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Editor of Intelligent Life magazine and a former editor of Wisden
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Advantage Wimbledon

Jul 10, 2007: Where tennis scores over cricket

Same old blues

Jun 26, 2007: England's unconvincing clear-out in one-day cricket

The naming-after game

Jun 12, 2007: Cricket has some handsome, concrete ways of making sure this happens, naming parts of grounds after its greatest exponents

The game's new conscience

May 29, 2007: Why the MCC's new committee matters

West Indies in England, 2007

England's four-fold target against West Indies

May 15, 2007: Tim de Lisle believes that England's targets for the series against West Indies will include hoping for an aggressive start, gettting hold of a productive middle, aiming for an accurate attack and ensuring 100% unity

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World Cup review

A farce, a fiasco, a debacle or a shambles?

May 1, 2007: Tim de Lisle looks back the World Cup and concludes that as an event, it committed the crime that sports administrators are apt to accuse players of: it brought the game into disrepute

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England captains are never great one-day players

It's not just Vaughan

Apr 17, 2007:

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The authorities are having a shocker of a World Cup

A public relations disaster

Apr 3, 2007: This World Cup has been a tough one from many points of view, not all of them the ICC's fault; they can hardly be blamed for the horrific death of Bob Woolmer

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The four keys to an exceptional coach

The wonder of Woolmer

Mar 19, 2007: Tim de Lisle on the four keys to an exceptional coach

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McGrath the one-day batsman

Gloriously inept

Mar 6, 2007: Ever thought of Glenn McGrath the one-day bowler up against Glenn McGrath the one-day batsman?

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South Africa replace Australia as No. 1

Reaching the top by stealth

Feb 20, 2007: Are South Africa the best in the world, asks Tim de Lisle? Not really

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Why does cricket carry on so?

We want less

Feb 6, 2007: Cricket, like the food in British supermarkets, has lost a lot of its seasonality. It rolls on remorselessly, year-round, and doesn't care if it loses flavour as a result, says Tim de Lisle

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All much of a muchness

Who has the world's best attack?

Jan 23, 2007: As Bob Dylan observed in a song a few years ago, Things Have Changed. For the first time in perhaps 35 years, there is no outstanding attack in world cricket

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England's decision to reinstate Michael Vaughan

The day of the specialist captain

Jan 9, 2007: For the umpteenth time this winter, England are taking a risk on a half-fit player as Michael Vaughan returns to captain

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The treadmillish times of the modern cricketer

How long is a career?

Dec 12, 2006: Tim de Lisle on the ever-lengthening careers of the modern cricketer

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The Ashes, 2006-07

Give Harmy a break

Nov 28, 2006: Tim de Lisle justifies why Steve Harmison should be rested for Adelaide

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The Champion's Trophy, 2006

Why it has been fun this time

Oct 31, 2006: The Champions Trophy has been fun, mainly because it has been unpredictable.

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The coach and legspinner divide

Warne and Buchanan: two wrongs ...

Sep 19, 2006: There is a widening rift in the Australian camp, between the brains of the team off the field (Buchanan) and the brains on it (Warne)

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End of the road?

Going, going ... Gough

Sep 5, 2006: Gough's departure from the stage has been protracted and painful, but it shouldn't be allowed to take the shine off a memorable career, writes Tim de Lisle

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Farce at The Oval

A case of over-reacting to an over-reaction

Aug 22, 2006: Tim de Lisle blames Hair for pulling the plug hastily, faults the Pakistanis for reacting churlishly before criticising Hair for over-reacting to their over-reaction

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Playing solo

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Australian cricket's two Indias

For long, Australians expected hardship on a tour to India. These days the living conditions are far more friendly, and the difficulties are mostly out the middle

India's worst ever seven-wicket collapse

As Steve O'Keefe raced his way to a six-wicket haul in Pune, India registered a record collapse

Shadab Khan, not just domestic material

Once on the verge of giving up legspin bowling for batting, 18-year-old Shadab Khan is now making headlines in the PSL with his all-round show

The Ashwin blueprint for Lyon's success

Nathan Lyon will have to adopt some of his Indian counterpart's methods if he is to set his record in Asia right; and he has been working on doing just that

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