India vs Sri Lanka: Don't take overseas coaches seriously, Greg Chappell once rejected Deepak Chahar, says Venkatesh Prasad
Prasad was referring to the time when Chappell was appointed Rajasthan Cricket Academy's Director of Cricket by former IPL chief Lalit Modi after he resigned from India coach's position.
Rahul Dravid 'picked our brains' and developed structure in India to find young talent, says Greg Chappell
Chappell, one of the finest batsmen to have played the game, cautioned that talented Australian cricketers might find their careers at crossroads because of the domestic structure.
Young Australian cricketers are still in 'primary school' compared to Indian counterparts, says Greg Chappell
An Injury-hit India sans their star players notched up an incredible 2-1 win over Australia in the four-Test series and Chappell believes it is the robust domestic structure and efforts put in by BCCI which prepares its youngsters to take on the rigours of international cricket.
India vs Australia: 'I am representation of new India', says Virat Kohli on playing cricket with an 'Australian mindset'
On the eve of the first Test against Australia, Kohli was asked about his aggressive brand of cricket coupled with a fighting attitude that the former Australia captain, who also served as India coach, found similar to the mindset of his countrymen.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli the 'most Australian non-Australian' cricketer of all time, says Greg Chappell
Chappell invoked Mahatma Gandhi before crediting Kohli's intensity for bringing about a paradigm shift in Indian cricket.
Virat Kohli is one of game's most influential personalities, say ex-Australia players Greg Chappell, Mark Taylor
Virat Kohli is "a very powerful guy" in world cricket who can perform both the roles of an aggressive cricketer and a statesman with great aplomb, feels former Australian captain Mark Taylor.
Kirsten said he went for interview on the invitation of Gavaskar, who was part of the coach selection panel, and ended up with the job after being offered his predecessor Greg Chappell's contract.
Debate over ICC's ban on saliva a 'bloody storm in a teacup', says former Australia captain Greg Chappell
Former India coach Greg Chappell says talks of saliva ban tilting the balance towards batsmen is a "bloody storm in a teacup" but sweat will also be very effective when it comes to shining the ball in Test cricket.
Irfan Pathan retires: Once a swing-bowling sensation, left arm seamer bids adieu to 'glittering' career of unfulfilled promises
From the point of view of Indian cricket, Irfan Pathan's career is of unfulfilled potential, in short bursts there were glitter but the towering expectations of being the next Kapil Dev, the next Wasim Akram in the lack of clear roadmap was a bit too much for the wonder as he lost his consistency and zing.
Australia vs New Zealand: Hot favourites Tim Paine and Co expected to continue winning run but Kiwis not an 'average' Test side anymore
Home advantage is massive in Test cricket. However, this New Zealand side has started to show an ability to overcome adverse conditions and find a way to be successful.
Australia are on the hunt for a new national selector after Greg Chappell announced his retirement from the game on Thursday.
Australia's Peter Siddle, Dan Christian to co-captain Prime Minister's XI in T20 against Sri Lanka in October
Siddle, was a member of Australia's Test squad which recently retained the Ashes in England.
Venugopal Rao says playing alongside Sachin Tendulkar and against Pakistan highest point in international career
The 37-year-old Rao on Tuesday announced retirement from all forms of the game after playing 16 ODIs between 2005 and 2006, from which he scored 218 runs with the help of a half-century.
It is misconception that if you've played more you've more knowledge or power, says India's chief selector MSK Prasad
The chairman of the selection committee, MSK Prasad, spoke on a variety of issues ranging from the jibes on his stature (his Test record is six matches), allegations that the Indian team management bullies him, lack of vision and the 'lame duck' jibe by none other than the legendary Sunil Gavaskar.
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell reveals battle with skin cancer; ready to commentate on upcoming Ashes
Chappell, who played 75 Tests for Australia between 1964 and 1980, has completed five weeks of intense radiation therapy after he had skin cancers removed from his shoulder, neck and underarm.
WV Raman faces tough challenge of resolving infight between senior women cricketers, convert warring groups into a team again
How well WV Raman manages to get the warring groups to sit together and take on a common enemy will define his role in the team.
European Super League and the dissimilarities in similarities with Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket
Despite similarities in the need to initiate the European Super League and the World Cricket Series, the dissimilarities in impact are likely to make the the masses view the two breakaway tournaments in different lights
India vs West Indies: At 33, Ambati Rayudu's decision to focus solely on white ball cricket stands him and India in good stead
There is a fair indication that Ambati Rayudu has spent time mulling the decision to quit First-Class cricket. It will not only work in his favour but also benefit the Indian ODI squad and the Hyderabad Ranji Trophy team.
Jose Mourinho's troubles at Manchester United bear resemblance to Greg Chappell's tumultuous tenure as India cricket coach
Jose Mourinho's struggles with Manchester United bear an uncanny resemblance with the problems that Greg Chappell faced during his tenure as coach of the Indian cricket team.
CoA may discuss England tour with India coach Ravi Shastri, might seek report on team's below par show
It will be CoA's call whether they want to meet Ravi Shastri in person or seek his feedback via written report