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                      Wednesday Jan 28 23:04 AEDT
                      Novak Djokovic. (AAP)
                      Stan Wawrinka has taken a giant step towards defending his Australian Open crown with a straights-sets quarter-final defeat of Kei Nishikori.
                      Moises Henriques. (Getty)
                      Moises Henriques and Ryan Carters have produced some late hitting to guide the Sixers to a challenging total in the Big Bash final against Perth.
                      Brian Waldron. (Getty)
                      Disgraced former Melbourne chief executive Brian Waldron has broken his silence to explain his part in the Storm's NRL salary cap scandal.
                      Tim Cahill. (Getty)
                      Coach Ange Postecoglou says his Socceroos have a chance to not only win the Asian Cup, but also the hearts and minds of Australians.
                      Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. (AAP)
                      Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao have finally met in person and the two fighters will now negotiate their megafight directly.
                      Sonny Bill Williams and Michael Jordan. (Getty)
                      Sonny Bill Williams is a better athlete than Michael Jordan, according to his next opponent in the boxing ring.
                      Daniel Ricciardo (L) with Mercedes' champion Lewis Hamilton. (Getty)
                      Red Bull's boss says his outfit will give Mercedes a closer-run contest than they did last year come the new Formula One season.
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