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Craig Kieswetter

'Our orders were to go down blazing'

May 19, 2010: At the age of 22, and in barely three months as an England-qualified international, Craig Kieswetter has achieved a feat that eludes most cricketers in a lifetime

Andrew Miller

Arthur Morris

'Even today, if somebody throws a ball, I want to chase it'

May 17, 2010: Arthur Morris was one of Bradman's Invincibles. Here he looks back to the pre-deodorant days: meeting the Don, getting bounced by Keith Miller, the baggy green, and more

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Mahela Jayawardene

'I can express myself better opening'

May 9, 2010: After his success at the top of the order in the West Indies, Mahela Jayawardene talks of the prospect of playing in that position in the 2011 World Cup

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Alan Butcher

'Things are in place for a Zimbabwe resurgence'

May 3, 2010: Coach Alan Butcher is optimistic about a revival. He talks about his role, the return of former players, the team's struggle for quality bats, and more

Andrew McGlashan

Sadagoppan Ramesh

Coming soon to a theatre near you

May 3, 2010: ... is S Ramesh, the former India opener, now trying to make his way as an actor. He talks about getting dropped, dealing with frustrations, and discovering his inner funny man

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Nasser Hussain

'I wish I could have batted like KP'

Apr 11, 2010: Nasser Hussain talks about turning into a batsman, fear of failure, his relationship with Duncan Fletcher and leaving at the right time

Interview by John Stern

Daniel Vettori: 100 Tests

'I put pressure on myself to lead from the front'

Mar 26, 2010: Daniel Vettori looks back at his first 99 Tests: being thrown into the deep end at 18, his transformation into an allrounder, taking over the captaincy, and more

Interview by Stephen Hill

Tamim Iqbal

'I don't want fifties, I want hundreds'

Mar 22, 2010: Tamim Iqbal has the talent and temperament to be a flag-bearer for Bangladesh cricket, and he isn't setting his sights low

Andrew Miller

David Boon

'Everything we touched turned to gold'

Mar 20, 2010: David Boon looks back at the heady summer of 1989, and the years after, when he was considered by many to be the best batsman in the world

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Michael Hussey

'I've never felt I was cruising along'

Mar 19, 2010: It wasn't easy, and there was plenty of soul-searching on the way, but Michael Hussey seems to finally have put his lean spell behind him and is looking to build on the form he has regained

Brydon Coverdale

Khaled Mahmud

'People need to believe in Bangladesh'

Mar 9, 2010: Khaled Mahmud played a key role in Bangladesh's ascent to the highest level. Now, a decade on, he's looking to help his side take the ever-elusive next step

Andrew Miller

Jeremy Coney

'My batting drove people away'

Feb 28, 2010: Jeremy Coney didn't put bums on seats, but he was New Zealand's most influential captain, and a bit of a renaissance man off the field

Interview by Edward Craig

Viv Richards

'I felt I was an artist'

Feb 22, 2010: Viv Richards, the only captain under whom West Indies never lost a series, speaks about the sense of confrontation he brought to his cricket, his first Test in Antigua and his success against England

Interview by Benj Moorehead

Muttiah Muralitharan

'I don't want to be selfish about staying on'

Jan 2, 2010: Muttiah Muralitharan talks about his future, Sri Lanka's World Cup chances, Kumar Sangakkara's captaincy, and more

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

'I'm hoping we've hit rock bottom'

Dec 15, 2009: Garry Sobers, Wes Hall, Viv Richards and Richie Richardson discuss the plight of West Indies cricket, Stanford's legacy, hosting the World Twenty20, and more

Interview by George Dobell

'I never expected to play Test cricket'

Nov 23, 2009: In a little over three years, Brendan Nash has gone from being an Australia substitute fielder to playing a Test against them. He speaks about switching sides, and how much things have changed for him

Interview by Peter English

'Greed is killing the game'

Nov 23, 2009: Ian Botham hits out at the proliferation of Twenty20, the idiots who booed Ponting, and all the talk of pressure

Interview by Sam Pilger

'Awesome feeling to get that Chennai hundred'

Nov 15, 2009: Sachin Tendulkar on the highest points in his extraordinary career

Interview by Clayton Murzello

Prasanna Jayawardene

'Wicketkeeping is about being late and fast'

Nov 12, 2009: The man widely acknowledged as the best pure wicketkeeper in the world talks about his struggles, his skills and his influences

Interview by Jamie Alter

Dav Whatmore

'The situation in Kolkata is one I'm used to'

Nov 6, 2009: Ganguly's wealth of knowledge, Akram's game-reading skills and Shah Rukh Khan's passion are the factors Kolkata's new coach will bank on to turn the side around

Ajay S Shankar
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