Australian Open: beating the heat in Melbourne furnace

Six-time champion Novak Djokovic survives soaring temperatures as Federer takes advantage of cooler night game

Cape Town yearling sale not to be missed

The Sporting Post says the latest Premier Yearling Sale at the Convention Centre is a must for owners and trainers

Nadal hunts Grand Slam title after win

Spaniard through to third round of Australian Open

Sun Met punters can now bet on trainers

Worldsportsbetting is offering punters a different chance to make money on the Cape’s most famous race

King of the Mountain Nicholas Dlamini cracks mould

Dlamini becomes the first black South African to wear a leader’s jersey in cycling

Sublime Federer breezes through Melbourne opener

The Swiss star turns match at the packed Rod Laver Arena into an exhibition

Froome issue ‘a laughing stock’, says Romain Bardet

The French rider doubts Chris Froome will be cleared of his adverse doping test

Comeback legend Kubica has to wait a little

Russian rookie Sergey Sirotkin will race for Williams this season after being chosen ahead of Polish rival Robert Kubica

Fit Rory raring to go

Abu Dhabi — Rory McIlroy has expressed confidence he will soon rediscover his winning touch ahead of his return to competitive golf following 100 days of ...

Halep survives dramatic opening with Aussie teen

World No 1 has to dig deep to win first-round match at Australian Open

Caster Semenya nominated for Laureus World Sports award

The South African Olympic champion will take on 2017 Wimbledon winner Garbine Muguruza, tennis superstar Serena Williams and three others in the World ...

Sascoc ministerial inquiry to include ‘malpractices’ by CEO Tubby Reddy

The Department of Sport and Recreation confirms the inquiry’s terms of reference will include ‘irregularities and malpractices’ against Reddy ...

Lungi Ngidi’s long and tough road to Test success

Test bowler Ngidi was low on confidence and motivation after a stress fracture injury in 2017

Nadal is off to a roaring start

The world No1 tennis champ shows no signs of early season rust at the Australian Open

Cyrille Regis was ‘Martin Luther King’ of English soccer

Tributes pour in: ‘A true gentleman and legend, he will be deeply missed’

Steinhoff saga fails to deter Britain’s Coolmore

Markus Jooste horse co-owner John Magnier’s Coolmore team will be attending the Cape Premier Yearling Sale

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