Jul 25, 2015: His habit of moving deep into his crease has challenged right-arm fast bowlers. The same can't be said of the left-armers
Jul 14, 2015: The team's focus seems to have switched from their traditional reliance on spin, and that has shown in their results
Jul 9, 2015: While the numbers show he has indeed not been scoring freely in ODIs, he has been improving on the whole and his skills demand that he is persevered with
Jun 20, 2015: Both left-arm spinners have fallen into a rut, and it comes down to subtle technical changes made wittingly or otherwise to their bowling
Jun 16, 2015: It's not an easy choice for India as they go into a long home season
Apr 3, 2015: The World Cup has breathed life into the format, but we still need to give bowlers more of a say and make the middle overs more watchable
Mar 5, 2015: The sport's top event must be a high-quality affair. It's up to us to ensure that Associates get a fair chance at making the cut for it
Jan 23, 2015: A bent arm helps you gain speed and add revolutions to the ball. It stands to reason that without it, a spinner's effectiveness is bound to be diminished
Oct 12, 2013: The fact that he was on the brink of being pushed out, and running out of time, makes Yuvraj's latest return even sweeter
Aug 23, 2013: Why does a cricketer's long-cherished hope of performing on the biggest stage often crumble on the big day?
Jul 26, 2013: Their squad to Zimbabwe is young and inexperienced; time to experiment and hand out opportunities
West Indies v Sri Lanka, 1st ODI, Kingston
Jun 29, 2013: On a pitch that caused problems for most batsmen, two thrived, and in contrasting styles
Jun 10, 2013: Indian cricket is where it is today because of its supporters, but their dedication is being tried by the unsavouriness surrounding the game
May 26, 2013: Getting away with deceit can provide a certain high. For some, the rewards of cheating will always outweigh the potential consequences
May 23, 2013: Apart from plenty of luck, you need to pick your team wisely, bat at the top and have your captain's support
May 15, 2013: Despite a small squad bereft of big names, Rajasthan Royals' captain has churned out win after win
Mar 27, 2013: When cricket becomes a lottery because of the playing surface, it's not fair on the players or the viewers
Mar 23, 2013: India's coach has clearly not produced results, so how come he has got an extension?
Mar 13, 2013: There may be plenty of left-hand batsmen in the opposition, but it still doesn't make sense to leave your best bowler out of the side
Feb 20, 2013: How do we assess talent? And why do we persevere with players who we believe have special skills even when they don't display them consistently enough?
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