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IPL 2012 : News

IPL made a positive impact on world cricket: Nannes

Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Dirk Nannes feels that the high-profile Indian Premier League has been a good learning experience for players from across the countries, and the Twenty20 tournament has made a positive impact on world cricket.

What a revelation Nadeem has been for the Daredevils

Everyone said we don’t have a spinner this season. But look at Shahbaz Nadeem, he has proved to be a match-winner for us. Kevin Pietersen writes.

Kotla crowd epitomises spirit of Indian cricket

Whenever I come to the Ferozshah Kotla, it reminds me of Anil Kumble’s 10-wicket haul. This ground and crowd has always been dear to me. Sourav Ganguly writes.

It's wrong to crucify players unsuited for Twenty20 format

This edition of the IPL, like all previous seasons, has brought lesser-known domestic cricketers to the fore.  Aakash Chopra writes.

Captain Courageous will always get more success

Michael Clarke is quickly establishing a well-deserved reputation for brave and aggressive captaincy. His entertaining approach is based on one premise; try to win the match from the opening delivery. Ian Chappell writes.

Averse to change, Dada chugs along

While most players have an elaborate pre-match routine, Sourav Ganguly prefers to keep his simple and uncomplicated. Amrit Mathur writes.

Dada was great. There, I said it

I've been twirling a particular cricket ball at home since Saturday night's Pune Warriors-Delhi Daredevils match at the Kotla. Indrajit Hazra writes.

Discipline a must to tackle hectic schedule

It was really hard to travel across the South and then to the North for back-to-back matches. This is exactly what the youngsters who cherish to play for India should learn, to deliver under trying circumstances. Sourav Ganguly writes.

Feisty Sourav bodes well for the Pune Warriors

The sight of Sourav Ganguly running is still vivid in my mind. He ran faster after claiming my wicket than when he ran in to deliver the ball. It was good entertainment. Kevin Pietersen writes.

Scheduling woes make it an unequal league

When the Pune Warriors took on the Delhi Daredevils on Tuesday, they were facing the same opposition in successive games for the second time in three weeks. Amol Karhadkar reports.

Hussey doing fine, but his best yet to come

The Kings XI were dealt a blow with the injury to Adam Gilchrist, but one win and loss after David Hussey took over isn't too bad a record. Mark Waugh writes.

No stadium is big enough when Viru hits top gear

The countdown has started and as we approach the business end of the tournament, every game will have its significance in terms of points earned or lost. Sourav Ganguly writes.

Kotla is my showpiece venue

We are a happy dressing room as we are back at the top of the table. We are playing good cricket and backing each other up.

Never mind the naysayers, T20 is a serious business

Unlike the previous seasons, some of the legends, who have lost contact with top-flight cricket, are finding it tough to keep up with the demands of T20 cricket. Aakash Chopra writes.

Faf has filled in for Mike admirably

Faf du Plessis has been an excellent replacement and has filled in the role that Mike Hussey would have done for us as an opener. Stephen Fleming writes.
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IPL made a positive impact on world cricket: Nannes

Dirk Nannes and Ray Jenning
Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Dirk Nannes feels that the high-profile Indian Premier League has been a good learning experience for players from across the countries, and the Twenty20 tournament has made a positive impact on world cricket.

What a revelation Nadeem has been for the Daredevils

Kotla crowd epitomises spirit of Indian cricket

It's wrong to crucify players unsuited for Twenty20 format

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