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'If as a bowler you are 3-0-45-0, you are still not out of the game'

May 11, 2018: Ashish Nehra, Royal Challengers Bangalore's bowling consultant, talks about dealing with defeat, advising Virat Kohli, and deciding who will bowl at the death

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

The man Cronje fingered

Apr 9, 2018: Pieter Strydom played ten ODIs and two Tests for South Africa, and it is forever his cross to bear that his name will be associated with the fixing scandal that broke in April 2000

Sidharth Monga

'You can't be taught to inspire people. You have to be born a captain'

Apr 2, 2018: Former South Africa captain Ali Bacher talks about his series in charge against arch-rivals Australia, and the art of leadership

Interview by Crispin Andrews

'The U-19s who learn to do things on their own are the ones who end up succeeding in first-class cricket'

Feb 6, 2018: Rahul Dravid, coach of the World Cup-winning India Under-19 side talks about what it takes to take the step up to the big leagues

Interview by Shashank Kishore

'If you never give up, you will never fail'

Dec 20, 2017: Samuel Badree talks perseverance, giving back to the community, and the art of legspin in T20

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'I watched a Waqar Younis video before the Champions Trophy final'

Dec 6, 2017: Hasan Ali, this year's leading wicket-taker in ODIs, talks favourite spells, role models, and celebrations

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'I was so mentally drained by the end of the India tour I had nothing left'

Nov 2, 2017: Steven Smith talks about how he became Australia captain, the challenges he faced on the India tour, and bringing back the ruthless tone of the 2013-14 Ashes

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'I asked for help and didn't get it'

Oct 24, 2017: Irfan Pathan looks back at the years when he was India's all-round sensation, and where things went wrong

Gaurav Kalra

'T20 is probably the most 'team' format of cricket'

Aug 22, 2017: Kane Williamson, one of the leading Test batsmen of his age, talks about adapting to the 20-over game while playing for Barbados Tridents

Interview by Tim Wigmore

'I believe we've been able to bring about a revolution'

Aug 12, 2017: Jhulan Goswami talks about the expectations from the team after the World Cup, her best spells, and the time she felt like quitting the game

Interview by Annesha Ghosh

'I wouldn't say I protect the coach. I support him'

Jul 29, 2017: Sri Lanka's cricket manager Asanka Gurusinha talks about his role, the team's captaincy and bowling attack, and their drawn-out transition

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Talking technique with Younis Khan

Jul 25, 2017: YK goes into the nitty-gritty of his batting grip, playing the sweep, finding gaps, and more

Interview by Kalim Khan

'There is still a lot of life in Chris Gayle'

Jul 16, 2017: Is the Universe Boss ready to hang up his boots? Not quite - poor year or not

Gaurav Kalra

'Cricket is one of those sports you can never completely master'

Jul 12, 2017: Amy Satterthwaite talks about what she's learnt in the game, her love of animals, and what it feels like to approach the 100-ODI mark

Interview by Annesha Ghosh

'I enjoy bowling a lot more than maths'

Jul 6, 2017: The baby of the New Zealand team, Amelia Kerr, talks about coming up in the game alongside illustrious team-mates

Interview by Annesha Ghosh

'We enjoy each other's company, which helps us in difficult times'

Jul 2, 2017: Pakistan women's top batsmen Bismah Maroof, Nain Abidi and Javeria Khan talk friendship, records, and social media addictions

Interview by Annesha Ghosh

Women's World Cup 2017

The no-nonsense matriarch of England women's evolution

Jun 23, 2017: Now in her eighties, Norma Izard is a living testimony to the pioneering breed of women's cricketer who helped elevate the sport to today's professional levels

Raf Nicholson

'When you play for the Dutch, you bleed orange'

Jun 21, 2017: Fresh off his coaching and playing stint with Hong Kong, Ryan Campbell is now hoping to help Netherlands get their ODI status back

Peter Della Penna

'I want to play like a brave man, like a lion'

Jun 20, 2017: Fast bowler Hasan Ali on leading the Pakistan attack in the Champions Trophy, and the influence his older brother has had on the way he bowls

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'More and more girls are hitting the ball hard from ball one'

Jun 20, 2017: Bigger shots, bigger scores, faster innings, faster bodies, more diving, more catching - today's women's cricketers tell us how the game has evolved

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