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Krishna Gowda

Oxford ball-goers first in line for media’s guillotine

A couple days after attending Brasenose Ball with my friends, I received a surprise notification from a group chat that I had suspected would...

Captain’s Corner: OUBC

"In anticipation of the Boat Race on 30th March 2024, Cherwell spoke to the women’s president of the OUBC, Ella Stadler, and the men’s president, Louis Corrigan."

Captain’s Corner: Oxford Lancers

"American Football is a team game. Some players will touch the ball more than others, but we can’t succeed unless all eleven players are doing their job."

Captain’s Corner: OULTC

"Cherwell spoke to the new Blues captains of the OULTC, Jack Pickering, captain of the men’s team, and Sama Malik, captain of the women’s team."

The Spartan attitude of tennis to its young

"Tennis has a vicious cycle with its young players, but its curse can still be broken"

The sporting landscape of 2054

Today’s sporting scene is largely unrecognisable from thirty years ago, having undergone radical changes in efforts to amplify interest, increase profits, and deliver entertainment...

The Darker Side of Tennis Players’ Earnings

"Tennis is a cut-throat sport, but the failure to present the necessary changes means that livelihoods are at stake for players who have trained their whole lives, lest purposeful action is taken to solve these pressing challenges."

The Winners and Losers of the Men’s Grand Slams 2023

The 2023 men’s tennis calendar certainly had fans anticipating big things, with fresh, young blood threatening to disrupt the status quo and upset the tennis hierarchy by challenging the top players. Below I discuss the winners and losers on tennis’ biggest stages in 2023