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  1. October 11, 2013

    If only all national heroes were as clear-cut as Tendulkar

    Sachin Tendulkar has announced his retirement from cricket, and the hosannas will last well beyond the Indian batsman’s...

  2. May 10, 2013

    FT Masterclass: Batting with Mike Gatting

    Mike Gatting remembers the ball that wrecked his face, in a feisty one-day international in Jamaica. It was a 90mph missile,...

  1. beyondbrics

    January 7, 2013

    Tata: who is Cyrus Mistry?

    Cyrus Mistry is stepping into big shoes – and he’s begun flexing his toes, announcing an ambitious investment plan. The 44...

  2. June 10, 2011

    Cricket with the FT: Hugh Grant

    Hugh Grant has a theory: cricket is an aphrodisiac. “Women do love a cricketer,” he says. “It’s one of those things. It’s...

  3. February 3, 2011

    More balanced tours should rise from the Ashes

    Its been a month now since Chris Tremlett bowled Michael Beer at the SCG to wrap up the Ashes 3-1. The Barmy Army’s...

  4. January 4, 2011

    England hubris keeps final Ashes Test alive

    the Australia team look on in disbelief as umpire Billy Bowden signals a no ball to reprieve the England opener Alistair...

  5. December 1, 2010

    England fight for the Ashes

    Kevin Pietersen on his way to 200- plus at Adelaide England go 1-0 up in Ashes series Adelaide What on earth do they do? A...

  6. November 26, 2010

    Outside Edge: Poor show, Shane, however you spin it

    The other night Shane Warne – Australia’s greatest living cricketer and newly retired from the game – made his debut as host...

  7. November 23, 2010

    Spot the Ashes’ new demented dingoes

    Nail-biting time: Australian captain Ricky Ponting (right) and selector Greg Chappell in pensive mood during a nets session...

  8. February 8, 2010

    Indian cricket club's partnership drive

    The commercial rise of Indian cricket will take a further step today with the launch of a partnership between the Rajasthan...

  9. February 8, 2010

    Rajasthan Royals in partnership drive to extend its global reach

    The commercial rise of Indian cricket will take a further step today with the launch of a partnership between the Rajasthan...

  10. February 8, 2010

    Rajasthan Royals in partnership drive

    The commercial rise of Indian cricket will take a further step on Monday with the launch of a partnership between the...

  11. July 25, 2009

    Flintoff flush as chequebooks open

    While Barclays Capital has the chequebook open, it's not just for hiring investment bankers. Fresh from having its name on...

  12. July 22, 2009

    Howzat!

    Freddie Flintoff, who on Monday secured England's first victory over the Australians at Lord's for 75 years, was among a...

  13. July 9, 2009

    Opening Test jabs expose flaws on both sides

    Now that heavyweight boxing is a shadow of its old self, no sporting event on earth can match an Ashes Test series when it...

  14. July 8, 2009

    Opening Test jabs expose flaws on both sides

    Now that heavyweight boxing is a shadow of its old self, no sporting event on earth can match an Ashes Test series when it...

  15. March 7, 2009

    Terror casts

    The terror attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore threatens to throw the cricket calendar across south Asia into...

  16. March 6, 2009

    Terror casts doubt over S Asia cricket

    The terror attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore threatens to throw the cricket calendar across south Asia into...

  17. November 15, 2008

    The supreme modern batsman

    There are more flamboyant batsmen. Batsmen with marginally higher batting averages. Batsmen who are more destructive or...

  18. November 15, 2008

    India roll Pietersen's men over

    India are on a roll. After sealing their memorable 2-0 Test series win against Australia this week, yesterday they thrashed...

  19. May 30, 2008

    Q&A: Lalit Modi

    Chairman and founder of the Indian Premier League Q. How did the competition measure up against your expectations? What...

  20. April 18, 2008

    Cricket’s crock of gold?

    The commercial hype that is surrounding cricket’s newest competition, the Indian Premier League, this week reached a fever...

  21. April 18, 2008

    Cricket’s crock of gold or a can of worms?

    The commercial hype that is surrounding cricket’s newest competition, the Indian Premier League, this week reached a fever...

  22. April 18, 2008

    Opportunity for new talent

    Mahesh Rawat, a 22-year-old wicketkeeper in Indian domestic cricket, received a call a few months ago asking him to join...

  23. March 8, 2008

    England go-slow plays into Vettori's hands

    England's go-slow batting left them an uphill battle to save the first Test against New Zealand in Hamilton. As the...

  24. March 7, 2008

    England go-slow continues

    England’s go-slow batting has left them an uphill battle to save the first Test against New Zealand in Hamilton. As the...

  25. FT Alphaville

    March 6, 2008

    Credit crunch victims Down Under: Crikey's list

    Courtesy of Crikey.com, the Antipodean news-and-views website, and commentator Glenn Dyer comes an updated triage list of...

  26. March 1, 2008

    Cricket seeks to push boundaries to block rebel bid by businessmen

    The biggest names in cricket, from Sachin Tendulkar to Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne, would all be allowed to play together...

  27. March 1, 2008

    Boundaries moved to block rebel cricket bid

    The biggest names in cricket, from Sachin Tendulkar to Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne, would all be allowed to play together...

  28. March 1, 2008

    English cricket seeks to push boundaries in business battle

    The biggest names in cricket, from Sachin Tendulkar to Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne, would all be allowed to play together...

  29. February 29, 2008

    English cricket pushes boundaries

    The biggest names in cricket, from Sachin Tendulkar to Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne, would all be allowed to play together...

  30. February 23, 2008

    Round-up

    ATHLETICS Former Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie will not be running in the Beijing torch relay. His invitation, by...

  31. December 22, 2007

    The year of spies, ties and near-misses

    No Olympics. No football World Cup. Oddnumbered years give other sports their opportunity to hog the limelight. In 2007 it...

  32. December 21, 2007

    A year marked by spies, ties and near-misses

    No Olympics. No football World Cup. Odd-numbered years give other sports their opportunity to hog the limelight. In 2007 it...

  33. December 8, 2007

    The Year in Books - Sport

    Sport LEFT FOR DEAD: The Untold Story of the Tragic 1979 Fastnet Disaster by Nick Ward and Sinead O'Brien A&C Black £16.99,...

  34. December 8, 2007

    The Best of 2007: Sport

    Left for Dead: The Untold Story of the Tragic 1979 Fastnet Disaster By Nick Ward and Sinead O’Brien A&C Black £16.99, 186...

  35. December 3, 2007

    Round-up

    CRICKET Muttiah Muralitharan's quest to be Test cricket's most prolific bowler was held up by rain in his home city...

  36. December 2, 2007

    Murali’s spoils put on hold by the rain

    Muttiah Muralitharan’s quest to be Test cricket’s most prolific bowler was held up by rain in his home city on Sunday....

  37. October 27, 2007

    ‘I’m a bespoke bookie’

    First Person - Balthazar Fabricius Losing £50,000 was a tough way to discover that being a bookmaker was definitely what I...

  38. October 27, 2007

    First Person: Balthazar Fabricius

    Losing £50,000 was a tough way to discover that being a bookmaker was definitely what I wanted to do, but it played a big...

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