The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Kevin Bartlett. On the show today, Russell Milton with the latest EPL news, Craig Gabriel in the studio looking at the Australian Open, Australian Tennis Player Andrew Harris, Former Swan turned Sydney Rooster Nick Davis, and Fox Sports A-League Commentator Simon Hill.
Andrew Harris had an Australian Open experience to remember. The 24 year old went down in the first round to Berretini but the road to get to the Open is one he'll never forget receiving a wildcard to play in this years tournament
The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Bryce McGain. On the show today, MMA Road Show Host John Morgan, Fox Sports Soccer Commentator Adam Peacock, Craig Gabriel in the studio previewing the Australian Open, Herald Sun Cricket Reporter Sam Landsberger, Jockey Jason Benbow, Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley, and Ben McDermott from the Hobart Hurricanes.
After jumping out of the blocks in BBL|09 the Hurricanes have lost 4 of their last 5 matches (with 1 no result). They'll be hoping to get back on the winners list tomorrow when they take on the bottom placed Renegades at Marvel Stadium.
The greatest slam on earth kicks off at Melbourne Park today. Craig Tiley has been the frontman for a number of years and joins us on the opening morning of the Australian Open to tell us what fans can expect from this years edition of the Open.
A 131 from Steve Smith wasn't enough for the Aussies overnight as India chased down their 286 with 7 wickets in hand. Rohit Sharma was given man of the match awards while Virat Kohli was named man of the series
It's Day 1 of the Australian Open. Craig Gabriel joins us in the studio to preview the greatest of the 4 majors, the first slam of the year at Melbourne Park. Can Ash Barty become the first Australian to win the tournament in over 40 years?
The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Glenn McFarlane. On the show today, Australian Under 19 Cricket Coach Chris Rogers, Phil Murphy from ESPN with the latest US Sports news, The Friday Form with Deane Lester and the TAB's Trent Langskaill, Western Bulldogs recruit Alex Keath, Melbourne United Coach Dean Vickerman, Mitch Robinson from the Brisbane Lions, and the voice of cycling Phil Liggett.
The Australian summer of cycling is in full swing and this weekend it moves to Adelaide for the Tour Down Under, for many years Phil has covered this tour. Is this the best field yet? What can we expect from cycling during this Olympic year?
They were the surprise packet of 2019, will the Lions continue that run in 2020? The pre-season is in full swing and today they make their way down to Tasmania for a training camp as well as interact with their fans in the apple isle. Mitch Robinson joined the Summer Breakfast Club
United are off to New Zealand this weekend to take on the Breakers in the run to the NBL Finals. Yesterday they unveiled their indigenous jersey for indigenous round, another magnificent addition to the NBL calendar. Dean Vickerman joined the Summer Breakfast Club
Joining the Western Bulldogs during the final 30 minutes of the trade period, the former Crow Alex Keath is on the recovery track from stress fracture in his leg and looking forward to making the kennell his new home.