India tour of West Indies, 2002 /

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Indian bowlers make for some pretty pitchers

May 30, 2002: Kamikaze missions on a good batting pitch are usually the prerogative of the Indian batting line-up, but Wednesday's one-day international saw the West Indies trespass into that territory as well

Samanth Subramanian

India record comprehensive triumph in Barbados

May 29, 2002: For the first time in their long history, India registered a win at Kensington Oval in Barbados today

Anand Vasu

Linsworth Headley: I'm honoured to be his son

May 29, 2002: The sons of both Bradmans - white and black - decided against playing cricket for a career

Special Correspondent

West Indies digging deeper

May 26, 2002: Carl Hooper and Roger Harper got the balance just about right in assessing the significance of the West Indies' triumph over India in the Cable & Wireless Test series

Tony Cozier

Second One-Day in doubt too

May 26, 2002: This outfield cannot take anymore water

Haydn Gill

Second India-West Indies ODI washed out

May 26, 2002: Without a single ball being bowled the second one-day international between India and West Indies was washed out

Anand Vasu

Rain forces Sabina Park one-dayer to be abandoned

May 25, 2002: Lashed by rains ever since the conclusion of the final Test, Sabina Park, despite the excellent facilities for draining the ground, remained water-logged enough for the first one-dayer between India and the West Indies to be abandoned very early

Samanth Subramanian

Ganguly: We should have won the Test series

May 25, 2002: Rain pelted the window-panes, but the gloom in Sourav Ganguly's room superseded the weather easily

Special Correspondent

It's up to the rain

May 25, 2002: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will have to fork out more than $500 000 in refunds if the murky weather that has hovered over Jamaica for the last three days completely ruins the first of this weekend's back-to-back Cable & Wireless One-Day

Haydn Gill

Oval Pitch 'The Best'

May 24, 2002: In Kingston captain Carl Hooper and coach Roger Harper have held up the Kensington Oval pitch for the second Test of the recent Cable & Wireless Series as an example of what is needed at all levels of West Indies cricket

Tony Cozier

Rain puts cloud over cricket

May 24, 2002: Two days of incessant, torrential rain have dumped nearly two inches of rain on Kingston and put the weekend's first two One-Day Internationals in the Cable & Wireless Series at Sabina Park in some doubt

Tony Cozier

Pushing Tendulkar and Dravid around

May 24, 2002: There are two objections to Dravid being asked tokeep wickets

Partab Ramchand

Done in at the decider

May 23, 2002: In one of my earlier columns, I had opined that the Indians had a good chance of giving their fans an encore of the glorious West Indies tour of 1971

Erapalli Prasanna

The long and short of it

May 23, 2002: Merv Dillon against VVS Laxman - India first innings at Jamaica © CricInfo For a bowler groomed to be the spearhead of the West Indian pace attack, Merv Dillon went an unusually long time without a fivewicket haul

Samanth Subramanian

India let down by bowling attack

May 23, 2002: So the search for the elusive away series win continues

Partab Ramchand

West Indies seal series 2-1 with tremendous win at Jamaica

May 22, 2002: Despite overnight rain delaying the start of the final day's play, the result was a foregone conclusion

Anand Vasu

A tale of missed opportunities

May 22, 2002: By the time the Indian team went to the Caribbean islands next in 1997, the decline of West Indian cricket was clearly marked

Partab Ramchand

Courtney Walsh enjoys the benefits of retirement

May 22, 2002: He stands elegantly in the lounge of the MCC Club in Kingston where, once upon a time, his mother worked as a cook to earn her living

Special Correspondent

West Indies scent victory at the end of fourth day

May 21, 2002: At the end of the fourth day, the West Indies have all but won the final Test and sealed the series 2-1

Anand Vasu

Gibbs: Youngsters are not ready to work hard

May 21, 2002: Lance Gibbs may now reside in Miami, but he cannot stay away from his own country, especially when there is cricket to watch

Special Correspondent
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Tour Results
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 2, 2002
India won by 56 runs (D/L method)
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 1, 2002
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Bridgetown - May 29, 2002
India won by 7 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 26, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 25, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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