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'No future for Canada until the system improves'

Aug 14, 2015: Canada captain Rizwan Cheema talks about how the lack of professionalism from the board and the players is hurting the game in the country

Faraz Sarwat

'We experienced what Barack Obama might go through'

Aug 1, 2015: Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore on the surreal and moving experience of being the first Full Member team to tour Pakistan in six years

Liam Brickhill

'Hope I get my way: four Full Members having to qualify for the World Cup'

Jul 27, 2015: ICC Ex-Co head Wally Edwards on his preferred structure for the first stage of the showpiece tournament, his idea to rebrand ODIs as World Cup Cricket, and more

Daniel Brettig

'If someone gets a 15-degree advantage, why should I lag behind?'

Jul 17, 2015: R Ashwin talks about the scrutiny of offspinners' actions, playing with Harbhajan Singh, his ambitions as a batsman, and more

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I feel a bit cheated that I haven't been able to play a Test'

Jul 8, 2015: New Zealand women's captain Suzie Bates on the state of the game in her country, the new T20 leagues, the ICC Championship, and more

Interview by Vishal Dikshit

'I would like to see England attack a bit more'

Jul 7, 2015: Mike Brearley looks ahead to the Ashes: Cook's captaincy, dealing with difficult players, and more

Jon Culley

'Playing international cricket again, that's what I crave'

Jul 4, 2015: Roelof van der Merwe on his South Africa career, what made him turn his allegiance to Netherlands, and the need to find a balance between Associates and Full Members at global events

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson

New Mishra swaps pressure for enjoyment

Jul 1, 2015: In his latest avatar, the Indian legspinner not only understands his craft better but also refuses to get bogged down by rejection

Sidharth Monga

'I will walk away myself, but I still have some goals in my mind'

Jun 24, 2015: On the eve of his 100th Test, Pakistan's Younis Khan talks about achieving his dreams, beating controversy, and his retirement plan

Interview by Umar Farooq

'I enjoy having my character tested under pressure'

Jun 24, 2015: Chris Morris, back in the frame for South Africa, talks about rediscovering his love for the game, moving domestic franchises, and life in the IPL

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson

'I wanted to play a certain way and I can't do that now'

Jun 22, 2015: Craig Kieswetter talks about falling out of love with cricket a little bit and eventually having to give it up

George Dobell

'My father made me a Test cricketer'

Jun 21, 2015: The India batsman on the advantages of having his father coach him in cricket, and life

Interview by Haresh Pandya

Ashish Nehra and the recall that never came

Jun 19, 2015: The India fast bowler fell off the radar when he was at his peak due to injury and has not added to his international caps since. He's not sure why, but has learned to deal with it

Gaurav Kalra

'T20 has improved the spinner's ability to anticipate what batsmen will do'

Jun 18, 2015: The former New Zealand left-armer on how the art of slow bowling has evolved in the age of 20-over cricket

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Nothing can break me'

Jun 10, 2015: Imran Tahir talks about overcoming adversity, finding love, and the worst bowling performance in Test history

Arya Yuyutsu

'Going to Perth in '93, we just knew we were going to win'

Jun 4, 2015: Jimmy Adams reflects on West Indies v Australia in the 1990s. Featuring star turns from Lara, Pidge, Ambi, Tugga… and Michael Bevan

Interview by Scott Oliver

'Umpires are not soft targets, they're participants in the game'

May 29, 2015: Simon Taufel says the Indian umpires he works with have been making a lot of progress, but they are yet to earn the respect they deserve from players and the public

Nagraj Gollapudi and Gaurav Kalra

'I like getting in people's faces'

May 24, 2015: Mitchell McClenaghan talks about how being aggressive makes him stand out, why being a team man is important, and his World Cup and IPL journeys

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Having female commentators is a boost for the women's game'

May 22, 2015: Lisa Sthalekar and Anjum Chopra talk about breaking into the boys club of the commentary box during the IPL

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'West Indies could be up there in five years'

May 22, 2015: Jason Holder on his captaincy, the CPL, and why he backs the proposed changes to the ODI rules

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson
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After a ten-month free-fall, Cheteshwar Pujara will turn out for India once again at the traditional batting paradise that is the SSC. Can he make it count?

Ojha's time to 'relax' before Test debut

After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait

Gilly's no-balls, and Rahane's catches

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The emotional final lap of a 15-year journey

Kumar Sangakkara left the ground after almost everyone he knew very closely had. Then it rained a little. Sangakkara had played his last match for Sri Lanka; even the elements allowed themselves a bit of emotion

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