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'I'm still hungry to represent India'

May 19, 2016: Kolkata Knight Riders opener Robin Uthappa is aiming for a maiden T20 hundred and an international comeback

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I'm a big believer in not having too many tricks'

May 19, 2016: Rookie South Africa chinaman bowler Tabraiz Shamsi talks about his variations, his "bus driver" celebration, and debut IPL season

Jonhenry Wilson

'I preferred winning four-day games to T20'

May 17, 2016: Justin Kemp, who called time on a two-decade-long career at the end of the last season, looks back at his playing days

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Afghanistan needs to organise international cricket at home'

May 16, 2016: Inzamam-ul-Haq talks about his short and successful stint as the team's coach, and what they need to do to match the best sides in the world

Danyal Rasool

'I'm not sure Pakistan's players train as hard as the other best players in the world'

Apr 22, 2016: Batting coach Grant Flower talks about the changes in attitude and routines his players need

Interview by Umar Farooq

'If you don't have the right culture, it's hard to be a high-performance team'

Apr 21, 2016: Former South Africa rugby captain Francois Pienaar talks about his role on Cricket South Africa's review panel

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Nobody in domestic cricket right now can replace Amla and de Villiers'

Apr 21, 2016: Former South Africa captain Kepler Wessels talks about the talent coming through in South Africa, the impact of T20 cricket, and playing with and against Allan Border

Interview by Crispin Andrews

Arjun Nair, the YouTube kid

Apr 16, 2016: Australian cricket has unearthed its first carrom-ball spinner, a teenager inspired by watching clips of Sunil Narine and R Ashwin in the IPL

Daniel Brettig

'West Indies' strength is limited-overs cricket'

Apr 13, 2016: Coach Phil Simmons talks about the direction the team needs to take, and the problem of not having the best group of players representing the region in all formats

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Back then, wicketkeepers never worried about scoring hundreds'

Apr 10, 2016: Fomer England keeper Jim Parks talks about how he took to the job, and cricket in the '30s and '40s

Interview by Crispin Andrews

'If we don't change ourselves we'll be talking about a Pakistan cricket mess again'

Apr 9, 2016: Waqar Younis, who has resigned as the team's coach, talks about the obstacles he faced in the role, and compares Misbah's captaincy to Afridi's

Interview by Umar Farooq

'My role is to run the business and your role is to play cricket to the best of your ability'

Apr 7, 2016: In the second part of a two-part interview, West Indies board president Dave Cameron talks about the CPL money the players receive, and why he keeps his distance from them

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I just want us to get better. I am tired of losing'

Apr 6, 2016: WICB president Dave Cameron talks about what he has done to turn things around for West Indies cricket, and the difficulties of getting everyone on the same page

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'The key is to break down data to what's actually useful'

Apr 4, 2016: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about effective use of analytics in T20, what selectors look for when picking players, and analysing the opposition

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'It used to be a lot easier for fast bowlers in T20'

Mar 24, 2016: Shaun Tait on the role of outright pace in the shortest format, and how the game has changed over its decade of existence

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'If I had debuted in 2006, I wouldn't have lasted 20 years'

Mar 19, 2016: Shahid Afridi looks back on his two decades in international cricket, the burden of expectations, and battling coaches who tried to change his game

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'When I am in and set, I know I can win the game'

Mar 17, 2016: David Miller talks about his approach to finishing games, and keeping his mind free of distraction especially in tense chases

Nagraj Gollapudi

'The BCCI should support our participation in the Women's Big Bash'

Mar 5, 2016: India Women's captain Mithali Raj on the team's recent success going into the World T20, and utilsing opportunities to raise the game's profile

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'We've tried to hold up a mirror to grade cricket and see how people react'

Feb 24, 2016: The men behind the Grade Cricketer Twitter account talk about their new book, and cricket culture in Australia

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'No longer are we consumed by losing'

Feb 19, 2016: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about his long association with Brendon McCullum, whose leadership helped New Zealand cricket grow

Melinda Farrell
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