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Virat, the 3 in 1 Genius
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Virat, the 3 in 1 Genius

By R.S. Krishnaswamy This guy would probably end up as the greatest batsman the cricketing world has ever produced. He can be classical, brutal and would deliver a magnificent cover drive and also powerful lofted shots in any form of cricket — one dayers, Twenty-20 and the legendary Test cricket. The talk of the cricketing…

Who is the greatest All-Rounder ?
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Who is the greatest All-Rounder ?

By U.B. Acharya A former Australian captain Bobby Simpson’s definition of an all-rounder is “An all-rounder should be worth his position in the side either as a batsman or as a bowler.” Well said indeed. Generally, a test cricketer, who has scored 1,000 runs and also taken 100 wickets, is considered as an all-rounder. Using…

Congrats to our boys on emphatic victory
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Congrats to our boys on emphatic victory

By V.N. Prasad Reportedly it was way back in 1936, Don Bradman’s invincibles lost the first two and went on to win a 5 Tests Ashes. The emphatic victory of Indians at Nottingham sees hopes of second such in the history when our boys head to South Hampton. I was not too wrong in the…

‘Birmingham Blues’ at Edgbaston
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‘Birmingham Blues’ at Edgbaston

By V.N. Prasad Though not a ‘Nail Biter’; the 31 runs victory of the English over the Indians at Edgbaston leaves a few questions unanswered. Density of atmosphere helped the cherry move around sharply. Less of ‘green-top’ helped moderate bounce. Purchase of turn by Ashwin from day one kept many wondering if it was costly…

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