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May 23, 2017
IPL 2017: Rohan Gavaskar, Amol Muzumdar announce awards with a difference on Free HitRohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumdar talk about their favourite moments of the 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) and announce different awards.
May 20, 2017
IPL 2017: Rohan Gavaskar, Amol Muzumdar chat with Atul Kasbkear on Free HitPhotographer Atul Kasbekar joins Rohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumdar to discuss the IPL final and more.
May 05, 2017
Watch: Rohan Gavaskar, Amol Muzumdar pick their IPL 2017 dream teams on Free HitFormer cricketers Rohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumdar return for another episode of Free Hit, a cricket talk show brought to you by Firstpost in association with Exhale Sports, with the duo going live on Facebook for the first time in the 10th edition of IPL.
Apr 24, 2017
Watch: Amol Muzumdar, Rohan Gavaskar share Sachin Tendulkar anecdotes on his 44th birthdayAmol Muzumdar and Rohan Gavaskar share some interesting anecdotes related to Sachin Tendulkar in the latest episode of 'Free hit', a show brought to you by Firstpost in association with Exhale Sports.
Apr 17, 2017
Watch: From Sunil Narine's hitting to Sakshi Dhoni hitting out, 'Free Hit' discusses talking points from 2nd week of IPLRohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumder were back with another show of Free Hit and, as usual, there was plenty of fun and frolic.
Mar 04, 2016
Thank you, Martin Crowe: A tortured genius and one of cricket's finest thinkers, he soared like an eagle above the restMartin Crowe was particularly insightful when it came to the inner life of a batsman. In a column titled Minding the Gap, he wrote: “The gap between balls, that 30-second time span between when the last ball became dead and the next ball becomes live, is arguably the most important period in a batsman's innings
Jun 27, 2015
New ODI rules: Relief for bowlers as ICC decides to scrap batting powerplay and much moreIn what will come as a relief to bowlers, ICC has decided to get rid of catchers in the first ten overs, removed the batting Powerplay and also allowed five fielders outside the 30-yard circle in the last ten overs of an innings in one-dayers.