Ayaz Memon

OPEN TO OPINION

Lawyer by qualification, journalist by profession... writes on cricket...and loads more.

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I was there when history was being made

I suppose there was an inevitability about day-night cricket happening, though the pink ball is certainly radical.

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Why Team India is safe under captain Kohli

The extent of his influence on this team could be felt even beyond the field of play.

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Have Sri Lankans failed their great cricket icon Sangakkara?

Given that this is the farewell match of one of the greatest cricketers of all time, the spectatorship has been disappointingly thin.

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As Kumar Sangakkara calls it a day: Lessons for Kohli and Shastri

Will there be a change in approach at Colombo?

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Why Zaheer Abbas as ICC chief will be good for India-Pakistan cricket

The legendary batsman has, over the years, become a great friend of India – with fans, players and administrators.

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Ganguly, Dravid or Shastri? In search of a good India cricket coach

Becoming coach would mean foregoing coveted space in the media as well as the BCCI’s power matrix.

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Cricket World Cup 2015: Politicians in India and Pakistan should give peace, and cricket, a chance

History shows that cricket has been both the wedge and a bridge between the two countries.

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Cricket World Cup 2015: Don't explain Dhoni, just inspire

Dhoni of 2015 needs to recall the Dhoni between 2008-2011.

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AB de Villiers raises the bar for batsmen

When bats are used like bazookas, can a 17-ball century be far?

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Why I will be rooting for Stuart Binny to prove his critics wrong

Insinuations that the player found a place in the World Cup because his father, Roger, happens to be part of the selection committee are nonsensical.

Ayaz Memon
@cricketwallah