Wasim Jaffer Interview
Wasim Jaffer Interview by Anis Sajan: On Sachin Tendulkar, Ranji Trophy, Mumbai’s rival, India debut, Virat Kohli and more

Catch some interesting topics from Jaffer’s illustrious career in this interview.

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CricTracker Exclusive- Mashrafe Mortaza is a living legend, my one and only idol: Jahanara Alam

She also spoke on Shafali Verma's stupendous potential and how the ICC can popularise the women's game even more.

Mohammad Nabi Interview by Anis Sajan: Fitness, Afghanistan cricket’s progress, MS Dhoni, Steve Smith and more

The Afghanistan all-rounder has discussed on various topics from his charity work to meeting former Indian skipper MS Dhoni and more in this interview.

CricTracker Exclusive – I’m happy that India are making the finals of every major tournament: Sushma Verma

The woman prodigy also spoke about how she got an autographed bat from the legendary Sachin Tendulkar.

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Sarfaraz Ahmed Interview by Anis Sajan: Champions Trophy final, Ind-Pak team friendship, T20I team success, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and more

From discussing CT 2017 Final to hailing Kohli, Rohit, here's Sarfaraz Ahmed's interview.

CricTracker Exclusive: Ryan Campbell – The man who invented the scoop shot back in 2002

He played two ODIs for Australia and then went on to feature for Hong Kong in three T20 Internationals.

Eoin Morgan’s interview by Anis Sajan – World Cup final is the most dramatic game I’ve played or witnessed

Morgan's captaincy stint was a roller-coaster ride to start with, but gradually, he made a name for himself and is currently an indispensable member of the T20I and ODI teams.

CricTracker Exclusive – Sported long hair once and wore Jersey number 7, planned my comeback around MS Dhoni: Anamul Haque Bijoy

He also talked about his interactions with Quinton de Kock and Babar Azam during the 2012 U19 World Cup in Australia.

CricTracker Exclusive: Technology should be used to help umpires and not replace them: Simon Taufel

Simon Taufel opined that day-night matches will make Test cricket popular again.