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Sharada Iyer

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About Me

A mad-cap cricket and tennis follower. Ardent sports fan. Have a flair for writing, and have combined my passion for sports and love for writing into a life-long career.

09-May-2016 Cricket and India's Olympic Sports

The upside and flipside of Sachin Tendulkar as an Olympic ambassador.

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05-May-2016 The Making of an Untimely Career Break

Is it the beginning of Dhoni's downfall?

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06-Apr-2016 The superficial theatrics of Shahid Afridi

Boom Boom has bowed out not with a bang, but a whimper.

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23-Mar-2016 The shadows behind Kohli

Virat Kohli has been playing magnificiently, but he is just one man, and we can't expect him to do everything.

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09-Dec-2015 The Test of defiance

The Proteas went back to basics in their attempt to salvage a draw in Delhi.

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28-Oct-2015 The series of hits and misses for India

Questions must be asked of Dhoni, the selectors and team management.

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26-Oct-2015 Sehwag: On his terms

Virender Sehwag changed the face of test batting in India and the world.

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30-Sep-2015 AB de Villiers: A product of the times bound by time

De Villiers is a product of not just his own inherence, but also of the times that surround and fuel the ever-increasing wants of cricket’s mainstream continuity.

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16-Sep-2015 Caught in the crosshairs

The scrutiny on India's aggression is unfair and unhelpful to a new team finding its groove.

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03-Sep-2015 Ringing the Bell of precedence

Ian Bell's retirement from ODIs is setting a precedent for many in a world increasingly dominated by short-form cricket.

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