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‘Cricket Australia has to figure out what’s causing this’ - Ian Chappell on mental health issues

Young Victorian batsman Will Pucovski has become the third Australian cricketer to report mental health problems to the team management in just over two weeks.
File image of Ian Chappell.(File)
File image of Ian Chappell.(File)
Updated on Nov 15, 2019 07:36 AM IST
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Steve Smith, Virat Kohli success a study in individuality of batting: Ian Chappell

Kohli is a great role model for young players searching for a way to build their game for international success, writes Ian Chappell.
Virat Kohli and Steve Smith.(HT Collage/File)
Virat Kohli and Steve Smith.(HT Collage/File)
Updated on Nov 10, 2019 08:45 AM IST
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Pacers add new dimension to India: Ian Chappell

Bumrah when fit, the indefatigable Mohammed Shami, the vastly improved Ishant Sharma and the pacey Umesh Yadav, give India a quartet of fast bowlers that demand respect in all conditions.
Indian cricketers Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav(PTI)
Indian cricketers Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav(PTI)
Updated on Oct 27, 2019 11:57 AM IST
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Cricket needs to take climate change seriously: Ian Chappell

According to him, the administrators who are governing the sport must pay attention to the effects of climate change.
General view of the Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester during the Ashes.(Action Images via Reuters)
General view of the Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester during the Ashes.(Action Images via Reuters)
Updated on Sep 30, 2019 12:43 PM IST
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‘Greatest load of rubbish’: Former Australian captain slams Matthew Wade, Tim Paine for constant sledging, banter

Wade even took aim at umpire Kumar Dharamsena after an appeal was turned down.
Australia's Matthew Wade and England's Joe Root speak to umpire Kumar Dharmasena(Action Images via Reuters)
Australia's Matthew Wade and England's Joe Root speak to umpire Kumar Dharmasena(Action Images via Reuters)
Updated on Sep 16, 2019 09:54 AM IST
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Ashes 2019, England vs Australia: ‘Tim Paine lost his brain’ - Skipper Paine slammed for DRS mistake

Paine admitted after the defeat that he had “got every review wrong so far” and said he planned to put someone else in charge of the decisions in future.
Australia's Tim Paine looks dejected after losing the test(Action Images via Reuters)
Australia's Tim Paine looks dejected after losing the test(Action Images via Reuters)
Updated on Aug 26, 2019 09:50 AM IST
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Ian Chappell diagnosed with skin cancer

At this stage, the pathology report has come all clear and he is ready to commentate in the Ashes beginning with the first Test at Birmingham on August 1.
CARDIFF, WALES - JULY 09: Ian Chappell (R) of Australia is inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame by ICC President David Morgan during day two of the npower 1st Ashes Test Match between England and Australia at the SWALEC Stadium on July 9, 2009 in Cardiff, Wales.(Getty Images)
CARDIFF, WALES - JULY 09: Ian Chappell (R) of Australia is inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame by ICC President David Morgan during day two of the npower 1st Ashes Test Match between England and Australia at the SWALEC Stadium on July 9, 2009 in Cardiff, Wales.(Getty Images)
Published on Jul 18, 2019 02:11 PM IST
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Melbourne | ByPress Trust of India

ICC World Cup 2019: Power and many shades of Virat Kohli

For Kohli, the road to the World Cup was an extension of this formula: prepare, train, perform—then hit the repeat button.
Indian captain Virat Kohli(Action Images via Reuters)
Indian captain Virat Kohli(Action Images via Reuters)
Updated on Jul 04, 2019 09:19 AM IST
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ICC World Cup 2019: All-rounders with batting power crucial

Top of the list has to be India’s skipper Virat Kohli. He is the outstanding short form batsman and he’s on track to be deemed the greatest of all time, writes Ian Chappell
Ian Chappell of Australia is inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame by ICC President David Morgan during day two of the npower 1st Ashes Test Match between England and Australia at the SWALEC Stadium on July 9, 2009 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Tom Shaw/Getty Images)(Getty Images)
Ian Chappell of Australia is inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame by ICC President David Morgan during day two of the npower 1st Ashes Test Match between England and Australia at the SWALEC Stadium on July 9, 2009 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Tom Shaw/Getty Images)(Getty Images)
Updated on May 26, 2019 11:17 AM IST
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Opinion: Weather, bowling will dictate this tough-to-call World Cup - Ian Chappell

If it’s a damp summer then the team with the best seam attack will start with a huge advantage as batting will be a challenge. If, on the other hand it’s a dry summer, the batsmen will have the upper hand and it’ll be the attacks with plenty of variety – the accent on genuine pace and spin – that are likely to make the World Cup final.
File image of Virat Kohli with his teammates.(Getty Images)
File image of Virat Kohli with his teammates.(Getty Images)
Updated on Apr 14, 2019 09:53 AM IST
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Only fresh talent can sustain Australia’s resurgence: Ian Chappell

