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'People say I'm a big-occasion player and I believe that'

Oct 11, 2011: Roelof van der Merwe is typecast as a limited-overs specialist, but while he harbours five-day dreams, he's happy to play the role of the aggro allrounder with game-changing abilities

Nitin Sundar

David Williams

'One day you're a hero, another a villain'

Oct 6, 2011: The former West Indies keeper is coaching T&T in the Champions League. He talks about his keeping days, T&T's talent, and more

Interview by Nitin Sundar

Trent Copeland

'You've got to pitch it up, no matter where you are'

Oct 3, 2011: Trent Copeland made an impression in Sri Lanka, attacking even with medium pace, and reaping the rewards. He talks about the importance of getting it up there

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'I never imagined I'd get so much out of cricket'

Sep 25, 2011: Cricketing journeyman Ryan ten Doeschate talks about his experiences in different countries, playing for various teams

Interview by Abhishek Purohit

Simon Taufel

'The key to umpiring is people skills'

Sep 9, 2011: The world's top-rated umpire talks about the challenges of officiating at the highest level

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Alan Butcher

'We'll be a tougher prospect in the next World Cup'

Sep 8, 2011: Zimbabwe's coach is happy enough with his side's progress to already be considering an extension to his contract. He talks about instilling belief in a "talented but easy to beat" team and watching them grow in confidence

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Australia need to live and die by the sword'

Aug 30, 2011: Darren Lehmann, one of the lynchpins of Australia's batting on their extraordinary 2004 tour to Sri Lanka, looks back at that series

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Nawroz Mangal

'Even those who don't understand cricket pray for our success'

Aug 26, 2011: Afghanistan's captain is happy to be back in charge and leading the team to one- and four-day wins in Canada

Faraz Sarwat

Ricky Ponting

'Thinking about the team probably dragged my batting down a bit'

Aug 25, 2011: Ricky Ponting talks about life after the Australia captaincy, and looks ahead to the Tests in Sri Lanka, and at India's slide

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Trevor Hohns

'We've got to stop using the rebuilding as an excuse'

Aug 12, 2011: Former selector Trevor Hohns is back in the frame. He talks about the challenge of bringing Australia's once-formidable depth back up to speed

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Ray Price

'I tried to be Mitchell Johnson'

Aug 11, 2011: The Zimbabwe left-armer talks about starting out as a fast bowler, and keeping the attitude when he moved over to spin

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Sundar Raman

'We're not looking to add any more teams in the IPL'

Aug 6, 2011: IPL chief executive Sundar Raman speaks about the future of the league, the hit it took this year, giving the franchises more power, and more

Interview by Tariq Engineer

Graeme Swann

'I'll never take playing for England for granted'

Aug 3, 2011: The missed opportunities early in his career have made the England offspinner determined to make the most of the rest of it

Interview by George Dobell

Trevor Bayliss

'Clarke will use his spinners well in Sri Lanka'

Aug 2, 2011: Their former coach says that even though Sri Lanka are nearly invincible on home turf, Australia, led by their new captain, can be expected to put up a good fight on this tour

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Virat Kohli

'I'm really glad I was left out of the side'

Jul 16, 2011: One of India's brightest young talents looks back on what he regards as the key formative experience of his career, how he got his act together, and the West Indies tour

Interview by Sriram Veera

Wasim Akram

'I'm fed up with the attitude of the senior players'

Jul 14, 2011: Why does Pakistan cricket go off the rails as often as it does? Wasim Akram thinks it's not just the administration that's at fault

Faraz Sarwat

Darren Sammy

'Captaincy is overrated'

Jul 12, 2011: Darren Sammy was appointed West Indies captain until the end of the current season. He looks back at his stint thus far, the criticism that has come with it, and the way forward

Interview by Sriram Veera

Eric Simons

'Sometimes the right tactic is doing what the batsman doesn't want'

Jul 10, 2011: India's bowling consultant is happy that his charges are one tight unit, working together, and he expects them to do well in England no matter what combination gets picked

Interview by Sriram Veera

Ishant Sharma

'I was trying to copy Zaheer's action'

Jul 7, 2011: Having lost his way after a sparkling start, Ishant Sharma has returned stronger, wiser and more effective. He credits his senior partner, among others, for his comeback

Interview by Sriram Veera

'We need to recover quicker than West Indies'

Jul 4, 2011: Steve Rixon, Australia's new fielding coach, talks about how they need to get back to the basics to become the world's top fielding outfit again

Interview by Brydon Coverdale
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