Asked if India could bounce back after losing the first Test, Waugh said: "No hope, no hope."
India vs Australia: Brad Haddin feels visitors won’t be able to script turnaround after humiliating first Test defeat
India were bundled out for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in their second innings as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
Former Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin picks the batsmen he would want to bat for his life, the experience of sharing the dressing room with Yuvraj Singh, and more on Yorked as he joins us for a round of quick questions.
The Road Safety World Series, featuring cricket greats such as Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara, has been postponed to a later date in view of the rising coronavirus threat in Maharashtra. The organisers said the dates for the remaining seven games will be announced later.
West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara on Friday joined the star-studded list of players who have confirmed their participation in the charity cricket match organised to raise funds for Australia's bushfire victims.
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and Pakistan fast bowling great Wasim Akram became the first players outside Australia to confirm their availability for the charity cricket match organised to raise funds for the bushfire victims.
Haddin joins former England coach Trevor Bayliss, who was appointed Sunrisers head coach last month, replacing fellow Australian Tom Moody.
Ashes 2019: Australia captain Tim Paine says he won't waste time worrying over place in team, says he's here to 'do a job'
Australia captain Tim Paine says he has no fears about losing his place as he prepares to lead his team in the first Ashes Test against England on Thursday.
Ashes 2019: Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle shine on Day 1 of Australia's intra-squad warm-up match at Hampshire
Pat Cummins and Petter Siddle both took three wickets each out of the 17 to fall as bowlers dominated the first day of Australia's intra-squad match at Hampshire's Rose Bowl ground.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Former wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says choosing Australia's 'best XI' following Marcus Stoinis' injury will be tough
After all-rounder Marcus Stoinis' injury, the Australian side are facing major challenges in choosing their playing XI as assistant coach Brad Haddin said that they are still finding their best.
A surprise selection in the first T20I, Australia's Peter Handscomb says he wants to don the gloves in ODIs too and is willing to work on his fitness to manage the workload of wicket-keeping and batting in the middle order.
South Africa vs Australia: Under new skipper Tim Paine, visitors look to regroup and move past ball-tampering scandal
Tim Paine was so depressed at the state of his career that he was even on the verge of quitting to take up a job offer with cricket equipment manufacturer Kookaburra.
Australia Test spinner Nathan Lyon will captain the Prime Minister's XI against England in a Twenty20 match in Canberra next month.
Australia appoint former captain Ricky Ponting as assistant coach for triangular T20 series against England, New Zealand
Ponting has been brought into the coaching setup as Graeme Hick, David Saker and Brad Haddin will leave early to begin preparations for Australia’s tour of South Africa in March.
Ashes 2017: Australia include Cameron Bancroft, but Tim Paine, Shaun Marsh's recall reveals their limited bench strength
Paine's rather average first-class record and lack of match time may go against him, while Marsh does not have the numbers to warrant a place in the Australian side.
Former wicketkeeper Brad Haddin joins Australian team support staff as fielding coach until the end of 2019. Haddin says he wants to replicate the standards set by Ponting and Symonds.
Former wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and fast bowler Ryan Harris were drafted into the Australian coaching set-up for the one-day series against New Zealand.
Live updates and reactions from the second ODI between India and Australia at the Gabba, Brisbane
Indian cricket – and Dhoni therein – is heavily dependent on its part-timers for success in limited-overs cricket. But the landscape today, as pointed out in Perth, has changed.
Somewhat overshadowed after Perth were Dhoni’s more rational thoughts on the DRS, and whether it is flawed technology.