S Kannan

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Sports columnist.

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As India takes on Australia, Virat Kohli should rely on wrist spinners

The captain believes wrist spinners provide a great deal of surprise element and are very reliable.

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Why Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri's praise is good news for Dhoni

Ahead of the 2019 World Cup, 'captain cool' has remained in the team purely on merit.

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Why Indian wrestlers need to learn from badminton stars

There is no depth in Indian wrestling and if one looks at what is in store in 2017, with two big events coming up, the scenario is scary.

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How the CoA has failed at fixing the BCCI

The bigger picture shows how the task of cleansing cricket administration has been a failure.

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Why big stars like Virat Kohli need to show more interest in domestic cricket

Cricket seems to have become a lesser priority for the BCCI.

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Why Arjuna Awards ranking points system needs an overhaul

The current system in place, where a total of 17 athletes were selected this year, is not the best one.

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Why athletes need to accept selectors verdict

PU Chitra case opens Pandora’s box again.

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World Cup final: In Indian women's cricket team's success is a message for Kohli and boys

Unlike the hype over coach Ravi Shastri and assistant coaches, talk of women’s team revolves only around performers.

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Wimbledon 2017: Title 19 for Roger Federer at SW 19. Fedex is unstoppable

For the record, the tennis star won the title without losing a set, a feat which had been last achieved by Bjorn Borg in the wooden racquet age!

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