If something isn’t done to ensure that talented batting prospects are forthcoming in the future, then the renaissance just experienced in India might be short-lived
Australia in action against India on their recent tour.(AFP)
Australia in action against India on their recent tour.(AFP)
Updated on Mar 17, 2019 10:23 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByIan Chappell

Proper technique, not just safety checks, a must for bouncers: Ian Chappell

The main reason for more batsmen being hit by short-pitched bowling is the advent of helmets and protective equipment and the increased amount of T20 cricket which has led to a drastic change in batting technique.
India's Mayank Agarwal avoids a bouncer during play on day one of the third Test against Australia.(AP)
India's Mayank Agarwal avoids a bouncer during play on day one of the third Test against Australia.(AP)
Updated on Feb 17, 2019 10:40 AM IST
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MS Dhoni is still world’s best ODI finisher - Ian Chappell

MS Dhoni was recently awarded the Man of the series for his match-winning knocks which helped India win their maiden ODI series in Australia.
MS Dhoni plays a shot during the first one day international (ODI) match between Australia and India.(AFP)
MS Dhoni plays a shot during the first one day international (ODI) match between Australia and India.(AFP)
Updated on Jan 21, 2019 09:39 AM IST
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At this rate, Virat Kohli set to be Sir Donald Bradman of ODI batsmen: Ian Chappell

Virat Kohli is far superior to his competitors in completing a century just under every five-and-a-half innings; a remarkable record of consistency. Kohli is also well ahead of his competitors in average score (Avs) - which ignores not outs - and is second only to AB de Villiers in batting value; a combination of Avs plus strike rate.
File image of Virat Kohli.(AP)
File image of Virat Kohli.(AP)
Updated on Jan 20, 2019 05:46 PM IST
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India vs Australia: Kohli’s men India’s best fast-bowling, fielding team but not batting: Chappell

India vs Australia: Former Australian captain Ian Chappell feels the Virat Kohli-led side is India’s best in pace bowling and fielding but it is nowhere close to being the best in batting.
India's captain Virat Kohli (C) celebrates with teammates as they pose with the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after winning the Test series between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 7, 2019.(AFP)
India's captain Virat Kohli (C) celebrates with teammates as they pose with the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after winning the Test series between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 7, 2019.(AFP)
Updated on Jan 08, 2019 11:32 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByPTI

India vs Australia: This is the finest Indian pace attack to visit Australia - Opinion

India vs Australia: India’s quick bowlers have ensured Australia’s weak batting remains mired in mediocrity.
India's Mohammed Shami, left, speaks with Jasprit Bumrah during a Test match.(AP)
India's Mohammed Shami, left, speaks with Jasprit Bumrah during a Test match.(AP)
Updated on Jan 01, 2019 09:29 AM IST
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New Delhi | ByIan Chappell

India vs Australia: Ian Chappell picks his winner ahead of Test series

The Test rivalry, which has risen in stature and intensity over the years, will be renewed with the latest assignment starting December 6 in Adelaide.
Virat Kohli looks dejected during the Test series against England.(REUTERS)
Virat Kohli looks dejected during the Test series against England.(REUTERS)
Updated on Nov 30, 2018 02:07 PM IST
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Sydney | ByPress Trust of India

India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma could be Virat Kohli’s ally in the Indian batting line-up - Ian Chappell

Chappell backed Rohit Sharma to be drafted into the playing XI as that will give skipper Virat Kohli the advantage of having another batsman who is naturally comfortable against short-pitched bowling.
File image of Rohit Sharma (left) and Virat Kohli.(PTI)
File image of Rohit Sharma (left) and Virat Kohli.(PTI)
Updated on Nov 28, 2018 01:57 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

Opinion: Chaos in Cricket Australia gives India advantage - Ian Chappell

Administrative woes in Cricket Australia and its poor relationship with players’ association are hurting the game Down Under
Mark Taylor was one among several high ranking officials who resigned from their posts at Cricket Australia.(AFP)
Mark Taylor was one among several high ranking officials who resigned from their posts at Cricket Australia.(AFP)
Updated on Nov 11, 2018 11:36 AM IST
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Lack of support for Virat Kohli has helped England bowlers thrive, says Ian Chappell

India have struggled to perform well in their ongoing Test series against England and with the exception of Virat Kohli, most Indian batsmen struggled against the hosts’ bowling attack
Virat Kohli reacts after losing his wicket during the third Test between India and England at Trent Bridge.(REUTERS)
Virat Kohli reacts after losing his wicket during the third Test between India and England at Trent Bridge.(REUTERS)
Updated on Aug 19, 2018 10:41 AM IST
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Swinging ball added spice to Virat Kohli-James Anderson battle, says Ian Chappell

