1. The Tainted Legacy of Michael Schumacher

    Michael Schumacher is a name synonymous with driving. Such is the impact that this man has had on the sport (Formula 1)...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 4 years ago 1,610 reads 3 comments

  2. The Wimbledon Marathon

    How would one describe a 183 game thriller? You can keep looking for answers, but you will find it extremely hard to find one. I will try getting close with this reflection. Court no...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 4 years ago 188 reads 0 comments

  3. Mumbai Indians Over Reliant on Tendulkar

    This is no new story to any team with Tendulkar. India was relying too much on this man at one point, and now the Mumbai Indians are showing signs of it. Their bowling is pretty good...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about over 4 years ago 108 reads 3 comments

  4. The Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) – Needs Reviewing

    The Umpire decision review system (UDRS) enables a team to challenge an Umpire’s decision in international cricket. Each of the two teams is allowed two unsuccessful challenges (and any number of successful challenges)...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about over 4 years ago 461 reads 102 comments

  5. 20 Years of Sachin Tendulkar – A TRIBUTE to a Genius

    November 15th 1989, was a special day for the world of cricket. The little “BIG” man played his first international match, and to make the occasion more special, it was against India’s arch rival, Pakistan...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about almost 5 years ago 671 reads 5 comments

  6. The Champion of Champions

    It is an all too familiar sight; isn’t it? A big tournament final, and the Australians are right on the money. How do they do this over and over again? Well, just that they peak at the right time...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about almost 5 years ago 83 reads 2 comments

  7. The Favourites Crash Out

    If someone asked you the question: “Who is going to win the ICC Champions Trophy 2009?” before the start of the tournament, chances are that you would have picked one team among India, South Africa and Sri Lanka...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about almost 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  8. Free Hits and Expensive Misses

    When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Over the last two decades in the world of cricket, the period I have followed with passion, a lot has happened both on and off the field...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 5 years ago 296 reads 0 comments

  9. Federer vs Roddick : When the Game Turned Cruel

    How many times has one wondered how nice it would be if tennis had a tie or a draw. The 2009 Wimbledon finals between Andy Roddick and Roger Federer would have made you to think just that...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 5 years ago 146 reads 0 comments

  10. The JUGGERNAUT rolls on

    What is going on? More than half a billion people in India are getting up at 3 AM! Is it Diwali or some other festival? No. Are people crazy then? Yes! They are crazy about one man...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about over 5 years ago 288 reads 3 comments

  11. Virender Sehwag: Why Is He So Special?

    How often will you see a batsman refuse a single while on 199? Probably never. But Sehwag did. Such is his commitment to the team. In order to shield his partner and to retain strike, he did not take a single until the last ball of the over...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 6 years ago 915 reads 51 comments

  12. Fed-Ex? Roger Federer Human After All

    What is going on with Roger Federer? Isn’t he supposed to be winning everything? Well, that is what people expect. He's just proven he is human...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 6 years ago 1,418 reads 0 comments

  13. One Day Internationals in danger !

    Now a days, ODIs are getting kind of boring. Is it fully because of T20? Well; it is more to do with the inheritance of certain characteristics of T20 that people are beginning to lose interest in it...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 6 years ago 177 reads 0 comments

  14. A High Voltage Clash; or is it ?

    One of the great rivalries in the game of cricket—India vs. Pakistan has lost its shine. No longer are the matches between the two teams played with the same intensity as they used be in the late 90s or early 2000s...

    Aswath B Written by Aswath B about 6 years ago 514 reads 0 comments