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I have realised that it won't happen as long as my 'friend' Kiran More is in the selection committee

Nayan Mongia (Indian Cricketer)

My heart says India will win. But my mind says Australia will be tough to beat

Nayan Mongia (Indian Cricketer)

There are, and there will be, always ifs and buts.

Nayan Mongia (Indian Cricketer)

India may be playing thousands of miles away from home and on a different continent, but the plus point in favour of Dhoni and his team is that nearly 70 per cent spectators at the Sydney Cricket Ground will be Indians, who are reported to have purchased the tickets. Support from their own spectators can be a big boost both for an individual player and an entire team.

Nayan Mongia (Indian Cricketer)

I used to bowl right from childhood, and I always loved bowling fast.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

Well obviously it is a cycle. Every side has good cricketers, has played good cricket at some point in time, they also have slumps.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

When I started playing cricket, I didn't worry too much about the state of the wickets and things like that.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

I think it was right decision at the right time. He (Zaheer) has thought about it for a while and taken the decision. I think he has played his cricket to the fullest.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

Zaheer has been a champion bowler. He has done tremendous for India’s win in the 2011 World Cup. He is one of the best in the world for sure. He should be proud of his career

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

He (Sachin Tendulkar) was the one who infused aggression into the game and you can say that he was a game-changer

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

Sachin changed the way One Day Internationals were played right from the time he opened for us in a one day match in New Zealand back in 1994

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

Transition should happen at the right time

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

I was always just short of length, and I knew that I was just short of length. Initially I used to play a lot of ODIs and didn't play much Test cricket in India.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

I think any sport is very cognitive in nature. You learn a lot of things when you watch.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

If you are an inswing bowler you tend to bowl short-of-length deliveries all the time. If you are bowling an outswinger, you probably can pitch the ball up. That is also a part in me pitching a bit short.

Javagal Srinath (Indian Cricketer)

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