• Sidhanta Patnaik

    Sidhanta Patnaik is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @sidhpat.
Arothe’s journey into the unknown

Arothe’s journey into the unknown

India women’s coach relives losing the World Cup final, says emphasis on India A will bode well for the team read more

Rejuvenated Ninan determined to bury chequered past

His first-class career hit a roadblock in India for various reasons; now, the offspinner is targeting read more

India A take the 'patient' route to success

Nair takes batting lessons from Pandey on 'tough' tour, says playing late on South African wickets was read more

SS Das takes over as Odisha coach

Former India opener embarks on first major assignment, confident on building on last year’s Ranji quarterfinal read more

Month-long mania – India Women in demand like never before

It’s been a frenetic and eventful 30 days for Mithali Raj’s World Cup finalists, who have graduated from cricketers to celebrities

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

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 them away, says player of the final

World Cup final: Moments that mattered

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

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 out things in the future”

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

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