From the Editor


Welcome to the all-new ESPNcricinfo
Welcome to the all-new ESPNcricinfo

The site is now optimised for mobile platforms and presents a unified experience for all users

An explanation
An explanation

On why a column on the site was taken down

Those four red letters are back on TV in India
Those four red letters are back on TV in India

What the launch of SONYESPN means for you and ESPNcricinfo

Bigger, better: ESPNcricinfo's new iPhone app
Bigger, better: ESPNcricinfo's new iPhone app

In keeping with the idiom of change in the digital world, our new iPhone app is here and it is designed to give you a better user-experience with more functionalities

Comments on fixing stories
Comments on fixing stories

We haven't invited readers' views on the latest spot-fixing scandal because of libel issues

The importance of risking failure
The importance of risking failure

A Day With Dravid was not all it could have been, but glitches are best looked at as building blocks rather than setbacks

Presenting The Cordon
Presenting The Cordon

Announcing a new section on the site: voices from outside the press box

Soul Man
Soul Man

Obituaries are hopelessly inadequate in a way. Frank Keating will never know what I owe him. I never got to know him well enough to tell him, but when I heard about his death on Friday evening it felt personal

Choose your ESPNcricinfo homepage
Choose your ESPNcricinfo homepage

We will not pretend this is a dazzling innovation. Even though ESPNcricinfo has run multiple homepages for years now, you have not had the option of choosing which one to set as your default

A question of cricket
A question of cricket

Introducing our latest series, The Jury's Out, which is a highly subjective exploration of the beautiful facets in the game of cricket

Remembering Roebuck
Remembering Roebuck

Peter Roebuck's judgements were based not merely on the keenest understanding of the game but on a wider understanding of society, history and human behaviour, and his ability to connect the dots

Record crowd for record Lord's Test
Record crowd for record Lord's Test

Never has a Monday morning at the ground been so busy, so urgent and so alive. Not even the prospect of a first Ashes victory in 75 years brought so many people to the ground in 2009

Talking legspin with TJ
Talking legspin with TJ

If you like cricket, you had to like Terry Jenner. And if you love legspin you had to absolutely adore him. No one spoke more eloquently, knowledgeably, and passionately about legspin than him

A forgotten anniversary
A forgotten anniversary

While the senses are riveted on the World Cup, the 10th anniversary of a landmark day in Indian cricket - the famous Kolkata stand between Laxman and Dravid - has gone unheralded, unacknowledged even

The joys of watching cricket on HD
The joys of watching cricket on HD

Ireland and Kevin O'Brien provided the World Cup its most joyous day yet, and while I would have loved to be at the ground, I had the next best viewing option available

Introducing ESPNcricinfo's iPhone app
Introducing ESPNcricinfo's iPhone app

As a long-time sucker for Apple's temptations, I have been waiting for this one with childlike anticipation. And now that it is on my phone, I can say, hand on heart, that ESPNcricinfo's iPhone app is a thing of beauty

Evolving Tendulkar remains India's best
Evolving Tendulkar remains India's best

When you next hear Tendulkar talk about wanting to get better, he is not merely dishing out a quote

The bigger picture
The bigger picture

I am sure you haven't failed to notice the steady increase in video content on the site. We are committed to exploiting the inclusiveness of our medium and present to our readers any additional options for consuming our content

Beyond boundaries
Beyond boundaries

At ESPNcricinfo we are always trying to expand our range. And the latest addition is a travel section that will allow you to explore the host countries before the World Cup begins

The best of the best
The best of the best

While it can be argued that picking fantasy XIs are ultimately exercises in futility, they also serve the worthiest of causes