'If fame, money and comfort are the only factors that drive us, then we are playing cricket for entirely the wrong reasons.' IMAGE: V V S Laxman celebrates his double century in the memorable Eden Gardens Test, March 14, 2001. Photograph: Hamish Blair/Allsport V V S Laxman, one of India's finest batsmen, delivered the eighth Dilip Sardesai Memorial Lecture at the Cricket Club of India on Thursday, September 29, 2016. A Very Very Special cricketer's fascinating insights on the game. I remember ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The five days of Tied Test II were most miserably humid days. Even out in the open of the Chepauk pavilion, we would be drenched in sweat even as we sat down at 9.30 am to watch the day's play. Imagine then the plight of the players who had to ...Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Retirement is a natural conclusion to a sportsman's career, even if occasionally the inevitable is delayed. Has the Sachin Tendulkar retirement drama spoilt the modern cricketer or is he merely taking his cue from the poet Dylan Thomas: Do not go ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
MIAMI/FORT LAUDERDALE: Cricket was one of the many interests of the storied American polymath Benjamin Franklin. Fellow Founding Father John Adams advised that the White House occupant not be called President because only ''fire brigades and cricket ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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