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All Columnists Date: 1/19/2015 - 4/19/2015
Where does the 50-over game go from here?
Apr 12, 2015
The one-day international is still a batsmannâ?s game â? if anything, the World Cup merely reasserted that â? but one way to counter the big hitting is by claiming wickets. It is not a coincidence that the player of the World Cup was a bowler, Mitchell Starc, the one who virtually ended the final in the first over by dismissing McCullum.
World Cup needs more teams, not less.
Mar 30, 2015
As a monopoly develops, however, there is even more need for a counter. More teams. More encouragement to associate members. Sri Lanka played their first World Cup in 1975. Twenty one years later they were champions.
Indian commentators need lightness of touch
Mar 19, 2015
The grammar and language of one-day cricket are changing â? but you wouldnnâ?t know that from our commentators. We have world class players, officials who run the world game, a captain who is defending a title won four years ago.
Third Man: Recollections from a life in cricket - Book Review
Mar 09, 2015
The rich vein of stories provides the fun side of the book, the expert technical analysis of his contemporary spin bowlers the serious side and the look back at some of his ex-teammates who are no more the poignant side.
Let the ODI remain a batsman's game
Mar 09, 2015
Authorities must resist the call to refigure the bat, make its edges less meaty and so on. Cricket is lucky in that it has three formats at the international level, with a World Cup in two of them. Each of the formats has its own texture, its own flow, and to interfere with that is unnecessary.
What makes a good ODI captain?
Feb 16, 2015
While often the best player in a Test XI is not the captain, in ODI, the best batsman tends to be. Hence the vote of confidence in players such as Dhoni, A B de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, George Bailey, Brendon McCullum, Angelo Matthews â? the most dangerous batsmen in their respective teams.
Book Review: Guts and Glory - Makarand Waingankar
Feb 09, 2015
After his biography of Yuvraj Singh and his book on Mumbai cricketers, Bombay Boys: Chronicles of Cricketing Heroes, Makarand Waingankar has come out with his third book, a series of profiles of Indian cricketers from the 1960s to the present generation.
Top 6 at the World Cup
Feb 05, 2015
India may not inspire confidence. But this is a team which has for years now divorced its non-performance abroad in the longer format from its intensity and confidence in the shorter ones.
BCCI's choices are modernize or go back to the dark ages
Jan 27, 2015
Six weeks is a long time in cricket administration, and if Srinivasan divests himself of his Chennai Super Kings hat, uses his clout in the East and South Zones to swing the votes in West and Central, he might still be President of the BCCI in time to retain or give away the World Cup.
ICC World Cup's mid-life crisis
Jan 21, 2015
Now 40, the World Cup, has the worries of a 40-year-old. At 12, he was allowed to go out on his own, but had to wear white clothes and be back home before dark. At 16, he wore coloured clothes and could stay out late under the lights.
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