Not only does Racing And Sports have all your horse racing action covered, we have expanded the content we provide to include a massive amount of Sports information.

Both in terms of Audio and Video matter and news articles, Racing And Sports has every sport covered from the main landscape.

These include AFL, Rugby League, Cricket, Tennis, Golf, Rugby Union, Football, Cycling, Swimming and various other pursuits which focus the sporting eyes of the nation.

There will be more features coming as well.

Sports - Tennis

Aussie Cabrera into China tennis quarters

Australian tennis player Lizette Cabrera has beaten third-seeded Estonia Anett Kontaveit 6-0 7-5 to reach the quarter-finals of the Guangzhou event in China.

Stosur knocked out in first round in China    

Seventh seed Samantha Stosur has suffered another early exit, this time blowing a one-set lead against world No.132 Han Xinyun at the Guangzhou International.

Goffin was just too good, concedes Kyrgios    

Nick Kyrgios was bitterly disappointed to lose his reverse singles Davis Cup semi-final rubber, but praised the performance of Belgium's David Goffin

Hewitt despondent after Belgium Cup defeat

Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt says his team have learned about the difficulty of Davis Cup tennis the hard way after losing their semi-final 3-2 to Belgium.

Belgium v Australia Davis Cup snapshot

A snapshot of the Davis Cup semi-final between Australia and Belgium in Brussels.

Ruthless doubles duo give Aussies the edge    

John Peers says he and Jordan Thompson executed their game plan perfectly in the Davis Cup semi-final doubles win over Ruben Bemelmans and Arthur De Greef.

Hewitt confident Kyrgios will deliver win    

Lleyton Hewitt has backed Nick Kyrgios to guide Australia to a first Davis Cup final since 2003 on Sunday.

I've saved my best for Australia    

Nick Kyrgios says he's kept his best form for Australia in the Davis Cup following his dramatic five-set victory over Steve Darcis in Brussels.

Australia v Belgium Davis Cup snapshot

Snapshot of day one of Australia's Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium in Brussels.

Millman crestfallen after Goffin loss    

A disappointed John Millman says he let David Goffin off the hook after going down in four sets in the opening Davis Cup singles rubber against Belgium.

Hewitt so proud of battling Kyrgios    

Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt hailed the fighting spirit of Nick Kyrgios after his five-set Davis Cup semi-final victory over Steve Darcis in Brussels.

Hewitt plays down Laver Cup's significance    

Lleyton Hewitt says the Davis Cup - not the Laver Cup - is and should always remain the pinnacle team event in men's tennis.

I'm no Bernard Tomic, insists Kyrgios    

Nick Kyrgios says it's unfair for people to lump him in the same category as fallen Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic.

Millman desperate to reward Hewitt's faith    

John Millman is itching to reward the faith shown in him by Lleyton Hewitt following his shock selection for the Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium.

Belgium v Australia Davis Cup at a glance

How Australia match up against Belgium in the Davis Cup ahead of their semi-final in Brussels.

Peers looming as the key man for Australia    

Doubles specialist John Peers could be the the key player for Australia in this weekend's Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium.

Hewitt defends decision to axe Kokkinakis

Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt says the decision to replace Thanasi Kokkinakis with John Millman was due to form reasons.

Stosur out in first round at Japan Open

Samantha Stosur of Australia plays a forehand during a ladies’ singles match at the 2017 French Open. June 4, 2017

In a luckless return to the WTA tennis since the French Open Samantha Stosur suffered a three-set defeat at the Japan Open on Wednesday.

Stosur falls in first round at Japan Open    

Samantha Stosur has made an unsuccessful return in her first WTA tennis match since the French Open in early June.

Aussie team spirit delights happy Hewitt    

Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt believes his Australian team boasts the best camaraderie of any side he has ever been a part of.

Radwanska, Agut back for Auckland tennis    

Former champions Agnieszka Radwanska and Roberto Bautista Agut will return for the 2018 Auckland Classic tennis tournaments.

Kyrgios fit and ready for Davis Cup clash    

Nick Kyrgios says the fitness issues that have dogged him throughout 2017 won't prevent him from playing in the Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium.

Kyrgios pumped for Davis Cup semi-final    

Australian spearhead Nick Kyrgios says he's ready to fight through the pain barrier in the Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium in Brussels.

