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TA Sekhar likely to replace Waqar as bowling coach

t bowling coach of the Vision 2020 project. Although the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is yet to make a formal announcement, it was learnt that Sekhar, at this point in time, is the favourite to take up the role. An announcement on this matter will be ... The Telegraph, 2 days ago

Here's why India's quicks aren't fast, furious

They are bowling fast these days but breaking down faster. India's fast bowlers — a rare breed — are falling prey to frequent injuries, attributed to flawed training and wrong priorities. The Test series thrashing in England is still fresh. A ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Why India's quicks aren't fast, furious  Hindustan Times1 week ago
New Indian Express

BCCI and Pace Foundation Tie-Up Heralds New Innings for Pigeon

CHENNAI: The BCCI on Tuesday signed an MoU with the MRF Pace Foundation for a period of five years, whereby the current crop of Indian fast bowlers and upcoming youngsters will train at the foundation under its director Glenn McGrath. BCCI interim ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
India Today

Amre shows the way for freelance coaching, says S. Kannan

Pravin Amre has worked with a number of India players. Such is the magic of one-day cricket that it can make one forget even excruciating losses suffered in Test cricket a short while ago. The gap between Tests and ODIs in England was not long, ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

No Blossom in the Cherry for Dhoni and Co

CHENNAI: Misery loves company, they say. So India, after losing their titular pacer Ishant Sharma for the third and fourth Tests — at a time when he seemed to have cracked the code of consistency in the longest version of the game — are now ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Call Intensifies for Ashwin Inclusion

CHENNAI: Abject surrender was how Sunil Gavaskar described India's 266-run loss to England in the third Test. Skipper MS Dhoni's team selection and strategy, choice of bowlers in particular, has come in for strong criticism. Several former ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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