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NICK Kyrgios has followed in the footsteps of the greats with his historic charge into the Australian Open quarter-finals.

ARSENAL, West Ham and Aston Villa redressed the balance for Premier League teams after a flow of FA Cup upsets, securing narrow fourth-round wins.

THE Perth Scorchers won through to their fourth BBL grand final with a dominant performance defending a modest total against the Melbourne Stars.

ANDY Murray has set up a mouth-watering quarter final clash with young Australian tyro Nick Kyrgios after overcoming Grigor Dimitrov.

BERNARD Tomic has savaged Australian Open officials over scheduling issues after bowing out at Melbourne Park.

Australian Cricket Hall of Fame

Australian Cricket Hall of FameThe Australian Cricket Hall of Fame was first proposed by the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) in 1995.

With the support of Cricket Australia and Cricket Victoria, the Hall of Fame was officially opened in 1996.

Ten players were inducted then, and a further 24 have been welcomed since.

Selection philosophy for the Hall of Fame focuses on the players’ status as sporting legends in addition to their outstanding statistical records. All inductees must have been retired from international cricket for a minimum of five years to be eligible for selection.

View the list of Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inductees

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