Free Press Journal
  • Ishant should define his role – Glenn McGrath

    New Delhi : Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath feels Ishant Sharma needs to figure out his role in the Indian team, observing that he has been more of a workhorse than a strike bowler.

  • In-form Anderson can make it hard for Kohli: McGrath

    Chennai : Virat Kohli is a far more experienced player than what he was during his nightmarish tour of England in 2014 but Aussie great Glenn McGrath cautioned that an in-form Jimmy Anderson could make things tougher for the Indian captain this time too.

  • England faces last Ashes stand at WACA graveyard

    Perth : England, battered from their latest off-field booze-related scandal, will try to cling on to the Ashes urn at a venue where they haven’t won since 1978 in Thursday’s third Test.

  • Anderson replaces Jadeja at top of Test bowling rankings

    There has been no change in the ICC Test team Rankings following the series with England and the Windies retaining their pre-series 105 and 75 points, respectively. India continue to lead the chart with 125 points, followed by South Africa, who have 110 points.

  • Not now for sure, Says James Anderson

    London : England pace spearhead James Anderson believes he can continue playing international cricket until he is in his 40s and ruled out any possibilities of retiring after the upcoming Ashes later this year.

  • McGrath praises experienced Umesh Yadav

    Mumbai : Former Australian seamer Glenn McGrath heaped praise on Umesh Yadav, saying the Indian pace spearhead understands well how to manage the workload of international cricket.

  • Pay-dispute should be resolved quickly – Glenn McGrath

    Mumbai : Former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath feels it is a shame how the pay dispute involving Australian cricketers has dragged on and hoped for a quick resolution to the long-running issue.

  • Adam Gilchrist reveals the toughest bowler he kept to

    Melbourne: Former wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist, who is most commonly considered as the best wicket-keeper in cricket history, has rated Michael Bevan as the most challenging bowler he kept to. Despite having the pleasure of wicket-keeping to the likes of Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee in his illustrious international career, the 45-year-old insisted Bevan was extremely difficult to pick out of the hand.

  • McGrath feels bowling gives India edge

    “I am impressed with the Indian bowlers. Umesh is bowling very well. Bumrah is a good one-day bowler. The way he bowls at the death is impressive. In addition to a fine length, he also generates good pace. Bumrah can come up with occasional yorkers as well. I hope he continues to improve,” said McGrath.

  • McGrath hails Hazlewood

    Melbourne : Australian cricket legend Glenn McGrath on Wednesday said compatriot Josh Hazlewood has the ability to topple him and become the most prolific fast bowler in Test history.

  • Indian team lauded despite loss

    Mumbai: India might have suffered a heartbreaking exit from the World T20 after their stunning loss to the West Indies, but the cricketing fraternity led by Sachin Tendulkar lauded the home team for its impressive performance and asked the players not to lose heart.

  • India in good hands with Kohli as leader: McGrath

    Mumbai : Australian fast bowling legend Glenn McGrath believes India’s flamboyant batsman and Test skipper Virat Kohli is the right person to lead the team and his aggressive approach both on and off the field is a positive sign as long as he is scoring runs.

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    I am predicting 5-0 Ashes win for Australia: McGrath

    Mumbai: Pace legend Glenn McGrath, who has often predicted results of Australia’s Test rubbers, today forecast yet another 5-0 cleansweep by his country against England in the upcoming Ashes series. “I am looking forward to the Ashes. I had been predicting 5-0, but I have changed my prediction. I am now predicting 10-0 because Australia is already 5-0 up from the last tour,” was the ex-fast bowler’s tongue-in-cheek response to a query from

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    Glenn McGrath to train rookie Australian players at MRF academy

    Melbourne: Pace legend Glenn McGrath is set to train a bunch of rookie Australian players at India’s MRF academy during his visit to the country next month. McGrath, who took over as coaching director from Dennis Lillee at the MRF pace foundation in 2012, will oversee a contingent from Australia’s National Cricket Centre (NCC), which will travel to Chennai in early June. Australia’s spin coach John Davison will take a group of batsmen and spin bowlers

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    Glenn McGrath tips Oz to win Ashes on English soil after 14 years with ‘best bowling attack in world’

    London : Australian fast bowling great Glenn McGrath has tipped the Australians to finally win on English soil after 14 years when they face England in the Ashes series, thanks to their ‘best bowling attack in the world’. McGrath has backed the Australian bowlers to ‘unsettle’ the England batsmen and hold on to the urn they grabbed in emphatic 5-0 whitewash style last year.

  • Twitter abuzz after Clarke century

    Adelaide: The cricket community, led by Australian legends Shane Warne and Glenn Mcgrath, were quick to heap praise on Michael Clarke for his superb hundred (128), braving an excruciating back spasm, against India on day two of the first Test on Wednesday.

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    Varun Aaron to work under Glenn McGrath at MRF for 10 days

    New Delhi:  India’s fastest bowler Varun Aaron has started his 10-day training programme under Aussie legend Glenn McGrath at the MRF Pace Foundation as part of a tie-up between the BCCI and company.