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JULY 01, 2014

Ponting's pull

The former Australia captain's recent dissection of his meat-and-potatoes shot made for fascinating viewing
Ponting's pull was born of the desire to dominate the bowler © Getty Images
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MARCH 04, 2014

Can Flower bring art to the science of coaching?

Great coaches understand the fluidity of technique, the role of imagination, the constant forward momentum of the game
OCTOBER 15, 2013

The man who was concrete

No one who saw Chris Tavaré bat - or set at the crease, rather - will forget it in a hurry, even if the detail is blurred by its endless repetition
AUGUST 21, 2013

Losing Phil Hughes

He was a magical player when he made his Test debut, but the establishment's orthodoxy, confusion and fear have reduced him to a shadow of his old self
APRIL 08, 2013

Gayle forces the pace of change

Clad in his space-garb, his gold pads and his gridiron helmet, shoulders rippling under his muscle shirt, Chris Gayle is an implacable object, driving cricket forwards, challenging the world to produce another batsman that plays like him
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