Virat has a lot of qualities to match his aggression: Sir Vivian Richards
Virat has a lot of qualities to match his aggression: Sir Vivian Richards

He has always admired Virat Kohli's batting qualities and Sir Vivian Richards feels that one should not be too critical of the Indian Test captain's on-field aggression as he possesses the "quality" to match his attitude.

Tendulkar made adjustments across all formats easily: Richards
Tendulkar made adjustments across all formats easily: Richards

Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Vivian Richards is of the opinion that Sachin Tendulkar is probably one of the two batsmen in modern era who had seamless adjusted their game according to their needs across all three formats.

Viv Richards` presence inspiring, says Windward batsman

Windward Island batsman Sunil Ambris says he is inspired by the presence of cricket legend Sir Vivian Richards as he prepares with the Sagicor West Indies High Performance (WIHP) team for the upcoming series with Bangladesh A, starting next week in Barbados.

Aussie footy starlet, Ellyse Perry targets another cricket World Cup trophy

Ellyse Perry has represented Australia in both the Cricket and Football World Cups.

Swann to join commentating team including Viv Richards for England`s Windies tour

Retired England spin bowler Graeme Swann will reportedly be commentating for England`s one-day tour of the West Indies starting later this month.

It feels good to equal Richards` feat, says Kohli after reaching 5000 ODI runs

India`s vice-captain Virat Kohli on Thursday reached a rare milestone when he became the joint fastest batsman along with Viv Richards to reach the 5000-run mark in ODI cricket but the flamboyant right-hander said it was just the beginning and he still has a long way to go.

Viv hopes for West Indies cricket renaissance

Legendary batsman Viv Richards feels it will take some time for West Indies cricket to translate the success of World Twenty20 to Tests and ODIs.

When to retire should be Sachin`s call: Viv Richards

Tendulkar`s prolonged form slump may have raised questions on his retirement but West Indies batting legend Sir Vivian Richards reckons the veteran batsman is still a ‘class act’ and should not be pressured into calling time on his career.

Sehwag has a lot of cricket left in him: Yashpal

Former national selector Yashpal Sharma feels Virender Sehwag has a lot of cricket left in him and said he can make a comeback in the Indian team if he gives attention to his fitness.

I was star-struck when Sir Viv walked in: Mahela

Delhi Daredevils skipper Mahela Jayawardene today admitted that he was "star-struck" like any other youngster when the legendary Sir Vivian Richards met the team at the hotel on Saturday.

Legendary Viv Richards enjoying life Down Under

Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Vivian Richards has said Australia holds special place in his heart, adding that he is enjoying life Down Under during as his spell as a mentor to the Big Bash League team Melbourne Stars ends.

Richards was more fearful batsman than Gayle: Richardson

He has closely watched Chris Gayle evolve as one of the most destructive batsmen in the current era but former West Indies captain Richie Richardson maintains that Sir Vivian Richards was "far more feared by bowlers" than the Jamaican opener.

Ramdin jumps 20 spots amidst controversy

Despite the swirling controversy over his ill-advised jibe at Sir Vivian Richards, West Indies wicketkeeper/batsman Denesh Ramdin was the biggest mover in the latest International Cricket Council player rankings.

‘Sehwag most destructive in modern cricket’

Sir Viv Richards feels Virender Sehwag is the world’s most destructive batsman in modern cricket and India’s World Cup chances largely depends on him.