• Sidhanta Patnaik

    Sidhanta Patnaik is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @sidhpat.
Open letter to Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami: This revolution is your legacy

Open letter to Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami: This revolution is your legacy

For so long, women's cricket was relegated to a footnote in Indian cricket, but the tide is surely turning after this World Cup read more

From sidelines to the honours board: Shrubsole's Lord’s journey

If someone told me I would be here winning the World Cup final, I would have laughed read more

World Cup final: Moments that mattered

Raut's grit, Shrubsole’s six were among the highlights, but there were other significant instances too read more

Dream over, it’s back to the drawing board for India

A learning experience, says Mithali Raj; Jhulan Goswami stresses on need to build on gains to “sort read more

Coaching a women's team is humbling, no egos involved: Robinson

England coach says his job is to instill confidence but also ensure a player's identity isn't wrapped up in a win or a loss

India v England – how the players match up

“I don’t see any fear in them,” says Mithali Raj of her team ahead of title clash at Lord’s

A Women’s IPL? Mithali Raj says the time is right

India captain allays fears about Harmanpreet Kaur’s fitness, says star allrounder should be fit for final at Lord’s

This is the happiest I’ve seen an Indian Woman’s team: Ratnakar Shetty

Vinod Rai says Raj’s side has won admirers all over the world after BCCI announces cash prizes for players and support staff

Pitch perfect: Goswami and Pandey do the trick

Early wickets, especially Meg Lanning’s, were the key, and the Indian pacers did their job masterfully in the World Cup semifinal

'Lionheart' Harmanpreet, and the greatest ODI innings

Once the Indian batter scored the last 121 runs in 51 balls, it pushed Australia back, the advantage was gained, and batting looked an easy job

Harmanpreet masterclass takes India into final

Her unbeaten 171 lays Australia low, who fight but lose by 36 runs in second semifinal

Women's cricket is improving exponentially: Blackwell

There's no fun being part of an exceptionally strong team that dominates if the competition doesn't rise, says Australia vice-captain

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