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Australia vs India 2014-15

David Warner cried uncontrollably during first net session after Phil Hughes' death, claims Chris Rogers

Rogers also stated that several Australian players were not in favour of playing cricket immediately after Hughes' death.

Chris Rogers' recalls his fear of death after being hit on the head during the first Test against India in 2014

Rodgers wrote about the incident in his autobiography.

Ravichandran Ashwin says getting a five-wicket haul is like an addiction for him

Ashwin also spoke about how he felt after being dropped by the team against Australia in 2014.

Felt sick after a bouncer hit Virat Kohli's helmet during 2014 Adelaide Test, says Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson released his autobiography recently and was highlighting a few incidents from the book.

Ravi Shastri says Virat Kohli has the same mindset as Viv Richards

The 53-year-old also spoke about his time with the Indian team.

What happens to Rohit Sharma in Test Cricket

Rohit Sharma is one of the leading batsmen in shorter forms of the game, but in Tests, he has not justified his talent and batting position.

Glenn Maxwell explains how Virender Sewag's relaxed attitude brought fresh perspective to his own game

Glenn Maxwell and David Warner speak about how Virender Sehwag influenced their game.

Phillip Hughes - A story of misfortune, tragedy and love

Remembering Australia's Phillip Hughes on his one-year death anniversary.

Indian batting coach prefers Rohit Sharma over Cheteshwar Pujara

Indian batting coach's comments.

The making of Captain Kohli

The captaincy changed hands, from someone who never wanted to lose, to someone who always wanted to win.

What India gained despite losing the World Cup

What Indian cricket team gained despite losing world cup? Did they spend 4 months in Australia for nothing?

Always believed that I would play for India: KL Rahul

KL Rahul talks about the experience of playing for India and facing the likes of Dale Steyn.

Harbhajan Singh: Lack of practice hurt Indian bowlers

Harbhajan Singh is of the belief that lack of practice was the reason behind the Indian bowlers' inconsistency during their dismal tour of Australia.

Sydney hundred gave me immense confidence, says triple centurion KL Rahul

KL Rahul reacts to his triple century in the Ranji Trophy yesterday.

Steven Smith wins Allan Border Medal in recognition of outstanding last 12 months

List of winners at the Allan Border Medal ceremony held on Tuesday.

Opening with Dhawan for World Cup might have to be reassessed: Sunil Gavaskar

The 65-year-old talks about Shikhar Dhawan's woeful run with the bat.

Steven Smith's rich vein of form reminds me of Ricky Ponting: Shane Watson

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has heaped lavish praise on middle-order batsman Steven Smith.

A tribute to MS Dhoni: India's greatest wicketkeeper-batsman

A tribute to MS Dhoni.

MS Dhoni's Test retirement won't make me change my approach: Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha speaks about the Australia tour and reveals what MS Dhoni told the team when he retired.

Is Cricket a game only for batsmen?

18th January 2015; 2 cricket matches were played on this day. One can be put under the head “An even contest between bat and ball” and the second one; under the heading “Cricket is a batsmen’s game”. For those of you who follow the game know by now which two matches are being referred to. India and Australia carried on from where they had left off in the Test series. The script was pretty much the
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