SYDNEY: Dynamic Australian opener David Warner reckons he will have to face “at least six to nine months” of rehab for his groin injury but will be back in action for New South Wales next week. The 34-year-old had sustained the injury during the second ODI against India in November and was subsequently ruled out … Read more Will be back in action from next week: David Warner | Cricket News – Times of India
BRISBANE: Star opener David Warner on Wednesday admitted that Australia were outplayed by India during their 1-2 Test series loss and credited the visitors for achieving the stupendous feat. A battered and bruised India on Tuesday claimed a three wicket win in the series-deciding fourth Test at the Gabba, a month after being humiliated at … Read more Border-Gavaskar trophy: We were outplayed by India, says Australia’s David Warner
BRISBANE: A “shocked” former captain Ricky Ponting finds it difficult to comprehend how an “A team” from India beat Australia in the Test series in their own backyard but admitted that the visitors deserved the win. An injury-ravaged India beat Australia by three wickets in the series-deciding fourth Test at the Gabba, a month after … Read more Ricky Ponting ‘shocked’ and could not comprehend how India’s ‘A team’ won series
SYDNEY: Legendary wicketkeeper Ian Healy feels “desperate and petty” Australian team overstepped the mark with its on-field behaviour on the final day of the Sydney Test. The 56-year-old also lashed out at Australia skipper Tim Paine for sledging India’s Ravichandran Ashwin on the final day. “They overstepped the mark there. They became very desperate, they … Read more Desperate and petty Australia overstepped the mark in Sydney Test: Healy | Cricket News – Times of India
MELBOURNE: Once in a while, everyone is allowed a bit of slump in form and Steve Smith is no exception, feels David Warner, who can relate to his former skipper’s woes against India having endured a similarly wretched run during the 2019 Ashes. Smith has been in horrible form in the ongoing series with R … Read more Everyone is allowed a bit of slump: Warner comes to Smith’s defence | Cricket News – Times of India
NEW DELHI: If India don’t land the first punch by clinching the opening day-night Test against Australia, the going will get very tough for the visitors in the absence of talismanic skipper Virat Kohli, feels former national coach Anil Kumble. India will start the much-awaited Border-Gavaskar Test series with the day-nighter at Adelaide, from December … Read more Kumble says tough ask without Kohli if India don’t win pink-ball Test; Dravid asks who will do a Pujara?