Sachin Tendulkar leads Indian cricket fraternity in mourning death of Abdul Qadir
Tendulkar, who as a 16-year-old had played many attacking shots against Qadir during an exhibition match, described him as one of the best spinners of his times.
Yuzvendra Chahal, the leg spin sensation
After his match-defining spell where he picked up 4 for 51 against South Africa in his first World C...
‘When I Started Off, People Doubted my Skills’: Poonam Yadav
Even when I used to go for trials, there were separate groups for off- spinners,...
India look to try more combinations to prepare for the T20 World Cup
It is an interesting time for Kohli to miss out. One, it allows him an iota of rest in what is going to be a hectic schedule stretching into autumn of 2020. Two, and more importantly, it will allow him to watch this side from the outside.
Experiment or experience: India can either blood youngsters or give seniors more time
Despite the losses, both teams are bolstered by experience. India will welcome back their ODI specialists: captain Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami.
Hiding no more: India among the best fielding sides in the world
Not everyone can be as athletic as Kohli or Jadeja, but each player has found a way to lift his own game, and to contribute.
India look for the right combination as Australia push for first series win in two years
A first win in the ODI World Cup year would be good to get some confidence running.
Skilful bowling pool behind India's success: Yuzvendra Chahal
"Our bowling pool has swelled to 10-15 and earlier it wasn't so. Now one who is replacing you is also as skilful," Chahal told reporters after India notched up a comfortable nine-wicket win over Pakistan in the Asia Cup.
Rishabh Pant dazzles, Prithvi Shaw sizzles as youngster dominate second day
While young Pant celebrated his ODI call-up with a second Test half-century, an attractive unbeaten 85 off 120 balls, vice-captain Rahane slogged hard to remain undefeated on 75 off 174 balls.
Cricket: Cook hangs on as England suffer another review debacle
CRICKET-ASHES:Cricket: Cook hangs on as England suffer another review debacle
Cricket-Cook hangs on as England suffer another review debacle
CRICKET-ASHES/ (PIX):Cricket-Cook hangs on as England suffer another review debacle
Ashwin has so many variations, he doesn’t need doosra: Saqlain Mushtaq
In the first two Tests, England used conditions and home advantage to their benefit. For any visiting side, it takes time to adapt in overseas conditions, England’s spin bowling consultant, Saqlain Mushtaq, said.
Leg-spinners have stolen thunder in IPL: Kapil Dev
The 1983 World Cup-winning captain spoke on the sidelines of a live cricket comedy show, which is co-produced by Greymatter Entertainment.
Off-spinner with leg-breaks is like a multi-lingual: Sachin Tendulkar
Tendulkar roped in former India leg-spinner Laxman Sivaramakrishnan to bowl to him on under-prepared pitches with rough on both sides.
Cricket enters new era with four-day test
Zimbabwe warmed up for the fixture with a five-wicket loss to a South African Invitation XI in Paarl, a game that was played under lights.
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