Now, South Africa takes potshot at CA’s controversial rotation policy

Australia’s rotation policy has received another rebuke after South Africa announced that they would not contemplate it in Tests.

Clarke concedes rotation policy hurting Oz

Captain Michael Clarke has admitted Cricket Australia’s (CA) dubious rotation policy is hurting them as in-form players are not getting a proper run in the team.

Govt to rotate 22 bureaucrats

The government has decided to transfer 22 all-India service officials, working in one ministry for over seven years, by the end of this month.

Tendulkar defends rotation policy in Australia

Tendulkar defended the controversial rotation policy that was adopted during the disastrous tour of Australia.

There is good reason behind Dhoni`s moves: Akram

Pakistan pace legend Wasim Akram has backed Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s controversial rotation policy, saying that there is "good reason" behind the move as senior players are either "not in his control" or they have become a "liability".

Dhoni may have been asked to follow the rotation policy: Bedi

Dhoni may have been forced to implement the rotational policy on senior players following a diktat by the BCCI.

Dhoni may have been asked to follow the rotation policy: Bedi

Former Indian captain Bishen Singh Bedi says that MS Dhoni might have been forced to implement the rotational policy on senior players by BCCI.

Rotation shouldn`t be restricted to top order: Chopra

Former India opener Aakash Chopra feels that the rotation should not be restricted to the top three batsman only and rather there should be a change in the middle-order of the team as well.

A player like Tendulkar cannot be rested: Akram

Baffled with the rotation policy, former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram said it does not work in the sub-continent and the Indian team management should not have rested a player of Sachin Tendulkar`s stature.

Is rotation best answer to protect fast bowlers?

Fast bowlers must embrace Cricket Australia`s new rotation policy if want to last long in Test cricket, a leading coach has suggested even though some others feel that the idea still needs to be debated.