Bhuvneshwar Kumar – a moment of calmness amidst the Kohli storm

When Rohit Sharma tossed the ball to Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the last over of the 3rd T20I against South Africa, the match was hanging in the balance. It shouldn’t have been but a certain Christiaan Jonker decided to go bonkers at the Indian bowling. Shardul Thakur looked flummoxed. Jasprit Bumrah, uneasy. Bhuvi walked to his... Continue Reading →


Vivo’s IPL acquisition: China, changing the face of sports business

If you have worked long enough in the sports industry, the word China will always catch your attention. Previously, it was because of the premium Chinese athletes who would astonish you with skills beyond belief and normally top the medal tally in most sporting events. Nowadays, the word China makes you twitch a bit in... Continue Reading →

Sir Ravindra Jadeja’s Excalibur: It cuts. It cuts deep

November 5, 2009 brings back bittersweet memories for every Indian cricket fan. In a cliff-hanger against the mighty Australians, Sachin Tendulkar produced a modern age classic. Chasing 351 runs to win, Tendulkar scripted an epic knock of 175. But India fell short. India fell heartbreakingly short. India lost the game by mere three runs. The superhero's... Continue Reading →


Rahul Dravid – a flop mentor but the one that Team India needs

2013 - Play-offs 2014 - Group stage 2015 - Play-offs 2016 - Group stage That's Rahul Dravid's CV as a coach/mentor. Add a Champions League final loss and a defeat in the World Cup U-19 final to that. The problem with Dravid, the mentor, is that his teams don't win trophies. In fact, when the... Continue Reading →


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