From the bylanes of Chennai to the centre at Wormsley, it’s been a fascinating rise for the young India Women pacer
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South African’s record-breaking form in the tri-series in Zimbabwe caps a year full of highs and bodes well for his team
The batsman’s autobiography is set for a November 6 launch. If it’s as honest as promised, the book, like its subject, could be a path-breaker
Australian great says he and Warne shared similar mindsets, dwells on aggression and preparation as key aspects of pace bowling
Twenty20 cricket has hurt as well as helped Test cricket, feels Pune-based octogenarian
Twenty20 was all the rage on social media, with results and captaincy changes drawing comments, angst and humour in equal measure
Efforts are on to revitalise Mumbai’s pride and joy, but it is no longer the monsoon event that tested skill and character
From Rohit Sharma’s broken fingers to Ryan McLaren being hors de combat, cricket posed several challenges to those not able to take part in the game on the field
From India’s consecutive wins in England to Zimbabwe ending a drought against Australia, the week gone by threw up interesting numbers
From new gear to stars coaching kids, there was plenty happening on Thusday
Former batsman praises team’s character in bouncing back from Test loss, hails depth in batting
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