Suneer Chowdhary

Author: Suneer Chowdhary

(Suneer is a Mumbai-based cricket writer and can be contacted at and Tweets here: @suneerchowdhary)

Stories By Suneer Chowdhary

Sachin Tendulkar's awesome journey in World Cup since 1992

Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to score 2000 runs in the World Cup.

Lasith Malinga - Cricket's Lord of Death!

Not everyone is gifted enough to come, see and conquer in the manner that Malinga does.

ICC World Cup 2011: The optimism why India can go the distance

Two bad bowling performances are not enough to write off India.

One remote possibility which could see India fail to qualify

Four teams vying for three spots in the quarter-finals.

How the quarter-finalists measure up

The teams future are depend on quarter final.

Gaffes of the Krishnamachari Srikkanth-chaired selection committee have yet again cost India dear

The 2nd time in as many years, made a selection gaffe that was as senseless as a batsman.

How the quarter-final scenarios look in Group A

Which would be the four teams from each group to qualify?

Time for BCCI to do some hard thinking as Gambhir joins Sehwag in the sidelines

It means almost all the key Indian players are subjected to heavy work schedule.

Flashback: Memorable moments of CSK's victorious campaign in IPL4

CSK retained their IPL trophy, thus becoming the first team to win it twice in history.

CSK, Mumbai Indians show why it doesn't make sense to make sweeping changes

MI and CSK have shown that the only way to build a string club team is by retaining players over time.

Kolkata Knight Riders pay for highly-questionable tactics

KKR's strategy of employing pacers in the death overs backfired.

Kabhi khushi, kabhi gum? Say Saha, Saha!

Wriddhiman Saha's 46 saved Chennai Super Kings.

A more discreet cheerleader could spill more and earn more in future IPLs

Cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto invited the wrath of IPL bosses by blogging.

Possible scenarios in IPL4: How the teams could finish

With all teams evenly matched in the competition, an exciting battle is on the cards.

Rahul Sharma - raising hope of stepping into Anil Kumble's shoes

Much like Anil Kumble, Rahul is a tall leg-spinner, who does not rely a lot on turn.