A longtime Bangalore resident, Suhas acquired a taste for the game through
his dad’s collection of cricket literature and video recordings of old
matches. To this day, he insists there is no greater thrill in sport than
watching Dennis Lillee running in to bowl, and often impersonates
Lillee’s bowling action like nobody’s watching.
The 1992 World Cup had an indelible impact on him, as the exploits of
Martin Crowe and his band of merry men turned him into a New Zealand
supporter against better judgement. He has stuck by the kiwis since,
through the highs and all-too-frequent lows. In recent times, India’s
successes have often conveniently acted as the balm for NZ
disappointments. He blogs at “Paint it, Black“.
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