1. Why Have Australia Not Found a Quality Spinner Yet?

    Australia is a country with no dearth of talent in cricket. They have got replacements or players on the bench who would have played for any other country (and not sat outside) apart from Australia...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 131 reads 9 comments

  2. The Art of Forward Short Leg Fielding!

    According to me, the toughest fielding position is standing at forward short leg. In case you are not clear about this position, it is the guy who wears a helmet and stands on the leg side close ...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 750 reads 10 comments

  3. A Comparison Between Brian Lara and Ricky Ponting!

    Brian Charles Lara and Ricky Thomas Ponting are two contemporary greats in Test match batting (not that they have not done well in ODIs). Lara and Ponting have a compact stance, but the back lift of each is high...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 1,907 reads 14 comments

  4. Sachin Tendulkar Hits Another Ton!

    Sachin Tendulkar has notched up his 43rd hundred in ODIs. Not a new sight for avid fans of the little master! He not only made an effortless ton, but also brought up his third 150-plus score...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 343 reads 5 comments

  5. All Rounders XI

    I have compiled an 11-player batting list which includes great all-rounders, and some good all-rounders. It was tough picking 11, with an entire list of all-rounders. I have done my best and your feedback is welcome...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 145 reads 9 comments

  6. The Most Genuine All-Rounders in Test Cricket History

    All rounders in any form of sport are important for the team. In cricket, there have always been one or two all rounders in a team. Finding a genuine one is very tough...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 1,881 reads 19 comments

  7. Most Powerful Forehands in Tennis

    Forehand, probably the shot which brings about maximum winners, may not be as delightful as a singlehanded backhand but definitely very effective. This article portrays the strongest forehands in the ATP tour...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 5,210 reads 14 comments

  8. Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Mr.Consistent From Guyana!

    This guy, probably, has the most unconventional stance and technique in cricketing history. He is one of the unsung heroes of West Indies cricket and WAS, an underrated player until an operation on his foot late in 2000...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 174 reads 6 comments

  9. Graeme Smith's 4th Innings Love Affair

    Graeme Smith, the South African Cricket captain, has a game which might not seem compact but it is one of the most effective when more than the fourth innings of a test match! The South African skipper has a whopping fourth innings average of 80...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 311 reads 7 comments

  10. Why Is Stefan Edberg Not Considered a Great?

    Stefan Edberg, a former World number 1 Swede, has been considered one of the best serve-and-volley players. He has the rare distinction of being a Singles as well as Doubles World No. 1. He has six singles Grand Slam titles and three doubles titles...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 175 reads 17 comments

  11. The Rafael Nadal-Roger Federer Grand Slam Rivalry at a Glance

    I know lots of people have written similar articles but I couldn't stop myself from writing about these two guys! Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal share a great rivalry, the word 'rivalry' was almost forgotten after the Great Pete Sampras retired in 2002.

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 2,160 reads 24 comments

  12. A Tribute to Rahul Dravid: The Wall of Indian Cricket! Part Oneā€”ODIs

    Rahul Sharad Dravid, better known as 'The Wall' in the cricketing fraternity, made his debut alongside Sourav Ganguly at Lord's in 1996...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 657 reads 18 comments

  13. Tendulkar's Best in Second Innings: Choose Your Pick!

    It has been quite a while since I have been thinking about this article. My idol (I worship him more than god!), Sachin Tendulkar, who has scored 83 international hundreds to date, has always been criticised of not being a match winner...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 436 reads 17 comments

  14. Time For Tendulkar to Quit ODIs or Does He Have It in Him to Play WC 2011?

    Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, a hero for most kids, a household name in India, a sporting legend across the world and the heart beat of millions like me. He has been the backbone of Indian batting for many years...

    Aditya Ganesh Written by Aditya Ganesh about over 5 years ago 203 reads 17 comments