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About Ajantha Mendis

Ajantha Mendis is a Sri Lankan Cricket Player. He is amongst the five injured in the terrorist attack near the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on March 3, 2009.

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Steyn to be rested for fourth ODI against Sri Lanka as part of Proteas' rotation policy
South African bowler Dale Steyn will be rested for the remaining One Day International series against Sri Lanka as a part of the eam's player rotation policy.

Mendis will be Sri Lanka's trump card against South Africa: Mathews
Sri Lanka's vice-captain Angelo Mathews believes spinner Ajantha Mendis will be one of their trump cards in the Test series against South Africa.

Morgan, Mendis, Watson notch ICC Twenty20 rankings top spots
England's Eoin Morgan, Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lanka and Shane Watson of Australia were announced as the number-one ranked batsman, bowler and all-rounder, respectively, in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 International (T20I) player rankings, which were released in Dubai today.

ICC T20I rankings will give a lot of context to cricket's shortest format: Yuvraj Singh
Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh today said that the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s Twenty20 International (T20I) team and player rankings, which were launched in a ceremony in Dubai, will give a lot of context to the shortest format of the game.

Lanka can learn from Clarke: Ranatunga
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga has singled out Michael Clarke for praise over his snubbing of Indian Premier League and Big Bash League riches.

Kandy Test: Lanka fight back against Aussies, reduce visitors to 133 for 3
Sri Lanka on Friday staged a fightback in the second Test being played here against Australia, taking the important wicket of Australian captain Michael Clarke before lunch after removing both openers in the first session.

Ranatunga lauds Clarke for snubbing IPL, Big Bash riches
Former Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga has praised Australian skipper Michael Clarke for snubbing the lucrative Indian Premier League and the Big Bash.

Return of Mendis to Lankan squad will pose a threat to Aussies: Roebuck
Cricket commentator and columnist Peter Roebuck has said that the return of mystery bowler Ajantha Mendis into the Sri Lankan squad for the second Test against Australia is a threat of sorts to those unfamiliar with his trickery.

Mesmerising Lankan spinner Mendis working on new delivery
Sri Lanka spinner Ajantha Mendis is developing a new delivery that could emerge in the one-day series against Australia.

Second T20 loss to Lanka extremely disappointing: Watson
Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has described the loss to Sri Lanka in the second Twenty20 international as "extremely disappointing", and still believes that the tourists "should have cruised over the line".

Playing spinners well to be key to Oz success on Sri Lanka tour, says Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke reckons that his team's ability to blunt the Sri Lankan spin attack will go a long way to determining their success in the five-match ODI series.

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