Ritesh Misra Roar Guru

Ritesh Misra

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A sports lover based in Mumbai, India, My favourite sports are cricket and tennis. I cheer for Team India, closely followed by Team Australia. pl visit my blog thesportsmanwritesaway.wordpress.com

Member Since:
 
March 2015
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Mumbai
Favourite Sports:
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Get fit soon, Dale Steyn

Get fit soon, Dale Steyn

8 Jan 2018

Fearsome South African bowler Dale Steyn is a keen fisherman – so much so that he and fellow fast bowler Morne Morkel are known to discuss fishing in the midst of their bowling spells to keep themselves calm. Among various injuries he has had throughout his career is a freak injury while fishing in Zimbabwe.

Tendulkar’s early years and how he made it

Tendulkar's early years and how he made it

29 Dec 2017

Sachin Tendulkar’s achievements are well chronicled. Right from his childhood and his school days he seemed destined for greatness and it is remarkable that not only did he not allow fame and adulation to overpower him, he actually achieved his goals and met his destiny.

The importance of being Ben Stokes

The importance of being Ben Stokes

2 Dec 2017

An allrounder in cricket is worth his weight in gold. He brings balance to the side and that balance itself often helps to convert a good team into an excellent one.

Review of London World Tour Finals 2017

Review of London World Tour Finals 2017

24 Nov 2017

The lead-up to the elite year-end event in London was initially all about whether world No. 1 Rafael Nadal would participate. Ultimately, the organisers heaved a huge sigh of relief when Rafa confirmed he would compete, but there was a twist in the tale.

Anecdotes from Mumbai’s legendary cricketers

Anecdotes from Mumbai's legendary cricketers

15 Nov 2017

During Mumbai’s 500 Ranji match celebrations on November 8, legendary cricketers shared little-known incidents of their careers, so let’s go through these cricketers’ reminiscences.

Smith to be Australia’s best since Bradman?

Smith to be Australia's best since Bradman?

14 Nov 2017

Sir Don Bradman’s 334 against England at Headingley in 1930 was the highest Test score ever by an Australian batsman.