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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

Member Since:
 
March 2016
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The importance of being Aiden Markram

The importance of being Aiden Markram

12 Apr 2018

183 days, 1000 runs, two centuries, average 55.55.

The story of George Headley, Panama’s ‘Black Bradman’

The story of George Headley, Panama's 'Black Bradman'

2 Mar 2018

Born in Panama of a mother from Jamaica and a father from Barbados who was involved in the building of the Panama Canal, and early schooled in Cuba, George Headley would never have become a cricketer if he hadn’t picked up Spanish.

A tale of two Nicks

A tale of two Nicks

25 Jan 2018

At Melbourne Park last week Charles Dickens found himself back in vogue as media and fans alike tried to figure out which of the two Nicks would come to the court each time Nick Kyrgios’s name was announced.

At Sweet 16, the heart still beats for Nadal

At Sweet 16, the heart still beats for Nadal

10 Jan 2018

“Eventually our relationships with athletes over time are not only to do with winning but also how they win,

Can T10 make cricket a truly global game?

Can T10 make cricket a truly global game?

20 Dec 2017

While Steve Smith has continued his march towards Bradmanesque greatness at the WACA, quietly, unobtrusively, an experiment was playing out in the midst of the deserts of Sharjah.

Afghanistan’s Test debut is the most important cricketing event of 2018

Afghanistan’s Test debut is the most important cricketing event of 2018

13 Dec 2017

While there has been a focus on the delay in promoting Ireland to elite Test status, less has been written and discussed on Afghanistan. It’s a pity, because this is a story worth telling – time and again.