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I'm currently working as a writer and sub-editor at CricketCountry.com. Apart from cricket, I follow football (soccer), tennis and Formula One avidly.
I enjoy photography and try sneaking out to capture the streets of Mumbai in my free time.
I completed Bleacher Report's Summer Sports Writing Internship last year and was a Manchester United and tennis Featured Columnist for a few months while still in college.
I have also written for Chequered Flag India magazine, which is India's premier Formula One magazine.
You are welcome! I passed the article link along to several of my Man U-obsessed friends, and they all appreciated it. Keep up the good work!
why are all indians man united fans?
I have a great idea for a post.... It has to do with Next years FO, W, and Olympics. Given the very short period of time between the 2 GS events and the Olympics, I think that it's going to make it tough for any player to go all out in all 3 events. They will be tired. Most take a bit of time off after W. Then you have to consider both Fed and Djokovic want to win the Olympics sooo bad. It would be the crown for Fed, and very nationalistic for Djokovic. Not that I don't think it wouldn't be nationalistic for Fed, but it rounds out his resume. Serbia is a new country, and that's why I think it's more nationalistic for Djokovic. I think that will be a fascinating backstory to approaching FO, W, and the Olympics between Nadal, Fed, and Djokovic if they are all healthy.
You're welcome Jaideep!
No problem, Jaideep.
Hello mate! Just take a look when you are free. I would love to hear what you think.
can't get your slide show to work it start with the number 3 woman?
(I asked the editors before I made the edit in your article to be sure. Of course, it's just a small technicality)
It's a little strange, but we use "US Open" for tennis and "U.S. Open" for golf. It's definitely a little confusing, so I wouldn't be surprised if some other editors have had it incorrect in the past.
Whether it's hyphenated or not depends how it's written. "He is the greatest of all time," it's a noun. "He is the all-time greatest," it's an adjective.