Barty, Dellacqua in season-ending doubles    

Ash Barty and Casey Dellacqua have qualified for the season-ending doubles championships in Singapore.

Tomic 'a long way off' Davis Cup: Hewitt    

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt says the door is open for Bernard Tomic but a Davis Cup recall is "a long way off' for the isolated tennis star.

Rodionova loss ends Aussie tilt at US Open    

Anastasia Rodionova, Australia's last player standing at the US Open, and her mixed doubles partner Oliver Marach have lost their semi-final.

Snapshot from day 11 at the US Open

How day 11 of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Peers loss ends Aussie men's US Open tilt    

Australia's last man standing at the US Open John Peers and his Finnish doubles partner Henri Kontinen have lost their semi-final.

Snapshot from day 10 at the US Open

How day 10 of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Murray to join Nadal at Brisbane tennis    

World No.2 Andy Murray looks set to take the rest of the year off but make his return from a hip injury at January's Brisbane International.

Peers into US Open doubles semi-finals    

Australian Davis Cup star John Peers is into his third grand slam doubles semi-final of 2017 after eliminating countryman John-Patrick Smith from the US Open.

Hewitt reveals Davis Cup semi-final team    

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt has named Nick Kyrgios, Jordan Thompson, Thanasi Kokkinakis and John Peers for the Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium.

Snapshot from day eight at the US Open

How day eight of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Hewitt and Davis Cup to fire Kyrgios up    

Lleyton Hewitt and Davis Cup is just the tonic for Nick Kyrgios after the tennis star's latest grand slam disappointment in New York.

Snapshot from day seven at the US Open

How day seven of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Venus Williams into US Open quarter-finals    

Veteran tennis superstar Venus Williams has progressed to the US Open quarter-finals with a three-set win over Carla Suarez Navarro.

Schwartzman stands tall at US Open

Argentine Diego Schwartzman has become the shortest grand slam quarter-finalist in 23 years after continuing his surprise run at Flushing Meadows.

Sharapova crashes out of US Open    

Latvian Anastasija Sevastova has ended Maria Sharapova's US Open with a three-set win over the former world No.1 at Flushing Meadows.

Australian tennis aces grand slammed

Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic won just two grand slam matches each in 2017.

Australia's worst slam season since 1995

Australia's tennis stars have endured their worst grand slam season since 1995 but Tennis Australia's head of performance sees hope.

Snapshot from day six at the US Open

How day six of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Kyrgios's US Open campaign over    

A second-round doubles loss has completed Nick Kyrgios's forgettable US Open campaign at Flushing Meadows.

Hewitt's bumper Australian Davis Cup squad    

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt will take an eight-man squad to Brussels for this month's Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium on indoor clay.

Aussie profits from Fognini's US Open ban    

Australian tennis player John-Patrick Smith has earned a walkover though to the US Open doubles quarter-finals thanks to Fabio Fognini's spectacular suspension.

Millman savours big US Open pay day    

German veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber has ended John Millman's US Open singles campaign but the Australian remains in the doubles after a last-minute entry.

Snapshot from day five at the US Open

How day five of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Hewitt ponders Davis Cup semifinal options    

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt is weighing up his options ahead of the looming World Group semi-final showdown with Belgium.

Open bolter Millman recalls the dark days    

Australian tennis battler John Millman is eyeing a US Open showdown with Roger Federer, but he recalls how life on tour hasn't always been so glamorous.

Barty looking ahead of US Open defeat    

John Millman is the last Australian singles hope in New York following a disappointing third-round US Open loss for Ashleigh Barty.

Snapshot from day four at the US Open

How day four of the US Open unfolded at Flushing Meadows.

Gavrilova suffers US Open heartbreak    

Australian No.1 Daria Gavrilova has lost to American Shelby Rogers in the longest recorded women's match in US Open history, a three-hour, 33-minute epic.

Millman earns opportunity of a lifetime    

Australian tennis battler John Millman has earned himself a massive pay day and rankings rise and maybe a US Open shot at Roger Federer.

Kyrgios cops fines, wins doubles in NYC    

Combustible Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has racked up the biggest fines of the US Open at Flushing Meadows before scoring a doubles win with Matt Reid.