Ottis: It’s a bit scary to think Rabada is only at 60%

Ottis: It’s a bit scary to think Rabada is only at 60%

The Proteas coach isn’t particularly worried about his premier fast bowler saying he feels a bit jaded.

Three forgotten Springboks catching the eye early

Three forgotten Springboks catching the eye early

These overseas-based stars have been showing some cracking form since the Christmas period and doing their utmost to make Rassie Erasmus pay attention.
SA’s Toyota Gazoo on the cusp of fine Dakar victory

SA’s Toyota Gazoo on the cusp of fine Dakar victory

Giniel de Villiers does his part to support Nasser Al Attiyah but hopes the Qatari ‘doesn’t need it’ for the final stage.
Naka Drotske: We were going to die, so instinct kicked in

Naka Drotske: We were going to die, so instinct kicked in

The former Bok hooker regales how he foiled an armed attack on his family that almost cost him his life.
Kevin Anderson crashes out of Australian Open

Kevin Anderson crashes out of Australian Open

Fifth seed Kevin Anderson was sent packing from the Australian Open in round two Thursday with American Frances Tiafoe prevailing 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5.
Proteas player ratings: Destructive Duanne, brave Bavuma

Proteas player ratings: Destructive Duanne, brave Bavuma

Yes, it was a whitewash, but Dean Elgar is right when he says the team only performed at around 70% against Pakistan.
PICS: SA’s Super Rugby teams’ Marvel Superhero jerseys!

PICS: SA’s Super Rugby teams’ Marvel Superhero jerseys!

Wakanda, err, King’s Park forever?

Rugby World Cup boss planning for typhoons, quakes in disaster-prone Japan

With the final countdown to this year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan well under way, organisers are focusing their efforts on contingency planning in the notoriously earthquake and typhoon-prone country, tournament director Alan Gilpin told AFP.

Federer relieved after getting past ‘mirror’ Evans

Defending champion Roger Federer reached the Australian Open third round for a 20th straight year Wednesday but admitted it had been tough to get past his ‘mirror’ image Dan Evans.

Ominous Serena, Djokovic make Open statements

A focused Serena Williams sent an ominous Australian Open warning with a 49-minute first-round demolition Tuesday as world number one Novak Djokovic destroyed his opponent as he targets a record seventh title.

Djokovic begins seventh Aussie Open title bid with romp

Novak Djokovic began his bid for a record seventh Australian Open title in easy fashion Tuesday, crushing 230th-ranked American Mitchell Krueger 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 on Rod Laver Arena.

 

 

 

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