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'I thought of myself as someone who was going to take the fight to the bowler'

Oct 26, 2016: Gordon Greenidge talks about batting, opening the batting, playing in the West Indies, and limping between the wickets

Interview by Crispin Andrews

Big-time brutality

Dec 10, 2009: Virender Sehwag made one of the fastest double-hundreds of all time last week. We look at some of Test cricket's other most savage and decisive innings

Sriram Veera

West side story

Jan 15, 2008: At the WACA, they say, batsmen can leave alone balls pitched at a good length. Some tellable pitchside tales from Wild West Perth

Dileep Premachandran

The fastest Test hundreds

Crash, bang, wallop

Dec 16, 2006: After Adam Gilchrist's onslaught at Perth, Martin Williamson looks at some of Test cricket's other brutal assaults

Martin Williamson

Cricinfo XI

Comedy of errors

Aug 8, 2006: Andrew Miller on some of the more comical dismissals in cricket's history

Andrew Miller

Roy Fredericks

A good little'un

Jan 31, 2006: Gideon Haigh on Roy Fredericks, West Indies' bantamweight opener

Gideon Haigh

Obituary, 2001

Roy Fredericks

2001: FREDERICKS, ROY CLIFTON, who died of cancer on September 5, 2000, aged 57, was one of the handful of batsmen who distinguished themselves by counter-attacking the great pace bowlers of the 1970s

Fredericks the fearless champ

Sep 10, 2000: West Indies and world cricket lost another of its great servants when former Guyana and West Indies opening batsman and selector Roy Fredericks died on Tuesday after a long illness

Fredericks did very well against India

Sep 7, 2000: Roy Fredericks, the left handed West Indian opening batsman of the sixties and seventies, who passed away in New York on September 5, was a well known name in Indian cricket circles

Partab Ramchand

Roy Clifton Fredericks: A very hard, uncompromising cricketer: A tribute

Sep 6, 2000: The death of Roy Clifton Fredericks, "Freddo" to those who knew him well, was something of a shock to me

Colin Croft

Former West Indies batsman Roy Fredericks dies aged 57

Sep 6, 2000: Roy Fredericks Photo © Glamorgan CCC The former Guyana and West Indies cricketer Roy Fredericks has died after a long illness

Stephen Lamb


Roy Fredericks

1974: Roy Clifton Fredericks, born in Georgetown, Guyana on November 11, 1942, might well have seen out his days as a backroom clerk in some government service office, but cricket has made him a man who, throughout the Caribbean and in many other parts of

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