• Anand Vasu
  • Anand Vasu

    Anand Vasu is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @anandvasu.
Understated Morris makes huge statement with bat

Understated Morris makes huge statement with bat

After unbeaten 82 in losing cause, South African credits Dravid and Upton for giving players the space to grow read more

Morris magic can't save Delhi as Gujarat prevail in thriller

His fighting 17-ball fifty goes in vain as Smith and McCullum rack up 172/6 and read more

The player-media disconnect: No end in sight

Intended originally to be informative and educational, press conferences have degenerated into cliché-driven exercises read more

Gujarat test for high-flying Delhi

Revamped and rejuvenated home side runs into Raina’s formidable unit as both teams try to figure read more

Comfortable win for well-oiled Mumbai

Parthiv, Rayudu cash in on sloppy work in the field to set up 25-run defeat of floundering Punjab

Punjab, Mumbai desperate for inspiration

Languishing at the foot of the table, hosts need skipper Miller to lead from the front against floundering defending champions

Self-praise and nifty footwork alone do not a champion make

Being a winner does not give you the right to be obnoxious, which is what the non-stop dancing to Dwayne Bravo’s song was

Morgan and his team have come a long way, baby

I want everyone to raise their games; it's important to be in a good frame of mind, says England captain ahead of final

Overseeing DDCA among the toughest challenges I’ve faced: Mudgal

Former Chief Justice dwells on what plagues the organisation and his experiences while handling a Test match and World T20 games at the Kotla

“It's a fine line, T20 cricket” – Williamson shrugs off semifinal defeat

New Zealand captain gives England bowlers credit for scripting win, praises his side's consistency in the tournament

Final is just another game of cricket, insists Jason Roy

“When you get off to a good start like that, you just want to keep going,” says England's match-winner after World T20 semifinal

Rampaging Roy leads England march to the final

Bowlers stem the flow of runs to keep New Zealand to 153 for 8, before opening stand of 82 sets up seven-wicket win

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