• Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
Happy 38th, Sehwag – floating butterfly, stinging bee

Happy 38th, Sehwag – floating butterfly, stinging bee

The swashbuckler of 2004-05 and 2008-10, who ripped apart every notion about opening in Test cricket, can never be forgotten read more

Ashwin had it easy … NOT

By damning his successors with faint praise, Harbhajan is bringing to life the worst tropes about sportsmen read more

Celebrating the game of our lives

The Untold Story is about much more than the 2011 World Cup, but Dhoni’s legacy will read more

Let cricket be, it’s other sports that need cleaning up

There is a thin line between judicial activism and overreach, just as there is much to commend read more

The Ashwin formula: Attitude is 90%, talent 2%, method is the rest

Can’t think of the competition; to develop your strategies for each batsman consumes all your time, says the leader of India’s bowling attack

Afghan mavericks put smiles on faces

There are few things more enjoyable than watching a young cricket nation find its feet on the world stage

Golden glow of the past, shimmering vision of the future

Although India’s Test ride hasn’t always been smooth, it has been little short of spectacular

Madras 1986: The forgotten tie

A tie may have disappointed both sides, but it meant far more to struggling Australia than on-a-roll India

Don’t view Morgan through prism of convenience

The England limited-overs skipper’s decision not to tour Bangladesh is a personal choice that must be respected

Bayliss, pretty boys, and macho rubbish

England coach's comments after the T20I loss to Pakistan take the game back to the dark ages

Rohit Sharma, Wilshere and the quest for real joy

Injuries and bad attitudes can prevent prodigies from fulfilling their true potential, but in some cases, all that’s missing is belief

India, Pakistan and our sense of shame

Our sportspersons persevere and achieve despite sick attitudes and a lack of understanding of the nature of sport

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