• The Sports Week That Was and Will Be

    All the global events are done for the season, and normal service has resumed. Domestic football seasons, long cricket seasons, the final act of the F1 season, the emphasis on inter-country Davis Cup tennis, the continual whining about India’s poor Olympic and stellar Paralympic...

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 23, 2016
  • The Olympic State Of Mind

    Not many of us were religious about watching the Paralympics held in Rio (Brazil) only a few weeks after the end of the Summer Olympics. I can perhaps reel off a number of names – all stars who took Rio by storm, but none...

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 22, 2016
  • Preview: Davis Cup Final, 2016

    The Davis Cup World Group 2016 has been a fascinating tussle since March. The 16 teams to qualify for this year’s group (the highest level of inter-country men’s tennis) were last year’s champions Great Britain, Japan, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Italy, Argentina, Poland, Canada, France,...

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 21, 2016
  • Formula One’s Two-Horse Race

    Not for the first time, the Formula One season has been dominated by a single team. Luckily for fans – and that’s the most they can ask for these days, given the skewed car-to-driver performance ratio – the season hasn’t been dominated by a...

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 19, 2016
  • Preview: India’s Marathon Home Season

    The Indian test cricket team, led by Virat Kohli, will play 13 tests at home until March 2017. Let that number sink in. Comfort zone Central for a team that was, for a brief period before the fourth test in the West Indies, no....

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 14, 2016
  • Wawrinka: From Enigma to Warrior

    We have a new Swiss World No. 3. After Roger Federer served at this position for the better part of two years, 31-year-old Stanislas Wawrinka – also enduringly known as ‘Stan the Man’ or ‘Stanimal’ – forever in the shadows of his compatriot, is...

    Rahul DesaiSeptember 13, 2016
  • Rio 2016: That’s a Wrap!

    And so, it ends. You’ll be four years older when the next Summer Olympics in Tokyo takes place. Rio de Janeiro, which hosted the football World Cup in 2014, has now hosted the largest global sporting event in the universe – and it has been...

    Rahul DesaiAugust 22, 2016

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