Are you a sports journalist who couldn’t be bothered with what will actually happen on the field in the upcoming India-Australia series? Do you plan to sleep through the next five days?
Well, have no fear. When your deadline arrives, trust this handy Teesra cheat sheet, and the articles will write themselves. Continue reading
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Sometimes there’s so much humor in the world I feel like I can’t take it…and my heart is just going to cave in. Continue reading
During a private event earlier this year, former Indian Test batsman Rahul Dravid told his entourage and hand-picked supporters what he really thought about the longest form of the game. He dismissed Test cricket as an effeminate pass-time, a freeloader on the profits of the shorter game, and frankly, “kind of boring”. Continue reading
The dream is over. Cheteshwar Pujara, who spent 18 hours as the darling of Indian fans, has failed to live up to expectations by getting out on 159. Continue reading
New Zealand begin their tour of India with a Test match in Hyderabad on Thursday.
A group of cricket historians have returned from London with exciting news: a format of the game, once thought to be extinct, has been rediscovered at the Lord’s cricket ground. The form, known as “Test” cricket, is described in local folklore as a game of men in sweaters playing during breaks between tea.
Celebrations may be premature, however, as this is only a match between England and West Indies, and the year is not 1984.
Now, back to your regularly scheduled IPL match number sixty-something.