• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Deputy Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter @kausheek68.
The lost anonymity of growing up as Dravid Jr

The lost anonymity of growing up as Dravid Jr

Young Samit is quite the destroyer and his illustrious father, while not making demands on him, knows his son will always face scrutiny read more

Dew diligence needed before India is pink-ball ready

BCCI must address many things if they want to make the Test-viewing experience a happy one – read more

IPL – the convenient scapegoat for all of India’s ills

It would be great if taking the league out of Maharashtra helps the drought situation, but is read more

Boy wonder Sarfaraz innovates to impress

In a Bangalore outfit overflowing with big names, he executed the most unconventional shots with conviction read more

Hyderabad keel over to Bangalore's batting might

De Villiers, Kohli and Sarfaraz entertain home crowd in 45-run win; Warner and Mustafizur's efforts to no avail

The IPL’s just fine with great cricket minus the snarling rivalry

Lalit Modi had envisaged the league as reigniting passions, but as Kohli pointed out, it might be better off without the bite

Big Three plus Watson make Bangalore favourites

With Dhawan, Morgan and Williamson in up-and-down form, Hyderabad will have their work cut out in season opener

A stadium to savour for Sammy

Not many cricketers have a ground named after them while they’re still playing, but, then, not too many are Darren Sammy

Sammy’s 15 who walked the talk, and conquered the world

Throughout a campaign that began in far from ideal circumstances, West Indies channelised their anger towards victory, while the skipper maintained his inner calm

Samuels the Gladiator - on and off the field

His World T20 winning knock showcased Marvellous Marlon, some of his acts after that were less edifying

Samuels, Brathwaite script sensational West Indies double

All-round Root, bowlers take England close, but four sixes in final over help Sammy's men close out four-wicket win in World T20 final

Driven by anger and passion, Sammy means business

Still riled by Mark Nicholas’s “short of brains” comment, West Indies want to make sure they don’t defeat themselves

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