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Australia's Cummins not interested in white-ball captaincyRediff.com6 hours ago
Pat Cummins is focused on doing justice to his appointment as Australia's new test captain and believes limited-overs leadership would be "too much" for him, the 28-year-old said on Saturday.
Australia recall Khawaja for AshesRediff.com17 Nov 2021
Khawaja to battle Head for openers' spot as Australia name squad for first two Tests.
2022 ICC T20 World Cup venues revealed, final at MCGRediff.com16 Nov 2021
Among the countries that have directly qualified for the Super 12 are defending champions Australia and runner-up New Zealand.
WBBL: Mandhana steers Sydney Thunder to win; Shafali failsRediff.com14 Nov 2021
India's limited overs vice-captain Smriti Mandhana slammed a 39-ball 45 to power defending champions Sydney Thunder to a six-wicket win over Sydney Sixers in the Women's Big Bash league.
Figure out the all-conquering Shastri-Kohli partnershipRediff.com8 Nov 2021
India had more good days than bad with the Ravi Shastri-Virat Kohli combination at the helm of affairs and, as the cracking partnership of nearly seven years comes to an end, here's a look at their major achievements.
India's Harmanpreet, Deepti shine in WBBLRediff.com31 Oct 2021
India T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur and all-rounder Deepti Sharma came up with match-winning performances for their respective teams in the Women's Big Bash League on Sunday.
WBBL: Harmanpreet, Rodrigues shine for MelbourneRediff.com16 Oct 2021
India captain Harmanpreet Kaur held her nerves under pressure while opener Jemimah Rodrigues scored an invaluable 33 as Melbourne Renegades beat hosts Hobart Hurricanes by six wickets in a Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) match in Hobart on Saturday.
Archer, Stokes out of England's squad for AshesRediff.com10 Oct 2021
England on Sunday named their strongest available squad for the Ashes tour to Australia as all-rounders Ben Stokes and Sam Curran missed out but seamer Stuart Broad was included despite the calf injury he picked up in the Test series against India.
Perth Ashes Test in doubt due to COVID-19 curbs: MinisterRediff.com28 Sep 2021
Perth may not be able to hold an Ashes Test over Australia's home summer due to COVID-19 restrictions, sports minister Richard Colbeck said on Tuesday.
Teams may refuse to play Afghanistan at T20 World Cup: PaineRediff.com13 Sep 2021
Australia captain Tim Paine said the chances of their first ever test against Afghanistan going ahead are "not looking good" with the Taliban unwilling to let women play cricket and questioned why the game's governing body had remained quiet on the issue.
Ponting lends support to embattled Australia coach LangerRediff.com31 Aug 2021
'Me and a lot of his close friends have reached out to him.'
Rishabh Pant insists batting first was a team decisionRediff.com26 Aug 2021
India's wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant has backed his skipper Virat Kohli's decision to bat first while admitting that the wicket was "soft" in the morning as the visitors were bowled out for 78 against England on the opening day of the third Test here on Wednesday.
We could have applied ourselves much better: PantRediff.com26 Aug 2021
'I see it as an opportunity to move on. I am not thinking too much about pressure as at the end of the day, everyone is thinking good for the team. So we need to take everything on our chin rather than thinking about pressure.
PIX: England on top after pacers demolish India for 78Rediff.com26 Aug 2021
Images from Day 1 of the third Test between England and India, at Leeds, on Wednesday.
Rashid Khan tense as family stuck in Afghanistan: KPRediff.com16 Aug 2021
'We had a long chat here on the boundary talking about it and he's worried: he can't get his family out of Afghanistan and there's a lot of things happening for him.'
Pujara, Rahane break 62-year recordRediff.com16 Aug 2021
Rajneesh Gupta presents all the interesting numbers from Day 4 of the India-England Test at Lord's.
A Match of Many RecordsRediff.com20 Jul 2021
The first One-Day International between India and Sri Lanka witnessed important milestones being set and new records being made.
Carey to lead Australia in Finch's absence in ODIs vs WindiesRediff.com20 Jul 2021
Australia, without a number of key players who skipped the tour, were thrashed 4-1 in the T20 series by the Caribbeans.
Raman backs Shaw to open with skipper DhawanRediff.com17 Jul 2021
The Indian squad comprises many openers like Devdutt Padikkal, Ruturaj Gaikwad, apart from Dhawan and Shaw, but Raman felt that having played for India earlier would go into Shaw's favour.
Yashpal Sharma: Of guts, pride and Dilip Kumar's wordRediff.com13 Jul 2021
The World Cup belonged to Yashpal as much as it belonged to Kapil Dev, Mohinder Amarnath or Roger Binny, whose performances are often highlighted.
