karthikkrishnaswamy The Indian Express Group
Wednesday 13 November '13Amidst lows and sporadic highs of his twilight years, Sachin has had to tune out a chorus of voices.
Sunday 20 October '13In the Thalassery-Kannur belt, a circus town finds its gymnastic dreams faltering
Friday11 October '13In India, cricket fans of a certain age will find it hard to imagine cricket without Tendulkar.
Friday11 October '13The curly mop has receded over 24 years, but the nation-wide adulation has remained a constant.
Thursday10 October '13Sri Lanka are going to have an awfully hard time replacing him.
Sunday1 September '13Thomas retired 13 years ago, but he’s still at the ground most mornings.
Wednesday14 August '13Before the Ashes began, it was hard to pick Australia’s best top six.
Thursday8 August '13As soon as the team landed in Delhi they walked into a raucous airport welcome.
Wednesday24 July '13Court number five at the RK Khanna tennis complex is watched over by a small group, composed nearly entirely of coaching staff and family members
Sunday21 July '13At Meerut's Victoria Park, pacers learn the art of moving the ball both ways quite early. Karthik Krishnaswamy visits the ground where Bhuvneshwar followed Praveen’s footsteps.
Monday15 July '13Pujara is about to face an important time in his career, with a potential ODI debut in Zimbabwe.
Saturday13 July '13This has been Hughes’s fate right through his career. Coming into the Ashes, he had endured a horror tour of India
Saturday13 July '13At one end, number eleven Ashton Agar stroked a languid 98. At the other, number six Phil Hughes made an unbeaten 81.
Wednesday10 July '13In the build-up to the Ashes, reverse swing has been a major talking point, particularly after England’s displays in the Champions Trophy.
Tuesday9 July '13Murray’s daily regime includes an hour of beach running, 90 minutes of yoga in a 43-degree sauna, multiple sets of chin-ups with a 20kg weight strapped around his waist
Thursday4 July '13A week on from Mickey Arthur's sacking, Australia's Ashes hopes seem to have brightened, if only to the extent that the dominant media assessment
Monday1 July '13Last month, the ICC Cricket Committee had voiced its concern over the rising number
Saturday1 June '13Bangladesh, since their ascension to Test status, have met Sri Lanka 14 times and Australia only 4.
Wednesday29 May '13How much can Guardiola change Bayern’s style of play?
Thursday23 May '13Rajasthan to meet Mumbai in Qualifier and through to the Champions League T20.
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