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Archive: Dean Jones on ESPNcricinfo

The best of our coverage of the Australia batsman and coach

Dean Jones and Merv Hughes at an Allan Border tribute dinner in Sydney, January 24, 1994

Dean Jones and Merv Hughes at an Allan Border tribute dinner in Sydney, 1994  •  Ben Rushton/Fairfax Media/Getty Images

Former Australia batsman-turned commentator Dean Jones died in Mumbai, aged 59, of cardiac arrest. Here's a list of features and interviews on Jones on our site over the years.
Interview: 'ODIs will show up your weakness quicker than Tests' (July 2014)
Jones talks about Australian cricket in the '80s, under Allan Border and Bob Simpson, and what it was like facing up to the West Indian quicks of that era
I Was There: 'I can't remember a thing after 120 in that innings' (February 2013)
Dean Jones recalls at the blood, sweat, tears and more he shed during his most iconic innings: the 210 in the tied Test in Chennai, 1986
Interview: 'I'm trying to hit sixes in the commentary box' (April 2008)
The former Australia batsman on his playing days and after
'You weak Victorian' (October 2004)
Jones, Bob Simpson, Greg Matthews and Ravi Shastri look back at the second tied Test
'Tied Test marked the renaissance of Australian cricket' (October 2004)
Jones talks about his double-century and his memories of playing in India