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Bill Ricquier

India has given the world some of the most exciting cricketers in the history of the game. This book looks at fifteen of the finest. Besides playing at the very...


Gulu Ezekiel

In the twelve years that he has been in the public eye, Sachin Tendulkar has been explosive on the cricket field and just as reticent off it. He was barely fift...


Aakash Chopra

When Aakash Chopra started to write his diary in September 2007, he had no idea that it was going to be an extraordinary year, both for him personally, and for ...


Shashi Tharoor , Shashi Tharoor Shaharyar Khan es

Presents the story of the turbulent cricketing relations between India and Pakistan and celebrates the talent of many of their great cricketers.


Matthew Hayden

MATTHEW Hayden was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen - and one of its great enigmas. A devout Catholic, and a ruthless on-field sledger....


Mike Adamson , James Dart , Sean Ingle

The Ashes 2005 saw an almighty clash between age-old enemies: England versus Australia; Freddie versus Gilly; the King of Spain versus the King of Spin; worker ...


Suvam Pal

When he picks up the willow, cricket fans across the world hold their breath. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is not just a cricketer, but an inspirer of dreams, a stat...


Rajan Bala

If this brief work on "the Phenomenon", Sachin Tendulkar, is being brought out at about the half stage of his wonderful career, it is but appropriate....


Anjali Doshi

Sachin Tendulkar, who retired from playing in 2014, is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest cricketers of all time and arguably the greatest batsman ...


Sanjay Manjrekar

In Imperfect, Sanjay Manjrekar uses his famous analytical powers to look back on his own career as a cricketer. His photographic memory takes the reader along o...


Steve Waugh

Thus, Waugh's cricket diary of 2002 becomes a personal study of victory and defeat. Waugh examines the reasons why his cricket adventure has turned slightly...