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Matthew Hayden

MATTHEW Hayden was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen - and one of its great enigmas. A devout Catholic, and a ruthless on-field sledger....

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Mike Adamson , James Dart , Sean Ingle

The Ashes 2005 saw an almighty clash between age-old enemies: England versus Australia; Freddie versus Gilly; the King of Spain versus the King of Spin; worker ...

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Suvam Pal

When he picks up the willow, cricket fans across the world hold their breath. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is not just a cricketer, but an inspirer of dreams, a stat...

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Rajan Bala

If this brief work on "the Phenomenon", Sachin Tendulkar, is being brought out at about the half stage of his wonderful career, it is but appropriate....

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Anomymous

"Sachin Sachin" will reverberate in my ears till I stop breathing' Sachin Tendulkar: The Man Cricket Loved Back is an ESPNcricinfo anthology of fi...

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Sanjay Manjrekar

In Imperfect, Sanjay Manjrekar uses his famous analytical powers to look back on his own career as a cricketer. His photographic memory takes the reader along o...

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Steve Waugh

Thus, Waugh's cricket diary of 2002 becomes a personal study of victory and defeat. Waugh examines the reasons why his cricket adventure has turned slightly...

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Aakash Chopra

'When you are Rajasthan, last in the plate division, never having won the title, never even coming close to a final in over three decades, you don' t play to wi...

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Andrew Flintoff

Andrew Flintoff, the new England captain, is one of the most exciting sportsmen in the world, and, following the historic Ashes victory of 2005, one of the nati...

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Mukul Kesavan

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David Gower

From the moment he hooked his first ball in Test cricket to the boundary, David Gower has been in a class of his own when it comes to style and panache. In 114 ...

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