Bangladesh tour will be tough: South Africa coach
Bangladesh tour will be tough: South Africa coach

South Africa head coach Russell Domingo feels it would be preposterous to embark on the Bangladesh tour believing everything would go their way.

Ravi Shastri-led support staff should be given a one-year run: Arshad Ayub
Ravi Shastri-led support staff should be given a one-year run: Arshad Ayub

Having seen the Indian cricket team set-up from close quarters as manager in Australia, former spinner Arshad Ayub says the players are responding well to Team Director Ravi Shastri and the current support staff should be given a one-year run to make a difference.

Intensity of IPL leaves me more stretched out: Gary Kirsten
Intensity of IPL leaves me more stretched out: Gary Kirsten

He may have coached India to the World Cup title four years back outsmarting several great opponents, but Gary Kirsten feels the intensity of the Indian Premier League leaves him more stretched out, though he enjoys the "fantastic" tournament.

Two nice injections of confidence helped us: Gary Kirsten
Two nice injections of confidence helped us: Gary Kirsten

 Upbeat after getting over the line in their previous two humdingers, Delhi Daredevils coach Gary Kirsten believes the team can surely take the momentum forward in the four straight home IPL games at the Feroz Shah Kotla starting tomorrow against Kolkata Knight Riders.

Allan Donald steps down as Proteas bowling coach
Allan Donald steps down as Proteas bowling coach

Allan Donald has stepped down as bowling coach of South Africa, confirming his departure on Tuesday after four years in the role.

IPL 8: Can South African players change fortunes of Delhi Daredevils?
IPL 8: Can South African players change fortunes of Delhi Daredevils?

After finishing at the bottom of the table in the last two editions of the Indian Premier League, Delhi Daredevils (DD) have gone through significant changes before the start of the new season.

Want to play for India again, share good rapport with Dhoni, says Yuvraj
Want to play for India again, share good rapport with Dhoni, says Yuvraj

Former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh will hope to make his stint with Delhi Daredevils a successful one as season 8 of Indian Premier League (IPL) kicks off from Thursday.

Yuvraj Singh is immensely motivated to perform in IPL, says Gary Kirsten
Yuvraj Singh is immensely motivated to perform in IPL, says Gary Kirsten

Delhi Daredevils' head coach Gary Kirsten said on Friday he wanted Yuvraj Singh in the team because of his great rapport with him during his tenure as the Indian cricket team boss. He also said the flamboyant all-rounder was motivated more than ever to perform in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

I was caught off-guard last IPL season: Gary Kirsten
I was caught off-guard last IPL season: Gary Kirsten

Delhi Daredevils' chief coach Gary Kirsten said that he was caught off-guard in respect to the demands and needs of coaching a franchise in T20 leagues like the IPL as the team finished last in the table in 2014.

IPL: I am not finished yet, says Daredevil's Albie Morkel
IPL: I am not finished yet, says Daredevil's Albie Morkel

There is a lingering feeling that Albie Morkel has under-achieved given his vast talent but the South Africa all-rounder says he can't think 'anything bad' about his career.

Former SA seamer Alfonso Thomas appointed Delhi's fast bowling coach
Former SA seamer Alfonso Thomas appointed Delhi's fast bowling coach

Former South Africa seamer Alfonso Thomas will be joining IPL franchise Delhi Daredevils as their fast bowling coach for the upcoming edition of the cash-rich league.

Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan eye Indian team comeback through IPL 2015
Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan eye Indian team comeback through IPL 2015

Hoping to make a comeback into the Indian cricket team with stellar showings in the IPL, new Delhi Daredevils recruits Yuvraj Singh and Zaheer Khan today said they will make their stint with the franchise count to revive their international careers.

Cricket World Cup 2015: The men behind India's redemption
Cricket World Cup 2015: The men behind India's redemption

Fans across the country and beyond seem bowled over by the exploits of the young Indian cricket team in the World Cup. But as the players receive the plaudits, one tends to forget the silent, faceless army of the team support staff who work tirelessly to keep the players in fine fettle, both mentally and physically.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: ''Match winner'' Quinton de Kock needs to step up
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: ''Match winner'' Quinton de Kock needs to step up

South Africa`s Quinton de Kock was probably already feeling the most pressure of his fledgling international career before captain AB de Villiers dumped even more of it on his shoulders.

ICC World Cup: South Africa say West Indies will blink first in must-win game
ICC World Cup: South Africa say West Indies will blink first in must-win game

Skipper AB de Villiers says the West Indies will crumble if South Africa apply the right pressure in their crunch World Cup Pool B game at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.

Happy to see Chris Gayle back in form: VVS Laxman
Happy to see Chris Gayle back in form: VVS Laxman

Former Indian batsman V.V.S. Laxman on Tuesday expressed his delight after West Indian Chris Gayle bludgeoned 215 runs against Zimbabwe to return to form during a World Cup Pool B game.

Rohit Sharma's two double-hundreds inspired me, says Chris Gayle
Rohit Sharma's two double-hundreds inspired me, says Chris Gayle

West Indies opener Chris Gayle, who smashed the first World Cup double-century here Tuesday, said he wanted to get it ever since India's Rohit Sharma scored two of them in ODIs.

Chris Gayle slams first double ton in World Cup history; hailed on Twitter
Chris Gayle slams first double ton in World Cup history; hailed on Twitter

After having a poor start to the tournament, West Indies opener Chris Gayle was back in form as he slammed the first double century in World Cup history.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Globetrotting coaches make World Cup impact
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Globetrotting coaches make World Cup impact

Most of the teams competing at the World Cup have travelled a long way to reach Australia and New Zealand but that`s nothing to the journeys made by some of their coaches.

If you have skills, you don't need psychologists: Proteas coach Russell Domingo
If you have skills, you don't need psychologists: Proteas coach Russell Domingo

Unruffled by the 'chokers' tag given to South Africa for their tendency to crumble under pressure, Proteas cricket coach Russell Domingo said his team does not need a sports psychologist as good skill-sets will be enough for the players to handle crunch situations.