Michael Clarke's race against time to get fit for next month's World Cup continues to grab media attention in the cricket world. Chris Gayle is in the news again after his stunning knock fashioned a record T20 international chase against South Africa in Johannesburg. Here's a glimpse of what's making news.
Australian selector Rod Marsh has said that the skipper Michael Clarke needs to take on the role of an all-rounder in the upcoming World Cup. His ability to bowl will be one of the key components of the fitness Test on February 21.
Chris Gayle blasts the West Indian selectors for dropping Kieron Pollard and Dwyane Bravo. The Jamaican says he wanted to win the series vs South Africa to show the selectors that the current team is the best.
Pakistan Cricket Board says they will put Mohammad Amir under assessment of senior players. The tainted pacer's ban ends in September. His return to international cricket will depend on the feedback PCB has from cricketers and officials
KUMBLE COMES OUT IN SUPPORT OF INDIAN BOWLERS
Anil Kumble says that the Indian team does not lack talent and some of the criticisms the bowlers drew after the Australian tour up were unfair. He says the team management needs to think out of the box and pick the four best bowlers to take 20 wickets.
Virat Kohli enjoyed a rare fan moment during a meeting with Roger Federer. The Indian captain tweeted a picture of him with Fedex saying, "A Day I'll never forget. Greatness on and off the court. @rogerfederer Absolute legend"