Meet Wimbledon champion Ash BartyRediff.com10 Jul 2021
World number one Ash Barty became the first Australian woman to win the Wimbledon singles title for 41 years on Saturday when she defeated Czech Karolina Pliskova in the final.
BCCI insists Shaw and Padikkal continue Sri Lanka tourRediff.com7 Jul 2021
The BCCI is not sending either Prithvi Shaw or Devdutt Padikkal to England as a replacement for the injured Shubman Gill, who has been ruled out of the five-match Test series with shin splints.
Why women's Tests should be five-day contestsRediff.com6 Jul 2021
Australia captain Meg Lanning wants women's Tests to be made five-day contests, like it is for their male counterparts, to get more results and cited the recent rain-affected drawn game between India and England to call for the change.
'Most of the time I outsmart Yamaraj'Rediff.com5 Jul 2021
'But he doesn't let me forget when he wins,' Dr Sanjeeth Peter tells us in this fascinating, multi-part, diary of a Covid Warrior.
Is time running out for trophy-less Kohli?Rediff.com26 Jun 2021
Kohli has so far led India in three ICC events -- the 2017 Champions Trophy, the 2019 50-over World Cup and the recently completed inaugural edition of the World Test Championship (WTC). In all these events, India managed to reach the closing stages, but the trophy eluded the team.
PIX: India in battle for survival after Southee strikesRediff.com23 Jun 2021
Images from Day 5 of the ICC World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand, at The Hampshire Bowl, in Southampton, on Tuesday.
Star-studded economic panel marks Stalin's break with pastRediff.com22 Jun 2021
Chief Minister MK Stalin has shown that he is cut from a different cloth when it comes to embracing what is current, modern and absolutely necessary. Thus, even while retaining the spirit and content of the pan-Tamil, Dravidian socio-political and socio-economic ideology to the 't', his government has also acknowledged the need to accepting scientifically-proven facts in operational matters, says N Sathiya Moorthy.
The 10 Top Liveable Cities in the WorldRediff.com14 Jun 2021
Auckland in New Zealand has been named the world's most liveable city.
Teen McKeown breaks 100m backstroke world recordRediff.com13 Jun 2021
The previous long course best of 57.57 was set by US swimmer Regan Smith at the 2019 World Championships.
WTC final: Adaptability will be key, feels AshwinRediff.com11 Jun 2021
Ashwin spoke about how WTC has provided a context to Test cricket and would love to see more traditional format games in neutral venues.
Root is an unimaginative captain: ChappellRediff.com6 Jun 2021
'There's a difference between a captain who consults and one who is uncertain; dithering is a bad look for a captain. There are times in Australia when a captain has to be imaginative in order to force the issue and this is not one of Root's strengths.'
How Shastri motivated Siraj to stay back in Australia after father's deathRediff.com3 Jun 2021
India pacer Mohammed Siraj revealed that words of encouragement from head coach Ravi Shastri during the team's tour of Australia made him change his mind about returning home after his father's death.
Meet the top women's contenders at French OpenRediff.com27 May 2021
Penpix of the top women's contenders at the 2021 French Open which begins on Sunday
There is optimism for 'full crowds' for Ashes seriesRediff.com19 May 2021
CA said it had built quarantine periods for touring squads into the schedule but it is unlikely at this stage that England fans will be able to travel
Nadal overcomes blip to down Djokovic in finalRediff.com17 May 2021
Rafael Nadal warmed up for the French Open with a battling 7-5, 1-6, 6-3 win over world number one Novak Djokovic as the Spaniard claimed a record-extending 10th Italian Open title in Rome on Sunday in the latest chapter of their rivalry.
India's confidence level high ahead of England tour, says ShamiRediff.com16 May 2021
Veteran India pacer Mohammed Shami says he has found his 'rhythm' during the now-suspended IPL and feels the upcoming UK tour will be a successful one for the team if it is able to replicate the stellar performance of the last six months.
Kohli is best batsman in the world, will always remember him: PaineRediff.com16 May 2021
Virat Kohli seems to have left an indelible mark on Australian Test captain Tim Paine, who says he will "always remember" the Indian skipper for being the world's best batsman, capable of also getting under the opposition's skin with his competitiveness.
Was worried about my technique after getting dropped in Aus: ShawRediff.com19 Apr 2021
'After returning from Australia, I worked with my coach Prashant Shetty sir and also Pravin Amre sir before going to the Vijay Hazare Trophy, and it worked quite well. I played my natural game in Vijay Hazare Trophy, but I made a small technical change. After that, it's going well.'
Shaw has made a comeback like a champion, says DhawanRediff.com12 Apr 2021
Senior pro Shikhar Dhawan was delighted with his young opening partner Prithvi Shaw's smashing comeback with the bat in the IPL opening match.
Prithvi Shaw opens up about returning to formRediff.com11 Apr 2021
Made small changes in my technique: Prithvi Shaw