Australia's Giteau relishing World Cup swansong

Australia centre Matt Giteau is relishing the prospect of a World Cup swansong after a four-year exile from international rugby saw him welcomed back into the Wallabies fold.

No complacency for Wallabies

The Wallabies are treating the match against the USA like a Test against the All-Blacks as they look to take momentum to the World Cup.

Federer express aims to keep rolling at U.S. Open

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Roger Federer express will look to gather further pace in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday as the world number two continues his bid for a sixth U.S. Open title …

Whare to make NRL return for Panthers

Panthers coach Ivan Cleary has confirmed centre Dean Whare will return from injury for the side's last game of the year against Newcastle.

GI to make welcome return for Bunnies

South Sydney will receive a welcome boost in week 1 of the NRL finals with fullback and captain Greg Inglis set to return from a knee injury.

49ers cut five players, Hayne safe

Jarryd Hayne is expected to survive the final round of roster cuts as the San Francisco 49ers get ready for the regular season.

Tomic's plans to topple Gasquet

French 12th seed Richard Gasquet stands in the way of Bernard Tomic and a place in the second week of the US Open for the first time.

Taylor takes Watson send-off as compliment

London (AFP) - James Taylor may have got out when well set during the first one-day international against Australia but the way in which Shane Watson bade him farewell from the crease has encouraged …