Modi cricket diplomacy: Gavaskar, Kapil part of PM's delegation to Australia

In what seems to be smart cricket diplomacy, Prime Minister Modi has roped in former captains Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar to be part of his official delegation to three Australian cities -- Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.

Kumar Sangakkara breaks Don Bradman`s record of most 190 plus scores

The imperious Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara breaks the 66-year-old record for most scores of 190 plus held by Sir Donald Bradman of Australia. On Saturday, the former Sri Lanka captain completed his 10th Test double century and 13th 190 plus score at Galle.

Bradman`s `debut` Test bat expected to fetch 145000 dollars in auction

The cricket bat used by Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman while beginning his Test career has reportedly been put up for auction and is expected to fetch up to 145000 Australian dollars.

Shane Warne a favourite for knighthood to the Order of Australia

Australian spin legend Shane Warne has reportedly been tipped as a top favourite to be granted a knighthood after Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that the country could reintroduce knights and dames to the Order of Australia.

Lyon equals Johnson`s unique batting feat which even Bradman failed to achieve

Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has equaled a unique feat which even legendary batsman Sir Donald Bradman could not achieve during his cricket career.

India set for emotional Tendulkar finale at Wankhede

Sachin Tendulkar is set for an emotional farewell when he plays his 200th and final Test at home in Mumbai from Thursday, exactly 24 years after he began his record-breaking career.

Bradman`s `1948 Invincibles-signed` bat auctioned for 65,000 dollars

A bat used by Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman and autographed by his 1948 `Invincibles` side was reportedly auctioned for 65,000 dollars in Melbourne on Thursday.

Tendulkar is best batsman I have seen in my life: Hanif

Pakistan batting great, Hanif Muhammad today rated Sachin Tendulkar better than the legendary Australian Sir Donald Bradman and described him as the best batsman he has seen in my life.

Sachin leaves mark of true greatness on the game: Vaughan

Comparing Sachin Tendulkar`s 100 international centuries to Sir Donald Bradman`s Test average of 99.94, former England captain Michael Vaughan said only "true greats in sport set an unreachable benchmark".

Bradman great but Sachin greatest: Nasser Hussain

In the never-ending debate on who among Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest batsman of all time, former England captain Nasser Hussain on Friday said his vote goes to the iconic Indian.

Sachin Tendulkar to bat in top gear in Adelaide

In his quest for a 100th international century, Sachin Tendulkar has often lost his wicket to defensive batting but the Indian icon is expected to be in top gear in the fourth and final Test against Australia starting here on Tuesday.

Team is priority than records for unselfish Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke had the chance to go past Sir Donald Bradman during his maiden unbeaten triple century in the second Test against India but the unselfish Australian captain said he wasn`t even thinking about surpassing the legend as team interest came first for him.

Tendulkar greater than Bradman, says researcher

An Economics researcher claims to have found an answer to one of the biggest debates in international cricket by picking Indian icon Sachin Tendulkar as the greatest Test batsman ever over late Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman.

Rahul Dravid to deliver Bradman lecture

Rahul Dravid has been chosen to deliver the annual Sir Donald Bradman Oration this year.

Bradman’s letter reveals concern for cricket’s future

Previously unseen letters from Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman reveal that he harboured major fears for cricket’s future.

Just married and ready to play, Ashwin joins Bradman club

He is just one Test old but R Ashwin has already joined an illustrious group of cricketers, that includes Sir Donald Bradman.

ODI was a brainchild of Sir Don: Bill Lawry

One-day cricket was the brainchild of Sir Donald Bradman and it was only money and nothing else which encouraged its introduction into the international arena, believes former Australian captain Bill Lawry.

Chappell tells coaches to follow Bradman’s advice of pitching the ball up

Greg Chappell has urged coaches around the country to follow the advice once dropped by cricketing legend Sir Don Bradman - that of pitching the ball up.

Bradman’s bat goes under hammer

An old bat used by legend Don Bradman during the Ashes 1930 would go under the hammer.

Bradman’s iconic ‘backyard cricket’ bats up for grabs

Sir Donald Bradman’s bat used for playing cricket in his backyard will go under hammer.