VirenderSehwag redefines bad balls
"In the dressing room they told me I was hitting the good balls too, but if you look at it my way I hit only the bad ones."
VirenderSehwag with an important message on World Aids Day
"Cricketers use protection when playing the game and it's the same in life as well."
Virender Sehwag has a unique way of keeping focused at the crease.
"I try to hum songs, bhajans, Sai Bababhajans, Kishore Kumar songs, especially those pictured on Amitabh Bachchan, till the bowler is about to deliver. I try to sing songs as perfectly as possible in order to keep my mind completely uncluttered."
Virender Sehwag reveals that he gives media coverage of his career about as much respect as he does to bowlers | Jan 16, 2009
"I don't listen to people, don't watch TV and don't read newspapers. It's better to use the time to work on your game."
The philosophy behind VirenderSehwag's batting Dec 27, 2008
"I don't believe in technique, I believe in performance. If you are tough, whether you have technique or not, you'll survive."
Virender Sehwag explains why he decided not to wear a number on his shirt for the fourth ODI against England. It did him no harm: he was named Man of the Match.
"I don't believe in astrology but my family members do. Too many people used to call up and pester me and my family to use different numbers. I was so fed up that I decided not to take any of their advices."
Virender Sehwag explains his uncomplicated approach to batting | Jan 1, 2004
"I play my natural game. If the ball is there for hitting then I hit it. That's it, nothing else. I'm not disappointed because the ball was loose and you go for a loose ball. It doesn't matter if I'm out or not."
Sachin Tendulkar's warning to Virender Sehwag during the Test against Pakistan in Multan, 2004. Sehwag reached his triple century with a six.
"If you try to hit a six I will hit you on the bum."
Daniel Vettori after New Zealand were taken apart by Virender Sehwag in the one-dayer in Hamilton | Mar 12, 2009
"We probably needed about 500 tonight the way they played. That would have been a good game."
Andrew Strauss can't help admiring Virender Sehwag's batting
"He almost manipulates the field. You change it, and it's like he says: 'Right, I'm going to hit it somewhere else now'."
Ian Chappell predicts an assault of biblical proportions
Sehwag can change the course of a match with the ease of Moses parting the Red Sea.
Navjot Sidhu explains the secret of Sehwag's success in a Ten Sports broadcast of India's first Test against Pakistan | Mar 30, 2004
Virender Sehwag is a player of paranormal ability.
Sachin Tendulkar talks about the advice he gave when Sehwag was on 295 | Mar 30, 2004
Well, we talked about not playing rash strokes. Of course, he hears me but I'm not sure if he ever listens.
A single stroke takes Sehwag from 295 to 301, and Michael Slater is struck by the wonder of it all | March 29, 2004
Six for the triple. It tells you all you need to know.