India v England T20 Series: Questions over Indian Team Selection

After a successful Test (4-0) and ODI (2-1) Series, Kohli’s India walked into the first T20 at Kanpur full of confidence but lost by 7 wickets. Just as we said in our preview, T20 England is an entirely different beast. Virat Kohli has an outstanding 63% win rate in test matches (after 22 Read More …

England’s tour of India: The Indian juggernaut rolls on in the new year

Happy new year! So it’s been over a month since we last posted on the blog. The last post was just after India were on their way to winning the fourth test against England. Predictably, the Indian team won that. And we won the next test match to end up with Read More …

India beat the Kiwis but questions remain unanswered

Well, that was a bit of a let-down, wasn’t it? Going in to the final ODI of the series, the Kiwis had shown fantastic character and fight to tie the ODI series 2-2. However, Vizag saw India wrap up an easy 190 run win so that everyone could have an Read More …

New Zealand Tour of India: 5 Takeaways from the Kiwi-wash

Pure agony fuelled 1 Tip 1 Hand’s first ever blog post in August 2014. India’s tour of England was in shambles and Dhoni’s test side was on its way to losing 3-1. Virat Kohli was woefully out of form. The bowlers were ineffective, catches were being dropped and the Indian line-up was collapsing Read More …

Sportsmanship: The spirit of any sport

Embed from Getty Images Watching PV Sindhu embrace Marin after losing out on an Olympic gold medal may have reminded you of Kipling’s words inscribed at the entrance to Wimbledon’s Centre Court. Here was a 21 year old who already had all the wisdom in the world – dignity in defeat Read More …