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Ron Reed

Show BioHide BioRON REED has spent more than 50 years as a sportswriter or sports editor, mainly at The Herald and Herald Sun. He has covered just about every sport at local, national and international level, including multiple assignments at the Olympic and Commonwealth games, cricket tours, the Tour de France, America’s Cup yachting, tennis and golf majors and world title fights.

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Wozniacki’s win worth every cent

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AND THE winner was … women’s tennis, as the two finalists turn on a final for the ages at the Australian Open, writes RON REED: CAROLINE WOZNIACKI has won not only one of the most entertaining women’s finals ever played at the Australian Open but maybe the tou... More »

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Popular Pietersen bows out a winner

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AFTER FOUR years as the biggest name in the Big bash league Kevin Pietersen has lect the MCG fans on their feet, applauding, as he gave them a match-winnings to remember him by, says chief writer RON REED. More »

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Stale Stars hardly worth watching

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YOU CAN’T WIN ‘em all – but the Melbourne Stars Big bash team have struggled to win even one game let alone break their duck in terms of titles, and the fans are starting to vote with their feet, writes RON REED. More »

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Back where he belongs, Novak Djokovic turns up the heat

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NOBODY HAS made an art form of winning the Australian Open men’s singles like the pride of Serbia and despite a few signs that he might be struggling to keep up the pace, the pride of Serbia is still in hot form in more ways than one, writes RON REED. More »

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Rafa and Roger – here we go again

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IT’S ONE OF the fiercest individual rivalries in sporting history and it’s bubbling up again as Rafael Nadal moves smoothly into the third round of the Australian Open, writes RON REED. More »