NEW DELHI The final of the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) remains on course to be held in June next year despite the disruption caused to the qualifying process by the COVID-19 pandemic, cricket's governing body told Reuters on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI The Indian Premier League (IPL) has launched an investigation after one of the players in this year's tournament in the United Arab Emirates reported being approached for possible corruption, the league's integrity chief told Reuters on Sunday.
NEW DELHI Former West Indies captain Daren Sammy has urged cricket's governing bodies to treat racism more seriously and pay it the same attention they give to upholding the integrity of the game.
NEW DELHI The Indian Premier League's eight teams are counting the cost of COVID-19's impact on their finances but having faced the prospect of the tournament being wiped out by the pandemic this year they are taking a 'glass half-full' view of the situation.
NEW DELHI India captain Virat Kohli is likely to travel to Australia later this year despite his wife expecting their first child in January, a key Indian cricket board (BCCI) official told Reuters on Friday.
NEW DELHI Sportradar AG's new service to protect athletes from social media abuse can be as effective as its tool to detect betting-related manipulations in sports, a top official of the Swiss sports data provider told Reuters.
NEW DELHI At 6'6" and 140kg, Rahkeem Cornwall would struggle to fit into anyone's perception of what a modern day cricketer should look like but the West Indies off-spinner says he knows exactly how to get the best out of his big frame on the pitch.
NEW DELHI Staging this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) in a bio-secure bubble will at least make it harder for illegal gambling rings to approach players, the man in charge of safeguarding the world's richest Twenty20 competition told Reuters.
NEW DELHI The Emirati organisers of this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) are hopeful of at least some fan presence in the stands during the matches, a top official told Reuters.
NEW DELHI The International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to discuss test cricket's bad light rules which have been criticised during the ongoing England v Pakistan series, a source in the governing body told Reuters on Monday.