All stories by Sanjay Manjrekar
How Dada and Dhoni changed Indian cricket foreverRediff.com16 Oct 2018
'In the leadership of Ganguly and a foreign coach, a much brighter phase of Indian cricket began.' 'India played the way I had wished throughout my playing career.' 'Dhoni brought calmness into Indian cricket.' 'Under Dhoni India started winning tight games, with the captain himself leading by example.'
Why Test cricket needs to thank Virat KohliRediff.com16 Oct 2018
'Test cricket is so fortunate that today's cricket's biggest brand -- Virat Kohli -- loves Test cricket and puts his heart and soul into it,' says Sanjay Manjrekar.
Why Indian cricket didn't do well in the 1990sRediff.com10 Oct 2018
'When I entered the Indian team's dressing room, I discovered that there was a divide in the team, like a wall in between two groups of players, there were two teams within one.' 'It was all about individual glory and if the team won in the process great!' 'My entire Test career was about me wishing that my Indian team was more like the Pakistan team.'
Why Sanjay Manjrekar became a commentatorRediff.com6 Feb 2018
'I love commentating for a reason that not many will admit.' 'Yes, it gives me financial security; yes, it lets me stay in touch with the game; but importantly, it gives me visibility.' 'In a way, commentary ensures that people don't forget you.'