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Matthew Hayden

'Twenty20 gives you your life'

May 10, 2009: Refreshed by his time out of top-flight cricket, Chennai's Aussie powerhouse has been able to fret less and enjoy his batting, secure in the knowledge that he has nothing to lose

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

MCC at heart of Afghanistan's future

Apr 29, 2009: A former officer in the Royal Green Jackets, Matthew Fleming - who played 11 ODIs for England - will open a cricket camp in Afghanistan, the newest of the ICC's one-day international countries

Will Luke

Raees Ahmadzai

Cloth for balls, shoes for stumps

Apr 6, 2009: Against the greatest odds, Afghanistan's team of refugees are rapidly rising to the top of the Affiliates pile. One man epitomises the story

Will Luke

Dion Nash

Ten-year ache

Mar 25, 2009: Shane Bond wasn't the first exciting New Zealand fast bowler who struggled with injuries through a truncated career

Sidharth Monga

Charlotte Edwards

'The best is yet to come'

Mar 21, 2009: England's women are on the verge of the biggest moment of their careers

Will Luke

Steve Bucknor

128 and done

Mar 18, 2009: The world's most experienced Test umpire hangs up his boots after the Newlands Test

Brydon Coverdale

Clare Connor

'Going professional isn't the first priority'

Mar 15, 2009: The former England captain has been a tireless campaigner for women's cricket, but she doesn't think paying the players is the next step just yet

Jenny Roesler

Belinda Clark

Old guardian still close to new talent

Mar 7, 2009: Australia's former World Cup-winning captain will keep an eye on the next generation during the tournament

Peter English

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint

'Women's cricket needs more PR'

Mar 5, 2009: England's captain at the first women's World Cup looks back at the event and the one ahead

Interview by Nishi Narayanan

Claire Taylor and Isa Guha

Go-to girls get in gear

Mar 3, 2009: England have the top-ranked batsman and bowler in their ranks, and they are set to make a mark on the World Cup

Nishi Narayanan

Sanath Jayasuriya

'I'm not interested in the captaincy'

Feb 28, 2009: Nearly 40 and still going strong, Sri Lanka's veteran opener is looking to contribute to the side, but he's not eyeing a leadership role again

Dale Steyn

The Crocodile Hunter

Feb 16, 2009: In between bouts with Australia, South Africa's pace spearhead has been wrestling wild animals and learning to talk a good game

Interview by Alex Brown

Ozias Bvute

'I don't wield power over the fortunes of men'

Feb 9, 2009: Zimbabwe Cricket's CEO talks about why, contrary to popular belief, he isn't the man who pulls the strings in the country's cricket administration

Interview by Martin Williamson

Virender Sehwag

'I back myself to get big scores'

Feb 5, 2009: Sehwag dissects his Cricinfo Award-winning 201 against Sri Lanka

Interview by Sanjay Manjrekar

Giles Clarke

On the campaign trail

Jan 13, 2009: Twenty minutes with the chairman of the board

John Stern

'I've tried to do the best for my country'

Jan 2, 2009: Mahela Jayawardene plays his 100th Test on Saturday. He talks about his journey that has seen him become much more than just a seasoned Test cricketer

Interview by Sidharth Monga

Darren Tucker

'We need to take the game to schools'

Dec 10, 2008: The Hong Kong Cricket Association president talks about the health of the game in the territory

Jason Dasey

Matthew Hayden

'Winning is in the fabric of our culture'

Nov 27, 2008: Australia's long-serving opener reflects on the qualities that has made his team the force it is

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Sean Morris

Talking player power

Nov 26, 2008: Professional cricketers have never enjoyed the bargaining clout they do now. And thanks to the Twenty20 revolution there's plenty to add

Rob Steen

Brett Lee

The song remains the same

Nov 18, 2008: Australia's spearhead is sending them down as quick as he ever did; only now he's learned to do it without going full throttle

Peter English
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Peter Willey on suiting up against '80s West Indies, and umpiring in England

All hail the Phantom

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How India weeds out its suspect actions

The BCCI set up a three-man committee to tackle the problem of chucking at age-group and domestic cricket, and it has produced significant results in five years

A rock, a hard place and the WICB

The board's latest standoff with its players has had embarrassing consequences internationally, so any resolution now needs to be approached thoughtfully

Twin Asian challenges await Australia

What Australia have not done since returning a fractured unit from India is head back to Asia to play an Asian team. Two of their major weaknesses - handling spin and reverse swing - will be tested in the UAE by Pakistan

Kohli back to old habits

Stats highlights from the fourth ODI between India and West Indies in Dharamsala

West Indies go AWOL

West Indies may have formally played the fourth ODI in Dharamsala but their fielding suggested their minds were already on the flight back home

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