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Derek Underwood

'We're riding the crest of a cricket revolution'

Oct 1, 2008: There is a significance to Derek Underwood's succession to MCC president that reflects the new niche that the world's oldest cricket club is carving for itself

Andrew Miller

Aakash Chopra

'You need to feel bad when you don't get picked'

Sep 24, 2008: The Delhi opener talks about making his peace with not being selected for India despite an exemplary last season

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Peter Siddle

Siddle in the middle

Sep 23, 2008: Big and blond, fast and fast-tracked: only 11 matches into his first-class career, Australia's latest quick-bowling prospect has his sights set on a possible Test debut

Brydon Coverdale

Kevin Pietersen

'I want to be remembered as an entertainer'

Sep 17, 2008: Two weeks before he became England's captain, Kevin Pietersen answered readers' questions, ranging from captaincy ambitions to Mark Ramprakash to his wife's music

Interview by Daniel Brigham

Jamie Siddons

'I'm not here to have Bangladesh win a game or two'

Sep 15, 2008: It's not about beating the best sides on your day but about building a team that can compete consistently at the highest level, Bangladesh's coach tells Cricinfo

Interview by Khondaker Mirazur Rahman

Dav Whatmore

'Youngsters should approach Twenty20 cautiously'

Sep 13, 2008: Australia's leading cricket export to the subcontinent talks about his experiences in Asia with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and now with Indian junior sides

Interview by Kanishkaa Balachandran

Sam Loxton

Sledgehammer Sam speaks

Sep 9, 2008: As the clock ticks on the Invincibles, 60 years on from the tour that made them, Sam Loxton still talks as he played

Peter English

Simon Katich

'Results first, entertainment second'

Sep 5, 2008: Australian cricket's working-class hero talks about being a dour batsman in a team full of dashers, and how he overcame his bad patch

Interview by Sriram Veera

Brad Haddin

Keeping it real

Sep 3, 2008: Brad Haddin is finally filling Adam Gilchrist's vast shoes as Australia's keeper, but he's not about to let his predecessor's reputation overwhelm him. "It's important that you leave your own mark on the team," he says

Brydon Coverdale

Steve Rixon

'You need to be a hard coach sometimes'

Aug 20, 2008: The former New Zealand coach shares insights from a career in which he made a speciality of cracking tough nuts and getting hard cases to toe the party line

Interview by Sriram Veera

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

'I'm not interested in the captaincy'

Aug 14, 2008: West Indies' best batsman talks about his purple patch, the team's failures, and why he isn't looking to lead

Interview by Jason Dasey

Dale Steyn

'I thrive on responsibility'

Jul 25, 2008: He has taken 78 Test wickets at 16 since May last year. The ratings say he's the world's best quick. TWC spoke to him before the England series

Interview by Lawrence Booth

Wasim Akram

'I have my doubts about Shoaib Malik'

Jul 11, 2008: Five years since he quit the game, Wasim Akram is as sharp with a provocative opinion as his bowling used to be in his heyday

Interview by Sidharth Monga

Saqlain Mushtaq

Play it again, Saqi

Jul 7, 2008: The inventor of the doosra talks spin, Twenty20 and county cricket

Jamie Alter

'Cricket is my athletic mother tongue'

Jun 27, 2008: Joseph O'Neill's cricket-themed novel Netherland has fetched him comparisons to Fitzgerald and Naipaul

Andrew Miller

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
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