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Patience, self-belief – the bedrocks of Handscomb’s batting

Patience, self-belief – the bedrocks of Handscomb’s batting

On his first senior tour of India, Australian newbie hopes to draw from idol Martyn’s success against the turning ball read more

Breaking the game rather than world records – the legacy Ashwin wants to leave

India’s lead bowler says he was at only 60-70% during home season so far, expects read more

Bangladesh owes a lot of gratitude to India: Akram Khan

Former captain and current BCB chief selector recalls playing country's first Test, and team's progress read more

Perth hundred lifted me, I started recognising myself: Tendulkar

Exactly 25 years to the day since that mesmeric 114, maestro skips down memory lane and relives read more

I am at my fittest, and playing my best cricket: Parthiv

Gujarat captain delves into the journey to the Ranji title, his years in international wilderness, inspiring youngsters with work ethic and more

Want Dhoni to bat higher, play without burden: Kohli

Responsibility makes me a better player and person, to captain India in a World Cup would be the biggest achievement, says captain

Jaggi-Kishan: Jharkhand's trusted jugalbandi

They've forged significant partnerships this Ranji season, but their bond off the field is possibly even more entertaining

Honesty, hard work secrets to my success: Aleem Dar

International cricket’s most capped umpire opens up on the journey that has been, on learning from mistakes, and the influence of the 2003 World Cup on his career

Ramji Srinivasan, and fitness the Indian way

After four years away from cricket at the highest level, the Indian team's one-time fitness trainer is making waves with the Tamil Nadu Ranji team.

One spot, many variations – Nadeem continues to pitch it right

Added responsibility of being a senior bowler has made a difference, says Jharkhand left-arm spinner after 50-plus hauls two Ranji seasons in a row

Relaxed approach frees record-breaking Satterthwaite up

With two strings to her bow but batting as her primary suit, allrounder has emerged as a key figure in the White Ferns’ scheme of things

Aiming to play only Ranji Trophy, we’ll move nowhere: Govinda Poddar

Having led Odisha to their first Ranji quarterfinal in 15 years, captain opens up on team dynamics, the association and building a winner’s mentality

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