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Everybody loves Fanie

Dec 23, 2010: There was never a dull moment when he was around, biting the ears of umpires, red-carding spectators or giving away Jonty Rhodes shirts for booze

Sidharth Monga

'People don't realise how hard it is to win in Australia'

Dec 18, 2010: Ray Illingworth looks back on leading England to a hard-fought Ashes win in 1970-71, and dealing with Aussie crowds and umpires

Interview by Richard Gibson

'My problems at Test level were psychological, not technical'

Dec 2, 2010: Michael Bevan looks back at his early years and at a Test career that never took off

Interview by Richard Edwards

David Lloyd

'Where I come from, if someone kicks you once you kick 'em twice'

Nov 19, 2010: The former batsman, umpire, coach and now commentator answers readers' questions on bowlers who frightened him, being diplomatic, England's dry run in the 80s and 90s, and more

'This is our best squad in 10 years'

Nov 13, 2010: Paul Collingwood was always supposed to be the player nearest the exit, but he became England's only World Cup-winning captain and has won the Ashes twice

Interview by George Dobell

'Nothing beats playing at home'

Nov 11, 2010: Fourteen years into his career, VVS Laxman is finally set to play his first Test in Hyderabad

As told to Nagraj Gollapudi

'Agassi talked openly about his life. I've done the same'

Nov 4, 2010: Herschelle Gibbs on his reasons for writing a tell-all book, his friends in the side, South Africa's captains, and why he has no regrets about not having played 100 Tests

Interview by Firdose Moonda

Ntini's grass-root ambitions

Nov 2, 2010: With his international retirement confirmed, Makhaya Ntini is already busy building his legacy in South African cricket

Liam Brickhill

Play it again, Grant

Oct 29, 2010: Older and a little slower, but still fit, up for it and looking to contribute, the junior Flower brother recently turned up for his first international match in six years

Liam Brickhill

The liberation of Watto

Oct 28, 2010: Shane Watson has fought off injuries, succeeded at the top of the batting order, and revelled in the freedom of not having to bear an allrounder's burden

Peter English

'When Australia play, there is very good cricket'

Sep 27, 2010: The Australian captain gives India their due as No. 1, warns of a bouncer barrage for Sehwag, and is optimistic about catching up with Tendulkar's centuries

Interview by Nishant Arora

'I fear for India's younger generation'

Sep 22, 2010: Yuvraj talks about how the Kohlis and Sharmas are repeating the mistakes he made, the one person who totally understands him, and switching between formats of the game

Interview by Sharda Ugra

'I can't control my emotions all the time'

Sep 21, 2010: Yuvraj Singh looks back at a troubled year, marked by injury, controversy and the loss of form

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Haydos the suit

Sep 16, 2010: The former opener is just as much at ease with his new surroundings as he was facing up to Test new-ball bowlers. Developing the game while keeping the fans in mind is what occupies his time now

Peter English

'There's nothing better than being a legspinner'

Sep 14, 2010: A year and a half on from what he has realised will probably be his only Test, Bryce McGain is still in the game, playing for the joy of it, and for the elusive moments when it all falls into place

Sriram Veera

Robin Smith

'Playing in the West Indies was always the best'

Sep 13, 2010: The South African-born England batsman, 47 today, remembers being pelted by the fastest bowlers in the world, being reduced to tears by the management, and more

Interview by Richard Edwards

Robin Uthappa

'I thought I could get away with murder'

Sep 4, 2010: Unfit? Check. Arrogant? Check. Unfocussed? Check. Robin Uthappa has learnt life's lessons, and is ready to do anything for what he once took for granted - big-time cricket

Sriram Veera

From hunted to hunter

Aug 26, 2010: Long slagged off as a no-hoper, Nathan Hauritz has turned things around and now is Australia's main spin weapon for their busy season ahead

Peter English

'I was never too scared to apologise'

Aug 3, 2010: The recently retired South African umpire on owning up to errors, his favourite people on the field, his past life and his future

Interview by Brydon Coverdale

Imran Khan

'The more the pressure, the stronger I got'

Jul 30, 2010: The charismatic former Pakistan captain on wanting to be fast, teaching Wasim and Waqar to bowl, the allrounder wars of the 1980s, ball-tampering, and more

Interview by Sam Collins
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Why we need needle

Scott Oliver: We all enjoy watching a little pettiness, bad blood and low-grade squabbling between players, let's admit it

Why the wrong technique is sometimes right

Pete Langman: Orthodoxy is all well and good, but sometimes you need to dump it in the interests of the spirit of play

Fickle finger of Tim Paine's fate

Daniel Brettig: Multiple surgeries and a loss of form and confidence pushed him into the shadows, but he will return for Tasmania this week

    'I don't talk nonsense'

Polite Enquiries: Mohammad Hafeez tries to make sense of his nickname, and reveals the one thing he would like to get better at

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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How the teams fared at the auction

A round-up of the work done by the eight IPL franchises at the auction in 2017

IPL player auction - What to expect in 2017?

ESPNcricinfo looks at how the teams stand and whom they might buy at the tenth IPL player auction, in Bangalore on February 20

IPL player auction - New faces and where they could end up

ESPNcricinfo takes a closer look at the skillsets of some of the first-timers at the IPL player auction

Australian cricket's two Indias

For long, Australians expected hardship on a tour to India. These days the living conditions are far more friendly, and the difficulties are mostly out the middle

The Ashwin blueprint for Lyon's success

Nathan Lyon will have to adopt some of his Indian counterpart's methods if he is to set his record in Asia right; and he has been working on doing just that

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