The legend of Sachin Tendulkar once again dominated another voting round, this time conducted by Cricket Australia. The Indian batting maestro was adjudged the best Test player of the 21st century by cricket fans on an online vote.
Australian cricket legend Shane Warne on Monday confirmed the booking of three of the United States’ most famous baseball venues as part of his and Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar’s proposed global cricketing tour.
Australia legend Glenn McGrath on Thursday nominated a pair of young guns he expects to shine at the upcoming Ashes which is set to begin from July 8, namely pacer Josh Hazlewood and England batsman Joe Root.
Reliving one of his most cherished cricketing rivalries during his 14-year-old career, former Australian speedster Glenn McGrath said that the Indian fans still haven't forgiven him for getting iconic Sachin Tendulkar out in the 2003 World Cup final.
"Pakistan's veteran all-rounder Shahid Afridi has said England’s home ground advantage gives them an edge over Australia in the upcoming Ashes series, which starts in less than a month in Cardiff, England.
Impressed with the skill-set of young speedsters at the MRF pace academy in Chennai, Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath on Wednesday said that hunting for stronger bodies from the northern part of India can be the answer to the nation's thirst for producing more fast bowlers.
Retired greats Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne on Wednesday met ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson at the global body's headquarters here to discuss their ambitious Legends T20 cricket League, proposed to be held in the USA in August-September.
Australian fast bowling legend Glenn McGrath believes India's flamboyant batsman and Test skipper Virat Kohli is the right person to lead the team and his aggressive approach both on and off the field is a positive sign as long as he is scoring runs.
Impressed by Varun Aaron's speed, Australian legend Glenn McGrath on Monday said he was disappointed at the fast bowler's omission from India's World Cup squad and predicted that the pacer will be around on the international scene for a long time.
In a dream spell, medium-pacer Tim Southee scalped seven wickets to help New Zealand bundle out England for a paltry 123 in 33.2 overs in the ninth match of the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015. The medium-pacer's figure of 9-0-33-7 is the best for a Kiwi bowler in limited-overs cricket.