over
An ambitious and controversial plan by a London-based cryptocurrency group to buy A-League club Perth Glory has fallen through, with Football Federation Australia confirming the deal is off.
Don Furner Sr, inaugural Canberra Raiders coach, dies aged 87
Don Furner Sr, the inaugural coach of the Canberra Raiders and former Kangaroos boss, dies after a period of illness.
20kg Black History costume left me too tired to fight Fury, Wilder says
Deontay Wilder says a 19-kilogram outfit, complete with sequins and battery-powered lights, he wore before his heavyweight fight with Tyson Fury was to blame for a sluggish performance.
AFL commentator Kelli Underwood wants women to have more sport broadcasting opportunities
Kelli Underwood is a pioneer in AFL commentary and she is encouraging more women to follow her example and establish a career calling sport on radio and TV.
Boxing will last as long as there's an audience to watch people punch each other
At a time when the threat of brain injury and the effect of concussion are in the public eye, the Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder heavyweight bout shows professional boxing is as popular as ever, writes Richard Hinds.
Australia beats Sri Lanka by five wickets after surviving a scare at the WACA
Australia beats Sri Lanka by five wickets at the WACA, but the Sri Lankans put up a mighty fight as the hosts' World Cup jitters continue.
Adelaide 500 Supercars race has lowest attendance in 17 years
Just over 206,000 people attended the event over the four days to Sunday with the lower numbers being blamed on factors such as the bushfires, the weak economy and fewer racing categories.