WHILE the clash between Manchester City and Chelsea dominates the weekend’s EPL action, a couple of other big guns are in for an uncomfortable ride.

TENNIS star Rafael Nadal was challenged to test his poker bluffing game and gave some unsuspecting travellers the ride of their lives.

LI NA, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, has retired due to recurring knee injuries.

LLEYTON Hewitt’s hopes of securing a third Davis Cup trophy appear doomed after Australia was condemned to a first-round away clash with Czech Republic.

STEPHANIE Gilmore thrust herself back in the world title race with a perfect 10 and a defeat of compatriot Sally Fitzgibbons at the Swatch Pro in California today.

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Media

The press writers in action in the Ron Casey Media Centre at the MCG.The Melbourne Cricket Club has a strong and co-operative working relationship with media outlets and individuals.

As stadium manager of the MCG, the MCC understands that the media has a legitimate interest in the ground’s activities, and that of the club, and considers it important to disseminate newsworthy information to its stakeholders via the media.

All media requests for interview or access to the stadium on non-event days must be submitted to the Communications Department for approval and coordination.

All media wishing to access the stadium on an event-day are required to have the relevant media accreditation pass as provided by the event promoter.