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Australian Open 2021 Men’s final Preview: Novak Djokovic Vs Daniil Medvedev
Niranjan Deodhar - Feb 20, 2021

The Australian Open is Novak Djokovic’s fortress, the Serb is already an eight-time champion down under and in the final on Sunday, the World No.1 is eyeing to claim his 9th title at the Melbourne Park and 18th Major title overall. But, in his way, is the ruthless Russian, Daniil Medvedev, who is now on […]



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Australian Open 2021 Men’s final Preview: Novak Djokovic Vs Daniil Medvedev
Niranjan Deodhar - Feb 20, 2021

The Australian Open is Novak Djokovic’s fortress, the Serb is already an eight-time champion down under and in the final on Sunday, the World No.1 is eyeing to claim his 9th title at the Melbourne Park and 18th Major title overall. But, in his way, is the ruthless Russian, Daniil Medvedev, who is now on […]

Making the best of it; NZ rugby preseason XVs & 7s warm-up
Making the best of it; NZ rugby preseason XVs & 7s warm-up

Across the board, all nations have had to make the best of it. Yet for sides downunder and being somewhat isolated, the NZ rugby preseason for each of the XVs and 7s sides has had to be creative and especially reactive. Covid-19 has changed or made near impossible so many of the prearranged set preseason […]

Why William Nylander is Not an Inconsistent Player for the Toronto Maple Leafs
Chace McCallum - Feb 18, 2021

There are 100 reasons why people hate William Nylander, and many of them are rather stupid when you think about it. There is one interesting criticism of Nylander because it is actually about hockey, and falsifiable. That criticism is that William Nylander is especially inconsistent. One thought is that Nylander just looks inconsistent because of […]

WCC Tournament To Use Metrics For Seeding, Gonzaga, BYU May Opt Out

The 2020-21 college basketball season has been unusual, to say the least. The pandemic has created lengthy program pauses, abrupt schedule changes, and a single location for the NCAA Tournament. Adding to the madness, the West Coast Conference has decided to reformat their tournament with the help of technology (yikes). The University Credit Union WCC […]

Arkansas Razorbacks on a Roll in SEC Play

Arkansas stumbled through their first six games in SEC play. They started the conference slate at 2-4, with a NCAA berth fading into the distance. The Razorbacks have won seven straight in the league since, and have vaulted up the standings into a tie for second. Eric Musselman’s team is playing as well as anyone […]

arizona coyotes controversy
Arizona Coyotes Controversy Disappointing For Fans

A recent article in The Athletic written by Katie Strang (subscription required) has caused some Arizona Coyotes controversy. Strang has detailed the inner workings of the franchise’s organization and she didn’t hold any punches in her reporting. Arizona Coyotes Controversy Hits Fans Let’s face it, the Arizona Coyotes’ hockey team is sort of accustomed to […]

New York Yankees Spring Training
Aaron Boone Discusses Depth As New York Yankees Spring Training Begins

As the New York Yankees Spring Training gets underway, the dawn of a new season approaches. Once again, they hope to move on from the downfalls of the previous season. Still, the 2021 season will emanate themes of 2020 for all of MLB. Covid protocols continue to engulf daily life for ball clubs. Additionally, Zoom […]

Lionel Messi Barcelona
The Lionel Messi Barcelona Dilemma

A fascinating soap opera is looming on the horizon. Scheduled to be released this summer, this must-see TV involves a player who has been the icon, hero and saviour of his team since his debut. That came on October 16, 2004, at the tender age of 17 years, three months and 22 days old. The […]