Rendezvous with a genius, Virat Kohli

If you're a cricket fan, espcially Indian, the bat is likely to be the first tool you pick up. I loved the MRF bats, undoubtedly the most popular ones in India and the kookaburra ones because of their pretty stickers. Virat Kohli, 21, batting in his first ODI series with the bat which had a... Continue Reading →

Unorthodox Elegance – Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, the first thing which comes to our mind when we think of him is his unique batting stance. But he wasn't all about that, Chanderpaul is one of those few players who amassed truckload of runs and bored the bowlers and opposition fans to death with his unorthodox but extremely effective technique. He... Continue Reading →

Edgbaston and An Epic Battle

Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, is not new to epic cricketing battles. 13 years post that epic encounter in Ashes 2005, Edgbaston was hosting visiting Indian team for the first match in the 5 match series. India, the #1 ranked team in the world and there was a lot of hype around the battle but it... Continue Reading →

Jasprit Bumrah: India’s Smiling Assassin

Running in 10-15 steps away from the case, a jump near the popping crease and release of the ball with an extremely unorthodox action, that's how India's new Talisman operates. Not a right-handed batsman or a left-handed batsman, which has often been the case in this country. Jasprit Bumrah's rise in the last few years... Continue Reading →

MS Dhoni & The People Who Admire Him

What has been MS Dhoni pattern of finishing over the years? Start slowly. Take the game to last few overs & unleash at the right moment by targeting right bowler. It was a brilliant cricketing brain which used to calculate all these things & amazing ability to stay calm & cool under pressure and of... Continue Reading →

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