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Kersi Meher-Homji

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Kersi is an author of 14 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 From Bradman to Kohli -- Best of Australia - India Test cricket with Forewords by Allan Border and Sunil Gavaskar .

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India and Pakistan in gold rush for top Test ranking as Australia demoted to bronze

India and Pakistan in gold rush for top Test ranking as Australia demoted to bronze

18 Aug 2016

I know cricket is not in the Rio Olympics, but there is a rush as to who will claim the top-ranking – call it a gold medal – in Test cricket.

Is Test cricket on its death bed, or just sleeping?

Is Test cricket on its death bed, or just sleeping?

6 Aug 2016

I had a dream. By dream I do not mean an aspiration, I had an actual dream! Well, more of a nightmare.

About time the ‘runner’ rule is reviewed

About time the ‘runner’ rule is reviewed

31 Jul 2016

It was Test cricket at its best. It had its downs and ups, fast scoring at times with screeching brakes applied in the final two epic hours in the just concluded Kandy Test.

After yet another Wimbledon marathon, should tie-breakers be introduced? (Part 2)

After yet another Wimbledon marathon, should tie-breakers be introduced? (Part 2)

6 Jul 2016

Another Wimbledon day and another sleepless night for me in Sydney, as France’s Lucas Pouille beat our Bernard Tomic 10-8 in the fifth set, while Slovakia’s bubbly Dominika Cibulkova defeated third-seeded Pole Agnieszka Radwańska 9-7 in the fifth set.

After yet another Wimbledon marathon, should tie-breakers be introduced in the final set? (Part 1)

After yet another Wimbledon marathon, should tie-breakers be introduced in the final set? (Part 1)

5 Jul 2016

When I went to sleep after 1am on Monday morning, the Wimbledon match between America’s John Isner and 12th seeded Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was still going on.

How Warne the loser turned into a respected spinner in Sri Lanka

How Warne the loser turned into a respected spinner in Sri Lanka

1 Jul 2016

As Australian cricketers start their tour of Sri Lanka next month, Shane Warne will recall his transformation from a battered bowler to a spinner to fear in Sri Lanka in 1992.

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