Sanjay Manjrekar

Former India batsman; commentator


The perfect man for the job
The perfect man for the job

Anil Kumble is a born leader who likes to roll his sleeves up and get involved. His decision to contest the KSCA elections could be a stepping stone for bigger roles in Indian cricket administration

The problems with India's young batsmen
The problems with India's young batsmen

Some pull to make a statement, one pushes meekly. One's feet resemble Johhnie Walker's, another needs to stop resembling others

'I back myself to get big scores'
'I back myself to get big scores'

Sehwag dissects his Cricinfo Award-winning 201 against Sri Lanka

'Bring sanity to the schedule'
'Bring sanity to the schedule'

Sanjay Manjrekar, Ian Chappell and Tony Greig on the issues facing cricket in 2009

Time to focus on the team
Time to focus on the team

If Dravid's exclusion from the one-day squad is part of a process with a clear vision, then it will make some sense, for it is critical that the process must continue without compromise

'Lara the greatest among his peers'
'Lara the greatest among his peers'

What defines greatness in a batsman? Is it the weight of statistics or the ability to score runs in all conditions? In the concluding part of this Round Table discussion on modern batsmen, Sanjay Manjrekar asks John Wright, Tony Greig, Ian Chappell and Ra

The boardroom battle for commercial rights
The boardroom battle for commercial rights

The big battle in cricket is currently being fought in the board room, with the Indian cricket board making it clear to the ICC that it plays the game of commercial rights by its own rules. In the first of the two-part series, Sanjay Manjrekar has a good

No commercial breaks
No commercial breaks

Sanjay Manjrekar on why the BCCI needs to take radical steps to save young talent from going astray

Crack that whip, John
Crack that whip, John

The Indian coach should start asserting himself, says Sanjay Manjrekar

A suitable man
A suitable man

India's new coach needs to be trustworthy, committed, and inspirational

Stop now, and think
Stop now, and think

The Denness affair is behind us. It's time to ponder the way ahead, says Sanjay Manjrekar