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'If I could change my game, I'd take away the hook'

Nov 25, 2016: Former West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan talks about chasing 418, learning from Lara, and getting bogged down in the last few years of his career

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'In my job as a referee, I watch the match as a player'

Nov 7, 2016: Ranjan Madugalle looks back on his playing days in Sri Lanka, and his years as an ICC official

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'I haven't been as open as I could have been'

Nov 3, 2016: Michael Clarke opens up about keeping it all in, living in the public eye, and making tough calls that lost him friends

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'T20s come naturally to us'

Oct 29, 2016: Kieron Pollard talks about his franchise career, data in the game, and the prospect of the death of West Indies cricket

Interview by Tim Wigmore

'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

'If there were no rules on ball-tampering, Test cricket would be more interesting'

Sep 23, 2016: Jimmy Neesham talks Twitter, rating himself as an allrounder, and the most annoying thing about Brendon McCullum

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I am not going to tolerate players turning up unfit'

Sep 14, 2016: In part two of the interview, Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur talks about the attacking brand of cricket he wants his team to embrace

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'IPL 2016 made me realise I could play all formats'

Sep 13, 2016: India opener KL Rahul on his coming of age as a batsman, the methods that have brought him success, and learning from Virat Kohli

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I've been the toughest I've ever been in my coaching career with Pakistan'

Sep 13, 2016: In part one of a two-part interview, Mickey Arthur talks about the success stories in the Test series in England, and dealing with unfit players

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'It will take some time for the players to put an arm on my shoulder'

Sep 10, 2016: Anil Kumble talks about his first series as India's coach, and not letting his stature affect the way players approach him

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I don't think the selectors handled my exit properly'

Aug 27, 2016: Shivnarine Chanderpaul, now preparing for a second career in coaching, on not getting the farewell he thought he deserved

Peter Della Penna

Intikhab Alam, 57 not out

Aug 26, 2016: For close to six decades, in various roles, he has been around for some of Pakistan cricket's most iconic moments

Tim Wigmore

'At times I probably went too hard for change'

Aug 24, 2016: Pat Howard, Australia's team performance manager, talks about the challenges of shaking things up over five years of mixed results for the national side

Daniel Brettig

'Being with the Indian team was like travelling with the Beatles'

Aug 16, 2016: Greg Chappell talks about captaining Australia, the WSC years, his finest innings, and coaching India

Interview by Crispin Andrews

The long, hot summer of Viv Richards

Aug 13, 2016: Forty years ago today, the master put the finishing touches on his most dominating performance in an uncharacteristically sultry English season filled with them

Karthik Krishnaswamy

'I was in the right place at the right time when South Africa were looking for a spinner'

Aug 4, 2016: Former offspinner John Traicos remembers playing with the South African invincibles, and beating Australia and England in World Cups with Zimbabwe

Interview by Martin Claytor

'I think Zimbabwe will end up like Kenya'

Jul 28, 2016: Dav Whatmore talks about how things went downhill fast during his curtailed stint as Zimbabwe's coach

Tristan Holme

'I play every match like it's my last'

Jul 22, 2016: Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah relives his success at Lord's and talks about what it's like to be acclaimed as the world's best spinner

Interview by Kamran Abbasi

'Have we got more potential? Absolutely'

Jul 19, 2016: David White, New Zealand Cricket's chief executive, is optimistic about the future. He talks about the two-division Test cricket, diversity, and why being a small country is an advantage

Interview by Tim Wigmore

Bavuma's giant leap

Jul 4, 2016: The South African batsman talks us through his landmark hundred at Newlands against England, an inspiration to an emerging generation of South African players

Luke Alfred
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The former England offspinner relives the Mumbai Test of 2006, which turned out to be his last - and most memorable

    The Mumbai hand behind Hameed's rise

Vidyadhar Paradkar knew Haseeb Hameed would go far since their first meeting - and he has played no small part in that

    Pakistan's Hamilton crash, and ageing Misbah's runs

Ask Steven also reveals the highest Test total that could not forestall defeat

    'I didn't see a pathway for me in the game'

Preston Mommsen talks about his decision to quit Scotland cricket at 29

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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Kohli praise caps Hameed's 'awesome' rise

Haseeb Hameed's tour has been ended prematurely by injury but he has already made a lasting impression on team-mates and opponents

'People are going to be scared of bowling to Pant in the future'

The current Ranji season is proving to be a breakout one for Delhi's Rishabh Pant, who is aiming to make it big for his mentor, Tarak Sinha

India stay alive in the dying moments

The hosts' little victories in the last half-hour have proven to be a big deal in the Test series against England

Batman Kohli has all the gadgets

India have had a good two years in Test cricket. A lot of that comes down to having a squad that offers options, and a captain who knows how to maximise his players' threat

England suffer friction burns as contest gets heated

England and India have a long history of animosity, and this series is proving as feisty as many that have preceded it

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