Despite not being an official biography, Bharat Sundaresan unravels the enigma that is Mahendra Singh Dhoni only to the extent the cricketer allows him to.
IPL marks Indian cricket’s return to Sharjah, but bio-bubbles and empty stadiums are in stark contrast to the glory days of 80s and 90s
Fifty years ago my husband's book on cricket inspired our anti-discrimination struggles – and continues to do so to this day
“The Club: How the English Premier League Became the Wildest, Richest, Most Disruptive Force in Sports” occupied its place as the nightstand’s “bottom-level” book for a prolonged period of time.
Charlie had to wait until he was eleven years old to watch his first live USMNT game—a 2-2 draw against Mexico at the Foxborough Stadium in the April of 1997.
Wisden’s Book of the Year 2020 is...A book on the history of T20, its players, and an analysis on what it stands for today, has been declared the Wisden Book of the Year 2020
Desh Gaurav Sekhri's book NotOut! runs down the litany of troubles the IPL has faced and examines the league with a forensic eye
‘The IPL Story’ by Abhishek Dubey, a senior sports journalist who followed the murky IPL proceeding closely, rips apart the dark side of the Indian Premier League.
How will a season played behind closed doors impact the English Premier League and the title race? Chelsea, with deep pockets, has been spending a lot – but that alone is unlikely to bring it the trophy.
When PUBG was released in 2017, it became a cultural phenomenon not because it was the first game in the Battle Royale genre, but for the fact that it was the first to gain worldwide popularity.