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Shaun Marsh

'I've grown up'

Jun 3, 2008: Australia's next hot prospect talks about putting his head down and getting serious about his cricket

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Darren Berry

'Our success was about man-management'

Jun 3, 2008: The Rajasthan Royals' chief of coaching talks about the team's amazing run in the IPL

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'The on-field umpire is in the best position'

May 27, 2008: Two leading umpires talk about the ICC's proposed referrals system

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Journeyman lands main role

May 21, 2008: Having moved from Australia to Jamaica, Brendan Nash hopes he can now represent West Indies

Interview by Peter English

Matthew Hayden

'Walking down the track is such a rush'

May 19, 2008: Australia's long-serving opener on preparation, adapting to situations, playing the sweep, and putting the fear of God into bowlers

Interview by Sriram Veera

Chris Martin

The leader of the pack

May 14, 2008: As New Zealand head into the series against England minus Shane Bond, they seem to have found the man who will show the rest of the bowlers the way

Andrew McGlashan

Jacob Oram

'I questioned what the hell I was doing'

May 12, 2008: Jacob Oram enjoyed the IPL experience - except for bowling to the world's top batsmen. He speaks about life in the multi-million dollar league, and settling back into a more sedate pace of cricket on the England tour

Interview by Andrew McGlashan

Michael Parkinson

'Cricket's taken too seriously now'

May 9, 2008: Michael Parkinson has played and followed cricket for half a century and has interviewed some of the game's finest. "it never was a matter of life and death, it never will be," he tells Cricinfo

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Chris Tremlett

The giant desperate to roar

May 8, 2008: He may not have played for England since his encouraging display against India last summer, but he's ready to stake his claim again

Interview by Will Luke

Mushtaq Ahmed

Once more, with feeling

May 6, 2008: Sussex's talismanic, long-serving legspinner is back for what might be his final season for them

Andrew McGlashan

Misbah-ul-Haq

Method to the mayhem

Apr 26, 2008: It's not just wham, bam, thank you ma'am, a lot of planning and practice goes into the shortest format, Pakistan's Twenty20 star tells Cricinfo

Interview by Sriram Veera

Robert Key

All for England

Apr 24, 2008: More than three years since he last played a Test, Robert Key wants every road to lead back to the national side

Andrew Miller

Brendon McCullum

Mac the Knife

Apr 20, 2008: He may not quite be the new Gilchrist yet, but he's getting there. New Zealand's wicketkeeper is now arguably the single most devastating opener in all limited-overs cricket

Andrew Miller

Dale Steyn

'Run in, bowl quick, scare people'

Apr 18, 2008: Three years and a bit after his debut, South Africa's strike lynchpin has grown to be the most highly rated fast bowler of recent times

Nagraj Gollapudi

Rikki Clarke

Moving and maturing

Apr 17, 2008: Still only 26, Clarke has left Surrey, taken up Derbyshire's captaincy, and wants to earn another chance with England

Andrew McGlashan

Neil McKenzie

Seize the day

Apr 9, 2008: After four years on the fringes, Neil McKenzie is older, wiser, and back where he belongs. "I try and grab every occasion as my last," he says

Nagraj Gollapudi

Habibul Bashar

'I'm not finished yet'

Apr 2, 2008: He may not be in the side anymore but he isn't going quietly

Interview by Khondaker Mirazur Rahman

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

'If there's commitment, that's victory for me'

Mar 24, 2008: India's one-day and Twenty20 captain looks back at six momentuous months in charge

Interview by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan and Nagraj Gollapudi

Wasim Jaffer

The quiet Indian

Mar 22, 2008: In a team increasingly full of show-ponies, Wasim Jaffer is refreshingly old-fashioned

Ajay S Shankar

Simon Katich

No contract, no problem

Mar 14, 2008: Australian first-class cricket's man of the moment, speaks about his golden run and trying to make it back to international level

Interview by Brydon Coverdale
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