Rishabh Pant changed course of three Tests, most don't contribute that many in a career, says Ian Chappell
Chappell also wrote that Pant, once criticised for his not so great glovework was commendable during the four Test matches.
T Natarajan 'elated, ecstatic' after receiving hero's welcome in hometown following success Down Under
To receive the pacer who recently made a successful debut across formats during the tour of Australia, thousands of people crowded on the roads of Sinappampatti village in Tamil Nadu's Salem district.
R Ashwin reveals Indian players were not allowed to enter the lift with Australians during Sydney Test
The seasoned spinner made the revelation during a YouTube video chat with India's fielding coach R Sridhar.
Ajinkya Rahane says Melbourne century was 'really crucial' to India's victorious Test campaign in Australia
Rahane said he didn't quite realise the value of his Melbourne effort that eventually became a building block for India's 2-1 series win against Australia.
Washington Sundar says he looks up to India coach Ravi Shastri for inspiration, adds it would be a ‘blessing’ to open in Tests
The 21-year-old Washington was a specialist top-order batsman during his India U-19 days but then honed his off-spin to such an extent that he is now an automatic choice in India's T20 team.
India vs Australia: Ravindra Jadeja reveals he was prepared to bat for '10-15 overs' with broken thumb at Sydney
Jadeja had sustained a thumb injury while batting in the first innings of the Sydney Test and was eventually ruled out for six weeks, leading to him getting ruled out of the England Test series.
Watch: Ravichandran Ashwin and R Sridhar reveal stories from India's epic Test series win in Australia
Ravichandran Ashwin and R Sridhar's video conversations provide insights into India's epic comeback in Australia.
'Ajinkya bhaiya asked me If could bowl': Navdeep Saini opens up on how he combatted groin pain to bowl in Brisbane Test
Navdeep Saini said he risked aggravating his injury by bowling in the second innings of the Brisbane Test but given what was at stake, "it was a no brainer".
Siraj turned out to be one of the architects of India's success and successfully stepped into the shoes of his senior pace colleagues after making his debut in the series-turning second Test in Melbourne.
"I can't believe the fallout from this Test is his captaincy, that's just an absolute joke," Handscomb told reporters.
India vs Australia: Umpires offered us option to leave Sydney Test midway amid racial abuse from crowd, says Mohammed Siraj
Siraj and his senior pace colleague Jasprit Bumrah faced racial abuse for two days at the Sydney Cricket Ground, forcing the Indian team management to lodge an official complaint with match referee David Boon. Cricket Australia later offered an unreserved apology for the incidents.
India vs Australia: Former wicketkeeper Ian Healy questions Tim Paine's captaincy and team's commitment after series loss
"They (Australians) played without real commitment. They weren't right in the contest often enough. There weren't hungry to convert 60 runs to 130 runs with individual totals," Healy said.
Inexperience can sometimes be a virtue.
Rahane, Shastri, star batsman Rohit Sharma, pacer Shardul Thakur, and opener Prithvi Shaw landed in Mumbai, while Brisbane Test hero Rishabh Pant arrived in Delhi early this morning.
Mohammad Hafeez said talent is not enough in modern day international cricket and what is more important is to have a proper process to "polish" the skills of the youngsters.
India vs Australia: Aussies have reason to be hurt more by battered India's audacity than series loss
At the end of the Test, Australia head coach Justin Langer said never ever ever underestimate Indians. That is what Australians learnt. But there is something more Indians taught. That in life or sports, never ever ever overestimate your opponent either. Believe.
Could India at last be knocking at the gates as Australia's peer competitor in cricket? The Australian media at least is beginning to think so.
India vs Australia: Michael Vaughan admits to being left with 'egg on face' after prediction of Aussie whitewash backfires
Vaughan had earlier predicted that India will be whitewashed 4-0 in the Test series after the visitors were humiliated in the first Test in Adelaide.
Brisbane showed that winning in the new-age world is possible with old-fashioned grace; that sometimes, no amount of words can do justice to the feeling you are left with after an exhausting grind of human will.
India vs Australia: Shane Warne feels Test series loss would result in 'huge fallout' in Australian team
Shane Warne said Australians failed to grab their chances in the Test series.