Cricket is everything, more so after fatherhood: Raina

Cricket is everything, more so after fatherhood: Raina

I don't care about money, name or fame, the kick of playing for India again keep me going, says batsman read more

Surviving the tsunami to leading the Test team – Chandimal’s tough road to stardom

His poignant past has helped the Sri Lankan pro understand the problems of the others, something he read more

‘If you have evidence, make it public’ – Sreesanth reiterates innocence

After Kerala court rules his life ban invalid, pacer says all he wants is justice and the read more

Financial stability is the reason for India’s success, says Aravinda de Silva

Sri Lankan ace says ICC needs to “act like the World Bank” and help countries get to read more

I rate Kohli highly, but he need not be aggressive all the time: Ranatunga

Sri Lankan cricket is going in the wrong direction because selectors are focussed on physique and players are focussed on money, says former captain

R Kaushik picks India's tour of Pakistan as most memorable in 100-Test journey

Player-media relationship has inevitably changed, but most cricketers understand you can't blindly overlook issues, says Wisden India executive editor

“Something unique” – 20 years on, Jayasuriya revisits the Premadasa epic

Sri Lankan hero, who scored 340 in that Test against India, feels trust in his partner Roshan Mahanama was key to the two putting on 576 runs together

We have a clear succession plan for every slot: MSK Prasad

The chief selector opens up on the future of Dhoni and Yuvraj, taking inputs from Rahul Dravid about ‘A’ and Under-19 players, and more

Representing India for 50 Tests will be a proud moment: Pujara

With landmark match approaching, batsman reflects on the highs, lows and significant moments of his career so far

If you've been shown the door in the past, it dictates your mindset in a game: Ashwin

Forget numerical legacy, I want to prove to the common man that bowlers are the real heroes, says India offspinner

Coaching a women's team is humbling, no egos involved: Robinson

England coach says his job is to instill confidence but also ensure a player's identity isn't wrapped up in a win or a loss

Can’t be in a state of transition forever, says Jayasuriya

Former captain explains rationale behind choosing a successor for Angelo Mathews, offers views on where Sri Lanka cricket stands today

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