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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

Member Since:
 
March 2016
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Singapore
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Hail Rafa, the Emperor of Clay

Hail Rafa, the Emperor of Clay

3 days ago

When Rafael Nadal raised his hands to the Monte Carlo sky in victory with fists clinched this Sunday, he had a smile on his face that reflected relief more than ecstasy.

The Invincibles on my wall: The story of the 1948 Australian team sheet

The Invincibles on my wall: The story of the 1948 Australian team sheet

19 Apr 2017

The many coloured inks of the 18 signatures on the Australian ‘team sheet’ have long dried. The signatories have all passed on but for the youngest member of the side.

Reflecting on the career of doubles maestro Leander Paes

Reflecting on the career of doubles maestro Leander Paes

11 Apr 2017

26 years as a professional tennis player. 140 different doubles partners. 18 Grand Slam doubles titles. Five Asian Games gold medals, and one Olympics bronze.

The Zen Master of Cricket lays down his bat

The Zen Master of Cricket lays down his bat

7 Apr 2017

He is not the leading run scorer for Pakistan in Test cricket. Not by a mile.

When West Indies met their Waterloo in Ireland

When West Indies met their Waterloo in Ireland

24 Mar 2017

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.