Articles by Snehal Pradhan
Sep 19, 2017
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane’s circumspect approach at top of order could be ideal for Virat Kohli's menAjinkya Rahane, the least outwardly-aggressive player in Virat Kohli’s aggressive Indian team, possibly infuriates people the most.
Sep 12, 2017
US Open champion Rafael Nadal successfully puts injuries and age behind him to raise game to the next levelLike so many players, Rafael Nadal has battled not just his opponents on the court, but those dual shadows that stalk athletes: injuries and time.
Aug 28, 2017
World Badminton Championships 2017: Nozomi Okuhara's win over PV Sindhu earned her grudging respect of Indian fansHaving beaten Saina Nehwal in the semifinal, Okuhara had personally broken Indian hearts twice, and walked away not just with the yellow metal, but also the grudging respect of Indian fans.
Aug 08, 2017
World Cup's staggering TV ratings a lesson for BCCI to give women's cricket in India its due limelightThe BCCI must push broadcasters to include more female cricket in their packages, after the resounding success of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017.
Aug 05, 2017
Why a players' association and not just cash rewards would help Indian women's cricket's long-term developmentWhile felicitations and cash awards are welcome, a bigger service to the development of Indian women’s cricket would be a players association that gives them a voice.
Jul 30, 2017
ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Meet the Cricketeers, the unsung heroes of mega cricket events in EnglandThe Cricketeers were everyday people, with everyday problems, coming together for a higher purpose during events such as the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 and the Champions Trophy 2017.
Jul 26, 2017
BCCI must now take up women's cricket long-term plan seriously, says ex-India skipper Shubhangi KulkarniShubhangi Kulkarni, former India captain and member of the BCCI women’s committee, called for the long-term plan for women’s cricket it had submitted to the BCCI to be taken up seriously again
Jul 24, 2017
ICC Women’s World Cup final 2017: India deserve to be applauded for the way they raged against fateThe loss that was coming finally caught up with India. Not playing high-pressure domestic games cost them. Not having stability and vision in the management cost them. But they cheated death till the end, missing their date with it in the quarters, then the semis. Even when it did come, they raged against it. And a nation watched them do that. That is something to be celebrated.
Jul 23, 2017
ICC Women's World Cup final 2017: India eye new chapter in history as they take on evenly-matched EnglandThe context of the ICC Women's World Cup final is so important, it almost overshadows the actual contest. India and England are two evenly matched teams with more similarities than differences.
Jul 22, 2017
ICC Women's World Cup 2017: With Mithali Raj and Co in second final, is this the best Indian team ever?India first made the final in 2005 and Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami are the only players from that squad to also feature in the current team. Take a look at how the two teams compare against each other.