The value of swinging deliveries in adding to the spectacle was never more evident than in the enthralling contest between Jimmy Anderson and Virat Kohli. Here we had the King of swing doing battle with the Prince of willow wielders.
England's James Anderson reacts after bowling, as Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli takes a run during the Test cricket match between England and India at Edgbaston.(AP)
England's James Anderson reacts after bowling, as Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli takes a run during the Test cricket match between England and India at Edgbaston.(AP)
Updated on Aug 05, 2018 01:14 PM IST
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Scrapping toss won’t save Test matches, good cricketing skills will: Ian Chappell

Cricket administrators need to strike a balance between short and long formats for young cricketers to develop their full range of cricket skills and experience the thrill of the game’s ultimate test
Scrapping the toss is not the answer to thwart the under-hand practise of pitches being specially prepared to suit the home team, believes Ian Chappell.(AFP)
Scrapping the toss is not the answer to thwart the under-hand practise of pitches being specially prepared to suit the home team, believes Ian Chappell.(AFP)
Updated on Jul 22, 2018 09:02 AM IST
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‘Who’s Ian Chappell?’ - Chris Gayle gives a blunt opinion on Australian legend’s criticism

Chris Gayle, who is the best Twenty20 player in the world but has had his fair share of off-field controversies, has responded bluntly to former Australia skipper Ian Chappell’s criticism
Chris Gayle has responded to Ian Chappell’s criticism that the star West Indies cricketer should be handed a worldwide contracting ban by Cricket Australia.(Kunal Patil/HT Photo)
Chris Gayle has responded to Ian Chappell’s criticism that the star West Indies cricketer should be handed a worldwide contracting ban by Cricket Australia.(Kunal Patil/HT Photo)
Updated on May 29, 2018 05:07 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Mumbai | BySarthak Bal

IPL experience will boost India’s chances in England, believes Ian Chappell

IPL has had a great impact on playing standards and India’s aggression in approach is best reflected in their fielding.
Virat Kohli (R) will be looking to improve his Test batting record in England in the upcoming bilateral series.(BCCI)
Virat Kohli (R) will be looking to improve his Test batting record in England in the upcoming bilateral series.(BCCI)
Updated on May 28, 2018 12:02 AM IST
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Why worry? Harbhajan Singh tells India to play pink-ball Test in Australia

India have refused to play a Day-Night Test against Australia later this year, but Harbhajan Singh feels it’s an interesting format and they should try it.
Harbhajan Singh wants the Indian cricket team to play Day-Night Tests in future.(Twitter)
Harbhajan Singh wants the Indian cricket team to play Day-Night Tests in future.(Twitter)
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:29 PM IST
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Bill Lawry retires from Australia cricket commentary after 40 years

Bill Lawry, who has been commentating on Australian cricket for Channel Nine in the last 40 years with the likes of Tony Greig, Ian Chappell and Richie Benaud, has officially decided to hang up the mic.
Bill Lawry (extreme right) formed a magnificent quartet of commentators for Channel Nine with Ian Chappell, Richie Benaud and Tony Greig.(Getty Images)
Bill Lawry (extreme right) formed a magnificent quartet of commentators for Channel Nine with Ian Chappell, Richie Benaud and Tony Greig.(Getty Images)
Updated on May 15, 2018 01:49 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Mumbai | BySarthak Bal

Steve Smith should be considered for Australia captaincy again: Mark Taylor

Steve Smith, who was suspended for one year for the ball-tampering offence in the Cape Town Test against South Africa, has found backing from Mark Taylor who believes he can lead the national side again.
Steve Smith returned to Australia a few days back after spending a time out with his fiancé Dani Willis in the United States of America following the ball-tampering scandal.(Getty Images)
Steve Smith returned to Australia a few days back after spending a time out with his fiancé Dani Willis in the United States of America following the ball-tampering scandal.(Getty Images)
Updated on May 06, 2018 12:50 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Mumbai | ByAnkit Kumar Singh

‘Spate of limited-over cricket formats killing player satisfaction’

While it’s understood that large amounts are required to run cricket in the professional era, there also needs to be a balance between player satisfaction and entertainment value, writes Ian Chappell
The IPL set the pattern with lucrative contracts for not only star players but also some of varying standards and skill sets.(BCCI)
The IPL set the pattern with lucrative contracts for not only star players but also some of varying standards and skill sets.(BCCI)
Updated on Apr 29, 2018 11:00 AM IST
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Steve Smith, David Warner paid for revolting against Cricket Australia: Gautam Gambhir

Steve Smith and David Warner were banned by Cricket Australia for revolting against the board on the pay hike issue, according to Gautam Gambhir.
Steve Smith and David Warner paid the price for going against Cricket Australia in the player wage issue, according to Gautam Gambhir.(AFP)
Steve Smith and David Warner paid the price for going against Cricket Australia in the player wage issue, according to Gautam Gambhir.(AFP)
Updated on Mar 30, 2018 11:50 AM IST
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