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Showing news for 2nd Test: South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Mar 8-12, 2002
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2003: At Cape Town, March 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Mar 13, 2002: Ricky Ponting's dramatic century in Cape Town had the leadership hallmarks of a future Test skipper but he's reluctant to see it that way.
Mar 13, 2002: Shane Warne has pleaded for some recovery time on the beach in Durban after transforming his 100th Test into the most memorable match of his career.
Mar 12, 2002: All things considered, Australia could hardly have picked a better way to finish the match, clinch the series and retain the World Test Championship title
Mar 12, 2002: The slimmer Shane Warne has shown he could yet beat Muttiah Muralitharan to Test cricket's most treasured bowling record with his marathon performance in his 100th Test.
Mar 11, 2002: Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden battered open the door to a series-clinching Australian victory in the second Castle Lager/MTN Test against South Africa at Newlands, crunching a 102-run opening stand to leave the tourists requiring exactly 200 to
Mar 10, 2002: Three days into a pivotal second Test match and South Africa appear to have rediscovered the fighting spirit so sadly absent from their cricket for much of this summer
Mar 10, 2002: Adam Gilchrist wants to remain Australia's No.7 batsman even though he has moved into territory surpassed only by Don Bradman.
Mar 9, 2002: With South Africa as competitive as at any stage this summer, the second day of the second Test match at Newlands contained just about everything: aggressive Australian batting, a collapse and a 100th wicket for South Africa's Paul Adams
Mar 8, 2002: During the past four years Andrew Hall has been shot in the hand at point-blank range by a mugger and, just two months ago, been driven around in his own car with a gun pointed at his head by two hijackers
Ray Jennings, the former South Africa coach and the current coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore, believes his ward, Virat Kohli, faces a difficult test in South Africa
ESPNcricinfo looks at five reasons for Australia's dominance in winning back the Ashes
It is impossible to say how this series would have panned out had Mickey Arthur still been in charge, but Darren Lehmann's approach has paid off handsomely
The new breed of Indian batsmen need to carry the flame that Sunny, Sachin and Rahul kept burning for so long
ESPNcricinfo looks at five reasons for England's failure to compete in Australia
James Anderson has been one of the most skilful bowlers of the modern age, but when George Bailey thrashed 28 off one over it was a reminder that Australia has not always been kind to him