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LONDON (Reuters) - West Indies skipper Jason Holder says he is not interested in personal accolades ahead of the first test against England starting on Wednesday despite it being billed as a clash between the world's best two all rounders.
(Reuters) - BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly will don the selector's hat when he picks his best 11 players from the England and West Indies squads for a fantasy cricket competition ahead of the first test in Southampton on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Stand-in England captain Ben Stokes says regular skipper Joe Root has given him a simple piece of advice ahead of Wednesday's first test with West Indies -- do it your way.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's cricket board will only consider staging the Indian Premier League (IPL) abroad as a last resort if there is no other way to salvage the lucrative limited-overs tournament this year, a top BCCI official has told Reuters.
The retirement of badminton legend Lin Dan leaves China without a ready replacement to take over as conqueror of the world. The country has been blessed with many unforgettable players who ruled through the decades, ever since it came out of its self-imposed isolation in 1992. Here’s a look at some of the best Chinese players to have graced the world’s courts.
(Reuters) - The International Cricket Council (ICC) will not launch an investigation into match fixing claims linked with the 2011 World Cup final due to a lack of supporting evidence, anti-corruption unit general manager Alex Marshall said on Friday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - International cricket will gingerly ease out of a 117-day shutdown in Southampton next week but the scars of the COVID-19 pandemic will be clearly evident at the Ageas Bowl.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand batting coach Peter Fulton is stepping down from the role and taking the head coach's job at first class side Canterbury, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) are set to shed some light on the course of action before resuming the badminton season in September.
(Reuters) - India's Arjun Atwal has turned up lighter, stronger and pain-free for this week's Rocket Mortgage Classic as he seeks to follow Phil Mickelson's example for longevity on the PGA Tour.