Chris Morris has announced his retirement from all cricket.
All-rounder Chris Morris has spoken out about his omission from the Proteas’ squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup.
The gulf between the potency and contributions of the Proteas bowlers and batsmen is widening by the game. With eight matches to go before the T20 World Cup, they urgently need to solve their skills, application and balance problems, writes RYAN VREDE.
If your objective is winning a major trophy, you have to pick the best available players. And if the Proteas want to win the T20 World Cup, they have to pick ‘freelancers’, writes RYAN VREDE.
The IPL 2021 season has been suspended with immediate effect by the BCCI due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in India. CARL LEWIS reflects on the performance of each South African.
Check out this funny interview between David Miller and Chris Morris as they reflected on the Rajasthan Royals’ impressive win over the Delhi Capitals on Thursday.
South African all-rounder Chris Morris was pretty satisfied with his Man of the Match performance from Thursday that helped the Rajasthan Royals to their first win of the 2021 IPL.
Having gone for the highest-ever price at an IPL auction, Chris Morris will carry some expectation into his eighth season of the competition. Here’s a look at his record from past IPL campaigns.
Proteas all-rounder Chris Morris admits that his staggering IPL price tag will mean little once he takes the field for the Rajasthan Royals in the 2021 edition of the competition, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Does the world’s most expensive T20 player, Chris Morris, have a Proteas future? SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE scrutinises his case.
When the Rajasthan Royals bought Proteas all-rounder Chris Morris for 16.25 crore (approximately $2.2m), they made him the most expensive player in IPL history.
Dale Steyn and Chris Morris have been released from the Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the 2021 Indian Premier League draft next month. Steyn hardly played for RCB this season, and recently announced that he wouldn’t be playing for the franchise in the upcoming IPL, and also wouldn’t be available for any other team. Morris played regularly, and his all-round… Read more →
KL Rahul’s mastery has edged out Faf du Plessis in the IPL to date, but there has been nobody better with the ball than Kagiso Rabada.
South African seamer Chris Morris impressed on his debut for RCB as he took 3-19 to help his team secure victory over the Chennai Super Kings.
A look back at this memorable innings when Chris Morris smashed 47 off just 12 deliveries as the Titans posted a massive 425-5 against the Warriors back in 2017.