Ponting is still convinced that his decision to retire was the right one
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has announced that he truly believes he made the right decision about his retirement, despite some people claiming that it came prematurely.
Richardson believes Ponting was one of the true pioneers of the modern game
International Cricket Council (ICC) president David Richardson has paid tribute to recently retired Australian batsman Ricky Ponting, stating that he was “one of the true legends of the sport”.
Vaughan believes Flintoff has all the right tools to make a fairytale return
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has advised Andrew Flintoff to hang up the boxing gloves after a successful debut and return to playing the game he fell in love with years ago.
De Villiers has finally silenced his critics
South Africa wicketkeeper batsman AB de Villiers has revealed that his love for wicketkeeping has grown drastically after he took over for veteran Mark Boucher in July since it forces him to stay alert at all times.
Ford is hoping Sri Lanka can pull off a win in Sydney
After having been battered in the first and second Test by the Australians, Sri Lanka head coach Graham Ford has admitted that the national team were not completely prepared for how hard and fast the baggy greens were going to strike.
Lillee believes running in the answer to Australia’s injury woes
Australia pace bowling great Dennis Lillee has questioned whether the current pace attack are truly committed to helping the country become the top ranked team across all three formats.
Lawson wants Cricket Australia to put an end to the rotation policy
Former Australia pace bowler Geoff Lawson has launched a scathing attack against Cricket Australia, stating their newly implemented rotation policy will not help bowlers grow and develop into wicket taking machines.
Ul-Haq vows to continue representing Pakistan as long as he has the passion to play cricket
Pakistan ODI and Test captain Mishbah-ul-Haq has announced that he has no intentions of retiring just yet, despite having to constantly defend his role as skipper and his form with the bat throughout the year.
Root believes he needs to spend more time at the crease to truly understand the challenges of international cricket
England batsman Joe Root admitted that he was seriously intimidated the first time he walked into the national team’s dressing room and added that his blazer size seemed to be at least seven sizes too big.
Lillee believes Johnson has the ability to secure a spot for himself on the Test roster
Australia pace bowling legend Dennis Lillee has announced that the selectors should pick seamer Mitchell Johnson in the national team for the country’s Ashes campaign against arch-rivals England next year.