Learnt from Virat Kohli on how to build an innings: Suresh Raina
Learnt from Virat Kohli on how to build an innings: Suresh Raina

 Having guided CSK to their second CLT20 trophy, Suresh Raina said that he has matured as a player taking cues from his contemporaries including Virat Kohli, who has shown the way with big hundred in ODI cricket.

Warne, Gilly, Ponting to team up for exhibition match
Warne, Gilly, Ponting to team up for exhibition match

Australian cricket legends Shane Warne, Adam Gilchrist and Ricky Ponting are set to team up once again for an exhibition cricket match in December.

Oz media says even `men of steel` like Steve Waugh, Hayden, Gilchrist suffered from stress

The Australian media has extended their support towards England batsman Jonathan Trott following his decision to leave the Ashes tour citing stress, and said that even `men of steel` like Steve Waugh, Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist felt vulnerable and helpless due to a similar ailment.

Taylor asks Hughes, Khawaja to look up to Hayden for `inspiration`

Former Australian captain Mark Taylor has said that the batting pair of Phil Hughes and Usman Khawaja should be looking at Matthew Hayden`s career transformation from limited shot-maker to awesome run machine as inspiration.

Hayden believes Warner must `buy into` Oz team culture to achieve potential

Former Australian Test opener Matthew Hayden has said that he believes David Warner needs to buy into the national team culture before he can achieve his rich potential.

Hayden terms `ten-hour` 380 against Zimbabwe in 2003 `most perfect innings`

Former Australian star Matthew Hayden has called his ten-hour, 22 minute batting show against Zimbabwe ten years ago, which was then the highest score in Test history, as the most perfect innings he had ever played.

Irked by BCCI’s restrictions, Ian Chappell rejects commentary offer

Former Australian cricketer Ian Chappell, known for speaking his mind, has reportedly refused to commentate in the upcoming India-Australia limited overs series.

Hayden blames Clarke`s premature captaincy for leadership drought in Oz

Australian Test great Matthew Hayden has said that he believed that the decision to appoint Michael Clarke as captain from a young age instead of grooming a group of candidates contributed to a lost generation of leaders.

Waqar Younis rates taking Lara`s wicket above Tendulkar`s

Former Pakistani bowler Waqar Younis has said that Brian Lara was the best batsman that he got out although he enjoyed bowling to other great batsmen like Sachin Tendulkar, Steve Waugh, Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist.

Left hand rules over right hand in IPL!

Left hand batsmen have passed the IPL test with flying colors taking prime slots amongst highest run getters.

Sachin Tendulkar is India`s Don Bradman: Matthew Hayden

Sachin Tendulkar has always been showered with the biggest of compliments but Matthew Hayden took it to a new level as he placed the senior batsman above the game itself.

Experienced players being pushed out too soon: Shaun Tait

Former Australia pacer Shaun Tait feels that seasoned players like Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden, Jason Gillespie shouldn`t have hurried retired which would have enabled a smooth transition for the next generation.

Matthew Hayden to promote Queensland among Indian tourists

In a bid to tap the growing Indian overseas traveller market, Australian state of Queensland has roped in cricket legend Matthew Hayden for a new tourism campaign.

Gavaskar loses cool as fans ‘mob’ him for autographs

Fans making a beeline for autographs and photographs outside the commentary box during the third India-Australia Test, left the legendary Sunil Gavaskar fuming after their over-enthusiastic chatter ‘disturbed’ him while on the job.

Dhawan`s 100 will be spoken about for a long time: Hayden

Former Australian batsman Matthew Hayden praised Shikhar Dhawan`s magnificent hundred on debut and feels that innings will be spoken about for a long time.

Hayden gives slip fielding tips to Kohli

A butter-fingered Virat Kohli on Saturday received tips on the nuances of slip catching from Australian great Matthew Hayden, who seemed to have stressed on the importance of watching the ball and the bowler all the way down the pitch while fielding at the slip cordon.

Hayden bats for Watson;Ponting, Hussey keep mum on team crisis

Sacked Australian vice-captain Shane Watson today got the backing of former opening batsman Matthew Hayden while ex-captain Ricky Ponting refused comment on the unprecedented dumping of four key players from the team for the third Test against India.

Sehwag could have scored a 300 in Mohali, says Hayden

Virender Sehwag`s axing from the Indian squad for the third and fourth Test would make Australia "happy" and the struggling opener, according to Matthew Hayden, could have broken his run of poor scores with a "triple ton" in Mohali.

Gambhir`s absence is good for Australia: Hayden

Gautam Gambhir`s exclusion from India`s squad for the first two Tests against Australia is a "positive" development for the tourists, feels former cricketer Matthew Hayden.

James Anderson is a B-Grade bowler: Hayden

Former Australia opener Matthew Hayden has called James Anderson a “B-Grade bowler.