Rohit brijnath

The volatile John McEnroe and the equable Björn Borg (right) were a perfect fit: they played 14 times and finished 7-7. Photo: Getty Images<br />

The man across the net

5 min read . 29 Nov 2012
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The four-year itch

4 min read . 27 Jul 2012
<br />Close call: Fabrice Muamba of Bolton suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup football match on 17 March. He is still undergoing treatment. Photo: Olly Greenwood/AFP<br />

The pain of being perfect

4 min read . 30 Mar 2012
<br />Roger Federer’s strokes can seem uncertain at times when he is under pressure. Mark J. Terrill/AP<br />

The beauty of genius in decline

4 min read . 16 Mar 2012
<br />Rahul Dravid.<br />

Rahul Dravid: The gift of reassurance

5 min read . 10 Mar 2012
<br />Fan fare: Do you focus on Roger Federer’s grip when he serves, or his knee bend? (Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)<br />

What does sport mean to you?

4 min read . 24 Feb 2012
<br />Breaking the code: Tomas Berdych (right).Sarah Ivey/AP<br />
<br />On the rise: Somdev Devvarman will play in the Aircel Chennai Open from 2 January. Photo: Adam Pretty/Getty Images<br />

The running man

5 min read . 30 Dec 2011
<br />Water beast: Ian Thorpe failed to reach the 100m butterfly final at the Beijing World Cup short-course meet on Wednesday. Photo by Bryan van der Beek/AP.<br />

The madness of comeback athletes

4 min read . 10 Nov 2011
<br />Water beast: Ian Thorpe failed to reach the 100m butterfly final at the Beijing World Cup short-course meet on Wednesday. Photo by Bryan van der Beek/AP.<br />

The madness of comeback athletes

4 min read . 10 Nov 2011
<br />World of sport: (clockwise from above) Sunil Gavaskar, Abhinav Bindra, Milkha Singh, Michael Atherton and Diego Maradona.<br />

A long history untold

4 min read . 09 Nov 2011