Interview


'Fast bowling is a young man's pursuit'
'Fast bowling is a young man's pursuit'

The Wednesday Interview with Frank Tyson

'We need to give ourselves a pat on the back'
'We need to give ourselves a pat on the back'

Australia's coach Mickey Arthur casts his eye back over the India series, where the hosts won the key battles, and which areas need to be addressed ahead of the team's next Test assignment in the West Indies

With good men, you become a good captain - Balaji
With good men, you become a good captain - Balaji

The Tamil Nadu captain talks to ESPNcricinfo about his thoughts on leadership and how much it hurts to have never won a Ranji Trophy

'Cricket should not suffer'
'Cricket should not suffer'

Upali Dharmadasa, the new president of Sri Lanka Cricket, on his plan to improve the sport in the country

'I blame myself for bringing Mazhar to cricket'
'I blame myself for bringing Mazhar to cricket'

An exclusive interview with Azhar Majeed, the brother of the convicted agent, Mazhar

'Players know consistency will be the criterion for national selection'
'Players know consistency will be the criterion for national selection'

Tom Sears, Cricket Kenya's CEO, hopes the success of the board's new East African tournaments will result in a larger and better-quality talent pool in the country

'I've wanted to play for England since the beginning'
'I've wanted to play for England since the beginning'

Alexei Kervezee is one of the potential stars of the Netherlands' World Cup campaign. He spoke to George Dobell ahead of their tournament opener against England

'Now is the time to do it' - Chanderpaul
'Now is the time to do it' - Chanderpaul

Going into his fifth and final World Cup, Shivnarine Chanderpaul says there is still some unfinished business, something he says he would like to take care of in his final World Cup

'We would like to copy what happened in 1996'
'We would like to copy what happened in 1996'
'Playing in Australia doesn't faze me' - Finn
'Playing in Australia doesn't faze me' - Finn

The rise and rise of Steven Finn shows no immediate sign of abating, much like the teenage growth spurts that went into creating the 6'7" colossus who was today named for the first time in an England touring party

'The future is safe' - Salman Butt
'The future is safe' - Salman Butt

Moments after being confirmed as Pakistan's new captain following Shahid Afridi's shock retirement, Salman Butt spoke exclusively to Cricinfo

Cook settles into life after captaincy
Cook settles into life after captaincy

It wouldn't count as relaxation in most people's books, but then, most people aren't readjusting to life after the England captaincy

'I let captaincy affect my batting'
'I let captaincy affect my batting'

The last IPL season wasn't an easy one for Brendon McCullum. He hopes, having learnt some lessons after captaining Kolkata, this year will be better

Confident Shahzad ready to seize chance
Confident Shahzad ready to seize chance

Ajmal Shahzad impressed in a nets session in South Africa, and now he's in the Test squad

Carberry: 'I almost quit before Test call-up'
Carberry: 'I almost quit before Test call-up'

The next English batsman in line for a Test debut almost gave up cricket five years ago.

We are not just about Ashraful anymore - Jamie Siddons
We are not just about Ashraful anymore - Jamie Siddons

The Bangladesh coach on his team's progress, the positives and concerns, the players to watch out for and what the future holds

Henry delights in Ntini's achievement
Henry delights in Ntini's achievement

Omar Henry has seen it all in South African cricket as a player, coach, administrator and commentator. But there was one moment he thought he'd never witness

'People must say that Sri Lanka treated us the best'
'People must say that Sri Lanka treated us the best'

Cricinfo speaks to Suraj Dandeniya, the confident 2011 World Cup tournament director, close on the heels of the visit to Sri Lanka by an ICC delegation

Makhaya Ntini speaks to Cricinfo
Makhaya Ntini speaks to Cricinfo

Ahead of his 100th Test, Makhaya Ntini gave an exclusive interview to ESPN's Dan Williams and spoke about his career journey, the highlights and his greatest battles

A life devoted to Indian cricket
A life devoted to Indian cricket

Former cricketers and administrators pay tribute to Raj Singh Dungarpur, who passed away at the age of 73