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Kersi Meher-Homji

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About

Kersi is an author of 13 cricket books including The Waugh Twins, Crcket's Great All-rounders, Six Appeal and Nervous Nineties. He writes regularly for Inside Cricket and other publications. He is busy with his new book on Cricket's Conflicts and Controversies with a Foreword by Greg Chappell.

Member Since:
April 2009
Based In:
Sydney
Favourite Sporting Team:
Indian cricket team, Australian cricket team, Parramatta in NRL
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Tennis,

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India continue South Africa’s World Cup disappointment

India continue South Africa's World Cup disappointment

6 Apr 2014

South Africa is rated very highly in Tests and ODIs. But when it comes to World Cups and World Twenty20, they flop. Far from not winning a World Cup or World T20, they have not even made it to the final – neither in World Cups since they began in 1975, nor in World T20 […]

Tendulkar proved cricket can be a gentleman’s sport

Tendulkar proved cricket can be a gentleman's sport

16 Mar 2014

No one can argue that Sachin Tendulkar is one of the all-time great batsmen. He holds most records in Tests and ODIs and was a delight to watch with his artistic stroke-play. However, Tendulkar being voted ESPNcricinfo’s Cricketer of the Generation by a 50-member international jury of current and past cricketers and eminent journalists and […]

Australia mutate from frightening to frightful within a week

Australia mutate from frightening to frightful within a week

25 Feb 2014

What a fall for the touring Australian cricketers. ‘Are the Aussies approaching the Golden Age?‘, I asked last week on The Roar. This was after they won their sixth Test match in a row – five against England in Australia and one against the number one Test nation South Africa in South Africa. Also I […]

Should McCullum have declared earlier?

Should McCullum have declared earlier?

19 Feb 2014

The Wellington Test between New Zealand and India which ended yesterday was a swinging sensation. India looked certain to win before lunch on day four. Then thanks to New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum’s magnificent century, which he converted into a double century and presto into a triple hundred, the hosts were sniffing a victory at […]

Are the Aussies approaching the Golden Age?

Are the Aussies approaching the Golden Age?

17 Feb 2014

Have I spoken too early? Is the current Australian cricket team approaching the Golden Age? Remember, still two Tests are to be played against the no.1 Test nation South Africa. Until 21 November 2013 Australian cricket lovers were moaning and groaning about their team’s future after being whitewashed 0-4 by India in India and defeated […]

KP’s arrogance and seriousness cost him his career

KP's arrogance and seriousness cost him his career

7 Feb 2014

The retirement of Kevin Pietersen has already resulted in a spate of articles in newspapers around the cricketing world, featuring his highs and his lows. He was the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde of cricket. When at his best he was a supreme batsman, one of the most eye-catching I have seen. But often he […]

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