The legspinner, who was bashed for three consecutive sixes by Hardik Pandya in the first ODI, feels bowling bad balls willfully could sometimes buck the pressure off bowlers
Questions remain over pitch preparation as the ground remains covered
The former senior coach of the AFL club Gold Coast is set to take cricket's side in the war for Australian sporting talent after signing as a coaching and talent identification specialist for Victoria
How many times has that happened in Tests?
The fast bowler conceded that he had even contemplated giving up the longest format and turning into a T20 specialist following multiple injuries
Former India opener Aakash Chopra looks at five talking points from the series opener
Hardik Pandya's calculated aggression against Australia on Sunday proved his adaptability and maturity. In the long run, it could give an already formidable India an extra bowler without compromising on the batting
Over-experimentation in the middle overs undid the early damage inflicted by the pacers, says Australia captain
The key stats from the Indian innings in Chennai, which was highlighted by Hardik Pandya's blistering 83, and MS Dhoni's late charge
Bob Holland, who had been diagnosed with brain cancer earlier this year, died after suffering a brain bleed while in a Newcastle hospital, where he was being treated for broken ribs
Why the Australia opener should be part of the discussion when it comes to picking the best batsmen of the current era
Since January 2013, the average first-innings score in ODIs between the two sides is 321. Will the MA Chidambaram Stadium witness another run-fest?
Australia's spin consultant S Sriram brings in Kerala-based left-arm wristspinner KK Jiyas to help the visitors train ahead of the first ODI in Chennai
Hardik Pandya single-handedly won India the first ODI of the series, setting up his 2 for 28 by rescuing the hosts from 87 for 5