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In cricket, the importance of the coach is greatly overstated

Often coaches work well with certain kind of players and struggle in alien cultures where they seek to impose their style.

Post-Tendulkar,the future looks as bright as it was at turn of century

I thought of it as I started writing this article in an atmosphere of post-Tendulkar gloom.

Sachin Tendulkar’s mastery in the late ’90s gave others time to find their feet

It was also a phase before Dravid,Ganguly and Laxman established themselves as world class batsmen.

IPL means India vs Australia is more friendly fire: Harsha Bhogle

Is the IPL almost preparing overseas players to beat the home country?

In The Ashes,the most intriguing battle will be fought in the mind: Harsha Bhogle

I will be very interested in seeing whether…well…England can do an Australia,writes Harsha.

West Indies,the people’s champion

Something very unusual,and heartwarming,happened in the moments following the West Indies winning the World T20 in Colombo.

Afghanistan will benefit if they get to play the IPL

There are often very good reasons why schedules are the way they are and it is also true that those commenting on schedules have fewer variables to consider than those making them

West Indies favourites,but this is an open World T20

There was a time when the sub-continent was mystery,assigned darker and more exotic shades than even we were aware of.

When playing cricket is a celebration: Harsha Bhogle

Ostensibly Saturday’s match at Visakhapatnam will be between India and New Zealand.

How calm South Africans took cricket world by storm

This team is unlike earlier SA outfits that played the game with an almost self-consuming intensity

VVS’s badge of honour: Respect in dressing room & from opponents

It was always “chik”,that sound from VVS Laxman’s bat when it met ball; a gentle sound,barely audible,a pleasant meeting of two otherwise antagonistic elements.

Bolt’s feat a lesson for India’s young talent gone astray

Bolt and Yohan Blake force us to revisit the eternal debate between natural ability and hard work.


Not since the Aussies has a No.1 truly made winning a habit,says Harsha Bhogle.

Suresh bhai and the magic of radio

He was lonely,ever since his wife and the strength of his life Meera,had passed away a few years ago.

Blaming India is the lazy way out: Harsha Bhogle

Interesting thing about Tony Greig’s lecture was not that he took off on India but that it took so long coming.