Yuvraj Singh on his intentions soon after MS Dhoni steered India to victory in the World Cup
Gautam Gambhir credits Gary Kirsten for the confidence with which he batted in the World Cup final
Tendulkar has carried the burden of the nation for 21 years. It is time we carried him on our shoulders.
Virat Kohli leads the Tendulkar tributes after India's World Cup triumph
The only person who can control Sreesanth is Sreesanth. It is beyond my control and I don't think too much about.
MS Dhoni thinks it best to leave Sreesanth to his own devices and hope for the best
MS Dhoni metaphorically implies that the success of India's World Cup campaign hinges on the result of the final
The monkey's almost become a gorilla now and until we win an ICC event it's always going to be there I'm afraid.
Mickey Arthur admits the pressure is piling up on South Africa to break their World Cup jinx
I guess making runs in this last game and getting that good feeling back about my batting might be the kick-start for a bit of a Tendulkar-type rebirth if you like.
Ricky Ponting looks to revive his batting the way Sachin Tendulkar did after a poor run of form in the mid-2000s
Jacob Oram has a dig at his team-mate while explaining how his spectacular catch of Jacques Kallis at deep midwicket came about
Yuvraj Singh on five minutes of brainless running which ended in Gautam Gambhir's run-out in the World Cup quarter-final against Australia
Ricky Ponting says the current Australian side are not the sledgers of old
Paul Collingwood's daughters made it pretty clear how they would have liked the England-West Indies clash to pan out
Ian Bishop has a word of appreciation for co-commentator Tony Cozier's skills at flogging cricket merchandise during a telecast
Shahid Afridi can smile about his daft slog after his team-mates completed the victory against Australia in the World Cup
Wasim Akram after Shahid Afridi was dismissed playing a daft slog in the World Cup game against Australia
I would be so attracted to his persona that I wouldn't know where to bowl...His body-language was just too cool!
Shoaib Akhtar explains why bowling to Brian Lara scared him
Following England in this World Cup is a bit like following Newcastle United - you never know what you're going to get. One minute we're beating South Africa, the next we're losing to Ireland and Bangladesh.
Graeme Swann sums up England's campaign
Graeme Swann on what it was like bowling with a dew-soaked ball against Bangladesh in Chittagong
MS Dhoni holds nothing back in his criticism of India's collapse in the batting Powerplay against South Africa in Nagpur
M S Dhoni's reply to whether India needs a fielding coach
I have read the e-mail out to GB over the phone and he says to tell you 'Thank You' and well done to you too. He has always known he was brilliant!
Rachael Boycott, Geoff Boycott's wife, in an email to BCC Test Match Special producer Adam Mountford, after the latter had let her know TMS had been named Radio Programme of the Year
Sanjay Manjrekar quips after Ian Chappell exclaims in the commentary booth that the programming director got the flags of Australia and New Zealand mixed up
I'm excited about what may be, I will prepare myself to carry bags well and make good drinks, that's about all I can do
Dirk Nannes is going to make the most of travelling to India as a standby player in Australia's squad
Yuvraj Singh reveals he is human, and doesn't understand the DRS
I saw only two murders in the theatre, but ended up watching many more during the Ireland-England game
Munaf Patel was watching Bollywood movie Saat Khoon Maaf (Forgive seven murders), but left midway to see Kevin O'Brien ambush England
Netherlands captain Peter Borren doesn't expect a Kevin O'Brien-style onslaught from his team
Niall O'Brien doesn't think it would be a bad idea for Indian billboards to feature him and his sibling Kevin
Ed Joyce, when asked if he was involved in any banter with his fellow Irishmen when playing for England
Shane Warne's feeling lucky after correctly predicting soon after the start of the India-England match that it would end in a tie
Geoffrey Boycott doesn't think highly of Kamran Akmal's wicketkeeping efforts during Saturday's World Cup match against Sri Lanka
Andrew Strauss focuses on the job at hand after being asked the obligatory question about Sachin Tendulkar at England's pre-match press conference
I want to speak to the general or the brigadier, whoever's in charge, 'cause I'm taking my bloody sandwiches in.
Geoff Boycott on being asked to leave his lunch behind by the security at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi
In 18 years' time when he is giving me grief for not being there for the first six weeks I'll be able to say, 'But I had to go and beat Holland.'
Graeme Swann reflects on his swift return to the England squad following the birth of his son Wilfred
Ireland's Niall O'Brien thinks team-mate Andrew White's rugby stinks
I've gotten them all already. I don't see a problem getting them again. All the top guns you can think of, I've got them out.
Chris Gayle doesn't see much problem adding to his ODI wicket tally at the World Cup
India captain MS Dhoni is momentarily stumped while naming his team after the toss in the opening World Cup game against Bangladesh (the missing player was Ashish Nehra)
No excuse for the main teams not qualifying for the knockouts given the World Cup's format, says Allan Border
Harsha Bhogle is less than impressed by Virender Sehwag and Virat Kohli's running between the wickets
Stuart Broad is positive about his chances of recovering for the World Cup
The first thing Wasim Akram asked Kamran Akmal when the latter paid him a visit