• Roshan Thyagarajan

    Roshan Thyagarajan is cricket correspondent at Wisden India. You can follow him on twitter @Rtd1969
Ranji Trophy Memories: Vijay Bharadwaj

Ranji Trophy Memories: Vijay Bharadwaj

A first-class debut most unmemorable, writing to stay occupied after retirement, and the great day for Karnataka cricket in Nairobi read more

Slow and steady, Samarth holds up his end

The Karnataka opener is the rare cricketer who is an accumulator rather than an attacker, but his read more

New Karnataka like old Bombay – Arunkumar sounds confident note

Gone is the complacency that laid them low in 2015-16; we want to keep winning outright read more

Uthappa, falling behind in the numbers game

J Arunkumar explains the rationale behind dropping the senior batsman from the playing XI, hints he could read more

Thought of all the hard work and sacrifices, says 10,000-run Badrinath

After becoming the 47th Indian to get there, Hyderabad captain dedicates landmark moment to family, friends and teammates

Wait, play, love – the Bipul Sharma experience

The only things he wants is an India cap, but while at it, the Himachal Pradesh captain exhibits a remarkable enthusiasm for the game

Himachal hold on for draw and three points

Chhattisgarh bowlers mount a valiant last-day effort, but Rishi Dhawan stands firm to deny victory push

Chauhan the chicken soup for Chhattisgarh's soul

The batting allrounder bears an uncanny resemblance to Mashrafe Mortaza, and is also just as spirited and down-to-earth

Bipul, Verma drive Himachal into lead

Chhattisgarh end third day on 175 for 4, an overall advantage of 99 runs with one day to play

Sumit Ruikar: Slaying batsmen silently

The soft-spoken left-arm spinner left Vidarbha and got an opportunity with Chhattisgarh, where he’s making things happen

Himachal recover after stumbling against spin

After bowling Chhattisgarh out for 238, Bipul Sharma’s men end Day 2 on 210/6, just 28 runs behind

Bipul strikes late to rock Chhattisgarh

Himachal Pradesh skipper picks up three wickets post tea as first-timers finish day one on 212 for 7

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