Australia is in the Fed Cup final for the first time in 26 years after Samantha Stosur and Ash Barty hold their nerve to win the deciding doubles match in the semi-final against Belarus.
Basketball has joined a host of other sports in embracing a shorter form of the game, which will be played at the next Olympics. However, governing bodies need to be careful not to forget their sport's roots in the pursuit of dollars, writes Ben Lisson.
Ash Barty has returned home after her Miami Open triumph, and the newly installed top-10 player is catching up with her friend and fellow sports star Steph Gilmore.
Nick Kyrgios puts together the finishing touches on a great week of tennis, to beat world number three Alexander Zverev for the Mexican Open title.
Nick Kyrgios ups the ante in his war of words with Rafael Nadal after beating the Spanish star in Mexico — saying he "can smell the blood" when he plays the world number two.
There is a deep irony to Martina Navratilova's claim in a newspaper article that trans women have a physical advantage over "innocent" cisgender women, writes Noah Riseman.
Some of Australia's sports have taken steps to achieve pay equity for male and female athletes — now a group of 17 sporting chiefs release a plan to close the gender pay gap.
Australia's largest online gambling company, Sportsbet, paid Christos Kyrgios, the brother of tennis player Nick Kyrgios, $40,000 in 2018 to promote the betting giant.
Bernard Tomic is savaged by Tennis Australia, with the chief executive accusing him of trying to sabotage the sport while declaring he will not be considered for Davis Cup selection.
The 2019 Australian Open brought us some dramatic finals, but there were also a few great moments in between. Here are some that made this tournament one to remember.