Aditya Iyer

Aditya Iyer is the sports editor at Open

Golden Feet
FIFA World Cup 2018
Golden Feet

32 Teams. 32 Stars

07 June 2018
Melbourne Park, home to the Australian Open, is in the heart of the city
Travel Issue 2018
A Pilgrimage to Grand Slam Cities

City notes of a tennis aficionado

03 May 2018
The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 34
Guts & Balls
Dead Man Walking

From bell to bell, the fight lasted a total of three minutes, a minute-and-a-half shorter than his entrance. Even those three minutes felt like a stretch

11 April 2018
Dream XI: Players to Watch in IPL 2018
Cover Stories
Dream XI: Players to Watch in IPL 2018

Chris Gayle, KXIP | Virat Kohli, RCB | Suresh Raina, CSK | Rohit Sharma, MI | AB de Villiers, RCB | MS Dhoni, CSK | Sunil Narine, KKR | Dwayne Bravo, CSK | Bhuvneshwar Kumar, SRH | Amit Mishra, DD | Sandeep Sharma, SRH

05 April 2018
Umpires confront Australia’s Cameron Bancroft after he was caught ball-tampering, for which he was suspended for nine months
Guts & Balls
Ball-Tampering: Is It Such a Big Deal?

If ball-tampering is a crime in cricket, then it is a pardonable one

29 March 2018
The Kohli Rate of Growth
Openomics 2018
The Kohli Rate of Growth

Economic lessons from the captain’s chase

21 March 2018
Capetonians queue up for water at a natural spring in Newlands
Global Warning

The fabled land of sweet waters is on the verge of dehydration. Aditya Iyer in Cape Town captures the mood before Day Zero

07 March 2018
Sourav Ganguly
Open Conversation
Sourav Ganguly: ‘Under me, players weren’t picked and dropped at my whim and fancy’

Open conversation with Sourav Ganguly, former captain, Indian cricket team

27 February 2018
Ajinkya Rahane scored a remarkable 48 runs off 68 balls in his second innings at Johannesburg
Ajinkya Rahane: Good Luck Jinx

After being ignored for the first two Tests, Ajinkya Rahane puts selection policy to shame with a match-winning knock in the final game against South Africa

01 February 2018
Virat Kohli (R) hugs his teammate Mohammed Shami after winning the fourth day of the third Test match between South Africa and India at Wanderers cricket ground in Johannesburg on January 27, 2018
Open in South Africa
A Way Away

With a seven-wicket burst post-tea on Day Four, India's pacers break South Africa's resistance to win Johannesburg Test

28 January 2018


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