Tennis

Clubs are Crucial to the Community

Is Australia losing its competitive spirit, or simply following a worldwide trend? The recent Roy Morgan Research data revealed that only one in five Australians over the age of 14 regularly play competitive sport, a figure that is down 27%

Investing in the Future, Who Picks up the Bill?

When Tennis Australia took over the running of the Hopman Cup from Paul MacNamee there were many in Western Australia who feared that Western Australia’s days of hosting the event were numbered. Despite assurances from Tennis Australia, and a far

This Sporting Life

If current players influence the players of the future, and the top coaches of the past and today influence many coaching and planning to coach, who influences sports administrators? This may seem a strange question, but personally I am greatly

Losing to Win

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing,” is one of many quotes that are bandied about in sport. In fact motivational quotes about winning have become big business, either as posters, or in books complimented with great sporting photographs. It

Far from Heaven with Seven

The number seven is often referred to as God’s own number, and is associated with divine completion and perfection. If only that was an apt description for Seven in Australia. The Rio Olympic Games are the 12th Olympic Games that

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