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Barty: Bushfire recovery more important than AO

Aussie tennis star Ash Barty would value the rebuilding of her nation in the wake of devastating bushfires over winning her home Grand Slam.

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Barty: I don't think anyone could care less if an Aussie wins

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Football

Matildas' Kerr scores first Chelsea goal in win

Australia international striker Sam Kerr scored her first Chelsea goal as the Blues beat champions Arsenal 4-1 in FA Women's Super League.

W-League review: Melbourne City shine again; Victory are becoming Dowie FC

It's been 500 minutes since Melbourne City last conceded a goal, while Victory captain Natasha Dowie enjoyed a fine W-League weekend.

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BUILD-UP

Telling tears herald Annabel Sutherland's rise

James Sutherland was able to push one of his missions as Cricket Australia CEO around watching his daughter forge a cricket career

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'Pressure is defending your home from bushfires'

Sophie Molineux and Annabel Sutherland have been included in the 15-strong squad

WNBA

What the new CBA means for the WNBA and its players

Did the players get what they were hoping for? What are the key improvements for players? Are the changes to free agency enough? We have answers.

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Ogwumike 'thrilled' with WNBA CBA improvements

Chiney Ogwumike breaks down the notable points of the WNBA's new collective bargaining agreement, including increased player compensation and mental health resources.

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TENNIS

AUSTRALIAN OPEN PREVIEW

Overexposed, sure, but Barty not overwhelmed

Despite being 'a little sick' of her seeing her image plastered throughout Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open, world No. 1 Ash Barty says she isn't feeling extra pressure.

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Day 1: Aussies fail to make an impact

It was a poor day for the Australians on Day 1 of the Australian Open, with just No. 1 seed Ash Barty advancing through to the second round. Catch up on all the results here.

2020 Australian Open experts' picks: Serena, Djokovic heavy favorites

Novak Djokovic owns Melbourne, and Serena Williams could finally win her 24th major title. But maybe it's a breakout player who wins at the 2020 Australian Open. Our experts weigh in.

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