• Sidhanta Patnaik

    Sidhanta Patnaik is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @sidhpat.
“Stay a few steps ahead” – street-smart Krunal wants to emulate Yuvraj, his hero

“Stay a few steps ahead” – street-smart Krunal wants to emulate Yuvraj, his hero

How Nitin Patel helped put him back on the field during IPL 10, the photograph with Amitabh Bachchan, and more – the Mumbai Indians star opens read more

30 days to go: Know your teams at the Women’s World Cup 2017

Australia, the defending champions, topped the Championship table, but will face stiff competition from England, New Zealand, read more

IPL 10 Team review: Pune tick all the boxes, almost

The Smith-Dhoni act and Stokes’s all-round brilliance were key to a brilliant second season; read more

Listen and learn – the secret to Washington Sundar’s success

Thrown in at the deep end during IPL 10, Pune’s Tamil Nadu allrounder is picking up read more

Ankit Soni’s emergence, a shot in the arm for talent-scouting

The little-known legspinner who has held his own in IPL 2017 isn’t a trend-setter, but he has all the tools to graduate to the next level

STATS: Deepti, Raut record highest ODI stand

Young left-hand batter posts second-highest score in the format, while hitting most number of fours

IPL Team review: Bangalore crash-land in spectacular fashion

Injuries at the start of the tournament cost them momentum; 49 all out summed up a season of total and utter under-achievement

Bangalore sign off with consolation win

Kohli strikes half-century to steer team to 161 for 6 before clinical bowlers stop Delhi 10 runs short

Warner, Vijay take Hyderabad into playoffs

Bowlers set up win after inducing Gujarat collapse from 111 for no loss to 154 all out

Quietly plays the Shaun, Punjab’s man for all seasons

Vohra calls him a “superb human”, Axar swears by his advice; ten years on, Kings XI’s mainstay is still only trying to help his team win as many games as possible

When you have a goal, it is easy to prepare: Goswami

The leading wicket-taker in Women’s ODIs opens up on her distinguished career, the adjustments she has had to make, her longevity and her admiration for Glenn McGrath

Dhoni’s 23, broken thumb, time with Kumble-Kohli – Axar’s learning all the time

Kings XI Punjab’s Gujarati allrounder feels he has matured enough to leave a mark in all formats for whichever team he plays for now

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