articles by Abhishek Chhajlani


Contrasting decade of men’s and women's tennis: Oligarchy reigning supreme vs the era of anarchy

A predictable result can often be boring, and the underdog story is always refreshing, and that's been the contrast in nature of men’s and women’s tennis over the last 10 years.


Australian Open 2018: Can 'lost generation' of Grigor Dimitrov and Co challenge Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer?

A lot of the players born in early 90’s like Dimitrov and Thiem have been considered the "next-big thing" in men’s tennis, but none have really risen to the occasion.


French Open Superseries: Charting Kidambi Srikanth's rise to top of the game ahead of his 5th final in 2017

If Kidambi Srikanth continues his exemplar play for the remainder of the season, we could have the first Indian World No 1 in men’s badminton since Prakash Padukone in 1980.


US Open 2017: Rafael Nadal faces stern test of abilities against 'lethal' Juan Martin del Potro

Nadal won scrappy matches to open his US Open campaign. While he will go into the match against Del Potro with confidence, he hasn't really been tested so far.


Wimbledon 2017 marks the dawn of the new era of the Roger Federer-Express; rivals beware

Roger Federer winning his eighth Wimbledon title is nothing short of special!


French Open 2017: Former champions Rafael Nadal, Stanislas Wawrinka set for tryst with destiny in final

Will Nadal capture his 10th French Open or will Wawrinka be able to do what five others before him have failed to do on nine separate occasions, that is, beat Nadal in the French Open final


Rafael Nadal deserves to be called 'God of Clay' after 10th Monte Carlo Masters title

With his 10th title at the Monte Carlo Masters, Nadal has once again rewritten history books by becoming the first man in the Open Era to win the same tournament 10 times.


Miami Open: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal rewriting history books with dominant, age-defying tennis

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are not just taking us all on a trip down memory lane, they are rewriting the history books in ways unfathomable three months back.


It is not just Flipkart, the factory culture has infected all tech companies

The amount of startups that have mushroomed from other bigger startups is testament to the fact that we do not know how to hone and maximize the output from the talent we have at our disposal.