Anyone For Tennis?

Love All For Ausfailure

Lleyton Hewitt’s defeat in the Mens Singles at Wimbledon ends Ausfailure’s dire participation in both Singles events as Jarmila Groth had earlier lost in straight sets in the Women’s event. At least they both lasted longer than 6th seed Sam Stosur who crashed out on the first day of

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Famine Declared

Ausfailure – Desperate for any help

Rugby League, Rugby Union, Cricket, Soccer, Fly Fishing, Formula 1, and now Tennis. There is breaking news for Ausfailure – and it’s all bad, bad bad.

With their nation currently undergoing major upheaval following the removal of their prime minister by the mining companies and coming to

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A Little Girl Wins

Francesca Schiavone

Francesca Schiavone became the first Italian woman to win a grand slam in the open era when she beat 7th seed favorite Sam Stosur from Ausfailure in straight sets today. The pint sized Italian knocked over the higher ranked player in much the same fashion as the Poms knocked off Ausfailure

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A Sad Little Country Waits


While the world watches, piddling itself as the joint that used to brag about itself as the Sporting Capital of the World crashes and burns on the international stage a little girl from Ausfailure waits. Samantha Stosur today has the forlorn hopes of the entire embattled nation of Ausfailure on her shoulders

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Tennis Star Reveals Breeding

Tennis Sluts Run Riot

Rising tennis star Laura Robson has hopes of one day winning the Sheilas Final at Wimbleton.

However she won’t be getting any accolades from her tennis pals should she manage to achieve her dream.

Robson has launched a remarkable attack on her rivals, saying some of the world’s female

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Aussies lose World Team tennis tie


Updated May 20, 2010 06:59:00

Ausfailiure’s alleged men’s team has sh!t the bed again and lost 2-1 to the Czech Republic in its World Team Cup of tennis tie in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Carsten Ball and Peter Luczak lost their singles rubbers in straight sets, but combined to win the doubles.

Lleyton Hewitt was

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