Adam Cooper

Adam Cooper joined The Age in 2011 after a decade with AAP, the country's news service. Email or tweet Adam with your news tips.

Cricket's Twenty20 vision for 2020 Games

Adam Cooper Cricket Australia is keen for the sport to seize on Olympic euphoria and aims to have Twenty20 included in the 2020 Games.

Retiring Gilchrist 'a cricketing great'

By Adam Cooper Australia's Adam Gilchrist has been hailed as one of the greatest cricketers to have played the game after announcing he was ready to retire.

Aussies trail India by 204 runs in SA

By Adam Cooper India has accused Australia of being "scared" of losing by not chasing more runs and questioned their thinking as the third cricket Test became arm wrestle.

Aussies need 413 to make history

By Adam Cooper Australia must turn in an historic performance to win the third cricket Test at the WACA Ground and avoid having India spoil another super streak.

India again threaten Australia's streak

By Adam Cooper India threatens to again break Australia's record winning streak after an inspired second-day performance stunned the home side.

Clarke regrets pre-dismissal lingering

By Adam Cooper Michael Clarke won't be walking, but won't be lingering either when dismissed in future.

Johnson hopes Indian batsmen fear him

By Adam Cooper An impressive record against India has Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson hoping the tourists fear him, ahead of the second cricket Test at the SCG.

MCG win puts Aussies in sight of record

By Adam Cooper Australia are one victory away from equalling the greatest winning streak in Test cricket after thrashing India by 337 runs at the MCG.

Clarke warns India to stay quiet

By Adam Cooper Batsman Michael Clarke has warned India's cricketers that any aggression they employ during the first Test could backfire badly and play into Australia's hands.

India win in Australia the best: Sachin

By Adam Cooper Sachin Tendulkar believes India can beat Australia in their own backyard and help him crown his glittering cricket career with its finest moment.

Harbhajan 'may miss out' at MCG

By Adam Cooper India's Harbhajan Singh could be squeezed out of the first Test unless the MCG produces a big-spinning wicket, according to vice-captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Fleming talks up a decent Indian summer

By Adam Cooper Ex-Australian swing bowler Damien Fleming believes India's bowling attack could be the surprise of the summer and might trouble Australia's rampaging batsmen.

No Ashes, but venues hope for big crowds

By Adam Cooper Australian cricket venues are bracing for a post-Ashes letdown, but remain hopeful of attracting healthy crowds for the coming Australia-India Test series.