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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.con Twitter @cric_writer. Do visit my website www.cricketwriter.com

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March 2016
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Totally ‘Heedless’ Nick: Which angry cartoon character is he really like?

Totally ‘Heedless’ Nick: Which angry cartoon character is he really like?

12 Oct 2017

Our Nick has done it again.

The pink ball is creating problems and something needs to change

The pink ball is creating problems and something needs to change

7 Oct 2017

Imagine this. It is the second of December, 2017. You walk in to bat at the Adelaide Oval with your team score at 0 for 1 and Alastair Cook back in the pavilion.

The ‘A to Z’ of the Australian attack will struggle against India

The 'A to Z' of the Australian attack will struggle against India

15 Sep 2017

What is clear from cricket conversations on various forums, including this one, is that the Aussie public is largely indifferent to the ODI series that will start this weekend between Australia and India.

The next generation of tennis superstars are knocking on the door

The next generation of tennis superstars are knocking on the door

6 Sep 2017

The year was 1973. With Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall, who had together dominated tennis for almost a decade and a half, nearing the end of their careers, the search had begun for the next generation of tennis superstars who would pick up the mantle.

Meet Jhulan Goswami, the best bowler of the 21st century

12 Aug 2017

Her bowling average of 16.62 in Test cricket would put her at No.6 among all bowlers with ten or more matches if she was playing the men’s game.

Ravi Jadeja’s suspension is the only thing stopping his relentless progress

Ravi Jadeja's suspension is the only thing stopping his relentless progress

8 Aug 2017

He has played 32 Test matches, taken 155 wickets giving away an average of 23 runs per hapless victim.