New Zealand spinner Bruce Martin on his reaction when the national selectors called him up ahead of the South Africa tour
MS Dhoni feels the new two-bouncer-an-over rule in ODIs is a cruel joke on India, almost all of whose quicks are either injured or out of form
R Ashwin is philosophical about being left out of the first Twenty20 against Pakistan
My Mum has got a pretty big mouth when it comes to that sort of stuff so I'm not sure who she would have told
Jackson Bird found out about his impending Test debut on Sunday but didn't tell his parents until after the official announcement on Monday
Michael Hussey gets philosophical about the dropped catch that brought up his Test hundred against Sri Lanka in Hobart
The viewers have got no interest in what I've got to say because they switched off four or five hours ago.
Kevin Pietersen reacts to the slow and low Nagpur pitch, which yielded 199 for 5 in 97 overs on the first day
Sunil Gavaskar explains why there were no team huddles in his playing days
Trevor Penney, India's fielding coach, defends Zaheer Khan's fielding
It's all relative for Muttiah Muralitharan, who says Brian Lara was the batsman who troubled him most
The frequently injured Mashrafe Mortaza after being hit on the ankle by a ferocious Chris Gayle shot
AB de Villiers on South Africa's target of winning Ricky Ponting's last Test
Bishan Bedi, who played 67 Tests, disqualifies himself from the Tendulkar debate
After 17 years of playing for Australia, Ricky Ponting gestures towards his family as he announces his international retirement
MS Dhoni defends his decision not to recall Jonny Bairstow after he was given out due to an umpiring error
David Lloyd gets mischievous as Kevin Pietersen celebrates England's victory in Mumbai
Morne Morkel on bowling to Michael Clarke, who scored his fourth double-century of the year
Bangladesh debutant Abul Hasan indicates he is much more comfortable facing fast bowlers than journalists
When Geoff Boycott says that about you, you must have really kept it along the ground. Bradman hit six sixes in 52 Tests; Boycott took 108 to hit eight
Virender Sehwag did not think the Ahmedabad Test was over just yet, following India's solid showing with the bat on day one
Mark Taylor is not a Twitter person, as his query to Brett Lee on Glenn McGrath's tweet, while on TV commentary, reveals
You still want to kill each other on the field, and have a beer and a chat about hair off the field.
Jacques Kallis says mingling at Twenty20 franchise tournaments has not changed the equation between South African and Australian cricketers
Lou Vincent makes the transition from Twenty20s to first-class cricket
Central Districts' Jamie How, after Jesse Ryder's 117 not out and 174 took Wellington to a five-wicket win in his first match back
Sachin Tendulkar reveals what he ate for breakfast before his brief but brutal attack against Glenn McGrath in the Champions Trophy 2000
Former India batsman WV Raman sums up the impact of the presence of Test stars in the Ranji season opener
Where else in the world do you get the opportunity to basically kill someone with two bouncers an over? Or try, legally.
Dale Steyn says cricket brings out the aggressor in him
Hopefully I've done the country a favour and bowled Punter into a bit of form. I was thinking about that when I was getting driven for four.
James Pattinson after Ricky Ponting made 162 not out and 60 not out against Victoria in the Sheffield Shield
Graeme Swann threatens Alastair Cook, his new Test captain, in jest
The allrounder in Sydney Sixers left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe was on show in the Champions League T20 semi-final against Titans
Now I find myself coming in after Rahul, a job so huge that India has traditionally left it to Sachin Tendulkar. By that marker, I can really only disappoint.
Gideon Haigh on following Rahul Dravid in delivering the Bradman Oration
Lou Vincent compares himself to teen pop sensation Justin Bieber, who is also Auckland's 'motivational figurehead'
You used to stop for sandwiches in cricket but in this you stop to spit a load of blood out of your mouth into a bucket.
Andrew Flintoff compares cricket and boxing
Stuart Broad relished the opportunity to literally hit back at some of his critics
Cricket is serious business for Marlon Samuels
South African crowds are being a little less hostile to Kevin Pietersen during the Champions League T20
Mahela Jawaywardene is clear about why Chris Gayle isn't playing in the Champions League T20
Shoaib Akhtar reveals the nature of his relationship with the Pakistan cricket administration
West Indies will party hard after their World Twenty20 triumph, and Darren Sammy knows it
I've had a few phone calls from people leaving messages and you can tell it's not for me, it's for the proper Jimmy Adams.
Hampshire's Jimmy Adams on being associated with West Indian Jimmy Adams.
Chris Gayle conveys his commiserations to the hosts in advance, after taking his team to the World T20 final