• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Back in whites, Rohit intent on sticking to his strengths

Back in whites, Rohit intent on sticking to his strengths

Batsman welcomes competition for middle-order spots in Indian team, says he’s focussed on enjoying every minute in the middle read more

Can’t be in a state of transition forever, says Jayasuriya

Former captain explains rationale behind choosing a successor for Angelo Mathews, offers views on where Sri Lanka read more

India's batsmen make most of time in the middle

Kohli's men post 312 against Board President’s XI, with nearly everyone getting a decent hit, read more

Rahul’s boring route to feeling good in the middle

Back after an enforced injury break, batsman reveals journey of doubt, waiting, rehab, and finally feeling bat read more

India dust off the rust with robust show

Pacers and spinners hit a nice rhythm to bowl Board President’s XI out for 187, before batsmen make good progress led by KL Rahul

No topping Sri Lankans on the charm offensive front

From the smiling people to the delightful places, everything around the tiny teardrop island is infused with a dash of joie de vivre

No repeating mistakes, no underestimating opponents – the Kohli mantra

Ravi Shastri says his role will be to get the Indian team in the right frame of mind, stresses on need to improve with every series

India look to past to conquer future

Sri Lanka's recent frailty points to another successful outing for the Kohli-Shastri duo, which is paramount with more away tours lined up

Responsibility or burden, it’s Mithali Raj’s cross to bear

India’s batting will continue to bank on her till such time that is an active cricketer, much like it used to with Gavaskar and Tendulkar

It's Shastri, but not just Shastri

By inducting Zaheer and acquiring Dravid’s services, the CAC have shown that they have a mind of their own

The Wankhede final will always define Dhoni, the man and the player

He couldn’t have known then that he would get the job done, but he would have known he’d get roasted if he didn’t – and he went ahead of Yuvraj anyway

Giving up the captaincy, a thorny thread from Ganguly to AB

The opinions of Graeme Smith and Barry Richards on de Villiers quitting as skipper were reminiscent of Greg Chappell asking the same of the Indian captain

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