SunRisers Hyderabad have contributed Rs 10 crore to fight the coronavirus pandemic that has enveloped India.
Tim Paine rubbished Michael Clarke's claims saying it was a tactical decision not to engage Virat Kohli into verbal duel during the 2018-19 series.
As the coronavirus pandemic has brought the world sports to a standstill, the cricketers are using social media to interact with their fans.
Kapil Dev said the focus, at the moment, should only be on saving lives and taking care of the poor.
Former ICC Elite Panel umpire Ian Gould said Australian cricketers had gone "out of control" and turned "pretty average people" two-three years before the ball-tampering scandal.
Kevin Pietersen took a dig at the former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris after sharing a video of him executing a switch hit off the Kiwi.
Ben Stokes in January won the International Cricket Council's player of the year award.
The two nations have not played a full-series since 2007 due to the terrorist attacks on India by Pakistan-based outfits and the resultant diplomatic tension.
Pragyan Ojha shared a video of when he had had bungee jumped off the roof of a cricket stadium.
Former Pakistani fast-bowler Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Kaif were involved in friendly banter on Twitter.
Brendon McCullum said he is missing the "carnage of IPL" but he is also enjoying the time at home as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Kerala Police used the soundtrack of Ravi Shastri asking fellow commentators to copy his famous "tracer bullet" commentary for its drone video of people running when caught on camera.
David Warner shared a throwback video about a shoot for SunRisers Hyderabad where he is wielding the bat like a sword.
Steve Smith believes India is one of the toughest places to play Test cricket and winning a five-day format series in the country is a major career goal for him.
Rohit Sharma caught up with his former Mumbai Indians teammate Yuvraj Singh in an Instagram live session.
India's newest and the world's biggest cricket stadium lies empty because of the coronavirus pandemic.
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler has raised more than 65,000 pounds (USD 80,000) to help fight the coronavirus by auctioning off his World Cup final shirt.
Commenting on the infamous incident involving Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul on a chat show, Yuvraj Singh said that such incident could not have happened in his time.
Deepak Chahar revealed that MS Dhoni is no more good at playing PubG as he has moved on to Call of Duty.
Healthcare officials have been at the forefront of the battle against the coronavirus pandemic and Jasprit Bumrah took to Twitter to thank them on World Health Day.
Sunil Gavaskar donated Rs 35 lakh to PM-Cares Fund and Rs 24 lakh to Maharashtra Chief Minister Relief Fund.
Yuzvendra Chahal's Chahal TV returned after a while as the coronavirus lockdown shut down all sporting activities.
Dilip Vengsarkar said he always knew that Virat Kohli was "exceptional" when he first saw the Indian captain in age-group cricket.
Insisting that he has not yet given up hope, Robin Uthappa said he won't hang up his boots till he realises his dreams.
Anushka Sharma posted a picture of her and Virat Kohli playing Monopoly with family members during the lockdown.
Saqlain Mushtaq posted a video of him wearing make-up, with his daughter as the artist.
Michael Clarke said that the lure of IPL contracts saw Australia become "a little bit softer" than the world was accustomed to seeing.
Waqar Younis said T20 leagues offer easy money, but players don't think how much damage they can do to their national team by quitting Test cricket.
Jock Edwards managed to score 377 runs in the eight Test matches he played, and in the ODI format, he played 6 ODIS and scored 138 runs.
Waqar Younis feels the desperate plan would end up creating more problems while the world battles a worsening health crisis.
Sri Lanka head coach Mickey Arthur said the players have been given tailor-made programmes while they wait to see if key tournaments will go ahead this year.
With the Indian Premier League also held up by the coronavirus pandemic, the cricketers are using social media to keep the competitive spirit alive.
Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar have fought many battles on the cricket field and the Australian leg-spinner brought one back to life on Twitter.
Glenn Maxwell took a dig at the slew of home videos flooding social media as people try to come to terms with staying at home for long periods.
Harbhajan Singh was unhappy after a video showed a major fire erupting after firecrackers were burst around 9 pm on Sunday.
Yuvraj Singh heaped praise on a group of policemen for "sharing their own food" with a man in need amid lockdown.
Sachin Tendulkar said his suggestion that MS Dhoni go in to bat ahead of Yuvraj Singh became a tactical masterstroke for India in the 2011 World Cup final.
PM Modi had appealed to turn off lights for nine minutes at 9 PM on Sunday to show the nation's collective resolve to fight coronavirus.
Apart from Rohit Sharma, several former and current cricketers also lit earthen lamp and and candles to honour the efforts of thousands of medical officers, working tirelessly to save lives.
Yuzvendra Chahal said like in chess, there is a lot of planning a bowler does in cricket, adding he does discuss with the keeper about what he is going to bowl.
Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Sunday pledged to donate Rs 50 lakh to PM-CARES Fund to help the country in its fight against coronavirus.
Ashish Nehra feels the absence of running for more than three months at a stretch could come in their way of fitness.
The video shows AB de Villiers lying down on the floor and practicing a "boring meditation routine" which he claims he can do for hours.
Ricky Ponting shared a picture of his "favourite piece of memorabilia" on his official Twitter handle.
Andrew Strauss said that while he understood why Kevin Pietersen wanted to play in the IPL, he could not let him choose the cash-rich league over Test cricket.
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma urged Indians to follow Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call to light candles at 9 pm on Sunday.
MS Dhoni was slated to return to the cricket field on March 29 in the IPL's opening match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.
Australia coach Justin Langer believes resuming cricket behind closed doors when it is safe to do so will have "great value" for the public, deprived of action by the coronavirus shutdown.
Javed Miandad remarks follow player Mohammad Hafeez's protests over former opener Sharjeel Khan's return despite receiving a five-year ban in 2017 over a spot-fixing case.
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen still "truly believes" the 13th edition of IPL should happen the moment there is a window of opportunity.
Kevin Pietersen posted a funny video on Instagram that sent fans into a frenzy.
Cheteshwar Pujara was among the sportspersons who attended a video conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the coronavirus pandemic and the 21-day lockdown.
Harbhajan Singh shared a video of a Sikh young man helping out an old woman, who breaks down in tears, with supplies and money.
Wasim Akram and Darren Gough join a long lit of cricketers who are making efforts to help the masses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
England's centrally contracted cricketers have agreed to make an "initial donation" of 500,000 pound in response to the financial crisis engulfing the game as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
The England and Wales Cricket Board have postponed all domestic cricket until at least May 28.
Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said managing the period after April 14 would be crucial to how India fares in its battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Suresh Raina has already done his bit in this fight against the deadly coronavirus by donating Rs 52 lakh.
Sourav Ganguly, in a video message, urged the citizens to be responsible and follow the directives of the government as the country battles against the coronavirus pandemic.
Jasprit Bumrah goes on to say that Rohit Sharma's daughter Samaira does Bumrah's action better than the bowler himself.
South African players, who returned from their incomplete ODI tour of India, were found to be symptom-free of coronavirus
Pat Cummins says everyone, including his team Kolkata Knight Riders, is still hopeful of the 13th edition of the T20 event to go ahead sometime later.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with 40 elite sportspersons including cricket icons like Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly.
With sportspersons all indoors to counter the coronavirus threat, many have used the time to hone their golfing skills.
Virat Kohli's chat with Kevin Pietersen was hilariously interrupted by Anushka Sharma when she announced it was dinner time.