When I started watching cricket in the early 90’s I was fascinated by the bowlers from different parts of the world. Their celebration after scalping a wicket was something I loved to copy as a 10 year old kid. That was an era when cricketing world saw some of the best fast and swing bowlers.
“Sachin Tendulkar”, the name says it all. He is perhaps the only contemporary cricketer about whom so much has been written and so much has been read but you still end up craving for more. For someone who is in his 38th year it is not easy to keep the passion going, however here is
Another shameful act on the cricket field and not so surprisingly it was from someone who feels they are superior to others on the basis of skin color. What Steyn did against West Indies is nothing new that has come from Whites. Every time they feel some kind of pressure, they lose control. The most
In a generation where we have almost forgotten what happened some 70-80 years back, it’s a good time to refresh the memory with the days when test cricket was the only form of the game and was much more entertaining than the not so called shorter and further shortest versions of the game. The 1st
Dear Sachin, This is the 1st time I am writing a letter to you. I chose this time to write a letter as your birth-date is approaching near. The birthday I celebrate as a festival. I am your fan since Hero Cup semi-final against South Africa at Kolkata in 1993. The first time I heard