Sunil Gavaskar

Cricket: Jewels in the Crown

Reliving India’s Test matches in England down the decades

Mumbai Notebook

India's greatest cricketers at the launch of Rajdeep Sardesai’s book

Virat Kohli’s Intelligent Design

The year of the most feared batsman


Will we ever see beauty in defeat?

The Gavaskar Dichotomy

An otherwise strident critic turns a blind eye to the ills of the BCCI

Genes and Sneakers

As Arjun Tendulkar takes baby steps in competitive cricket, Rohan Gavaskar talks about the challenges of stepping into a famous dad’s shoes

When He Batted Left-handed

In an innovative strategy to combat unplayable bowling, Sunil Gavaskar came out and batted with his other hand for an hour to save Bombay from an outright defeat.

Kaps and I Wish Each Other

The legend whose name is mispronounced in his own country (it’s Gaa-vas-kar, not Ga-vaas-kar), just turned 60


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