Monday, April 22

Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

Sachin Tendulkar and Shoaib Akhtar. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

Cricket Australia set to announce schedule for India series; Brisbane to host the opening Test

  • Cricket Australia (CA) is all set to announce their international schedule for the 2020-21 home season on Friday.
  • Interestingly, the venues are also going to be different for the series if the reports are to be believed.
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Knew he had tennis elbow problems, so I bowled a barrage of bouncers to Sachin Tendulkar: Shoaib Akhtar

  • By the time he retired, fans had already begun acknowledging him with different nicknames like God of Cricket and Master Blaster.
  • And the Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has revealed how he used to take advantage of it.
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Bowling to Sachin Tendulkar will be a memory for the rest of my life: Annabel Sutherland

  • Annabel Sutherland, the 18-year-old Australian women’s cricketer, made her international debut earlier this year in February.
  • Prior to the fund-raining match, Aussie all-rounder Ellyse Perry challenged the Master Blaster to face an over.
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Brad Hogg was a piece of piss, hard to understand why batsmen couldn’t pick his wrong’un: Ian Chappell

  • Ian Chappell, the former Australian batsman, once got the chance of facing Brad Hogg in the nets.
  • He was having a net session with spin wizard Shane Warne after which he decided to face Hogg.
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New Zealand Cricket plans to reduce workforce by 10 or 15 percent amid COVID-19 pandemic

  • Amidst the global pandemic due to the coronavirus, the economics of several sectors of the society is affected.
  • Amidst all of this, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has proposed cutting down its workforce by 10 or 15 per cent.
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This is the best generation of fast bowling India have produced: Ian Bishop

  • During a live session with Harsha Bhogle, Ian Bishop opened up over the same and pointed out that this culture began in the 2000s and now India is reaping its outcome.
  • However, now the same thing is said for the current Indian bowlers, who are rated as the gems in modern-day cricket.
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