• Anand Vasu
  • Anand Vasu

    Anand Vasu is a former joint editor-in-chief of Wisden India. He tweets @anandvasu.
The unique Australian mud-slinging that is best avoided

The unique Australian mud-slinging that is best avoided

Michael Clarke and Mitchell Johnson have raked up the unsavoury past in their autobiographies; it does neither player any credit read more

Stark realities stare BCCI in the face

The imminent purge within the corridors of power in the Indian board is more self-invited than read more

Kohli’s horses deliver on suitable courses

Anything but conventional, India’s Test skipper has fused gut and logic beautifully to arrive at varied read more

Fascinating sub-plots await Gambhir return

The experienced opener is in a win-win or a no-win situation, depending on how you read more

India's Test buffet shows T20 drive-thru isn't the pinnacle

BCCI, often accused of being interested in only the bottom line, has done its bit, it's time the fans do theirs

Trinidad Trippings: The intoxicating Brian Lara

The teacher with a difference meets his match in R Ashwin, who is proving to be more of an all-rounder than meets the eye

The ground reality at Queen’s Park Oval is a shambles

With no measures in place to deal with rain, the venue for the fourth India-West Indies Test has presented a sorry picture

India knock two over before rain reigns

Going in with four bowlers for the first time in the series, visitors reduce West Indies to 62 for 2 in 22 overs possible on day one

Essential to change the mentality of players: Garner

Pace legend calls for professionalism across the board in these drastic times for Caribbean cricket

Rahul’s metamorphosis, from caterpillar to stinging bee

Classical with the bat but non-conformist otherwise, Karnataka’s latest batting gift to Indian cricket is his own man

Tease, torment and delight – the Ashwin rope trick

Should he pick up eight wickets at the Queen’s Park Oval, the India offie will be the joint quickest ever to 200 Test wickets

Lucian Lores: Daren with a difference, the intimate Jump Up

Gros Islet’s legendary Friday night parties are a must-do, but how about a Nadine George Stand please?

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