Australia had dominated four of the five days of the opening Test at Adelaide without doubt, but the manner in which India made a comeback on the final day courtesy Virat Kohli and Murali Vijay was sensational in itself.
Gautam Gambhir was like a walking wicket in Australia in 2012, and if early indications are anything to go by, the same might be the case with Shikhar Dhawan this time. Although these are still very early days in the event
There was a time in cricket when being a Test opener primarily meant seeing the shine off the ball, and then, if he survives, going on to compile a big score. This is how so many legends like Sunil Gavaskar
It is often said that the first day of a series can go a long way in deciding how the series eventually pans out. In a way, it sets the trend of things to follow in the days to come. In that sense, the opening day
The Australia series will be a massive challenge for the entire Indian outfit for the manner in which they struggled in England. Most of the members of the team had a disastrous visit to England, and would be looking to set the record straight Down Under.
The tragic turn of events in Australia will, in all probability, mean that MS Dhoni will now be fit for the opening Test of the four-Test series, which will kick off next week. Any Australia tour is a big challenge for