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Ajmal Shahzad

'When I was younger I used to bowl like Shoaib'

Jun 4, 2012: Grilled-chicken fiend Ajmal Shahzad is quite the mimic when it comes to other bowlers

Interview by Myles Hodgson

Morne Morkel

'Who's my bunny? Wait and see'

May 28, 2012: He's not naming any names, but all will be revealed soon, says Morne Morkel

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Shakib Al Hasan

'I like football more than cricket'

May 21, 2012: Is the world's top allrounder trapped in the wrong sport? Hear it from the man himself

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Andre Russell

'I'd ask Gayle if he has an angry face'

May 14, 2012: Andre Russell on what puzzles him about his West Indies team-mate, what he's usually doing when he gets a call-up, his fashion statement, and hairstyle trends

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Darren Sammy

'I'm a proud mama's boy'

May 7, 2012: The West Indies captain loves his mum, buys her expensive gifts, and hopes she won't hear him swear too much. And did you know he's afraid of flying?

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Eoin Morgan

'I'm a late-night person'

Apr 30, 2012: England's Irish import doesn't mind being ragged by Swanny, and wishes hotel rooms had iPads

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Doug Bracewell

'I don't have a favourite Aussie'

Apr 23, 2012: The latest Bracewell in international cricket may be named after a star from across the pond, but Australians aren't quite top of his list

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Irfan Pathan

'Don't ask me when I'm getting married'

Apr 16, 2012: The Delhi Daredevils allrounder on his ink-free body, mum's biryani, and comparing sixes with brother Yusuf

Interview by Sharda Ugra

R Ashwin

'I know more about offspin than Sachin'

Apr 4, 2012: The India and Chennai bowler on the one thing he can beat Tendulkar at, and being a bit of a cricket nerd

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Paul Harris

'It's amazing how many new friends you have before a Test'

Jun 10, 2010: The South African spinner on his favourite opponents, celebratory drinks, fielding in front of Bay 13, and what hotel rooms need to improve them

Interview by Robert Houwing

Piyush Chawla

'I'll always remember getting Sachin paaji out'

May 1, 2010: Piyush Chawla on his most cherished wicket, field restrictions he'd like to modify, and the advantages of being short

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

M Vijay

'Don't call me Murali'

Apr 13, 2010: The Chennai Super Kings opener on how he should be addressed, his most embarrassing moment on the field, what he can do that Dhoni can't, and more

Interview by N Hunter

Angelo Mathews

'I want to be like Garry Sobers'

Mar 27, 2010: The Sri Lankan allrounder talks about jockstraps, nicknames and meeting Priyanka Chopra clad only in a towel

Interview by N Hunter

Shane Bond

'I'd have loved to play in the underarm game'

Feb 17, 2010: The New Zealand quick on what he'll do with his IPL money, his first TV advertisement, and whether he'd ever return to Test cricket

Interview by Nishi Narayanan

Devon Malcolm

'My heart told me to be an umpire'

Jan 24, 2010: Devon Malcolm on how he traded one set of whites in for another

Interview by Mark Pennell

Bryce McGain

Play the other one, Bryce

Dec 31, 2009: He plays PlayStation, the trumpet, and some cricket. Not bad for Australia's oldest Test debutant

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Carl Hooper

'I'd do it all over again if I could'

Dec 9, 2009: From a cricketer in Guyana to a businessman in Australia: Carl Hooper may not play too much cricket but he stays in shape, and he plays the markets

Interview by Mark Pennell

Dave Mohammed

'I'm the best entertainer in the world'

Nov 17, 2009: Dave Mohammed explains his various celebration routines, talks about what he bought with his Stanford money, and the other sport he's good at

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Daryl Harper

'I've never apologised to a player'

Oct 21, 2009: Daryl Harper talks about that Tendulkar lbw decision from 1999, the worst thing a bowler's said to him, and whether the ICC's Umpire of the Year award is rigged

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Stuart Clark

'Don't mention McGrath and Warne'

Oct 7, 2009: Stuart Clark on the question he least likes answering, the nickname he didn't want, why sledging doesn't work, and his other job

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi
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