Former India coach says technique is overrated, holds forth on the importance of a strong mind and is fearful of the fun element going out of cricket
Sri Lankan hero walks off to fantastic applause after completing his ...
Giants of the game don’t always sign off in style – on the same day ...
When the Sri Lankan legend quits the game, he will leave behind a rich ...
The Jayawardene-Sangakkara success story as a partnership is unlikely to be paralleled in Sri Lankan cricket history
Several contemporary batting legends have endured rough patches in long careers, but the truly great have found the strength to bounce back
There is more to the strapping pacer than just the teenager who messed with Ponting’s method six years ago
Lord’s might emit a vibe that wouldn’t sit well with Australians at first glance, but they like tradition more than they care to admit
Dhoni isn’t someone to lay a serious charge lightly, and while verdicts in the court of opinion have been passed, it might be wiser to wait for Gordon Lewis’s judgement in the Jadeja-Anderson affair
Former Australia captain feels cricketers from his country, who are mostly well paid, are not vulnerable to approaches from bookies
Former skipper to be part of high-profile backroom staff, says he’s looking forward to working with franchise again
Australia Women’s captain says spending time in the middle and picking up cues from men’s game helped her while smashing a record 126
Former Australia captain expects Warner to be put through a tough time for his controversial allegations of ball-tampering against South Africa
Perhaps stung by his omission from India’s ODI squad, the lanky fast bowler produced one of his best spells to put India on top in Wellington
The changes in India’s backroom staff will: