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NICK Kyrgios has scuttled claims he will boycott Australia’s Davis Cup quarter-final in Darwin next week in support of Bernard Tomic.

PAT Cummins replacing the retired Ryan Harris in the cauldron of an Ashes series is a calculated risk by Cricket Australia.

IN HIGH winds and heavy rain, Chris Froome and Alberto Contador strike early advantage on the brutal second stage of this year’s Tour de France.

KARMICHAEL Hunt’s wife Emma has revealed the emotional toll of her husband’s drug and booze binges which she said were a stain on his life for “many years.”

JOHN McEnroe and Andy Roddick have urged Nick Kyrgios not to curb his emotion and flamboyance in his Wimbledon rematch with Richard Gasquet.

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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