Nagraj Gollapudi

Nagraj Gollapudi is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo

Chris Gayle hit himself out of trouble

West Indies news

Gayle admits possibility of Test retirement

West Indies opener Chris Gayle has raised the possibility of retiring from Test cricket if his fragile back cannot cope with the increasing workload in a crammed cricket calendar

IPL 2015 news

KC Cariappa: KKR's new unknown spinner

From a maiden stint in the Karnataka Premier League to being purchased for an astonishing amount in the IPL 2015 auction, KC Cariappa has had a few interesting months

S Badrinath drives during his century

Ranji Trophy 2014-15

Mhambrey's miracle men

An injection of self-belief, led by coach Paras Mhambrey and three hungry professionals, has launched Vidarbha into the the Ranji Trophy knockouts for only the second time in their history

Yuvraj Singh loses his balance but still hits this slog-sweep out of the middle

IPL 2015 auction

Daredevils likely to top auction spending

Having let go of half their team, Delhi Daredevils have Rs. 40 crore to spend, and are likely to make the biggest splash at the player auction

Kevin O'Brien is a new Irish hero after his stunning century overcame England

Kev and John's excellent adventure

At 111 for 5, Ireland looked to be at the receiving end of a mismatch, but they turned things around with a win their nation will never forget

AB de Villiers unfurled a range of outrageous strokes

ICC news

Balance favours batsmen - Richardson

David Richardson, the ICC chief executive, has conceded that modern bats have "shifted the balance" in favour of batsmen, especially in limited-overs cricket

Mushtaq Mohammad bats

Match That Changed My Life

For county or country?

Mushtaq Mohammad faced a tough choice in 1963, which resulted in the best decision he ever made