This year, the World Number two tennis player, Rafael Nadal began his tennis season in Brisbane but over there he retire due to his injury and then he concentrated on Australian Open 2019, where he made it to finals without dropping a set.
Australia's cricketers were headed Saturday to the battlefields of Gallipoli for inspiration to kick off a gruelling four-month tour taking in the defence of their World Cup crown and an Ashes series. The team, led by Justin Langer, flew out of
Australia's cricketers were headed Saturday to the battlefields of Gallipoli for inspiration to kick off a gruelling four-month tour taking in the defence of their World Cup crown and an Ashes series.
Steve Smith plundered an unbeaten 91 and Glenn Maxwell hit 70 Friday before bad light stopped play, with Australia winning their final warm-up game before leaving for England to defend their World Cup title. They were handed victory by five wickets
Smith's knock goes in vain as Kiwis win second warm-up game Former Australian skipper Steve Smith played a classy knock of 89 during the second warm-up game against New Zealand in Brisbane, while his former deputy
With Australia set to go to the polls on May 18, it is pleasing to learn that Labor’s candidate for the federal seat of Brisbane, Dr Paul Newbury has an impressive track record of engagement and friendship with India.
In Brief: Bollywood Australia Dance Competition (BADC) is coming to the iconic Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts Performance Space over the weekend of 17-19 May 2019.The competition will showcase Brisbane’s Incredible Indian Dance Scene
A one-day warm-up match between Australia and New Zealand XI at Brisbane today marked a return of Steve Smith and David Warner to international cricket after their ball-tampering bans.A small crowd warmly welcomed Smith and Warner during the game.
Brisbane: Steve Smith and David Warner have been welcomed back to the Australian team with ‘no tension’, coach Justin Langer said Friday, with the World Cup offering another opportunity for redemption. The duo returned to the national side for a
Australia captain Aaron Finch believes David Warner will enter this year's World Cup desperate to prove himself as the disgraced batsman prepares to rejoin his teammates after a ball-tampering ban. Warner has been in red-hot form in the India