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Anindya Dutta

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A Sports fanatic. I play some. I watch all sports, and I enjoy them. Above all, I have an opinion on them all! I can be contacted on anindya@thecricketwriter.com Twitter @cric_writer. Do visit my website www.cricketwriter.com

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March 2016
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When West Indies met their Waterloo in Ireland

When West Indies met their Waterloo in Ireland

3 days ago

Almost to the day, 154-years after Emperor Napoleon’s dreams of conquering the world were shattered on the once beautiful fields of Waterloo, Garry Sobers’ West Indian cricket team faced their own little Waterloo in the picturesque ground of Sion Mills in Ireland.

A tale of two debuts: The Banerjee-Warne story

A tale of two debuts: The Banerjee-Warne story

11 Mar 2017

It was one of those exceptional Test matches that did not throw up a victor, but was never short on drama.

Ian Healy, you just saved my life

Ian Healy, you just saved my life

8 Mar 2017

Given the way the Indian team had been playing in this series against Australia, I barely have any hair left to tear out of my already depleted skull.

Nick Kyrgios and basketball: An unrequited love

Nick Kyrgios and basketball: An unrequited love

15 Feb 2017

Nick Kyrgios’ eight-week suspension from the ATP for “perceived lack of effort” after the Shanghai Open last year, was followed immediately by a decision that attracted less attention at the time.

Cricket’s future is officially in the hands of the next generation

Cricket's future is officially in the hands of the next generation

12 Feb 2017

Alastair Cook mulled over the decision during Christmas and the weeks that followed, and eventually came to the logical conclusion.

Tennis is in the throes of an ageing crisis

Tennis is in the throes of an ageing crisis

29 Jan 2017

One of my most vivid tennis memories is of my 17-year old self, jumping up and down in front of the television, animatedly celebrating the jaw dropping exploits of a 17-year-old.