"There is no other like Chris Gayle": The Universe Boss opens up

The first man to 10,000 T20 runs insists that there's much more to come, despite another poor IPL season read more

Debunking Chris Woakes myths – over coffee and emojis

England and Kolkata allrounder on physical, mental and bowling scars, haircut schedules, and his beloved Aston Villa read more

Biding his time, Henry keen to make an impact

As he strives to make himself indispensable, New Zealand paceman trains focus on adding to his skill read more

As an allrounder, you are always in the game: Anderson

Missing out on action due to injury can be lonely but there is more to life than read more

When you have a goal, it is easy to prepare: Goswami

The leading wicket-taker in Women’s ODIs opens up on her distinguished career, the adjustments she has had to make, her longevity and her admiration for Glenn McGrath

Would have loved to test myself against Kohli, Root: Bond

Strike bowler supreme turned coach on working with the unorthodox, New Zealand’s transition from McCullum to Williamson, Mumbai Indians’ backroom and more

Dhoni’s 23, broken thumb, time with Kumble-Kohli – Axar’s learning all the time

Kings XI Punjab’s Gujarati allrounder feels he has matured enough to leave a mark in all formats for whichever team he plays for now

Playing the IPL auctions and managing crises, Col Arvinder Singh style

The former Punjab COO and now Gujarat chief executive takes us behind the scenes for a glimpse of how a franchise thinks and functions

Playing Test cricket for Afghanistan is the only dream left: Nabi

From breaking new ground in the IPL to coming up the hard way, veteran allrounder opens up on the game and his life

I run anywhere, says thankful Tahir

Veteran South African leggie still thinks himself Pakistani, but would give his life for the Rainbow Nation

Trust your defence, enjoy the challenge – Darren Bravo’s mantra for success in India

Kolkata Knight Riders’ newest recruit is indebted to Dravid and Lara for tips that he has put to good use

There’s pressure, but Rabada won’t be paralysed by it

Help those who don’t have access, but you should be picked on merit – South African paceman opens up about transformation

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